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Cecilius Calvert
cecilius Calvert
Cecilius Calvert
Cecilius Calvert (1606-1675)  
Albert Weinert (1865-1947)
Marble and granite, 1908
17 ft. H x
Presented, November 21, 1908
Donor, Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Maryland
Owner, Baltimore City Circuit Court
Second Lord Baltimore 1632-1675
First Proprietor of Maryland 1632-1675
The statue of Calvert was created for the cost of $5,000. This inscription on the back of the pedestal reads as follows: Cecilius Calvert Baron Baltimore of Baltimore in the Kingdom of Ireland and absolute Lord and Proprietary of the Province of Maryland and Avalon in America. Who on November 13, 1633 With The Cooperation And As Sent Of The First Colonists Proclaimed In England. And On March 25, 1634 Established In The Palatine Of Maryland For The First Time In The English Speaking World Freedom of Religous Worship According To Any Christian Form And Separation of Church and State.

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