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Your search in the category "Charles County" returned 121 results in 7 pages.

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Beisaw, April M. “Once Was Not Enough: Founding and Finding Port Tobacco, Charles County.” Maryland Archeology, 43 (September 2007): 1-6.

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Beisaw, April M. “Port Tobacco diggers explore five areas.” ASM Ink, 34 (August 2008): 1, 6.

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Blackpool, Stephen. Maryland Historical Markers: Charles County. Baltimore: Stephen Blackpool, 2004.

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Blake, Allison. The Chesapeake Bay Book: A Complete Guide. 3rd edition. Lee, MA: Berkshire House Publishers, 1997.
Annotations / Notes: A well researched tour guide for the general population.

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Bowling, Garth, Jr. "Charles County's Georgetown Alumni During the Civil War." The Record, 67 (April 1995): 1.

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Bowling, Garth. “A Charles County Soldier Writes Home.” The Record, 100 (May 2006): 3; The Record, 100 (September 2006): 3.
Category: Military | Charles County

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Bowling, Joan L. “Rock Point: ‘The Point’ at Rock Hall Farm.” The Record, 98 (January 2005): 4.

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Brown, Jack D., William A. Diggs, Gladys S. Jenkins, J. C. Karpiak, Elwood M. Leviner, Mary Clare Matthews, Janie MacInnis, Rona R. Schaepman, and Frederick Tilp. Charles County, Maryland: A History. South Hackensack: Custombook, 1976.

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Browne, Gary L. "Urban Centers of the Past." Maryland Heritage News 2 (Fall 1984): 6-7.
Annotations / Notes: A variety of factors effect the rise and fall of urban centers -- transportation, market, environmental, and political changes, as well as the rise of other centers. Browne presents a brief discussion of the fate of approximately ten urban centers.

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Bunting, Elaine. Counties of Southern Maryland. Centreville, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 2002.

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Butruille, Susan G. "Waldorf." Maryland 16 (Winter 1983): 36-40.

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Camp, Sharon Lee. "Modernization: Threat to Community Politics. Political Intermediaries in Charles County, Maryland." Ph.D. diss., Johns Hopkins University, 1977.

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Cardno, Catherine Annette. “Community, Morality and Violence: Crime and the Construction of a British-American Society in Eighteenth-Century Charles County, Maryland.” Ph.D. diss., Johns Hopkins University, 2005.

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Carlisle, Rodney P. Powder and Propellants: Energetic Materials at Indian Head, Maryland, 1890-1990. Washington, D.C.: U. S. Navy, 1990?

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Carter, Samuel, III. The Riddle of Dr. Mudd. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1974.
Annotations / Notes: Dr. Samuel Mudd (1833-1883) of Charles County is inextricably connected with the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Convicted of aiding John Wilkes Booth by tending to his broken leg during his flight from Washington, Mudd served time at Fort Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas until his heroic efforts to save victims of a yellow fever epidemic helped earn an early release. Mudd's conduct and subsequent treatment in the aftermath of Lincoln's death has sparked a cottage industry of defenders and detractors.

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Chaney, Edward. “Popes Creek Pottery Vessels.” Maryland Archeology, 47 (September 2011): 37-38.

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Charles County Retired Teachers Association. A Legacy: One and Two Room Schools in Charles County. La Plata, MD: Dick Wildes Printing Co., 1984.

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Compton, Amy. "Ferreting Out History in Charles County: A Mini-Tour for Cars or Bikes." Maryland 6 (Spring 1974): 6-9.

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Cowherd, Carol L. “Using Land Records to Look for Port Tobacco in the 18th Century.” Maryland Archeology, 47 (March 2011): 14-27.