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Kaminski, John P.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Moore, Timothy D. (Historian); Lannér-Cusin, Johanna E.; Schoenleber, Charles H.; Reid, Jonathan M.; Flamingo, Margaret R.; Fields, David P. (ed.) / Ratification of the Constitution by the states: Maryland (1)
11 (2015)

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NOTE ON SOURCES
* Thomas Johnson: Edward S. Delaplaine, The Life of Thomas Johnson
(New York, 1927).
* Luther Martin: Paul S. Clarkson and R. Samuel Jett, Luther Martin
of Maryland (Baltimore, 1970), and William L. Reynolds III, "Luther
Martin, Maryland and the Constitution," Maryland Law Review, 47
(1987), 291-321.
*James McHenry: Bernard C. Steiner, The Life and Correspondence of
James McHenry (Cleveland, Ohio, 1907); Karen Robbins, "Ambition Re-
warded: James McHenry's Entry into Maryland Politics," MHM, 93
(1998), 191-214; and Robbins, " 'Domestic Bagatelles': Servants, Gen-
erations, and Gender in the McHenry Family of the Early Republic,"
MHM, 104 (2009), 31-51.
*John Francis Mercer: James Mercer Garnett, "John Francis Mercer:
Governor of Maryland, 1801 to 1803," MHM, 2 (1907), 191-213.
* William Paca: Gregory A. Stiverson and Phebe R. Jacobsen, William
Paca: A Biography (Baltimore, 1976) and Albert Silverman, "William
Paca, Signer, Governor, Jurist," MHM, 37 (1942), 1-25.
* William Pinkney: Max P. Allen, "William Pinkney's First Public Ser-
vice," MHM, 39 (1944), 277-92; Allen, "William Pinkney's Public Ca-
reer, 1788-1796," MHM, 40 (1945), 211-29, and Robert M. Ireland,
The Legal Career of William Pinkney (New York, 1986).
* Tilghman Family: Jennifer Anne Bryan, "The Tilghmans of Mary-
land's Eastern Shore, 1660-1793" (Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland,
College Park, 1999) and Bryan, " 'The Horrors of Civil War': The Tilgh-
man Family in the American Revolution," MHM, 103 (2008), 33-61.
Norman K. Risjord, in his Builders of Annapolis: Enterprise and Politics
in a Colonial Capital (Baltimore, 1997), has biographical chapters on
several of the above, namely, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Samuel
Chase, and William Paca (and his wife). He also has a chapter on the
Green family, owners and publishers of the Annapolis Maryland Gazette.
Biographies of the four Federalists and four Antifederalists candi-
dates for election to represent Montgomery County in the Maryland
Convention to ratify the Constitution may be found in Jane C. Sween,
"Maryland and Montgomery County in the Evolution of the United
States Constitution," The Montgomery County Story, 30 (1987), 8-13.
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