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Your search in the category "Geography and Cartography" returned 303 results in 16 pages.

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Himmelheber, Peter. "St. George's Island Revisited." Chronicles of St. Mary's 46 (Winter 1998): 332-37.

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Himmelheber, Peter. "The Resurrection Manner of Resurrection Manor." Chronicles of St. Mary's, 46 (Spring 1998): 275-80.

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Himmelheber, Peter. “From St. Anne’s Manor to Steer Horn Neck via ye half pone.” Chronicles of St. Mary’s, 54 (Winter 2007): 368-82.

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Himmelheber, Peter. “From the Old Line State to the Sunshine State: Polkerton’s Venture 1759 to 2003.” Chronicles of St. Mary’s, 51 (Fall 2003): 75-78.

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Himmelheber, Peter. “Wickliff’s Creek Revisited, June 28, 1999.” Chronicles of St. Mary’s, 54 (Fall 2007): 450-55.

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Hoffman, Charles W. "The Indian Names of Frederick County." Historical Society of Frederick County, Inc., Newsletter (May 1991): 2.

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Hoffman, W.C., Dr. "The Origin for the Name for Frederick County." Historical Society of Frederick County Journal 1 (Spring 1990): 25-27.

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Hollowak, Thomas L., comp. "Maryland Maps in the Peabody Collection." Maryland Historical Magazine 87 (Spring 1992): 72-87.

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Horner, T. Aaron. "Preserving the Eastern 'Stones'." Shoreline, 13 (September 2006): 32-33.

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Horner, T. Aaron. "The Chesapeake Name Game." Shoreline, 10 (September 2003): 23.

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Horsey, Eleanor F. Origins of Caroline County from Land Plats. vol. 1. Denton: n.p., 1974.

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Hughes, Elizabeth. "A Profile of Chaptico in 1821: The Partition of Philip Key's Real Estate." Chronicles of St. Mary's 43 (Fall 1995): 49-62.
Annotations / Notes: A history of this commercial community as interpreted by the 1821 survey and plat developed for the division of Key's estate.

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Ives, Sallie Middleton. "A Symbolic Interaction Approach to the Place Meanings in a Historic District: A Case Study of Annapolis, Maryland." Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1977.

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Jacobs, David, and Anthony E. Neville. Bridges, Canals, and Tunnels; the Engineering Conquest of North America. New York: American Heritage, 1968.
Annotations / Notes: This readable general discussion of the subject with fine illustrations includes material on Maryland. Robert M. Vogel, former curator of mechanical and civil engineering at the Smithsonian Institution was the consultant.

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Jensen, James Edward, comp. "How Maryland's Counties Came To Be..." Shoreline, 13 (September 2006): 16.

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Jensen, James Edward. "The Recognized Boundaries for the Ancestral Lands of the Main Three Tribes of the Eastern Shore." Shoreline, 13 (September 2006): 30.

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Jones, Carleton. Streetwise Baltimore: The Story Behind Baltimore Street Names. [Baltimore?]: Bonus Books, 1991.
Annotations / Notes: Brief, quick descriptions of street and neighborhoods names, including some surrounding communities in other counties. Includes a history of the city's development.

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Jordan, John W. "Penn versus Baltimore. Journal of John Watson, Assistant Surveyor to the Commissioners of the Province of Pennsylvania, 1750." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 38 (no. 4, 1914): 385-406; 39 (no. 1, 1915): 1-47.

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Kaminkow, Marion J. Maryland from A to Z: A Topograpical Dictionary. Baltimore: Magna Carta Book Company, 1985.

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Kanskey, Karel J. "Augustine Herman: The Leading Cartographer of the Seventeenth Century." Maryland Historical Magazine, 73 (December 1978): 352-59.