| || Details||Binder 1 contains the following publications: Goldin, Claudia Dale. Urban Slavery in the American South (1820-1860): A Quantitative History. 1976; Monkkonen, Eric H. America Becomes Urban: The Development of U.S. Cities & Towns (1780-1980). 1988; Wade, Richard C. Slavery in the Cities: The South (1820-1860). 1964; Jordan, Winthrop D. White Over Black: American Attitudes Toward the Negro (1550-1812). 1968; Davis, David Brion. The Problem of Slavery in Western Culture. 1966. Binder 2 contains publications and excerpts from various articles: Nash, Gary B. The Urban Crucible: Social Change, Political Consciousness, and the Origins of the American Revolution. 1979; Mohl, Raymond. Poverty in New York (1783-1825). 1971; Blackmar, Elizabeth. Manhattan for Rent, 1785-1850; Norton, Mary Beth. Liberty’s Daughters: The Revolutionary Experience of American Women, 70-1800, ; Hufton, Olwen. Women and the Family Economy in Eighteenth-Century France; Abbott, Carl. The Neighborhoods of New York, 1760-1775; Natalie, Zemon Davis. Women in the Crafts in Sixteenty-Century Lyon. Binder 3 contains: Chapelle, Howard I. The History of The American Sailing Navy: The Ships and Their Development; also contains sections labeled, Subscription Ships, Sailing Ships, Quasi-War 2/97-10/98, Quasi-War 11/98-3/99, Quasi-War 4/99-7/99, Quasi-War 8/99-12/99. Binder 4 contains 2 sections, (1) Land Records (2) Inventories. Binder 5 contains miscellaneous papers and sketches some of which are titled: The Captain Pitt House Site (The Fisher Site) 18BC2 (plus sketches and notes), an appendix 1 showing, Commercial Vessels Build in Baltimore (1795-1835 Leading Shipbuilders in Fells Point (1795-1835), Fells Point Vessels/Statistical Recap, Details on Hope/Hannibal (includes a sketch), a table showing Slaveholding Shipbuilders, Number of Slaves Owned as shown in US Census; Shipyards & Slave Labor. 12 folders labeled: Correspondence; Eleanor misc info; Fells Point—General Information; Flags-Mystic Seaport; Graphs, Charts & Tables; Heritage; Kemp, Thomas; MHS: Document List; Maryland Council Notes; Quasi War; Reference/Bibliographies.