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Salay, David L. "'Very Picturesque, but Regarded as Nearly Useless': Fort Washington, Maryland, 1816-1872." Maryland Historical Magazine 81 (Spring 1986): 67-86.
Sandler, Gilbert. "Charles Center, Lexington Street and Memory Lane." Baltimore 69 (July 1976): 21-23.
Sargeant, Jeanne B. "The Enduring Rows of Rodgers Forge." Baltimore 68 (July 1975): 28-32.
Sargent, Marguerite Ridgely. "Sunshine." Legacy 19 (Summer 1999): 1, 4.
Sarson, Steven James. Wealth, Poverty and Labor in the Tobacco Plantation South: Prince George's County, Maryland, in the Early National Era. Ph.D. diss., Johns Hopkins University, 1998.
Sayles, Tim. "The Immutable Smith Island." Mid-Atlantic Country 10 (February 1989): 28-33, 90.
Scharf, John Thomas. The Chronicles of Baltimore. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 1989 .
Scharf, John Thomas. History of Baltimore City and County from the Earliest Period to the Present Day. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1881; reprint, Baltimore: Regional Publishing Co., 1971.
Annotation / Notes: One of Maryland's earliest local histories. A multi-faceted approach, with much useful genealogical material, special emphasis is given to the traditional leaders of the community.
Scharf, John Thomas. History of Western Maryland: Being a History of Frederick. Montgomery, Carroll, Washington, Allegany, and Garrett Counties. 2 vols. Philadelphia: L.H. Everts, 1882.
Annotation / Notes: The earliest Western Maryland history. A broad range of subjects are dealt with. A traditional history emphasizing the role of the white governing class.
Schatz, Stephen. "Glen Burnie and the Ritchie Highway Dilemma." Anne Arundel County History Notes 15 (October 1983): [3-4].
Schildknecht, Calvin E. "Fredericktown in 1782 from the Diary of a German Prisoner." Historical Society of Frederick County, Inc., Newsletter (November 1990): 4-5.
Schildt, John W. "Custer Rested and Dined in Smithsburg on Sunday, July 5, 1863." Cracker Barrel 18 (August 1988): 9.
Schildt, John W. "State Monument Dedicated May 30, 1900." Maryland Cracker Barrel 19 (June 1989): 8-9.
Schlosnagle, Stephen, and the Garrett County Bicentennial Committee. Garrett County: A History of Maryland's Tableland. Parsons, WV: McClain Printing Co., 1978.
Schoch, Mildred C., comp. The Endeavours & Exertions of Queen Anne's County, Maryland During the Revolutionary War 1775-1783. N.p.: [Queen Anne's County Bicentennial Commission, 1976].
Schultz, Edward Thomas. First Settlements of Germans in Maryland. 1896; reprint, Miami: R. T. Gross, 1976.
Schwartz, Lee, Albert Feldstein, and Joan H. Baldwin. Allegany County: A Pictorial History. Virginia Beach: Donning Co., 1980.
Scott, John F. R. "The Mystery of the Gray Goose or Whodunit in Glen Burnie?" Anne Arundel County History Notes 21 (July 1990): 6.
Sechrist, Stephanie. Silver Spring, Maryland: Residential Development of a Washington Suburb, 1920 to 1955. M.A. Thesis, George Washington University, 1994.
Annotation / Notes: Many suburban communities had origins in streetcar or railroad growth. Silver Spring, however, was a community whose growth was determined by the automobile. Sechrist identifies three development stages. Also, as a suburb of the District of Columbia, Silver Spring grew during periods of strife for other communities, i.e. during the Depression and World War II.
Semmes, Raphael. Baltimore as Seen by Visitors, 1783-1860. Studies in Maryland History, no. 2, Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1953.
Shaffer, Robert C. History of Crellin, Maryland: Story of a Double Boom Town. [Crellin, MD]: Published by the author, 1976.
Shank, Christopher. "Wings Over Hagerstown: Experiencing the Second World War in Western Maryland." Maryland Historical Magazine 88 (Winter 1993): 444-61.
Annotation / Notes: During World War II the growth of the Fairchild Aircraft Corporation in Hagerstown had a social and economic impact on the community. However, for a variety of reasons the city was not radically changed by this growth. The community was not greatly disrupted. In part, this was because the workers employed by the Corporation were local. There was no large influx of immigrant workers, thus the community did not have to change to meet their needs. Mention is also made of Triumph Industries activities in Elkton.
Shank, Ellsworth B. "Origin of the Street Names of Havre de Grace." Harford Historical Bulletin (Spring 1985): 27-32.
Sharrer, G. Terry. "Mobtown Chic: Fells Point in Vogue." Maryland 22 (Autumn 1989): 28-37.
Shaw, Diane. "Building an Urban Identity: The Clustered Spires of Frederick, Maryland." In Gender, Class, and Shelter. Edited by Elizabeth Collins Cromley and Carter L. Hudgins, 55-69. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1995, 55-69.