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Your search in the category "Biography, Autobiography, and Reminiscences" returned 3203 results in 161 pages.

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“Frederick Douglass Day.” Chesapeake Log, (Spring 2012): 22.

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“From Our Collections: The Dent Family Letters.” Chronicles of St. Mary’s, 50 (Winter 2002): 258-59.

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“Ghost of Lincoln Assassin Stalks Baseball Team.” American History, 45 (February 2011): 12.

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“Gifted Hands, Giving Heart.” Reading Today, 26 (February 2009): 24.

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“Harry Hosier, 1750(?)-1806.” Third Century Methodism, 49 (April 2009): 1.

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“Harry Hosier, 1750(?)-1806.” Third Century Methodism, 49 (April 2009): 1.

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“Hepburn Memoirs.” Old Kent, 21 (Winter 2004): 1-2.

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“Historic Calvert Family Items Given to Riversdale.” Riversdale, (Fall 2011): 1, 12.

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“History Mystery.” Old Kent, 22 (Spring 2005): 2.

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“Honoring a Legend.” Maryland Life, 6 (July/August 2010): [BWI Marshall Airport 6].

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“Howard Grafton Crist, Jr.” The Legacy, 42 (Spring 2004): 4, 6.

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“Illuminating the Sea: The Maritime Paints of James E. Buttersworth, 1817-1894.” Chesapeake Log, (Spring 2011): 7-8.

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“In Memoriam: Carl Hanford: Hall of Famer Trained Kelso.” Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, 19 (October 2011): 55-56.

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“In Memoriam: Katharine Jenkins.” Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, 19 (August 2011): [Maryland Horse 3].

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“Indubitably, Indisputably Mike”: Building a memorable presence in Carroll County.” Carroll Courier, 3 (Summer 2010): 3.
Annotations / Notes: William Granville “Mike” Eaton

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“James K. Mathews, 97, former Bishop of the Baltimore Conference (1972-1980) and Historical Society Life Member.” Third Century Methodism, 50 July-August- September 2010): 4-5.

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“Knobloch Shows ‘Phi Sig for Life’ is More than Words.” The Third Degree, (Winter 2010): 20-21.
Annotations / Notes: University of Maryland alumnus Howard Knobloch, Class of 1933

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“Latest News from Maryland.” Journal of the War of 1812, 13 (Summer 2010): 3.
Annotations / Notes: Joshua Barney

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“Leading Black Political Expert Dies in Maryland.” The Final Call, 29 (September 21, 2010): 4, 22.

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“Letters from Gettysburg: History Shared is History Preserved.” Anne Arundel County History Notes, 36 (July 2005): 6, 15.