Maryland: The Old Line Stateby Michael A. Martin
Maryland has had a tough yet tenacious history. During the American Revolution, George Washington praised Maryland's soldiers as "troops of the line," and in the U.S. Civil War, the state protected Washington, D.C., and fought valiantly for the Union. Maryland today still contributes much to the nation, from presidential negotiations at Camp David to the groundbreaking research work at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
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