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Rightmyer, Nelson Waite. "The Character of the Anglican Clergy in Colonial Maryland." Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 19 (June 1950): 112-32.
Rightmyer, Nelson W. "The Episcopate of Bishop Kemp of Maryland." Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 28 (March 1959): 66-84.
Rightmyer, Nelson Waite. "The Church in a Border State--Maryland." Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 17 (December 1948): 411-21.
Nelson, Richard T. Index to the Enterprise Obituaries (1970-2014). Leonardtown, MD: St. Mary's County Historical Society, 2015.
Nelson, Robin. "Television Cities: Paris, London, Baltimore." Critical Studies in Television, 14 (June 2019): 279-81.
Smith, Neil. American Empire: Roosevelt's Geographer and the Prelude to Globalization. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2003.
Neely, Paula. "Uncovering the Chesapeake's Deep Past." American Archaeology, 16 (Spring 2012): 38-44.
Oldham, Ned. "I am the Bird." Baltimore, 94 (December 2001): 118-23, 213.
Oldham, Ned. "Kid Rock." Baltimore, 100 (January 2007): 92-95.
Tillman, Ned. The Chesapeake Watershed: a sense of place and a call to action. Baltimore: Chesapeake Book Company, 2009.
Nayak, Roshan. Implementation of good agricultural practices food safety standards on Mid-Atlantic states and New York produce farms. Ph.D. diss., Pennsylvania State University, 2016.
Naumann, Timothy. "Enoch Pratt and His Gift to Baltimore." Maryland 19 (Winter 1986): 40-44.
Naughton, Patrick W. "The Battles of Monocacy, Fort Stevens, and the Meaning of Victory." Journal of America's Military Past, 44 (Winter 2019): 5-27.
Savage, Wilbert Nathan. "River of Many Moods - The Youghiogheny." Maryland Conservationist, 52 (March/April 1976): 14-19.
Samoriski, Nathan. "Message in a Bottle." Chesapeake Log, (Spring/Summer 2019): 18-19.
Shivers, Natalie W. Those Old Placid Rows: The Aesthetic and Development of the Baltimore Rowhouse. Baltimore: Maclay & Associates, 1981.
Annotation / Notes: Superseded to some extent by Mary Ellen Hayward's and Charles Belfoure's more extensive treatment of the same subject, Shivers's book remains a valuable first study and contains fine plans, photographs, and illustrations.
Wills, Natalie. "The Greatest Fan." Isle of Kent, (Fall 2006): 4-5.
Wexler, Natalie. "'What Manner of Woman Our Female Editor May Be': Eliza Crawford Anderson and the Baltimore Observer, 1806-1807." Maryland Historical Magazine, 105 (Summer 2010): 100-31.
Schilling, Natalie. "Smith Island English: Past, Present, and Future-and what does it tell us about the regional, temporal, and social patterning of language variation and change?" American Speech, 92 (May 2017): 176-203.
Nash, Ogden. Loving Letters from Ogden Nash: A Family Album. Boston: Little, Brown, 1990.
Nappier, Sharon Pate. Bioaccumulation, Retention, and Depuration of Enteric Pathogens by Crassostrea ariakensis and Crassostrea virginica oysters. Ph.D. diss., Johns Hopkins University, 2008.
Shelton, Napier. Potomac Pathway: a nature guide to the C & O Canal. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Books, 2011.
Wake, Naoko. "'The Full Story by No Means All Told': Harry Stack Sullivan atSheppard-Pratt, 1922-1930." History of Psychology, 9 (November 2006): 325-58.
Wake, Naoko. "Homosexuality and Psychoanalysis Meet at a Mental Hospital: An Early Institutional History." Journal of the History of Medicine and Allies Sciences, 74 (January 2019): 34-56.
Noyes, Nancy. "Murray Hill." Annapolitan 4 (September 1990): 42-45, 108-9.