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Blumber, Arnold. When Washington Burned: An Illustrated History of the War of 1812. Philadelphia: Casemate, 2012.
Category: Military | War of 1812

Blumberg, Arnold. When Washington Burned: an illustrated history of the War of 1812. Havertown, PA: Casemate Publishers, 2012.
Category: Military | War of 1812

Bolton, Nelson Mott and Christopher T. George. “Captain Henry Thompson’s First Baltimore Horse Artillery in the Defense of Baltimore in the War of 1812.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 108 (Winter 2013): 420-44.

Bonner, John. “Kent Island’s Involvement in the War of 1812.” Isle of Kent, (Winter 2006): 1-2, 7.

Broadwater, Jeff. “James Madison, the War of 1812 and the Paradox of a Republican Presidency.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 109 (Winter 2014): 428-51.

Brodine, Charles E., Jr. “War Visits the Chesapeake.” Naval History, 28 (October 2014): 16-24.

Brodine, Charles E., Jr., Michael J. Crawford, and Christine F. Hughes. Against All Odds: U.S. Sailors in the War of 1812. Washington, DC: Naval Historical Center, 2004.
Category: Maritime | Military | War of 1812

Cassell, Frank A. "Baltimore in 1813: A Study of Urban Defense in the War of 1812." Military Affairs, 33 (Decmeber 1969): 349-61.

Cassell, Frank A. Merchant Congressman in the Young Republic: Samuel Smith of Maryland. Madison: The University Press of Wisconsin, 1971.
Annotations / Notes: Samuel Smith epitomizes the history of Baltimore City during the early republic. An officer during the Revolution and the commander of the forces that defended the city against the British attack in 1813, a member of an important merchant family whose economic connections helped him establish a political power base that stretched almost five decades, and sometimes brought him to the brink of economic ruin, he was a major political figure from George Washington's presidency through Andrew Jackson's. His career also reveals the elusiveness of political labels. As a Republican leader in the 1790s, he opposed the policies of the Federalists and supported those of Thomas Jefferson, but he and his brother Robert Smith had a falling out with James Madison, and by the 1830s he was courted by the more democratic Jacksonians who refused to anoint his kin as party leaders.

Cheek, Charles D., Joseph Balicki, and John Pousson. “On the shore dimly seen…”:An archaeological overview, Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, Baltimore, Maryland. Alexandria, VA: John Milner Associates, Inc., 2000.

Clifford, James. “Fort McHenry, Maryland.” On Point: Journal of Army History, 20 (Fall 2014): 44-47.

Clifford, James. “The Battles That Saved America: North Point and Baltimore, September 1814.” On Point: Journal of Army History, 10 (no. 2, 2004): 9-15.

Crawford, Michael J., ed. The Naval War of 1812: A Documentary History. Volume III. Chesapeake Bay, Northern Lakes, and Pacific Ocean. Washington, DC: Naval Historical Center, Department of the Navy, 2002.

Cummins, Robert Towles, Jr. Heritage of Courage: A Bicentennial Celebration of the Society of the War of 1812 in Maryland. Tamarac, FL: Llumina Press, 2012.

Deros, Julia. “Too fleet for any frigate John Bull had. Baltimore’s Privateers and the War of 1812.” History Trails of Baltimore County, 44 (Summer 2014): 1-4.

Deutsch, Alexandra. “Bombs Bursting in Air…Or Not.” MdHS News, (Spring 2012): 8.
Category: Military | War of 1812

Deutsch, Alexandra. “In Full Glory Reflected: Maryland During the War of 1812, an exhibition preview.” MdHS News, (Spring 2012): 10-15.

Dudley, William S. The Naval War of 1812: A Documentary History, Volume II, 1813. Naval Historical Center, Department of the Navy, Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1992.
Category: Maritime | Military | War of 1812

Duyer, Linda. “The Battle of Ice Mound.” Shoreline, 19 (July 2012): 4.

Eaton, H. B. "Bladensburg." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research [Great Britain] 55 (1977): 8-14.