Maryland Family History Research Papers Fall 1977, MS. 2372

Maryland Historical Society
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Maryland Family History Research Papers, Fall 1977
Maryland Historical Society

 

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Maryland Family History Research Papers, Fall 1977
Maryland Historical Society

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Descriptive Summary

Maryland Family History Research Papers, Fall 1977

MS. 2372

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674


Scope and Contents

FAMILY HISTORY PAPERS SUBMITTED TO THE MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY, JUNE, 1978, BY LINDA SHOPES, INSTRUCTOR IN AMERICAN STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE COUNTY--

“The History of My Family, 1879--Present,” by Robert John Kuhn

Paternal history of the Kuhn-Athman families details employment, housing, and recreational activities in South Baltimore and then in Govans. Maternal history of the Slowikowski-S awicki families is of [UNK] Polish immigrants in East Baltimore.

“A Genealogical Record of the Hobbs/Harrison Families,” by Charles R. Harrison

Paternal history describes several generations of tenant farmers in Talbot County and the move to Baltimore City in the early twentieth century as industrialization took hold. Maternal history details life in rural Howard County, on land and among a family descended from one of the County's first land grantees. Good genealogy.

“One Hundred and Twenty Years of Life in Baltimore,” by Frank P. Seifert

Four generations of German-descended, working class life in South Baltimore. Excellent detail and genealogical documentation.

“Crossroads,” by Deborah Cross

Upward mobility and “family togetherness” over three generations. Notes employment and residential patterns and details family relationships.

“Hoffman-Poist,” by Diane Patricia Hoffman

Paternal history details three generations of upward mobility among a German-American, Baltimore based family. Maternal history documents marital difficulties. Particular attention paid to the changing role and status of women over the generations.

“Precious Memories,” by Charles A. Gold

Documents the experience of poor Southern rural blacks who migrate to Baltimore in the early 1950's.

“How I Became As I Am,” by Frederick M. Gibson

Documents the experience of poor Southern rural blacks who migrated to Baltimore in the early 1940's.

“Black, Proud, and Trying to Make It!!!; Foreman, Betton, Pitter, Harrison,” by Denise Nadine Betton

Paternal history is of a black Jamaican-American family. Maternal history describes three generations of poor Baltimore City blacks; especially rich on female family members and family networks.

“Now I Know,” by Elrita Erete Greene

Black family life in Southwest Baltimore.

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