US Civil War
What is above the mason dixon line?
Why was the divide line called the mason-dixon line?
The Mason-Dixon Line was commonly seen to separate?
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What are the states below the Mason Dixon line?
Maryland and all the states south of it are south of the Mason-Dixon line. It was originally a line separating Pennsylvania and Delaware from Maryland and Virginia. This boundary was extended agreed in 1779. The line was named after George Mason and Jerimiah Dixon. These men had surved the line, thus the name "Mason -Dixon".
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Who were the band members of mason dixon and the line?
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How long did it take to complete the Mason-Dixon line?
Why did Maryland get its state nickname The Old Line State?
Who were Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon?
What is the imaginary line that separates the north and the south in the United States?
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Is the city of Baltimore right on the Mason-Dixon line of 36-30 One has heard this often stated?
What was the Mason-Dixon Line known for in the 1800s and Civil War era?
How many presidents were born north of the mason dixon line?
What does the Mason-Dixon line divide?
The Mason-Dixon Line (or "Mason and Dixon's Line") was surveyed between 1763 and 1767 by Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon to respove a border dispute between British colonies in Colonial America. It forms part of the borders of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and West Virginia (then part of Virginia). The Mason-Dixon Line has come to symbolize a cultural boundary between the Northern United States and the Southern United States.