Leading Events of Maryland History: With Topical Analyses, References, and Questions for Original Thought and Research (Google eBook)

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Ginn, 1904 - Maryland - 362 pages
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Contents

Catholics settling Maryland
15
Trinity Church Site of St Marys
16
Site of St Marys
17
St Marys Female Seminary
18
First State House in Maryland
20
Rosecroft
22
Settlers Log Cabin
23
Alsops Map of Maryland
24
Leah and Rachel Wherein Two Sister Colonies
27
King Charles I
33
Oliver Cromwell
34
Monument to Leonard Calvert
37
The Great Seal of Maryland Obverse
38
View of Annapolis from the Dome of the State House
41
Naval Academy
43
Maryland Becomes a Royal Province
49
The Palatinate of Maryland
52
Herrmans Map of Maryland
54
William Penn
55
King William
56
The Old Treasury Building
62
Charles Calvert Fifth Lord Baltimore
63
Tobacco Field
64
3 Tobacco Hogshead Ready for Rolling
65
3 The Murray House Built in 1743
66
32 Pillory
67
33 Advertisement for a Runaway Servant
68
The Province Becomes an Independent State
71
34 Baltimore in 1752 full page
73
35 View of Hagerstown
74
Baltimore before the Fire of 1904 full page
75
17 Five Mile Stone Mason and Dixons Line
77
Fort Duquesne
80
39 Old Fort Frederick
82
British Stamp
84
41 Burning of the Peggy Stewart full page 42 Charles Alexander Warfield
89
43 Reprint of Declaration of the Association of Freemen full page
91
44 Maryland Signers of the Declaration of Independence full page
93
45 The State House Annapolis
94
Thomas Johnson
95
Maryland Life in Colonial Times
99
47 Hampton
100
Interior of a Hampton Residence
101
The Brice Residence Annapolis
103
Negroes rolling Tobacco
104
5 Slave Quarters
105
Colonial Costumes
106
53 The Chase Home Annapolis
107
54 Doughoregan Manor
108
55 White Hall Manor
109
57 The Maryland Gazette July 26 1745 full page
110
Maryland in the Revo
113
George Washington
114
59 William Smallwood
115
Monument to Marylands Four Hundred Brooklyn full page
119
Nathaniel Ramsey
121
Statue of De Kalb Annapolis
123
Nathanael Greene
124
Marquis de Lafayette
125
Equestrian Statue of John Eager Howard
127
Otho Holland Williams
128
Joshua Barney
129
Founding the New Nation
135
Washington Resigning his Commission full page
137
Internal Affairs and the Second War with England
142
Potomac River at Harpers Ferry
143
McDowell Hall St Johns College
144
Nathan Towson
146
A Baltimore Clipper
147
Fort McHenry
150
First Terminus of B O R R
162
Mexican War Monument Baltimore
163
Slavery and the Civil War
166
Confederate Monument Baltimore
167
Abraham Lincoln
169
U S Grant
171
Statue of Roger B Taney Baltimore
173
John R Kenly
175
Bradley T Johnson
176
View of Frederick
178
Monument to Maryland Dead at Antietam
179
From the Close of the Civil War to the Present
182
Peabody Institute
183
City Hall Baltimore
185
Court House and Battle Monument Baltimore
187
McCoy Hall Johns Hopkins University
188
Johns Hopkins Hospital
189
The Poe Monument Baltimore
190
Edgar Allan Poe full page
191
no The Enoch Pratt Free Library Baltimore
192
in The Maryland Revolutionary Monument fullpage
196
The Cmiser Baltimore
198
Winfield Scott Schley
199
The Cruiser Maryland
201
Edwin Warfield
202
Coal Mine Allegany County
203
Tonging for Oysters
204
Oyster Packing
205
Steel Industry Sparrows Point
206
A Granite Quarry
207
Mt Royal Station B O R R Baltimore
208
View of Cumberland full page
209
Easton High School
210
State Normal School Baltimore
211
Womans College Baltimore
212
Rebuilding in the Burned District Baltimore
216
Proposed Baltimore Stock Exchange
217
COUNTY HISTORIES
223
Proposed New Building for Washington College
225
Annapolis High School
227
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228
Calvert
229
New Court House La Plata
231
Marble Quarry Cockeysville
233
Grazing Scene Samuel Shoemakers Farm
235
Talbot
236
Somerset
238
Dorchester
240
Cecil
242
Prince Georges
245
Queen Annes
247
Worcester
249
Frederick
251
Harford
253
Caroline
256
Washington
258
Limestone Quarry
260
Montgomery
261
Allegany
264
Carroll
266
Howard
268
Wicomico
270
Garrett
272
APPENDIXES A Proprietaries of Maryland
275
Towns of Maryland
277
Constitution of Maryland
278
Bibliography
346
Index
351
140 222
353
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