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Discover the Battle of Baltimore as seen by Francis Scott Key aboard a ship outside of Fort McHenry. Explore the hallowed grounds of the Civil War at Antietam National Battlefield. Travel the path to freedom which was blazed by Harriet Tubman on the Underground Railroad. Delve into the literary, performing and visual arts at Strathmore, Olney Theatre or the Walters Art Museum. The opportunities are limitless!

Get more resources for students in the following pages.

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Maryland History Timeline
Capt John Smith Trail - The Shallop

Our timeline begins in 1608 when Captain John Smith explored the Chesapeake Bay.

Maryland History Timeline

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Maryland Facts
Bike Trail and Tracks of Maryland
Allegany County

Maryland has been called "America in Miniature" because so much is packed into its 10,460 square miles of land and water.

Maryland Facts

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Maryland's Regions
Covered Bridge
Visit Frederick

Maryland has five regions. They are the Western Region, Capital Region, Central Region, Southern Region and the Eastern Shore Region.

Maryland's Regions

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Maryland Topography
Family building sandcastle

Find out more about the Piedmont Plateau, Maryland's Appalachian Mountain region, containing the state's highest hills and the Atlantic Coastal Plain which divides Maryland into the Eastern Shore and the Western Shore. 

Maryland Topography

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Maryland's State Symbols
Crabs in Crisfield
Somerset County Tourism

There is little debate that Maryland has unique, and some of the coolest, state symbols!

State Symbols

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Learn About the First Marylanders
Historic St. Mary's City
Historic St. Mary's City

Experience the 17th century at Maryland's first capital - Historic St. Mary's City. Interactive and participatory displays at the village provide a glimpse into the lives of English settlers who sought democracy and toleration. 

The first inhabitants of Maryland were Paleo-Indians who came more than 10,000 years ago from other parts of North America to hunt mammoth, great bison and caribou.

Learn About the First Marylanders