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Byrd, Cathy. "David & Thelma Driskell: Hyattsville, Maryland." Art & Antiques, 25 (March2002): 87-88.
Rada, James, Jr. "Maryland's Original Embed." Maryland Life, 6 (January/February2010): 27-30.
Pitre, Merline. "Frederick Douglass: The Politician vs. The Social Reformer." Phylon 40, no. 3 (3rd quarter): 270-77.
Pitre, Merline. "Baltimore's Battle Monument." Maryland Humanities, (September2001): 29.
Boland, Kerry. "The Road That Made a City." Maryland Life, 3 (November/December2007): 50, 53, 55.
MacKenzie, Maxwell. "Smoke Houses." Preservation, 56 (July/August): 33-35.
Kartman, Lauraine Levy. "The Jewish Board of Arbitration in Baltimore, the Early Years." Maryland Historical Magazine, 79 (Winter1984)L: 332-338.
Condon, Sean. "'The Peculiar Circumstances of Their Unhappy Birthand Colour': Bennett Darnall's Children in the Early National Chesapeake." Maryland Historical Magazine, 96 (Fall2001): 348-56.
Condon, Sean. "Baltimore History Along the BSM Wayside." Live Wire, 46 (January-February-March2016): 4-5, 7.
Bogen, David S. "Mathias de Sousa: Maryland's First Colonist of African Descent." Maryland Historical Magazine, 96 (Spring2001): 68-85.
Cronin, William B. The Chesapeake's Vanishing Islands. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, in press.
Annotation / Notes: With sea level rise and shoreline erosion one of the most evident natural processes in the Chesapeake. Cronin, an oceanographer, provides a detailed account of virtually every island in the Bay.
Jordan, Gerald, ed. Merrill Single-Shot Breech-Loading Percussion Carbines from the Collection of William D. Moore, Jr. Baton Rouge, LA: Gerald Jordan, n.d.
Babits, Lawrence E. Cowpens Battlefield: A Walking Guide. Johnson City, TN: Overmountain Press, n.d.
Thomas, M. Carey. The Making of a Feminist: Early Journals and Letters of M. Carey Thomas.
Delaplaine, Ruth Carty. A Walking Tour of Downtown Frederick At the Turn of the Century.
Truitt, Reginald Van. High Winds, High Tides: A Chronology of Maryland's Coastal Hurricanes. Solomons, MD: University of Maryland, Natural Resources Institute.
Truitt, Reginald Van. Rowhouse Exhibit label copy, Peale Museum.
Annotation / Notes: In 1981, Baltimore's municipal museum reopened after a major renovation, with this "permanent" exhibit, one of its finest, created, among others, by assistant museum director Barry Dressel and Mary Ellen Hayward, co-author, with Charles Belfoure, of The Baltimore Rowhouse. The label copy is all that remains of this superb local exhibit, which was later de-mounted. The museum itself, housed in the oldest museum building in the United States, closed permanently in 1997. Its collections are now housed at the Maryland Historical Society.
Dabney, William M. Letters from Norfolk: Scottish Merchants View the Revolutionary Crisis.
Thompson, Arthur H. The First Ninety Years: History of the Maryland State Horticultural Society. (N.p.: The Society?, n.d.)