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Your search in the category "Geography and Cartography" returned 293 results in 15 pages.

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Goddard, Joseph. “Landscape and Ambience on the Urban Fringe: From Agricultural to Imagined Countryside.” Environment & History, 15 (November 2009): 413-39.

Goetz, Walter A. Montgomery County Gold Fever. Bethesda, MD: Published by the author, 1988.

Goetz, Walter. "Montgomery's Gold Rush." Maryland 28 (February 1996): 16-17.

Goldsborough, Philip and Jean Merson. "Maryland-Virginia Boundary Becomes a Hobby." Shoreline, 13 (September 2006): 17, 20.

Gordon, Douglas H. "The Chew Auction." Maryland Historical Magazine 77 (December 1982): 358-61.
Annotations / Notes: Auctions are a frequent method of acquisition for large institutions. Anyone interested in their development should have an understanding of what occurs at an auction.

Graham, John L., ed. The 1877 Atlases and Other Early Maps of the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Salisbury, Md.: Wicomico Bicentennial Commission, 1976.

Grant, John A. "Charles Mason's Journal." Glades Star, 7 (June 1993): 201.

Grant, John A. "Searching for Six Monuments." Glades Star 9 (June 2000): 232-40.

Grant, John A. "Who Was A.B. 1821?" Glades Star, 8 (September 1997): 262-63.

Grant, John A. “‘Thank You, County Commissioners’.” Glades Star, 11 (September 2007): 266-67.

Grant, John A. “Naming of Negro Mountain.” Glades Star, 11 (December 2007): 303-5.

Grant, John. "Searching for the Brown Monument." Glades Star, 6 (December 1990): 464-66, 481.

Greatman, Bonnie M. "A Dialect Atlas of Maryland." Ph.D. diss., New York University, 1970.

Grimes, Michael A. "Sources for Documenting Baltimore's Suburban Landscape." Maryland Historical Magazine 84 (1989): 163-68.
Annotations / Notes: Grimes discusses a variety of sources useful for studying Baltimore's expansion -- maps, deeds, tax assessments, newspapers, building permits, and photographs. He describes where to find them and how to use them.

Grimsley, George P . The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. N. p. 1933. The author, a geologist, takes the reader through the country--coastal plain, Blue Ridge, Appalachian valley and plateau, and interior plains--traversed by the railroad.

Gritzner, Janet H. "Perception of Landscape Through the Medium of Language: Seventeenth-Century Toponomy of the Eastern Shore." Geographical Perspectives on Maryland's Past, Occasional papers in Geography, no. 4, eds. Robert D. Mitchell and Edward K. Muller, College Park: University of Maryland Department of Geography, 1979, pp. 51-70.

Guyther, Roy. "What's in a Name: How the Towns, Villages and Crossroads of St. Mary's County Got Their Names." Chronicles of St. Mary's 48 (Spring 2000): 11-15.

Guzy, Dan. “The Potomac River Survey of 1822.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 103 (Winter 2008): 382-403.

Hammett, Regina Combs. "The St. Mary's-Charles County Border." Chronicles of St. Mary's, 225-33.

Harmer, Harvey W., "When, Where, and Why the Mason-Dixon Line was Run." West Virginia History, 13 (January 1952): 111-19.