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Your search in the category "Frederick County" returned 358 results in 18 pages.

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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.

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Peck, Donald W. "Test Excavations at the Nolands Ferry Site, Frederick County, Maryland." Maryland Archeology, 16 (March 1980): 2-18.

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Peden, Henry C., Jr., and Veronica Clarke Peden. Frederick County, Maryland, Marriage References and Family Relationships, 1748-1800. Lewes, DE: Colonial Roots, 2012.

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Phelps, Walter, Jr., and Tom Clemens, ed. "A Brigade Commander's First Fight: the Letters of Colonel Walter Phelps, Jr. During the Maryland Campaign."Civil War Regiments 5 (1996): 59-72.

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Pitcher, Edward W.R., comp. The Key (Frederick Town, Maryland, 1798): An Annotated Catalogue of the Contents with Notes on Authors and Sources. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2005.

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Platteborze, Peter L. “Crossroads of Destiny: Lew Wallace, the Battle of Monocacy, and the Outcome of Jubal Early’s Drive on Washington, D.C.” Army History, 61 (Spring 2005): 4-19.

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Pomeroy, Jennifer Yongmei. “Analyzing Municipal Annexations: Case Studies in Frederick and Caroline Counties of Maryland, 1990-2010.” Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland, College Park, 2012.

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Poole, Kathy. "Civic Hydrology: Using Water to Form Public Ground: Frederick, Maryland." Landscape Architecture 89 (June 1999): 148, 145.

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Powell, Allan. “Were German Prisoners Housed at Fort Frederick During the American Revolution?” Journal of the Alleghenies, 39 (2003): 3-20.

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Preston, Robert M. "The Great Fire of Emmitsburg, Maryland: Does a Catastrophic Event Cause Mobility?" Maryland Historical Magazine 77 (Summer 1982): 172-82.

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Quynn, W. R. Bicentennial History of Frederick City & County Maryland. Frederick: Bicentennial Committee of Frederick Chamber of Commerce, 1975.

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Quynn, William R., ed. The Diary of Jacob Englebrecht 1818-1878. Frederick: The Historical Society of Frederick County, Inc., 1976.