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Disher, Sharon Hanley. First Class: Women Join the Ranks at the Naval Academy. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1998.
Aldrich, Duncan M. "Frontier Militias: Militia Laws on the North American and South African Frontiers." In The Frontier: Comparative Studies, Vol. 2. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1979.
Norris, Walter B. Annapolis: Its Colonial and Naval Story. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1925; reprint, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1989.
Reidy, Joseph P. "Slave Emancipation Through the Prism of Archives Records." Prologue 29 (1997): 105-111.
Reidy, Joseph P. The Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers'Home and Confederate Veterans Organizations in Maryland.Linthicum, MD: Toomey Press, 2001.
Cottom, Robert I. "Maryland in the Nineteenth Century: War, Memory, and the Tragedy of the Commons." Maryland Humanities, (Winter 2001): 19-23.
Mellin, Jack. "Citizens Military Training at Camp Meade. Part I: 'The Babe' Swats a Few for National Defense." Anne Arundel County History Notes, 23 (July 1992): 1, 4.
Hare, John L. "Structuring Visitor Experience at a Civil War Battlefield: Antietam National Battlefield as a Case Study." Studies in American Culture, 21 (October 1998): 31-43.
Stegmaier, Mark J. "Maryland's Fear of Insurrection at the Time of Braddock's Defeat." Maryland Historical Magazine, 71 (Winter 1976): 467-83.
Gross, Joe. "Ballfield to Battlefield." Naval History, 18 (October 2004): 35-38.
Gross, Joe. "The Best of 'Modern' Navy Football." Naval History, 18 (October 2004): 39-41.
Wilner, Barry, and Ken Rappoport. Gridiron Glory: The Story of the Army-Navy Football Rivalry. Lanham, MD: Taylor Trade Publishing, 2005.
Hicks, Louis, and Curt Raney. "The Social Impact of Military Growth: St. Mary's County, Maryland 1940-1995." SlackWater, 5 (Spring 2006): 62-68.
Church, Kevin W., Sr. A Systematic Approach to Exploring, Exposing, and Combating the Silent Killers: post traumatic stress disorder, cyclical deployments, traumatic brain injury, suicide and the post war socio-economical demise thereof. Ph.D. diss., Liberty University, 2010.
Lapp, Derrick E. "Did They Really 'Take None But Gentlemen'?: Henry Hardaman, the Maryland Line, and a Reconsideration of the Socioeconomic Composition of the Continental Officer Corps." Journal of Military History, 78 (October 2014): 1239-61.
Randall, Kathy. "The Civil War: a Divided and United Annapolis Family." Anne Arundel County History Notes, 45 (Spring 2014): 3-4, 11-12.
Unger, Mike. "Civil War." Baltimore, 107 (December 2014): 164-67.
Annotation / Notes: Army-Navy game.