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Gazetteer of Maryland (1941)
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Narrows Park: (town) in Allegany County;
(2) miles northwest of Cumberland; elev.
1,150; pop. (2,520); U. S. 40; Md. 272.
(N. 39°40' W. 78°48') FROST

Narrows Point: (point) in Kent County; pro-
jecting into Chester River, at Eastern Neck
(N. 39°01' W. 76°13') CHE

Nassawango Creek: (creek) in Wicomico and
Worcester Counties; branch of Pocomoke
River, mouth (2) miles southwest of Snow
(N. 38°10' W. 75°25') SNO

Naswadux: in Worcester County.

Nat Creek: (creek) in St. Mary's County;
branch of Cuckold Creek, mouth (3 1/2) miles
east of Hollywood.
(N. 38°21' W. 76°30') LEO

National P. O.: (village) in Allegany County;
see Carlos Junction.

Naval Academy: in Anne Arundel County; in
Annapolis; see 'Annapolis.

Naval Academy Junction: (village) in Anne
Arundel County; see Academy Junction.

Naval Proving Grounds: (government reserva-
tion) in Charles County; (1/4) mile west of
Indian Head; elev. (80).
(N. 38°36' W. 77°10') IND

Navy Point: in Talbot County.

Naylor: (village) in Prince George's County;
(2 1/4) miles northwest of Nottingham; elev.
170; pop. (32); P. O.; Md. 382.
(N. 38°43' W. 76°45') PRI.F.

Naylor's Landing: (landing) in Prince George's

Neal Sound: (sound) in Charles County; see
Neale Sound.

Neale Sound: (strait) in Charles County; con-
necting Potomac and Wicomico Rivers, and
separating Cobb Island from the mainland.
(N. 38°16' W. 76°51') WIC

Near Eden School: (village) in Washington
County; (1 1/2) miles northeast of Maugans-
ville; elev. 700; U. S. 11.
(N. 39°42' W. 77°43') HAG

Neavitt: (town) in Talbot County; (3) miles
southwest of Bozman; elev. (3) ; pop. (312) ;
P. O.; Md. 579.
(N. 38°43' W. 76°17') SH.I.

Nebo Mountain Summit: (mountain) in Gar-
rett County; see Mount Nebo.

Necker: (village) in Baltimore County; (2 1/2)
miles northeast of Fullerton; elev. 120; pop.
(37); U. S. 1.
(N. 39°23' W. 76°30') GUN

Ned Run: (run) in Garrett County; branch of
Muddy Creek, mouth (3 1/4) miles southwest
of Sang Run.
(N. 39°33' W. 79°29') ACC

Nedsonville: (village) in Wicomico County.

Neeld Estate: (village) in Calvert County;
(1/2) mile north of Plum Point; Md. 261.
(N. 38°37' W. 76°31') PRI.F.

Neelsville: (village) in Montgomery County;
(2) miles southeast of Clarksburg; elev. 525;
U. S. 240.
(N. 39°13' W. 77°15') SEN

Neff Run: (run) in Allegany County; branch
of Georges Creek, mouth at Midland.
(N. 39°35' W. 78°57') FROST

Negro Mountain: (mountain) in Garrett
County; west of Meadow Mountain, begin-
ning at Deep Creek and extending in north-
easterly direction into Pennsylvania; elev.
(N. 39° 42' W. 79° 13') GRA

Nelson Branch: (branch) in Baltimore County;
branch of Little Gunpowder Falls, mouth
(1 3/4) miles northeast of Manor.
(N. 39°34' W. 76°32') PAR

Nelson Island: (island) in Talbot County; in
Choptank River, between Harris Creek and
Broad Creek.
(N. 38°42' W. 76°16') SH.I.

Nelson Point: (point) in Charles County; on
north shore Mattawoman Creek, (1 1/2) miles
southeast of Indian Head.
(N. 38°35' W. 77°08') IND

Nelson Point: (point) in Talbot County; pro-
jecting into Choptank River, at juncture of
Broad Creek and Harris Creek.
(N. 38°42' W. 76°16') SH.I.

Nelsonville: (village) in Wicomico County.

Neri: (village) in Allegany County; (2 3/4)
miles southeast of Pratt; elev. 745; pop.
(50); U. S. 40.
(N. 39°41' W. 78°27') PAW

Net Detmold: in Allegany County.
Nethken: in Garrett County.
Neubert: in Somerset County.
New Branch: in Talbot County.
New Bridge: in Cecil County.

New Bridge: (village) in Talbot County; (2)
miles southeast of Matthews; elev. 20.
(N. 38°49' W. 75°55') DEN

New Germany: (village) in Garrett County;
(3 1/2) miles southeast of Jennings; elev.
2,471; pop. (20).
(N. 39°38' W. 79°07') GRA


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