Course Description

Historic Annapolis: Architecture | Participate in a lecture and walking tour of restored buildings, churches and the Maryland Capitol with an architectural preservationist. Learn how the materials, construction techniques and decorative elements of 17th-through 19th-century architecture indicated the social status and purpose of structures. $66 includes $10 fee. Note: Meet on campus for lecture. Provide own transportation to Annapolis. Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for outdoors. Bring a bag lunch or purchase on own.

Learner Outcomes

Discuss the history and settlement of Annapolis citing specific landmarks such as St. Mary's Church, the Charles Carroll Home, the William Paca House and gardens, and Hammond Harwood House; Identify architectural elements of the Maryland State house building; Analyze the differences between large homes and those of the tradesman class and the watermen.
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