TALBOT COUNTY, MARYLAND

MUNICIPALITIES

Talbot County has five municipalities: Easton, Oxford, Queen Anne, St. Michaels, and Trappe. Of these, Easton, the county seat, was the first to form its own government in 1790. It was followed by St. Michaels (1804), Trappe (1827), Oxford (1852), and Queen Anne (1953).


EASTON

(formerly Talbot Town)
Incorporated 1790 (Chapter 14, Acts of 1790)
Population
1990 census: 9,372
2000 census: 11,708


OXFORD

Incorporated 1852 (Chapter 367, Acts of 1852)
Population
1990 census: 699
2000 census: 771


QUEEN ANNE

Queen Anne's & Talbot Counties
Incorporated 1953 (Chapter 17, Acts of 1953)
Population
1990 census: 250
2000 census: 176


ST. MICHAELS

Incorporated 1804 (Chapter 82, Acts of 1804)
Population
1990 census: 1,301
2000 census: 1,193


TRAPPE

Incorporated 1827 (Chapter 103, Acts of 1827)
Population
1990 census: 974
2000 census: 1,146

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