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Richardson, Sarah. "Tubman Time." American History, 52 (June 2017): 6.
Richardson, Sarah. "Taking Down Taney?" American History, 52 (August 2017): 7.
Richardson, Sarah. "Too Slick for His Own Good." American History, 53 (February 2019): 24-25.
Annotation / Notes: John Wilkes Booth.
Richardson, Sarah. "Water Work." American History, 53 (February 2019): 10.
Shryock, Richard. "British Versus German Traditions in Colonial Agriculture." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 26 (1939): 39-54.
Ross, Thomas Richard. Henry Gassaway Davis: An Old-Fashioned Biography. Elkins, WV: Published by the author, 1994.
Shaw, Richard. John Dubois, Founding Father: The Life and Times of the Founder of Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg. Emmitsburg, MD: Mount St. Mary's College, 1983.
Wilcke, Richard W. "Sportscaster George Michael makes mark with paint horses." Maryland Horse 61 (February/March 1995): 10-14.
Wilcke, Richard W. "Jack Mobberley dies at age 66." Maryland Horse 61 (April/May 1995): 33.
Swanson, Wayne Richard. The Politics of Constitutional Revision: The Maryland Constitutional Convention, 1967-1968. Ph.D. diss., Brown University, 1969.
Annotation / Notes: The research for this political science dissertation was undertaken immediately after the failure of the effort to re-write the state constitution in 1967. Based upon interviews with 89% of the 142 delegates to the convention, the author examines why reform failed. He found that the draft constitution was written by non-partisan reformers, who wanted to modernize government, but who were out of touch with the voters and whose reforms were opposed by the political establishment. The reformers had come to power only because the election of 1966, the first after the impact of the Supreme Court's Baker v. Carr decision, resulted in an 80% turn-over in the state legislature. A coalition of rural voters, Baltimore area suburbanites, and middle class white residents of Baltimore City defeated the new constitution in 1968 for being too far out of step with the mainstream of Maryland's political thought. Although it was not covered in this book, many of the individual reforms advocated in the failed constitution would be enacted in the ensuing years under the leadership of Governor Marvin Mandel.
Wilcke, Richard W. "Goldsmith crafts dazzling records with homebreds." Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred (March/April 1995): 62, 64.
Shoge, Richard. "First Methodist Church." Old Kent, 9 (Fall 1992): .
Wilcke, Richard W. "Maryland's Horse Industry: a billion-dollar treasure." Maryland Horse, 59 (April/May 1993): 22-27.
Uhrbrock, Richard S. "Francis Makemie (c. 1658-1708)." Colonial Genealogist, 8 (August 1976): 115-25.
Wilcke, Richard W. "Regional vet school earns high marks." Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, September/October 1995, pp. 18-21.
Wilcke, Richard W. "New initiatives take hold in the 1980s." Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred, (May 2004): 8-9.
Uhrbrock, Richard S. "Francis Makemie (1658-1708)." Colonial Genealogist, 8 (no. 4, 1978): 189-96.
Uhrbrock, Richard S. "Pilchers (Pilchards) and Reddens of Delmarva." Virginia Genealogist, 18 (July-September 1974): 187-95.
Schmidt, Richard. Sixteen Maryland Families: A History and Genealogy of Sixtenn of the Maryland Families in the Direct Ancestry of the Compiler and Author, 1733-1980, in Maryland from the Early 1600's with Related Families in New Jersey, Connecticut, and Europe. Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc., 1981.
Richards, Sarah. "Chiseled: How Sebastian Martorana Mastered Marble." Maryland Life, 8 (June 2012): 72-73.
Scofield, Richard. "The Edna sails again." Chesapeake Log, (Fall 2012): 20.
Tuerk, Richard. "Spring Grove State Hospital and 'Maryland's Shame'." Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas, 43 (November 2012): 5-15.
Slotkin, Richard. The Long Road to Antietam: how the Civil War became a revolution. New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation, 2012.
Wolfe, Richard A. "General Kelly and the Rebel Girl." Goldenseal, (Fall 2013): 4-7.
Sowers, Richard. The Kentucky Derby, Preakness, and Belmont Stakes: A Comprehensive History. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014.