Institute of Museum
Sources of Information And Bibliography
Charles County, Maryland, School Board Minutes.
Clarence Kenneth Gregory, The Education of Blacks in Maryland: An
- African American Education in Southern Maryland from Segregation to
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
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
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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