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'''Kent Island''' is in the Chesapeake Bay at the eastern end of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and is quickly becomming a popular tourist destination in [[Maryland]].  Kent Island is a great place to sample authentic Maryland seafood, take a historic stroll, or enjoy a trip out on the Chesapeake.
 
'''Kent Island''' is in the Chesapeake Bay at the eastern end of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and is quickly becomming a popular tourist destination in [[Maryland]].  Kent Island is a great place to sample authentic Maryland seafood, take a historic stroll, or enjoy a trip out on the Chesapeake.
  
 
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Kent Island has a rich history dating back to 1631, when William Claiborne of Jamestown first set up a trading post on the island.  It is said that Claiborne liked being on Kent Island so much that he decided to make it his permanent home, and he started what would become the oldest English settlment in Maryland.  Ever since then Kent Island has thrived as the crossroads of the Chesapeake.  Several people, from founding fathers en route between Annapolis and Philadelphia, to vacationers on their way to Ocean City, have visited the island.  Many of them, like Claiborne, have even liked Kent Island so much that they decided to move there.
 
Kent Island has a rich history dating back to 1631, when William Claiborne of Jamestown first set up a trading post on the island.  It is said that Claiborne liked being on Kent Island so much that he decided to make it his permanent home, and he started what would become the oldest English settlment in Maryland.  Ever since then Kent Island has thrived as the crossroads of the Chesapeake.  Several people, from founding fathers en route between Annapolis and Philadelphia, to vacationers on their way to Ocean City, have visited the island.  Many of them, like Claiborne, have even liked Kent Island so much that they decided to move there.
  

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