food
Maryland’s Most Popular Dishes
09/19/2017 Bill Hart

From Crabs to Cookies: Maryland’s Most Popular Food   The state of Maryland is known to be rich in European culture, but it’s also known for its excellent cuisine. For the longest time, the people of Maryland have enjoyed delectable food which tends to be reminiscent and reflective of their history, culture, and natural riches.
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Maryland artists
Notable and Famous Maryland Artists
09/12/2017 Bill Hart

The Artists in Maryland Who Made a Mark in America’s Rich Art History   The state of Maryland is home to famous artists from all times. Ranging from the literary greats up to the best performing artists, the list of famous artists in Maryland goes on. Here are few of the notable famous Maryland artists
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Maryland
Things You Must Know about Maryland
09/05/2017 Bill Hart

Come and discover the Old Line State from abandoned places in Maryland to 5-star restaurants     The absorbing series about Maryland saw us covering the facts and history of the state from the colonial times to its independence. But how is it today? Known as the Old Line State, Maryland has a variety of
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sport of Maryland
Jousting: The State Sport of Maryland
08/22/2017 Bill Hart

The Remarkable Story of How the Maryland Sport Came to Be   In 1962, Maryland made history by being the first state of America to officially adopt a sport from medieval Europe—jousting. The account of how the sport captured the hearts of the people of Maryland can be traced back to 1839 with a certain
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Maryland State Symbols
Maryland State Symbols
08/01/2017 Bill Hart

State Symbols of Maryland You Should Know   National symbols are important in building a state or a nation’s identity. One state’s symbol can tell a story about the history and culture of the place at a particular time or event. Symbols make certain abstract concepts more tangible and understandable. A flag, for example, can
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Maryland in the 1800s
Maryland in the 1800s and the Star-Spangled Banner
07/19/2017 Bill Hart

Reviving the American Revolutionary Spirit: How Nineteenth-Century Maryland Inspired the Writing of the National Anthem The 1800s saw Maryland at the forefront of another American victory against European superpowers. In the previous century, the United States has just won their independence from the British Empire, but as a young nation, it was still reeling from
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USS Constellation
USS Constellation
06/13/2017 Bill Hart

How this warship proved to be a US history trophy For years, Maryland has boasted of being the home to many crown jewels from the rich history of America. One of these crown jewels is found afloat at Baltimore’s historic seaport, the Inner Harbor. It is the over-two-hundred-years-old US Navy warship that sailed across continents
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Steamboats Sail by Chesapeake Bay
05/30/2017 Bill Hart

How Steamboats and US History Are Intertwined Taken from an Algonquian word meaning “big river,” Chesapeake Bay is where steamboats sailed for almost 150 years. It was in 1807 that North River Steamboat first demonstrated the feasibility of using steam to propel boats for commercial use. However, it wasn’t until 1813, six years after, that
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Who was James McHenry, and why was he an important figure in US history?
05/02/2017 Bill Hart

An Irish-born American military surgeon and statesman, James McHenry was born in Ballymena of Country Antrim, Ireland, in 1753. Immigrating to Philadelphia in 1771, he was soon followed by his family the following year, and together they established an import business in Baltimore, Maryland. He originally had a classical education in Dublin as he was
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Maryland:<br>Lord Baltimore's Dream

Maryland:
Lord Baltimore's Dream

MARYLAND:<br>The Story Continues

MARYLAND:
The Story Continues