Outdoor Sign Dedicated

Toddís Inheritance Historic Site dedicated a new interpretive trail marker at the historic farmstead on Saturday, May 17, 2003. The full-color sign highlights the important role Toddís Inheritance played in the Battle of North Point as well as the unique legacy of the Todd Family and their long history at the site.

The dedication ceremony featured costumed interpretation and remarks by area historians and Maryland tourism officials. The sign designates Toddís Inheritance as a site on the State sponsored Star Spangled Banner Trail and was supported in part through a grant from the Baltimore County Savings Bank Foundation. 

Located at 9000 North Point Road in Edgemere, Toddís Inheritance was the site of American resistance to the British invasion during the Battle of North Point September 12, 1814. Toddís Inheritance was settled by the Todd Family in the 1600's and remained in their stewardship until 1975. Toddís Inheritance Historic Site, Inc. is developing the property into a museum and interpretive center through a cooperative lease agreement with Marylandís Department of Natural Resources.

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