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Shomette, Donald G. Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay, and Other Tales of the Lost Chesapeake. Centreville, MD: Tidewater, 1996.
Annotations / Notes: Underwater archaeology.

Simms, Kristin N. “The Swanson Creek Oil Spill: Rights and Responsibilities in the Clean-up and Restoration.” Calvert Historian, 30 (2003): 43-49.

Skinner, Vernon L., Jr. Abstracts of the Debt Books of the Provincial Land Office of Maryland, Charles County. 4 vols. Baltimore: Clearfield, 2013.

Skinner, Vernon L., Jr. Abstracts of the Debt Books of the Provincial Land Office of Maryland, St. Mary's County. 3 vols. Baltimore: Clearfield, 2013.

Steers, Edward, Jr. “Maryland, My Maryland: Charles County and the War of Northern Aggression.” North & South, 6 (no. 2, 2003): 42-51.
Category: Military | Charles County

Steers, Edward. The Escape and Capture of John Wilkes Booth. Brandywine, MD: Marker Tours, 1983.

Sugarman, Joe. “La Plata Rising.” Chesapeake Life, 10 (May/June 2003): 60-65, 106.

Susan Shaffer. King, Julia, Christine Arnold-Lourie, and Pathways to History: Charles County, Maryland, 1658-2008. Mount Victoria, MD: Smallwood Foundation, 2008.

Thompson, Neil D. "Walter Story of Charles County, Maryland, Father and Son." American Genealogist, 51 (July 1975): 147-50.

Tidwell, William A. "Booth Crosses the Potomac: An Exercise in Historical Research." Civil War History 36 (December 1990): 325-33.

Tidwell, William A. "Charles County: Confederate Cauldron." Maryland Historical Magazine 91 (Spring 1996): 16-27.
Annotations / Notes: Although largely rural and poorly populated, Charles County played an important role during the Civil War. A very large number of its citizens were actively involved in Confederate activities to the point where Charles County could be seen as a Confederate underground. The most well known related event was John Wilkes Booth's escape attempt through the County.

Tinney, Jason. “The Changing Face of Charles.” Maryland Life, 5 (September/October 2009): 60-64.

Tinney, Jason. “The Rebirth of Bel Alton.” Maryland Life, 5 (September/October 2009): 64.

Trostel, Michael F. "Saint Thomas Manor." The Record 28 (May 1983): 1-3
Annotations / Notes: Charles County structure.

Vogt, Peter R. "Southern Maryland in Deep Time; A Brief History of our Geology, Part II: The Post-Breakup Sediment Wedge." Bugeye Times 23 (Spring 1998): 1, 6-7.

Walsh, Lorena S. "Charles County, Maryland, 1658-1705: A Study of Chesapeake Social and Political Structure." Ph.D. diss., Michigan State University, 1977.

Walsh, Lorena S. "Land, Landlord, and Leaseholder: Estate Management and Tenant Fortunes in Southern Maryland, 1642-1820." Agricultural History 59 (July 1985): 373-396.
Annotations / Notes: Based on the astonishing records of a Jesuit-owned estate in Charles County that lasted for 175 years, Walsh examined 233 tenants, and the effect of their short term vs. long term leases on resource waste or conservation. The story explains how owners used leasing as a means for plantation development and as an alternative to slave labor.

Walsh, Lorena S. "Servitude and Opprtunity in Charles County, Maryland, 1658-1705." In Law, Society, and Politics in Early Maryland, Aubrey C. Land, Lois Green Carr, and Edward C. Papenfuse, eds. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1977, pp. 111-33.

Walsh, Lorena S. "Staying Put or Getting Out: Findings for Charles County, Maryland, 1650-1720." William and Mary Quarterly (3d. series), 44 (January 1987): 89-103.

Walsh, Lorena S. "The Historian as Census Taker: Individual Reconstitution and the Reconstruction of Censuses for a Colonial Chesapeake County." William and Mary Quarterly 3rd series, 38 (April 1981): 242-60.
Annotations / Notes: Walsh uses methods drawn from community studies to reconstitute a census for adult white males in Charles County in 1705, based upon a provincial census and rent rolls from the period. She argues that such methods provide the researcher the opportunity to establish reasonable accurate profiles of Chesapeake society in the colonial period.