Nanjemoy -The community near Douglas Point, that helped save the land around the Chiles Homesite from gravel mining.
Maryland Historical Trust: Archeological Research Unit
The Archaeological Society of Maryland -A brief overview of some important archeological sites in Maryland.
Bureau of Land Management: Adventures in the Past
BLM Cultural Heritage Page -A place to learn about other historical sites administered by the Bureau of Land Management.
William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research
WMCAR -The archeology consultant that evaluated the Chiles Homesite and developed this website.
Forman, Henry Chandlee
||Tidewater Maryland Architecture and Gardens. Architectural Book Publishing Co., New York.
||Unpublished historical background, Chiles Homesite and Cemetery (CH-208), Charles County, Maryland.
Lewes, David W., and Elizabeth J. Monroe
||"Archaeological Evaluation of Chiles Homesite (Site 18CH748), Charles County, Maryland." William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research, Williamsburg, VA.
McConaty, Nancy Bromley.
||"Douglas Point Mining Plan on Slow Boil." Maryland Independent, July 7, p. A10.
Miles, Karen Jensen
||"Testimony Before the Charles County Board of Appeals: Douglas Point Property."
|"Battle of Douglas Point." Potomac Review, Winter, pp. 90-93.
||"Gravel Mining Plan Concerns Shore Residents of Potomac." Washington Times, July 12, p. B5.
Rivoire, J. Richard
For More Information
||Mt. Pleasant: A Representative Example of Eighteenth Century Domestic Architecture of the Tidewater Maryland Region . Unpublished manuscript.
Joe B. Jones, William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research