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Your search in the category "Howard County" returned 150 results in 8 pages.

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Donnelly, Theresa. “Freed Slaves in Howard County.” The Legacy, 48 (Summer 2011): 1, 4.

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Doyle, Francis R. Columbia, Maryland, The Planned Community Between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore Designed to Give A New Town to that Area: A Bibliography. Monticello, IL: Council of Planning Librarians, 1975.

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Eary, Alice and Jean Grose. “The Spirit of Christmas in Early Garrett County Schools.” Glades Star, 11 (December 2008): 442-46.

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Edwards, Doris W., and Mary K. Mannix. Selected Genealogical Resources in the Howard County Historical Society Library. Columbia, MD: Howard County Genealogical Society, 1997.

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Ellicott, C. Ellis, Jr. The Old Ellicott Family Burying Ground at Ellicott City, Maryland. [Ellicott Graveyard, Inc., 1976.]

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Evitts, Elizabeth A. “Frank Gehry’s Columbia.” Baltimore, 98 (February 2005): 116-23.

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Feaga, Barbara W., and Various Howard Countians. Howard's Roads to the Past. Ellicott City, MD: Howard County Sesquicentennial Commission, 2000.

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Filby, Vera Ruth. "From Forest to Friendship." Maryland Historical Magazine 71 (Spring 1976): 93-102.
Annotations / Notes: A history of the area which now houses the Baltimore-Washington International Airport.

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Files, Karen. Howard County's Haunted Houses. Ellicott City, MD: Howard County Public School System, 1990.

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Foltz, John F., transcriber. "HCHS and Boy Scouting." The Legacy, 46 (Summer 2008): 7.

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Ford, James Fitz Gerald. "Social Planning and New Towns: The Case of Columbia, Maryland." Ph.D. Diss., University of Michigan, 1975.

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Fuchs, Ronald W., II. "'At Elk Ridge Furneis As You See, William Williams He Mad Me': The Story of an Eighteenth-Century Maryland Iron Furnace." Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts, 22 (Winter 1996): 40-59.

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Gelbert, Doug. Company Museums, Industry Museums, and Industrial Tours: A Guidebook of Sites in the United States That Are Open to the Public. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., 1994. 94-104.
Annotations / Notes: Brief descriptions of fifteen industrial sites in Maryland. When considering sites on this topic most museum goers would probably know of the Baltimore Museum of Industry but people may overlook many of the other sites covered, such as the Ocean City Lifesaving Station Museum, the Poultry Hall of Fame, and the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant Visitor Center.

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Glaros, Tony. “Gretaceous Park: Digging for Dinos in Laurel.” Maryland Life, 7 (March/ April 2011): 108.

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Gray, Ralph D., and Gerald E. Hartdagen. "A Glimpse of Baltimore Society in 1827: Letters by Henry D. Gilpin." Maryland Historical Magazine 69 (Fall 1974): 256-70.
Annotations / Notes: Gilpin, a young lawyer from Philadelphia, wrote five lengthy letters to his father while visiting the Baltimore area in September, 1827. He described the people he met, many of whom were very important in Baltimore society, many were also the family and associates of Charles Carroll of Carrollton. In these letters he presents an insightful view of the life of the area's upper class. Of special interest is his descriptions of the major houses of Doughoregan Manor, Homewood, and Oakland.

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Guroff, Margaret. "James Rouse." Baltimore 92 (November 1999): 46-47.

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Hafner, Allan. “Howard County’s Cannon, Part One.” The Legacy, 42 (Spring 2004): 1, 6; “Part Two,” The Legacy, 42 (Summer 2004): 3.
Category: Military | Howard County

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Hall, Bill. Sykesville. Charleston, SC: Arcadia, 2001.

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Haslup, Sarah Elizabeth Fisher (Duvall). “Savage in the 19th Century.” The Legacy, 43 (November 2005): 5-6.