Brunswick is a city located in Frederick County, Maryland. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 4,894.
Established along the now-defunct Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, the town grew as a railroad center. It now is home to a commuter rail station serving Washington, D.C..
Perhaps the most famous resident of the city was the American singer Patsy Kline, followed by cartographer Karl Musser.
Web Sites and Links
Brunswick Main Street, Inc.Grass roots effort to revitalize downtown. Information on volunteering and local events.
Brunswick Volunteer Ambulance Company #19History, officers, meeting and contact information.
City of BrunswickOfficial site that includes news and local government, business, tourism, recreation and essential contact information.
The Citizen NewspapersFamily-owned chain of independent papers. Includes information about subscriptions, advertising and instructions for the submittal of news and letters to the editor.
WikipediaEncyclopedia article covering census figures, history, and famous residents.