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Bibliography of Secondary Sources Relating to Baltimore History

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SECONDARY SOURCES RELATING TO BALTIMORE HISTORY

based on the work of

Dean Krimmel, Anita Kassof, and Richard Longstreth

This bibliography was begun by Dean Krimmel in the late 1980s during the initial planning phase for the Baltimore City Life Museums’ long-term exhibition I AM THE CITY. In the spring of 1996, it was divided into the following sections to reflect the exhibition’s thematic organization, and subsequently amended to include a bibliography of built Baltimore by Richard Longstreth.  Suggestions for additions, updates, and reorganization are welcome.  Use the comments section of this web site.

I. City by the Water (1750-1850)

II. City of Neighborhoods (1850-1950)

III. City & Suburbs (1950-present)

IV. Baltimore & Maryland: An Overview (across eras)

V. The African-American Experience in Baltimore and Maryland (across eras)

VI. Selected Non-Baltimore/Maryland Sources on the African-American Experience

VII. Immigration and Ethnicity in Baltimore: A Selected Bibliography (across eras)

VIII. Coming to Baltimore: A Selected Bibliography on Immigration

IX. Built Baltimore by Richard Longstreth

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Terry Walbert permalink
    October 30, 2011 12:03 am

    What happened to the rest of the bibliography? In seems to end in the middle of part II.

    • Amy James permalink
      October 31, 2011 3:40 pm

      Terry, thanks so much for pointing this out. We have changed the format and added all the information that was missing before. Hope you find it helpful!

  2. Terry Walbert permalink
    November 1, 2011 12:40 am

    I appreciate it.

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