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is closest in size to Hawaii (10,930.98 sq mi), the next smallest state. The next largest state, Maryland 's neighbor West Virginia, is just under twice the size of Maryland (24,229.76 sq mi). Maryland possesses a great variety of topography , hence its nickname, "America in Miniature."

Linthicum, Maryland print that page

As a developed community, Linthicum began with the 1908 founding of the "Linthicum Heights Company", though a "Linthicum" or "Linthicum's" station on the 1887 Annapolis and Baltimore Short Line railroad existed at least as early as 1889. The community's name was from the area's primary land

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Frederick, Maryland print that page

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schoolmaster from the Rhineland Palatinate named Johann Thomas Schley (d. 1790), who came to the Maryland colony with his wife, Maria Winz. Schley built the first house of the new town; as late as the

Garrett County, Maryland print that page

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West Virginia lie to the south and west. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is to the north. The Maryland–Pennsylvania boundary was surveyed and marked between April 1765 and October 1767 by astronomer Charles Mason and surveyor Jeremiah Dixon . This boundary is commonly known as the Mason

Cumberland, Maryland print that page

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educational achievement levels of the city residents lag behind those of Allegany County and the state of Maryland . High school diploma attainment figures for residents 25 years of age and older were lower than the state average (83.8%), with Allegany County at 79.9% and Cumberland at 79.3

Thurmont, Maryland print that page

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Thurmont was originally incorporated in 1751 as the Town of Mechanicstown. The name was changed to Thurmont by an act of the Maryland General Assembly on January 18, 1894. The Western Maryland Railway built its main railroad line to Thurmont in 1871, connecting the town with Baltimore

Randallstown, Maryland print that page

within a close drive of the Randallstown area. Bus service in Randallstown is available on the Maryland Transit Administration 's bus routes 54 and 77 . [ edit ] Notable residents Sisqo , of the R&B group Dru Hill Ray Lewis , linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens . Mario , R&B and Pop

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Arbutus, Maryland print that page

The Thomas Viaduct was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1966. [ 2 ] Contents 1 Geography 2 Demographics 3 Emergency services 4 Universities and colleges 5 Residents of note 6 See also 7 References [ edit ] Geography Arbutus is located at 39

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Potomac, Maryland print that page

point is Potomac Village, a small cluster of upscale shops and businesses at the intersection of Maryland State Highway 189 (Falls Road, which connects the Great Falls of the Potomac River in the south to Rockville in the north) and Maryland State Highway 190 (River Road, which runs from

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Westminster, Maryland print that page

zone, and experiences higher annual snowfall and colder temperatures than the southern half of Maryland , which has a humid subtropical climate. [ edit ] Tornado activity Westminster's historical tornado activity is slightly above the Maryland state average and 38% greater than the overall

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