There are two ways to display the Roadside Historical Markers for each county without performing a database
search (think of these as the “browsing” approach):
The Roadside Historical Markers database can be searched using three categories:
Note: Each main search category (Keyword, Town, Thematic Topic) has its own "Submit" and "Reset"
buttons; make sure you click the correct button.
The markers highlighted on the various "tours" represent just a sampling of
the Roadside Historical Markers that may relate to a particular tour topic, and are intended to
provide a general introduction to that topic. For more in-depth investigation of a topic,
use the search tools. For example, for the topic "Civil War" you could perform a keyword search on
phrases such as "Civil War," "battlefield," "Confederate," etc.
Clicking on the photographs accompanying any of the marker descriptions will display an enlarged
version of the photograph.
The Maryland Historical Trust's National Register website was developed by Trust
staff in collaboration with the Maryland Department of Housing and
Community Development's Information Technology staff:
Database Team: Maureen Kavanagh, Carmen Swann, and Jennifer Falkinburg
Data Development: Jennifer Cosham and Jennifer Chadwick-Moore
Website Programming: Carmen Swann
Original Website Design: Dennis C. Curry
2014 Website Design: Gregory J. Brown
Transportation Enhancement funds, administered by the Maryland
State Highway Administration, supported the development of this website.
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About the Historical Markers Web Site
administered by the Maryland State Highway Administration, supported data development for this project.