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List of people from Maryland

 

List of people from Maryland

The following are some notable people from the American state of Maryland, listed by their field of endeavor. This list may not include Federal officials and members of the United States Congress who live in Maryland but are not actual natives.

Contents

  • Politicians, jurists, and statesmen 1
  • Architects 2
  • Scientists and inventors 3
  • Authors, including journalists 4
  • Musicians 5
  • Actors, filmmakers, and entertainers 6
  • Athletes 7
  • Visual artists 8
  • Individuals of historic significance 9
  • Miscellaneous 10
  • See also 11
  • References 12

Politicians, jurists, and statesmen

Architects

Scientists and inventors

Authors, including journalists

Musicians

Actors, filmmakers, and entertainers

Athletes

Visual artists

Individuals of historic significance

Miscellaneous

See also

References

  1. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/george-archer/
  2. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/charles-l-carson/
  3. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/frank-e-davis/
  4. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/t-buckler-ghequier/
  5. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/jackson-c-gott/
  6. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/thomas-c-kennedy/
  7. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/alfred-mason/
  8. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/john-murdoch/
  9. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/josias-pennington/
  10. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/otto-g-simonson/
  11. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/douglas-h-thomas/
  12. ^ http://baltimorearchitecture.org/biographies/james-bosley-noel-wyatt/
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