Old Mill Blvd. and subdivisions seen from the air, 2007
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Millersville is located at (39.0596, -76.6480).
Millersville, named for the first Postmaster, George Miller, was, on July 24, 1841, the first Post Office to be established along the Annapolis & Elkridge Railroad (the A & E). Completed in 1840, the A & E was one of the earliest rail lines in the U.S., connecting Annapolis with the Washington Branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Today Millersville is still a small crossroads village, surrounded by existing and proposed modern residential and industrial park development. The Childs Residence, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986, is a focal point of the town.
- Elvaton Christian Academy
- Old Mill High School
- Rockbridge Academy
- Olde Mill Christian Academy
- Old Mill Middle North
- Old Mill Middle South
Colleges and universities
Parks and recreation
- "Millersville". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2009-05-03.
- Smith, Chester M., Jr., and Kay, John L. (1984). The Postal History of Maryland, The Delmarva Peninsula, And The District of Columbia: The Post Offices and First Postmasters from 1775 to 1984, p. 71. Burtonsville, Md: The Depot. Library of Congress Card No. 84-72653.
- "Maryland Historical Trust". Childs Residence, Anne Arundel County. Maryland Historical Trust. 2008-11-21.