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Wingate, P. J. "Mencken, Shaw and Ebonics." Menckeniana 141 (Spring 1997): 11-12.
Beirne, Francis F. "The Four Merchants." In The Amiable Baltimoreans. New York, 1951; reprint, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984.
Berry, John. "Librarian of the Year: 1995: Carla D. Hayden: Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore." Library Journal 121 (January 1996): 36.
Berry, John. Frederick Douglass: A Register and Index of His Papers in the Library of Congress. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1976.
Berry, John. The Free Public Library in Maryland: Report of the State-Wide Library Survey Committee of the Maryland State Planning Commission. Baltimore: Maryland State Planning Commission, 1944.
Annotation / Notes: An evaluation of the status of Maryland's public libraries in the mid-twentieth century. Includes a brief history of Maryland libraries.
Berry, John. "Library Journal Selects Dr. Carla D. Hayden as the 1995 Librarian of the Year." Jet 89 (March 4, 1996): 22.
Berry, John. "An Organizational Profile of the Historical Society of Carroll County." Carroll County History Journal 43 (Fall 1992): 7-8.
Rubenstein, Stanley, and Judith Farley. "Enoch Pratt Free Library and Black Patrons: Equality in Library Services, 1882-1915." Journal of Library History 15 (Fall 1980): 445-53.
Rundell, Walter, Jr. "Guides to Maryland's Past: Eight Society Microfilm Projects." Maryland Historical Magazine 70 (Spring 1975): 92-97.
Presley, James. "Langston Hughes, War Correspondent." Journal of Modern Literature 5 (September 1976): 481-91.
Annotation / Notes: Hughes in Spain, 1937-38, for the Baltimore Afro-American.
Yewell, Therese C. Women of Achievement in Prince George's County History. Upper Marlboro, MD: Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Prince George's County Planning Board, 1994.
Annotation / Notes: This is a model of how to present biographical portraits. The biographies of these Prince George's County women are arranged in chronological order. Each chapter begins with an historical narrative that places the biographies in context.
Beckles, Frances N. 20 Black Women: A Profile of Contemporary Black Maryland Women. Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1978.
Annotation / Notes: Only set of biographical sketches currently available on African-American women in Maryland. These contemporary women have made significant contributions to a wide range of professions.
Chakraborti, Deepanjan. "Socio-Political Context of Afro-American Literature." Historical Review [India] 6 (1998): 30-36.
Gardner, Bettye J. "William Watkins: Antebellum Black Teacher and Writer." Negro History Bulletin 39 (1976): 623-624.
Jones, Paul Christian. "Copying What the Master Had Written: Douglass's The Heroic Slave and the Southern Historical Romance." Southern Quarterly 38 (Summer 2000): 78-92.
Katz, Michael B., and Thomas J. Sugrue, ed. W. E. B. DuBois, Race, and the City: 'The Philadelphia Negro' and Its Legacy. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1998.
Simpson, Valerie. "Zora Neale Hurston: Social Advocate." Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association (1999): 34-38.
Trombold, John. "The Minstrel Show Goes to the Great War: Zora Neale Hurston's Mass Cultural Other." Melus 24 (Spring 1999): 85-107.
Henton, Jennifer E. Twain, DuBois, Toomer, and Hurston: Reading American Literature and Reading Race. Ph.D. diss., University of Delaware, 2001.
Joseph, Philip. "The Verdict from the Porch: Zora Neale Hurston and Reparative Justice." American Literature, 74 (September 2002): 455-83.
Powers, Peter Kerry. "Gods of Physical Violence, Stopping at Nothing: Masculinity, Religion, and Art in the Work of Zora Neale Hurston." Religion and American Culture, 12 (Summer 2002): 229-47.
Champion, Laurie, and Bruce A. Glasrud. "Zora Neale Hurston(1891-1960)." In African American Authors, 1745-1945: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook edited by Emmanuel S. Nelson. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2000.
DeLombard, Jeannine. "'Eye-Witness to the Cruelty': Southern Violence and Northern Testimony in Frederick Douglass's 1845 Narrative." American Literature, 73 (June 2001):245-75.
Dickson-Carr, Darryl. "'Why Am I Called Upon to Speak Here To-Day?': The Jeremiad in the Speeches and Writings of Frederick Douglass and Malcolm X." Nineteenth-Century Prose, 27 (Fall 2000): 100-17.