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Book Sources: Maryland
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Beloved Sisters and Loving Friends by
Call Number: F189.R69 P75 1999
Letters from Rebecca Primus of Royal Oak, Maryland and Addie Brown of Hartford, Connecticut, 1854-1868
Dear Papa, Dear Charley by
Call Number: E302.6.C3 A4 2001
The peregrinations of a revolutionary aristocrat, as told by Charles Carroll of Carrollton and his father, Charles Carroll of Annapolis, with sundry observations on bastardy, child-rearing, romance, matrimony, commerce, tobacco, slavery, and the politics of revolutionary America / Ronald Hoffman, editor, Sally D. Mason, associate editor, Eleanor S. Darcy, assistant editor.
Letters and papers of Governor John Henry of Maryland by
Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust
Member of continental Congress 1777-1788, member of United States Senate 1789-1797, governor of Maryland, 1797-1798. With some account of his life, genealogy and descendants, as shown by extracts from records and papers in the Maryland historical society, and original letters and memoranda in the hands of the compiler, one of his great-grandsons, J. Winfield Henry.
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