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State Circle & Maryland Ave.
a historic perspective
The Sons of Temperance buy the vacant corner lot.
Temperance Hall is erected, the present two-story brick building.
A grocery store and a market share the 1st floo…
Peace Treaty Ratified
· Governor William Paca's Proclamation of the ratification of the Treaty of Paris. Treaty of Paris Broadside Collection [MSA SC 5785]
· The last page of the Treaty of Paris, signed…
As the official museum of African-American history and culture for the State of Maryland, the Banneker-Douglass Museum is dedicated to discovering documenting, preserving and promoting African-American heritage fo…
This montage is the collaborative effort of George "Lassie" Belt, children from the Stanton Community Center (listed below), and Artwalk curator, Sally Wern Comport. This artwork, part of the Annapolis 300 celebration, is at the entrance to the Cl…
"Annapolis is an almost perfect example of town/village GOLD Bay Partner."
Comment from the presentation to Annapolis as a Gold Medal Community Partner.
Environmental Protection Agency, 2007
As a model for municipalities with populations from…
The first important work on water sanitation, that of Edwin Chadwick in 1842, finally seemed to have caught local attention in the 1850s when the City Council passed the first ordinances governing disposal of human remains. A decade later, large n…
Civil War Dead
An estimated 700,000 Union and Confederate soldiers died in the Civil War between April 1861 and April 1865. As the death toll rose, the U.S. government struggled with the urgent but unplanned need to bury fallen Union troops. Th…
Civil War Annapolis
In April 1861, Gen. Benjamin Butler and his Massachusetts troops entered the Maryland capital to ensure the state remained in the Union. The U.S. Army then reformed the Department of Annapolis, headed by Butler, to secure co…
General Butler to Governor Hicks
Off Annapolis, April 22, 1861
"Have I your excellency's permission...to land my men, to supply their wants, and to relieve them from the extreme and unhealthy confinement of a transport vessel not fit to receive …
Born: March 28, 1811
Ordained: June 25, 1836
Professed as a Redemptorist: January 16, 1842
Consecrated Bishop: March 28, 1852
Died: January 5, 1860
Canonized: June 19, 1977