Few People Know That The Final Marker Of The Original Mason-Dixon Line Can Be Found Along This West Virginia Loop Trail

Ever heard of the Mason-Dixon line? We’re pretty sure most of us have, but here’s what you may not know: even after four years of trying, Mason and Dixon failed to complete the line they set out intending to finish. Instead, they placed their last marker on Brown’s Hill in West Virginia, and another team finished the line more than a decade later.

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To learn more, visit the Mason-Dixon Historical Park on the web or Facebook.

For more on the history behind state boundaries, this time the one between Virginia and West Virginia, head over to this article.

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