Inwood, Maryland

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Inwood is an unincorporated community in Howard County, Maryland, United States. The crossroads settlement was settled around Dr. Edwin Warfield home of Woodlawn which has been removed for the Gary J. Arthur Community Center and Cooksville Library. The town once featured a general store, blacksmith shop and residential homes.[1] The neighborhood postal service is now consolidated around Cooksville, Maryland. Inwood is a very small historic town located between Cooksville and Glenwood, Maryland.

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  1. ^ Howard's Roads to the Past. Howard County Sesquicentennial Celebration Committee, 2001. 2001. p. 72.

Coordinates: 39°18′22″N 77°01′15″W / 39.30611°N 77.02083°W / 39.30611; -77.02083

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  1. ^ Howard's Roads to the Past. Howard County Sesquicentennial Celebration Committee, 2001. 2001. p. 72.