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Your search in the category "Agriculture" returned 369 results in 19 pages.

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Devereaux, Andrew. “ What Chew Know about Down the Hill?: Baltimore Club Music, Subgenre Crossover, and the New Subcultural Capital of Race and Space.” Journal of Popular Music Studies, 19 (December 2007): 311-41.

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Devine, T.M. The Tobacco Lords: A Study of the Tobacco Merchants of Glasgow wnd Their Trading Activities, c. 1740-90. Edinburgh: John Donald Publishers Ltd., 1975.

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Dierker, Charmayne. "Early Agriculture in Kent County." Old Kent 16 (Summer 1999): 1; "Part II." Old Kent 16 (Fall 1999): 3; "Part III." Old Kent 16 (Winter 1999): 1-2.

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Diggins, Milt. “Cecil County’s Civil War General.” Cecil Historical Journal, 7 (Spring 2007): 2-10.

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Dillon, Clarissa Flint. "'A Large, an Useful, and a Grateful Field': Eighteenth-Century Kitchen Gardens in Southeastern Pennsylvania, the Uses of the Plants, and Their Place in Women's Work." (Vol. 1-2) Ph.D. diss., Bryn Mawr College, 1986.

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Dombrowski, Esther. "The Homefront: Harford County During World War II, Part I."Harford Historical Bulletin 65 (Summer 1995): 107-52; "Part II,"Harford Historical Bulletin 66 (Fall 1995): 155-204.

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Dorbin, Ann E. “Two Centuries Tilled.” Maryland Life, 1 (July/August 2005): 62-63.
Category: Agriculture

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Dunn, Richard S. "Quantifying the History of the Chesapeake in the Eighteenth Century." Reviews in American History 15 (1987): 563-568.

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Dupont, Dolores L. John Barnett, M.D. (1780-1858): Country Doctor & Gentlemen Farmer Talbot County, Maryland. n.p.: Published by the author, 1975.

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Eary, Alice and Jean Grose. “Hutton School.” Glades Star, 11 (June 2008): 368-76.

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Erickson, Marie Anne. "Crossroads: Ellerton." Frederick Magazine (January 1993): 12-13.

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Erickson, Marie Anne. "Crossroads: Urbana." Frederick Magazine (October 1991): 18, 32.

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Erickson, Marie Anne. "Crossroads: Yellow Springs." Frederick Magazine (December 1992): 12-13.

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Fertig, Barbara C. "The Tobacco Tradition in Southern Maryland." New Jersey Folklife, 11 (1986): 8-13.

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Fielding, Geoff. "The County Fair." Maryland 24 (Summer 1992): 38-45.

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Fischer, David Hackett. "John Beale Bordley, Daniel Boorstin, and the American Enlightenment." Journal of Southern History 28 (1962): 326-342.

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Fishwick, Marshall. "Sheaves of Golden Grain." American Heritage 7 (1956): 80-85.

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Folk, Charlotte L. “Honeybees and Beekeeping in the Alleghenies.” Journal of the Alleghenies, 42 (2006): 55-72.

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Fox, Jeanette L. "The Settlement of Wickliff's Creek." Chronicles of St. Mary's 31 (September 1983): 81-88.
Annotations / Notes: Wickliff's Creek was an unusual community of freeholds in a colony of largely manorial landholdings. Due to the nature of freeholding, the early settlers were able to be economically successful and politically active, however, the nature of the community, which allowed the landowners to become successful with little, if any, initial backing, limited expansion, kept the community from growing and most settlers emigrated.

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Franklin, H. Bruce. The Most Important Fish in the Sea. Washington, DC: Island Press, 2007.
Category: Agriculture | Environment