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Genealogical Sources in Periodicals at the Maryland State Archives

The purpose of this Bibliography is to enable patrons of the Maryland State Archives to locate genealogical articles in the periodicals found in the Archives' Library. Such articles are extremely helpful, only if they can be located and used.

Entries are arranged by family name, county, and topic (e.g. "African American," "Migration," "War of 1812," etc.)

The last comprehensive bibliography of Maryland genealogical articles is Thomas L. Hollowak's "Maryland Genealogy and Family History: A Bibliography, 1987-1989," MGSB 33 (3) (Summer 1992) 484-530. The Maryland Historical Magazine publishes annual bibliographies of Marylandiana, but genealogical source materials and family histories are largely ignored.

Sources Checked and Abbreviations

Flower of  the Forest: A Black Genealogical Journal, Agnes Kane Callum, Founder and Editor. Bibliography of Articles from 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, and 1994 (the complete MSA Collection as of June 2001)
MGSB: Bibliography of Articles from the Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin: checked vols. 27 through vol. 44 (3)
MHM: Selected articles from the Maryland Historical Magazine 1 (1906),  3-4, 6-34 (1939).
Readings, published by the Anne Arundel Co. Genealogical Society. Vol. 1 to date.
WMG: Bibliography of articles from Western Maryland Genealogy; checked vols. 1 through vol. 18 (3), 19 (1).

Contributors to the Bibliography

Audrey Bagby of the Anne Arundel Co. Genealogical Society.
Robert Barnes, Reference Archivist, Maryland State Archives.
Miss Hale, Reference Archivist, Maryland State Archives.
Douglas Haymann of the Anne Arundel Co. Genealogical Society
Donna Valley Russell, founder and original publisher of Western Maryland Genealogy

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