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Your search in the category "Kent County" returned 166 results in 9 pages.

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McClung, Cooky. “Chestertown Celebrates the Big 300.” Maryland Life, 2 (March/April 2006): 26-29.

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McKerrow, Steve. "Destination: Chestertown." Chesapeake Bay Magazine 26 (January 1997): 44-51, 66-68.

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Medders, O. H., Mrs. T. G. Beck, and Hallie R. Harris. “Clara Barton’s Kent County Followers, 1917-2004.” Old Kent, 21 (Spring 2004): 1-2.

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Medland, Mary. “Rock Hall Celebrates the Big 100.” Maryland Life, 3 (May/June 2007): 35.

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Medoff, Theresa Gawlas. “A Box-Office Sensation: Chestertown’s Prince Theatre Readies for its Close-up.” Maryland Life, 7 (September-October 2011): 38-39.

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Moore, Dick. "Way Back When [Betterton]." Maryland 20 (Spring 1988): 53.

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Naul, G. Marshall. "The Mason-Dixon Line and Kent County." Old Kent 17 (Spring 2000): 1-2.

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Neill, Robert, et. al. Chesterstown, Maryland, an Inventory of Historic Sites, etc. Chestertown, MD: Town of Chestertown, 1981.

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O'Donnell, Craig. "The Mason-Dixon Line and Kent County, MD." Shoreline, 13 (September 2006): 24-25.

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Patrell, Dan. Postcard [Worton Point].” Maryland Life, 2 (January/February 2006): 12.

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Philpot, Skeeter. “Different Drive Through, Same Old Cheeseburgers.” Isle of Kent, (Winter 2010): 8.

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Porter, Kent. "200 Years Ago, Maryland's Tea Party." Baltimore Sun Magazine, (October 13, 1974): 36-37.

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Reps, John. Tidewater Towns: City Planning in Colonial Virginia and Maryland. Williamsburg, VA: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1972.
Annotations / Notes: Early towns did not generally spring out of nowhere. Town planning was common and an important part of Chesapeake Maryland's colonial history. The government played an active role in the founding and formation of towns. Annapolis and the District of Columbia were unique in that their plans did not resemble those common amongst other English colonies.

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Rich. Jr., Robert L. The Best of Times on the Chesapeake Bay: an account of a Rock Hall waterman. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 2012.

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Richards, Mary Fallon. "Debtors of the Estate of William Henry, 1878, Kent County, Maryland." Maryland and Delaware Genealogist, 23 (January-March 1982): 23; (Sproing 1982): 53.

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Righi, Brandon P. “‘A Power Unknown to Our Laws’: Unionism in Kent County, Maryland, 1861-1865.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 103 (Summer 2008): 186-221.

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Robson, Nancy Taylor. "The Ghosts of Kent County." Maryland 27 (September/October 1995): 24-25, 27.

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Scott, Jane. Between Ocean and Bay: A Natural History of Delmarva. Centreville, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1991.