In the News
What's Up? Annapolis magazine
February 1, 2018
A comprehensive chronology of the history
of our project (2012 - 2017) to create a place
in Annapolis that properly celebrates the city's
role in the founding of the American republic
during the Treaty of Paris Period.
September 20, 2017
The statue of Chief Justice Roger Taney on the grounds of the Maryland State House should be replaced with President Thomas Mifflin, the only American president to serve in Annapolis.
June 14, 2017 (Flag Day):
Homeless no more! The Mayor and the County Executive cut the ribbon at the Grand Opening of The Hall of Presidents Before Washington at the Westin and present awards to the Brown brothers, plus, a video featuring Mark Croatti describing the exhibit. (See more pictures here)
September 11, 2015:
The Annapolis Capital-Gazette:
May 29, 2015:
The Treaty of Paris Center
presents a lecture at the Treaty of Paris
restaurant on the French frigate Hermione,
scheduled to arrive in Annapolis
on June 16, 20.
Feb. 19, 2013:
We're "trying to make history," by proposing
at City Dock that would emulate Philadelphia's National Constitution Center.
November 23, 2012: