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The Free State, Maryland was named for Henrietta Maria, the queen of England during the rule of Charles I. The state is located close to Washington D.C. and because of this a number of government organizations, such as the Internal Revenue Service and the Census Bureau, are located in this state. Maryland is a small state with a relatively large population. The varied topography of the state creates many different microclimates, though for the most part, weather in the state is cool in the winter and hot and humid in the summer. Maryland was the 7th state to enter the Union, which it did in 1788. It was one of the first 13 colonies and was founded in order to create a colony of English Catholics in the New World. The capital of Maryland is Annapolis and the largest city in the state is Baltimore. Baltimore is home to a number of sports teams, including the football team the Baltimore Ravens and the baseball team the Baltimore Orioles. There are also a number of prestigious universities in Maryland, including Johns Hopkins University and the United States Naval Academy. Many people who live in Maryland work in the life sciences. The state has a number of life sciences research and development companies. Maryland''s seaside towns still harvest large amounts of Maryland blue crab, which is sought after around the world for its delicate flavor and texture. The average household income in Maryland is the highest in the nation as of the 2010 census.

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