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Your search in the category "Maritime" returned 887 results in 45 pages.

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Burgess, Robert H. This Was Chesapeake Bay. Centreville, MD: Tidewater, 1963.

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Burgess, Robert H., and H. Graham Wood. Steamboats Out of Baltimore. Cambridge, MD: Cornell Maritime Press, 1965.

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Byron, Gilbert. "Bateau-Bateaux: Whence to the Chesapeake?" Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 18 (March 1989): 32-33.
Category: Maritime

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Calderhead, William L. "A Strange Career in a Young Navy: Ca;ptain Charles Gordon, 1778-1816." Maryland Historical Magazine, 72 (Fall 1977): 373-86.

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Calderhead, William L. "Naval Innovation in Crisis: War in the Chesapeake, 1813." American Neptune, 36 (July 1976): 206-21.

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Calderhead, William L. "The Riddle of the 'Peggy Stewart.'" Anne Arundel County History Notes, 19 (July 1988): 5-6.

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Calderwood, Paul T. "USS Maryland Silver Service." Journal of the Alleghenies, 27 (1991): 53-59.

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Campbell, J. Howard. “The Wreck of the Frolic.” California Territorial Quarterly, 82 (Summer 2010): 25-31.
Category: Maritime

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Carman, Lewis R. "Memoirs of a Lighthouse Keeper." Weather Gauge, 36 (Fall 2000): 3-11, 26.

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Carmer, Carl. The Susquehanna. New York: Rinehart, 1955.
Annotations / Notes: One of the prestigious "Rivers of America" series, and for Marylanders a book-end volume to Frederick Gutheim's The Potomac. This is popular history at its best: powerfully-written, anecdotal--and what anecdotes! The story of Thomas Cresap is alone worth checking the book out of the library. Covers the downriver ark traffic and the attempts of steamboats to conquer the rocky and unruly Susquehanna.

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Carpenter, Harry and Karen Carpenter. “Sandy Douglass and the History of the Flying Scot.” Glades Star, 11 (March 2010): 630-33.

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Catton, William H. "How Rails Saved a Seaport." American Heritage 8 (1957): 26-31, 93-95.

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Catton, William H. "John W. Garrett of the Baltimore and Ohio: A Study in Seaport and Railroad Competition, 1820-1874." Ph.D. diss., Northwestern University, 1959.

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Chapelle, Howard I. "Notes on Chesapeake Bay Skipjacks." American Neptune, 4 (October 1944): 269-304.

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Chapelle, Howard I. Chesapeake Bay Crabbing Skiffs. St. Michaels, Md.: Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 1979.

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Chapelle, Howard I. The Baltimore Clipper. Hatboro, PA: Tradition Press, 1965.
Annotations / Notes: First published in 1930, this is a classic treatment, with drawings and illustrations, of a famous ship developed on the Chesapeake Bay. The author, one of America's most distinguished naval historians, lived for many years on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

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Chappell, Helen. "Shorewomen." Chesapeake Bay Magazine 23 (December 1993): 30-34.

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Chappell, Helen. "The View from a Bridge." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 22 (July 1992): 30-33.
Category: Maritime

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Chaput, Don and Ed Chaput, eds. “Steamer G.A. Flagg: From Glory Cargo to Fertilizer.” Inland Seas, 66 (Fall 2010): 211-20.
Category: Maritime

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Chard, Donald F. "The Last Voyage of the Baltimore." Nova Scotia Historical Review [Canada] 7 (1987): 63-70.