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[photo, Farmland, Catoctin (Washington County), Maryland]
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  • Farmland, Catoctin (Washington County), Maryland, August 2004. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.

    Maryland is divided into five provinces with progressively higher altitudes from east to west.

    Mean elevation, 350 feet.

    Maximum elevation, 3,360 feet at Backbone Mountain.

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