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National Historic Landmarks in Maryland
Recent and Selected Designations
- Baltimore (Tug) (designated November 4, 1993)
- Bollman Truss Railroad Bridge (designated February 16, 2000)
- J.C. Lore Oyster House (designated August 7, 2001)
- Rebecca T. Ruark (designated July 31, 2003)
- Star-Spangled Banner Flag House (designated December 16, 1969)
- Thomas Point Shoal Light Station (designated January 20, 1999)
To find nominations for other National Historic Landmarks in Maryland, please consult our page about how to search for nominations. For National Historic Landmarks that were nominated recently but do not appear on the list above, please consult our Landmarks Committee meeting pages to read the draft nominations. Even after a property is designated as a National Historic Landmark, it takes time to finalize the nomination.
Did you know? Some National Historic Landmarks are located in national park units.