A Journey Through Berkley, Maryland A Tapestry of Black and White Lives Woven Together Over 200 Years at a Rural Crossroads

By: Beims, Constance R.; Tolbert, Christine P.

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Near Fine; Hardcover; 4to 11" - 13" tall; SIGNED by author Christine Tolbert, with personalized inscription on title page. 173 pp. bound in glossy pictorial cover; illustrated with black & white photos. Firmly bound book; clean and bright. Front cover shows light shelf rubbing. Crisp pages. No other markings. History of the community of Berkley on the Susquehanna River in Harford County, Maryland, a rural village once an integral stop on the Underground Railroad, home to many free blacks whose descendants still reside there. ; Signed by One Author

Title: A Journey Through Berkley, Maryland A Tapestry of Black and White Lives Woven Together Over 200 Years at a Rural Crossroads

Author Name: Beims, Constance R.; Tolbert, Christine P.

Categories: Americana: Connecticut,

Edition: Second Printing

Publisher: Gateway Press: 2005

ISBN Number: 0974122602

ISBN Number 13: 9780974122601

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 30625

Keywords: Berkley Maryland African American History Harford County Darlington Maryland Conowingo Lake Underground Railroad,