Timeline of Baltimore

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The following is a of the history of the city of Baltimore, Maryland, (United States)

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The following is a of the history of the city of Baltimore, Maryland, (United States)

One Calvert Plaza

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* 1901 – Continental Trust Company Building, (now One South Calvert Building) at 201 East Baltimore Street, skyscraper of new style "fire-proof" masonry, exterior panels hung on a steel framework designed by famed Chicago architect Daniel H. Burnham (1846–1912), of the "Chicago School" of skyscraper architecture constructed at southeast corner of North Calvert and East Baltimore Streets, becoming city's tallest skyscraper for a time.

Chicago

Chicago, IllinoisChicago, ILCity of Chicago
* 1901 – Continental Trust Company Building, (now One South Calvert Building) at 201 East Baltimore Street, skyscraper of new style "fire-proof" masonry, exterior panels hung on a steel framework designed by famed Chicago architect Daniel H. Burnham (1846–1912), of the "Chicago School" of skyscraper architecture constructed at southeast corner of North Calvert and East Baltimore Streets, becoming city's tallest skyscraper for a time.

Daniel Burnham

Daniel H. BurnhamDaniel Hudson BurnhamBurnham
* 1901 – Continental Trust Company Building, (now One South Calvert Building) at 201 East Baltimore Street, skyscraper of new style "fire-proof" masonry, exterior panels hung on a steel framework designed by famed Chicago architect Daniel H. Burnham (1846–1912), of the "Chicago School" of skyscraper architecture constructed at southeast corner of North Calvert and East Baltimore Streets, becoming city's tallest skyscraper for a time.

Chicago school (architecture)

Chicago SchoolCommercial styleChicago style
* 1901 – Continental Trust Company Building, (now One South Calvert Building) at 201 East Baltimore Street, skyscraper of new style "fire-proof" masonry, exterior panels hung on a steel framework designed by famed Chicago architect Daniel H. Burnham (1846–1912), of the "Chicago School" of skyscraper architecture constructed at southeast corner of North Calvert and East Baltimore Streets, becoming city's tallest skyscraper for a time.

Great Baltimore Fire

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"Burned like a torch" during later 1904 Great Fire of its interior furnishings and walls, but following post-fire examination, Burnham found exterior walls and steel framework still sound and so the building was restored in following years. * 1904 – Great Fire erupts early Sunday, February 7th to Monday, February 8th, burning most of the downtown business district from South Howard Street in the west to Jones Falls in the east, continuing north to Fayette Street and Battle Monument Square in the north and to the waterfront piers along East Pratt Street facing "The Basin" (Inner Harbor) in the south.

Jones Falls

Western RunJones Falls ValleyJones's Falls
* 1904 – Great Fire erupts early Sunday, February 7th to Monday, February 8th, burning most of the downtown business district from South Howard Street in the west to Jones Falls in the east, continuing north to Fayette Street and Battle Monument Square in the north and to the waterfront piers along East Pratt Street facing "The Basin" (Inner Harbor) in the south.

Battle Monument

Battle Monument SquareMonument Square (Baltimore)Courthouse/Battle Monument Square
* 1904 – Great Fire erupts early Sunday, February 7th to Monday, February 8th, burning most of the downtown business district from South Howard Street in the west to Jones Falls in the east, continuing north to Fayette Street and Battle Monument Square in the north and to the waterfront piers along East Pratt Street facing "The Basin" (Inner Harbor) in the south.

Inner Harbor

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* 1904 – Great Fire erupts early Sunday, February 7th to Monday, February 8th, burning most of the downtown business district from South Howard Street in the west to Jones Falls in the east, continuing north to Fayette Street and Battle Monument Square in the north and to the waterfront piers along East Pratt Street facing "The Basin" (Inner Harbor) in the south.

Great Chicago Fire

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Third worst conflagration to hit an American city in history after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 and the 1906 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, followed by other weather disasters of Galveston Hurricane of 1900 and Hurricane Katrina at New Orleans in 2005.

1906 San Francisco earthquake

1906 earthquakeSan Francisco earthquakeSan Francisco earthquake of 1906
Third worst conflagration to hit an American city in history after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 and the 1906 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, followed by other weather disasters of Galveston Hurricane of 1900 and Hurricane Katrina at New Orleans in 2005.

1900 Galveston hurricane

Galveston Hurricane of 1900Hurricane of 1900Galveston Hurricane
Third worst conflagration to hit an American city in history after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 and the 1906 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, followed by other weather disasters of Galveston Hurricane of 1900 and Hurricane Katrina at New Orleans in 2005.

Hurricane Katrina

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Third worst conflagration to hit an American city in history after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 and the 1906 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, followed by other weather disasters of Galveston Hurricane of 1900 and Hurricane Katrina at New Orleans in 2005.

New Orleans

New Orleans, LouisianaNew Orleans, LAOrleans Parish
Third worst conflagration to hit an American city in history after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 and the 1906 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, followed by other weather disasters of Galveston Hurricane of 1900 and Hurricane Katrina at New Orleans in 2005.

Baltimore County, Maryland

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Additional help sent in from Baltimore County and nearby towns along with by railroad from nearby cities of Washington, Philadelphia and at the last New York City.

Philadelphia Fire Department

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Additional help sent in from Baltimore County and nearby towns along with by railroad from nearby cities of Washington, Philadelphia and at the last New York City.

New York City Fire Department

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Additional help sent in from Baltimore County and nearby towns along with by railroad from nearby cities of Washington, Philadelphia and at the last New York City.

Maryland Military Department

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Maryland National Guard soldiers stationed downtown for next several weeks.