A historic marker that commemorates Baltimore's immigration. Almost 1.5 million immigrants chose Baltimore as their port of entry to the United States, coming from the English ports of Southampton and Liverpool, and from the German ports of Bremerhaven and Hamburg, with stops in Le Havre, France. From 1821 to 1880, 368,000 European immigrants arrived here. Germans made up the largest group.
North Haubert Street, Baltimore, MD 21230