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Annapolis, MD

CITY

Official Website:
http://www.annapolis.gov/

Chamber of Commerce:
http://www.annapolischamber.com/

Population:
35838 (2000 census)

Founding Date:
1708 (incorporated)

County:
Anne Arundel County

SCHOOLS

SchoolFounded
US Naval Academy
1845
St. John's College Annapolis
1696

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

CompanyFounded
UNC, Inc.
1954
CompuDyne
1952

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James M. Cain
Novelist
1-Jul-1892 27-Oct-1977 The Postman Always Rings Twice
Michele Carey
Actor
26-Feb-1943   Live a Little, Love a Little
Henry Winter Davis
Politician
16-Aug-1817 30-Dec-1865 Congressman from Maryland, 1855-65
Reverdy Johnson
Politician
21-May-1796 10-Feb-1876 US Senator and Attorney General
Rjyan Kidwell
Electronic Musician
1981   Cex
Barbara Kingsolver
Author
8-Apr-1955   Prodigal Summer
Billy Martin
Musician
15-Jun-1981   Guitar, Keyboards for Good Charlotte
Montgomery Meigs
Military
11-Jan-1945   Military analyst
Debbie Meyer
Swimmer
14-Aug-1952   Olympic freestyle swimmer

DEATHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charlie Byrd
Jazz Musician
16-Sep-1925 30-Nov-1999 Brought the Bossa Nova to America
Asaph Hall
Astronomer
15-Oct-1829 22-Nov-1907 Discovered the moons of Mars
Reverdy Johnson
Politician
21-May-1796 10-Feb-1876 US Senator and Attorney General
C. R. Smith
Business
9-Sep-1899 4-Apr-1990 CEO of American Airlines, 1934-68
Leo Strauss
Philosopher
20-Sep-1899 18-Oct-1973 Patron saint of Neoconservatism



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