4 edition of Baltimore County, its history, progress and opportunities found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Haile, Elmer R. [from old catalog], Bonnett, Logie, [from old catalog] illus.|
|LC Classifications||F187.B2 O32|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||17000673|
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Title Baltimore County, its history, progress and opportunities, Contributor Names Offutt, Thieman Scott, [from old catalog]. Internet Archive BookReader Baltimore County, its history, progress and opportunities. Baltimore County, its history, its history and opportunities by Offutt, Thieman Scott, [from old catalog] ; Haile, Elmer R.
[from old catalog] ; Bonnett, Logie, [from old Pages: Title in lower margin: Baltimore Co., Md.: NW/35X, "Compiled in from USGS ,scale topographic maps dated " "Planimetry revised from photographs taken and other source data." "" Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
A very comprehensive history of Baltimore County, Maryland - not for the faint-hearted. It's a history TEXTBOOK apparently designed for history buffs and/or those seeking detailed information on specific regions / areas / neighborhoods.
This text is Cited by: 7. The Maryland State Archives acknowledges with appreciation a donation from the Baltimore County Genealogical Society to fund preparation of volumes Volume - Logie Bonnett, et al., Baltimore County: Its History, Progress, and Opportunities with Snapshots and Sidelights of Some of Its Prominent Men ().
Volume - Logie Bonnett, et al., Baltimore County: Its History, Progress, and Opportunities with Snapshots and Sidelights of Some of Its Prominent Men () Volume - J. Thomas Scharf, History of Baltimore City and County including Biographical. History. The name "Baltimore" derives from Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore (–), the proprietor of the new colony in the Province of Maryland, and the town of Baltimore in County Cork, earliest known documentary record of the county is dated Januwhen a writ was issued on behalf of the General Assembly of Maryland to its for: Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore.
Books shelved as baltimore-history: The Battle of Baltimore during the War of The History of the Battle that Inspired the National Anthem by Charle. The County of Baltimore was "erected" around in the records of the General Assembly of Maryland one of the earliest divisions of the Maryland Colony into counties when a warrant was issued to be served by the "Sheriff of Baltimore County."The area constituting the modern City of Baltimore and its metropolitan area was settled by David Jones inhis claim covering in .