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Hendrickson, M. "Did You Know? - Cowpens Avenue near Cromwell Bridge Road is Named after a Battle?" Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (February 2015): 7.
Horvath, George J., Jr. The Particular Assessment Lists for Baltimore and Carroll Counties, 1798. Reprint. Berwyn Heights, MD: Heritage Books, 2015.
Mann, Cynthia. "Did You Know? - The Village of Sparks had its Origins in a Mapping Discrepancy?" Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (February 2015): 7.
Ports, Michael A. Baltimore County, Maryland, Marriage Licenses: November 2, 1846 to November 29, 1851. Baltimore: Clearfield, 2015.
Ports, Michael A. Baltimore County, Maryland, Marriage Licenses: May 2, 1832 to September 14, 1839. Baltimore: Clearfield, 2015.
Ports, Michael A. Baltimore County, Maryland, Marriage Licenses: September 14, 1839 to October 31, 1846. Baltimore: Clearfield, 2015.
Ports, Michael A. St. Thomas Parish Deaths and Burials: Owings Mills, Maryland, 1728-1995. Reprint. Berwyn Heights, MD: Heritage Books, 2015.
Ports, Michael A. "Did You Know: that there is a part of our Baltimore water supply history hidden in Cromwell Park?" Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (August 2015): 7.
Hudson, Kathy, Allen Bush, and Roger Foley. On Walnut Hill: The Evolution of a Garden. Wilson, WY: Hillside Press, 2015.
Leggin, Sharon. "The Historic Baltimore County Almshouse: An Invitation." Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (October 2015): 4.
Skipper, Jodi. "African American Community History in Baltimore County: A Grassroots Public History Success Story Bus Tour." Public Historian, 38 (August 2016): 128-34.
Cornell, Evart, and Sally Riley. "The Gunpowder Copperworks House." Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (August-September 2016): 8.
Hendrickson, Martha. "The Henry Gwynn House or the Mason-Weiskittel House--a mystery solved." Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (June-July 2016): 4.
Routson, Pat. "Bella Vista: The Bonapartes' Mansion." Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (August-September 2016): 7.
Wolff, Robert S. "Hampton National Historic Site: Reinterpreting an Urban Plantation Bus Tour." Public Historian, 38 (August 2016): 134-39.
Wolff, Robert S. "Did You Know? - The Town of Glyndon was named by drawing a name out of a hat?" Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (February 2016): 7.
Riley, Sally. "Glencoe." Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (February 2016): 4.
Travers, Paul J. Patapsco: Baltimore's River of History. 2nd ed. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing in association with the Maryland Historical Society, 2016.
Ward, Albert. "Dumbarton Farm and Mansion (Rodgers Forge)." Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (April 2016): 4.
Hendrickson, Martha. "Un-harnessing the Patapsco River--Bloede Dam." Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (October-November 2016): 4, 7.
Maddox, E. Farrell, Jr. Building the Future: Baltimore County Public Schools. N.p.: Blurb, 2015.
Troy, Austin, Ashley Nunery, and J. Morgan Grove. "The Relationship between Residential Yard Management and Neighborhood Crime: An Analysis from Baltimore City and County." Landscape and Urban Planning, 147 (March 2016): 78-87.
Landry, Christophe. A creole melting pot: the politics of language, race and identity insouthwest Louisiana, 1918-45. Ph.D. diss., University of Sussex (United Kingdom), 2016.
Mulvihill, Amy. "Living on the Edge." Baltimore, 110 (April 2017): 140-42, 144, 146.
Annotation / Notes: Owings Mills.
Hendrickson, Martha. "Lutherville Colored School #24." Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (May-June 2017): 4-5.