5 edition of history of Dickerson, Mouth of Monacacy, Oakland Mills, and Sugarloaf Mountain, MD found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 156-157) and index.
|Statement||Dona L. Cuttler.|
|LC Classifications||F189.D54 C88 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||00269498|
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Get this from a library. The history of Dickerson, Mouth of Monacacy, Oakland Mills, and Sugarloaf Mountain, MD. [Dona Cuttler] -- " This volume conpletes the Upper Montgomery County Villages surrounding Sugarloaf Mountain.
Dickerson is a small community of farms, homes and businesses. The village began to grow in when. "The History of Dickerson, Mouth of Monacacy, Oakland Mills & Sugarloaf Mountain" "The History of Comus" "The Genealogical Companion to Rural Montgomery Cemeteries" "Montgomery Circuit Records, " "The History of Poolesville" by Dona L.
Cuttler & Dorothy J. Elgin "These books are available through Heritage Books, of Md. The History of Dickerson, Oakland Mills of Monocacy, Oakland Mills, and Sugarloaf Mountain, Maryland - Dona L. Cuttler. The fourth in a series of books by this author, this volume completes the Upper Montgomery County Villages surrounding Sugarloaf Mountain.
Dickerson is a small community of farms, homes, and businesses. The v. Sugarloaf Mountain is a small (1, foot; m) mountain and park about 10 miles (16 km) south of Frederick, Maryland, closest village is Barnesville, located just over one mile from the foot of the peak of this relatively low mountain is approximately feet ( m) higher than the surrounding on: Frederick County, Maryland.
The History of Comus by Dona L. Cuttler The History of Dickerson Mouth of Monacacy Oakland Mills and Sugarloaf Mountain Maryland by Dona L. Cuttler The History of Hyattstown Maryland by Dona Lou Cuttler and Michael Dwyer The History of Poolesville [Maryland] by Dona L.
Cuttler and Dorothy J. Elgin Wheaton by Laura-Leigh Palmer Who Lived Here. 1 Secondary Sources on the Suburbanization of Montgomery County, MD (selected from A Historical Bibliography on the Built Environment in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area, compiled by Richard L. Longstreth, PhD,Oakland Mills May ) Anderson, Carlotta, Glen Echo: The Remarkable Saga of a Very Small Town, Glen Echo, Md.: Town of.
If you prefer to send a check: Please make your check payable to: Stronghold, Incorporated Comus Road Dickerson, MD All Fees & Contributions Deductible for Federal Income Tax Purposes.
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Cuttler & Dorothy J. Elgin "These books and others are available through Heritage Books, of Pointer. Comus Rd, Dickerson, MD +1 Improve This Listing. Improve This Listing. Thank you. Tripadvisor has been notified.
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Yes No Unsure/5(). History. The name Oakland Mills comes from the mill and postal station in the local area that were part of a 2,acre estate that combined Oakland Manor slave plantation and surrounding properties. The grist mill and its properties are aligned along the road built by the Columbia Turnpike and Road Company between Montgomery County and Baltimore in City: Columbia.
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Skiable Terrain Sugarloaf has more than 1, skiable acres, with a vertical drop of 2, feet, New England's most continuous. The Village of Oakland Mills, in Columbia, MD, is a covenant protected community.
These covenants require, among other things, that all permanent changes to a lot be approved by the Village Architecture Committee.
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Mills' Gap, the first wagon road across the Blue Ridge, and Mills' River, took their names from him. It was carved [p] out of Nescopeck township in and gets its name from the beautiful Sugarloaf mountain that rises, cone-shaped, feet high, in the valley, like a sentinel's tower, watching over the sweet vale that surrounds its feet and stretches away to the west and east along Nescopeck creek that runs nearly through the center of.
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