Baltimore and the Nineteenth of April 1861: A Study of the War

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BiblioBazaar, 2011 - 200 pages
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Baltimore & The Nineteenth of April 1861 is a memoir by George William Brown, who was mayor of Baltimore when the notorious riots between Marylanders and Mass. Infantry went on. While the title gives ... Read full review

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Brown was elected Mayor of Baltimore in 1860. His eventful public life included imprisoment by the Union Army for several years during the Civil Warand his election without opposition as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore in 1872.

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