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Your search in the category "Transportation and Communication" returned 968 results in 49 pages.

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Cale, Clyde C. "Era of Pack-Horse Transportation." Glades Star 7 (September 1994): 437-41.

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Calhoun, David Hovey. The American Civil Engineer. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1960.
Annotations / Notes: Discusses Benjamin Henry Latrobe as engineer and other early civil engineers in Maryland whose work on the state's turnpikes, canals, and railroads laid the foundation for the civil engineering profession in America.

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Cameron, Mark. "Monuments of Urbanity: The Development of Baltimore's Residential Squares." Maryland Humanities (Winter 1998): 5.

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Campbell, Don. "By the Sea, by the Sea, via Trolley." Live Wire 30 (Spring 2000): 3-4.

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Canby, Tom. “Horses Didn't Like Those Early Autos!” Legacy, 22 (Winter 2002): 1, 5.

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Caplinger, Michael W. Bridges Over Time: A Technological Context for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Main Stem at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia Press, 1997.

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Capper, John, Garrett Power, and Frank Shivers. Chesapeake Waters: Pollution, Public Health and Public Opinion, 1602-1972. Centreville, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1983.

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Carlson, Robert E. "British Railroads and Engineers and the Beginnings of American Railroad Development." Business History Review 34 (1960): 137-149.

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Carmer, Carl. The Susquehanna. New York: Rinehart, 1955.
Annotations / Notes: One of the prestigious "Rivers of America" series, and for Marylanders a book-end volume to Frederick Gutheim's The Potomac. This is popular history at its best: powerfully-written, anecdotal--and what anecdotes! The story of Thomas Cresap is alone worth checking the book out of the library. Covers the downriver ark traffic and the attempts of steamboats to conquer the rocky and unruly Susquehanna.

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Carpenter, Richard C. A Railroad Atlas of the United States in 1946, Volume 1, The Mid-Atlantic States. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003.

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Caruthers, Jack M. “The National Road Bicentennial—Two Hundred Years of History.” Glades Star, 12 ( June 2011): 39-43.

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Cassutto, George. "Setting up a History-based Web Site for Your School." History Computer Review 13 (1997): 27-39.

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Cather, Mike. "Mount Clare Memories." The Sentinel 17 (March/April 1995): 5-12.

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Catton, William H. "How Rails Saved a Seaport." American Heritage 8 (1957): 26-31, 93-95.

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Catton, William H. "John W. Garrett of the Baltimore and Ohio: A Study in Seaport and Railroad Competition, 1820-1874." Ph.D. diss., Northwestern University, 1959.

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Censer, Jack R. On the Trail of the D.C. Sniper: Fear and the Media. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2010.

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Chalfant, Randolph W. "Calvert Station: Its Structure and Significance." Maryland Historical Magazine 74 (March 1979): 11-22.

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Chandler, Alfred D., Jr. "The Railroads: Pioneers in Modern Corporate Management." Business History Review 39 (1965): 16-40.

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Chapelle, Howard I. The Baltimore Clipper. Hatboro, PA: Tradition Press, 1965.
Annotations / Notes: First published in 1930, this is a classic treatment, with drawings and illustrations, of a famous ship developed on the Chesapeake Bay. The author, one of America's most distinguished naval historians, lived for many years on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

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Chappell, Helen. "Bridging the Bay." Chesapeake Bay Magazine 24 (June 1994): 44-49.