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A Marylander born in London, educated abroad, and the first foreign born First Lady of the United States: Louisa Catherine Adams
In the Shadows Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams (1775-1852) A Marylander born in London, educated abroad, and the first foreign born First Lady Reflections by Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse, Maryland State Archivist, retired Louisa Catherine Johnson lived always in ...

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The most recent issue of the Baltimore Gaslight

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Recreating Lost Neighborhoods: The House on Ann Street, Fells Point, Baltimore City, Maryland
Stories
of life in a seafaring community in the first decades of the
Republic, from the perspective of an owner of the Robert Long House
(812 Ann Street, Fell's Point, Baltimore, Maryland), her family, and
a few of her neighbors Romaine
Somervile, the in...

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Past and Future Monuments of the Monumental City: Finding our Way Past and Future Monuments of the Monumental City: Finding our Way Edward Papenfuse, Maryland State Archivist, retired September 8, 2016 - 6:30pm, Maryland Historical Society Abstract: Baltimo...

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A Tribute to a Vanquished Web Site: ecpclio.net
Going, Going, Gone! This week the Maryland State Archives chose to eliminate from the airways a web site that I created as a portal for cooperative research on topics relating to Maryland History. I explained the purpose of the site in the introduction wh...

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Farewell ECPCLIO.net


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"Sonny do you see anything of the pig's foot coming?" The Religion of George and Anne Mynne Calvert Expressed in Art, Words and Deeds Revised from Remarks at the Spring Meeting of The American Catholic Historical Association March 31, 2007 ©Ed Papenfuse, Ma...

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The Meaning of Words
Fatti Maschii Parole Femine Strong Deeds Gentle Words? Source: Huntingfield Corporation Map Collection, Maryland State Archives, MSA SC 1399-1-526 The earliest known public printing of the George Calvert family coat of arms with the family motto was in 163...

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Remembering December 23, 1783 & January 14, 1784 by Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse, Maryland State Archivists, retired It has never been easy being President of the United States. On Tuesday evening, January 12, 2016, in his State of the Union address, President...
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