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"Annual Report for 1990." Bugeye Times 16 (Spring 1991): 5-14.
Annotation / Notes: Calvert Marine Museum.
Barrett, Daniel. "The Birth of the Calvert Marine Museum." Calvert Historian 2 (October 1987): 22-25.
Berry, Paul L. "CMM Broadens its Horizons: Estuarine Biology on Display." Bugeye Times 20 (Fall 1995): 1, 6.
Brooks, Kenneth F., Jr. "My Favorite Museum." Mid-Atlantic Country 10 (October 1989): 24-25, 67.
Annotation / Notes: Calvert Marine Museum.
Brooks, Kenneth F., Jr. "The Calvert Marine Museum at Twenty." Bugeye Times 15 (Spring 1990): 1-2.
Brooks, Kenneth F., Jr. "The Calvert Marine Museum at Twenty: Education and Research." Bugeye Times 15 (Fall 1990): 1, 6.
Brooks, Kenneth F., Jr. "The Calvert Marine Museum at Twenty: Exhibits at CMM." Bugeye Times 15 (Summer 1990): 1, 7.
Brooks, Kenneth F., Jr. "CMM on the Move." Bugeye Times 17 (Winter 1992/1993): 1, 3.
Annotation / Notes: Calvert Marine Museum.
Brooks, Kenneth F., Jr. "Marine Life Revisited: An Update on the CMM Estuarium." Bugeye Times 18 (Summer 1993): 1, 3.
Wennersten, John R. "The Calvert Marine Museum." Maryland 17 (Summer 1985): 35-38.
Carmer, Carl. The Susquehanna. New York: Rinehart, 1955.
Annotation / Notes: One of the prestigious "Rivers of America" series, and for Marylanders a book-end volume to Frederick Gutheim's The Potomac. This is popular history at its best: powerfully-written, anecdotal--and what anecdotes! The story of Thomas Cresap is alone worth checking the book out of the library. Covers the downriver ark traffic and the attempts of steamboats to conquer the rocky and unruly Susquehanna.
Dohan, Mary Helen. Mr. Roosevelt's Steamboat; the First Steamboat to Travel the Mississippi. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1981.
Latrobe, John H. B. A Lost Chapter in the History of the Steamboat. Fund Publication No. 5. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1871.
Annotation / Notes: Benjamin H. Latrobe's and Nicholas J. Roosevelt's less than successful partnership with Robert Fulton and Robert R. Livingstone to build steamboats in Pittsburgh is the subject of this account by one of Latrobe's sons. The builders' intent was to monopolize the steamboat trade of the western rivers; their initial effort was the New Orleans.
Shomette, Donald G. Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay, and Other Tales of the Lost Chesapeake. Centreville, MD: Tidewater, 1996.
Annotation / Notes: Underwater archaeology.
Chowning, Larry S. Harvesting the Chesapeake: Tools and Traditions. Centreville, MD: Tidewater, 1990.
Chowning, Larry S. "Craighill and the Channel That Expanded Commerce." Baltimore Engineer, February 1976, pp. 4 ff.
Annotation / Notes: The port of Baltimore.
Goldenberg, Joseph A. Shipbuilding in Colonial America. Charlottesville: Published for the Mariner's Museum, Newport News, Virginia by the University of Virginia Press, 1976.
Kanarek. Harold K. A Monument to an Engineer's Skill: William P. Craighill and the Baltimore Harbor. Baltimore: Baltimore District, Corps of Engineers, c. 1976.
Stapleton, Darwin H., and Thomas C. Guider. "The Transfer and Diffusion of British Technology: Benjamin Latrobe and the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal." Delaware History, 17 (Fall-Winter 1976): 127-38.
Shagena, Jack L. Who Really Invented the Steamboat?: Fulton's Clermont Coup. Amherst, NY: Humanity Books, 2004.
Rubin, Norman N. "From the Sea with Wings: Maryland and the Flying Boat." Maryland Historical Magazine, 72 (Summer 1977): 277-87.