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Agriculture in Maryland: Resources in Special Collections
This guide will recommend rich primary and secondary sources useful to scholars who wish to explore this history in more detail and navigate the rich resources available to study the history of agriculture in Maryland, from early farming activities, to th
USAIN-NEH National Program for the Preservation of Agricultural Literature: Bibliography of the Agricultural Literature of Maryland, 1820-1945
Staff at the University of Maryland Libraries have compiled a bibliography of the literature of agriculture and rural life in Maryland, published from 1820 through 1945.
Riversdale Mansion, an early nineteenth-century house was home to two generations of Calverts, descendants of Maryland's founding family. Staff have identified reading materials that George and Rosalie Calvert would have likely read while living at Riversdale from 1803 to 1838.