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Your search in the category "Frederick County" returned 344 results in 18 pages.

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Hudson, Mark S. “Chief Justices Visit Frederick.” Journal of the Historical Society of Frederick County, Maryland, (Spring 2004): 42-45.

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Hudson, Mark S. “Frederick’s Chief Justice: Roger Brooke Taney.” Journal of the Historical Society of Frederick County, Maryland, (Spring 2004): 4-36.

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Hurst, Harold W. “Rebels on the Border: Southern Sympathizers in Civil War Frederick County.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 99 (Summer 2004): 204-15.

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Hutchinson, William E. "The Johnson Family Enterprises Near Sugarloaf Mountain." Historical Society of Frederick County Journal 4 (Spring 1995): 1-15.

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Jenkins, Warren W. Firefighting in Allegany County. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2005.

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Jewell, Clarence “Chip” and Warren W. Jenkins. Firefighting in Frederick. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2004.

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Jewell, Clarence. Firefighting in Frederick County. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2005.

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Jewell, Clarence. Mem>Firefighting in Frederick County. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2005.

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Johnson, Arthur T. Minor League Baseball and Local Economic Development. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1993.
Annotations / Notes: Johnson examines the public policy issues related to minor league baseball, among the most popular of American minor league enterprises. Case studies explore the way in which the "stadium issue" often raises political controversy regarding public control and economic development. One chapter focuses on Frederick, Maryland, and the state and local policies that led to construction of a stadium for the Frederick Keys franchise. Johnson concludes that the direct economic contribution of minor league sports to local economies is relatively small, though they may enhance general development efforts.

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Jones, Wilbur D., Jr. "Ego, Carelessness and Three Cigars: How Lee's Special Orders No. 191 Was Lost." Journal of America's Military Past 24 (1997): 24-38.

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Judkins, William. “Confederates in Frederick, MD.” American Heritage, 62 (Summer 2012): 25.

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Kalkman, Julia von H. "'Mountevina': The Home of John Frederick Amelung." Historical Society of Frederick County, Inc., Newsletter (November 1991) 3-5.

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Kavanagh, Maureen. "Late Woodland Settlement in the Monocacy River Region." Maryland Archeology, 37 (March 2001): 1-12.

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Kelly, Richard M. "The Maryland Ancestors of Rachel Wells." Southern Friend 16 (Spring-Autumn 1994): 35-63.

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Keseel, Elizabeth Augusta. "Germans on the Maryland Frontier: A Social History of Frederick County, 1730-1800." Ph.D. diss., Rice University, 1981.

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Kessler, Eddie M. “Tivoli Memories.” Maryland Life, 3 (January/February 2007): 134.

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Koehler, Margaret H. "Barbara Fritchie." Maryland 16 (Autumn 1983): 31-33.

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Lanmon, Dwight P. and Palmer, Arlene M. "John Frederick Amelung and the New Bremen Glassmanufactory." Journal of Glass Studies, 18 (1976): 13-136.

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Larsen, Hal. "35 Years Ago!" Maryland Cracker Barrel 18 (April 1989): 18-19.
Annotations / Notes: Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas on C&O Canal hike.

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Lebherz, Ann and Mary Margrabe. Pre-1800 Houses of Frederick County, Volume I: Ballenger to Frederick. [Frederick, MD]: A. Lebherz, 1997.