The Proprietor was Cecil Calvert, the 2 nd Lord Baltimore. Maryland's first Governor was his younger brother Leosnard Calvert who brought the first colonists to Maryland in 1…634. that is right but here is some more info. King Charles the 1st gave the colony to George Calvert. However, it was George Calvert son the 2nd Lord Baltimore or Cecil Calvert, who actually found Maryland.. ( Full Answer )
Well if you are near Baltimore theres a little crime but theres tons of places to go visit. If your near the eastern part of Maryland, Ocean City is the place to be. During th…e summer its not to hot its just perfect. During the winters....its brutal. ( Full Answer )
It is diverse and varied ranging from the pine forests in the western Appalachian Mountains, the hardwood groves in the rolling hills of the Piedmont region to marshes and san…d dunes in the Atlantic Coastal region. ( Full Answer )
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. ( Full Answer )
Major Rivers - Potomac River, Patapsco River, Patuxent River, Susquehanna River. Major Lakes - Lake Oakland, Deep Creek Lake, Prettyboy Reservoir, Loch Raven Reservoir. Hi…ghest Point - Backbone Mountain - 3,360 feet above sea level. ( Full Answer )
Because of the population Maryland has become a major producer of fluid milk and dairy products. That has caused a major shift in acerage to provide hay, forage and silage fo…r the dairy herds. ( Full Answer )
Maryland was founded by Lord Baltimore. It was founded because it was made for religious freedom for catholics. I know its a short answer but it answers the question! Hope i…ts helpful :) ( Full Answer )
Maryland Landmarks: .
The Concord Point Lighthouse. .
The Phoenix Shot Tower. .
The State House in Annapolis. .
The US Naval Academy. .
Backbone Mountain. .
Assateague …Island. .
The Antietam Battlefield. .
The Ocean City Boardwalk. .
The Hooper Strait Lighthouse. .
Fort McHenry. ( Full Answer )
Go to Baltimore: View the city from The World Trade Center, located on the edge of the Inner Harbor. Head north and climb the Washingtion Moument, the first moument to the Fat…her or the Country, just blocks from the Harbor. Play at the ESPN zone, next to the Trade Center. Also at the Harbor: The Science Center, two shopping courts, paddle boats. Also tour the u-boat that sank the last Japanese ship of Wrold War II. The National Aquarium is also at the Harbor. Free shows take place at the harbor all summer long. Take your sweetheart out on a mini cruise. Head East to Fells Point, home to several restaurant and night clubs. Drine over to FT. McHenry and see where the Battle of Baltimore took place. Head north and see the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, one of the oldest in the country. Sports fans should head over to Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Rated one of the best ballparks in America, it is the home of the Baltimore Orioles. Just south of the ballpark is M&T Bank Stadium, hame of the Baltimore Ravens. ( Full Answer )
The Piedmont region of Maryland, specifically central maryland, is very suitable for farming. This area consists of gently rolling hills and some forested areas that is suitab…le for cattle and horses. The Eastern shore also consists of many farms, which are actually a cause of pollution of the Chesapeake Bay. Farms give off tremendous amounts of animal waste and pesticides, that flow into the bay waters. ( Full Answer )
Not as breeders. Some may wander there after nesting dispersal, but these are usually young birds, and will eventually return to the mountains. Ravens have extended their rang…e in some parts of Virginia and North Carolina. ( Full Answer )