Why Cumberland, Maryland and Oldtown, Maryland are similar

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  • In 1748–1750, the Ohio Company hired Thomas Cresap who had opened a series of trading posts along the Potomac at Long Meadow, Oldtown, Maryland and Will's Creek (now Cumberland) on the foot of the eastern climb up the Cumberland Narrows along what was soon to be called the Nemacolin Trail, one of only three mid-mountain-range crossings of the Appalachian Ridge and Valley system outside the Hudson-Great Lakes route, or southern Georgia-Mississippi-Western Tennessee plains route.Ohio Company-Wikipedia

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