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  2. Marc Elrich - Wikipedia

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    Marc Elrich (born November 2, 1949) is an American politician serving as the county executive of Montgomery County, Maryland. He is a former member of the Montgomery County Council and the Takoma Park City Council. He became the Democratic nominee for Montgomery County Executive in the 2018 primary before winning the general election.

  3. Kensington, Maryland - Wikipedia

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    Kensington is located in Montgomery County, northwest of Silver Spring, northeast of Bethesda, west of Wheaton and southeast of Rockville.Its latitude is 39°1′48″N, longitude 77°4′30″W.

  4. Delmarva Peninsula - Wikipedia

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    The border between Maryland and Delaware, which resulted from the 80-year-long Penn–Calvert Boundary Dispute, consists of the east–west Transpeninsular Line and the perpendicular north–south portion of the Mason–Dixon line extending north to just beyond its tangential intersection with the Twelve-Mile Circle which forms Delaware's border with Pennsylvania.

  5. Slavery in the colonial history of the United States - Wikipedia

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    Enslaved Africans performed a wide variety of skilled and unskilled jobs, mostly in the burgeoning port city and surrounding agricultural areas. In 1703 more than 42% of New York City 's households held slaves, a percentage higher than in the cities of Boston and Philadelphia , and second only to Charleston in the South.