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Your search in the category "Baltimore County" returned 370 results in 19 pages.

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Diggs, Louis S. From the Meadows to the Point: The Histories of the African American Community of Turner Station and What Was the African American Community in Sparrows Point. Baltimore: The Author, 2003.

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Diggs, Louis S. Grave Site Identification Project: Mt. Gilboa African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2312 Westchester Avenue, Oella, and the Hall Family Cemetery, 348 Oella Avenue, Oella. Baltimore: [s.n.], 2001.

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Diggs, Louis S. Holding On To Their Heritage. Catonsville, MD: privately printed, 1996.
Annotations / Notes: Baltimore County African-American communities: Bond Avenue, Reisterstown; Piney Grove, Boring.

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Diggs, Louis S. In Our Own Voices: A Folk History in Legacy. Catonsville, MD: Uptown Press, 1998.
Annotations / Notes: Baltimore County African-American communities: Chattolanee, Cowdensville, Oblate Sisters of Providence.

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Diggs, Louis S. In Our Voices: A Folk History in Legacy. Baltimore: Uptown Press, 1998.

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Diggs, Louis S. It All Started on Winters Lane: A History of the Black Community in Catonsville, Maryland. N.p: Published by the author, 1995.

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Diggs, Louis S. It All Started on Winters Lane: A History of the Black Community in Catonsville, Maryland. Catonsville, MD: privately printed, 1995.
Annotations / Notes: A compilation on the history of the historic African American community of Winters Lane in Catonsville, this volume includes a rich collection of family history and documents related to the history of black churches, civic organizations, businesses, and social groups. It also provides several extensive oral histories with elders in the community. Like many African American communities in Baltimore County, Winters Lane had its roots in the pre-Civil War era as a settlement of free blacks who worked on area farms and in the growing village, and it has persisted into the modern period of suburbanization. Louis Diggs in this and other volumes on the county's historic African American communities includes an extensive set of photos and other documents previously unpublished on local black family and community life.

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Diggs, Louis S. It All Started on Winters Lane: A History of the Black Community in Catonsville, Maryland. N.p.: Published by the author, 1995.

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Diggs, Louis S. Our Struggles: Historic African American Communities in Southeast Baltimore County, MD. Owings Mills, MD: The Author, 2007.

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Diggs, Louis S. Since the Beginning: African American Communities in Towson. Catonsville, MD: privately printed, 2000.
Annotations / Notes: East Towson, Sandy Bottom, Lutherville, Schwartz Avenue.

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Diggs, Louis S. Surviving in America: Histories of 7 Black Communities in Baltimore County, Maryland: Oakland Park Road, Relay, Oella, Halethorpe, Granite, Church Lane, Winands Road. Baltimore: Uptown Press, 2002.

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Dixon, Michael L. "Assessing the Risk: Insurance Cartography in Cecil Co." Bulletin of the Historical Society of Cecil County, 74 (Autumn 1996): 6-7.

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Dowell, Susan Stiles. "Villa Pace: Rosa Ponsell's Italianate Estate." Maryland Magazine 16 (Autumn 1983): 25-8.

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Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society. The Neck 1672-1937. Dundalk, MD: Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society, 1973.

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Eick, Caroline. “Student Relationships Across Social Markers of Difference in a Baltimore County, Maryland, Comprehensive High School, 1950-1969.” History of Education Quarterly, 50 (August 2010): 359-89.

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Eisenberg, John. “Sagamore Farm Reborn.” Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, 16 (February 2008): 24-30.

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Eliassen, Meredith. “A Soldier’s Dilemma: Francis R. Shunk’s Account for the Battle of Baltimore, 1814.” Maryland Historian, 31 (Fall 2007): 67-80.

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Ervin, Tim. Hampton National Historic Site: a pictorial glimpse of Maryland life, 1783- 1948. Virginia Beach, VA: Donning Company Publishers, 2010.

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Fee, Elizabeth, et. al. "Baltimore by Bus: Steering a New Course through the City's History." Radical History Review 28-30 (1984): 206-216.
Annotations / Notes: A discussion of the development of the alternative, left oriented, "People's Bus Tour" of Baltimore. The tour's intention was to demonstrate the diversity of Baltimore and to show the conflicts and processes that affected the City's working class. Class relations are interpreted throughout Baltimore's history by visiting significant and visually interesting places.