Maryland Women's History
Beach, Sylvia Woodbridge
Information on Sylvia Woodbridge Beach, owner of the Shakespeare & Co. bookshop in Paris, 1919-1941, and publisher of James Joyce's Ulysses.
Allegany Women's History
A collection of profiles of women and a few other topics related to the history of western Maryland.
Brent, Margaret: Woman of Property
This online journal article introduces Brent, an English Catholic who arrived in Maryland in 1638. A single woman, she was a landowner and acted as an attorney representing her family's interests in property and in religious freedom.
Clara Barton National Historic Site
From the National Park Service, information on this Maryland historic site.
First Ladies/Official Hostesses of Maryland
Online exhibit of thirteen portraits owned by the state, from Queen Henrietta Maria (for whom Maryland is named) through 18th, 19th and 20th century wives of governors, including Elinor Judefind (Mrs. Spiro T.) Agnew.