"On the evening of May 13, 1861, General Benjamin Butler and 1,000 Union soldiers arrived at Baltimore's Camden Street Station by train. Under the cover of a thunderstorm, they fortified Federal Hill to ensure the city of Baltimore remained under Union control, after the Pratt Street Riot less than a month earlier."
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Battle Monument, Baltimore City Courthouse
Subject:Courthouses, Monuments, Photographs, Street scenes, War of 1812, Urban landscape, Exterior, Architecture, Baltimore (Md.), Baltimore City Life Museum Collection
Item ID:MC2706 .4
Creator:Youse, Frank W.
Description:Battle Monument. Shows Baltimore City Courthouse and horse-drawn wagons. Calvert Street and Fayette Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Frank W. Youse, 1900-1901. 4 x 5 inch glass negative. Baltimore City Life Museum Collection.
Date of Original:1900-1901
Collection:Baltimore City Life Museum Collection
Type/Size:Glass negative, 4 x 5 inch (10.16 x 12.7 cm)
Restrictions:For more information, please contact the Special Collections Department: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rights:Copy of original owned by the Maryland Historical Society. No use or reproduction without permission. For more information, please contact email@example.com