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The densely populated Mid-Atlantic state of Maryland is considered to be the birthplace of religious freedom in the United States, and it could be your home. One of the original thirteen colonies, Maryland was the seventh state to ratify the Constitution. Some notable people from Maryland include Babe Ruth, Harriet Tubman, and Michael Phelps.
When you live in Maryland, you live in America in Miniature. The total land area of the state is relatively small, but contains a large variety of geographic features from rolling hills of forests to sandy dunes to marshlands. On the south side, across the Potomac River, the mid-portion of the border is interrupted by Washington, D.C., the nation’s capital. Most of the state's waterways are part of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, a body so prominent in Maryland’s geography and economy that many attempts have been made to officially change the state’s nickname to the Bay State.
Maryland has a lot of great things to offer its residents. Fishing is an important part of the state's economy. A large component of this is commercial fishing in Chesapeake Bay, mainly blue crab, oysters, striped bass, and menhaden. Maryland has large areas of fertile agricultural land in its coastal and Piedmont zones. Maryland is also a major center for biotechnology research and development.
The state capital is Annapolis, and great choice for relocation. Here you can find the oldest state house still in continuous legislative use. The Annapolis Maritime Museum is located in the last oyster packing plant to operate in Annapolis, on the shores of Back Creek. Other points of interest include the U.S. Naval Academy Museum featuring exhibits related to naval history and the training of sailors and marines by the US Naval Academy and St John’s College, the third oldest academic building in continuous use.
Another popular choice is Baltimore, the largest city in the state. It is also the second largest port in the Mid-Atlantic. Baltimore has a service-oriented economy, with the Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Johns Hopkins University the city's top two employers. Having hundreds of identified districts, Baltimore has been called "a city of neighborhoods." Call Allied today and you can be at home in Maryland.