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Your search in the category "Seventeenth Century" returned 644 results in 33 pages.

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Clem, Alan. "The Vestries and Local Government in Colonial Maryland," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 31 (September 1962): 219-29.

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Clemens, Paul G.E. "The Settlement and Growth of Maryland's Eastern Shore During the English Restoration." Maryland Historian, 5 (Fall 1974): 63-78.

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Coale, Joseph M. Middling Planters of Ruxton, 1694-1850. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1996.
Annotations / Notes: A history of this Baltimore County community arranged around the seven land patents that define that portion of the County. The author makes a broad use of primary sources and touches upon the history of the churches, towns, and schools.

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Codignola, Luca. "Roman Catholic Ecclesiastics in English North America, 1610-58: A Comparative Assessment." Historical Studies: Canadian Catholic Historical Association [Canada] 65 (1999): 107-124.

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Coers, D. V. "New Light on the Composition of Ebenezer Cook's Sot-Weed Factor." American Literature 49 (January 1978): 604-06.
Annotations / Notes: Coers offers evidence to support the contention that Ebenezer Cook's satire The Sot-Weed Factor was likely written no earlier than 1702, later than the 1695 date previously ascribed. He draws upon internal references in Cook's writing to Queen Anne, not crowned monarch until 1702, and a Dorchester County Court land record to support his case. The later date would suggest that the work was based on his visit to Maryland in the 1690s, but not written until afterwards.

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Coffin, Lewis A., Jr., and Arthur C. Holden. Brick Architecture of the Colonial Period in Maryland & Virginia. N.p., 1919.

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Cofield, Rod. “Much Ado About Nuthead: A Revised History of Printing in Seventeenth- Century Maryland.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 101 (Spring 2006): 8-25.

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Cofield, Sara Rivers. “A Preliminary Study of 17th- and 18th-Century Leather Ornaments from Maryland.” Maryland Archeology, 44 (September 2008): 12-27.

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Coldham, Peter Wilson. English Convicts in Colonial America. Volume 1: Middlesex: 1617-1775. New Orleans, LA: Polyanthos, 1974.

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Colemens, Paul G.E. "From Tobacco to Grain: Economic Development on Maryland's Eastern Shore, 1660-1750." Journal of Economic History, 35 (March 1975): 256-59.

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Collings, Francis d'A. The Discovery of the Chesapeake Bay: An Account of the Explorations of Captain John Smith in the Year 1608. St. Michaels, Md.: Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 1988.

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Comegys, Robert G. "Comegys Family Epilogue." de Halve Maen 62 (December 1989): 12-13.

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Comegys, Robert G. "Cornelius Comegys (1630-1708): Young Man from Lexmond, His Career and His Family." de Halve Maen 61 (December 1988): 6-11; 62 (March 1989): 8-10.

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Conger, Vivian Leigh Bruce. "'Being Weak of Body But Firm of Mind and Memory': Widowhood in Colonial America, 1630-1750." Ph.D. diss., Cornell University, 1994.
Annotations / Notes: Widowhood was a normal part of colonial life. Although encouraged for younger widows and for all women in the Chesapeake region before 1700, rapid remarriage was not automatic. Widows functioned as both mother and father, including representing family interests in the community. As land became more scarce, widowhood increased and widows left more property to their daughters.

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Conley, Rory T. “The ‘Maryland Designe’ and the Formation of an American Catholic Identity: Part One, 1634-1660.” Chronicles of St. Mary’s, (Spring 2012): 21-25.

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Conley, Rory T. “The ‘Maryland Designe’ and the Formation of an American Catholic Identity: Part Two, 1660-1776.” Chronicles of St. Mary’s, (Summer 2012): 4-10.

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Cook, Eleanor M. V. "Land Speculators: James Butler and John Bradford." Montgomery County Story 36 (November 1993): 273-84.

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Cook, Margaret W. "Early Towns in Calvert County." Calvert County Historical Society News and Notes 2 (April 1983): 12-13.

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Cooper, Richard W. Profile of a Colonial Community: Salisbury Towne and Wicomico County on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1986.

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Cornelison, Alice, Silas E. Craft, Sr., and Lillie Price. History of Blacks in Howard County, Maryland: Oral History, Schooling and Contemporary Issues. Columbia, MD: Howard County, Maryland NAACP, 1986.