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Seneca Quarry in Montgomery County: A Must-Visit Area Ruin
Explore the abandoned 19th century Seneca Quarry in Maryland, which provided the iconic red sandstone for DC landmarks like the Smithsonian Castle.
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Obsessing Over Old Maps: A Look at Rockville in 1879
We are obsessed with old maps, and here's another one to obsess over! Take a look at this map of Rockville, Maryland in 1879. Learn more about the history of Montgomery County too!
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Exploring Bethesda and Montgomery County: A Map of the Area from 1878
Explore the area around Bethesda and Montgomery County, MD with this 1878 map. Learn why it was named Montgomery County and more! Click for a larger map.
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Why Is It Named Montgomery County? The Etymology of the 10th Richest County in the US
Learn the etymology of Montgomery County, the 10th richest county in the US. Find out why it was named after Major General Richard Montgomery, who was killed in action in 1775.

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