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Prince George's at a Glance

Thursday, April 21, 2005; Page PG02

Prince George's County, centrally located between Washington and Baltimore, encompasses almost 500 square miles and has an estimated 842,967 residents, according to the 2004 U.S. Census reports.

Here are some more facts about Prince George's:

• The average household income is expected to increase to $76,561 in 2009.

• An estimated 120,747 adults have degrees.

The county is home to a number of academic institutions as well as recreation and technological landmarks. Below is a list of some of these places:

• Agricultural Research Center

• Andrews Air Force Base

• Bowie State University

• Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center

• FedExField

• NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

• National Agricultural Library

• National Air & Space Museum's Garber

• National Archives at College Park

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