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Carroll, Kenneth L. "Thomas Thurston, Renegade Maryland Quaker." Maryland Historical Magazine 62 (1967): 170-192.
Carter, Harvey L. "The Divergent Paths of Fr√©mont's 'Three Marshalls.'" New Mexico Historical Review 48 (1973): 5-25.
Carter, Samuel, III. The Riddle of Dr. Mudd. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1974.
Annotation / Notes: Dr. Samuel Mudd (1833-1883) of Charles County is inextricably connected with the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Convicted of aiding John Wilkes Booth by tending to his broken leg during his flight from Washington, Mudd served time at Fort Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas until his heroic efforts to save victims of a yellow fever epidemic helped earn an early release. Mudd's conduct and subsequent treatment in the aftermath of Lincoln's death has sparked a cottage industry of defenders and detractors.
Carter, Snowden. "Alfred G. Vanderbilt: Racing's Native Genius." Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred (December 1999): 20-21.
Carter, Snowden. "Cecil Minister Had to Pick Two for Execution in Civil War." Bulletin of the Historical Society of Cecil County 54 (May 1987): 1-3.
Chaney, William F. Duty Most Sublime: The Life of Robert E. Lee as Told Through the Carter Letters. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1996.
Charbeneau, Jim. Shouts and Whispers: Stories from the Southern Chesapeake Bay. White Stone, VA: Brandylane Publishers, 1997.
Chase, Henry V. "The Scott-Key Connection." Maryland Medical Journal 45 (October 1996): 859-60.
Cheesman, George. "Frederick County's Forgotten Glassmaker." Maryland 9 (Summer 1977): 27-31.
Annotation / Notes: John Frederick Amelung.
Chidester, Karen, and Elly Williamson. "Mister Creswell's Chairs." Bulletin of The Historical Society of Cecil County 79 (Autumn 1998): 8-10.
Chrismer, James E. "A Saga of the Civil War: William and Margaret Bissell." Harford Historical Bulletin 60 (Spring 1994): 51-94.
Chrismer, James E. "Christopher Gist Story 1706-1759." Glades Star 7 (September 1995): 585-87.
Cissel, Anne W. "Those Amazing Keys: Francis Scott and F. Scott Key Fitzgerald." Montgomery County Story 37 (August 1994): 297-308.
Clague, Cristin D. "The Calverts: Migration in History." Calvert Historian 13 (Fall 1998): 19-24.
Clark, Charles B. "Correction in the Article on Charles Alexander Warfield Commemorations, October 8, 1994." Legacy 38 (February 1995): 6.
Clark, James Samuel. "'They Wore the Grey': Carlton B. Kelton." Calvert Historian 4 (Spring 1989): 1-4.
Clark, James Samuel. "They Wore the Grey: Richard Covington Mackall." Calvert Historian 4 (Fall 1989): 3-6.
Clark, Margaret. "Before Meade Village: The Charles Clark Farm." Anne Arundel County History Notes 26 (April 1995): 20.
Clarke, Jennifer Jaye. "My Great Grandfather: A 'Quintessential' Marylander." Journal of the Alleghenies 31 (1995): 85-88.
Clarkson, Paul S., and R. Samuel Jett. Luther Martin of Maryland. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1970.
Annotation / Notes: The life of Luther Martin (1748-1826) reminds us that not all patriots of the revolutionary generation were on the winning side of each issue. Martin was a talented lawyer elected to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. During the deliberations, he found that he could not support the concept of a strong central government as crafted by his fellow delegates. He was a leader in Maryland's unsuccessful anti-federalist opposition to ratification. Later, Martin was noteworthy as one of Aaron Burr's chief defenders during the former Vice President's treason trial.
Clawson, Frank D. "Thomas Kennedy--Hagerstown's 'Thomas Jefferson.'" Cracker Barrel 17 (July 1987): 11.
Cleary, Adelaide Rogers. "John Hanson, Patriot." Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine 108 (October 1974): 800-2.
Clem, Richard E. "Washington County Has an Unsung Confederate Hero!" Cracker Barrel 19 (January 1990): 12-14.
Annotation / Notes: Major James Breathed.
Clemens, Augustus. Baltimore Town, 1830-1850: Reminiscences. [Towson, MD?]: Matilda C. Lacey, 1991.
Clemens, Thomas G., ed. "The 'Diary' of John H. Stone, First Lieutenant, Company B, 2d Maryland Infantry, C. S. A." Maryland Historical Magazine 85 (Summer 1990): 109-43.