Baltimore has the distinction of being the largest city in the entire state of Maryland as well as the second largest seaport in the Mid Atlantic. Founded back in 1729, the city is often referred to as Baltimore City in an effort to differentiate it from the surrounding Baltimore County. Like many cities in the Mid Atlantic, Baltimore has a rich and storied past. The city was home at one point for such talented historical figures as Edgar Allen Poe, James Hubert “Eubie” Blake, Billie Holiday, Francis Scott Key (the wordsmith behind our nation’s national anthem, “The Star Spangled Banner”), and many more. Named after Lord Baltimore, Cecilius Calvert —a member of the Irish House of Lords and the founding proprietor of the colony of Maryland—the actual word “Baltimore” is derived from an old Irish name meaning “town of the big house,” which was the name of the estate in Ireland where Calvert’s family lived. Baltimore played an instrumental role in the events leading up to the American Revolution, as city leaders urged the city to join in the resistance against British taxation. After the Revolutionary War, Baltimore was incorporated as a city in 1796, along with nearby Jonestown and Fells Point. The city also played a role in the War of 1812 as the site of the infamous Battle of Baltimore. After the British forces burned Washington to the ground, they turned their attention to Baltimore, only to be thwarted by United States forces that successfully defended the harbor against attack. Francis Scott Key, a lawyer at the time, was on aboard a ship in the harbor and witnessed the attack from a distance. “The Star Spangled Banner” was inspired by a large American flag he saw waving in the wind after the battle and wrote the poem recounting the attack. Eventually set to a song composed by John Stafford Smith, “The Star Spangled Banner” became the official national anthem in America in 1931. Dubbed the “city of neighborhoods,” Baltimore is made up of hundreds of little districts, each with its own unique character and charm—the latter which leads many to affectionately call it “Charm City.”
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