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Martin, Percy E. "Sam Arnold and Hookstown." History Trails 16 (Summer 1982): 13-16.
Annotation / Notes: One of the co-conspirators in the Lincoln assassination.
Toomey, Daniel Carroll. A History of Relay, Maryland, and the Thomas Viaduct. Published by The Author, 1975.
Toomey, Daniel Carroll. A History of Relay, Maryland, and the Thomas Viaduct. Baltimore: Toomey Press, 1984; revised edition. Linthicum, MD: Toomey Press, 1995.
Kanarek, Harold. The Mid-Atlantic Engineers: A History of the Baltimore District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1774-1974. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, [1978?].
Annotation / Notes: The Baltimore harbor and shipping and Maryland's internal improvements are covered.
Hagaman, Robert A. Personal Battles: The Lives of Maryland's Black Civil War Veterans, 1840-1920. Ph.D. diss., Northern Illinois University, 2004.
Liston, Kathy Lee Erlandson. "Where are the British SoldiersKilled in the Battle of North Point Buried?" History Trails, 33 (Winter 1998): 5-8.
Michel, Robert E. Colonel Harry Gilmor's Raid Around Baltimore July 10th to 13th, 1864. Baltimore: Erbe Publishers, 1976.
Johnson, Eric. "The Baltimore Volunteers." Journal of the War of 1812, 10 (Spring 2006): 5-9.
Clifford, James. "The Battles That Saved America: North Point and Baltimore, September 1814." On Point: Journal of Army History, 10 (no. 2, 2004): 9-15.
Davis, Erick F. "The Baltimore County Horse Guard." History Trails, 10 (Winter 1975-76): 5-10.
Annotation / Notes: Civil War.
Eliassen, Meredith. "A Soldier's Dilemma: Francis R. Shunk's Account for the Battle of Baltimore, 1814." Maryland Historian, 31 (Fall 2007): 67-80.
Cole, Merle T. "D-Day at Hart Island." History Trails, 19 (Summer 1985): 13-15.
Annotation / Notes: Mock amphibious landing by National Guard.
Davis, Erick F. "Civil War Camps in Baltimore County." History Trails, 15 (Autumn 1980): 1-4.
Kelbaugh, Jack. "Fort Carroll: Island Fort off the Shores of our County." Anne Arundel County History Notes, 20 (July 1989): 10-12.
Kelbaugh, Jack. "The Wayside Cross." Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (February 2011): 1.