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"Baltimore Harbor Activity" Painting by Bennard Perlman, 1953

"Baltimore Harbor Activity" Painting by Bennard Perlman, 1953

The Inner Harbor. Baltimore, Maryland.  Go to www.YourTravelVideos.com or just click on photo for home videos and much more on sites like this.

The Inner Harbor. Gotta love the resilient people & great food in this old Northeast city.

George Calvert, Baron of Baltimore, laid the groundwork for the establishment of Maryland so he could practice Catholicism. Learn more at Biography.com.

George Calvert, Baron of Baltimore, laid the groundwork for the establishment of Maryland so he could practice Catholicism. Learn more at Biography.com.

Cecil Calvert - Cecil Calvert, also known as Lord Baltimore, created the colony of Maryland under King Charles I as a haven for Catholics. Since England persecuted Catholics, Calvert knew it would be difficult to stay clear of religious problems. It has been said the King Charles I allowed Calvert to be the proprietor of Maryland because he was secretly a Catholic.

Cecil became the Lord of Baltimore after his father, George Calvert, passed away when he was Whilst King Charles I has given his father the land, the official charter didn't go through until George had already died.

In 1629, George Calvert, 1st Lord Baltimore in the Peerage of Ireland, fresh from his failure further north with Newfoundland's Province of Avalon colony, applied to Charles I for a royal charter for what was to become the Province of Maryland. Calvert's interest in creating a colony derived from his Catholicism and his desire for the creation of a haven in the New World for Catholics.

George Calvert, aka Lord Baltimore, the founder of Maryland, who created the colony based on his Catholic faith, with the added bonus of tolerance for other religions.

University of Maryland Baltimore County | University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) - Photos & Videos

University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB)

King Street by Moonlight

Old Town Alexandria by Moonlight (Paul McGehee)

Vintage Signed Colored Etching Ann Street Baltimore by Don Swann

Vintage Signed Colored Etching Ann Street Baltimore by Don Swann

It is matted and framed and pencil signed and numbered.

True Grit, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

True Grit, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

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