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  1. The failure to preserve the Queen City Hotel, Cumberland, Maryland (Case studies in preservation) by Dianne Newell, 1975
  2. Public Archaeology in Annapolis: A Critical Approach to History in Maryland's Ancient City by Jr. Parker B. Potter, 1994-09-17
  3. Greenbelt, Maryland: A Living Legacy of the New Deal (Creating the North American Landscape) by Cathy D. Knepper, 2001-03-09
  4. Country Towns of Maryland and Delaware by Judy Colbert, 1997-02-25
  5. Sprawl & Politics: The Inside Story of Smart Growth in Maryland (Suny Series Urban Public Policy) by John W. Frece, 2009-01-08
  6. Gambling on a settlement: The Baltimore City schools adequacy litigations (Studies in judicial remedies and public engagement) by Diane W Cipollone, 1997
  7. Geography and planning in the urban community;: A brief reconnaissance (University of Maryland. Bureau of Governmental Research. Studies in government) by John F Downs, 1961
  8. The politics of desegration: A study of the political dynamics within and between the Maryland system of higher education and its four public black colleges (Cornell dissertations in planning) by Faye Alease Frieson, 1979
  9. $10 million marina fire: Bohemia Bay, Maryland (January 6, 1989) (Technical report series / United States Fire Administration) by Randolph E Kirby, 1989
  10. Old Values in a New Town: The Politics of Race and Class in Columbia, Maryland by Lynne C. Burkhart, 1981-03-01
  11. Not in My Neighborhood: How Bigotry Shaped a Great American city by Antero Pietila, 2010-03-16
  12. Reforming Suburbia: The Planned Communities of Irvine, Columbia, and The Woodlands by Ann Forsyth, 2005-03-14
  13. Many Minds, One Heart: SNCC's Dream for a New America by Wesley C. Hogan, 2009-02-01

1. Maryland Internet Resources
maryland Internet Resources Click on the map for more detail Welcome to the list of maryland Internet Resources. to discover more about the state of maryland. All have links to see the Social studies Field Trip Database for information about possible field trips in maryland. maryland cities
Cities Counties Schools Government ... Greetings
Maryland Internet Resources
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Welcome to the list of Maryland Internet Resources. These resouces may be useful for teachers, students, and parents who wish to use the Internet to discover more about the state of Maryland. All have links to even more sites.
The list of Maryland Internet resouces is constantly growing. Parents, teachers, and students with information about additional links, or suggestions for improvements for the existing listings, should contact:
  • Dr. Dawn F. Thomas, coordinator, elementary social studies, [e-mail] (301) 279-3356
  • Martin Creel, instructional specialist, social studies [e-mail] (301) 279-3357
Also see the Social Studies Field Trip Database for information about possible field trips in Maryland.
Maryland Cities
Maryland Counties

2. Beyond Books Teacher Door: Correlations: Maryland State Social Studies Standards
Search BB. maryland state Social studies Standards Grades 912 19th century and describe the major features of cities and urban life, including the contribution of immigrants and
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    Students will examine significant ideas, beliefs, and themes; organize patterns and events; and analyze how individuals and societies have changed over time in Maryland and the United States.
2.9 Students demonstrate understanding of the causes, course, and character of the Civil War and its effect on the people of the United States (1850-1865).

3. | NCSS Affiliates
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Site Directory About NCSS - NCSS Membership - Background Statement - Contact Information - Endorsements - FAQ - Information Request Form - Position Statements - President's Message Affiliated Councils Annual Conference Associated Groups - CUFA - International Assembly - NSSSA Awards and Grants Citizenship Central Discussion Board FASSE Internet Resources NCSS Members Only Media and Press Information - Press Releases News and Legislation - Legislative Update - Newsletter (TSSP) - People in the News Professional Development - Calls for Participation - Career Center - Keizai Koho Fellowships - Online Learning - Opportunities Abroad - Summer Workshops - U.S. Events and Programs Publications - Book Store - Editorial Guidelines - Social Education - Young Learner - Middle Level Learning Public Relations Toolkit Standards - Curriculum Standards - Teacher Standards Teacher Resources - Classroom Focus - Mountains: A Global Resource - NCSS Information Services - Notable Trade Books - Teachable Moments: Sept. 11/Iraq - Worth Watching
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4. Social Studies Curriculum - Grade 4
C417.13, Name counties, important cities, rivers, and other features of the state.C417.14, Indicate how maps of maryland can be used for different purposes.
Grade Four
Social Studies Curriculum Objectives
Unit I: History Of Maryland
Objective Performance
C401.00: Describe how the Native Americans of Maryland lived prior to the arrival of the Europeans
Identify the land forms, bodies of water and regions which encompass the state of Maryland
Identify the Native American tribes found in the area we now call Maryland
Identify the natural resources which were used by the Native Americans in the Maryland area
Identify the lifestyles of the tribes of Maryland C402.00: Explain how Maryland was colonized Describe social, economic and political problems in England which led to the settlement of the Maryland colony in America
Describe some of the experiences that took place before, during and after the settlers voyaged to the Maryland colony
Describe how the Maryland Indians and the English settlers influenced each other
Identify early settlement sites in Maryland C403.00: Describe various life styles in colonial Maryland

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Geography Fifty States ... Lessons By State Maryland Maryland History Coloring Book - From the Maryland State Archives comes this collection of pictures in PDF format. Students can color Maryland's Native Americans, state seal, flag, and more source
Maryland State Archives Documents for the Classroom
- Primary source documents of Maryland's history. Organized in instructional packets, these documents include pictures, news artcles, maps, and more source
Maryland Unit
- A printable packet of worksheets about the history and geogarphy of the state of Maryland source
Maryland With Pride Faculty Room
- Online lessons, activities, and worksheets about the history of Maryland source
Chesapeake Bay
- A lesson plan with printable activities that teaches students about human interdependence with the environment. Classes make an estuary, become Chesapeake detectives, and use map skills to explore a watershed source
Daily Life in 17th Century Colonial Maryland
- Through studying the lives of settlers to St. Mary's City, Maryland, students understand colonial life. Four lesson plans and project ideas are included

6. U.S. Universities, By State
A state Unit Study about maryland. Learn about the symbols and geography of maryland. These state unit studies are designed to help children learn the geography of Print the maryland state Map and fill in the state capital, large cities and state attractions that
Web U.S. Universities, by State
(list also available organized alphabetically This page of UT Austin Web Central contains a list of regionally-accredited U.S. universities organized by state. Only one server is listed for each campus: the primary central server. In the absence of a central server, another server may be selected. Here's a form to add a university . Also see What's New This list includes only 4-year institutions; 2-year branch campuses of 4-year institutions are listed on the Web U.S. Community Colleges page. Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas ... Other Resources Alabama
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  • American Graduate School of International Management
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  • Arkansas Baptist College
  • Arkansas State University, Jonesboro
  • 7. Governing: Research Organization Links
    Counties; Kentucky League of cities; Kentucky Taxpayers Louisiana Municipal Association;Louisiana state University College University of maryland Urban studies
    Online supplement to Governing
    State and Local Sourcebook

    GovLinks index
    State-Based Research Organizations Alabama
  • Alabama League of Municipalities
  • Association of County Commissions of Alabama
  • Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama Alaska
  • Alaska Municipal League Arizona
  • Arizona Association of Counties
  • Arizona Tax Research Association
  • Arizona State University Morrison Institute for Public Policy Arkansas
  • Association of Arkansas Counties California
  • University of California, Davis Institute of Governmental Affairs
  • California State Association of Counties
  • California TaxpayersÂ’ Association California Tax Foundation
  • Colorado
  • University of Colorado at Boulder Center for Public Policy Research
  • Colorado Counties, Inc.
  • Colorado Municipal League
  • Colorado Public Expenditure Council Connecticut
  • University of Connecticut Institute of Public Service District of Columbia
  • Greater Washington Research Center Florida
  • Florida Association of Counties
  • Florida League of Cities
  • Florida Tax Watch Georgia
  • University of Georgia Carl Vinson Institute of Government
  • Association County Commissioners of Georgia
  • Research Atlanta, Inc. Hawaii
  • Tax Foundation of Hawaii
  • Hawaii State Association of Counties Idaho
  • Associated Taxpayers of Idaho, Inc.
  • 8. Maryland Municipal League - The Association Of Cities And Towns
    Main Street Improvement Program maryland Main Street Business Development Program- state Action Loans Zones - Legislation/Testimony - studies/Press Group
    MML's Research staff maintains an extensive library and file system of municipal related information and resources used to support the inquiry program, legislative advocacy and special projects. Below you will find our file and folder index. Although the master index is revised annually, the library and files are continually in flux. Index Revised 2/4/98 SUBJECT Files Index MAJOR SUBJECT HEADINGS: Administration (ADM): Circuit rider; computers; financial administration; insurance; public information; public meetings; records management; volunteers.. Community and Economic Development (CED): Economic and industrial development programs; employment; enterprise zones; group homes; health and human services; historic preservation; housing; school closings. Environment and Energy (ENV): Air pollution control; Chesapeake Bay; hazardous wastes; LUST; sediment, erosion and stormwater control; solid waste management. Finance (FIN): Infrastructure loan program; investments; state and municipal bonds; tax increment financing; user fees. Intergovernmental Affairs (IGOV): Census; counties; GRS; homeowners associations; mandates; state clearinghouse; STD's.

    9. Maryland State Government
    If you need free car contest advice online, we can help you. We've also got free information on for sale by owner house, airplane propeller, free microsoft software, and more. homes. Case studies Seniors Research Group in Pulaski County, Kentucky, including such cities as Somerset.
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  • 10. UMBC Studies Orchestras And Their Home Cities
    EXAMINES RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORCHESTRAS AND THEIR HOST cities. Research at the Universityof maryland, Baltimore County an opportunity to lead state and local
    November 10, 1997 CONTACT: JoAnn Peroutka
    Baltimore, MD A new report, "Symphony Orchestras and Local Governments," from the Maryland Institute of Policy Analysis and Research at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, explores the nature of symphony orchestras' interaction with local government at a crucial juncture in federal arts funding. "The reduction of NEA funding offers an opportunity to lead state and local governments in thinking about new ways to support orchestras and other arts organizations," states Arthur T. Johnson, author of the study and professor of political science at UMBC. The report examines orchestra financial data and survey responses from managing directors of 55 of the approximately 100 American orchestras with operating budgets of at least $1 million. Symphony orchestras in cities such as Baltimore, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago, Memphis and Shreveport responded to questions regarding public funding as a percentage of total revenues, concert hall conditions and renovation plans, community outreach efforts, and local government and its effects on orchestra activities. (See the attached page for a complete list of orchestras responding to the survey.) According to Johnson's study, public funding represents approximately 6 percent of the responding orchestras' revenues. Without this funding, 30 of 34 orchestras in the sample operating at a surplus in 1996 would have incurred a deficit. Close to 70 percent of the respondents received financial support from their city governments and nearly one third (31 percent) received more funding from their local governments than state and federal resources.

    11. Population: Distribution, Density And Growth - Case Studies
    maryland's Smart Growth legislation was passed to preserve lands and open spaceby earmarking state funds for growth areas and established cities and towns.
    Photo 14. An expanding population increases wastewater flows to the Chesapeake Bay. Improved wastewater treatment and a ban on phosphorus-containing detergents have reduced point sources of phosphorus by 70% since the 1970s. South Florida The 16 counties of South Florida lie roughly within the area that extends from Lake Okeechobee, south through the Everglades, and into the Florida Keys. This diverse ecosystem includes wetlands, forested uplands, mangroves, beaches, and coral reefs. At one time, wetlands dominated the ecosystem, covering much of central and southern Florida (South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force, 1994). Photo 12. The population explosion in South Florida has dramatically changed the landscape from expansive wetlands to heavily developed communities. Florida's population explosion began after World War II. In 1940, the state had a population of 1.8 million; by 1996, the population had reached 14.3 million, an increase of almost 700%. Much of this growth has been along Florida's lower east coast, an area that currently accounts for about 4.5 million people. Dade County, which includes Miami, grew from more than 267,000 in 1940 to over 2 million people by 1994 (Bureau of the Census, 1996).

    12. African Studies Center
    Michigan state University Departments and Programs journal of Black studies andresearch. Regional US states maryland cities Baltimore Business and
    Tarbiat Modarres University - IRAN African Studies Center
    linking African Studies African Studies ... Studies
    - scholarly resources in text, multimedia, and interactive format.
  • University of Cape Town African Studies Library ... Studies - seeks to contribute to the study and understanding of the modern history and current affairs of the Middle East and Africa. African American Studies (CAAS) ... Diaspora Project - organize into topics pertaining to the African Diaspora. African American Studies African ... Studies - includes publications catalog. Center for Afroamerican and African Studies James S. Coleman ... Studies - information on course offerings, programs (lectures, conferences, study abroad, outreach), faculty and students. African American Studies Francophone ... Program - examines West Asian, African , and Mediterranean antiquity, including their languages, history, and cultures.
  • 13. Planning Links, Urban Studies And Planning, School Of Architecture, University O
    for Environmental Renewal Sustainable cities Research Institute Internet ResourceCenter maryland Planners Directory Government state of maryland Homepage US

    Letter from Director Academics Apply ... Student Information Urban Studies and Planning
    School of Architecture Architecture Historic Preservation Ph.D. National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education
    Planning Links
    Home Student Information
    Frequently Asked Questions
    Campus Information ... Technology
    Categories Community Development
    Council of State Community Development Agencies

    Empowerment Zone and Enterprise Community Program

    National Association of Development Organizations

    National Community Development Association
    National Association of Community Action Agencies
    Data Sites
    County and City Data Books
    Current Economic Data and Links Current Population Survey Datamocracy Home Page ... US Gazetteer (Census Data by zip code) APA Economic Development Division Business Improvement Districts Council for Urban Economic Development GSA's Center for Urban Development ... The Virtual Library on Urban Enviornmental Management General Planning Resources American Planning Association/American Institute of Certified Planners Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Built Environment Center Cornell University's Links for Planners ... The Urban Land Institute Government State of Maryland Homepage US City Government Websites US Conference of Mayors US Congress ... 1,000 Friends of Maryland

    14. What State Are You In?--Social Studies: Intermediate (Grades 3-5)
    See how many cities students can think of If a student knows the state in which thecity is found, he or she can raise his or her hand to answer the 2. maryland.
    What State Are You In?
    Social Studies: Intermediate (Grades 3-5)
    Students practice and review knowledge of major U.S. cities.
    • game cards cardstock of any color on which to print game cards paper and pencil for keeping score
    This activity is great for helping students identify to which states major U.S. cities belong. None of the cities on the cards are state capitals, which provides an extra challenge for students. Copy the game cards on cardstock. You might want to decorate the back of the cards with a sticker such as a flag or another symbol. If possible, laminate the cards, then cut them out. Before students begin playing the game, use a map to review well-known cities in different states. See how many cities students can think of. Find each city on the map and point it out to students. Game Rules: Shuffle the cards and place them face down. Turn the first card up and show it or read it to students. If a student knows the state in which the city is found, he or she can raise his or her hand to answer the question. Check the answer key for the correct answer and score as follows: Correct answer-Win 2 points, card goes to discard pile. Incorrect answer-Lose 2 points, card goes to bottom of pile.

    15. Geography (4.0) ~ Maryland State Performance Standards ~ MSPP ~ School Improveme
    areas and the processes that have caused cities to grow. patterns and processes ofdiffusion in maryland and the analyze case studies of the spread of
    Students will use geographic concepts and processes to examine the role of culture, technology, and the environment in the location and distribution of human activities and spatial connections throughout time. Rationale
    Note: For a detailed description of Bolded and Italicized terms, click here
    In the context of home, school, and community, at the end of grade 3 , students know and are able to: In the context of Maryland up to contemporary times, and U.S. History through 1790, at the end of grade 5 , students know and are able to do everything required at earlier grades and are able to: In the context of U.S. History through 1877, world history through the Middle Ages, and in contempory world geography, at the end of grade 8 , students know and are able to do everything required at earlier grades and are able to: In the context of U.S. History from 1877 to modern times, world history from the Renaissance to modern times and government, at the end of grade 12 , students know and are able to do everything required at earlier grades and: identify the characteristics and purposes of maps, globes, and other

    16. Macmillan/McGraw-Hill: Social Studies 2003
    maryland. Capital Annapolis. Major cities Baltimore, Frederick, Gaitersburg.Location MidAtlantic. Nickname Old Line state. Admitted to the Union 1788.

    17. Evaluating Welfare Reform: Future Evaluations
    Unlike broad national or state studies, these studies focus on in the safety net in the cities studied and 1997 by the University of maryland, College Park
    Publications: Evaluating Welfare Reform
    Future Evaluations The major forthcoming evaluations will assess the new welfare regime created by the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program, which replaced AFDC in 1996. Although states can continue to operate their welfare programs as they have in the past, most observers expect to see fundamental changes. Already, a number of large-scale evaluations have been launched. National or Multi-State Evaluations The passage of TANF almost immediately gave rise to research studies proposing to track changes in state welfare systems and estimate their effects on both state welfare agencies and the poor. The studies will employ various sources of data, including existing national surveys, newly established ones, and administrative data sets. The Census Bureau Survey , mandated by the new federal welfare law, is likely to be the most significant source of national data on welfare reform. The law includes $10 million a year for the Bureau to expand its data collection through the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP). This new "Survey of Program Dynamics" will be built on the data collected in the 1992 and 1993 SIPP panels, thus extending data collection for these cohorts through 2001. This will provide ten years of longitudinal data on income, patterns of welfare receipt, and the condition of children. Because the panels began three or four years before the enactment of the welfare reform bill, researchers will be able to assess the impact of the bill by comparing this extensive baseline data with data collected after the bill takes effect.

    18. Mina Rees Library - Urban Studies
    of maryland, Baltimore County, and US Geological Survey). cities (1995 to present,Science Direct; CUNY users history of northeastern Ohio; Cleveland state Univ
    Urban Studies See also Economics Government Resources History New York City Resources ... American Housing Survey (U.S. Census Bureau) Baltimore-Washington Urbanization (Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County, and U.S. Geological Survey) Center for an Urban Future (New York think tank) Center for Livable Communities Centre for Developing Cities (Univ. of Canberra) Cities (1995 to present, Science Direct; CUNY users only) City Journal (urban issues; Manhattan Institute) City Limits: New York's Urban Affairs News Magazine City Population (statistics about and maps of major international urban areas; in English and German) Cleveland Digital Library (texts, maps, and images about history of northeastern Ohio; Cleveland State Univ. Library) Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities Congress for the New Urbanism County and City Data Books (U.S. Census Bureau) CUNY GC Center for Urban Research Encyclopedia of Cleveland History ("first complete urban encyclopedia to appear on the WWW"; Case Western Reserve Univ. and Western Reserve Historical Society) Great Cities Institute (Univ. of Illinois at Chicago)

    19. CEE - Government Purchasing Case Studies
    state and Local Government Purchasing main page cities. Portland report.Montgomery County, maryland Summary Final case study report.
    State and Local Government Purchasing Initiative
    Case studies
    Home Contact About CEE
    ... Schools
    CEE has conducted pilot studies at 14 sites across the country. These sites include a cross section of cities, counties, states and schools. The purpose of the research was to identify opportunities to incorporate energy efficiency into purchasing practices and determine what resources are necessary to promote and assist change. Each of the case study reports can be accessed below. The Summary Report provides an overview of CEE's Pilot Project research process and findings. CITIES
    Portland, Oregon

    Final case study report
    San Antonio, Texas

    Final case study report
    San Francisco, California

    Final case study report
    St. Paul, Minnesota
    Final case study report
    Back to top COUNTIES Bexar County, Texas Summary Final case study report Hennepin County, Minnesota Final case study report Montgomery County, Maryland Summary Final case study report Ramsey County, Minnesota Summary Final case study report Back to top STATES Idaho Summary Final case study report Massachusetts Final case study report Tennessee Summary Final case study report Back to top SCHOOLS Harlandale Independent School District, Texas

    20. 1.4 Reports And Studies - Cyber-state
    president of the University of maryland and chairman a municipal organization consistingof 1,800 cities and towns state and Federal EGovernment in the United


    IT Organizations



    Reports and Studies
    Cyber-state Community Building Reports
    In its third year, cyber-state looks at MichiganÂ’s local governments, whose online or not. Cyber-state Community Related Reports
    Information Technology in Michigan: Home and Business Use
    Findings from 2002 cyber-state Survey, November 2002. Prepared for by Public Sector Consultants. ../12_0/mi_it_report2002.pdf (Opens in New Window) Information Technology in Michigan Findings from the 2001 Cyber-state Survey, May 2001. Prepared for by Public Sector Consultants. Read More ... (Opens in New Window) Michigan Reports: Michigan State Technology Plan, 2000: Technology planning is federally mandated for local school agencies seeking technology funding from federal programs, including the Universal Service Fund (E-Rate) and Technology Literacy Challenge Fund grants. As a result, technology plans must meet federally established criteria and be approved by the state. In addition, the State Technology Plan (1998) and 2000 Update has specific recommendations relating to planning and implementation that need to be accomplished.

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