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Citations

Baltimore Museum of Industry. “Makin’ Bacon: 125 Years of Meat Packing in Baltimore.” Exhibit pamphlet, 1983.

Boyanowski, Stephanie A. “Life in the Canneries at the Turn of the Century: Teacher Guide.” Edited by Jerome Bird. http://www.pride2.org/NewPrideSite/MD/Lesson6/Lesson6_Guide.html.

Bruchey, Eleanor. “The Industrialization of Maryland, 1860-1914.” In Maryland: A History, 1632-1974. Edited by Richard Walsh and William Lloyd Fox. Baltimore, 1974, 396-491.

Built Baltimore: City Limits? Blog. http://builtbaltimore.blogspot.com/2010/01/city-limits.html.

Burton, R. Lee. Canneries of the Eastern Shore. Centreville, Maryland: Tidewater Publishers, 1986.

Fee, Elizabeth, Shopes, Linda, and Linda Zeidman, eds. The Baltimore Book: New Views of Local History. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1991.

Frankel, Jeffrey A. “The Journal of Economic History." The 1807-1809 Embargo Against Great Britain. 42(1982): 291-308.

Kasper, Rob. Baltimore Beer: A Satisfying History of Charm City Brewing. Charleston: The History Press, 2012.

Kee, Ed. Saving Our Harvest: The Story of the Mid-Atlantic Region's Canning and Freezing Industry. Baltimore: CTI Publications, 2006.

Keith, Robert C. Baltimore Harbor: A Picture History. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991.

Keuchel, Edward F. “Master of the Art of Canning: Baltimore, 1860-1900.” Maryland Historical Magazine. 67(1972): 351-362.

Maryland Historical Trust. “National Register of Historic Places: Properties in Baltimore City.” Maryland Historical Trust. http://mht.maryland.gov/nr/NRCountyList.aspx?COUNTY=Baltimore%20City

Matthews, Ellen Nathalie. “Children in Fruit and Vegetable Canneries: A Survey in Seven States.” US Department of Labor, Publication No. 198. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1925.

McCormick Corporation. “Company History.” McCormick Corporation. http://www.mccormickcorporation.com/OurCompany/CompanyHistory.aspx.

McGrain, John W. “’Good Bye Old Burr’: The Roller Mill Revolution in Maryland, 1882.” Maryland Hisotrical Magazine. 77(1982): 154-71.

O'Prey, Maureen, and Hugh Sisson. Brewing in Baltimore. Charleston: Arcadia Pub, 2011.

Sears, Louis M. "British Industry and the American Embargo." The Quarterly Journal of Economics. 34(1919): 88-113.

Sharrer, G. Terry. “Flour Milling in the Growth of Baltimore, 1750-1830.” Maryland Historical Magazine. 71(1976): 322-323.

Sharrer, G. T. "The Merchant-Millers: Baltimore's Flour Milling Industry, 1783-1860." Agricultural History. 56(1982): 138-150.

Sheller, Tina. “The Food Processing Industry in Baltimore: A Brief History.” Unpublished paper, on file in the Research Center, Baltimore Museum of Industry, 2003.

Sherwood, John. Maryland’s Vanishing Lives. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994.

Maryland State Archives. To Market: Packing and Canning Industries in Maryland. Teaching American History in Maryland: Documents for the Classroom. http://teachingamericanhistorymd.net/000001/000000/000162/html/t162.html.

Wennersten, John R. The Oyster Wars of Chesapeake Bay. Centreville, Maryland: Tidewater Publishers, 1981.

Zembala, Dennis M., ed. Baltimore: Industrial Gateway on the Chesapeake Bay. The Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1995.