2 edition of Papers relating to the early history of Maryland found in the catalog.
Papers relating to the early history of Maryland
Sebastian F. Streeter
|Statement||by Sebastian F. Streeter.|
|Series||Fund-publication / Maryland Historical Sosiety ;, no. 9, Fund publication (Maryland Historical Society) ;, no. 9|
|LC Classifications||F176 .M37 no. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||315 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||315|
|LC Control Number||rc 01003386|
The History of the Columbia Mills. ¹⁰² Messrs. Speakman and Brooks rented the Columbia Mills from to the early s. Elden Mills. Several other books were searched at the Maryland Archives in Annapolis, the National Museum of American History, the Maryland Historical Society in Baltimore, and the Frederick Historical Society. A Guide to the Robinson Family Papers, eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth-century manuscripts, official documents, sketches, and photographs, as well as copies of original letters and documents relating to Charles W. Robinson and his ancestors. Original Family Papers Virginia and Canada and Family History.
Records Relating to North American Railroads Compiled by David Pfeiffer The papers are part of a comprehensive descriptive program and are designed to Records Relating to the Early Involvement of the U.S. Government in Data Processing, 's to 's (RIP 76). The descriptive program of the National Archives addresses topics of broader. Early life and education. Partridge was born in Maryland in He graduated from Harvard University in and received masters and law degrees from Harvard in After graduation, Partridge practiced law in Baltimore and served on a federal commission appointed to resolve Mexican War claims.. Political Life. Partridge was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates in , serving as Governor: Thomas H. Hicks.
Robert Brooke was an American surveyor and civil engineer based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Robert Brooke papers relating to the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, (bulk ), comprise five volumes used by Brooke chiefly during his work on the feeder canal to the proposed main line in and ; papers relating to a survey of private lands near the feeder canal, The Pennsylvania Archives are a volume set of reference books compiling transcriptions of letters and early records relating to the colony and state of erum-c.com volumes were published in nine different series between and by acts of the Pennsylvania erum-c.comts of the .
The lonely empress; a biography of Elizabeth of Austria.
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An enquiry into the present state of the Septuagint version of the Old Testament
political and legislative history of Liberia
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Internet Archive BookReader Papers relating to the early history of Maryland Papers relating to the early history of Maryland. Papers relating to the early history of Maryland by Streeter, Sebastian Ferris, Publication date Topics Maryland -- History Colonial period, ca.
Sources Publisher Baltimore: J. Murphy Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California LibrariesPages: The Black Books are described and partially indexed in Calendar of Maryland State Papers.
Annapolis, Maryland: Hall of Records Commission (Family History Library book B4ma no. Blue Books (papers relating to stock in the Bank of England, ). Five Volumes. (Family History Library films ) These volumes detail paper money. Guide to the Funkhouser family papers,bulk Summary.
The Funkhouser family lived in Virginia with members moving West with the expansion of the Unites States. papers relating to a claim against the United States for farm buildings, equipment and products burned or seized by order of General Sheridan; and tax in kind.
Since its founding inpublishing has been a central component of the Maryland Historical Society’s mission. Currently over book titles in the Library of Congress collection bear the MdHS imprint.
About fifty of these titles are currently in print. The Parrish and Pemberton families papers (Collection ) consist of two boxes of documents relating to the Parrish and Pemberton families of Philadelphia, wealthy Quaker merchants who shared a dedication to various benevolent causes, notably the abolition of slavery, Indian relations, penal reform, and concern for the poor, especially women.
Hugh T. Taggart collection relating to the District of Columbia and Maryland, Correspondence, letterbooks, daybooks, minutes, notebooks, legal briefs, financial records, scrapbook, printed matter, broadside, and other papers and records collected by Taggart probably during his work on the Potomac Flats case determining waterfront.
Finding Aid to the Cheston-Galloway Papers,MS H. Furlong Baldwin Library, Maryland Historical Society. Download a PDF version of the finding aid.
John Mead Gould was a Union Army officer and bank teller, of Portland, Maine. Correspondence, diaries, official papers, clippings and other printed materials, and other papers relating to Gould's service with the 1st Maine Infantry Regiment and its successors, the 10th and 29th Maine regiments, during the Civil War.
Feb 19, · These manuscripts and records contain the papers of individuals and organizations connected with Baltimore and the greater Maryland region. Philip M. Wagner papers. Coverage:bulk This collection contains the documents relating to the life and work of Philip M.
Wagner ().Author: Drew Alfgren. The Inventory does however provide access to many Revolutionary Era papers elsewhere in the State Papers (especially Series A). For instance, boxes 52 and 53 of Series A ["Papers Relating to Pay of Soldiers of the Maryland Line"] are found in the Inventory [they also are arranged alphabetically].
Records relating to appointments and commissions. History: The act creating the Department of State required the Secretary of State to record all civil commissions of U.S.
officials appointed by the President and to affix the Great Seal to such documents. Beginning inthe responsibility for non- Presidential appointments was. SLAVERY COMMISSION. Under the auspices of the Slavery Commission, the Maryland State Archives is preparing a series of volumes in the Archives of Maryland series relating to the history of slavery in erum-c.comted and in-progress volumes include: Volume.
Maryland, A Middle Temperament: (Maryland Paperback Bookshelf) It is a very thoroughly researched history of Maryland (my home state) that truly captures life in the middle.
I recommend it to beltway immigrants, who need to know more about the background of Cited by: Clipping found in The Baltimore Sun in Baltimore, Maryland on Aug 13, Hammond Family History Maryland Letter Box.
Communications from readers of THE SUN on subjects relating to Slaryland. Aug 21, · Freedom of the press—the right to report news or circulate opinion without censorship from the government—was considered “one of the great bulwarks of. Alvah H. Granniss papers, Soldier. Correspondence, including originals and typescripts of letters, poems and a song, envelopes, printed matter, artifacts, and other material relating chiefly to Granniss's Civil War service with the First Connecticut Cavalry Regiment.
NHPRC. Gratefully acknowledging the generous financial support of the NHPRC. Our semi-annual reports to the NHPRC have been posted online. CD: Maryland, Volume 2 - HB Archives.
Contains: Genealogy and Biography of Leading Families of the City of Baltimore and Baltimore County, Maryland - Chapman Publishing Co. (); The History and Roster of the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) of Baltimore, Maryland, - Dorothy E.
McElroy and Charl. Nov 15, · PAPERS OF PROMINENT ASM MEMBERS. The Center for the History of Microbiology/ASM Archives houses several collections of papers of prominent members of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM), most of whom served in leadership capacities in the Society.
Many of the materials in the collections are specifically related to the history of erum-c.com: Karen Yee. Additional subjects include disputes about the United States-Mexico border (April 5, ), a proposed history of Kent County, Maryland (April 5, ), and Force's book reviews and newspaper articles.
A bound volume contains a list of publications printed at his shop between April and October Unit History of the Maryland and Virginia Rifle Regiment (– ): disbanding in early His service record thus provided a logical focal point for Papers relating chiefly to the Maryland Line during the Revolution: Philadelphia, T.
K. and P. G. Collins (printed for the Seventy-Six Society), p. Hampton National Historic Site Nicholson, and Harris families. Family trees of these two family groups follow. There are a few papers relating to many family members but not the complete papers of any one person.
Teaching American History in Maryland is a collaborative partnership of the Maryland State Archives and the Center for.