Lois Green Carr
Born at Holyoke, Massachusetts, March 7, 1922
Harvard University, Ph.D., 1968 (History).
Radcliffe College, A.M., 1944.
Swarthmore College, A.B., 1943. High Honors in History.
1967-present. Historian, Historic St. Mary's City, State of
1982-present. Adjunct Professor of History, University of
Maryland, College Park.
1988-present. Senior Adjunct Scholar, Maryland State
1989-present. Historian, Maryland Historical Trust.
American Historical Association (Research Division,
Organization of American Historians (Committee on Historic
Sites, 1971-1973; Nominating Committee, 1985-1986).
Economic History Association (Nominating Committee,
1982-1983, 1991-1992; Committee on Research in Economic
History, 1988-1990; President Elect, 1989-1990; President, 1990-
1991; Trustee, 1992-1994).
Social Science History Association
Institute for Early American History and Culture (Council,
Maryland's Revolution of Government, 1689-1692
(Ithaca, N. Y., 1974). With David W. Jordan.
Robert Cole's World: Agriculture and Society in Early
Maryland (Chapel Hill, 1991). With Russell R. Menard and
Lorena S. Walsh. Winner of the Maryland Historical Society Book
Prize, 1993; Alice Hanson Jones Prize, given by the Economic
History Association for an outstanding book published in North
American Economic History during 1991-1992.
"The Planter's Wife: The Experience of White Women in
Seventeenth-Century Maryland," William and Mary Quarterly,
3d Ser., 34 (1977): 542-57l. With Lorena S. Walsh. Reprinted in
thirteen collections. Voted by readers of the Quarterly
to be one of eleven most influential articles published over the
first 50 years of the third series.
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