Mason–Dixon Line

geographical name Mason–Dix·on Line \-ˈdik-sən\

Definition of MASON-DIXON LINE

the boundary line from the SW corner of Delaware N to Pennsylvania & W to approximately the SW corner of Pennsylvania; often considered the boundary between the N & S states


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