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Encyclopedia > List of mayors of Baltimore

Here is a list of mayors that have served the city of Baltimore, Maryland. A mayor (from the Latin maīor, meaning larger,greater) is the politician who serves as chief executive official of some types of municipalities. ... Motto: The Greatest City in America (formerly The City That Reads; BELIEVE is not the official motto but rather a specific campaign) Nickname: Charm City Mob Town B-more Location in Maryland Founded 30 July 1729 Incorporated 1797 County Independent city Borough {{{borough}}} Parrish {{{parrish}}} Mayor Martin J. OMalley...

Mayor Term Began Term Ended Political Party
James Calhoun 1794 1804
Thorowgood Smith 1804 1808
Edward Johnson 1808 1816
George Stiles 1816 1819
Edward Johnson 1819 1820
John Montgomery 1820 1822
Edward Johnson 1822 1824
John Montgomery 1824 1826
Jacob Small 1826 1831
William Steuart 1831 1832
Jesse Hunt 1832 1835
Samuel Smith 1835 1838
Sheppard C. Leakin 1838 1840
Samuel Brady 1840 1842
Solomon Hillen, Jr. 1842 1843
James O. Law 1843 1844
Jacob G. Davies 1844 1848
Elijah Stansbury, Jr. 1848 1850
John Hanson Thomas Jerome 1850 1852
John Smith Hollins 1852 1854
Samuel Hinks 1854 1856
Thomas Swann 1856 1860
George William Brown 1860 1861
John C. Blackburn 1861 1862
John Lee Chapman 1862 1867
Robert T. Banks 1867 1871
Joshua Van Sant 1871 1875
Ferdinand Claiborne Latrobe 1875 1877
George Proctor Kane 1877 1878
Ferdinand Claiborne Latrobe 1878 1881
William Pinkney Whyte 1881 1883
Ferdinand Claiborne Latrobe 1883 1885
James Hodges 1885 1887
Ferdinand Claiborne Latrobe 1887 1889
Robert C. Davidson 1889 1891
Ferdinand Claiborne Latrobe 1891 1895
Alcaeus Hooper 1895 1897
William T. Malster 1897 1899
Thomas Gordon Hayes 1899 1903
Robert M. McLane 1903 1904
E. Clay Timanus 1904 1907
J. Barry Mahool 1907 1911
James H. Preston 1911 1919
William Frederick Broening 1919 1923
Howard W. Jackson 1923 1927
William Frederick Broening 1927 1931
Howard W. Jackson 1931 1943
Theodore R. McKeldin 1943 1947 Republican
Thomas L. J. D'Alesandro, Jr. 1947 1959 Democrat
J. Harold Grady 1959 1962
Philip H. Goodman 1962 1963
Theodore R. McKeldin 1963 1967 Republican
Thomas L. J. D'Alesandro III 1967 1971
William Donald Schaefer 1971 1987 Democrat
Clarence H. Burns 1987 1987
Kurt L. Schmoke 1987 1999 Democrat
Martin J. O'Malley 1999 Democrat

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The History of Baltimore City Government (3242 words)
When the legislative act creating Baltimore was passed in the summer of 1792, there was no guarantee that the town would be a success, since few of the hundreds of towns founded since the late seventeenth century ever survived.
The Baltimore Town Commissioners (seven residents of Baltimore County appointed by the governor) were to negotiate the purchase of 60 acres of land from Charles and Daniel Carroll, to survey and lay out 60 lots, and to decide property disputes within the town limits.
The last land addition to Baltimore was made by the Annexation Act of 1918 by which the boundaries were extended to include the thickly populated suburban sections of Baltimore and Anne Arundel Counties adjacent to the city line.
Baltimore, Maryland at AllExperts (5696 words)
Baltimore Harbor is one of the best protected deepwater seaports in the world, with the Delmarva Peninsula shielding the area from most hurricanes and tropical storms, and the Appalachian Mountains protecting the city from much of the winter cold that would freeze the harbor.
Baltimore grew swiftly in the mid- to late 18th century as the granary for sugar-producing colonies in the Caribbean.
Baltimore is split between three congressional districts — the 2nd, represented by Dutch Ruppersberger; the 3rd, represented by Ben Cardin; and the 7th, represented by Elijah Cummings.
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