Mason-Dixon line

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the boundary between Maryland and Pennsylvania

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Although I am a Rochester, New York, native and have lived in cities globally," he says, "my experience south of the Mason-Dixon Line has turned me into a fan of and given me great love for Southern culture and cuisine.
Reverend Cherrycoke produces a narrative spanning seventy-eight chapters and separated into three parts which follows the amazing exploits of the astronomer Charles Mason and the land surveyor Jeremiah Dixon as they travel across the globe observing and recording the transit of Venus and drawing the Mason-Dixon Line.
Boundaries: How the Mason-Dixon Line Settled a Family Feud and Divided a Nation.
You will be able to sing along to the greatest songs from one of music's most iconic decades, in which MTV made its debut, music videos were actually filmed in malls (hello, Tiffany), and mullets spread north of the Mason-Dixon line.
In looking specifically at this key border state, adjacent to the Mason-Dixon Line, he not only shows how the legal victories of segregation opponents set the stage for the Brown v.
IN LABOUR/LE TRAVAIL, 71 (Spring 2013), 193-201, Jessica Millward published a review essay,"On Agency, Freedom, and the Boundaries of Slavery Studies," that included comment on Max Grivno's book Gleanings of Freedom: Free and Slave Labor Along the Mason-Dixon Line, 1790-1860 (2011).
and Maryland, workers can be fired for being LGBT in every state south of the Mason-Dixon line.
An intriguing account of an art movement below the Mason-Dixon line, and what set it apart from Northern counterparts.
Maryland is the 18th state to repeal the death penalty, and the first state below the Mason-Dixon Line to do so.
Gleanings of freedom; free and slave labor along the Mason-Dixon line, 1790-1860.
The most nefarious Christians in this world are Evangelical Protestants, most of whom live south of the Mason-Dixon line in the USA.
It was also the most-copied Rebel revolver south of the Mason-Dixon Line.
Not too likely below the Mason-Dixon Line at that point of the civil rights era, but small potatoes, I guess, compared to "American Affair's" whopper of a central conceit.
If only the Blues had a player named Dixon, we could recreate the Mason-Dixon Line.
Though he's popular in the Bible Belt, he's an afterthought in larger states north of the Mason-Dixon line.