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Your search in the category "Transportation and Communication" returned 970 results in 49 pages.

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Charney, Mark. “Romeos of the Road.” Chesapeake Life, 14 (November 2008): 76-79, 92-93.

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Chavanne, Bettina H. “Stowaways: The Strange Things Restorers Find in Old Aircraft.” Air & Space Smithsonian, 23 (no. 1, 2008): 28-31.

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Chesser, Helen Brown. "St. George Island Memories." Chronicles of St. Mary's 40 (Spring 1992): 98-104.
Annotations / Notes: The memories of a woman who grew up on the Island during the early decades of the twentieth century.

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Chevalier, Michel. Histoire et description des voies de communication aux tats Unis et des travaux d'art qui en dpendent [History and Description of the Channels of Communication of the United States...]. Paris: 1841.
Annotations / Notes: A good deal of important early information on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad is contained in two volumes, one of text and the other of maps and illustrations, by the French economist and advocate of industrial development as the key to social progress. Other railroads and canals are also given extensive treatment.

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Chisman, Forrest P., and Renee S. Woodworth. "The Mattapex Post Office." Isle of Kent Quarterly (Winter/Spring 2000): 3-5.

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Christianson, M.K., M.T. Farkas, and K.M. Sutcliffe, et al. “Learning Through Rare Events: Significant Interruptions at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum.” Organization Science, 20 (September-October 2009): 846-60.

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Clark, Douglas N., and F. Edgar Ruckle. The Street Railway Post Offices of Baltimore. The Mobile Post Office Society, 1979.

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Clark, Ella E., and Thomas F. Hahn, eds. Life on the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, 1859. York, PA: American Canal and Transportation Center, 1975.

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Clark, Ella E., and Thomas F. Hahn, eds. Life on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, 1859. Shepherdstown, WV: American Canal & Transportation Center, 1975.
Annotations / Notes: "I was drifting," begins this 1859 tale of a round trip between Cumberland and Washington, D. C. on the canal written by an anonymous, unemployed New Englander. A rare, pre-Civil War account of a vanished way of life on the canal illustrated with later photographs.

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Clark, Joseph S., Jr. "The Railroad Struggle for Pittsburgh. Forty-Three Years of Philadelphia-Baltimore Rivalry, 1838-1871." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 48 (1924): 1-37.

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Clark, Joseph S., Jr. "The Railroad Struggle for Pittsburgh: Forty-three Years of Philadelphia-Baltimore Rivalry, 1838-1871." Pennsylvania Magazine, 48 (no. 1, 1924): 1-37.

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Clarke, Alan R. The Western Maryland Railway in West Virginia. Charleston, WV: Quarrier Press, 2006.

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Clarke, Alan. The West Virginia Central and Pittsburg Railway: A Western Maryland Predecessor. Lynchburg, VA: TLC Publishing, Inc., 2003.

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Cochran, Sheila. "The Early History of River Road." The Montgomery County Story 28 (November 1985): 183-196.

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Colburn, Zerah. Locomotive Engineering, and the Mechanism of Railways: a Treatise on the Principles and Construction of the Locomotive Engine, Railway Carriages, and Railway Plant. London: Glasgow, W. Collins, sons, and company, 1871.
Annotations / Notes: No-one wrote better about the steam locomotive than Colburn, who was also a founder and editor of American engineering journals. This last of his great works was published a year after his suicide.

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Colburn, Zerah. The Locomotive Engine: Including a Description of its Structure, Rules for Estimating its Capabilities, and Practical Observations on its Construction and Management. Philadelphia: Henry Carey Baird, 1854. [Railroad historian John H. White, Jr. describes the author as "a leading authority on locomotive engineering and one of the most gifted technical writers of the nineteenth century," and his book as "a small but valuable manual." It includes material on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and its greatest early locomotive builder, Ross Winans.

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Cole, Merle T. "89 CG/OLC: The Davidsonville Transmitter Station." Anne Arundel County History Notes 25 (January 1994): 7-8, 19.

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Cole, Merle T. "Guarding the Morgantown Bridge, 1942-1943." The Record, 36 (February 1986): 1-4.

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Cole, Merle T. "The Special Military Police at Morgantown Bridge, 1942-1943." Military Affairs, 52 (January 1988): 18-22.