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Baltimore: The City of Firsts
In the state of Maryland, Baltimore is considered as the largest city. The city was founded in 1729 and its seaport is recorded as the second largest in the Mid-Atlantic United States. Baltimore is a city that is known for many things. Among its nicknames are the “Mobtown”, “Charm City”, “Monument City”, “Clipper City”, “The Land of Pleasant Living” and the “City of Firsts”. The last nickname is a particularly intriguing one, because in the history of America, many cities and states claimed to have many firsts. However, it was Baltimore who claimed the rightful title.
When it comes to science and technology, Baltimore city will not be left out. Among its many firsts is the invention of a dredger, a boat or barge that is used to excavate and remove loose sand and mud in shallow waters, by John and Andrew Ellicot. Baltimore is also the first city to use gas-powered street lights. Some of the many technologies that were invented in the city were the refrigerator, electrical elevator, coal-burning steam locomotive, Radial heater, typesetting machine, venetian blinds, synthetic sweetening agent (Saccharine) and steam tanker.
Baltimore is also known for its many contributions to education. Baltimore is the site of the world’s first dental college called the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. The Baltimore Female College or the Goucher College was also the first teachers college for women. Among the many schools built in the city were the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute (first public-financed vocational school), Gilman School (first country day school) and the Notre Dame College (first Catholic college for women). The Public Library System of Baltimore is also the first with branches.
The city of Baltimore is also recognized as the birthplace of the railroads. The B&O Railroad was the country’s first long-distance track and commercial transportation railroad. It is also the one housing the first passenger and freight station. America’s first operating railroad depot, the Mt. Clare Station, is also in Baltimore.
When it comes to tourism, the city of Baltimore will never run out of destinations for local Americans and foreign tourists alike. The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum is the world’s first African-American wax museum, which is a delight to visit any time of the year. The monuments of Edgar Allan Poe and Columbus were also first built in Baltimore before anywhere else. Elizabeth Seton, the first Native American to be canonized is also a Baltimore resident.