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In 1814 in Baltimore, Samuel Sands made the first printing of the Star Spangled Banner!
In 1828 the first American umbrella factory in the U.S. was built in Baltimore!
The first dental college in the world - Baltimore College of Dental Surgery - was formed in 1839!
Back in the year 1844, the first publicly supported high schools for girls, Eastern High School and Western High School, were started in Baltimore.
The invention of the typesetting machine happened in Baltimore! It was invented by Ottmor Mergenthaler in 1883.