Carroll County, Maryland, has been a crossroads of cultures since the 18th century. Carroll's structures and town plans reflect English and Pennsylvania-German influences. Mile-long streets punctuated by town squares are lined with a variety of stone and brick buildings of various eras. Though progress has altered these plans, the survival rate allows modern viewers to glimpse and compare multiple eras of local history.
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Follow local curator Catherine Baty and architectural historian Jerry Trescott as they explore these changes.