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Your search in the category "Transportation and Communication" returned 997 results in 50 pages.

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Bataller, Neal. “The Turnpike that became Georgia Avenue.” Legacy, 22 (Summer 2002): 1, 5.

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Batavick, Frank J. “Catching Light and Shadow: The Photography of Louis H. Dielman.” Carroll History Journal, 5 (Spring 2012): 1-12.

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Bateman, Carroll. The Baltimore and Ohio. Baltimore: B&O Railroad, 1951.

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Baxley, C. Herbert. "Travel in the 1830s: The Diary of William Minifie." Maryland Historical Magazine, 78 (Winter 1983): 287-96.

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Bayley, Ned. "Colesville-In the Beginning." Montgomery County Story 36 (February 1993): 237-48.

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Bearss, Edwin C. "1862 Brings Hard Times to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal." West Virginia History 30 (January 1969): 436-62.

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Bearss, Edwin C. "War Comes to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal." West Virginia History, 29 (April 1968): 153-77.

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Beatty, Ken. The Cradle of American Aviation: The National Aviation Field, College Park, Md. Hagerstown, Md.: Hagerstown Bookbinding and Print Co., 1976.

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Beck, Jo. "Train Stations and Suburban Development Along the Old Baltimore and Ohio Railroad." Montgomery County Story 37 (February 1994): 285-95.

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Beck, Tom and Adrienne Manns. Building a New World: Black Labor Photographs. Baltimore: University of Maryland Baltimore County Library, 1982.

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Beck, Tom. Edward L. Bafford 1902-1981: A Life in Photography. [Baltiomre]: University Library of the University of Maryland Baltimore County, 1981.

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Beem, Barbara and Ken Beem. “Souped-Up Show and Tell.” Maryland Life, 5 (May/June 2009): 111, 113.

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Bell, J. Snowden. The Early Motive Power of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. 1912; reprint, New York: Angus Sinclair, 1975.
Annotations / Notes: Necessary reading for students of the nation's first railroad.

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Bellmyer, Jane. “Memories of My Radio Days at WSER.” Cecil Historical Journal, 6 (January 2007): 11-15.

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Bender, Thomas. "Law, Economy, and Social Values in Jacksonian America: A Maryland Case Study." Maryland Historical Magazine 71 (Winter 1976): 484-97.
Annotations / Notes: Bender examines the legal and economic assumptions underlying the conflict between the Chesapeake Canal Company and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in the 1820s and 1830s to illustrate his argument about the triumph of "modernization" in the period. The conflict pitted the interests of the canal company to protect rights granted to it by its prior charter for westward development against the interests of the railroad in developing a competitive alternative. While the Maryland Court of Appeals applied conservative assumptions in ruling for the former, supporting the principle of monopoly, the state legislature, believing that competition advanced the interests of the state, applied "modernization" assumptions to force a compromise which permitted the railroad to proceed.

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Benson, Robert Louis. "Notes on South County: Part II: Two Tours and Two Families." Anne Arundel County History Notes 24 (October 1992): 4, 9.

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Benson, Robert Louis. "Notes on South County: Part V." Anne Arundel County History Notes 25 (October 1993): 9, 14.

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Bentley, Helen Delich. The Great Port of Baltimore: its first 300 years, 1706-2006. Baltimore: Published for the Port of Baltimore Tricentennial Committee by Media Two, 2006.

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Bernard, William S., and Forrest E. Meeks. "The Maryland State Police Aviation Division: Helicopters in the Public Service." Verti-flite 37 (May 1991): 10-17.

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Berry, David A. A History of the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal. Charleston, SC: History Press, 2010.