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  • Maryland was the hometown of the Babe and the Raven: Baseball great Babe Ruth and Edgar Allen Poe lived there. Poe is also buried in Baltimore's Westminster Cemetery.

  • The state sport of Maryland is jousting, a competition between two armored contestants mounted on horses in which each tries to strike the other with a lance. The sport has been enjoyed in Maryland for 300 years.

  • Maryland is famous for great seafood, especially crabs. During lunch hour on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay, vendors sell almost as many crabcakes as hot dogs and hambugers combined.

  • Maryland's Mount Clare Station, built in Baltimore in 1830, was the first railroad station in the United States.

  • Notorious gunslinger Doc Holliday was called "Doc" because he was a dentist. Holliday learned his trade at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery.

  • Kunta Kinte, the slave ancestor of Roots author Alex Haley, arrived in Annapolis in 1767. This is now commemorated at the City Dock by a plaque and statue of Haley.

  • The Mother Seton House in Baltimore and the National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg both celebrate the life of the first American to be sainted, a Baltimore resident.

  • America's first umbrellas were produced in Baltimore, beginning in 1828.

  • Each year on September 17, 23,100 luminaries are lit at Maryland's Antietam National Battlefield to honor the dead of America's bloodiest one-day battle, fought during the Civil War.

  • The Mason-Dixon line was drawn between Pennsylvania and Maryland in the 1760s to end a border dispute. The line is traditionally thought of as the division between America's North and South.


Mr. Douglas Hemphill

This web site is designed to provide you with as much information as possible about the many programs, events, and initiatives in our Federal Executive Board area. All federal agencies and installations are considered “members” of the FEB.

To learn more about the FEB and Maryland area federal agencies, see our Vision, Values, and Mission Statement.

We look forward to your participation and input!

Mr. Douglas Hemphill, Chair
2017 Board of Directors
Baltimore Federal Executive Board

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