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Rowland, Tim. Earth to Hagerstown: Time Moves on in a Town that Doesn’t. Hagerstown, MD: High Peaks Publishing, 2005.

Rubin, Mary H. Hagerstown. Then and Now series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2010.

Rubin, Mary H. Williamsport. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2005.

Schildt, John W. "Custer Rested and Dined in Smithsburg on Sunday, July 5, 1863." Cracker Barrel 18 (August 1988): 9.

Schmedeman, Phillip. “Analysis of D. H. Hill’s Division at Antietam.” Military Collector and Historian, 63 (Winter 2011): 247-49.

Schooley, Patricia. Architectural and Historic Treasures of Washington County, Maryland. Keedysville, MD: Washington County Historical Trust, 2002.

Sears, Stephen W. "The Terrible Price of Freedom." American Heritage, 40 (April 1989); 92-99, 101-4.
Annotations / Notes: Antietam

Sears, Stephen W. Landscape Turned Red: The Battle of Antietam. New Haven, CT: Ticknor and Fields, 1983.

Sears, Stephen W. “Antietam 1862: ‘The Roar and Rattle’.” MHQ: Quarterly Journal of Military History, 22 (Summer 2010): 24-35.

Sears, Stephen W. “High Stakes at Antietam.” American Heritage, 62 (Summer 2012): 40-47.

Shank, Christopher. "Wings Over Hagerstown: Experiencing the Second World War in Western Maryland." Maryland Historical Magazine 88 (Winter 1993): 444-61.
Annotations / Notes: During World War II the growth of the Fairchild Aircraft Corporation in Hagerstown had a social and economic impact on the community. However, for a variety of reasons the city was not radically changed by this growth. The community was not greatly disrupted. In part, this was because the workers employed by the Corporation were local. There was no large influx of immigrant workers, thus the community did not have to change to meet their needs. Mention is also made of Triumph Industries activities in Elkton.

Shingleton, Mrs. P. D. "Abstracts of Minutes of the Orphans' Court, Washington County, Md." Maryland Delaware Genealogist, 21 (January 1980): 12-13; (April 1980): 38-39.

Shingleton, Mrs. P.D. "Abstracts of Minutes of the Orphan's Court, Washington Co., Md." Maryland and Delaware Genealogist, 22 (January 1981): 8-9; (April 1981): 34-35; (July 1981): 60-61; (October 1981): 96-97.

Shingleton, Mrs. P.D. "Abstracts of Minutes of the Orphans' Court Washington County, Maryland." Maryland and Delaware Genealogist, 20 (July 1979): 86-87.

Shingleton, Mrs. P.D. "Washington County, Maryland, Balance Books: Estates." Maryland and Delaware Genealogist, 15 (January 1974): 17; (July 1974): 63; (October 9174): 85.

Shingleton, P. D. "Abstracts of Minutes of the Orphan's Court, Washington, Co., Md." Maryland and Delaware Genealogist, 23 (Spring 1982): 36-37; (Summer 1982): 66-67.

Sieg, Kent G. “Fort Ritchie: Continuing Legacy of a Secret Defense Site.” Journal of America’s Military Past, 30 (no. 3, 2004-05): 64-70.

Sims, Diana J. "Washington County." Mid-Atlantic Country 12 (January 1991): WM5, WM8-10.

Smeltzer, Harry. “Antietam’s Fury Devastates the Rouletter Farm.” Civil War Times, 49 (October 2010): 26-27.

Smith, Grafton V., Tom Boyce, and R. Michael Stewart. "Two Stone Pipes from Martin's Meadow: 18WA23." Maryland Archeology, 18 (Marhc 1982): 29-31.