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Peters, De Witt C. "Evidence of United States Army surgeons, in charge of the four hospitals at Annapolis and Baltimore, Md., to which returned Union prisoners were brought from Richmond, Va.; also, evidence obtained from eyewitnesses." Journal of Civil War Medicine, 18 (October-December 2014): 148-50.
Randall, Kathy. "The Civil War: a Divided and United Annapolis Family." Anne Arundel County History Notes, 45 (Spring 2014): 3-4, 11-12.
Schatz, Mark N., ed. "Jack Kelbaugh's Civil War." Anne Arundel County History Notes, 45 (Winter 2014): 3-4, 8-12; Anne Arundel County History Notes, 45 (Spring 2014): 2, 5-10; Anne Arundel County History Notes, 45 (Summer 2014): 4-5, 11-16.
Thompson, John Peter. "The Raid on Beltsville, July 12th, 1864." News and Notes from the Prince George's County Historical Society, 43 (July/August 2014): 4-6.
Van de Giesen, William. "Dr. Bernard Vanderfieft: An Excellent Surgeon in the American Civil War." Journal of Civil War Medicine, 18 (January-March 2014): 18-28.
Graham, David K. "'She Spurns the Northern Scum': Maryland's Civil War Loyalty in Mass Culture and Memory." Maryland Historical Magazine, 109 (Spring 2014): 34-50.
Schoeberlein, Robert W. "'A Record of Heroism': Baltimore's Unionist Women and the Civil War Era." Maryland Historical Magazine, 109 (Summer 2014): 188-201.
Recko, Corey. A Spy for the Union: The Life and Execution of Timothy Webster. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company, 2013.
Miller, Richard F., ed. States at War. Volume 4: A Reference Guide for Delaware, Maryland, and New Jersey in the Civil War. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England, 2015.
Moore, Tilden L. 1890 Special Census of the Civil War Veterans of the State of Maryland: Volume IV, Caroline, Dorchester, Queen Anne's, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester. Reprint. Berwyn Heights, MD: Heritage Books, 2015.
Rhodes, Steven B. Maryland in the Civil War: An Annotated Bibliography. Berwyn Heights, MD: Heritage Books, 2015.
Amtower, Elora. "Confederate Mementos: 'Let us march to the fight with heart linked to heart'." Shoreline, 21 (January 2015): 24-26.
Malanowski, Jamie A. "A 'Talent for Buffoonery'." Naval History, 28 (December 2014): 58-63.
Annotation / Notes: Union Navy officer William Cushing.
Barram, Rick. "Charles County Confederate Occupation." The Record, 110 (January 2015): 2-6.
Cooling, Benjamin Franklin. "Montgomery County and Jubal Early's Raid on Washington, July 10-14, 1864: A Sesquicentennial Perspective." Montgomery County Story, 58 (Winter 2015): 1-8.
Graham, David Kenton. Loyalty on the line: Civil War Maryland in American memory. Ph.D. diss., Purdue University, 2015.
Jamieson, Perry D., and Bradford A. Wineman. The Maryland and Fredericksburg Campaigns, 1862-1863. Washington, DC: Center of Military History, United States Army, 2015.
Knott, Steven W. "Lee at Antietam: Strategic Imperatives, the Tyranny of Arithmetic, and a Trap not Sprung." Army History, 95 (Spring 2015): 32-40.
Parzych, Cynthia, and James C. Bradford. Antietam: Trace the Path of America's Heritage. Historical Tours. Guilford, CT: GPP, 2015.
Robertson, James I., Jr. "A Dead Horse at Antietam." Civil War Times, 54 (June 2015): 54-59.
Zielinski, Vince. "Camp Johnson - Ellicott Mills Union Army Camp - Where Are You?" The Legacy, 50 (Spring 2014): 5, 7.
Brugh, Mark P., and Julia Stinson Brugh. Civil War Ghosts of Sharpsburg. Charleston, SC: Haunted America, 2015.
Watts, Jennifer A. A Strange and Fearful Interest: Death, Mourning, and Memory in the American Civil War. San Marino, CA: Huntington Library Press, 2015.
Pain, Kendra. "Women of the Civil War." Shoreline, 21 (January 2015): 27-28.
Bockmiller, Stephen R. Washington County in the Civil War. Images of America. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publications, 2016.