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Your search in the category "Eighteenth Century" returned 1394 results in 70 pages.

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"Major William Dent (1660-1705)." The Record 57 (October 1992): 3.

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"Maryland Gossip in 1755." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 3 (no. 2, 1878): 144-49.

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"Maryland's Best Kept Humanities Secret: Hampton National Historic Site." Maryland Humanities (Summer 1998): 43.

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"Maryland's Best Kept Humanities Secrets: Sotterley Plantation." Maryland Humanities (July/August 1994): 27.

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"Military and Political Affairs in the Middle Colonies in 1755 by Daniel Dulany." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 3 (no. 1, 1878): 11-31.

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"More About 'Isaac's Camp'." Glades Star 8 (September 1996): 99.

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"Narrative of a Voyage to Maryland, 1705-1706." American Historical Review, 12 (January 1907): 327-40.

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"Notes on the Origin of Garrett County, MD." Glades Star 5 (September 1977): 27-29.

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"Practices in Maryland, 1681-1837." Journal of the Early Republic 19 (Spring 1999): 15-42.
Annotations / Notes: A case study of Maryland as colony and state to determine why some states adopted the penitentiary earlier than others; whether the rise of the penitentiary was a revolutionary development; and whether the diverse paths to the penitentiary produced diverse forms. This study roots the development of the penitentiary in a regional and local context.

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"Prose from a Farm Ledger." History Trails 11 (Autumn 1976): 1-6.
Annotations / Notes: Charles Jessop (1759-1828).

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"Recognizing Maryland's Role in 'The First Freedom.'" A Briefe Relation 21 (Spring 1999): 1, 8.

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"Revolutionary Doctors of Anne Arundel County." Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin, 19 (Fall 1978): 303-07.

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"The Diary of William Faris, 1791-1804." Maryland Historical Magazine 28 (1933): 197-244.

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"The Forgotten Patriot." Passport to the Past 1 (November/December 1990): 9.
Annotations / Notes: John Rogers.

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"The Great Game." Johns Hopkins Magazine 7 (April 1956): 7-9, 20-21.
Annotations / Notes: The article discusses the Native American origins of lacrosse in a game called "baggattaway," tracing its adaption in the nineteenth century as a popular sport among Canadians and its spread to the United States. First played in Baltimore in the 1870s, it became a club and intercollegiate sport in the area. In 1928 lacrosse arrived on the world scene as a sport at the Amsterdam Olympics.

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"The Miniature Ship 'Federalist': Symbol of Maryland's Ratification of the Constitution." Bugeye Times, 13 (Spring 1988): 1, 6-7.

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"The Patriots of Washington County Who Took the Oath of Allegiance and Fidelity to the State of Maryland." Maryland and Delaware Genealogist, 16 (February 1975): 56-57; (October 1975); 80-81.

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"The Thomas Cresap Story." Glades Star 7 (September 1995): 614-17.