Historical Markers in
Anne Arundel County, Maryland

14cm 3.5 inch Gun 159 Main Street 163 Main Street 167 Main Street at Conduit Street 18th Century French Mortar 29th Infantry Division, United States Army 41 Cornhill Street 64 Franklin Street 75mm. Howitzer 85th Medical Battalion Avenue A Community Legacy A Lighthouse Crumbles A National Cemetery System A Story of Preservation A Tale of Three Bridges Admiral Ben Moreell Admiral Terry House Albert Cabell Ritchie Alexander Magruder Alfred A. Hopkins Plaza All Hallows Church Alumni Arch An Environmental Perspective AN/SPG-55B Radar Annapolis & The Maryland Signers Annapolis Depicted Annapolis During The Civil War Annapolis Laboratory Annapolis National Cemetery Annapolis Water Company Annapolis: Capital of Commerce Anne and Christopher Birckhead Anne Arundel Academy Anne Catharine Green Archaeology at London Town Aris T. Allen, M.D. Arnold C. Gay Art in Annapolis Asbury United Methodist Church At Work — At Play on the Bay Baldwin Memorial United Methodist Church Baron Johann de Kalb, 1721 - 1780 Bates: The Center of Community Life Bates: The Community Commitment Battle of the Severn Bay Workboats Belvoir Benjamin Welch Owens, CSA Benson-Hammond House Between Morning and Midnight Beyond the Bridge Bill Burton Fishing Pier Birds of Prey Birthplace of Johns Hopkins Bitter End Blue Angels Boatbuilding in Shady Side British 24 Pounder Brown-Leanos Memorial Park Burning of the Brig "Peggy Stewart" Butler in Annapolis Camp Parole Cannon - From Shady Side's Rural Home Hotel Captain John Smith Cap'n Herbie Sadler Carrie Weedon House Cavalry Area Centennial of the United States Navy Submarine Force Chapel of Ease Chapultepec Avenue Charles Carroll House North Porch Charles W. Baldwin Hall Chase-Lloyd House Chesapeake Bay Wetlands Class of 1956 Memorial Plaza Classes of 1958 and 1959 Memorial Plaza Clay Street Community Montage Coastal Evolution Colonial Annapolis Commander William Lewis Herndon Commodore John Barry Commodore John Barry Congress Was Here Cornhill & Fleet Streets Count de Rochambeau’s Crabbing Curtis Creek Furnace Dahlgren Rifle 30-Pounder, Invented by Rear Admiral Dahlgren Deadrise Defined Dedicated to all American Ex-Prisoners of War Dedicated to you, a free citizen in a free land Defending the Chesapeake Bay Division Hill Donald Emerson Shay, Jr. Dr. Hill's Medicinal Plants Draketail Peg Wallace Dred Scott, 1799 - 1858 E. Russell Allen EA-3B Skywarrior Earleigh Heights Store Eastport Veterans Park Eastport's Old "Main Street" Eastport's Oldest House Eastport's Soul Edna Florence Eels, Ducks, and Clams Eisenhower's Quarters El Neptuno Epiphany Episcopal Chapel and Church House Establishing a Colonial Town Evoking Our Naval Heritage Past Evolutions of Strawberry Hill Ferndale, Maryland Ferry Point Road First Presbyterian Church of Annapolis First Synagogue in Annapolis Fishing For Civilization Liberty Country Foremast of the U.S.S. Maine Formerly Brooklyn Park High School Fort Nonsense Fort Severn and the United States Naval Academy Fort Smallwood Park Flagpole Framework of History Francis Scott Key Freetown From this spot, you can see 1608 - Captain John Smith's Chesapeake Voyages From this spot, you can see 1672 - Providence: Settlement on the Severn From this spot, you can see 1774 - The "Annapolis Tea Party" From this spot, you can see 1887 - The Age of Steam From this spot, you can see 1919 - Oysters: The Bay's "White Gold" From this spot, you can see 1998 - Annapolis: America's Sailing Capital FuG 65 Wurzburg Riese (Giant) Radar Antenna Garden Gazebo Gateway to Discovery General Washington George H. Phelps, Jr. George Washington’s Resignation Going to Market Gold Star Families Monument Gov. Francis Nicholson Governor Sir Francis Nicholson and Bloomsbury Square Governor William Stone Greg Harlin's John Paul Jones's Ranger Hammond-Harwood House Hammond-Harwood House Museum Hancock's Resolution Harmans Harundale Mall Harvesting the Bay Henry Baldwin Henry Hays Lockwood Historic Annapolis Historic London Town and Gardens History of Our Maryland Flag History Stone HMS Confiance Cannon HMS Macedonian Monument Hockley-in-the-Hole Hodges Hall Holly Hill Holly Run Church Howard's Inheritance Husband Edward Kimmel Iglehart Imagine Yourself on the River Improvements on the Bayfront In Honor of Albert Abraham Michelson In Honor of Those Who Served In Memoriam Indians of the Chesapeake Jack Stephens Field Japanese Ambassador Hirosi Saito Japanese Torpedo Java History Trail Java Plantation Life Java Plantation Life Java Plantation Life Java Plantation Life Java Plantation Life Jeannette Arctic Exploring Expedition John Snowden Memorial John Wilkes Booth Jones Station Joseph Nicholson Home Site and Bandstand Katharine Hepburn Slept Here Kids on the Farm Kinder Farm Ice House King William's School Kunte Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial Kunte Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial Lafayette’s Encampment Leahy Hall Leonard A. Blackshear Walk Liberty Tree Liberty Tree Lieutenant General John Archer Lejeune Light House Bistro Lincoln in Annapolis Linthicum Heights Linthicum Walks London Town Ferry London Town Publik House Lot 70 Is Historically Significant Louis L. Goldstein Lynching in America / Lynching in Anne Arundel County Macedonian Monument Made from USS Lexington Recycled Plastic Waste Magothy Methodist Church Mahan Hall Mahan Hall Maj. Gen. Ralph H. Van Deman Major General George G. Meade Mann's Tavern Marion Warren's six photographs capture this historic Annapolis neighborhood in a sleepier time Maritime Annapolis: An Enduring Legacy Marley Chapel Marley Church Cemetery Marley Neck School Maryland State House Maryland State House Maryland State House Maryland World War II Memorial Matthew Alexander Henson Max E Bishop Memorial Circle & Market House Plaza Mexican War Midshipmen's Monument Middle Plantation Middleton Tavern Monument to the Battle of Midway Mother's Garden Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church Murphy's Row N* National Vigilance Park Native Plants Naval School Nike Ajax Non Sibi Sed Patriae Norman Scott Natatorium Observing the Enemy Old Fashioned Anchors Old Quaker Burying Ground Old Stage-Coach Road Old Treasury Building On this site on November 25, 1960 On this spot On to Yorktown One Hundredth Anniversary of the U.S. Naval Academy Original Bates Flagpole Our Abundant Chesapeake Outnumbered Overlooking West River Oyster Reef Oystering Oysters: Vital to Commerce. Vital to Culture. Oysters: Vital to Nature. Vital to Our Future. Oysters: Vital to the Lifeline of the Chesapeake Patton's Headquarters Pearl Harbor Survivors Association Peggy Stewart House Planned in the Past Portland Manor Post Hospital Preble Hall Preservation in Progress Prime View Prisoner of War Memorial Prized Property Pumphrey Elementary School Pvt. Benjamin Welch Owens Rawlings’ Tavern Recreation Acres Remembering the Foot Soldiers of the March on Washington Reynold's Tavern Roger Brooke Taney, 1777 - 1864 Roger W. Moyer Sacred to the Memory of Baron de Kalb Saint James’ Church Sally Wern Comport's "Shaping a City" Sampson Hall San Cayetano Sandy Point Farm Sawmill School for Bakers and Cooks Scott Street SCR-270 Radar Antenna Seasons of the Waterman Sgt. Ronald M. Randazzo Sharpening Our Governing Teeth: The 1708 Charter of Annapolis Shiplap House Shipley's Choice Shipley’s Choice Shipley’s Choice Site of First Quaker Regional Gathering Site of Old Fort Severn Site of the Annapolis City Gates Site of the Methodist Church Skipjack Lydia D Smedberg Gate So We Will Not Forget Sons of the Revolution Southgate Memorial Spanish 18-Pounder Spanish Gun St. Alban's Episcopal Church St. Damian St. John Neumann, C.Ss.R. St. John's College Alumni Veterans Memorial St. Joseph St. Mary's City Cannon Standing Guard State Circle & Maryland Ave. State House Square Steamboat Landing Steamboats Give Way to the New Bay Bridge Still on Patrol Stoney Run Train Station Summer House on the Bay Sy Mohr's City Dock Harbormaster Collage Tecumseh Tense Time Terwilliger Brothers Field The Battle of the Bulge The Birthplace of Charles Carroll, Barrister The Changing Waterfront The Charles Carroll House The Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary Under the Title of the Immaculate Conception The City Spared The City Water System The Claude House The Edna Florence The English Frigate “Augusta” The Ferry at London Town The Fort at Horn Point The Franklin Cantonment The Freedom Tree The General’s Highway The Glass Works The Government House The Heart Spoke The History of Ft Smallwood Park The Jonas Green House The Joseph R. Hunt Court The Kinder Farmhouse The Lord Mayor's Tenement The Maritime Tradition Lives On The Markers on the Plaza The Market House The Maryland Inn The Navy Mascot The old entrance road The Old Farmhouse The Old Fourth Ward The Old South River Club The Old Treasury Building The Paddle Bell The Rocky Beach Oyster Farm The Sea Gate The Severn Crossroads Church The Sign of the Bible The Start of Something Big The Tank School and Tank Corps The Tonkaway The Town of Herrington: Unearthing the Origins of South County The Tripoli Monument The Tripoli Monument The United States Naval Academy Bridge The Watermen of Back Creek The Wishing Bench This Cannon This is an example of "Ogham" writing. This tablet This thirty-two pounder iron cannon barrel Thomas Point Three Great Boat Yards, One Location Thurgood Marshall Tipton Army Airfield To All Who Served Tobacco Barn Tobacco Barn TPS-43 Transformation of the Avery House and over a Century of Expansion Transportation on the Chesapeake Highway Triton Light Tru Fit Clothing Company Fire Trunk of the Three Mile Oak Twin Oaks U.S. Naval Academy Museum U.S.S. Liberty United States Naval Academy USS Maryland Valuable Wetlands Vanity — The boat that inspired the Chesapeake 20 Veterans Memorial Veterans of Foreign Wars Vice Admiral James Bond Stockdale Vice Admiral William Porter Lawrence, USN W B & A Electric Railroad Watermen and Working Harbor Watkins Slave Cemetery Weeping Cherry Tree Welcome to Eastport Welcome to Eastport Welcome to Galesville Welcome to the Captain Avery Museum Welcome to the Wiley H. Bates Memorial Courtyard Wesley Grove United Methodist Church Where Land Meets Water White Oak White Oak Who was Henry Davis? Widow Ramsey’s Tavern Wildlife You May See Wiley H. Bates Wiley H. Bates: His Educational Legacy Wiley H. Bates: The Man William Brown House William Penn William Penn William Penn Women of Hartge Yacht Yard (1934-2006) World War 1917 World War I Cantonment Area World War II XAF Radar Antenna Zimmerman Bandstand "Cav. Area" "Preservation Was A Fight!" “Larkins Hills”