Savage, MD – 20763
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Savage, Maryland resides off of U.S. Route 32, in between two intersections. The first intersection is that of Interstate 95 and Route 32, and the second is that of U.S. Route 1 and Route 32. The placement of Savage means that it is located in between Washington D.C. and Baltimore, but is slightly closer to Baltimore City, Maryland. This makes savage an awesome spot for families or individuals that would like a residential feel but have jobs requiring a commute to either D.C. or Baltimore. Savage is still unincorporated, meaning that it does not have direct control of its own governance. Additionally, it has about 7,000 people according the most recent records from the U.S. Census Bureau, collected in 2010.
The most famous historical location in Savage is the Historic Savage Mill, which was constructed in the early 1820s by the Williams brothers using borrowed fund from John Savage, the man who gave the town its name, in order to begin a textile weaving facility that would produce canvas. The canvas was primarily used for ship sails and was often target toward the consumer base in Baltimore City’s harbor. The consumers of the canvas eventually changed to supply troops in the Civil War that needed tents, covers for cannons and more. After the Civil War and until the 1920s, the mill often serviced the needs of Hollywood directors attempting to make silent movies. These folks needed canvas backgrounds to paint their imagined scene. Finally, during its final years of operation the mill was vital in producing canvas covers for trucks and bags that were used by the United States military during World War I and World War II. They were successful in doing so and the company and its mill operated for over 100 years before closing in 1947.