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Your search in the category "Allegany County" returned 141 results in 8 pages.

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Stakem, Patrick. "The C&P Office Building, Mt. Savage." Journal of the Alleghenies 36 (2000): 59-61.

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Stakem, Patrick. Then & Now: Cumberland. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2011.

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Staup, Thomas; Anne Failing, interviewer. "Oral History." Labor's Heritage 10 (no. 4, 1999-2000): 71-75.

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Stegmaier, Harry I., Jr., David M. Dean, Gordon E. Kershaw, and John B. Wiseman. Allegany County: A History. Parsons, WV: McClain Printing Co., 1976.

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Thomas, James W., and T.J.C. Williams. History of Allegany County, Maryland. 2 vols. [Cumberland, MD?]: L. R. Titsworth & company, 1923; reprint, Baltimore: Regional Publishing Co., 1969.

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Tinney, Jason “Allegany Playhouse.” Maryland Life, 5 (January/February 2009): 70-73, 75-76.

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Tinney, Jason. “Allegany Playhouse.” Maryland Life, 5 (January/February 2009): 70-73, 75-76.

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Urbas, Anton J. "Vale Summit Elementary School." Journal of the Alleghenies, 30 (1994): 23-28.

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Urbas, Anton. "Getting to Dan's Rock-Changes over the Years." Journal of the Alleghenies 29 (1993): 33-46.

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Urbas, Anton. "Tony Urbas Has a Career Change." Journal of the Alleghenies 35 (1999): 37-48.

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Van Newkirk, Betty. "Theatres and Opera Houses in Western Maryland." Journal of the Alleghenies 27 (1991): 73-86.

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Vicino, Thomas J. “The Spatial Transformation of First-tier Suburbs, 1970 to 2000: The Case of Metropolitan Baltimore.” Housing Policy Debate, 19 (no. 3, 2008): 479- 518.

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Wall, Robert D. "Notes on an Early Woodland Feature fromt he Barton Complex (18AG8), Allegany County, Maryland." Maryland Archaeology, 28 (March 1992): 13.

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Wall, Robert D. “Barton: Success at two levels.” ASM Ink, 32 (August 2006): 1, 7.

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Wall, Robert D. “Deep Testing and Radiocarbon Dates from the Barton Site (18AG3), Allegany County, Maryland.” Maryland Archeology, 44 (September 2008): 1-4.

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Wall, Robert D. and Dennis C. Curry. "Test Excavations at the Barton Complex Sites, Allegany Couty, Maryland." Maryland Archeology, 28 (March 1992): 1-12.

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Ware, Donna M. Green Glades & Sooty Gob Piles: The Maryland Coal Region's Industrial and Architectural Past. Crownsville, MD: Maryland Historical and Cultural Publications, 1991.
Annotations / Notes: Some 6,000 bridges, iron furnaces, log schoolhouses, company offices and stores, miner's houses, mill buildings, banks, churches, mansions, inns, resort cottages, and other structures associated with the extractive, manufacturing, and transportation industries of Garrett and western Allegany counties are surveyed and described here, with photographs, and contributions by Orlando Ridout, V, Geoffey B. Henry, and Mark R. Edwards. The largest project to date conducted by the Maryland Historical Trust is essential to an understanding of the unique remains of Maryland's historic resort area and coal and iron district.

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Ware, Donna M. Green Glades & Sooty Gob Piles: The Maryland Coal Region's Industrial and Architectural Past. Crownsville, MD: Maryland Historical and Cultural Publications, 1991.
Annotations / Notes: The results of an architectural survey, it presents a useful overview of the coal region. Included is the history of settlement, the history of the industry, and an architectural history. The list of historic resources would be of use to anyone interested in the region.

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Whetzel, Dan. Allegany County. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2011.

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Whetzel, Dan. “African American Schools of Allegany County, Maryland.” Journal of the Alleghenies, 46 (2010): 13-28.