Is Maryland the south state from Delaware?
Maryland is West of Delaware and South of Delaware.
State. North of Maryland. South of New Jersey.
Annapolis, the capital city of Maryland, is approximately 55 miles southwest of Dover, Delaware.
Delaware is located on the west bank of the Delaware River, just south of Pennsylvania and west across the Delaware Bay from New Jersey. It is also to the east and north of the state of Maryland. Delaware has beaches on the Atlantic Ocean that are just north of the Maryland beaches.
No other nations boarder Maryland. Maryland is a state. The state is bordered by Pennsylvania to the North, Delaware to the East, Virginia to the South, and West Virginia to the West.
The states that border Maryland are in the north east Delaware in the north west Pennsylvania , and in the south: Virginia and west Virginia.
Delaware is directly to the East of Maryland.
It is Delaware
Pennsylvania to the North, Delaware to the East, Virginia to the South, and West Virginia to the West.
maryland and delaware
Delaware shares a border with Pennsylvania and with Maryland.
Delaware is bordered to the south and west by Maryland, to the northeast by New Jersey, and to the north by Pennsylvania. Annapolis is the capital city in the U.S. state of Maryland. Trenton is the capital city in the U.S. state of New Jersey. Harrisburg is the capital city of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Delaware. Delaware is a tiny state - it has only three counties. It was a slave state, like Maryland. Delaware borders only Maryland, and Maryland is in between Delaware and the rest of the southern states. Maryland tried to secede, and Lincoln imprisoned its governor and most of its state legislators without trial, and installed a new government in Maryland made up of pro-Union men. Delaware, seeing what happened to Maryland, did not even try… Read More
Pennsylvania on the west, New York to the north. (Delaware & Maryland are south, but not in direct contact.)
Delaware is bordered by Maryland, new jersey, and pennsylvania
Short pieces of Delaware and Maryland are south of Pennsylvania and part of West Virginia is to the southwest. These three states share borders with Pennsylvania.
In order to get to Washington DC from the state of Pennsylvania, you must travel south through the states of Maryland and Delaware.
Maryland became the 7th state of the United States of America on April 28, 1788. Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut and Massachusetts were states prior to Maryland. South Carolina, New Hampshire and Virginia joined shortly after Maryland.
Absolutely not. Pennsylvania is in the northeast, directly south of The State of New York, east of the State of Ohio, north of parts of West Virgina, Maryland, east of part of Delaware, and is west of New Jersey.
Pennsylvania on the north and Maryland on the west and south. Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland.
its Delaware geez people!
Delaware and West Virginia
East of Maryland and South of New Jersey and Pennsylvania The state located at the Atlantic Coast in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Delaware is a state located on the Atlantic Coast in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States
The U.S. state that is located directly south of Central Maryland is Virginia. On the Western end of Maryland, the state south of that area is West Virginia. Hope I helped...
Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri are the four border states of the North and South. (West Virginia is also a border state)
Type your answer here... no, Delaware was a colonie by itself til it became a state
No. Although Delaware law recognizes out-of-state registered domestic partnerships ("DPs") that are substantially equal to marriage as civil unions, Maryland DPs provide only limited rights and are not substantially equal to marriage. Therefore Maryland DPS are not recognized in Delaware as civil unions.
Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia and West Virginia all share borders with Maryland.
Yes. Delaware, though not traditionally considered a Southern state, was a slave state, like Maryland, before the Civil War.
The border state of Maryland was a central state in the US Civil War, and had the border state of Delaware on its east, the Union State of Pennsylvania to its north, and the Confederate state of Virginia to its south.
Maryland, Missouri, Delaware, and Kentucky
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland.
Maryland is in the USA right next to Delaware and it is very small compared to other states. Maryland in on the eastern seaboard, off the Atlantic Ocean. It is surrounded by: Delaware on the east, Pennsylvania on the north, West Virginia on the west and south, and Virginia on the south. Near the Chesapeake bay.
Baltimore is a U.S. city in Maryland. Annapolis is the capital city in the U.S. state of Maryland. Maryland is a state in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, bordering Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. to its south and west; Pennsylvania to its north; and Delaware to its east.
Maryland is boardered by Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Delaware.
South Dakota has more Native Americans then Delaware.
California (New respondent) No, it was the four slave-states of the Upper South that had remained loyal. Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland and Delaware.
Missouri, Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky.
no! delaware, and definetly roade island are smaller.
Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland, Delaware.
No. You can only get a driver's license from the state you live in.
Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland, Delaware
no because if Delaware was the first state in the union then Delaware obviously had a royal colony and Maryland was the 5th state to enter the union so there had to be a state before it with a royal colony so........................ NO! and if you don't think this answers true research it yourself.
Delaware shares a land border with Maryland and Pennsylvania. New Jersey can be said to be a state surrounding Delaware, but the land borders are separated by water.
Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland, Delaware.
It borders Delaware and Maryland to the southeast and West Virginiato the southwest.
Delaware Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia
In the Upper South - Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland, Delaware.