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Your search in the category "Montgomery County" returned 374 results in 19 pages.

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Anderson, George M., S. J. "The Approach of the Civil War as Seen in the Letters of James and Mary Anderson of Rockville." Maryland Historical Magazine 88 (Summer 1993): 189-202.

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Anderson, Patricia A. “Quaker Witness in Sandy Spring, Maryland.” Montgomery County Story, 48 (February 2005): 48-59.

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Anderson, Patricia Abelard. “Automobiles in Early Twentieth Century Montgomery County.” Montgomery County Story, 54 (Winter 2011): 18-24.

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Anderson, Patricia Abelard. “Farm Labor in Montgomery County During the World Wars: From ‘Farmerettes’ to Prisoners of War.” Montgomery County Story, 45 (August 2002): 237-47.

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Atay, Joanne E. “Goshen and the Bridge over Great Seneca Creek.” Montgomery County Story, 46 (February 2003): 265-75.

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Baer, John W. and Mary B. “How the Star-Spangled Banner Became the National Anthem.” Anne Arundel County History Notes, 38 (Fall 2006): 5-6.
Category: Montgomery County

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Ball, Walter V. "The History of Mount Pleasant." Montgomery County Story 20 (February 1977): 8-12.

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Barnett, Todd H. "Tobacco, Planters, Tenants, and Slaves: A Portrait of Montgomery County in 1783." Maryland Historical Magazine 89 (Summer 1994): 184-203.
Annotations / Notes: Using the Maryland State Assessment of 1783, this study evaluates the condition of the Montgomery County community. Montgomery was the western most of Maryland's tobacco counties. This economy left Montgomery with exhausted farmland, as well as a poor, landless, and unstable population. Comparison is made with Frederick where the soil was essentially the same but had not been damaged by tobacco farming.

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Barquist, Rose, et al. A Source Book for Early Western Maryland History and Genealogy. Shippensburg, PA: Beidel Printing House, 1986.

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Barrow, Healan J., and Kristine Stevens. Olney: Echoes of the Past. Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 1994.

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Bataller, Neal. "Ednor and Norwood-Quiet Reminders of the Past." Legacy 19 (Fall 1999): 1, 5.

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Bataller, Neal. “The Turnpike that became Georgia Avenue.” Legacy, 22 (Summer 2002): 1, 5.

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Bayley, Ned. "Colesville-In the Beginning." Montgomery County Story 36 (February 1993): 237-48.

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Bayley, Ned. Colesville: The Development of a County, Its People and its Natural Resources, Over a Period of Four Centuries. Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 1997.

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Beck, Jo. "Train Stations and Suburban Development Along the Old Baltimore and Ohio Railroad." Montgomery County Story 37 (February 1994): 285-95.

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Becraft, Leonard A. "Greenwood, One of our Oldest Homes." Legacy 18 (Spring 1998): 1, 7.

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Becraft, Leonard Allen. "The Greenwood Story-Part II." Legacy 18 (Spring 1998): 1, 5, 4.

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Blackpool, Stephen. Maryland Historical Markers: Montgomery County. Baltimore: Stephen Blackpool, 2004.

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Blair, Gist. "Annals of Silver Spring." Rec. Col. Hist. Ass., 21 (1918): 155-85.

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Boggs, Ardith Gunderman. Goshen, Maryland, A History and Its People. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 1994.