Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Hannah Lee Plater
MSA SC 3520-2233
Wife of George Plater, Governor of  Maryland 1791-1792

Sources:


Newspaper/Magazine Articles -

Janofsky, Michael.  "A Plantation in Maryland Serves as a Symbol of Reconciliation," source unknown.

McKenna, Marian. "Sotterley, St. Mary's County." Maryland Historical Magazine 46, no. 3 (September 1951): 173-188.

Spinner, Jackie.  "Saving Sotterley:  The Story of Two Families Is Preserved--As Long as the Houses Stand," The Washington Post, 27 June 1996.


Other Materials -

Bowie, Effie Gwynn.  Across the Years in Prince George's County.  Virginia: Garrett and Massie Incorporated, 1947.

Malone, Dumas and Allen Johnson, eds.  Dictionary of American Biography, Vol. VII.  New York:  Charles Scribner & Sons, 1934.

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