By: E.A. Paul
Fell's Point, in Baltimore, Maryland, is a waterfront community located on the harbor right next to the famous Inner Harbor. With its many historic shops, coffee cafes, old fashioned pubs, and quaint cobblestone streets, Fell's Point has long been an attraction for poets, writers, painters...
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By: Can Tran
Fell's Point in Baltimore, Maryland does carry quite the interesting history. Fell's Point was named after English Quaker known as William Fell. He had bought the land on Inner Harbor. It was known as "Long Island Point" and "Copus Harbor." In 1763, the town...
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By: Susan Smalls
Fell's Point in Baltimore, Maryland, was founded in 1730 by William Fell. Soon, it quickly grew and became known as a shipbuilding and commercial center. Some of the first vessels for the navy were built here, including the famous U.S.S. Constellation in 1797...
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By: Ann E. Smith
Purchased in 1726 by Quaker William Fell and later established as a town in 1763, Fell's Point is a charming historical district in Baltimore, Maryland. It is scenic, as it is located on the water near Inner Harbor, and its roots are heavily laden with...
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By: Susan Quilty
The historic neighborhood of Fells Point is a tranquil counterpoint to the busy vibrancy of Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Only a short water taxi ride or 1 mile walk from the Inner Harbor, Fells Point maintains its historic charm with cozy shops, historic points of interest...
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By: Debby Dyess
If you dream of a week of historic buildings, museums, waterfront walks and quiet coffees, and your children imagine a vacation full of fun, noise and adventure, what do you do? How about a week of ghost hunting, pirateering, clubbing in the oldest pub in...
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By: Stacey A. Smith
Whether you are visiting, just moved or lived here all your life, Fell's Point is the place to find some fun, entertainment and history in Baltimore, Maryland. Named for its founder, William Fell, back in the 1700's, this flourishing historic neighborhood is just outside...
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