2 edition of Old Line State, a history of Maryland found in the catalog.
Old Line State, a history of Maryland
Morris Leon Radoff
|Series||Library of American lives|
|LC Classifications||F181 .R3|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||57001699|
Also, because old Maryland maps were usually commissioned by the county seat, they often display information about the county, including town names. The Maryland State Archives also holds a large collection of plats, atlases, and maps for the state. Many of those maps have tract and owner indexes available as well. The most well-known nickname for Maryland is "The Old Line State," seen on the U.S. Mint's bicentennial quarter for Maryland. All State Nicknames. According to some historians, General George Washington bestowed the name "Old Line State," associating Maryland with its regular line troops (the Maryland Line) who served courageously in many.
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Old Line State. According to some historians, General George Washington bestowed the name "Old Line State" and thereby associated Maryland with its regular line troops, the Maryland Line, who served courageously in many Revolutionary War battles.
From upcountry Maryland around Hagerstown and South Mountain to Baltimore and Chesapeake Bay, Maryland has a history of prosperous development while preserving the gifts of nature. All that is showcased and explained in this excellent book/5(4).
The Old Line State This nickname is, according to some, a reference to the Maryland soldiers who fought courageously in the Revolutionary War, the Maryland Line.
It is said that General George Washington referred to these soldiers as "The Old Line.". Mathias --Annapolis: colonial metropolis and state capital / John M.
Hemphill --Baltimore / John Torry Caton --Maryland architecture: Old Line State first two centuries / Henry Chandlee Forman --Shipbuilding in Maryland / Marion V.
Brewington --Military Maryland / James H. Fitzgerald Brewer --Natural resources / William H. Bayliff --Maryland government. Maryland: A Guide to the Old Line State. US History Publishers, - Maryland. Maryland, a Guide to the Old Line State, Best Books on Limited preview - Maryland: A Guide to the Old Line State: Publisher: US History Publishers, ISBN: earned the nickname “Old Line State” in the American Revolution.
The Maryland Line, Maryland’s regiments of regulars, achieved a reputation as the saviors of the Continental Army and the cause of independence. References to the “Old Line” are a tribute to the Maryland Line, but more specifically.
This Historical and Literary Map of the Old Line State of Maryland is a reprint of the edition by Edward Tunis published by the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore, Maryland.
Map image measures approximately 36" x 24". Entire print measures approximately " x " which includes a " white border. Legend has it that Maryland’s nicknamed the Old Line State in honor of Revolutionary War soldiers who faced off agai British soldiers in a battle in These soldiers, which.
Stackpole Books, - History - pages 1 Review Tales of unexplained phenomena in Maryland, including the bleeding stone of White House Farm, the vengeful ghost of Bigg Lizz, the Chesapeake sea monster fondly known as Chessie, America's most haunted lighthouse, the mysterious "Toaster" who visits Edgar Allan Poe's grave, and dozens more.5/5(1).
Maryland (US: / ˈ m ɛr ə l ə n d / MERR-ə-lənd) is a state in the Mid-Atlantic region of the Eastern United States, bordering Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia to its south and west; Pennsylvania to its north; and Delaware and the Atlantic Ocean to its east.
The state's largest city is Baltimore, and its capital is its occasional nicknames are Old Line. Geography has provided Maryland a role in U.S. history as a pivot between the North and the South.
Its northern border with Pennsylvania is the famous Mason and Dixon Line, drawn in the s to settle disputes between the Penn and Calvert families and traditionally regarded as the boundary between the North and the the south much of the boundary with Virginia is formed by the Potomac.
The Old Line State, a history of Maryland; a source edition recording the early and contemporary history of Maryland through the medium of extensive research and the life histories of its most constructive members, chronicling the backgrounds and activities of its prominent families and personages, with emphasis on their accomplishments in making Maryland one of America's greatest states.
The state’s nickname, Old Line State, is said to have come from none other than General George Washington, who referred to Maryland’s courageous Revolutionary War soldiers as the Old Line.
Long before it became known as Maryland, people made their homes in the area. As many as 40 Native American tribes lived there as long as 3, years ago. Although Maryland was a slave state below the Mason-Dixon Line, the state did not join the Confederacy during the American Civil War.
Capital: Annapolis Population: 5, (). By Nicholas A. Redding InAmerican independence was anything but certain. Maryland troops under General Washington fought a pitched battle that may have saved the entire army and earned the state its nickname; The Old Line State.
Maryland Troops Save the Continental Army. Explore the long history of Maryland & the stories that influenced the state. Arcadia Publishing sells the best variety of Maryland history books online. Gen. Washington famously called Maryland’s forces, “the Old Line,” for their discipline in battle, holding up the backbone of America’s untrained army.
To appreciate the value of Maryland’s troops. This is how Maryland got the nickname "The Old Line State." Becoming a State After the war, Maryland ratified the new United States Constitution and was the seventh state to join the Union on Ap War of Maryland was also involved in the War of between the United States and Great Britain.
Two major battles occurred. In Maryland adopted a declaration of rights and a state constitution and sent soldiers and supplies to aid the war for independence; supposedly the high quality of its regular "troops of the line" earned Maryland its nickname, the Old Line State.
As a border state with ties to both sides, Maryland and its people played a unique role in the war. This series of essays on Maryland's involvement in the conflict and its aftermath highlights some of the personalities and events that make Maryland's Civil War stories unusual and compelling/5(2).
Maryland is divided by the Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary in the United States. One of the original thirteen colonies, Maryland has a rich history. Young readers will learn about everything from crabbing to Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad. Food, festivals, and the major cities are also explored/5(1).Here’s the breakdown on how many Maryland state quarters were made at each US Mint facility: Philadelphia — ,; Denver — ,; And we can’t forget the proof coins that were made at the San Francisco Mint: S copper-nickel clad proof Maryland quarter — 4,; S 90% silver proof Maryland quarter — ,From Antietam to Assateague, from Charles County's Tobacco Road to the mountainous Green Ridge Forest, the natural and historic sites of Maryland are among the nation's richest and most diverse.
Now, the newly revised and updated edition of this guidebook provides a complete, compact, and reliable companion for travel anywhere in the state.