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"City of Cumberland Establishes Archive." In Context 3 (Spring 1994): 3.
"Colonel Scharf's Gift of an Important Historical Collection." Johns Hopkins University Circular 19 (June 1891): 110-13.
Cook, Eleanor M. V. Guide to the Records of Montgomery County, Maryland. Genealogical and Historical. Westminster, MD: Family Line Publications, 1989.
Cox, Richard J. "Genealogical Research in the Baltimore City Archives." Maryland Magazine of Genealogy 2 (Fall 1979): 49-54.
Cox, Richard J. "The Plight of American Municipal Archives: Baltimore, 1729-1979." American Archivist 42 (July 1979): 281-92.
Cox, Richard J. Tracing the History of the Baltimore Structure: A Guide to the Primary and Secondary Sources. Baltimore: Baltimore City Archives and Records Management Office, 1980.
Annotation / Notes: An excellent introduction to building research. It not only discusses what sources to check and where to find them, but also describes the sources, and offer insights into their use. He references other sources and includes several short bibliographies.
Cox, Richard J., and Anne S.K. Turkos. "Local History Research and the Records of Baltimore's Housing and Community Development Agency." Prologue 16 (Spring 1984): 49-61.
Cox, Richard J., and Patricia M. Vanorny. "The Records of a City: Baltimore and Its Historical Sources." Maryland Historical Magazine 70 (Fall 1975): 286-310.
Doyle, Francis R. Columbia, Maryland, The Planned Community Between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore Designed to Give A New Town to that Area: A Bibliography. Monticello, IL: Council of Planning Librarians, 1975.
Gibb, James G. "Using Calvert County's Agricultural Censuses: 1850-1880." Calvert Historian 5 (Fall 1990): 9-17.
Annotation / Notes: A useful introduction to an underutlized resource. This article would be worthwhile reading for anyone interested in agricultural censuses whether or not their area of study was Calvert County.
Hollowak, Thomas L. "Maryland Genealogy and Family History: A Bibliography, 1987-1989." Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin 33 (Summer 1992): 484-530.
Malloy, Mary Gordon, and Jane Sween. A Selective Guide to the Historic Records of Montgomery County, Maryland. Rockville: Montgomery County Department of Public Libraries, 1974.
Papenfuse, Edward C., et al. A Guide to Government Records at the Maryland State Archives: A Comprehensive List by Agency and Record Series. Annapolis, MD: Maryland State Archives, 1991.
Papenfuse, Edward C., Susan A. Collins, and Christopher N. Allan. A Guide to the Maryland Hall of Records: Local Judicial and Administrative Records in Microform. Vol. 1. Annapolis: Hall of Records Commission, 1978.
Annotation / Notes: Records of Allegany County through Baltimore County and City.
Posner, Ernst. American State Archives. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1964, 134-142.
Radoff, Morris L., Gust Skordas, and Phebe R. Jacobsen. The County Courthouses and Records of Maryland, Part Two: The Records. Annapolis: Maryland Hall of Records, 1963.
Annotation / Notes: This survey of the records created by Maryland's counties, and Baltimore City, has its origins in the Depression era's Historical Records Survey. The introduction includes descriptions and explanations of the records. At the start of each county section is a general history of the county's records. This is the second of two books. The first in the series focuses of the history of each courthouse building.
Russell, Donna Valley. Frederick County, Maryland, Genealogical Research Guide. Middletown: Catoctin Press, 1987.
Shelley, Fred. "The Publication Program of the Maryland Historical Society." The American Archivist 15 (October 1952): 309-320.
Skordas, Gust. "Maryland's County Records -- the Eclectic Approach." American Archivist 25 (April 1962): 199-206.
Thornton, Frank R. "Microfilm in Baltimore County." Journal of Micrographics 11 (March 1978): 283-85.
Arnold, Joseph L. "Suburban Growth and Municipal Annexation in Baltimore, 1745-1918." Maryland Historical Magazine 73 (June 1978): 109-28.
Annotation / Notes: The battles between Baltimore City and Baltimore County over the suburban territory spanning a century and a half. This fight was for a larger tax base and the promise of better services providing an important historical perspective on current city-suburban problems.
Berkeley, Henry J. "Extinct River Towns of the Chesapeake Region." Maryland Historical Magazine 19 (1924): 125-34.
Carr, Lois Green. County Government in Maryland, 1689-1709. New York: Garland Publishers, 1987.
Jordan, David W. "Political Stability and the Emergence of a Native Elite in Maryland." In The Chesapeake in the Seventeenth Century: Essays in Anglo-American Society. Edited by Thad W. Tate and David L. Ammerman, 243-73. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1979.
Lee, Jean B. The Price of Nationhood: The American Revolution in Charles County. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1994.
Annotation / Notes: This intensive and insightful study of a single county offers insight into several large themes in Maryland history - "the American Revolution as a transforming, ongoing phenomenon, civilian's responses to the War for Independence, the tenor of the nation's formative years, and the nature of Chesapeake society." During this period Charles Country changed from prosperous economy, securely connected to the outside world through overseas trade, into a stagnant backwater, whose forward looking population searched for opportunity elsewhere. Unlike other areas of Maryland, where the Revolutionary years were tumultuous, there were few challenges to the status quo. Cut off from the empire, entrepreneurial whites left the county in search of wealth and opportunity, often as close as Washington, DC, and the population became overwhelmingly unfree.