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Site of Old Baltimore. c. 1670. Here beside Bush River was county seat of Baltimore County, then largely wilderness including what is now Harford County. By 1676 Courthouse has been built. About 1/4 mile south of surviving cemetery of Phillips fam…
The monument is in tribute to and honors families who lost one or more loved ones serving in the Armed Forces of the United States.
The first panel depicts their homeland Harford County and Havre de Grace Maryland of the United States of America.…
These crosses represent a small fraction of the people buried in this field. From the mid - 1800's through 1973, Harford County's poor, unknown and unwanted were laid to rest here.May they rest in peace.
Walking Tour North (60 min)
1. Bel Air Methodist Episcopal Church, 20 North Main Street
Marker features an aerial view and 11 photos.
Aerial Photo 13Aerial photograph of Bel Air taken in 1964 showing the location of the old racetrack, construction of the bypass and John Carroll. MD Route 24 and the Harford Mall are not yet built.
The History of the MA & PA Trail
The MA & PA Railroad stretched between Baltimore at North Avenue & Howard Streets, on to Towson, through Long Green Valley into Harford County. It ended at Market Street in York, Pennsylvania. Even by the standard…
This three-mile trail begins here at the Susquehanna Museum at the Lock House and winds through the historic district. As you follow the fleur-de-lis trail marker, you will travel by our museums and over 800 historic structures within the old town…
In Grateful Recognitionof Those Men and Women FromHarford County Who Gave Their Livesin the Wartime Service of Their Country
World War I
Cpl Maurice L. Abbott · Pvt. James Alley · Pvt Everett F. Asher · Pvt Okey R. C…
Alfred Hilton lived at his father's farm on Gravel Hill Road until August 1863, when he enlisted in Company H., 4th United States Colored Troops. He fought with distinction in several engagements in Virginia. As the national Color Sergeant, he was…
Historic Joesting - Gorsuch House is an example of eighteenth and nineteenth century frame dwellings. Originally built in the late 1700s on property in Bel Air, the house was enlarged in the 1800s and was once part of an agricultural homestead tha…