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Maryland – the Old Line State

   
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Maryland State Bird: Baltimore Oriole

 

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Maryland State Bird: Baltimore Oriole

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Top Five Facts

 

1. ) Francis Scott Key wrote the Star-Spangled Banner while watching the bombardment of Ft. McHenry (Baltimore) during the War of 1812.

2. ) The Battle of Antietam, in Sharpsburg, Maryland, was the bloodiest one-day battle in the history of the United States.

3. ) The Maryland-Pennsylvania border is called the Mason-Dixon Line and represents the traditional border between north and south.

4. ) Assateague Island is famous for its wild horses, descended from 17th century horses.

5. ) Edgar Allan Poe wrote his famous poem "The Raven," in Baltimore, Maryland. The city’s professional football team, the Baltimore Ravens is named after the poem.

 

Maryland in History

 
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Maryland Colony

Revolutionary War

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Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad

American Civil War

Border States in the Civil War

Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg)

 

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Maryland in Detail

 
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Maryland People

 
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Francis Scott Key

Frederick Douglass

Harriet Tubman

Edgar Allan Poe

Thurgood Marshall

Babe Ruth

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