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    Sentences forHagerstown, Maryland

    • I-70 enters from Pennsylvania north of Hancock and continues east for 93 mi to Baltimore, connecting Hagerstown and Frederick along the way.Maryland-Wikipedia
    • He stayed one night en route in Hagerstown, Maryland, at the Washington House, on West Washington Street.John Brown (abolitionist)-Wikipedia
    • US 40 passes directly through the center of Hagerstown using Washington Avenue (eastbound) and Franklin Street (westbound).U.S. Route 40-Wikipedia
    • (The home still stands in Hagerstown, Maryland.) The first Studebaker wagon factory was built in the same year next to the home.Studebaker-Wikipedia
    • The B&O had decided against a direct line to Hagerstown, though the city had petitioned the Directors.Baltimore and Ohio Railroad-Wikipedia
    • Another important route continued along the Potomac River from near Frederick, to Hagerstown, where it split.Frederick, Maryland-Wikipedia

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