• Mount Harmon
  • Jerusalem Mill
  • Hampton Cupola
  • Trecentennial 2013
  • 053
  • Zekiah Indian Fort
  • sultana
  • Kiplin Hall
  • 1969314_778092745548977_1177942857_n
  • Cecil Calvert

  • Mount Harmon
  • Jerusalem Mill
  • Hampton Cupola
  • Trecentennial 2013
  • 053
  • Zekiah Indian Fort
  • sultana
  • Kiplin Hall
  • 1969314_778092745548977_1177942857_n
  • Cecil Calvert

The mission of the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Maryland is to perpetuate the memory of our history and heritage through the preservation, promotion, maintenance, financial support and erection of monuments, works of art, manuscripts, museum exhibits, scholarships, and civic events focused on Maryland’s colonial past for the benefit of the public.

2015

– Gibson Island Historical Soc. to excavate colonial era building

– Nanticoke Historical Preservation Alliance (restore Handsell House)

2014

– Historic Hampton (clock restoration)

– historic marker Martin Fugate House

– Maryland State archives Pitt brochure (honor Jonathan Pine)

2013

– Mass. Soc. Colonial Wars exhibit

– Pitt portrait restoration at the Senate Chamber in the State House

– Historic London Town reconstruct carpenter’s shop

– My Ladies Manor historical marker (Manor Conservancy)

– B & O Ellicott City Rifles exhibit

– Zekiah Indian Fort excavation – St. Mary’s College

– Research grant for the study of Colonial era material at Anderson House Library

2012

– Maryland Historical Society (for Calvert exhibition)

– Long House (Baltimore) – earthquake damage

– Mount Vernon Ladies Association — education

– Sotterley Plantation – hurricane damage

2011

– St. Mary’s College (indian artifacts exhibit)

2010

– Hammond-Harwood House (Annapolis)

2009

– George Washington Teachers’ Institute for Maryland Educators at Mount Vernon

2008

– Third Haven Friends Meeting (Talbot County)

– Naval Academy Museum

2007

– Fort Frederick (artillery)

2006

– St. Mary’s City church restoration

2005

– Mt. Harmon (Cecil County)

2004

– Jerusalem Mill model (Harford County)

2003

– Beattie-Cramer House (outside Frederick)

– Book by 6th Lord Baltimore donated to the Maryland State Archives

2002

– Schooner Sultana

– Washington University Garden

2001

– Frame for Calvert portrait at Kiplin Hall in Yorkshire (“Maryland Kiplin Foundation”)

2000

– Speech in Baltimore by Gordon Wood “The Greatness of George Washington”

– Restoration of Tilghman family grave site