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Gazetteer of Maryland (1941)
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High Knob: (village) in Frederick County;
(1/2) mile west of Edgewood; elev. 1,150;
pop. (12).
(N. 39°28' W. 77°29') FRED

High Point: (point) in Cecil County; project-
ing into Chesapeake Bay, (3) miles south-
west of Charlestown; elev. (60).
(N. 39°32' W. 76°01') HAV

High Point: (village) in Harford County;
(2 1/2) miles southwest of Forest Hill; elev.
537; pop. (15).
(N. 39°33' W. 76°25') BEL
High Ridge: (village) in Howard County; see
High Rock: (village) in Allegany County; (1)
mile southwest of Black Oak; elev. 740; pop.
(N. 39°29' W. 78°55') KEY

High Rock: (summit) in Garrett County; in
Big Savage Mountain, (5) miles northwest
of Bloomington; elev. (3,000).
(N. 39°33' W. 79°06') GRA

High Rock: (summit) in Washington County;
of South Mountain, (1 1/2) miles northeast
of Edgemont; elev. (1,822).
(N. 39°42' W. 77°31') HAG

High Run: (run) in Frederick County; branch
of Hunting Creek, mouth (1/2) mile west of
(N. 39°36' W. 77°24') EMM

Highfield: (village) in Washington County;
(1 1/4) miles east of Pen Mar Park; elev.
1,396; pop. (62); P. O.; W. M. R.R.; Western
Union; Express Agency.
(N. 39°43' W. 77°29') EMM
Highland: in Baltimore County.
Highland: (village) in Frederick County; see
Highland School.

Highland: (village) in Harford County; (1/4)
mile northeast of Street; elev. 500.
(N. 39°40' W. 76°22') BEL

Highland: (village) in Howard County; (2)
miles southwest of Clarksville; elev. 520;
pop. (100); P. O.; U. S. 29.
(N. 39°11' W. 76°58') LAU

Highland: (village) in Prince George's County;
(1) mile southwest of Hyattsville; elev. 60.
(N. 38°56' W. 76°57') E.W.
Highland Beach: (town) in Anne Arundel
County; (3/4) mile north of Arundel on the
Bay; incorporated; pop. 9; P. O.; Md. 181.
(N. 38'56' W. 76°28') ANN

Highland Mill: (village) in Frederick County;
(1 1/2) miles southwest of Creagerstown; elev.
(N. 39°34' W. 77°24') EMM
Highland Park: in Baltimore County.

Highland Park: (town) in Montgomery County.

Highland School: (village) in Frederick
County; (1 1/2) miles southeast of Ellerton;
elev. 1,200.
(N. 39°31' W. 77°31') HAG

Highland View: (village) in Montgomery
County; (1 1/4) miles northeast of Silver
Spring (village); elev. 300.
(N. 39°00' W. 77°00') ROC

Highlandtown: (suburb) in Baltimore City;
see Baltimore City; elev. 100.

Highlandtown Junction: (junction) in Balti-
more City; see Baltimore City.

Highridge: (village) in Howard County;
(2 1/4) miles southwest of Savage; elev. 310;
pop. (203).
(N. 39°07' W. 76°52') LAU

Highrock: (rock) in Washington County; see
High Rock.

Hill Hill: in Frederick County.

Hill Island: (island) in Worcester County; see
Hills Island.

Hill Point: (point) in Anne Arundel County;
projecting into South River, (2 1/4) miles
northwest of Arundel on the Bay.
(N. 38°55' W. 76°30') OWE

Hill Run: (run) in Allegany County; branch
of George's Creek, mouth (1/2) mile north-
east of Lonaconing.
(N. 39°34' W. 78°58') FROST

Hill Side: in Baltimore County.

Hill Station: (station) in Prince George's
County; station of Penna. R.R.; (2) miles
north of Marlboro; elev. (70).
(N. 38°51' W. 76°45') E.W.

Hill Top: (village) in Charles County; see

Hillen Junction: (junction) in Baltimore City;
see Baltimore City.

Hillen Station: (station) in Baltimore City;
see Baltimore City.

Hillmead: (village) in Prince George's County;
(1 1/2) miles southeast of Glenndale; elev.
(N. 38°59' W. 76°48') E.W.

Hills Glen: in Allegany County.

Hills Island: (island) in Worcester County;
in Assawoman Bay, (2 1/2) miles southeast of
(N. 38°25' W. 75°06') OCE

Hills Point: (point) in Dorchester County;
north shore of Little Choptank River, (3 1/4)
miles southwest of James.
(N. 38°34' W. 76°19') SH.I.


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