Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Rudolph C. Cane
MSA SC 3520-2769


Newspaper articles (chronological order)  -

"Racial tide turns on Eastern Shore, but only to point." The Baltimore Sun, 4 April 1998.

"Activists hope voters pick Shore's 1st black legislator." The Baltimore Sun, 13 September 1998.

"Cane Takes Early Lead in Democratic Shore Vote." The Baltimore Sun, 16 September 1998.

"Lone black voting district on Eastern Shore elects its 1st African-American." The Baltimore Sun, 4 November 1998.

"Cane is First Black to Represent Shore in House of Delegates." The Star-Democrat, 14 January 1999.

"Delegate Cane Makes Eastern Shore History." The Washington Times, 15 January 1999.

"Son Gains Father's Goal." The Washington Post, 21 January 1999.

"Cane New Leader of Black Caucus." The Baltimore Sun, 9 April 2004.

"Cane brothers." The Daily Times, 19 April 2004.

"The mark of Cane." The Baltimore Sun, 24 April 2004.

"Black Caucus Leader Rebuffs Ehrlich's Tort Reform Gesture." The Washington Times, 3 January 2005.

"Shore educator Cane passes away." The Daily Times, 26 February 2009.

"Cane dies soon after retiring from public service." The Daily Times, 13 May 2010.

"Economy a priority in 37A race." The Daily Times, 7 October 2010.

"Incumbents Cane, Colburn, Eckhardt and Haddaway keep District 37." The Daily Times, 3 November 2010.

Other sources -

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