Maryland: The 7th state to enter the Union did so on April 28, 1788. Gen. George Washington gave the state its nickname of "Old Line State" during the Revolutionary War. Annapolis, once the capital of the U.S., was known as the Athens of America during the 17th century. The Mason-Dixon Line that marks the boundary between Maryland and Pennsylvania was named after the British surveyors who mapped it between 1763 and 1767. The Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary was the first cathedral in the U.S. and is considered a masterpiece.
The people of Maryland need countertops too, and there are plenty of places to supply them! You can find a list of countertop businesses in Maryland here.
This is a sneak peek at our efforts to compile the most complete list of countertop fabricators in the United States from A to Z. We will be working on Maine next and hope to give you a look at that list as soon as its available. And you will find it here first.