Our work isn’t just about physically preserving historic buildings, structures, and sites. It’s also about preserving and celebrating the intangible heritage and culture of people and their communities. President & CEO Nick Redding was interviewed by CBS Baltimore about Ukrainian immigration to Maryland, Ukrainian-American’s tremendous contributions to the state, and the large Ukrainian community in the Baltimore region.

According to Preservation Maryland, Fells Point along with Patterson Park, Canton and Curtis Bay were among the most common communities for Ukrainian immigrants to resettle.

“It really begins in earnest in the 1870s-1890s. That’s when we see the largest influx of Ukrainian immigrants to Maryland and particularly to Baltimore,” said  Nicholas Redding, the organization’s president and CEO.

Watch the full Interview Here