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Aberdeen Proving Ground (MD) (Images of America)
Aberdeen Proving Ground (MD) (Images of America)
Situated in southeastern Harford County and edged by the Chesapeake Bay and the Bush and Gunpowder Rivers, the U.S. Army bases known as Aberdeen Proving Ground, Edgewood Arsenal, and Fort Hoyle have been home to ordnance, chemical, technology, and artillery commands. The photographs in this volume include scenes of the fertile farmlands of Aberdeen, Edgewood, and Michaelsville, and their transformation, which began in 1917, into the military base known today as Aberdeen Proving Ground, or APG. Views of daily life on base include the “Toonerville” Trolley, a small-scale train that shuttled commuting personnel between the main gate and the buildings on post. The images document changes in the ways wars have been fought and changes in society as a result of war. Brave officers voluntarily tested the effects of mustard agent and other chemical weapons on protective clothing and gas masks. Local women sewed gas masks for troops and civilians. Women moved into key jobs on base during World War II, manufacturing and maintaining tanks and weapons systems as the need for great numbers of troops depleted the workforce of civilian males. APG scientists led the way into the computer age when they developed ENIAC, the first electronic digital computer.

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Aberdeen Proving Ground Museum 1919-1960: Historical Monograph
Aberdeen Proving Ground Museum 1919-1960: Historical Monograph
Merriam Press Military Reprint 3. Second Edition (June 2012). Facsimile reprint of 1960 monograph detailing the history of the Aberdeen Proving Ground Museum, now known as the U.S. Army Ordnance Museum, from the end of World War I, to World War II, and through the 1950s. Contents: Introduction; Origin and Growth to 1940; The War Years 1941-1945; Post War Activity 1946-1950; The Korean War 1950-1953; Activities Following the Korean War Through 1960; Conclusion; Glossary; Appendix: Staff Study—Operation of Ordnance Museum at APG; 75 photos; 2 plans.

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Aberdeen Proving Ground
Aberdeen Proving Ground
Situated in southeastern Harford County and edged by the Chesapeake Bay and the Bush and Gunpowder Rivers, the U.S. Army bases known as Aberdeen Proving Ground, Edgewood Arsenal, and Fort Hoyle have been home to ordnance, chemical, technology, and artillery commands. The photographs in this volume include scenes of the fertile farmlands of Aberdeen, Edgewood, and Michaelsville, and their transformation, which began in 1917, into the military base known today as Aberdeen Proving Ground, or APG. Views of daily life on base include the "Toonerville" Trolley, a small-scale train that shuttled commuting personnel between the main gate and the buildings on post. The images document changes in the ways wars have been fought and changes in society as a result of war. Brave officers voluntarily tested the effects of mustard agent and other chemical weapons on protective clothing and gas masks. Local women sewed gas masks for troops and civilians. Women moved into key jobs on base during World War II, manufacturing and maintaining tanks and weapons systems as the need for great numbers of troops depleted the workforce of civilian males. APG scientists led the way into the computer age when they developed ENIAC, the first electronic digital computer.

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Maryland's Lower Susquehanna River Valley: Where the River Meets the Bay (American Chronicles)
Maryland's Lower Susquehanna River Valley: Where the River Meets the Bay (American Chronicles)
The Susquehannocks navigated its flats, Captain John Smith made camp on its islands and George Washington crossed its wide waters. The Susquehanna River Valley opens where the mighty Susquehanna meets the Chesapeake Bay, revealing a land of astonishing beauty and storied history. From John O’Neill’s valiant defense of Havre de Grace in the War of 1812 to the arrivals of the B&O Railroad, Aberdeen Proving Ground, and Conawingo Dam, the region has witnessed greatness and change in equal measure. David Berry takes his readers to a place where history lives alongside such beloved pastimes as sailing, fishing, decoy carving, and thoroughbred racing. With wit and a deft hand, Berry captures the essence of the Susquehanna River Valley’s charm.

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