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Custer, Jay F., Andrea Anderson, and Nedda Moqtaderi. "'Halcyon Days' on the Eastern Shore of Maryland: Current Research at 'My Lord's Gift' (18QU30), the 17th and 18th Century Home of Henry Coursey and His Family." Maryland Archeology, 52 (March-September 2019): 1-8.
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Bruwelheide, Karin S., Douglas W. Owsley, Kathryn G. Barca, Christine A.M. France, Nicole C. Little, and Elizabeth Anderson Comer. "Restoring Identity to People and Place: Reanalysis of Human Skeletal Remains from a Cemetery at Catoctin Furnace, Maryland." Historical Archaeology, 54 (March 2020): 110-37.
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