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Hulbert, Archer Butler. Washington and the West. New York: Century, 1905.
Annotation / Notes: In presenting his annotated version of Washington's 1784 diary of his exploration of the wild and uncharted area between the Potomac and Ohio rivers, Hulbert makes the case that the "father of his country" was also the father of the National Road, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Kelbaugh, Jack. "By Water, Road, and Rail: The Importance of Early Rapid Transit in Northern A. A. Co. Part I: The Early Evolution of Waterways and Roads." Anne Arundel County History Notes 23 (October 1991): 5-6.
Livingood, James Weston. The Philadelphia-Baltimore Trade Rivalry, 1780-1860. Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Comm., 1947; reprint, New York: Arno Press and The New York Times, 1970.
Annotation / Notes: The intense early competition between Pennsylvania and Maryland and their attempts to capture trade with turnpikes, canals, and railroads. The current orientation of York and other Pennsylvania towns to Baltimore rather than Philadelphia is one of the results of this historic rivalry.
Russo, Jean B. "The Public Thoroughfares of Annapolis." Maryland Historical Magazine 86 (Spring 1991): 66-76.
Semmes, Raphael. Baltimore as Seen by Visitors, 1783-1860. Baltimore: Baltimore Historical Society, 1953.
Annotation / Notes: Sharp and amusing accounts of visitors' journeys and reactions to Baltimore.
Thwaites, Reuben Gold. Early Western Travels, 1748-1846. 31 vols. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1907.
Annotation / Notes: Thwaites,"historian extraordinaire," was to early travel accounts in America what Archer Butler Hulbert was to the early means of transportation, that is one of its greatest chroniclers. Extremely prolific, like Butler, Thwaites wrote other books on western Indians, rivers, and exploration besides his multi-volume western travels series whose various accounts include references to transportation in Maryland and Baltimore. Frederick Jackson Turner delivered a memorial address on Thwaites in 1916.
Woolfolk, George Ruble. "Rival Urban Communication Schemes for the Possession of the Northwest Trade, 1783-1800." Mid-America 38 (1956): 214-233.
Hill, Raymond D. "The Search for Peter Carnes." Richmond County History 10 (1978): 5-10.
Littlefield, Douglas R. "The Potomac Company: A Misadventure in Financing an Early American Internal Improvement Project." Business History Review 58 (1984): 562-585.
Trindill, Roger T. "Transportation Development and Hinterland Piracy: An Example from Colonial North America." Journal of Transport History [Great Britain] 7 (1966): 203-217.
Greeley, Joseph M. Watery Highways: trade and travel in the colonial Chesapeake. St. Mary's City, MD: Historic St. Mary's, 2005.
Barnes, Robert. Gleanings from Maryland Newspapers, 1776-1785. Lutherville, MD: Bettie Carothers, 1975.
Wright, F. Edward. Maryland Eastern Shore Newspaper Abstracts. Vol. 1, 1790-1805. Silver Spring, MD: Family Line, 1981.
Switzer, Laura. "A List of French Letters Remaining in the Post Office, Baltimore, Maryland, January 13, 1794." Maryland Magazine of Genealogy, 23 (Spring 1982): 34-39.
Gray, Ralph D. "Philadelphia and the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal: 1769-1823." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 84 (October 1960): 401-23.