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Historic Houses of Kent County: an Architectural History: 1642-1860

By Bourne, Michael Owen (Author) & Eugene Hall Johnstone (editor)

Chestertown, Maryland: Historical Society of Kent County. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 1998. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Hardcover. Large format hardcover with dustjacket, inscribed and signed by the editor: "To Duke & Leslie, Gene Johnstone." Book has a slight cock to the spine, the binding is tight, the contents are fine, and there are no other remarkable flaws, the jacket has rubbing to the glossy surface but is clean and presentable with no other flaws, the original price is present and a professional (removable) mylar cover is included, "Kent may be Maryland's smallest county in size and population, however, it is one of the richest in colonial history and surviving early architecture," features over 300 houses and sites in chronological order, over 1,000 photographs, maps, floor plans, paintings and illustrations documenting colonial Kent County"; Signed by Editor .

$39.00

Environmental History of Maryland Miocene: Maryland Geological Survey, Guidebook No. 3

By Gernant, Robert E. Thomas G. Gibson and Frank C. Whitmore

Washington, D. C.: Geological Society of America. Very Good. 1977. 2nd Printing. Trade Paperback. Large spiral-bound paperback, 58 pages, illustrated with diagrams and maps, including a Generalized Geologic Map of Maryland in color, mild signs of use to the cover, no other remarkable flaws, binding is tight, contents are fine .

$35.00

Indians of Early Maryland

By Manakee, Harold

Baltimore, MD: Maryland Historical Society. Near Fine. 1969. 2nd Printing. Trade Paperback. Large paperback, nice copy with no significant flaws and includes the publisher's insert for coloring the illustrations in the book (please note that none of the illustrations have been colored) 47 pages, includes a map .

$14.00

Names in Stone: Two Volumes 75,000 Cemetery Inscriptions from Frederick  County, Maryland: Reprinted with \
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Names in Stone: Two Volumes 75,000 Cemetery Inscriptions from Frederick County, Maryland: Reprinted with "More Names in Stone"

By Holdcraft, Jacob Mehrling

Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co.. Near Fine. 1985. Hardcover. 0806311150 . 2-volume set, hardcovers, illustrated without dustjackets, sturdy burgundy cloth bindings, this reprinted edition with "additions and corrections" contains a 68-page section at the end of Volume 2 titled "More Names in Stone," both volumes are in excellent condition, the former owner's name on the first blank end-papers is the only remarkable flaw, includes illustrations and maps; ; pages .

$134.00

The Ukrainians of Maryland

By Basarab, Stephen et al

Ukrainian Education Association of Maryland. Very Good. 1986. 2nd Printing. Trade Paperback. Large paperback, 519 pages, many illustrations throughout, a gift inscription is present on the first blank page .

$10.00

Early Anglican Church Records of Cecil County

By Peden, Henry C.

Westminster, Maryland: Family Line Publications. Near Fine. 1990. Trade Paperback. Large paperback in excellent condition, an ink notation on the copyright page is the only remarkable flaw to this clean, attractive copy, 105 pages, Maryland history/genealogy, includes a map .

$10.00

Salisbury in Times Gone By

By Cooper, Richard W.

Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press. Near Fine. 1991. Hardcover. Hardcover, was issued without a dustjacket, no remarkable flaws to this new-looking copy, inscribed and signed by the author: "To: Bill McNeil - From: Employees of Coaxitube with employees' hopes for a Happy Christmas, 1991. Richard W. Cooper." 328 pages, illustrated throughout, a history of this Maryland community; Signed by Author .

$26.00

Monocacy Aqueduct on the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal

By Kapsch, Robert and Elizabeth Perry Kapsch

Poolesville, Maryland: Medley Press. Fine. 2005. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Trade Paperback. Large paperback in excellent condition, no remarkable flaws to this clean, attractive copy, 110 pages, numerous illustrations, maps, "This book is a history of the planning, design, construction and use of the Monocacy Aqueduct," nice gift copy .

$17.00

The Mad Booths of Maryland

By Kimmel, Stanley

Dover. Fine. 1969. Trade Paperback. Large paperback in excellent condition, two tiny cover creases, no other remarkable flaws to this fine copy, this is a revised and enlarged edition with 83 illustrations, it contains "corrections and revisions of the text, new evidence concerning John Wilkes Booth's common-law wife and children, and other information from heretofore unpublished documents and family letters. Six new Supplements, including excerpts from articles by the present writer which appeared during the intervening years, add to the information in the previous work" .

$43.00

The Maryland Germans

By Cunz, Dieter

Princeton University Press. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1948. 1st Edition; 1st Printing. Hardcover. Hardcover first printing with dustjacket, a handsome copy of this "first comprehensive history of the German immigration to a state of the Middle Atlantic region which shows the typical American juxtaposition of Anglo-Saxon and Continental European immigrants," book is in excellent condition, very mild tanning to the blank end-papers is the only remarkable flaw, the binding is tight and clean and the contents are fine, the green background color on the spine of the jacket is sunned to a pale green/beige cast but the spine-title and decoration is unaffected, there are also a few small edge-chips, the jacket is clean and quite pleasing to the eye overall, the original price (5.00) is present and a professional (removable) mylar cover is included, 476 pages, includes a bibliography .

$49.00

The Vineyard of Pleasant Hills

By Rotelle, John E.

Villanova, PA: Augustinian Press. Fine. 1986. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Hardcover, was issued without a dustjacket, green cloth binding with floral decoration on front cover, no remarkable flaws to this clean, attractive copy, 96 pages, illustrated with photos and land drawings, a history of this area which is located north of the U. S. Capital, "an area outside of Boundary Avenue (now Florida Avenue) " .

$25.00

The Last Waterman

By Lawson, Glenn

Crisfield Publishing Company. Very Good+. 1988. Trade Paperback. Large paperback, signed "Glenn Lawson" by the author on title page, this copy is also inscribed and signed by W. Grant (Hon) Lawson who is the subject of this book, the inscription reads: "Best wishes Lee & Bob. The Last Waterman, 'Hon' Lawson." Book has some minor creasing at the corners of the cover, no other remarkable flaws, "A true story of a Chesapeake waterman, strugging to keep a way of life his family had passed on for eleven generations"; Signed by Author .

$8.00