In this site, where there is a disagreement about the history of a mill, I have used John McGrain's Baltimore City and County Mills as the final authority.
Bird, Betty; Plant, Rebecca. Mount Vernon Mill #1/#01000388. Washington, DC: National Registry of Historic Places, 2000. Print.
Black, Catherine F. Londontown Manufacturing Company, Inc./#73002188. Baltimore, MD: National Register of Historic Places, 1972. Print.
Black, Catherine F. Poole & Hunt Foundry/#73002194. Baltimore, MD: National Register of Historic Places, 1972. Print.
Rivoire, J. Richard; Miller, Nancy A. Rockland Historic District/#73000899. Baltimore, MD: National Register of Historic Places, 1972. Print.
Shoken, Fred. Mount Washington Mill/#90000727, Baltimore, MD: National Register of Historic Places. 1989. Print.
“Clipper Mills Property Sold for New Usage.” Baltimore Sun 10 Feb 1925: 26. Print.
“The Industrial Interests. Baltimore Manufactories — A Tour among the Cotton Mills.” Baltimore Sun
8 Aug. 1872: 1. Print.
“New Cotton Duck Company.” Baltimore Sun 31 Jan. 1915: 14. Print.
“A Visit to Woodberry.” Baltimore Sun 29 Jul. 1847. Print.
Powder, Jackie. “Reliving Garment Industry's Heyday: New exhibit at Museum of Industry pays homage to city's ‘needle trades.’” Baltimore Sun 26 Oct. 1998. Print.
Rasmussen, Frederick N. “Back Story: Seeking landmark status for valve house at Cross Keys.” Baltimore Sun 9 May 2013. Print.
“Baltimore Clippers.” . Baltimore: Pride of Baltimore, Inc. Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
Beirne, D. Randall. “Hampden-Woodberry: The Mill Village in an Urban Setting.” Baltimore, MD: Maryland Historical Magazine Vol 77, No. 1, Mar. 1982: 6–16. Print.
“What is Duck Cloth?” Winder, GA: Big Duck Canvas. Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
Bolton Library and Museum Services. “The Life of Samuel Crompton.” Bolton, England: Bolton Library and Museum. Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
Brewington, Marion V. “Chesapeake Sailmaking.” Baltimore: Maryland Historical Magazine Volume 65 Issue 2 1970: 144. Print.
Buhl, Victor C. “The History of the Hooper Mills.” College Park, MD: University of Maryland, 1940. Print.
Bullock, James G. Jr. A Brief History of Textile Manufacturing Along Jones Falls. 1970. Print.
[Early mill ownership in this document greatly varies from ownership documented by John McGrain. — DN]
Clark, Arthur Hamilton. The Clipper Ship Era: An Epitome of Famous American and Clipper Ships. New York: G P Putnam, 1912. Print.
“Clipper Ships: Greyhounds of the Seas.” Sydney: Australian National Maritime Museum. Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
Coyle, Wilbur F. “The Mayors of Baltimore.” The Baltimore Municipal Journal 1919: 203–210. Print. (Archives of Maryland [Biographical Series], MSA SC 3520-12484)
DeBow, James Dunwoody Brownson, Ed. “Article IV—Growth, Trade, and Manufacture of Cotton.” DeBow’s Review, Volume 15. Washington, DC: 1853: 470–486. Print. [Good review of history of cotton manufacturing in the U.S. — DN]
Dent, Nicholas. How to Sail: A Practical Course in Boat Handling. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1979. Print.
Dewing, Arthur Stone, Ph.D.. Corporate Promotions and Reorganizations, Volume 10. London: Oxford University Press, 1914: 334–377. Print. [Detailed review of the finances and errors in the creation of the cotton duck trust prior to World War 1. — DN]
“The Disappointing Duck Trust.” United States Investor Volume 20 Issue 41 9 Oct. 1909: 1820 (36). Print.
Doug & Linda. Doug & Linda’s Dairy Antique Site. 9 Apr. 2014. Digital file. http://dairyantiques.com/Wax_Milk_Containers.html
“Fast Ships, Bold Captains, and their Role in the War of 1812: Pride of Baltimore Dockside Privateer History Display.” Baltimore: Pride of Baltimore, Inc. Exhibit and Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
Fitton, R. S.; Wadsworth, A. P. The Strutts and the Arkwrights 1758–1830: A Study in the Early Factory System. Manchester, England: Manchester University Press, 1958. Print.
Gilbert, Geoffrey N. “Baltimore’s Flour Trade to the Caribbean, 1750–1815.” The Journal of Economic History Vol. 37, No. 1, The Tasks of Economic History [Cambridge University Press] Mar. 1977: 249–251. Print. Article stable url: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2119461. 9 Apr. 2014.
Hansell, Saul. “Israel Myers Is Dead at 93; Originated London Fog Coat.” New York Times, 31 Dec. 1999. Print and Web.
Harvey, Bill. The People is Grass: A History of Hampden-Woodberry, 1802–1945. Baltimore, MD: Della Press, 1988. Print.
Hooper, Henry E. Wm. E. Hooper & Sons Company. Dissertation Yale University, 1986. Yale: Yale School of Organization & Management, 1986. Print and web. 9 Apr. 2014.
Howard, George W. Monumental City, It’s Past History and Present Resources. Baltimore: J. D. Ehlers, 1873. Print.
Jensen, Brennen. “PINS AND NEEDLES: Once the City’s Largest Industry, Baltimore’s Rag Trade is Stitched Into a Corner; Made Girl Scouts and Brownie Clothes Since 1924.” Baltimore: Baltimore City Paper, Oct. 1998. Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
Legacy Web Historic Photo Collection. Baltimore County Library website. 9 Apr. 2014. [As they were unattributed, the original captions have been edited and revised to be consistent with the research of John McGrain.]
Marsden, Richard. Cotton Weaving: Its Development, Principles and Practice. London: George Bell & Sons, 1895. Print.
McGrain, John. “Baltimore City and County Mills.” Maryland State Archives, MSA SC 4300-5-3. Electronic file.
McGrain, John. Scrapbook pages, photos and research on Baltimore County industry and trade. Maryland State Archives, MSA SC 5473-2-1. Paper, photographs, electronic.
McGrain, John. From Pig Iron To Cotton Duck: A History of Manufacturing Villages in Baltimore County. Baltimore County Public Library, 1985. Print.
“The Milling Process.” Bootts Cotton Mills, Lowell, MA: National Park Service. Exhibit. 29 Aug. 2013.
“New Mill Construction, Enlargements and Improvements.” America’s Textile Reporter 13 Jul. 1913: 966. Print.
Olson, Sherry. Baltimore, The Building of an American City. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. Print. [Read particularly 237-244 on sellout of Baltimore to the Trusts in late 1890s — DN]
Oyangen, Knut. “The Cotton Economy of the Old South.” American Agricultural History Primer. Iowa: Iowa State University. Web. 9 Apr. 2014. (references Bruchey, Stuart, ed. Cotton and the Growth of the American Economy, 1790–1860. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1967.)
Peacock, Doug. “Edmund Cartwright and the Power Loom.” England: cottontimes.co.uk. Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
Petrie, Donald A. The Prize Game: Lawful Looting on the High Seas in the Days of Fighting Sail. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1999. Print.
The Retail Coalman. Jun. 1920. Print.
“Richard Awkwright.” Manchester, England: Museum of Science & Industry. Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
Richardson, F.A.; Bennett, W.A. Baltimore: Past and Present. With Biographical Sketches of Its Representative Men. Baltimore, MD: John W. Woods, 1871. Print.
Sansonetti, Craig. "A History of the Ma & Pa Railroad." Ma & Pa Railroad Heritage Museum, 5 Jun. 1997. Web. 13 Jun. 2016
Scharf, J. Thomas. History of Baltimore City and County from the Earliest Period to the Present Day. Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1881. Print.
Slayden, Greg. “Historical Metropolitan Populations of the United States.” Seattle: Peakbagger.com. Web. 9 Apr. 2014.
The Soda Fountain Dec. 1922: 77. Print.
Wadsworth, A. P.; Mann, J. de L. The Cotton Industry and Industrial Lancashire. Manchester, England: Manchester University Press 1931. Print.
“Wm. E. Hooper & Sons Enters 40th Year.” Baltimore Magazine Oct. 1953. Print.