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Greene, Carroll, Jr. "The Search for Joshua Johnson: Early America's Black Portrait Painter." American Visions 3 (February 1988): 14-19.
Pearl, Susan G. "Opera in Prince George's County: From 1752 to 1984." News and Notes from the Prince George's County Historical Society 12 (December 1984): 49-50.
Brown, John Gregory. "Out of Africa." Columbia Magazine [Summer 1990]: 38-9.
Annotation / Notes: Maryland Museum of African Art.
Corrin, Lisa G., ed. Mining the Museum: An Installation by Fred Wilson. Baltimore: The Contemporary in Cooperation with the New Press, New York, 1994.
Annotation / Notes: This publication documents the landmark Maryland Historical Society and Contemporary exhibit. Included is an interview with the artist and with the docents who worked the exhibit, along with visitor surveys and object checklists.
Allen, Gloria Seaman. "Slaves as Textile Artisans: Documentary Evidence for the Chesapeake Region." Uncoverings, 22 (2001): 1-36.
Byrd, Cathy. "David & Thelma Driskell: Hyattsville, Maryland." Art & Antiques, 25 (March2002): 87-88.
Grantham, Tosha. "David Driskell: 'the dean'." International Review of African American Art,18 (no. 1, 2001): 30-31.
Allen, Gloria Seaman. Threads of Bondage: Chesapeake Slave Womenand Plantation Cloth Production, 1750-1850. Ph.D. diss., George Washington University, 2000.
Douglas, Katherine Bell. "Richard Burnside" in Souls Grown Deep: African American Vernacular Art of the South, edited by Paul Arnett. Atlanta: Tinwood, 2000.
Sims, Lowery Stokes. "Leslie King-Hammond: sister, mentor, prime mover." International Review of African American Art, 18 (no. 1, 2001): 34-35.
Gustafson, Eleanor H. "Museum Accessions." Antiques, 162 (November 2002): 46.
Allen, Gloria Seaman. "African American Samplers from Antebellum Baltimore." Antiques, 165 (April 2004): 134-43.
Allen, Gloria Seaman. "Early Nineteenth-Century African American Samplers from Baltimore Schools." Piecework, 13 (November/December 2005): 26-31.
Ashcraft, Mary Ann. "Carving a Path to Freedom: The Life and Work of African American Stonecarver Sebastian 'Boss' Hammond." Markers, 21 (2004): 12-39.
Bryan, Jennifer, and Robert Torchia. "The Mysterious Portraitist Joshua Johnson." Archives of American Art Journal, 36 (no. 2, 1996): 3-7.
Frischkorn, Rebecca T., and Reuben M. Rainey. "David C. Driskell: The Artist and His Gardens." International Review of African American Art, 204 (2006): 2-11.
Lamp, Frederick John. See the Music, Hear the Dance: Rethinking African Art at the Baltimore Museum of Art. New York: Prestel, 2004.
Beck, Tom, and Adrienne Manns. Building a New World: Black Labor Photographs. Baltimore: University of Maryland Baltimore County Library, 1982.
Elliott, Clare, and Jeannine Disviscour. "Portraits by Joshua Johnson celebrate Black History Month." MdHS News, (Winter 2009): 14.
Love-Asante, M. "Glimpse of Beauty in West Baltimore." International Review of African American Art, 23 (no. 1, 2010): 56-57.
Slogar, Christopher. "An Artful Life: Ekpo Eyo Remembered." African Arts, 45 (Spring 2012): 12-14.
Paca, Barbara. Ruth Star Rose (1887-1965): Revelations of African American Life in Maryland and the World. Baltimore: Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, 2015.
Brooks, Corey M. "Sculpting Memories of the Slavery Conflict: Commemorating Roger Taney in Washington, D.C., Annapolis, and Baltimore, 1864-1887." Maryland Historical Magazine, 112 (Spring/Summer 2017): 6-35.