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Your search in the category "Frederick County" returned 347 results in 18 pages.

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McNeil, Betty Ann, D.C., ed. "The Journal of Mother Rose White: The Earliest History of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Joseph's Emmitsburg, Maryland." Vincentian Heritage 18 (1997): 19-56.

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McWilliams, Rita. "Great Elevations." Mid-Atlantic Country 13 (January 1992): 54-58, 63.
Annotations / Notes: A tourism piece, but one which offers good basic information on a number of western Maryland's geological landmarks -- Crystal Grottoes Caverns, Sideling Hill Road Cut, and The Devil's Racecourse.

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Michael, Peter H. “Flight to Freedom: A Legendary Underground Railroad Escape Touches Frederick County.” Journal of the Historical Society of Frederick County, Maryland, (Fall 2011): 4-27.

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Miller, Edith. "Maryland Marriage Licenses, 1778-1800." Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin, 19 (Summer 1978): 190-201.
Annotations / Notes: Frederick County.

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Milne, Kristin. "Steps in Time: Walking Frederick's Historic Court Square." Frederick Magazine (April 1990): 22-9.

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Moore, Elizabeth A. "Bone and Antler Tools and Decorative Objects from the Rosenstock Site (18FR18)." Maryland Archeology, 30 (March 1994): 17-28.

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Moore, Elizabeth A. “Faunal Remains from the Claggett Retreat Site (18FR25).” Maryland Archeology, 46 (March-September 2010): 47-59.

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Moore, L. Tilden, transcriber. The Valley Register of Middletown, Maryland, 1861-1862. Baltimore, Md., Historyk Press, [2008].

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Moyer, Teresa S. “First Flight to Frederick: Uncle Sam’s Birdmen at Camp Ordway.” Catoctin History, 5 (Spring/Summer 2005): 8-17.

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Mroszczyk, Lisa. “Bank Barns of Frederick County.” Catoctin History, 10 (Spring/Summer 2008): 9-11.

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Mullins, Caitlin. “The Correct Silhouette: 19th century hoop skirts from the Historical Society of Frederick County collection.” Journal of the Historical Society of Frederick County, Maryland, (Fall 2010): 34-44.

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Nakhleh, Emilie A., and Mary B. Nakhleh, eds. Emmitsburg. History and Society. Emmitsburg, MD: The Emmitsburg Chronicle, 1976.

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Nelson, W. Dale. The President is at Camp David. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1995.

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Ness, George T., Jr. "Georgia's Confederate Dead in the Frederick, Maryland, Cemetery." Georgia Historical Quarterly, 25 (December 1941): 364-70.

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Newbury, Robert A. “What about the Biggs Ford Bow?” Maryland Archeology, 43 (September 2007): 29-31.

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Newbury, Robert A. “What about the Biggs Ford Bow?” Maryland Archeology, 43 (September 2007): 29-31.

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Newman, Parsons. Three Historical Sketches of Frederick County from its Foundations to the End of the Revolutionary Period. Frederick: Historical Society of Frederick County, 1974.

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O’Donoghue, Louis B. Gazetteer of Old, Odd and Obscure Place Names of Frederick County, Maryland. Frederick, MD: Historical Society of Frederick County, 2008.

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Ohr, Erica. "Museums for Kids." Frederick Magazine (February 1994): 44-45.

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Olsen, Eileen E. "Historical Sites and Edifices Pertaining to the Black Community in Frederick County." Historical Society of Frederick County, Inc. Newsletter (March 1990): 3-5.