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Land, Aubrey C. The Dulanys of Maryland: A Biographical Study of Daniel Dulany, The Elder, and Daniel Dulany, the Younger. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1955.
Annotation / Notes: Daniel Dulany, the Elder (1685-1753) and his son Daniel Dulany , the Younger (1722-1797) were central figures in the 18th century political and social landscape of Maryland. The father, who arrived in Maryland in 1703 as an indentured servant, rose to become a wealthy official in the proprietary government. His son extended the family fortune and became a prominent defender of the British government in the debates that preceded the American Revolution. The story of the Dulanys is an important counterpoint to that of the Carrolls and others on the patriot side.
Land, Aubrey C., ed. "The Familiar Letters of Governor Horatio Sharpe." Maryland Historical Magazine 61 (1966): 189-209.
Lanham, Paul. "General Rezin Beall." News and Notes from the Prince George's County Historical Society 24 (February 1996): 3-4.
Lanham, Paul. "Last Days of Tom Fossit." Glades Star 7 (December 1995): 657, 659.
Latrobe, Benjamin Henry. The Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1984.
Lee, Jean B. "In Search of Thomas Stone, Essential Revolutionary." Maryland Historical Magazine 92 (Fall 1997): 284-325.
LeoGrande, William M. "'No Gain': Portrait of a Family Farm." Montgomery County Story 42 (May 1999): 77-88.
Levin, Alexandra Lee. "Colonel Nicholas Rogeis and His Country Seat, 'Druid Hill'." Maryland Historical Magazine 72 (Spring 1977): 78-82.
Linton, Terry L. "The Forgotten Millwright, Isiah Linton 1739-1775." History Trails 23 (Autumn, 1988-Winter, 1988/1989): 1-7.
McLachlan, James. Princetonians 1748-1768: A Biographical Dictionary. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1976.
Annotation / Notes: Includes 14 Marylanders.
McLachlan, James. "Major Charles Alexander Warfield, M.D. Rededication of Historic Marker and Marking of His Grave." Legacy 37 (December 1994): 6.
McLachlan, James. "Major William Dent (1660-1705)." The Record 57 (October 1992): 3.
Martel, Nancy Byrens. "Charles Willson Peale." Maryland 16 (Winter 1983): 8-11.
Maser, Frederick E. Robert Strawbridge, First American Methodist Circuit Rider. Baltimore: Strawbridge Shrine Association, 1983.
Matthies, Katherine. "Charles Carroll of Carrollton." Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine 110 (March 1976): 301-4, 368.
Micklus, Robert. The Comic Genius of Dr. Alexander Hamilton. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1990.
Middleton, Arthur Pierce. "William Smith: Godfather and First President of St. John's College." Maryland Historical Magazine 84 (1989): 235-41.
Miller, Joseph M. "James McHenry, M.D. of Fort McHenry in Baltimore Towne." Maryland Medical Journal 41 (May 1992): 413-15.
Morton, Joseph C. "Stephen Bordley of Colonial Annapolis." Winterthur Portfolio 5 (1969): 1-14.
National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Maryland. Adventurers, Cavaliers, Patriots: Ancestors Remembered. Leonardtown, MD: St. Mary's County Historical Society, 1994.
Nelson, John N. 'What God Does is Well Done': The Jonathan Hager Files. Hagerstown, MD: City of Hagerstown, 1997.
Nelson, John N. New Perspectives on Charles Willson Peale: A 250th Anniversary Celebration. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1991.
Norton, Louis Arthur. Joshua Barney, Hero of the Revolution and 1812. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2000.
Annotation / Notes: Joshua Barney (1758-1818) was a naval hero in both the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Aside from his military exploits, this patriotic Marylander's life is closely associated with the history of the American flag. Barney is best known for the spirited action of the barge men under his command at the Battle of Bladensburg in 1814. Alone among the Americans at the battle, Barney and his men fought bravely against a superior British force.
Padgett, James A., ed. "Rumsey Documents." Maryland Historical Magazine 32 (1937): 10-28, 136-55, 271-85.
Palmer, William A., Jr. "Maryland Roots of Barton W. Stone." Discipliana 46 (Winter 1986): 51-53.