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- Jan 7, 2005
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- Front Royal, Va.
The first English settlement in Md was in southern md I believe. I know the first state house was there. So in reality maybe the shore should be it’s own state.I mean, there’s plenty of people who do not consider the western shore as part of Maryland. Or they at least feel it should be a different state.
I don’t think so but maybe your right. I was always was told St. clements island was the first landing. Here is what the historians sayIt was on Kent Island.
i will say that in some of the areas on the shore where white boots are the norm they kinda speak their own variation of the english language but I can't say whether or not their reading comprehension is any worse than some in other areas. they just speak a bit different but good people.Where is the reading comprehension the worst: on the lower shore, eastern shore, western shore or southern Maryland?
No matter how you put it in google it says the first settlement was St. Mary’s city but if you google Kent and look it says it was ? I had never looked it up spent a lot of summers within a stones throw and was always told St. Mary’s city was first settlement in Md. but by date obviously Kent wasKent Island was first...St Clements was a year or two later, historic marker on the island reads the first Catholic Mass in the colonies was there.