Sustaining Tangible Neighborhood Change Through African American Archaeology in Easton, Maryland: Evaluating the Hill Community Project

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Pasts Lost: the Wye House Plantation As A Place of Haunting

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A Certain Kind of Freedom: Black Agency in Talbot County, 1870-1910

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Why Those Confederate Soldier Statues Look A Lot Like their Union Counterparts

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Frederick Douglass and Thomas Auld: Reconsidering the Reunion Narrative

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Frederick Douglass and the Archaeology of Wye House

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John and Caroline Nicols and the Post-Panic Economy of Maryland's Eastern Shore, 1838-1845

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Curtis Washington Jacobs: Architect of Absolute Black Enslavement, 1850-1864

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Unionville: Race, Time, Place and Memory in Talbot County, Maryland, 1634-1892.

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Frederick Douglass, Southerner

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Wye House Archaeology

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Mathias de Sousa: Maryland's First Colonist of African Descent

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Democracy's Incursion into the Eastern Shore: the 1870 Election in Chestertown

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Notes On Antebellum Easton

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The Free Black Family in Antebellum Talbot County Maryland

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A Model Planter: Edward Lloyd IV of Maryland, 1770-1796

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Water: A Recurring Image in Frederick Douglass's Narrative

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Freedom Fettered: Blacks in the Constitutional Era in Maryland, 1776-1810 - An introduction

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The Berry Brothers of Talbot County, Maryland: Early Antislavery Leaders

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Voices of Protest: Eastern Shore Abolition Societies, 1790-1820

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A Cycle of Race Relations On Maryland's Eastern Shore: Somerset County, 1850-1917

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The Library of Edward Lloyd IV of Wye House

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