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Your search in the category "Frederick County" returned 343 results in 18 pages.

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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.

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Rada, James, Jr. “Crop of Gold: The Story of Goldfish Farming in Frederick County.” Catoctin History, 9 (Fall/Winter 2007): 34-41.

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Randall, Frances E. Mirror on Frederick Through 250 Years. [Frederick, MD]: Great Southern Printing & Manufacturing Co., 2000.

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Randall, Mrs. Georgiana and Seubold, Mrs. Helen. "The Family of Henry Schlosser of Frederick County, Maryland." Maryland and Delaware Genealogist, 17 (January 1976): 14-19.

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Randall, Mrs. Georgianna and Seubold, Mrs. Helen. "The Family of Henry Schlosser of Frederick County, Maryland." Maryland and Delaware Genealogist, 16 (January 1975): 16-20; (October 1975): 85-89.

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Reaves, Ronald E. "New Market: A Maryland town that time did not forget." Cracker Barrel 18 (August 1988): 26-28.

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Reed, Amy L. and Marie L. Burns. In and Out of Frederick Town: Colonial Occupations. Frederick, MD: The Authors, 1985.

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Reed, Paula S. “The Hermitage, A French-Caribbean Plantation in Central Maryland.” Material Culture, 38 (Spring 2006): 1-35.

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Reed, Paula Stoner. “L'Hermitage: A French Plantation in Frederick County.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 97 (Spring 2002): 60-78.

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Reese, Timothy J. “Frederick County’s Most Significant Civil War Site.” Journal of the Historical Society of Frederick County, Maryland, (Fall 2004): 4-21.

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Reimer, Terry. One Vast Hospital: The Civil War Hospital Sites In Frederick, Maryland, After Antietam. Frederick, MD: National Museum of Civil War Medicine, 2001.

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Rice, James D. "Crime and Punishment in Frederick County and Maryland, 1748-1837: A Study in Culture, Society, and Law." Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland, College Park, 1994.

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Rice, Millard Milburn. New Facts and Old Families From the Records of Frederick County, Maryland. Redwood City, Calif.: Monocacy Book Company, 1976.
Annotations / Notes: With and introduction by Judge Edward S. Delaplaine.

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Rice, Millard Milburn. This Was the Life: Excerpts from the Judgment Records of Frederick County, Maryland, 1748-1765. Redwood City, Calif.: Monocacy Book Co., 1979.

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Ridgway, Whitman H. Community Leadership in Maryland, 1790-1840. A Comparative Analysis of Power in Society. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1979.
Annotations / Notes: Applying social science methodology to reconstruct patterns of decision making and their significance, this work examines the formation of elites in four political communities representing the diversity of the state (Baltimore City, and the counties of Frederick, St. Mary's, and Talbot) in two political eras (the Jeffersonian and the Jacksonian). In the more rural areas, such as St. Mary's and Talbot counties, decision makers overlapped with those who held public office and dominated community affairs, and little changed between the two periods. Where there was greater social and economic diversity, the patterns were considerably different. Elites became more specialized forcing decision makers to accommodate the demands of new leaders who represented a expanding popular political base. Members of the different elites (decisional, commercial, positional and traditional) are identified, along with individual socio-economic information, in the appendices.