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Pratt-Harris, Natasha C., et al. "Police-involved Homicide of Unarmed Black Males: Observations by Black Scholars in the Midst of the April 2015 Baltimore Uprising." Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 26 (April-June 2016): 377-89.
Diggins, Milt. Stealing Freedom along the Mason-Dixon Line: Thomas McCreary, the notorious slave catcher from Maryland. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society Press, 2015.
Olesker, Michael. Journeys to the Heart of Baltimore. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015.
Maddox, E. Farrell, Jr. Building the Future: Baltimore County Public Schools. N.p.: Blurb, 2015.
Ackermann, Daniel Curt. "'All Kinds of Furniture...in the neatest, Cheapest, and newestMode': The Colonial Furniture of Annapolis, Maryland." Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts, 36 (2015): 409-80.
Dempsey, Jack, and Brian James Egen. Michigan at Antietam: The Wolverine State's Sacrifice on America's Bloodiest Day. Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2015.
Alford, Terry. Fortune's Fool: The Life of John Wilkes Booth. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.
Himmelheber, Peter. "Southfield Farm, St. Mary's County, MD." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Fall 2015): 25-27.
Hennessey, James J. "E.P. Alexander and an Incident of Gettysburg." Military Collector & Historian, 67 (Fall 2015): 268-70.
Elnicki, Susan, and Bill Wade. Chesapeake Oyster Lovers' Handbook. Washington, DC: The Authors, 2015.
Gough, Al, Jr., and J. Harry Norris, III. "33. 'Lefty Grove Could Throw a Lamb Chop Past a Wolf'." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Spring 2015): 24-33.
Greenwell, Hope. "The Three R's: Reflections, Recollections and Reminiscences." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Spring 2015): 34-36.
Crosby, Joanna. "The 2015 Baltimore Protests: Human Capital and the War on Drugs." Foucault Studies, 24 (June 2018): 34-57.
Mitchell, Charles W. Travels through American History in the Mid-Atlantic. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014.
Bowman, Robert. Labor and Leisure in the Tropical Environment: Race, Class, and the Enjoyment of Nature. Ph.D. diss., Florida State University, 2014.
Brock, Terry Peterkin. 'All of us would walk together': The Transition from Slavery to Freedom at St. Mary's City, Maryland. Ph.D. diss., Michigan State University, 2014.
Douglass, Frederick. My Bondage and My Freedom. With introduction and notes by David W. Blight. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014.
Ellis, Cristin. "Amoral Abolitionism: Frederick Douglass and the Environmental Case against Slavery." American Literature, 86 (June 2014): 275-303.
Grandpre, Lawrence, and Dayvon Love. The Black Book: Reflections from the Baltimore Grassroots. Baltimore: Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, 2014.
Grandpre, Lawrence, and Dayvon Love. "Johns Hopkins Study Finds That the American Dream is Largely a Myth." Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (online), June 9, 2014.
Levine, Robert S. "Frederick Douglass and Thomas Auld: Reconsidering the Reunion Narrative." Journal of African American History, 99 (Winter-Spring 2014): 34-45.
McCauley, Michael. Justice Rolls Down: The St. Joseph's Parish Housing Project. [Leonardtown, MD?]: St. Mary's Department of Land Use and Growth Management, 2014.
McKivigan, John R. "Stalwart Douglass: Life and Times as Political Manifesto." Journal of African American History, 99 (Winter-Spring 2014): 46-55.
Moses, Wilson J. "'The Ever-Present Now': Frederick Douglass's Pragmatic Constitutionalism." Journal of African American History, 99 (Winter-Spring 2014): 71-88.
Myers, Peter C. "Seed-Time and Harvest-Time: Natural Law and Rational Hopefulness in Frederick Douglass's Life and Times." Journal of African American History, 99 (Winter-Spring 2014): 56-70.