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Alvarez, Beth. "Caroline Cramphin and her Children—the Little Known Descendants of George Calvert." Riversdale, 35 (Fall 2018): 5-7.
Bailey, Megan May. "Landscapes of Tension: Exploring Nervousness and Anxiety on a Maryland Plantation." Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland, College Park, 2018.
Categories: African American
Bernier, Celeste-Marie and Andrew Taylor. If I Survive: Frederick Douglass and Family in the Walter O. Evans Collection. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018.
Blight, David W. Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2018.
Bowman, Lynn. Everyone Counts: A History of African American Enslavement in Allegany County, Maryland. Frostburg, MD: The Author, 2018.
Brock, Jared A. The Road to Dawn: Josiah Henson and the Story that Sparked the Civil War. New York, NY : PublicAffairs, Hachette Book Group, [2018].
Callcott, Margaret L. "George Calvert's 'Other Family'." Riversdale, 35 (Spring 2018): 7-8.
Calvert Library. Inspiring African American Men of Calvert County. [Prince Frederick, MD?]: Friends of Calvert Library, 2018.
Collier, Linda. "Black History on Kent Island." Isle of Kent, (Spring 2018): 3.
Dilbeck, D.H. Frederick Douglass: America's Prophet. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2018.
Fessenden, Tracy. Religion around Billie Holiday. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2018.
Gallon, Kim. "'No Tears for Alden': Black Female Impersonators as 'Outsiders Within' in the Baltimore Afro-American." Journal of the History of Sexuality, 27 (September 2018): 367-94.
Categories: African American, Women
Jacobsen, Phoebe R. and the Maryland State Archives. Researching African American Families at the Maryland State Archives. revised edition. Annapolis: Maryland State Archives, 2018.
Leone, Mark, Elizabeth Pruitt, and Benjamin A. Skolnik, et al. "The Archaeology of Early African American Communities in Talbot County, Eastern Shore, Maryland, USA, and Their Relationship to Slavery." Historical Archaeology, 52 (December 2018): 753-72.
Levine, Robert S. "Frederick Douglass Once Turned to Fiction to Describe What He Considered True Heroism." Humanities, 39 (Spring 2018): 5.
Marshall, Kathy Lynne. Finding Otho: The Search for Our Enslaved Williams Ancestors. Elk Grove, CA: Kanika Art and Books Publishing, 2018.
Milfeld, Becca. "Going Underground." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 48 (October 2018): 72-74, 76-78, 80.
Categories: African American
Morris, Linda G. Cherry Hill: Raising Successful Black Children in Jim Crow Baltimore. Palisades, NY: History Publishing Company, 2018.
Perry, Tony Curtis, Jr. "'To Go to Nature's Manufactory': The Material Ecology of Slavery in Antebellum Maryland." Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland, College Park, 2018.
Preston, Dickson J. Young Frederick Douglass: The Maryland Years. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018.
Robinson, Shantá. "A Crusader and an Advocate: The Black Press, the Scopes Trial, and Educational Progress." Journal of Negro Education, 87 (Winter 2018): 22-32.
Ryan, Leigh. "Emily Saunders Plummer: Her Life in Slavery and Freedom." Then & Now, 47 (April-June 2018): 7-8.
Categories: African American, Women
Ryan, Leigh. "Emily Saunders Plummer, Once Enslaved in Prince George's County, to be Honored by the Maryland Women's Hall of Fame 2018." Then & Now, 47 (January-March 2018): 8-9.
Thomas, William G., III. "'They Brought Me Away': The Ordeal of Ann Williams and Her Suit for Freedom." Then & Now, 47 (October-December 2018): 7-9.
Thomas, William G., III. "Towson University Faculty Produce Film on Jim Crow-Era Baltimore." Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (Online), (March 7, 2018): n.p.