Resources about Mount Clare and Artifact Collection:
Teresa S. Moyer, Ancestors of Worthy Life: Plantation Slavery and Black Heritage at Mount Clare University of Florida Press, 2015.
Mount Clare Museum House Website.
Baltimore City Archives - To access the collection at the Baltimore City Archives, you must make an appointment by calling 410-396, and you will need to also coordinate you schedule your visit with CHAP's staff archaeologist.
With These Hands, Exhibit Opening, Baltimore Visitors Center
Luke Broadwater, "City Seizes hundreds of artifacts from non-profit group in Carroll Park" Baltimore Sun, 29 December 2014.
Mark Reutter, "End of archaeological dig at Mt. Clare Mansion stirs controversy", Baltimore Brew, 23 December 2014.
African American Historic Sites in Baltimore:
A Lasting Legacy: Baltimore’s African American Heritage Passport
Paul Rucker, In Light of History, Light City Festival 2016 project reflecting on the slave auctioning sites on the Inner Harbor and surrounding streets
Articles about Wye Plantation, owned by Margaret Tilghman Carroll's family:
Morning Edition, "Plantation Dig Reveals Md. Town’s Painful Past", NPR, 20 October 2007.
John Noble Wilford, "An Abolitionist Leads the Way in Unearthing of Slaves' Past", The New York Times, 5 September 2006.
African American Historic Sites in Maryland:
Spiritual Practices of the African Diaspora Practiced in Maryland:
John Noble Wilford, "Under Maryland Street, Ties to African Past", The New York Times, 20 October 2008.
Julian Smith, "Unearthing Magic of Slaves and Immigrants", American Archaeology Vol. 19 No. 2, Summer 2015, 10 June 2015.
University of Maryland. "Archaeologists Find Unique, Early US Relic Of African Worship." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 23 October 2008.
National African American Historic Sites:
Network to Freedom, National Park Service
Interpretation of Slavery:
Tracing Center, "Best Practices in Slavery Interpretation"
Jamesa Gibson, "Five Historic Sites with Fresh Perspectives on interpreting Slavery and Freedom", National Trust for Historic Preservation, 24 April 2015.
David Amsden, "Building the First Slavery Museum in America", The New York Times, 26 February 2015.
Legacy of Slavery in Maryland, Maryland State Archives
Slave Narratives, Enoch Pratt Free Library: African American History & Culture
Slave Rebellions, Enoch Pratt Free Library: African American History & Culture
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers’ Project, 1936-1938, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress and Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress
Henderson Collection Collections Online: Maryland Historical Society’s Collections Online Database