Contact Us Site Credits
Many people worked to design, develop, write copy, edit and launch this website.
Overall Site Management
The site was envisioned and coordinated by Jason Vaughan, director of historic preservation and interpretation for the Baltimore Heritage Area Association, Inc. (BHAA). BHAA Executive Director Jeff Buchheit, Manager of Programs and Partnerships Shauntee Daniels, and War of 1812 Bicentennial Coordinator Janet Caslow provided assistance and support throughout the website development process. The heritage area thanks the Greater Baltimore History Alliance, Baltimore Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation, the Friends of Fort McHenry, and Visit Baltimore for their assistance and support.
Design and Development
The site was designed and developed by Alexander+Tom, a web firm located in Baltimore, Maryland. The team at A+T worked with the Baltimore Heritage Area Association, Inc. to transfer the vision into a user-friendly, attractive design. They created the interactive maps and other tools found throughout the site.
Content was managed by Jason Vaughan, who developed content in conjunction with other contributors including Alex Toprac, Deborah Weiner, John Gentry, and Lauren Schizik. Historical content in “The Baltimore Experience” section was inspired by a number of sources, including Ralph Eshelman and Burt Kummorrow’s publication In Full Glory Reflected: Discovering the War of 1812 in the Chesapeake (Johns Hopkins University Press: 2012) and the Pennsylvania Avenue Heritage Trail Map and Guide.
Photos and More
The Baltimore Heritage Area Association, Inc. thanks the numerous image contributions from our partners and heritage area stakeholders. Credits accompany the images and photographs used in this site.