Maryland Historical Islands


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Amos Island Harford Conowingo Dam
Beacon Clumps Worcester Tingles Island
Booby Island Baltimore Middle River
Carpenter Island Queen Anne's Langford Creek
Cockey Island Kent Langford Creek
Collier Islands Worcester Ocean City
Courtnay Island Dorchester Bloodsworth Island
De Coursey Island Queen Anne's Queenstown
Dutch Island Harford Conowingo Dam
Grassy Island Worcester Ocean City
Hathaway Island Baltimore Sparrows Point
Hen and Chickens Island Worcester Selbyville
Heron Island St. Mary's Saint Clements Island
Hickory Island Harford Conowingo Dam
Hog Island Calvert North Beach
Indian Rock Cecil Conowingo Dam
James Island Dorchester Taylors Island
Long Island Dorchester Bloodsworth Island
Long Island Cecil Conowingo Dam
Long Island Harford Conowingo Dam
Meadow Island Harford Conowingo Dam
Mills Island Cecil Conowingo Dam
Mutton Island Harford Conowingo Dam
Oak Island Worcester Assawoman Bay
Parker Island Anne Arundel Deale
Persimmon Island Cecil Conowingo Dam
Phillips Island Harford Gunpowder Neck
Punch Island Dorchester Taylors Island
Reedy Island Worcester Assawoman Bay
Rich Island Worcester Assawoman Bay
Ross Island Harford Conowingo Dam
Rough Island Cecil Conowingo Dam
Sharps Island Talbot Hudson
Spry Island Harford Gunpowder Neck
Stump Island Harford Conowingo Dam
Swan Island Kent Swan Point
Turtle Egg Island Somerset Bloodsworth Island
Wills Island Charles Mathias Point
Yorkshire Island Somerset Great Fox Island
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