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"Greenbelt Designated a National Historic Landmark." Friends of Preservation 15 (Spring 1997): 1-2.
Hanyok, Laura A. "Happy Birthday Prince George's County." Prince George's County Today (March-April 1990): 7.
Hienton, Louise Joyner. Prince George's Heritage: Sidelights on the Early History of Prince George's County, Maryland, from 1696 to 1800. Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1972.
Hienton, Louise Joyner. "Sidelights: Charles Town, Prince George's First County Seat." Maryland Historical Magazine 63 (1968): 401-411.
Annotation / Notes: The author presents a narrative description of Charles Town during its hey day as an economic center. She lists the land owners, the store owners, the justicies of the County, and other political figures. With improved roads and increasing population settlement in the north, Charles Town was replaced in 1721 as the County seat.
Hienton, Louise Joyner. A History of Beltsville, 1776-1976. Beltsville Fire Dept. and Women's Community Club of Beltsville, 1976.
Hienton, Louise Joyner. A History of the College Park Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., 1925-1985. College Park, MD: The Department, 1985.
Holloway, Louise. History of the Town of Landover Hills. Landover, MD: Town of Landover, 1985.
Hunter, Leslie Gene. "Greenbelt, Maryland: a City on a Hill." Maryland Historical Magazine 63 (1968): 105-136.
Annotation / Notes: Greenbelt, a Depression era, Federally planned community, is a midpoint in community planning, located between the nineteenth century garden city movement and the new towns of the twentieth century. The author, however, does not see Greenbelt as a success.
Hunter, Leslie Gene. "Hyattstown, Maryland: Time and Place Preserved." The Preservationist 3 (January/February 1988): 4-5.
Hunter, Leslie Gene. Hyattsville: Our Home Town. Hyattsville: City of Hyattsville, 1988.
Hunter, Leslie Gene. "I Believe in America": 90 Years of Community Growth and Development in the City of Hyattsville. Hyattsville, MD: Mayor and City Council of Hyattsville, [1976].
Hunter, Leslie Gene. "If You've Ever Wondered..." Friends of Preservation Newsletter (Fall 1990): 5-6.
Hunter, Leslie Gene. Journey Through Time: A Pictorial History of the Prince George's County Police Department. Forestville, MD: the Department, 1989.
Kenah, Elizabeth F. "Good Times at Hard Bargain Farm." Maryland 13 (Summer 1980): 40-43.
Knepper, Cathy D. "Greenbelt: A New Deal Remnant in Our Midst." Maryland Humanities (November 1998): 6-10.
Annotation / Notes: The planned community of Greenbelt, a project of the Resettlement Administration, was developed with three concepts in mind: economic and social cooperation, a walking garden plan of house construction based on the international style, and a neighborhood design centering on a school or community center. As it grew Greenbelt was able to maintain its identify, which developed from the three concepts, through a strong city government and an active local newspaper.
Knepper, Cathy Dee. The Gospel According to Greenbelt: Community Life in Greenbelt, Maryland, 1935-1990. Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland at College Park, 1993.
Kraus, Walter L. "Belle Chance at Andrews Air Force Base: A Piece of Maryland's Past." Maryland Historical Magazine 83 (Fall 1988): 268-73.
Annotation / Notes: Kraus argues that Andrews has the most historic setting of any airforce base in the country. He then goes on to discuss the history of the ownership of the land and the history of Belle Chance, a house on base.
Lanham, Paul T. "Why 'Upper'?" News and Notes from the Prince George's County Historical Society 17 (May 1989): 27.
Annotation / Notes: Upper and Lower Marlboro.
Laureys, Elizabeth. "The Past is Prologue: The Town Center's Early History." Riverdale Town Crier 23 (May 1993): 5.
Lucas, Townsend M. "Fairmount Heights, Prince George's County, Maryland: A 1910 Census Construction with Historical Notes." Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society 9 (Spring 1988): 3-28.
McElrath, Doug. "Riverdale Park: The Story Behind the Name." Riverdale Town Crier 27 (May 1998): 1, 10.
Markwood, Louis N. The Forest Glen Trolley and the Early Development of Silver Spring. Edited by Randolph Kean. Arlington, VA: National Capital Historical Museum of Transportation, [1975].
Markwood, Louis N. "Model City: Greenbelt, Maryland." Grand Street 13 (Fall 1994): 97-109.