A History of Baltimore County
Friends of the Towson Library, 1979 - Baltimore County (Md.) - 555 pages
This book is a comprehensive narrative of the history and development of Baltimore County from its origins through the twentieth century. The authors describe major events and analyze their impact. The book also addresses the activities of women and blacks, whose contributions have often been neglected in the past, and describes occasions of city-county cooperation and differences.
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The Maturing County of the Eighteenth Century
The Era of Discontent and Revolution
The Politics of Separation
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