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Stuart, Charles B. Lives and Works of Civil and Military Engineers of America. New York: Van Nostrand, 1871.
Annotation / Notes: Because of the National Road, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Maryland was a training ground for the nation's 19th century civil engineers and bridge designers. Stuart's book, though dated, has chapters on several nationally-important individuals who learned their trade on one of more of these state public works.
Summers, Festus P. The Baltimore and Ohio in the Civil War. New York: Putnam's, 1939.
Annotation / Notes: The B&O was the Union's most important railroad during the conflict. Summers's book "presents a scholarly, objective, and conscientious approach to the subject in hand with literary execution of unusual excellence," said Maryland historian Matthew Page Andrews in his 1940 Maryland Historical Magazine review.
Urbas, Anton. "Military Airport at Vale Farm, 1919-1929." Journal of the Alleghenies 28 (1992): 3-13.
Welch, Rebecca Hancock. "The Army Learns to Fly: College Park, Maryland, 1909-1913." Maryland Historian 21 (Fall/Winter 1990): 38-51.
Johnson, Freddie Lee, III. The Tracks of War: Confederate Strategic Rail Policy and the Struggle for the Baltimore and Ohio. Ph.D. diss., Kent State University, 1999.
Linn, Brian M. "Pretty Scaly Times: the Ohio National Guard and the Railroad Strike of 1877." Ohio History 94 (1985): 171-181.
Allen, Catherine Wallace. "Wright Military Training at College Park in 1909." Air Power History, 49 (Winter 2002): 12-21.
Cole, Merle T. "Guarding the Morgantown Bridge, 1942-1943." The Record, 36 (February 1986): 1-4.
Cole, Merle T. "The Special Military Police at Morgantown Bridge, 1942-1943." Military Affairs, 52 (January 1988): 18-22.
Barnard, John D. "Last of the Sailing Corvettes." Naval History, 13 (July/August 1999): 22-26.
Hinrichs, Ernest H., Jr., ed. Listening In: Intercepting German Trench Communications in World War I. Shippensburg, PA: White Mane Pub. Co., 1996.
Treacy, William O. "POW Trains Through Oakland." Glades Star, 6 (December 1991): 603-4.
Sanderlin, Walter S. "The Vicissitudes of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal During the Civil War." Journal of Southern History, 11 (February 1945): 51-67.
Summers, Festus P. "The Baltimore and Ohio - First in War." Civil War History, 7 (September 1961): 239-54.
Sterne, Joseph R. L. Combat Correspondents: The Baltimore Sun in World War II. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society Press, 2009.
Sterne, Joseph R. L. "MdHS Press Publishes Combat Correspondents: The Baltimore Sun in World War II." MdHS News, (Fall 2009): 8-13.
Kelbaugh, Ross. "Capturing Reality: An Introduction to Civil War Photography." MdHS News, (Spring 2011): 10-14.
Kelbaugh, Ross. "Preview: A Photographic History of Maryland in the Civil War." Maryland Historical Magazine, 106 (Spring 2011): 62-69.
Kelbaugh, Ross J. Maryland's Civil War Photographs: The Sesquicentennial Collection. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 2012.
Harris, John M. "'Truthful as the Record of Heaven': The Battle of Antietam and the Birth of Photojournalism." Southern Cultures, 19 (Fall 2013): 79-94.
Pain, Kendra. "Domestic Discord: The Civil War in Maryland." Shoreline, 20 (December 2013): 22-23.
Rada, James, Jr. "B&O helped the Union during Civil War." Glades Star, 12 (March 2013): 333-34.
Rada, James, Jr. "'These Grounds will be Consecrated': Gettysburg, November 19, 1863." Maryland Historical Magazine, 108 (Fall 2013): 256-59.
Toomey, Daniel Carroll. The War Came by Train: The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad during the Civil War. Baltimore: Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum, 2013.