Baltimore, 1730 – 1830: Location of Opportunity

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At the same time, the demand for wheat and flour began to rise. This demand was initially domestic, brought on by increasing population. Soon, production exceeded the region’s needs and the high quality flour produced from the wheat grown in Maryland, eastern Virginia and southern Pennsylvania, became an important export commodity...
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This mineral resource was prevalent throughout the region. There was great demand in England and continental Europe, as well as the colonies, for pig iron. Here again, there was an international as well as a domestic market for this commodity which added to the economic potential of the new town. A locale suitable for establishing a seaport usually supported a shipbuilding industry as well, and this held true for Baltimore...
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