The Northeast

Maryland and Maine

The Northeast

The Northeast, is a geographical region of the United States bounded to the north by Canada, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by the South and to the west by the Midwest. Though lacking a unified cultural identity, the Northeastern region is the nation's most economical developed, densely populated, and culturally diverse region. Out of the four regions, the Northeast is the second most urban with 85% residing urbanization. The Northeast has coastal plains, broad low lands, and is along the Atlantic Ocean. Some resources are tee tiles, iron/steel, lumber,and fishing and shipping.

Maryland

About Maryland

Maryland is known to many as the Old Line State. During the Revolutionary War, General George Washington called Maryland "Old Line State" and thereby associated Maryland with its regular line troops, the Maryland Line. However, Maryland is also known as The Free State, and was first recognized as a "free state" on November 1, 1864. On that day, the Maryland Constitution of 1864 took effect. Residents settled on Maryland's 12,407 square miles are often referred to as Marylanders. On a map, you can see that Maryland is represented with an MD; on certain maps you can see the largest city in the state is understood to be Baltimore with roughly 622,104 people. Maryland's capital is Annapolis, and the entire state's population is 5.976 million people. Maryland's state bird is the Baltimore Oriole, its state flower is the Black-eyed Susan, and its state tree is the White Oak. A common song sang in the Old Line State would be its very own state song: Maryland, My Maryland. The state motto is "Fatti maschii, parole femine." or Strong deeds, womanly word." However, today we'd say "gentle words."