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Your search in the category "Women" returned 1031 results in 52 pages.

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Austin, Page Insley. “Memories of a Woman’s Education During the 1960s.” Shoreline, 18 (June 2011): 8-9.

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Ayers, Bonnie Joe. "Sadie Miller." Maryland 17 (Autumn 1984): 39-41.

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Aziza, Halima. “Clara Barton: an American Original.” Maryland Life, 8 (October 2012): 35.

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Aziza, Halima. “Legendary Ladies.” Maryland Life, 8 (October 2012): 37-47.

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Çinlar, Nuran. “‘Came Mistress Margarett Brent’: Political Representation, Power, and Authority in Early Maryland.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 99 (Winter 2004): 404-27.

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Bache, Ellyn. "Miss Mary and the Book Wagon." Maryland 21 (Winter 1988): 32-33.

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Baldwin, Douglas O. "Discipline, Obedience, and Female Support Groups: Mona Wilson at the Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing, 1915-1918." Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69 (Winter 1995): 599-619.

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Baldwin, Hlne L. "'Down street' in Cumberland: The Diaries of Two Nineteenth-Century Ladies." Maryland Historical Magazine 77 (Fall 1982): 222-29. BI, FH, SY, 19]
Category: Women

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Baldwin, Joyce. To Heal the Heart of a Child: Helen Taussig, M.D. New York: Walker & Co., 1992.
Category: Medicine | Women

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Baltimore Museum of Art. :Annual I The Museum: Its First Half Century. Baltimore: The Baltimore Museum of Art, 1966.
Annotations / Notes: A history of the first fifty years of the BMA, from its start as a City-Wide Congress Committee on Founding an Art Museum (1911), to its temporary home in Mount Vernon, to the construction of its permanent home in Wyman Park. A major thesis is that a very modern thinking museum became a great success in a city known for being conservative. Nicely illustrated with works from the collection and photographs of museum activities.

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Banks, Taunya Lovell. “Setting the Record Straight: Maryland’s First Black Women Law Graduates.” Maryland Law Review, 63 (no. 4, 2004): 752-72.

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Banks, Willa Young. “A Contradiction in Antebellum Baltimore: A Competitive School for Girls of ‘Color’ Within a Slave State.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 99 (Summer 2004): 132-63.

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Barlow, Marjorie Dana, comp. Notes on Woman Printers In Colonial America and the United States 1639-1975. New York: Hroswitha Club, 1976.

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Barnes, Harry T., Jr. “Ida Barnes.” Glades Star, 13 (June 2015): 71-78.

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Barnes, Virginia E. “Mountain Woman.” Glades Star, 13 (June 2015): 81-84.

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Barnidge, Bonnie B. “Amy Pritchett Anderson Waddelow Fooks: An Ancestral Footnote.” Shoreline, 17 (June-July 2010): 30-31.
Category: Women

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Bartfels, Peggielene and Eleanor Herman. King Peggy. New York: Doubleday, 2011.

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Barton, Lindi R. "Feminism and Suffragism: The Women's Movements of the Mid-1800's." Calvert Historian 10 (Fall 1995): 37-53.

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Basalla, Susan Elizabeth. "Family Resemblances: Zora Neale Hurston's Anthropological Heritage." Ph.D. diss., Princeton University, 1997.

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Bashaw, Carolyn Terry. "We Who Live 'Off on the Edges':Deans of Women at Southern Coeducational Institutions and Access to the Community of Higher Education, 1907-1960." Ph.D. diss., University of Georgia, 1992. [Adele H. Stamp]
Category: Education | Women