The American Revolution impacted the Hampton estate and businesses near Baltimore, Maryland in different ways. Through this field trip, students will learn how landowners, paid workers, indentured servants and slaves were affected by the events of the Revolutionary War. In the process of investigating the historic site, students will answer the question, “What impact did the American Revolution have on the lives of people at Hampton?”

This web site, developed through a Teaching American History grant partnership, includes the resources for an on-site and a virtual visit to the Hampton National Historic Site.

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This project was developed through a Teaching American History Grant partnership between Baltimore County Public Schools and the Center for History Education at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), with assistance from Hampton National Historic Site, National Park Service.
Contact Hampton National Historic Site at 410-823-1309 ex. 207 to arrange for class visits. |