Nabb Research Center- Explore the history and culture of the Delmarva Peninsula

 

EDWARD H. NABB RESEARCH CENTER
for DELMARVA HISTORY and CULTURE
at Salisbury University

 
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Salisbury, MD 21804
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Underground Railroad Collection (2009.077sm)

2 Folders
This collection contains assorted material pertaining to the Underground Railroad.

   

Unidentified Photo Collection (1987.036)sm

1 folder
This collection contains one photograph of an unidentified boy dating to approximately 1920.

   

U.S. Army Field Service Regulations Manual Collection (2009.184sm)

1 folder
This collection contains the 1914 U.S. Army Field Service Regulations Manual.

   

U.S. Gealogical Survey Magnetic Tapes (see in fireproof cabinet) (2009.233sm)

1 folder

   

United States and Maryland Pictorial Collection (2008.073)

This collection contains a pictorial history of the American Soldier, Abraham Lincoln and locations within Maryland. It also includes printed articles about locations in this area including Poplar Hill Mansion and the Nassawango Iron Furnace. An article on Beverly Farm House discusses how it almost became Napoleon Bonaparte's final resting place. Most notably is a published poem by prominent Eastern Shoreman, William B. Tilghman about his home in Snow Hill, Maryland.

   

Unity-Washington United Methodist Church Collection (2009.073sm)

1 Folder

This collection contains a booklet for the Bicentennial Anniversary Celebration of Unity-Washington United Methodist Church in Hurlock, MD.

   

 

 




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