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Your search in the category "Science and Technology" returned 363 results in 19 pages.

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Heckscher, Christopher M. "Distribution and Habitat Associations of the Eastern Mud Salamander, Pseudotriton montanus , on the Delmarva Peninsula." Maryland Naturalist 39 (January-June 1995): 11-14.

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Hench, John E., Rob Gibbs, and Jayne S. Hench. "Some Observations on Hydrilla and Wintering Waterfowl in Montgomery County, Maryland." Maryland Naturalist 38 (January/June 1994): 3-9.

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Hentschel, Klaus. "The Discovery of the Redshift of Solar Fraunhofer Lines by Rowland and Jewell in Baltimore Around 1890." Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, 23 (no. 2, 1993): 219-77.

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Hill, Raymond D. "The Search for Peter Carnes." Richmond County History 10 (1978): 5-10.

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Hires, Will E. "Profile of the R. E, Gibson Library and Information Center and Mr. Robert S. Gresehover, Director." The Cutting Edge 49 (December 2000): 9, 11.

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Hodge, David C. "The Sesquicentennial of Photography and Will Hooker and His Silver Plates." Harford Historical Bulletin, 61 (Summer 1994): 97-116.

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Hollander, Walter, Jr. Abel Wolman: His Life and Philosophy: An Oral History. 2 vols. Chapel Hill, NC: Universal Pringing & Publishing Co., 1981.

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Homfeld, Max F. "Our Triple-Expansion Steam Engine." Weather Gauge, 28 (Fall 1992): 24-27.

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Homfeld, Max. "The Kuhner Engine Company of Oxford, Md." Weather Gauge, 27 (Spring 1991): 10-12; 28 (Spring 1992): 26-28.

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Horley, James. "After 'The Baltimore Affair': James Mark Baldwin's Life and Work, 1908-1934." History of Psychology, 4 (no. 1, 2001): 24-33.

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Hulse, Stewart H. and Bert F. Green, eds. One Hundred Years of Psychological Research in America: G. Stanley Hall and the Johns Hopkins Tradition. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986.

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Hume, Ivor Nöel. "Archaeological Excavations on the Site of John Frederick Amelung's New Bremen Glass Manufactory, 1962-1963." Journal of Glass Studies, 18 (1976): 137-214.

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Hume, Ruth Fox. Medicine in Maryland. N.p. Published by the author, 1976.

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Hunter, Wilbur H., Jr., "The Tribulations of A Museum Director in the 1820s." Maryland Historical Magazine 49 (Spring 1954): 214-222.
Annotations / Notes: Rubens Peale is considered to be the first professional museum director in the country. For two years 1822-1824, and off site for an additional seven years, he administered the Peale Museum in Baltimore. This discussion, mostly of the years in Baltimore, generally unsuccessful, is based on a series of letters between Rubens and his brother Franklin.

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Hurley, Linda M. Field Guide to the Submerged Aquatic Vegetation of Chesapeake Bay. Annapolis, MD: United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Chesapeake Estuary Program, [1989 or 1990].

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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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Jacobs, Timothy, ed. Great Rails: Baltimore & Ohio. Great Rails Series. New York: Smithmark Publishers, 1994.

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Jacobs, Timothy, ed. The History of the Baltimore and Ohio: America's First Railroad. 1989. reprint, New York: Crescent Books, 1995.

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Jacoby, Mark. Bayside Guide to Weather on the Chesapeake. College Park, MD: Sea Grant College, University of Maryland, 1984.

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Johnson, Paula J. Working the Water: The Commercial Fisheries of Maryland's Patuxent River. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1988.
Annotations / Notes: Johnson's book covers many of the fishing techniques and inventions which have so strongly impacted Chesapeake Bay's natural resources.