Baltimore Heritage Digital Collections is a digital collection of maps, images, and documentary materials related to Baltimore history and architecture built with Omeka.
The Local Preservation School is an open learning environment where preservation advocates and volunteers share with people how to save and sustain historic places in their communities. Our goal is to teach you how to get involved with historic preservation in your community through free online courses, easy-to-use tutorials and fun project.
The latest in the Partnership for Building Reuse research series, Building on Baltimore's History explores how we can make it easier for property owners and investors to renew and repurpose more older buildings.
In the fall of 2013, students from the University of Maryland’s Historic Preservation program undertook a study of Baltimore’s Old Goucher neighborhood aimed to demonstrate how preservation can inform a city planning process and help shape community organization practices.
The Battle of Baltimore is a digital tour guide to the people and places in and around Baltimore during the War of 1812. Through a website and app, the Battle of Baltimore connects residents, visitors, educators and students with 19th century accounts of historic places in Baltimore and easy-to-read short essays contributed by local historians.