Secondary Sources on the constitutional reform of 1836-38:

Andrews, Mathew Page.  Tercentenary History of Maryland.  4 vols.  Chicago, n.p., 1925.

Brugger, Robert J.  Maryland:  A Middle Temperament 1634-1980.  Baltimore:  The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988.

"Constitutional Reform, 1836," in Carl N. Everstine, The General Assembly of Maryland 1776-1850.  Charlottesville, VA:  The Michie Company, 1982.

Dozer, Donald Marquand, Portrait of the Free State--A History of Maryland.  Cambridge, MD:  Tidewater Publishers, 1976.

Green, Fletcher M.  Constitutional Development in the South Atlantic States, 1776-1860.  Chapel Hill, 1930.

Hagensick, A. Clarke.  "Revolution or Reform in 1836:  Maryland's Preface to the Dorr Rebellion," Maryland Historical Magazine 57, 1962.

McSherry, James.  A History of Maryland From Its Settlement in 1634 To The Year 1848.  Baltimore:  John Murphy & Co., 1852.

"The Revolution of 1836--The Eight Million Bill &c," in The Pocket Annual for 1846 Containing A Brief Sketch of Maryland, Its History, Government,
        Legislation, Internal Improvements &c.  Printed for the Publisher, 1845.

Scharf, J. Thomas, History of Maryland From the Earliest Period To The Present Day.  3 vols.  Hatboro, PA:  Tradition Press, 1967.

Skordas, Gust.  "Maryland Government:  1634-1866," in Morris L. Radoff, ed., The Old Line State:  A History of Maryland.  Annapolis:  The Hall of Records
        Commission, 1971.

Steiner, Bernard C.  "The Electoral College for the Senate of Maryland and the Ninetween Van Buren Electors," Annual Report of the American Historical
        Association, 1895, 129-67.

Walsh, Richard and William Lloyd Fox, eds. Maryland:  A History.  Annapolis:  The Hall of Records Commission, 1983.

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