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Take a tour of the Baltimore Riot Trail.
 
President Street Station image, Touch for more information
By William Pfingsten, September 9, 2007
President Street Station
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1Maryland (Baltimore), Inner Harbor — Baltimore Riot TrailDeath at President Street Station — Baltimore – A House Divided —
In 1861, as the Civil War began, Baltimore secessionists hoped to stop rail transportation to Washington and isolate the national capital. On April 19, the 6th Massachusetts Regiment arrived here at the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore . . . Map (db m2418) HM
2Maryland (Baltimore), Inner Harbor — Baltimore Riot TrailFlag Waving at Fawn Street — Baltimore – A House Divided —
(Preface): On April 19, 1861, Confederate sympathizers attacked the 6th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment as it changed trains en route to Washington, which the secessionists hoped to isolate. To learn more about the Baltimore Riot, the . . . Map (db m6208) HM
3Maryland (Baltimore), Inner Harbor — Baltimore Riot TrailBarricade at Jones Falls Bridge — Baltimore – A House Divided —
(Preface): On April 19, 1861, Confederate sympathizers attacked the 6th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment as it changed trains en route to Washington, which the secessionists hoped to isolate. To learn more about the Baltimore Riot, the . . . Map (db m6209) HM
4Maryland (Baltimore), Inner Harbor — Baltimore Riot TrailCombat on Pratt Street — Baltimore – A House Divided —
(Preface) On April 19, 1861, Confederate sympathizers attacked the 6th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment as it changed trains en route to Washington, which the secessionists hoped to isolate. To learn more about the Baltimore Riot, the . . . Map (db m71978) HM WM
5Maryland (Baltimore), Inner Harbor — Baltimore Riot Trail"Keep back ... or I Shoot" — Baltimore - A House Divided —
On April 19, 1861, Confederate sympathizers attacked the 6th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment as it changed trains en route to Washington, which the secessionists hoped to isolate. To learn more about the Baltimore Riot, the city's role in . . . Map (db m6151) HM
6Maryland (Baltimore), Stadium Area — Baltimore Riot TrailLast Shots at Camden Station — Baltimore – A House Divided —
On April 19, 1861, Confederate sympathizers attacked the 6th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment as it changed trains en route to Washington, which the secessionists hoped to isolate. To learn more about the Baltimore Riot, the city’s role . . . Map (db m37538) HM
 
Apr. 19, 2021