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Rupp, Rebecca. "Mr. Peale's 'World in Miniature'." Early American Life, 45 (February 2014): 64-69.
Recker, Stephen. "Antietam Campaign." Civil War Times, 51 (October 2012): 28-35.
Rede, Wyllys. "The Maryland Diocesan Library--A Mine of Historical Material." Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1 (1932): 102- .
Reeve, Stuart A. "Changes in Time: A Seriation Chronology for Southern Maryalnd Projectile Points." Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology, 8 (1992): 107-37.
Categories: Archaeology
Truitt, Reginald V. The Saga of Blunt's Warehouse, Kent Island, Maryland. Queen Anne's County Historical Society, 1980.
Truitt, Reginald Van. High Winds, High Tides: A Chronology of Maryland's Coastal Hurricanes. Solomons, MD: University of Maryland, Natural Resources Institute.
Categories: Environment
Reilly, Thomas. Jannus, An American Flier. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1997.
Reimer, Terry. "'Poisonous Techniques and Dressing'." North & South, 5 (December 2001): 66-75.
Categories: Medicine
Reimer, Terry. One Vast Hospital: The Civil War Hospital Sites In Frederick, Maryland, After Antietam. Frederick, MD: National Museum of Civil War Medicine, 2001.
Remsberg, Virginia. "'The Best Comes Boxed' at the BMI." Nuts and Bolts, 9 (Spring 1991): 3.
Williams, Richard Rene. The Fourth Point: Representation of Nineteenth-Century Electromagnetic Phenomena from Edgar Allan Poe to Stephane Mallarme. Ph.D. diss., University of Texas, Austin, 1992.
Romano, Renee. "No Diplomatic Immunity: African Diplomats, the State Department, and Civil Rights, 1961-1964." Journal of American History, 87 (September 2000): 546-79.
Sklarew, Renee. "Women's Wares." Maryland Life, 6 (September/October 2010): 66.
Watts, Rhonda. "Homewood House: Putting Together the Puzzle." Johns Hopkins Magazine 39 (December 1987): 26-35.
Williams, Rhonda Yvette. Living Just Enough in the City: Change and Activism in Baltimore's Public Housing 1940-1980. Ph.D. diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1998.
Williams, Rhonda Y. "'We're Tired of Being Treated Like Dogs': Poor Women and Power Politics in Black Baltimore." Black Scholar, 31 (nos. 3-4, 2001): 31-41.
Williams, Rhonda Y. "'I'm a Keeper of Information': History-Telling and Voice." Oral History Review, 28 (no. 1, 2001): 41-63.
Williams, Rhonda Y. The Politics of Public Housing: Black Women's Struggles Against Urban Inequality. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.
Thomas, Rhondda Robinson. "The First Negro Priest on Southern Soil: George Freeman Bragg, Jr., and the Struggle of Black Episcopalians in the South, 1824-1909." Southern Quarterly, 50 (Fall 2012): 79-103.
Shryock, Richard. "British Versus German Traditions in Colonial Agriculture." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 26 (1939): 39-54.
Ross, Thomas Richard. Henry Gassaway Davis: An Old-Fashioned Biography. Elkins, WV: Published by the author, 1994.
Shaw, Richard. John Dubois, Founding Father: The Life and Times of the Founder of Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg. Emmitsburg, MD: Mount St. Mary's College, 1983.
Wilcke, Richard W. "Sportscaster George Michael makes mark with paint horses." Maryland Horse 61 (February/March 1995): 10-14.
Wilcke, Richard W. "Jack Mobberley dies at age 66." Maryland Horse 61 (April/May 1995): 33.
Swanson, Wayne Richard. The Politics of Constitutional Revision: The Maryland Constitutional Convention, 1967-1968. Ph.D. diss., Brown University, 1969.
Annotation / Notes: The research for this political science dissertation was undertaken immediately after the failure of the effort to re-write the state constitution in 1967. Based upon interviews with 89% of the 142 delegates to the convention, the author examines why reform failed. He found that the draft constitution was written by non-partisan reformers, who wanted to modernize government, but who were out of touch with the voters and whose reforms were opposed by the political establishment. The reformers had come to power only because the election of 1966, the first after the impact of the Supreme Court's Baker v. Carr decision, resulted in an 80% turn-over in the state legislature. A coalition of rural voters, Baltimore area suburbanites, and middle class white residents of Baltimore City defeated the new constitution in 1968 for being too far out of step with the mainstream of Maryland's political thought. Although it was not covered in this book, many of the individual reforms advocated in the failed constitution would be enacted in the ensuing years under the leadership of Governor Marvin Mandel.