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Sources of Information And Bibliography

  • African American Education in Southern Maryland from Segregation to
    Integration
    , MD.DOC.850214
  • Charles County, Maryland, School Board Minutes.
  • Clarence Kenneth Gregory, The Education of Blacks in Maryland: An
    Historical Survey
    (Columbia University Teachers College,1976).
  • Jack d. Brown, William Diggs, et al, Charles County, Maryland: A History(1976)
  • John Hope Franklin and Alfred A. Moss, From Slavery to Freedom: A
    History of African Americans
    (1994).
  • Joseph L. Browne, "’Expenses Are Borne by the Parents": Freedmen’s Schools in Southern Maryland" in Maryland Historical Magazine (Winter 1991).
  • Linden S. Dodson and Jane Woolley, Community Organizations in Charles County (1943).
  • Memories and recollections of hundreds who were educated in the African-American Schools in Charles County, Maryland. This includes generous oral and written histories from the Bel Alton High School and Pomonkey High School Alumni Associations.
  • Maryland State Archives.
  • Rev. Richard McDuffie and Mr. Robert Cary, eds., A History of the 1 and 2 Room Schoolhouses in CharlesCounty (Charles County Retired Teachers Association, 1976).
  • Richard Walsh and William Lloyd Fox, eds., Maryland: A History, 1643-1974 (1974).
  • Robert J. Brugger, Maryland: A Middle Temperament, 1643-1980 (1980).

 


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