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Bridgall, Beatrice L. and Edmund W. Gordon. “The Nurturance of African American Scientific Talent.” Journal of African American History, 89 (no. 4, 2004): 331-47.

Bridglall, Beatrice L. and Edmund W. Gordon. “The Nurturance of African American Scientific Talent.” Journal of African American History, 89 (no. 4, 2004): 331-47.

Brill, Robert H. and Hanson, Victor F. "Chemical Analyses of Amelung Glasses." Journal of Glass Studies, 18 (1976): 215-37.

Brinkley, M. Kent. "Fences in the Colonial Chesapeake: A Look Back at the Historic Types and Uses of Mid-Atlantic Fencing." Landscape Architecture 89 (May 1999): 75, 96, 98-99.

Brooks, Kenneth F., Jr. "My Favorite Museum." Mid-Atlantic Country 10 (October 1989): 24-25, 67
Annotations / Notes: Calvert Marine Museum.

Brooks, William K. The Oyster. 1891; reprint, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1966.

Broughton, Peter. "Arthur Storer of Maryland: His Astronomical Work and His Family Ties with Newton." Journal for the History of Astronomy [Gret Britain], 19 (May 1988): 77-96.

Brown, Julie K. "The Baltimore & Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroad Displays: Chicago World's Columbian Exposition 1893." History of Photography [London] 24 (Summer 2000): 155-62.

Brown, Russell, and Melvin Brown. Herbaceous Plants of Maryland. College Park: University of Maryland Bookstore, 1984.

Brown, William H. The History of the First Locomotives in America. New York: D. Appleton, 1871.
Annotations / Notes: Includes an account and a dramatic fold-out illustration of the famous race between the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's early locomotive, the Tom Thumb , and the horse.

Byron, Gilbert. "The Old Chester River Bridge." Chesapeake Bay Magazine 16 (September 1986): 44-45.

Calderwood, Paul T. "The Keyser Ridge Creamery." Glades Star 5 (September 1977): 33-35.

Calhoun, David Hovey. The American Civil Engineer. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1960.
Annotations / Notes: Discusses Benjamin Henry Latrobe as engineer and other early civil engineers in Maryland whose work on the state's turnpikes, canals, and railroads laid the foundation for the civil engineering profession in America.

Cammack, Shirley. "James Kernan's Enterprise: From a Burlesque House to a Hospital." Baltimore, 69 (Juuly 1976): 58-61
Annotations / Notes: James Kernan (1838-1912).

Canby, Thomas Y. "Montgomery General - America's Most Rural Hospital." Montgomery County Story, 23 (February 1980): 1-8.

Canby, Tom. "The Biggest Thing in Sandy Spring." Legacy, 15 (Fall 1995): 1-2.

Canby, Tom. "Windmills Drew a Family's Water." Legacy 20 (Winter 2000): 1, 7.

Caplinger, Michael W. Bridges Over Time: A Technological Context for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Main Stem at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia Press, 1997.

Carlson, Robert E. "British Railroads and Engineers and the Beginnings of American Railroad Development." Business History Review 34 (1960): 137-149.

Carmer, Carl. The Susquehanna. New York: Rinehart, 1955.
Annotations / Notes: One of the prestigious "Rivers of America" series, and for Marylanders a book-end volume to Frederick Gutheim's The Potomac. This is popular history at its best: powerfully-written, anecdotal--and what anecdotes! The story of Thomas Cresap is alone worth checking the book out of the library. Covers the downriver ark traffic and the attempts of steamboats to conquer the rocky and unruly Susquehanna.