Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Francis Nicholson (1655-1727/28)
MSA SC 3520-939


Books -

Papenfuse, Edward C. et al.  A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789.  Vol. 2:  I-Z.  Baltimore:
        The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1985.

Riley, Elihu  S.  'The Ancient City' - A History of Annapolis, in Maryland.  Annapolis:  Record Printing Office, 1887.

Risjord, Norman K.  Builders of Annapolis:  Enterprise and Politics in a Colonial Capital.  Baltimore:  Maryland Historical Society, 1997.

Articles -

Hardwick, Kevin R.  "Narratives of Villainy and Virtue:  Governor Francis Nicholson and the Character of the Good ruler in Early Virginia."   Unpublished paper delivered at the College of William and Mary, 8 October 2002.

"Home of First Governor Will Be Sold By Marchand Estate Heirs."  The Evening Capital, 30 July 1935.
Transcript of article

Web sources -

Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 19.  Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly 1693-1697.

Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 20.  Proceedings of the Council 1693-1697.

Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 48.  Proceedings of the Council of Maryland 1687/8-1693.

"Biographies:  Early Acadians and Nova Scotians:  1700-1763:  Francis Nicholson."

"Francis Nicholson."  Dictionary of American Biography Base Set.  American Council of Learned Societies, 1928-1936.
Reproduced in Biography Resource Center.  Farmington Hills, Mich.:  The Gale Group, 2002.

"Virtual American Biographies:  Sir Francis Nicholson."

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