Asked in US Civil War
Did people in Maryland have slaves before the civil war?
Maryland was a slave state. It was blocked from seceding because it borders the District of Columbia on three sides. ...
Asked in Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC
Is Washington D.C. mostly in Maryland or Virginia?
Neither. Washington D.C. is not part of any state. However, it is surrounded on three sides by Maryland. ...
What southern state could not leave during the civil war?
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 to get out of the Union. ...
Asked in History, Elections and Voting
Who was the last Republican president to win the Maryland vote?
Former President George H.W. Bush carried the state of Maryland by three percentage points in the election of 1988. This was the last time that Maryland voted for a Republican presidential candidate. ...
Asked in Women's Health, Tubal Ligation, Iowa
What is the age that a woman can get her tubes tied in the state of Maryland?
i don't know about Maryland but in Ohio you can get your tubes tied if you turn 23 or have three kids...i don't know if all states are the same or not ...
What three state capitals begin with a?
Albany (New York), Annapolis (Maryland), Atlanta (Georgia), Augusta (Maine), Austin (Texas) ...
Asked in College Applications and Entrance Requirements, Student Loans and Financial Aid, University of Tennessee
If you stay in state for three months are you qualified for in state tuition?
The rules vary from state to state. Many places it is a full year. There are other ways of getting it waived in some states. ...
Asked in Maryland
What is the state vegetable of Maryland?
Maryland does not have an Official State Vegetable. Only ten US States have named a State Vegetable and three of those states have not named it by law as the Official State Vegetable. Four have the onion, two the Sweet potato and New Mexico has both the Chile and Pinto Beans. Not to be outdone, Arkansas has named the South Arkansas Vine Ripe Tomato as both its Official State Fruit and the Official State Vegetable. ...