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  • Evergreen Museum and LibraryEvergreen Museum and Library Baltimore, Maryland
    The Evergreen Museum and Library has been referred to as the Evergreen House, which is a historical museum belonging to the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland; that can be found between the campuses of Loyola College and the College of Notre Dame. This beautiful mansion was constructed in 1850, a spectacular example of gilded age architecture, all sitting on 26 outstandingly manicured lawns and woods. In 1878, John W. Garrett, president of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which were beginning to become the mass transit system of that day and the B & O was one of the biggest at that time. Under the guidance of Garrett, the estate soon became one of the hot spots of the region, with luxury and decadence becoming the aura surrounding it. John's son, T. Harrison, would add a wing that held a private theater, bowling alley and billiard room; and the entire estate would stay in the family until 1942, when the heirs donated it to the university.

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  • Inner HarborInner Harbor Baltimore, Maryland
    The Inner Harbor of Baltimore, Maryland is one of the most historic seaports in the nation, and has become a great tourist attraction and icon of the city. The harbor is really the end of the northwest branch of the Patapsco River, and the waters that flow between the Rusty Scupper Restaurant and the National Aquarium. Inner harbor means more than just the water that washes up to the shores of this great city, but also the area of the city that surrounds that water; with its own ferry to take you wherever you want to travel to in the city. Starting back in the 1700s, the city became a major seaport along the eastern seaboard, but only after dredging the shallow waters to accommodate larger and heavier ships. It would stay a light freight commercial and passenger port until the 1950s, when the economy changed and both venues of trade and passenger travel would ebb.

January 11, 2011