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Baltimore's Original Deep Water Port
Feisty, independent Fells Point was annexed by Baltimore in 1773. Despite the loss of its political independence, it has stayed true to its working class, maritime roo…
My name is Lorning Cornish and for seven years I operated a glorious gallery in this building called
How Great Thou Art
I played loud wonderful disco music while dancing and creating art in the very spot you're standing on in nothing but my …
Michael Hankin's Vision
Baltimore is a better place thanks to Mike Hankin, a strong business and civic leader and fervent environmentalist. The environment he loves most is the Baltimore Harbor.
In 2005, he led the creation of the Waterfront…
At this location, then known as the Union Hotel, a group of some 90 state licensed bay pilots met in the hotel lobby to form the Association of Maryland Pilots. Captain Henry Vaughan was elected as their first president. Several rooms of the secon…
On September 22 of 2007 record store owners from all over the USA gathered here in Fell's Point to create Record Store Day.
It is now the world's largest music event.
"Record stores can't save your life. But they can give you a better one." …
The National Brewing Company of Baltimore, MD first introduced the National Bohemian brand as we know it today in January, 1934. Often referred to as Natty Boh, the brand has been in continuous production ever since. Mr. Boh, the mustachioed, one-…
In the early 1780s Ann Bond Fell Giles laid out for development the area called Fell's Point, just south of the existing Fell's Prospect community. Development was in part to provide housing needed to meet the demands of the growing maritime econo…
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior.
Frederick Douglass is one of the best-known Americans of the 19th century. Schools, churches and other community buildings across the United States have been named after him. Known for bravery, vision and insightfulness, Douglas fought for the rig…
During the early 1800s, shipyards dotted Baltimore's Harbor. Many of them drew vessels in need of repair from waters up and down the Atlantic coast. Repairs ranged from minor sail mendings to complicated restorative hull work rendered by skilled s…