Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Richard B. Carmichael (1807-1884)
MSA SC 3520-1934

Sources:


Archival sources -

QUEEN ANNE'S CIRCUIT COURT (Miscellaneous Court Papers) 1855-1856, Phoebe Myers, MSA No.: T3273.

QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY COURT (Marriage Licenses) CR 4675-1, MSA CM831-1. Richard B. Carmichael and Elizabeth M. Hollyday, August 20, 1835.

QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY REGISTER OF WILLS (Wills) Liber TAB 2, Folio 22 [CR 56-3, CM869-16]. Richard B. Carmichael, November 5, 1884.

TALBOT COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT (Minutes) 1853-1868, MSA C 1892-3, 1/43/4/6.

U.S. Census Bureau (Census Record, MD) fro William Carmichael, 1830, Queen Anne's County, District 2, Page 176, Line 5 [MSA SM61-75, SCM 2067-1].

U.S. Census Bureau (Census Record, MD) for Richd. B. Carmichael, 1840, Queen Anne's County, Centreville District, Page 75, 10th line from bottom [MSA SM61-115, SCM 4723-2].

U.S. Census Bureau (Census Record, MD) for Richd. B. Carmichael, 1850, Queen Anne's County, District 5, Page 243, Line 12 [MSA SM61-144, SCM 1500-1].

U.S. Census Bureau (Census Record, MD) for R.B. Carmichael, 1850, Slaves, Queen Anne's County, District 5, Page 95, Line 36 [MSA SM61-170, SCM 1506-1].

U.S. Census Bureau (Census Record, MD) for Richard B. Carmichael, 1860, Queen Anne's County, District 5, Page 149, Line 38 [MSA SM61-215, SCM 7224-1].

U.S. Census Bureau (Census Record, MD) for Richard B. Carmichael, 1860, Slaves, Queen Anne's County, District 5, Page 30, Line 33 [MSA SM61-241, SCM 7230-4].

U.S. Census Bureau (Census Record, MD) for R.B. Carmichael, 1870, Queen Anne's County, District 5, Page


Books -

Judiciary Committee Chairmen: Maryland House of Delegates 1852 - 1985. Annapolis, MD: The Maryland State Archives, 1985.

Bond, Carroll T.  The Court of Appeals of Maryland, A History. Baltimore, MD: The Barton-Gillet Company, 1928.

Brugger, Robert J.  Maryland:  A Middle Temperament 1634-1980. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988.

Biographical Directory of the American Congress 1774-1961. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1961.

Eisenberg, Gerson G. Marylanders Who Served the Nation. Annapolis, MD: Maryland State Archives, 1992.

Emory, Frederic. Queen Anne's County, Maryland: Its Early History and Development. Baltimore, MD: The Maryland Historical Society, 1950. Originally published in the Centreville Observer, 1886 -1887.

Marks, Bayly Ellen and Mark Norton Schatz, eds.  Between North and South: A Maryland Journalist Views the Civil War. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1976.

Papenfuse, Edward C., ed.  Archives of Maryland New Series I: An Historical List of Public Officials of Maryland. Vol. 1: 1632 - 1990. Annapolis, MD:  Maryland State Archives, 1990.

Scharf, J. Thomas. History of Maryland from the Earliest Period to the Present Day. 1879. Reprint, Hatboro, PA: Tradition Press, 1967.


Newspapers and Journals -

"Appointment."  The Annapolis Gazette, 29 April 1858.

"Excitement in Maryland." The New York Times, 29 May 1862: 1.

"Affairs in Philadelphia." The Baltimore Sun, 12 July 1862: 4.

"Judge Carmichael." The Baltimore Sun, 24 October 1862: 2.

"Release of Political Prisoners." The Baltimore Sun, 1 December 1862: 1.

"Judge Carmichael." The Baltimore Sun, 8 December1862: 2.

"Resignation of Judge Carmichael." The Baltimore Sun, 14 January 1864: 2.

"Constitutional Convention: Views of Judge Carmichael and Henry Page." The Baltimore Sun, 15 January 1884: 3.

"Ex Parte Merryman." The Maryland Historical Magazine 56.4 (1961): 384-398.

"Heroic Figure or Traitor?" The Sun Magazine, 10 June 1973.

"Judge Carmichael Dead. Close of an Honored Career. Lawyer, Judge and Statesman."  The Baltimore Sun, 22 October 1884.

Clark, Charles B. "Suppression and Control of Maryland, 1861-1865: A Study of Federal-State Relations during Civil Conflict." The Maryland Historical Magazine 54.3 (1959): 241-271.

Paca, Edmund C., ed. "'Tim's Black Book': The Civil War Diary of Edward Tilghman Paca, Jr., CSA." The Maryland Historical Society 89.4 (1994): 453-466.

Steiner, Bernard C. "James Alfred Pearce." The Maryland Historical Magazine 19.2 (1924): 162-179.


Web sources -

Biographical Directory of the United States Congress 1774-Present.  "Carmichael, Richard Bennett, 1807-1884."
http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=C000160


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