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Area Reference Points – Historic Sites

Aquilla Randall Monument – Marker. Located on Old North Point Rd. It is where a War of 1812 skirmish. This occurred between the troops of Gen. John Strieker and British Gen. Robert Ross. Ross sustained a mortal wound.

Battle Acre – War of 1812 site on Old North Point Rd. It is where Gen. Strieker’s troops inflicted severe losses on the British,. This saved Baltimore from enemy attack.

Black Marsh Wildlands – vestiges of Bayshore Amusement Park and trolley barn.

Fort Howard – Defensive bulwarks built in 1896 to defend Baltimore from naval attack. Named for Revolutionary War Hero John Eager Howard. The fort remained under Army command until 1940. The forts’ guns never fired on enemies.

McShane Bell – Heritage Park, struck by original Dundalk foundry.

Methodist Meeting House Memorial – Site on German Hill at Old North Point roads. It was used as a field hospital for both American and British soldiers during the War of 1812.

Old Dundalk Village Shopping Center – Shipping Place, circa 1917.

Shaw House and Cemetery – Only house foundation and family graves
remain. House used by British officers, War of 1812.

Todd’s Inheritance – Part of a 1664 land grant that stretched from Bird River to the Patapsco River. This House (under refurbishment) burned by British during War of 1812. Several hundred unmarked graves of British army regulars in surrounding fields.

Veterans Memorial – dedicated to all U.S. servicemen, Shipping Place.

(Source: Dundalk Chamber of Commerce 2010-2011 Business Directory & Community Guide)