Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Anne Catharine Hoof Green (c. 1720-1775)
MSA SC 3520-14736

Sources:


Archival sources -

PREROGATIVE COURT (Accounts) Anne Catherine Green, 1769, Volume 60 page 210 [MSA  S531-60, 1/11/4/20]

PREROGATIVE COURT (Inventories) Anne Catherine Green, 1775, Volume 119 page 344 [MSA S534-120, 1/12/2/18]

PREROGATIVE COURT (Testamentary Papers) Administration Bond for the estate of Ann Catharine Green, 1775, Box 84 Folder 11, MdHR 1331-84-11 [MSA  S541-93, 1/13/1/44]

GENERAL ASSEMBLY (Law Record) Act of 1768 Chapter 18 "An Act for the speedy and effectual Publication of the Laws of this Province and for the Encouragement of Anne Catharine Green of the City of Annapolis Printer", Volume HS #1 [MSA S973-13, 2/19/2/13]
As published in J. Hall Pleasants, ed. Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, 1766-1768, Archives of Maryland, vol. 61 (Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1944), 455-458.

PROVINCIAL COURT (Land Records) "Indenture" transferring ownership of property from Benjamin Ogle to Anne Catharine Green, 1770, [MSA SM 22-29,30] As published in Provincial Court Land Records, 1770-1774, Archives of Maryland, volume 726, p. 7-8.


Books/essays -

Marianne Ellis Alexander, "Anne Catherine Green, 1720-1775: Public Printer," in Notable Maryland Women (Cambridge, Md: Tidewater Publishers, 1977), 169-171.

Lois Green Carr, "Green, Anne Catherine Hoof," in Notable American Women, 1607-1950: A Biographical Dictionary, Vol. II (Cambridge, Ma., Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1971), 80-81.

Carolyn B. Stegman, Women of Achievement in Maryland History (University Park, Md: Women of Achievement, Inc., 2002), 320.

Joseph Towne Wheeler. The Maryland Press 1777-1790 (Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1938), 65-66.

Lawrence C. Wroth,  A History of Printing in Colonial Maryland: 1686-1776 (Baltimore: Typothetae of Baltimore, 1922), 75-87.

Leona M. Hudak, "Anne Catharine (Hoof) Green (1767-1775)," in Early American Women Printers and Publishers, 1639-1820 (Metuchen, N.J.: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1978), 265-299, 748-751.

Martha Joanne King, "Anne Catharine Green," in Making an Impression: Women printers in the Southern colonies in the Revolutionary Era, (The College of William and Mary, 1992), 75-118.

Peter Onuf, Maryland and the Empire, 1773: The Antilon-First Citizen Letters, (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1974).

Elihu Riley, ‘The Ancient City’: A History of Annapolis, in Maryland: 1649-1887, (Annapolis, MD: Record Printing Office, 1887).


Newspaper/journal articles -

The Maryland Gazette, 16 April 1767.

The Maryland Gazette, 9 September 1773.

The Maryland Gazette, 30 March 1775.

David C. Skaggs, "Editorial Policies of the Maryland Gazette, 1765-1783," Maryland Historical Magazine 59 (1964), 341-349.

"Gazette publisher inducted into Women's Hall of Fame." The Capital, 18 March 2010.

Margot Mohsbert, "Ink Trails Through Home," The Capitol, 15 May 2001. http://www.hometownannapolis.com/hist_jonasgreenhouse.html, (accessed 27 July 2010).


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