Indians of Southern Maryland
The story of Southern Maryland's Native people from the end of the Ice Age to the present is one of adaptation to change. The authors demonstrate convincingly that Native people responded to change in rational ways. Changing environmental conditions in the Chesapeake region, influence from other Native populations and the impact of European exploration and settlement nearly drove Maryland's Natives out of existence, but some adapted to the new world and their descendants are living in successful communities today.
2015, Rebecca Seib and Helen C. Rountree, 272 pp, Paperback