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Mayhugh, Jess. "Waves of Grain." Baltimore, 112 (August 2019): 220-25.
Categories: Agriculture
Chisholm, Amelia G. "The Chicken Burial at London Town." Anne Arundel County History Notes, 50 (Summer 2019): 5-6.
Custer, Jay F. "Smoking Pipes and Time at 18QU30, Queen Anne's County, Maryland." Maryland Archeology, 52 (March-September 2019): 41-59.
Custer, Jay F., Andrea Anderson, and Nedda Moqtaderi. "'Halcyon Days' on the Eastern Shore of Maryland: Current Research at 'My Lord's Gift' (18QU30), the 17th and 18th Century Home of Henry Coursey and His Family." Maryland Archeology, 52 (March-September 2019): 1-8.
Custer, Jay F., Henry M. Miller, Andrea Anderson, and Stephanie Restifo. "Ceramic Vessel Analysis, Early Occupation Area, 18QU30." Maryland Archeology, 52 (March-September 2019): 60-78.
Huey, Paul R. "An Interview with Garry Wheeler Stone." Historical Archaeology, 53 (June 2019): 226-35.
Hummer, Chris C. "The Manatawna Rockshelters, 36PH22." Pennsylvania Archaeologist, 89 (Spring 2019): 39-56.
Categories: Archaeology
Hurry, Silas. "Art-n-Fact: American Indian-Made Red Clay Tobacco Pipes from St. Mary's City." A Briefe Relation, 39 (Winter 2019): 9.
Leone, Mark P., Tracy Jenkins, Stefan Woehlke, Kathryn Deeley, Brittany Hutchinson, Elizabeth Pruitt, and Benjamin A. Skolnik. "How Can There Be No History?" Historical Archaeology, 53 (December 2019): 674-85.
Categories: Archaeology
McKnight, Matthew D., ed. The Archaeology of Colonial Maryland: Five Essays by Scholars of the Early Province. Crownsville, MD: Maryland Historical Trust Press, 2019.
Miller, Henry M. and Jay F. Custer. "Archeological Analysis of the Architecture and Landscape Features of the 17th-Century 'My Lord's Gift' Site (18QU30)." Maryland Archeology, 52 (March-September 2019): 9-40.
Parno, Travis. "Report from the Field: The Leonard Calvert House." A Briefe Relation, 39 (Winter 2019): 6-7.
Samford, Patricia. "An Unusual Earthenware Object from the Seventeenth-Century 'My Lord's Gift' Site (18QU30)." Maryland Archeology, 52 (March-September 2019): 79-86.
Schablitsky, Julie M., Kelsey E. Witt, Jazmin Ramos Madrigal, Martin R. Ellegaard, Ripan S. Malhi, and Hannes Schroeder. "Ancient DNA analysis of a nineteenth century tobacco pipe from a Maryland slave quarter." Journal of Archaeological Science, 105 (May 2019): 11-18.
Webster, Rebecca J. and Julia A. King. "From shell to glass: how beads reflect the changing cultural landscape of the seventeenth-century lower Potomac River valley." Southeastern Archaeology, 38 (August 2019): 142-59.
Brey, Jared. "Twice Bitten: After Two Rare Storms Inundate Ellicott City, Maryland, the Town Tries to Sort Through What Can Be Saved." Landscape Architecture, 109 (May 2019): 112-31.
Brown, David G. "How Was Resurrection Manor Lost?" Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Winter 2019): 4-10.
Flood, Jennifer. "The Final Step in the Salon Restoration." Riversdale, 46 (Summer 2019): 11.
Gale, Rebecca. "Work of Art: The Walters Art Museum's Hackerman House in Baltimore is Reimagined." Preservation, 71 (Winter 2019): 1-2.
Gale, Rebecca J. "Stairway to Heaven." Preservation, 71 (Winter 2019): 10-11.
Hall, Christopher. Abandoned Baltimore: Northside. America Through Time series. Charlestown, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2019.
Himmelheber, Peter. "From St. Barnards to a Plumbing Malfunction." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Fall 2019): 22-25.
Himmelheber, Peter. "Westbury Manor, 1642 to 1774: From Thomas Weston to Abraham Barnes." Chronicles of St. Mary's, (Fall 2019): 18-20.
Himmelheber, Peter. "Historic Preservation Month Reception." Then & Now, 48 (April-June 2019): 1.
Annotation / Notes: Snow Hill Manor.
Humphries, Lance and Roberta A. Mayer. "Gilding an Antebellum Baltimore Townhouse: The Lost Mansion of John Work Garrett and Mary Elizabeth Garrett." Nineteenth Century, 39 (Spring 2019): 14-23.