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Your search in the category "Allegany County" returned 140 results in 7 pages.

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Powell, Allan. Fort Cumberland. Parsons, W.Va.: McClain Printing Co., 1989.

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Preservation Society of Allegany County. In Celebration of Cumberland's Bicentennial, 1787-1987: A Pictorial Review. Cumberland, MD: The Society, 1987.

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Price, Mary Jo. "Unique Research Collections: Frostburg State's Ort Library." Journal of the Alleghenies 34 (1998): 100-4.

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Pryor, Gwen. "Fires and Volunteers." Journal of the Alleghenies 35 (1999): 7-9.
Annotations / Notes: Fires are frequently of interest to local history researchers, this brief essay describes twentieth century fires in the Frostburg area.

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Rada, James, Jr. “Power Play: How the Babe Saved Cumberland Baseball.” Maryland Life, 4 (September/October 2008): 44, 46.

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Rada, James, Jr. “Uncle Sam Wants You: How Cumberland Went to War.” Maryland Life, 4 (November/December 2008): 46, 48.

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Randolph, B. S. "History of the Maryland Coal Region." Journal of the Alleghenies 29 (1993): 47-62.
Annotations / Notes: Originally published by the Maryland Geological Survey, in 1905, this work discusses the development of Allegany County's mining industry, including the unionization of the miners.

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Ray, Donald, ed. Western Maryland Materials in Allegany and Garrett County Libraries. Cumberland, MD: Allegany County Community College, 1987.

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Reissig, Joseph E. “The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) in Cumberland.” Journal of the Alleghenies, 40 (2004): 120-28.

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Savage, Jennifer Diana. “An Allegany Idyll.” Maryland Life, 2 (July/August 2006): 104-6, 110.

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Schwab, Leonard. "The Jews of Western Maryland: Cumberland and Beyond." Generations (Fall 2000): 5-9.

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Schwartz, Lee, Albert Feldstein, and Joan H. Baldwin. Allegany County: A Pictorial History. Virginia Beach: Donning Co., 1980.

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Scott, Harold L. The Civil War Hospitals at Cumberland and Clarysville, Maryland. Cumberland, Md.: Harold L. Scott, 1995.

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Scott, Harold L., Sr. "Catherine Elizabeth Wilton Sleeman Radcliff: The Exceptional Immigrant Lady of Pompey Smash." Journal of the Alleghenies 34 (1998): 79-86.

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Silverman, Sharon H. "The Castle B&B." Maryland 27 (July/August 1995): 58-62.

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Stakem, Patrick H. "T. H. Paul, Master Locomotive Builder of Frostburg, Maryland." Journal of the Alleghenies 33 (1997): 73-82.

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Stakem, Patrick H. "The Mount Savage Shops." National Railway Bulletin 62, no. 2 (1997): 4-23.

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Stakem, Patrick H. Cumberland & Pennsylvania Railroad Revisited. Laurel, MD: Pat's Railroad Books, 2002.

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Stakem, Patrick H. Railroading Around Cumberland. Images of Rail Series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2008.

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Stakem, Patrick. "The C&P Office Building, Mt. Savage." Journal of the Alleghenies 36 (2000): 59-61.