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Bivalve Population: 248

Total Males: 154
Total Females: 94
Median Household Income: $23,594
Total Households: 154

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Bivalve is a small town located on the eastern shore of the river, Nanticoke. Bivalve is situated just at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay in the County of Wicomico. It is a part of MMSA of Salisbury. Most of the local inhabitants are engaged in the fishing of oyster and the economy of the town is dependent on it.



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