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Marshall Hall and Early Maryland History Sources:

Bell, Alexander H. "Marshall-Dent Family Notes." National Genealogical Society Quarterly, 19 (1931), 1-4.

Bell, Alexander H. "Some Maryland and Virginia Ancestors: Dent, Wilkinson, Marshall, Brooke, Fowke, Harrison, etc." National Genealogical Society Quarterly, 20 (1932), 86-96.

Bell, Alexander H. A Daughter of Maryland was the Mother of Texas: Mrs. Jane Herbert (Wilkinson) Long. Washington, DC, 1937.

Berkley, Henry J. "Maryland Physicians at the Period of the Revolutionary War." Maryland Historical Magazine, 24 (1929), 1-10.

Carr, Lois Green, and Lorena S. Walsh. "The Planter's Wife: The Experience of White Women in Seventeenth-Century Maryland." TheWilliam and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 34 (1977), 542-571.

Delaplaine, Edward S. Francis Scott Key: Life and Times. Brooklyn, NY, 1937.

Duncan, Louis C. Medical Men in the American Revolution, 1775-1783. Carlisle Barracks, PA, 1943.

Earle, Carville V. The Evolution of a Tidewater Settlement System: All Hallow's Parish, Maryland. 1650-1783. Chicago, 1975.

Ferguson, Alice L., and Henry B. Ferguson. The Piscataway Indians of Southern Maryland. Accokeek, MD, 1960.

Fields, Barbara J., Slavery and Freedom on the Middle Ground: Maryland during the Nineteenth Century. New Haven, 1985.

Forman, H. Chandler. Early Manor and Plantation Houses of Maryland: An Architectural and Historical Compendium, 1634-1800... Sketches. 2nd edition. Baltimore, 1982.

Forman, H. Chandler. Old Buildings, Gardens, and Furniture in Tidewater Maryland. Cambridge, MD, 1967.

Gerald, Herbert P. "Marshall Bible Records." National Genealogical Society Quarterly, 15 (1927), 36-41.

Gerald, Herbert P. "Marshall Hall Burying Ground at Marshall Hall, Md." Maryland Historical Magazine, 24 (1929), 172-176.

Hoffman, Ronald. A Spirit of Dissension: Economics, Politics, and the Revolution in Maryland. Baltimore, 1973.

Hughes, Brady A. and Sarah S. Hughes. A Historical Study of the Marshall Hall Site, 1634 to 1984. National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Contract CX 3000-4-0154, 1985.

Humphrey, Robert L., and Mary E. Chambers. Ancient Washington: American Indian Cultures of the Potomac Valley. Washington, DC, 1977.

Jackson, Donald, ed. The Diaries of George Washington: 6 Volumes. Charlottesville, VA, 1976-1980.

Kellock, Katharine A. Colonial Piscataway. Accokeek, MD, 1962.

Kendall-Lowther, Minnie. Marshall Hall and Other Potomac Points in Story and Picture. Washington, DC, 1925.

Klapthor, Margaret B., and Paul D. Brown. The History of Charles County, Maryland: Written in Its Tercentenary Year of 1958. LaPlata, MD, 1958.

Long, Susan. Historic Structure Report, Architectural Data Section for Marshall Hall, Piscataway Park. National Park Service, Denver Service Center, 1983.

Main, Gloria L. Tobacco Colony: Life in Early Maryland, 1650-1720. Princeton, NJ, 1983.

Middleton, Arthur M. Tobacco Coast: A Maritime History of Chesapeake Bay in the Colonial Era. 1953. Reprint. Baltimore, MD, 1984.

Meyer, Sam. Paradoxes of Fame: the Francis Scott Key Story. Annapolis, MD, 1995.

Scharf, J. Thomas. History of Maryland From the Earliest Period to the Present Day. 1879. Reprint. NY, 1967.

Skordas, Gust, ed.The Early Settlers of Maryland. Baltimore, MD, 1968.

Walsh, Richard, and William L. Fox, eds. Maryland: A History. Annapolis, MD, 1983.

Warren, Mame, and Marion E. Warren. Maryland Time Exposures, 1840-1940. Baltimore, MD, 1984.

Whitecraft, Melissa. Francis Scott Key. NY, 1994.

Wright, F. Edward. Maryland Militia: War of 1812. Volume 5, St. Mary's and Charles Counties. Silver Spring, MD, 1983.


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