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Your search in the category "Allegany County" returned 140 results in 7 pages.

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Hattery, Thomas H., ed. Western Maryland : A Profile. Foreword by Charles McC. Mathias Jr. Mt. Airy, MD: Lomond Books, 1980.
Annotations / Notes: This work describes the Counties which make up Maryland's Sixth Congressional District. The chapters are written by individuals involved in current affairs. The focus is on politics, government, and the economic nature of the counties. There is a great deal of statistical information. Chapter VIII includes brief essays on the future of Western Maryland by notable Maryland Officials, such as Governor Hughes, the heads of various state agencies, and people of note in the counties.

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Hollis, Jeffrey R. and Charles S. Roberts. East End: Harpers Ferry to Cumberland, 1842-1992. Baltimore: Barnard Roberts, 1992. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

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Huso, Deborah R. “Allegany Gothic.” Maryland Life, 5 (November/December 2009): 60- 62.

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Jenkins, Warren W. Firefighting in Allegany County. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2005.

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Jenkins, Warren W. Firefighting in Allegany County. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2005.

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Keatly, J. K. "From Maryland's Past: Lefty Grove." Maryland 19 (Summer 1987): 27.

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Keene, Donald. “Frostburg Roots, Continued: College, Service, Courtship.” Journal of the Alleghenies, 38 (2002): 81-98.

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King, Julia A. “Coda: From Rural Production to Rural Consumption.” SlackWater, 5 (Spring 2006): 94-97.

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Kiriazis, David M. “Living Free in the ‘Free (Slave) State;” African-Americans in Allegany County, Maryland, on the Eve of the Civil War.” Journal of the Alleghenies, 43 (2007): 13-21.

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Knox, Rita L. "Cumberland's C & O Canal Terminus-Yesterday and Tomorrow." Journal of the Alleghenies 34 (1998): 2-10.

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Laerm, Joshua, William Mark Ford, Daniel C. Weinland, and Michael A. Menzel. "First Records of the Pygmy Shrew, Sorex hoyi (Insectivora: Soricidae ), in Western Maryland." Maryland Naturalist 38 (January/June 1994): 23-27.

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Lancaster, Harold. "The Burning of the Historic Clarysville Inn." Journal of the Alleghenies 35 (1999): 4-6.

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Levy, Ruth Bear. A Wee Bit of Scotland: Growing up in Lonaconing, Maryland at the Turn of the Century. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1983.

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Liebenau, Jonathan. "A Case Unresolved: Mrs. George vs. Dr. Hand and his Colic Cure." Pharmacy in History 31 (1989): 135-138.

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Logsdon, Alma. "The 'Casba' of Cumberland." Journal of the Alleghenies 36 (2000): 12-13.

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Mash, John. The Land of the Living. Cumberland, MD: Commercial Press, 1996.

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McGovern, Constance M. “‘Liberty to Them Is as Sweet as It Is to Me’: Slave Life in Allegany County, Maryland, 1789-1864.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 107 (Winter 2012): 404-39.

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McGuiness, Marci Lynn. ,em>Along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad: From Cumberland to Uniontown. reprint edition. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2004.

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McGuiness, Marci Lynn. Along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad: From Cumberland to Uniontown. reprint edition. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2004.