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Your search in the category "Harford County" returned 209 results in 11 pages.

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Silverman, Sharon H. "The Spencer-Silver Mansion." Maryland 27 (May/June 1995): 50-53, 55.

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Simmons, James R. "Natural History of Harford County, Maryland." Harford Historical Bulletin 62 (Fall 1994): 143-58.

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Skrowronski, Maryanna. "The History of Horse Racing in Harford County." Harford Historical Bulletin 74 (Fall 1997): 3-25.

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Smart, Jeffery K. "Burning Bridges: The Events Leading Up to the Military Occupation of Harford County in 1861." Harford Historical Bulletin 72 (Spring 1997): 9-56.

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Smart, Jeffery K. "From Plowshare to Sword: Historical Highlights of Gunpowder Neck and Edgewood Arsenal to the End of World War I." Harford Historical Bulletin 63 (Winter 1995): 3-49.

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Smart, Jeffery K. "Suppressing Rebellion in Harford County in 1861-Part 1." Harford Historical Bulletin 83 (Winter 2000): 3-43; "Part 2." Harford Historical Bulletin 84 (Spring 2000): 3-32.

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Smart, Jeffery K. “Divided Union: A Military History of Harford County in the Civil War in 1862—Part I.” Harford Historical Bulletin, 111 (Winter 2012): 3-43.

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Smart, Jeffery K. “Divided Union: A Military History of Harford County in the Civil War in 1862—Part II.” Harford Historical Bulletin, 112 (Spring 2012): 3-60.

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Smith, Bert. Down the Ocean: Postcards from Maryland and Delaware Beaches. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999.
Annotations / Notes: Arranged by theme and subject -- famous housing, boardwalk, on the beach, life saving. It presents a vivid picture of life at the shore as interpreted through postcards. Includes some illustration on spots on the way -- diners, bridges, etc. Information on the cards themselves is included and adds to the work's usefulness.

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Smith, Philip Kingsley and William Louis Smith. "Anglican and Episcopal Churches of Harford County." Harford Historical Bulletin, 73 (Summer 1997): 3-39.
Category: Religion | Harford County

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Spicer, Patrick P. “Decade of Delay: The Desegregation of Harford County Public Schools-Part 2.” Harford Historical Bulletin, 107 (Winter/Spring 2008): 3-47.

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Spicer, Patrick P. “Decade of Delay: The Desegregation of Harford County Public Schools—Part I.” Harford Historical Bulletin, 105 (Winter/Spring 2007): 3-55.

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Spicer, Patrick P. “Decade of Delay: The Desegregation of Harford County Public Schools—Part I.” Harford Historical Bulletin, 105 (Winter/Spring 2007): 3-55.

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Stansbury, Russell. "Biographical Sketch [of] Clayton Crewell Stansbury." Harford Historical Bulletin 15 (Winter 1983): 7-9.
Annotations / Notes: Havre de Grace community leader, ca. 1920-1950.

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Sterling, Keir. "Aberdeen Proving Ground: The Early Years (to about July, 1941)." Harford Historical Bulletin, 49 (Summer 1991): 55-79.
Category: Military | Harford County

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Sterling, Keir. "Aberdeen Proving Ground: The Early Years (to about July, 1941)." Harford Historical Bulletin, 49 (Summer 1991): 55-79.

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Steury, Brent W. “Rare, Threatened and Endangered Vascular Plants of the Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Harford and Baltimore Counties, Maryland.” Maryland Naturalist, 45 (Summer 2002): 1-12.

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Stewart, Frank M. "History of Postal Service in Harford County." Harford Historical Bulletin 55 (Winter 1993): 3-32.

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Stewart, James V. "Caroline Stewart, pioneering horsewoman, finally has her story told." Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred (May 1999): 16-17.

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Stiverson, Gregory A. and Jacobsen, Phebe R. William Paca: A Biography. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1976.
Annotations / Notes: Visitors to Annapolis mostly associate William Paca (1740-1799) with a handsome house and gardens restored to their original glory. Paca hailed from Harford County, owned extensive property on the Eastern Shore, but moved to Annapolis and emerged as a patriotic leader during the revolutionary era. Elected Governor in 1782, Paca headed a state government that witnessed the final victory over the British. This short biography provides a good introduction to the man and his era.