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Parno, Travis. "Report from the Field: The Leonard Calvert House." A Briefe Relation, 39 (Winter 2019): 6-7.
Hall, Christopher. Abandoned Baltimore: Northside. America Through Time series. Charlestown, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2019.
Himmelheber, Peter. "From St. Barnards to a Plumbing Malfunction." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Fall 2019): 22-25.
Tagliareni, Rusty and Christina Mathews. Abandoned Asylums of the Northeast. America Through Time series. Mt. Pleasant, SC: Arcadia Pub., 2019.
Tagliareni, Rusty and Christina Mathews. "Upper Marlboro Schools Site Status." Then & Now, 48 (October-December 2019): 5.
Vasko, Cindy. Abandoned Maryland: Lost Legacies. America Through Time series. Charlestown, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2019.
Adelhardt, Pat Higgins. Far from the Tree: A Memoir. N.p.: Inlet Shade Publishing, 2019.
Alvarez, Rafael. "Going to See the World." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 49 (September 2019): 22-25.
Alvarez, Rafael. "The Men Behind the Horse." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 49 (October 2019): 36, 38, 40.
Alvarez, Rafael. "Natural Resource." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 49 (March 2019): 60-69.
Annotation / Notes: Tom Horton.
Alvarez, Rafael. "Tilghman to the Stars." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 48 (March 2019): 38-44, 46.
Annotation / Notes: Ken Reightler.
Alvarez, Rafael, Scott Burkholder, and Patty Blum. Somewhere: The Story of Irv, Lois, and a World at War. [Baltimore?]: Mt. Royal Printing and Communications, 2019.
Delaplaine, George B., Jr. Read All About It! My Life, Times & Travels. With Matthew M. Robb. Frederick, MD: Delaplaine Foundation, 2019.
DiVenti, Tom. The Baltimore Kid: Collected Texts. Brooklyn, NY: Hekate Publishing, 2019.
Fairgrieve, Jean Elizabeth. "After the Goodbyes." Journal of the Alleghenies, 60 (2019): 55-71.
Fatkin, Franklin L., Jr. "Phillip O'Rourke: The Wealthy Coal Miner from Vale Summit, Maryland." Journal of the Alleghenies, 60 (2019): 86-92.
Fatkin, Franklin L., Jr. "The Heritage of George and Rosalie Calvert." Riversdale, 46 (Summer 2019): 5-8.
Hiaasen, Rob. Love Punch & Other Collected Columns. Compiled by Maria Hiaasen. Baltimore: Apprentice House Press, 2019.
Himmelheber, Peter. "James Scofield, Dry Goods and Grocer from turnips to tornados etc." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Spring 2019): 7-9.
Kuebler, Brian. The Long Blink: The True Story of Trauma, Forgiveness, and One Man's Fight for Safer Roads. Lake Jackson, TX: Behler Publications, LLC, 2019.
Maryland Writers' Association. 30 Ways to Love Maryland: 2019 Anthology. Annapolis, MD: MWA Books, 2019.
McGhee, Daniel. Chasing a Flawed Sun. N.p.: Phoenix Rising Publishing, 2019.
Miller, Bonnie Fairgrieve, Jean Elizabeth Fairgrieve, and Mitchell Vern Wayman. "Remembering Three Cousins Who Fought in World War I and Other Local Soldiers Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice." Journal of the Alleghenies, 60 (2019): 39-54.
Ogden, Patricia, and Boyce Rensberger. German Immigrants, American Pioneers: The Brunners of Schifferstadt. Boston: Blue Mustang Press, 2019.
Ogden, Patricia, and Boyce Rensberger. "Private John Farrady, Jr. and Private Hugh Farrady." Journal of the Alleghenies, 60 (2019): 80-81.
Reno, Linda. "Reverend Benedict Joseph Fenwick." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Winter 2019): 32.
Richardson, Sarah. "Too Slick for His Own Good." American History, 53 (February 2019): 24-25.
Annotation / Notes: John Wilkes Booth.
Sliker, Maggie Johnson. "Our Deep Roots in Maryland." Then & Now, 48 (July-September 2019): 5.
Smith, Leighton W. "'The Defining Moment in My Life'." Naval History, 33 (February 2019): 4.
Blouse, Ann Royston. "Texas Village." Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (September 2019): 3.
Blouse, Ann Royston and Cynthia Schäfer Mann. What Lies Beneath: The Farms, Mills, and Towns under Our Reservoirs. Cockeysville, MD: Historical Society of Baltimore County, 2019.
Bowling, Garth E., Jr. Gateway to the Confederacy: Charles County, Maryland. [N.p.?]: [Published by author?], 2019.
Craig, Robert M. Maryland's Ocean City Beach Patrol. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2019.
Fracchia, Adam. "Ruins, Resources, and Archaeology: Valuing People and Spaces in Baltimore." Historical Archaeology, 53 (December 2019): 516-34.
Himmelheber, Peter. "Sister's Gate." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Summer 2019): 29-32.
Hollander, Justin, Michael Johnson, and Rachel Bogardus Drew, et al. "Changing urban form in a shrinking city." Environment and Planning B-Urban Analytics and City Science, 46 (June 2019): 963-91.
Kocurek, Carly A. "Baltimore '68: Riots and Rebirth." American Quarterly, 71 (March 2019): 295-300.
Lanahan, Lawrence. The Lines Between Us: two families and a quest to cross Baltimore's racial divide. New York: New Press, 2019.
McMillion, Betsy A., and Edward F. Johnson. Patapsco Valley State Park. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2019.
Osherow, Jacqueline. "Views of Ideal Cities: Urbino, Baltimore, Berlin." Antioch Review, 77 (Fall 2019): 748-57.
Ryan, Mary P. Taking the Land to Make the City: A Bicoastal History of North America. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2019.
Shagena, Jack L., Jr. and Henry C. Peden, Jr. Port Deposit: River Town in the Shadow of a Cliff. Bel Air, MD: Published by the authors, 2019.
Theodos, Brett. "An Examination of the Long-Term Impacts of Three Comprehensive Community Initiatives." Ph.D. diss., George Washington University, 2019.
Welles, Judith. Potomac. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2019.
Wilson, D.J. Baltimore's Historic Oakenshawe: From Colonial Land Grant to Streetcar Suburb. Charleston, SC: History Press, 2019.
Barry, Bill. "All We Do Is Talk Steel": Oral Histories of Sparrows Point. [Baltimore?]: N.p., 2019.
Conley, John L. "Postcard from Kent Island: Farewell Hotel Fillmore: Last Link to Love Point Glory Years." Isle of Kent, (Winter 2019): 3-4.
Himmelheber, Peter. "The 'Head Of The Bay' Mill." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Spring 2019): 24-29.
Himmelheber, Peter. "Viett's Oyster Saloon." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Summer 2019): 21-22.
Killenbeck, Mark R. "All Banks in Like Manner Taxed? Maryland and the Second Bank of the United States." Journal of Supreme Court History, 44 (March 2019): 7-25.