Maryland Historical Society
A 200 year old piece of paper is one of the most important documents in our country’s history.
High-tech maps are one of the most effective ways to travel in 2014, but what about two centuries ago? What did Baltimore look like then?
Just because the kids are not in school, does not mean they need to stop learning. This is a list of places that can be both educational as well as fun.
Its home is the Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore, but the original manuscript of the Star-Spangled Banner is about to leave town for a little while.
Comedy Central’s new show “Drunk History” is paying a visit to Baltimore.
While the country remembers the anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, the Maryland Historical Society is celebrating his life.
Show your visitors a great time over Thanksgiving weekend with this guide of things to do.
It took five years, numerous specialists and $60,000, but William Paca has his bling back.
A man who stole documents from the Maryland Historical Society and other archives nationwide has been released from prison where he spent the last year.
She’s Baltimore’s Statue of Liberty and thanks to historians and preservationists she’s about to get a new home.
History–a stitch at a time. Volunteers take on a big project at Maryland’s Historical Society. They’re recreating the immense flag that inspired the “Star Spangled Banner.”
It was 200 years ago this summer that a Baltimore flag-maker stitched the flag that inspired America’s national anthem. Now, hundreds of people are helping to recreate the star-spangled banner.