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The First Black-Owned Shipyard in the USA
The Chesapeake Marine Railway and Dry Dock Company was the first shipyard formed and operated by a group of black community leaders. 1417 Thames St. at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore was home to this shipyard. The shipyard is now home to the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park and Museum.
The First Public Aquarium
Baltimore is home to the nation’s first public aquarium - The National Aquarium. The aquarium was opened in 1981 at the Inner Harbor. It houses more than 20,000 fish, amphibians, and marine mammals.
The First Regular Railroad Passenger Service
Starting on May 20, 1830, Baltimore was the site of the first railroad passenger service to run regularly in the USA. The passenger service was operated by the iconic Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. At present, the largest collection of 19th-century locomotives and significant collection of railroad treasures are on display at The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum.
Birthplace of the Six-Pack
Baltimore’s National Bohemian Brewing Company was the first to start selling its beers in the pack of six. The company believed that four beers were too few, but eight were too many. So, they decided to sell half a dozen packs in the 1940s. The company was later acquired by Pabst Brewing Company, yet people to this date crack open a six-pack.
Home to America’s First Research University
One of the most renowned entrepreneurs and philanthropists, Johns Hopkins, founded America’s first research university in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1876. Since then, he laid the foundation of several other research institutions, including Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins University.