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Richter, Rick. Three Cheers for the Chesapeake! History of the 4th Maryland Light Artillery Battery in the Civil War. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 2017.
S., D.B. "Ten Miles of History." Civil War Times, 56 (August 2017): 60-63.
Smart, Jeffery K. "Divided Union: A Military History of Harford County in the Civil War in 1863, Part I." Harford Historical Bulletin, 115 (2017): 3-56.
Tucker, Phillip Thomas. Miller Cornfield at Antietam: The Civil War's Bloodiest Combat. Charleston, SC: History Press, 2017.
Tucker, Phillip Thomas. "Unknown No Longer." Civil War Times, 56 (October 2017): 9.
Hildebrand, David K., and Elizabeth M. Schaaf. Musical Maryland: A History of Song and Performance from the Colonial Period to the Age of Radio. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2017.
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.
Malka, Adam. "'The Open Violence of Desperate Men': Rethinking Property and Power in the 1835 Baltimore Bank Riot." Journal of the Early Republic, 37 (Summer 2017): 193-223.
Shuflet, Gordon H. "Elusive Justice in Baltimore: The Conviction of a White Policeman for Killing a Black Man in 1875." Journal of Southern History, 83 (November 2017): 773-814.
Creason, Carl C. "'The whole world seems to be getting out of joint': The Catholic Response to the Start of the Civil War in the Border South." U.S. Catholic Historian, 35 (Summer 2017): 21-46.
Lacroix, Patrick. "Americanization by Catholic Means: French Canadian Nationalism and Transnationalism, 1889-1901." Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 16 (July 2017): 284-301.
Gough, Al. "Maryland Days Come and Gone: 19th Century Remembrances." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Spring 2017): 6-15.
Toomey, Daniel Carroll, and Steve Hammond. The Annapolis & Elk Ridge Railroad, 1837-1885. Annapolis, MD: Ann Arrundell County Historical Society, 2017.
Morrow, Diane Batts. "'Not only Superior, but a Mother in the true sense of the word': Mary Louisa Noel and the Oblate Sisters of Providence, 1835-1885." U.S. Catholic Historian, 35 (Fall 2017): 31-52.
Hrastar, John. Breaking the Appalachian Barrier: Maryland as the Gateway to Ohio and the West, 1750-1850. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2018.
Claborn, John. Civil Rights and the Environment in African-American Literature 1895-1941. London, England: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018.
Grace, Daniel. "Infidel America: Puritan Legacy and Antebellum Religious Persecution in Frederick Douglass's Transatlantic Speeches, 1841-49." American Literature, 90 (December 2018): 723-52.
Halpin, Dennis P. "'The Struggle for Land and Liberty': Segregation, Violence, and African American Resistance in Baltimore, 1898-1918." Journal of Urban History, 44 (July 2018): 691-712.
Marques, Leonardo. United States and the Transatlantic Slave Trade to the Americas, 1776-1867. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2016.
Shuflet, Gordon H. "Elusive Justice in Baltimore: The Conviction of a White Policeman for Killing a Black Man in 1875." Journal of Southern History, 83 (November 2017): 773-814.
Wheatle, Katherine Ica Elizabeth. "'Ward Of The State': The Politics of Funding Maryland's Black Land-Grant College, 1886-1939." Ph.D. diss., Indiana University, 2018.
Witt, Kelsey E., Julie M. Schablitsky, and Jazmin Ramos Madrigal, et al. "Ancient DNA Analysis of Nineteenth-Century Pipe Stems Recovered from a Maryland Slave Quarter." American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 165 (April 2018): 303-4.
Crawford, Elizabeth M. and Elizabeth L. Morgan. Major Henry Elijah Alvord: Soldier, Farmer, Teacher. n.p.: The Authors, 2018.
Miller, Bonnie Fairgrieve, Jean Elizabeth Fairgrieve, and Mitchell Vern Wayman. "Alexander Fairgrieve 1863-1942." Journal of the Alleghenies, 54 (2018): 53-54.
Conley, Nathaniel. "Frontier Capitalism and Unfree Labor in Middle Appalachia: The Development of Western Pennsylvania and Maryland, 1760-1840." Ph.D. diss., University of Arkansas, 2018.