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Your search in the category "Science and Technology" returned 364 results in 19 pages.

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Dohan, Mary Helen. Mr. Roosevelt's Steamboat; the First Steamboat to Travel the Mississippi. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1981.

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Eble, Albert F., Victor S. Kennedy, and Roger E.I. Newell, eds. The Eastern Oyster: Crassostrea virginica. College Park, MD: Maryland Sea Grant College, 1996.
Annotations / Notes: A comprehensive update on oyster biology, and an impressive work.

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Echols, C. H., Jr. "Baltimore's Old Shot Tower." Early American Life, 7 (October 1976): 16,18.

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Eckstine, John. "Industrial Innovation in Calvert County." Calvert Historian, 2 (October 1987): 10-13, 26-28.

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Edson, William D. "Steam Locomotives of the Western Maryland." Railroad History 155 (Autumn 1986): 87-110.

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Ellenberger, William J. "History of the Street Car Lines of Montgomery County." Montgomery County Story 17 (May 1974): 1-10.

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Erickson, Marie Anne. "Thurmont." Historical Society of Frederick County Journal [3] (Summer 1994): 5-6.

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Erlick, David P. "The Peales and Gas Lights in Baltimore." Maryland Historical Magazine 80 (Spring 1985): 9-18.
Annotations / Notes: In 1816 Baltimore became the first city lite by gas lighting. What began as exhibitions at the Peale Museum became the Gas Light Company of Baltimore.

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Ernst, Howard R. Chesapeake Bay Blues: Science, Politics and the Struggle to Save the Bay. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2003.

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Ernst, Howard R. Chesapeake Bay Blues: Science, Politics and the Struggle to Save the Bay. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2003.

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Farrell, Michael J. History of Baltimore's Streetcars. Sykesville, MD: Greenberg Publishing Co., 1992.

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Farrell, Michael J. Who Made All Our Streetcars Go? The Story of Rail Transit in Baltimore. Baltimore: Baltimore National Railway History Society Pubs., 1973.

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Ferro, David L. “Selling Science in the Colonial American Newspaper: How the Middle Colonial American General Periodical Represented Nature, Philosophy, Medicine, and Technology, 1728-1765.” Ph.D. diss., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2001.

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Fitzsimons, Mrs. Neal. "The Audubon Naturalist Society and Its Home, Woodend." Montgomery County Story, 17 (August 1974): 1-11.

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Franklin, William M. "The Tidewater End of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal." Maryland Historical Magazine 81 (Winter 1986): 288-304.

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Franz, Caroline Jones. "Johns Hopkins." American Heritage, 27 (February 1976): 31 ff.
Annotations / Notes: The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

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Friedenwald, Jonas S. "Ophthalmology in Maryland Through 1926." in "Medical Annals of Maryland, 1899-1925" ed. by L.H. Miles, Maryland State Medical Journal, 26 (September 1977): 63-68.

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Funderburk, Steven, Joseph Mihursky, Stephen Jordan, and David Riley. Habitat Requirements for Chesapeake Bay Living Resources. Annapolis, MD: The Workgroup, 1991.
Annotations / Notes: With 47 maps.

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Garrett, Jerre. "The Automobile in Cecil County." Bulletin of the Historical Society of Cecil County 64 (April 1993): 1, 3-4.

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Gelbert, Doug. Company Museums, Industry Museums, and Industrial Tours: A Guidebook of Sites in the United States That Are Open to the Public. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., 1994. 94-104.
Annotations / Notes: Brief descriptions of fifteen industrial sites in Maryland. When considering sites on this topic most museum goers would probably know of the Baltimore Museum of Industry but people may overlook many of the other sites covered, such as the Ocean City Lifesaving Station Museum, the Poultry Hall of Fame, and the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant Visitor Center.