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Your search in the category "Baltimore City" returned 1969 results in 99 pages.

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Boles, Nancy G. "Notes on Maryland Historical Society Manuscript Collections: the Joseph Nathan Ulman Collection." Maryland Historical Magazine 67 (1972): 307-309.

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Bolton, Nelson Mott and Christopher T. George. “Captain Henry Thompson’s First Baltimore Horse Artillery in the Defense of Baltimore in the War of 1812.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 108 (Winter 2013): 420-44.

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Bond, Chrystelle T. "A Chronicle of Dance in Baltimore 1780-1814." Dance Perspectives 66 (Summer 1976): 1-49.

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Bond, Chrystelle T. "A Chronicle of Dance in Baltimore, 1780-1814." Dance Perspectives 66, vol. 17 (Summer 1976).
Annotations / Notes: A summary of dancing, both ballroom and theatre, in Baltimore during an important 34-year period, with a focus on dancemasters William Francis (active at Holliday Street theatre 1794-1826) and Pierre Landrin Duport (active in Baltimore 1791-2, 1802-10), as well as musician Alexandria Reinagle and stage dancer John Durang and his descendents. Bond focuses on themes like patriotism and exoticism (through pantomime and French ballet), showing how choreographed upper class dances of the colonial period (like the minuet) gradually gave way to the simple, more commercial dances for the middle classes. This is an essential study for music, theatre and dance historians.

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Bond, Chrystelle Trump. "Homefront Heroes: Jitterbugging in Wartime Baltimore." Maryland Historical Magazine 88 (Winter 1993): 462-72.
Annotations / Notes: Bond points out that the dance craze that hit America in the 1930s and 1940s found special expression during World War II in USO clubs, like those in Baltimore, which served as a hub for activities for servicemen in the Mid-Atlantic region. The article describes the etiquette instructions provided for female hostesses and discusses typical dance programs at the clubs, concluding by noting the special wartime popularity of the "jitterbug."

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Bonvillain, Dorothy Guy. "Cultural Pluralism and the Americanization of Immigrants: The Role of Public Schools and Ethnic Communities, Baltimore, 1890-1920." Ph.D. diss., American University, 1999.

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Boodram, B., E.T. Golub, and L.J. Ouellet. “Socio-Behavioral and Geographic Correlates of Prevalent Hepatitis C Virus Infection among Young Injection Drug Users in Metropolitan Baltimore and Chicago.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 111 (September 1, 2010): 136-45.
Category: Medicine | Baltimore City

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Boone, Christopher G. “An Assessment and Explanation of Environmental Inequity in Baltimore.” Urban Geography, 23 (August 16-September 30, 2002): 581-95.

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Boone, Christopher G. “Obstacles to Infrastructure Provision: The Struggle to Build Comprehensive Sewer Works in Baltimore.” Historical Geography, 31 (Special Issue, 2003): 151-68.

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Boone, Christopher G., Geoffrey L. Buckley, J. Morgan Grove, and Chona Sister. “Parks and People: An Environmental Justice Inquiry in Baltimore, Maryland.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 99 (October 2009): 767-87.

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Borneman, Richard R. "Franzoni and Andrei Italian Sculptors in Baltimore, 1808." William and Mary Quarterly, series 3, 10 (January 1953): 108-11.

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Boswell, Lynette Katrina. “Do neighborhood housing market typologies matter? Measuring the impact of the HOME Partnership Program in Baltimore, Maryland.” Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland, College Park, 2011.

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Bourguignon-Frasseto, Claude. Betsy Bonaparte: The Belle of Baltimore. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 2001.
Category: Women | Baltimore City

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Bowden, Mark. The Best Game Ever: Giants vs. Colts, 1958, and the Birth of the Modern NFL. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2008.

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Bowditch, Eden Unger. Baltimore’s Historic Parks and Gardens. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2004.

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Bowditch, Eden Unger. Growing Up in Baltimore: A Photographic History. Charleston, SC: Arcadia, 2001.

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Bowler, Mike. The Lessons of Change: Baltimore Schools in the Modern Era. Baltimore: Fund for Educational Excellence, 1991.

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Brain, John. Govans, Village and Suburb: A Picture History of a North Baltimore Community. Baltimore: Uptown Press, 1996.

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Bratton Blom, Brenda. “How Close to Justice? A Case Study of the Relocation of Residents from Fairfield and Wagner’s Point.” Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland Baltimore County, 2002.

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Braverman, Miriam Ruth. "Public Library and the Young Adult: The Development of the Service and Its Philosophy in the New York Public Library, Cleveland Public Library, and Enoch Pratt Free Library." Ph.D. diss., Columbia University, 1974.