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Chesapeake Country Books

New and Forthcoming    Art and Architecture   Chesapeake Country   History    Maryland at War    Charm City   Nature and Natural History   Maryland Sports   Railways

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Chesapeake Country

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History

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Maryland at War

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Charm City

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Nature and Natural History 7 Maryland Sports

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Field Guide to Fishes of the Chesapeake Bay

Who Owns America’s Past?

Maryland in Black and White

Edward O. Murdy and John A. Musick

The Smithsonian and the Problem of History

Documentary Photography from the Great Depression and World War II

illustrated by Val Kells

Robert C. Post

Constance B. Schulz

“Finally! A truly comprehensive and well-illustrated field guide “Robert Post’s study of the evolution of America’s premier foreword by Frederick N. Rasmussen museum is authoritative, thorough, and engagingly written by to the fishes of the Chesapeake Bay is available.” “When I reflect on the grimness of the Depression and World —Mariner Chesapeake a curatorial insider with a critical perspective. This is institu2013 360 pp., 251 color illus., 2 maps tional history in the very best sense because it highlights the War II, I naturally think in terms of the dramatic qualities 978-1-4214-0768-5 $24.95 paperback role of individuals as well as ideas.We also gain insight into the of black and white photography. Among the images Schulz includes here, even a seemingly routine photo of a Hagerstown museum’s place in national politics.” Front Stoops in the Fifties railroad station has a certain wonderful, almost Edward Baltimore Legends Come of Age —Michael Kammen, Cornell University, and Past Hopperesque, quality to it.” President, Organization of American Historians Michael Olesker —from the Foreword by Frederick N. Rasmussen 2013 384 pp., 49 halftones “A highly readable local history lesson on the good, the 978-1-4214-1100-2 $29.95 hardcover 2013 192 pp., 101 b&w photos 978-1-4214-1085-2 $34.95 hardcover bad, and the ugly of life here in the extremely edgy city of Also available as an e-book Also available as an e-book Baltimore, Maryland. Michael Olesker digs deep and his scathing, alarming, and sometimes hilarious reporting of our past A Year across Maryland asks the question—have we come a long way in fifty years or A Week-by-Week Guide to Discovering Nature in the Chesapeake Region are our race and class issues still scarily the same?” Every Home a Distillery Bryan MacKay — John Waters Alcohol, Gender, and Technology “This is a delightful book packed with information on a diver- in the Colonial Chesapeake 2013 248 pp., 11 halftones 978-1-4214-1160-6 $29.95 hardcover sity of organisms with explicit instructions on how to enjoy Sarah Hand Meacham Also available as an e-book marvelous creatures virtually every day of the year. MacKay’s “A well-composed, clearly written, highly informative study Football in Baltimore passion for natural history is palpable.” that significantly contributes to our understanding of how History and Memorabilia from Colts to Ravens —Lytton John Musselman, author of Plants of the alcohol was brewed, distributed, and consumed in the colonial second edition Chesapeake Bay: A Guide to Wildflowers, Grasses, Chesapeake area.” —Journal of American History Aquatic Vegetation,Trees, Shrubs, and Other Flora Ted Patterson

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with contributions by Dean Smith photographs by Edwin H. Remsberg forewords by Michael Gibbons and Raymond Berry

2013 312 pp., 78 color photos 978-1-4214-0939-9 $24.95 paperback Also available as an e-book

The second edition of Ted Patterson’s illustrated history of football in Baltimore continues the story of the Raven’s success— from their first Super Bowl victory in 2001 to the emotional parade through downtown Baltimore after winning Super Bowl XLVII. Patterson is joined by Baltimore poet and sports aficionado Dean Smith, whose new chapters capture the energy of Purple Fridays, the larger-than-life personalities of the players, and the city’s embrace of the Ravens as a reflection of Baltimore itself. 2013 300 pp., 60 color illus., 214 b&w photos 978-1-4214-1236-8 $44.95 hardcover Also available as an e-book

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2009 208 pp., 9 halftones 978-1-4214-0963-4 $24.95 paperback Also available as an e-book


Art and Architecture

New and Forthcoming    Art and Architecture   Chesapeake Country   History   Maryland at War   Charm City   Nature and Natural History   Maryland Sports   Railways

AIA Guide to the Architecture of Washington, D.C.

Outdoor Sculpture in Baltimore

Homewood House

A Historical Guide to Public Art in the Monumental City

fifth edition

Cindy Kelly

Catherine Rogers Arthur and Cindy Kelly

G. Martin Moeller, Jr.

photographs by Edwin Harlan Remsberg

“A new guidebook to the capital city’s architecture brings powerful evidence of the continuing evolution of Washington’s streetscape.” —Washington Post 2012 328 pp., 443 halftones, 18 maps 978-1-4214-0270-3 $24.95 paperback Also available as an e-book

George Washington’s Eye

Winner, Heritage Book Award, Maryland Historical Trust

“This book will serve an enlightened public purpose of education and the preservation and recognition of our cultural resources.” —Jay M. Fisher, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs, The Baltimore Museum of Art

“George Washington’s Eye not only sheds light on the first president’s keen interest in architecture, landscape gardening, and art collecting but also illuminates his learning process . . . Those who seek to understand Washington by exploring Mount Vernon will find this book informative and fascinating.” —Journal of American History 2012 344 pp., 32 color illus., 149 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0432-5 $49.95 hardcover Also available as an e-book

edited by Mary Ellen Hayward and Frank R. Shivers, Jr.

An Illustrated History of Neighborhoods in the Nation’s Capital second edition

Winner, Baltimore Book Festival Mayor’s Award of Literary Excellence for Non-Fiction Winner, Heritage Book Award, Maryland Historical Trust

edited by Kathryn Schneider Smith “If you’ve ever wandered through the connected neighborhoods that are Washington and wondered who lives there now, and who’s gone before, the answers can be found in a new book, Washington at Home.”—Washington Business Journal 2010 552 pp., 15 color illus., 293 halftones, 27 line drawings 978-0-8018-9353-7 $45.00 hardcover

2004 192 pp., 114 color illus. 978-0-8018-7987-6 $41.00 hardcover

An Illustrated History

Washington at Home

Honorable Mention, Architecture and Urban Planning, PROSE Awards

—Antiques and the Arts Weekly

The Architecture of Baltimore

2011 416 pp., 245 halftones, 250 halftones, 18 line drawings, 23 line drawings 978-0-8018-9722-1 $44.95 hardcover

Landscape, Architecture, and Design at Mount Vernon

Joseph Manca

“Offers a detailed look into the restoration of the house. Beautiful, informative, and compelling.”

“Over 600 stunning black and white photos, drawings, paintings, and illustrated floor plans that capture the evolution of Baltimore.” —Chesapeake Home Magazine 2004 416 pp., 480 halftones, 83 line drawings 978-0-8018-7806-0 $60.00 hardcover

Everyday Architecture of the Mid-Atlantic Looking at Buildings and Landscapes

Gabrielle M. Lanier and Bernard L. Herman Winner, Fred Kniffen Prize, Pioneer America Society

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“Finally, a guidebook of historic architecture that treats a hole country, not a particular state, but a natural geographical division—a region.” —Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 1997 424 pp., 344 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-5325-8 $39.00 paperback

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Chesapeake Country

New and Forthcoming    Art and Architecture   Chesapeake Country    History   Maryland at War   Charm City   Nature and Natural History   Maryland Sports   Railways

Planting an Empire

The Nanticoke

The Disappearing Islands of the Chesapeake

The Early Chesapeake in British North America

Portrait of a Chesapeake River

Jean B. Russo and J. Elliott Russo

David W. Harp and Tom Horton

William B. Cronin

“An elegant and admirably concise overview of the history of the Chesapeake Bay region from the onset of English settlement to the end of the colonial period.”

“Tom Horton has a poet’s touch and a realist’s frankness as he writes of the delicate ecology of this great aquatic system.”

—Journal of American History 2012 256 pp., 13 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-1-4214-0556-8 $25.00 paperback Also available as an e-book

Maritime Maryland

—Islands Magazine 2008 144 pp., 120 color photos 978-0-8018-9057-4 $35.00 hardcover

Winner, John Lyman Award, North American Society for Oceanic History Winner, Heritage Book Award, Maryland Historic Trust

“The Free State of Maryland played a notable part throughout the War of 1812, but it also has a rich history aside from that pivotal era, and is nowhere better defined than in this new, stellar work.” —Sea Classics 2010 328 pp., 25 color illus., 45 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-0-8018-9475-6 $50.00 hardcover

Life along the Chesapeake

Tombstones, Epitaphs, Histories, Reflections, and Oddments of the Region

—William Baker, President, Chesapeake Bay Foundation 2000 132 pp., 112 color photos 978-0-8018-6426-1 $28.00 paperback

Tom Horton

—New York Times Book Review 1987 248 pp. 978-0-8018-4875-9 $23.00 paperback

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1999 152 pp., 42 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-6041-6 $33.00 hardcover

The Tidewater Tales

John Barth 1997 655 pp. 978-0-8018-5556-6 $26.00 paperback

Bay Country

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“Water’s Way communicates the beauty and essence of the Chesapeake like no other book. It conveys the very reasons why I have dedicated my life’s work to saving the Bay.”

“Mr. Horton—a Baltimore journalist who has developed a devoted but hitherto local following—ventures into a small, distinguished circle of nature writers. Fans of Aldo Leopold, John McPhee, and Sigurd Olson won’t be disappointed.”

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2005 200 pp., 150 halftones 978-0-8018-7435-2 $38.00 hardcover

The Chesapeake Book of the Dead

essays by Tom Horton

William S. Dudley

—Baltimore Magazine

Water’s Way

photography by David W. Harp

A History

“Cronin tells an engaging story that’s richly underscored by an abundance of vintage maps and archival photographs.”


History

New and Forthcoming    Art and Architecture   Chesapeake Country   History   Maryland at War   Charm City   Nature and Natural History   Maryland Sports   Railways

Leading the Way

Scraping By

Eat, Drink, and Be Merry in Maryland

A History of Johns Hopkins Medicine

Wage Labor, Slavery, and Survival in Early Baltimore

Neil A. Grauer

Seth Rockman

Frederick Philip Stieff

“An admirable and comprehensive account of the evolution of one of the most distinguished academic medical centers in the world.” —Journal of American Medical Association

Cowinner, Merle Curti Award, Organization of American Historians

2012 416 pp., 275 color illus., 155 halftones 978-1-4214-0657-2 $60.00 hardcover

Winner, Philip Taft Labor History Book Award, ILR School at Cornell University and the Labor and Working-Class History Association Winner, H. L. Mitchell Award, Southern Historical Association

“This is an engaging, deeply researched, and well-written study of labor, class, and capitalism in early national-era Baltimore.”

Washington’s U Street

—Journal of American History

A Biography

Blair A. Ruble “A fine work that sheds light on race relations on U Street and throughout the District.” —Journal of African American History Woodrow Wilson Center Press 2010 432 pp., 31 halftones 978-1-4214-0594-0 $24.95 paperback

Here Lies Jim Crow Civil Rights in Maryland

2008 392 pp., 8 halftones, 4 line drawings 978-0-8018-9007-9 $27.00 paperback Also available as an e-book

Donald G. Shomette Cowinner, John Lyman Book Award in U.S. Maritime History, North American Society for Oceanic History 2007 448 pp., 39 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-0-8018-8670-6 $63.00 hardcover

Jane Wilson McWilliams Maryland Preservation Award for Excellence in Media and Publications, Maryland Historic Trust

“Jane McWilliams has created a landmark work of scholarship, a comprehensive, interesting and very readable work destined to enlighten generations to come.” —Bay Weekly 2011 512 pp., 22 color illus., 164 halftones, 5 line drawings 978-0-8018-9659-0 $44.95 hardcover

1991 432 pp. 978-0-8018-4399-0 $28.00 paperback

Robert J. Brugger 1988 864 pp., 282 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-5465-1 $34.00 paperback

Maryland A History of its People

Suzanne Ellery Chapelle, Jean H. Baker, Dean R. Esslinger,Whitman H. Ridgway, Constance B. Schulz, and Gregory A. Stiverson 1986 352 pp. 978-0-8018-3005-1 $31.00 hardcover

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A History

Margaret Law Callcott

Maryland, A Middle Temperament

Shipwrecks, Sea Raiders, and Maritime Disasters along the Delmarva Coast, 1632–2004

“While the book elaborates on Maryland’s role in the beginning and end of the Jim Crow era, the most compelling aspect of the book is the stories Smith gleaned from dozens of interviews with Marylanders, black and white, who lived with segregation and fought to end its practices.” —Baltimore Sun

Annapolis, City on the Severn

Mistress of Riversdale The Plantation Letters of Rosalie Stier Calvert, 1795–1821

1634–1980

C. Fraser Smith

2008 344 pp., 24 halftones 978-1-4214-0765-4 $25.00 paperback

1997 354 pp., 50 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-5736-2 $26.00 paperback

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Tobacco Coast A Maritime History of Chesapeake Bay in the Colonial Era

Arthur Pierce Middleton 1984 528 pp. 978-0-8018-2534-7 $27.00 paperback

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A Silhouette

2009 184 pp., 15 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-0-8018-9098-7 $30.00 hardcover Also available as an e-book

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Maryland at War

New and Forthcoming    Art and Architecture   Chesapeake Country   History    Maryland at War    Charm City   Nature and Natural History   Maryland Sports   Railways

Iron Coffin War, Technology, and Experience aboard the USS Monitor updated edition

David A. Mindell “Mindell’s research is impeccable and supports his argument with considerable authority from contemporary sources as well as his own experiences after the partial recovery of the Monitor’s components.The book, as with its earlier incarnation, is an important bridge between operational military history and the human side to science and technology.” — H-War, H-Net Reviews 2012 208 pp., 11 halftones, 4 line drawings 978-1-4214-0520-9 $23.00 paperback Also available as an e-book

To Antietam Creek The Maryland Campaign of September 1862

D. Scott Hartwig “By far the best work done on the Maryland Campaign, To Antietam Creek will set the standard for many, many years to come.” —Thomas G. Clemens, Save Historic Antietam Foundation

Maryland Voices

of the Civil War E DIT E D B Y

CHARLES W. MITCHELL

2012 808 pp., 25 halftones 978-1-4214-0631-2 $49.95 hardcover Also available as an e-book

A Travel Guide to the War of 1812 in the Chesapeake

Maryland’s Civil War Photographs The Sesquicentennial Collection

The War of 1812 in the Chesapeake A Reference Guide to Historic Sites in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia

Ross J. Kelbaugh

Eighteen Tours in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia

“In a very remarkable collection . . . this finely bound and printed book presents the work of skilled photographers who captured soldiers and civilians, prisoners of war, and working artisans while they were at the studio, on the battlefield, in the campsite, the hospital, and the home front.”

Ralph E. Eshelman

Ralph E. Eshelman, Scott S. Sheads, and Donald R. Hickey

2011 296 pp., 104 halftones, 24 line drawings 978-0-8018-9837-2 $24.95 paperback

2010 424 pp., 112 halftones, 29 line drawings 978-0-8018-9235-6 $67.00 hardcover

187 Things You Should Know about the War of 1812

The Patuxent Naval Campaign in the War of 1812

—Civil War Librarian Maryland Historical Society 2012 288 pp., 237 color illus., 238 b&w illus. 978-0-9842135-1-1 $30.00 paperback

An Easy Question-and-Answer Guide

Donald G. Shomette

Donald R. Hickey

foreword by Fred W. Hopkins, Jr.

Maryland Historical Society

The Dawn’s Early Light

2012 160 pp., 12 halftones 978-0-9842135-2-8 $15.00 paperback

Walter Lord with a new foreword by Scott S. Sheads

“Still the best account available of the two key battles of the War of 1812 . . . brings the 1814 battles around Washington and Baltimore to life, making them seem terrifying and critical, as they must have seemed to Marylanders at the time.” —Baltimore City Paper 2012 400 pp., 29 b&w photos 978-1-4214-0547-6 $24.95 paperback

Flotilla

The Rockets’ Red Glare An Illustrated History of the War of 1812

Donald R. Hickey and Connie D. Clark Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine

2009 520 pp., 26 halftones, 14 line drawings 978-0-8018-9122-9 $40.00 hardcover

Maryland Voices of the Civil War

edited by Charles W. Mitchell Winner, Founders Award, The Museum of the Confederacy 2007 568 pp., 41 halftones, 52 line drawings 978-0-8018-8621-8 $38.00 hardcover

2011 264 pp., 27 color illus., 139 b&w illus., 9 maps 978-1-4214-0155-3 $39.95 hardcover

In Full Glory Reflected

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Discovering the War of 1812 in the Chesapeake

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Maryland Historical Society 2012 256 pp., 186 color illus., 25 b&w illus., 23 maps 978-0-9842135-4-2 $24.95 paperback

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y Charm City

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Nature & Natural History

Plants of the Chesapeake Bay Second Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Maryland and the District A Guide to Wildflowers, Grasses, Aquatic Vegetation, Trees, Shrubs, and Other Flora of Columbia

edited by Walter G. Ellison foreword by Chandler S. Robbins 2010 520 pp. 224 color photos, 4 halftones, 18 line drawings, 199 maps 978-0-8018-9 576-0 $75.00 hardcover

Hiking, Cycling, and Canoeing in Maryland A Family Guide second edition

Baltimore Trails

An Album of Memories

A Guide for Hikers and Mountain Bikers second edition

Gilbert Sandler in Association with the Marylandia and Rare Books Department, University of Maryland Libraries

Winner, Baltimore Book Festival Mayor’s Award for Literary Excellence and Honorable Mention, Non-Fiction category 2002 248 pp., 161 halftones 978-0-8018-7069-9 $33.00 hardcover

Jewish Baltimore A Family Album

Gilbert Sandler

Bryan MacKay 2008 288 pp., 92 line drawings 978-0-8018-9070-3 $19.95 paperback Also available as an e-book

“Plants of the Chesapeake Bay deserves shelf space in the library of every Chesapeake boater who would like to understand how our Bay’s ecosystem works.” —Chesapeake Bay Magazine 2012 232 pp., 208 color photos, 1 map 978-1-4214-0498-1 $24.95 paperback Also available as an e-book

Life in the Chesapeake Bay

Bryan MacKay Small Town Baltimore

Lytton John Musselman and David A. Knepper

2008 504 pp., 82 halftones, 20 line drawings 978-0-8018-8767-3 $21.95 paperback Also available as an e-book

third edition

Alice Jane Lippson and Robert L. Lippson 2006 344 pp., 210 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-8338-5 $29.00 paperback Also available as an e-book

The C&O Canal Companion updated edition

Mike High Baltimore Harbor A Pictorial History third edition

2001 280 pp. 56 b&w photos, 27 line drawings 978-0-8018-6602-9 $19.95 paperback

Robert C. Keith 2005 240 pp., 216 halftones, 13 line drawings 978-0-8018-7980-7 $29.00 paperback

2000 232 pp., 115 halftones 978-0-8018-6427-8 $33.00 hardcover

Baltimore’s Alley Houses Homes for Working People since the 1780s

Mary Ellen Hayward Winner, Abbott Lowell Cummings Prize. Vernacular Architecture Forum Winner, Heritage Book Award. Maryland Historical Trust 2008 328 pp., 98 halftones, 6 line drawings 978-0-8018-8834-2 $47.00 hardcover

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Railways

The Orioles Encyclopedia

Baseball in Baltimore

A Half Century of History and Highlights

The First Hundred Years

Mike Gesker

James H. Bready

foreword by Brooks Robinson

Winner, Maryland Historical Society Book Prize

“Not just a reference book, this tome is essential reading for “The subject of ‘Baseball in Baltimore’ is old-time baseball, much Oriole fans. Consider it the bible of Birdland. . . It’s a far- of it the minor-league variety, and it treats that subject with all reaching and fascinating document of a legendary base- the thoroughness and affection it deserves. . . [Bready] loves ball franchise, and, for that, Gesker deserves a heartfelt the good old days, and here he reminds us that they really were ‘Thank you-u-u-u.’” —Baltimore Magazine good . . . He knows his baseball history inside out, and writes about it with ardor . . . The definitive book on a subject of 2009 896 pp., 26 color illus., 425 b&w photos 978-0-8018-9114-4 $56.00 hardcover enduring allure.” —Washington Post 1998 256 pp., 150 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-5833-8 $41.00 hardcover

Lacrosse Technique and Tradition, The Second Edition of the Bob Scott Classic

David Pietramala and Neil A. Grauer photographs by James T. Van Rensselaer and Will Kirk

Dining on the B&O Recipes and Sidelights from a Bygone Age

Thomas J. Greco and Karl D. Spence in Association with the B&O Railroad Museum

“Greco and Spence must be praised for the diligence and determination of their research in locating every possible B&O recipe extant from a plethora of sources, or so it seems . . . The B&O might be no more, but it lives on in fine books like this one.” —Baltimore Sun 2009 208 pp., 16 color illus., 25 halftones 978-0-8018-9323-0 $34.95 hardcover

The Colts’ Baltimore A City and Its Love Affair in the 1950s

The Ma & Pa

Michael Olesker

A History of the Maryland & Pennsylvania Railroad second edition, revised

“You can consider this book a message to the outside world “Like a love poem . . . to a more innocent time.” from the cosmic center of the sport . . .There have been lacrosse —Baltimore Sun books before, but this is easily the best.”—Maryland Magazine 2008 240 pp., 19 halftones 978-0-8018-9062-8 $25.95 hardcover

2006 312 pp., 86 halftones, 115 line drawings 978-0-8018-8410-8 $40.00 paperback Also available as an e-book

Lacrosse A History of the Game

Donald M. Fisher Honorable Mention, Best Sport History Book Awards, North American Society for Sport History

“A sweeping history of the game. Fisher traces the emergence of modern lacrosse in both Canada and the United States.” —Library Journal

George W. Hilton “Hilton can examine a balance sheet without forgetting the flanged drivers that generated its figures; to the past he can be sympathetic without letting the sentiment become sticky. In eight chapters he moves across the years from 3-foot beginnings to the road’s World War I peak and beyond the lean times, amputation, and a 1960 I.C.C. refusal of an abandonment petition. His text is supported by a chronology, all-time engine and equipment rosters, employee timecard, maps, even a dispatcher’s train sheet . . .The photo count exceeds 175 and these are supplemented by side and end elevation drawings of several locomotives and doodlebug 62.” —Trains 1999 248 pp., 170 halftones, 28 line drawings 978-0-8018-6294-6 $24.00 paperback

2002 408 pp., 36 b&w photos 978-1-4214-0044-0 $25.00 paperback

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