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Your search in the category "Geography and Cartography" returned 293 results in 15 pages.

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Lanham, Paul T. "Why 'Upper'?" News and Notes from the Prince George's County Historical Society 17 (May 1989): 27.
Annotations / Notes: Upper and Lower Marlboro.

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Lehan, Daniel P. "The History of the 1824 Anne Arundel-Calvert County Boundary Marker and the Samuel Owings Family." Calvert Historian 25 (Spring 2000): 32-39.

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LeViness, Charles T. History of Road Building in Maryland. Baltimore: Maryland State Roads Commission, 1958.

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Lister, Dawn Sheets. "Calvert County Maryland: The Physical and Human Geography of the 'Charm of the Chesapeake'." Calvert Historian 11 (Spring 1996): 43-55.

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Logsdon, Alma. "Origin of Maryland Town Names." Journal of the Alleghenies, 35 (1999): 80-84.

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Loose, John Ward Willson. “Founders and Builders of Lancaster County: John Postlethwaite.” Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society, 111 (Fall/Winter 2009/2010): 86-89.

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Lyon, John C. "A Skeleton Key to Historical Boundaries on Maryland's Lower Eastern Shore." Shoreline, 13 (September 2006): 27-29.

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Mannix, Mary "Preliminary Survey of the Cartographic Records of Howard County, Maryland." The Portolan: Washington Map Society 36 (Summer 1996): 9-20.

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Marks, Bayly Ellen. "Rural Response to Urban Penetration: Baltimore and St. Mary's County, Maryland, 1790-1840." Journal of Historical Geography, 8 (April 1082): 113-27.

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Marks, Bayly Ellen. "The Rage for the Kentucky: Emigration from St. Mary's County, 1790-1810." Geographical Perspectives on Maryland's Past, Occasional Papers in Geography no. 4, eds. Robert D. Mitchell and Edward K. Muller. College Park: University of Maryland Department of Geography, 1979, pp. 108-28.

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Marsh, Joan F. "William Henry Holmes and 'Holmescroft'." Montgomery County Story 42 (August 1999): 89-100.

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Maryland Historical Society. Mapping of Maryland 1590-1914. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1982.

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Maryland State Planning Commission. Gazetteer of Maryland. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Press, 1941.
Annotations / Notes: Perhaps the most thorough of all the geographic dictionaries, if you trying to identify a place in Maryland you will most likely find it in this Gazetteer.

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Mason, A. Hughlett and William. F. Swindler. "Mason & Dixon: Their Line and its Legend." American Heritage, 15 (February 1964): 23-29, 93-96.

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McCauley, Lois B. Maryland Historical Prints, 1752 to 1889: A Selection from the Robert G. Merrick Collection Maryland Historical Society and Other Maryland Collections. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1975.
Annotations / Notes: McCauley's is the major reference point for anyone researching Maryland prints. It is well illustrated, with descriptive text. This is as close as one comes to a union catalog for Maryland prints. This work should also be of interest to anyone seeking pre-photographic images of Maryland sites, as well as to map historians.

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McConnel, Clarence H. "Forgotten Schools of Yesterday." Now and Then 14 (1964): 151-160.

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McElrath, Doug. "Riverdale Park: The Story Behind the Name." Riverdale Town Crier 27 (May 1998): 1, 10.

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McGrain, John W. Place Names, Baltimore County. Towson, Md.: Baltimore County Office of Planning and Zoning, 1989.

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McGrain, John. "Finding the Lines of Clynmalira." History Trails, 31 (Autumn 1996): 1-4.

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McGrain, John. "Roads to Philadelphia." Nuts and Bolts 14 (Spring 1996): [7-9].