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Your search in the category "Anne Arundel County" returned 735 results in 37 pages.

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Burdett, Harold N. Yesterday in Annapolis. Cambridge,MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1974.

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Cabral, Judy. “Unsung Heroes: 122 Slaves from Anne Arundel County Became Union Soldiers and Sailors.” Anne Arundel County History Notes, 34 (January 2003): 3-6.

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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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Callahan, Dorothy. "Tavern Life in Colonial Annapolis." Annapolis: Historic Annapolis Foundation Library, 1985.
Annotations / Notes: Typescript.

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Callcott, Margaret Law. "The Eighteenth Century Calvert Residence in Annapolis." Riversdale Letter 16 (Winter 1999): 2-4.

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Callcott, Margaret Law. Mistress of Riversdale: The Plantation Letters of Rosalie Stier Calvert, 1795-1821. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991.
Annotations / Notes: Edited collection of 230 letters from Rosalie Stier Calvert to her family in Belgium. Not intended for public consumption, these candid letters give insight into the social interactions of elites, the inner workings of Riversdale, a tobacco plantation in Prince George's County, and the daily life of a plantation wife. In addition, Rosalie bore nine children in twenty-one years (losing four while young) and managed Stier family investments in America.

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Calvert, Edwin T. “The Calvert Family of Anne Arundel County.” Anne Arundel County History Notes, 38 (Spring 2007): 16-18.

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Calvert, Edwin T. “These Little Piggies Went to Market.” Anne Arundel County History Notes, 43 (Fall 2011): 3-5.

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Carr, Lois Green, and Lorena S. Walsh. "The Standard of Living in the Colonial Chesapeake." William and Mary Quarterly 45 (January 1988): 135-59.
Annotations / Notes: Carr and Walsh make detailed use of probate records from seventeenth and eighteenth century Maryland to argue that the period in Chesapeake area history represented a shift from an early emphasis upon material necessities to an improved standard of living marked by "gentility." The authors contend that this change reached across class lines and helped to fuel, rather than check, the productive economy of the colony. The article includes extensive tables and graphs of evidence regarding consumer items for several Maryland and Virginia counties.

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Carroll, Kenneth L. "The Honorable Thomas Taillor: a Tale of Two Wives." Maryland Historical Magazine 85 (1990): 379-394.

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Carter, Mike and Julia Dray. Haunted Annapolis: ghosts of the capital city. Charleston, SC: History Press, 2012.

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Cheevers, James. "Annapolis." American History 30 (1995): 48-55, 60.

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Chidsey, Martha Ann. "The West Street Theatre, Annapolis, Maryland: 1771-74." M.A. thesis, American University, 1977.

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Chisholm, D. “The Long Road to Annapolis: The Founding of the Naval Academy and the Emerging American Republic.” Journal of Military History, 75 (January 2011): 273-74.

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Christensen, John. McDowell Hall at St. John's College in Annapolis: 1742-1989. Annapolis, MD: St. John's College, 1989.

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Clark, Margaret. "Before Meade Village: The Charles Clark Farm." Anne Arundel County History Notes 26 (April 1995): 20.

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Clark, Wayne E. and Al Luckenbach. “American Indian Site Discovered: The History and Preservation of the Magothy Quartzite Quarry.” Anne Arundel County History Notes, 39 (October 2002): 1-2, 7-9.

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Clark, Wayne E. and John H. Smith. "Tobacco Farming in Northern Anne Arundel County." Anne Arundel County History Notes, 33 (October 2001): 1-2, 7-9.

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Clayton, Ralph. Free Blacks of Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1987.

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Cochran, Matthew D. "Hoodoo's Fire: Interpreting Nineteenth Century African American Material Culture at the Brice House, Annapolis, Maryland." Maryland Archeology 35 (March 1999): 25-33.