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MSA SC 5865-11-6
CollectionPhebe Robinson Jacobsen Research Collection
Carr and Walsh
Draft: Carr, Lois Green and Lorena S. Walsh. The Planter's Wife: The Experience of White Women in Seventeenth-Century Maryland. 1976.; Draft: Carr, Lois Green. The First Expedition to Maryland.; Draft: Carr, Lois Green. Genealogy and Public Records of Colonial Maryland. 1971.; Speech: Carr, Lois G. The Clocker Family of St. Mary's. 1971; Speech: Carr, Lois G. John Hicks and His Neighborhood. 1972.; Article: Menard, Russell R., Lois Green Carr, and Lorena S. Walsh. "A Small Planter's Profit: The Cole Estate and the Growth of the Early Chesapeake Economy." The William and Mary Quarterly. April 1983.; Draft: Carr, Lois Green. Sources of Political Stability and Upheaval in Seventeenth Century Maryland.

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