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Zumbrun, Champ. "A Cottage in the Wilderness: Gus's Mountain Paradise." Glades Star, 13 (June 2017): 459-65.
Zumbrun, Champ. "Antimalarial Medicinal Plants that Shaped History on the American Frontier during the 18th and 19th Centuries." Journal of the Alleghenies, 53 (2017): 29-38.
Zuker, Adolf E. "The History of the German Theatre in Baltimore." The Germanic Review 18 (1943): 122-35.
Zug, John. The Foundation, Progress, and Principles of the Washington Temperance Society of Baltimore, and the influence It Has Had on the Temperance Movements in the United States. Baltimore: J. D. Toy, 1842.
Zuehlke, Jeffrey. Michael Phelps. Minneapolis, MN: LernerSports, 2005.
Zucker, Kevin. "Falls and Stream Valleys: Frederick Law Olmsted and the Parks of Baltimore." Maryland Historical Magazine 90 (Spring 1995): 72-96.
Zuck, Victor. "Innovation and Restoration of the 3/14 Mighty Wurlitzer for the Maryland Theatre in Hagerstown." Theatre Organ 36 (May 1994): 6-13.
Zubritsky, John. Fighting Men: A Chronicle of Three Black Civil War Soldiers. Upland, PA: Diane Publishing Company, 1997.
Zuberi, Anita. "Feeling Safe in a Dangerous Place: Exploring the Neighborhood Safety Perceptions of Low-Income African American Youth." Journal of Adolescent Research, 33 (January 2018): 90-116.
Zseleczky, James Waters. "Anne Mynne of Hertingfordbury, Wife of George Calvert, First Lord Baltimore (1579-1622)." Chronicles of St. Mary's 22 (September 1974): 397-99.
Zook, Avery. "What Mean these Bricks? The Story of the Ringgold Meeting House." Brethren in Christ, 15 (April 1992): 18-48.
Categories: Religion
Zmora, Nurith. Orphanages in Baltimore at the Turn of the Century: A Comparative Study. Ph.D. diss., Johns Hopkins University, 1991.
Zmora, Nurith. Orphanages Reconsidered: Child Care Institutions in Progressive Era Baltimore. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1999.
Zmora, Nurith. "A Rediscovery of the Asylum: The Hebrew Orphan Asylum Through the Lives of Its First Fifty Orphans." American Jewish History 72 (March 1988): 452-75.
Annotation / Notes: Examining the early history of the Baltimore Hebrew Orphan Asylum, established in 1873 in west Baltimore, Zmora provides evidence to refute the interpretation that such institutions were characterized by detention and represented the breakdown of family ties. Her study draws upon a variety of records to provide a profile of the orphanage's early inmates and the families from which they came. Zmora contends that the profile indicates the special vulnerability of young widows and the difficulty of placing orphaned siblings in the same home, but argues for the relative success of the institution in reuniting children with members of their families.
Zlatich, Marko. "Additional Information on the Uniforms of the 1st Maryland Battalion of 1776." Military Collector and Historian, 62 (Summer 2010): 123-25.
Zissoff, Mary Jane. "Saint Apollonia Sees the Light of Day!" Stained Glass, 99 (Summer 2004): 88, 90, 92.
Zipp, Luke. "A Stoneware Surge: Baltimore's Craftsmen and The War of 1812." MdHS News, (Spring 2012): 20-21.
Zino, Rich, and Paul Laric, comps. Tales from Annapolis. Rockville Centre, NY: Omega Resources, 2000.
Zinkham, William H. "A Church Becomes a Home: St. Paul's Reformed Church, Union Bridge, Maryland (1885-1936)." Catoctin History, 8 (Fall/Winter 2006): 4-9.
Zink, Jobi. "Every Picture Tells a Story." Generations,, (2005-2006): 56-63.
Zink, Jobi. "Amateur Jewish Athletes, Then and Now." Generations, (2004): 82-93.
Zimmeth, Khristi S. "An 18th-Century Garden Unearthed." Early American Life 25 (June 1994): 30-32, 70-71.
Zimmerman, Tim. "The Wreck of the Levin J. Marvel." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 31 (August 2001): 58-63, 104.
Categories: Maritime
Zimmerman, Jonathan. "Dethroning King Alcohol: The Washingtonians in Baltimore, 1840-1845." Maryland Historical Magazine 87 (Winter 1992): 374-98.
Zimmerman, Dwight Jon. The Hammer and the Anvil: Frederick Douglass, Abraham, Lincoln, and the End of Slavery in America. New York: Hill and Wang, 2012.