Maryland Historical Populated Places

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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
Admiral Anne Arundel
Airport Beach Baltimore
Alberton Howard
Allibone Harford
Annemessix Towne Somerset
Applegarth Dorchester
Asberry Anne Arundel
Asylum Baltimore
Bald Friar Cecil
Bank Cecil
Battle Calvert
Bay Shore Park Baltimore
Bayshore Baltimore
Bayview Worcester
Bel Hill Cecil
Berrett Garrett
Bethel Somerset
Blairtown Caroline
Bosley Baltimore
Bradleysburg Caroline
Bradshaw Garrett
Bridewell Anne Arundel
Brightside Baltimore
Bristol Charles
Bristol Landing Anne Arundel
Browns Store Washington
Canavest Frederick
Carrs Store Baltimore
Cash Corner Cecil
Catlin Queen Anne's
Cherryfield Charles
Cider Barrel Motor Home Court Montgomery
Claremont Baltimore (city)
Cole Harford
Concord Cecil
Conowingo Cecil
Cover Carroll
Crabster Carroll
Crawford Acres Cecil
Cromwell Anne Arundel
Cylburn Baltimore (city)
Dares Calvert
Darinton Baltimore
Davis Howard
Deercreek Harford
Denbigh Kent
Dennis Frederick
Doncaster Talbot
Dorseys Run Howard
Dulaney Valley Baltimore
Edwin Somerset
Ennalls Dorchester
Ewingville Cecil
Eyeler Frederick
Fitzell Baltimore
Five Points Cecil
Flintville Harford
Fords Wharf Somerset
Forest Grove Montgomery
Forestvale Montgomery
Foys Hill Cecil
Frankford Wicomico
Frederick Frederick
Frost Allegany
Gareys Caroline
Geices Garrett
Glen Cove Harford
Gluckheim Dorchester
Goldsborough Kent
Goldsborough Talbot
Good Luck Prince George's
Gorsuch Carroll
Grafton Charles
Grafton Shops Harford
Gunrich Baltimore
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