3 edition of Maryland in the Civil War found in the catalog.
Maryland in the Civil War
Thomas Vincent Huntsberry
1985 by J. Mart Publishers in Baltimore, Md. (7601 N. Point Creek Rd., Baltimore 21219) .
Written in English
|Statement||by Thomas V. Huntsberry and Joanne M. Huntsberry.|
|Contributions||Huntsberry, Joanne M. Fravel 1935-|
|LC Classifications||E512.3 .H86 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||85179603|
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President Lincoln stomped all over the U.S. Constitution when it came to Maryland and this book is one of those to reveal it. It is a chronological account of the happenings in the state of Maryland. It is nicely detailed and source referenced/5(3).
Just in time for the th anniversary of the Civil War, “Maryland In The Civil War” answers the need for a compact and accurate history of this tragic and heroic era.
These four essays explore famous battles on Maryland soil such as Antietam, and little known episodes such as Maryland’s invasion of the Eastern Shore counties of Virginia, followed by the military occupation of Delaware!/5(12).
Maryland In The Civil War book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Torn between North and South, Maryland experienced the Civil War /5(9).
Just in time for the th anniversary of the Civil War, Maryland In The Civil War answers the need for a compact and accurate history of this tragic and heroic era/5. With this book, Charles W.
Mitchell makes a major contribution to Civil War studies. No state in this Maryland in the Civil War book was more torn than the state of Maryland. Applying both scholarly wisdom and personal tenacity, Mitchell has successfully labored to uncover the story of /5(9).
To Hazard All: A Guide to the Maryland Campaign, (Emerging Civil War Series) by Robert Orrison and Kevin Pawlak | out of 5 stars 7. As a border state between the North and South during the Civil War, Maryland's loyalties were strong for both sides.
The first casualties of the war occurred during the Baltimore Riot of Apwhen members of the 6th Massachusetts Regiment were attacked by Confederate supporters while traversing through the city on their way to protect Washington, DC, from : The action described in McPherson's book was to set into motion Maryland's role in the Civil War.
Maryland would prove the adage that it was a war of brother against brother, neighbor against neighbor. The eastern part of Maryland was clearly pro Confederate while the. I purchased 10 civil war books that were very reasonable. Half of these books dealt with the famed Iron Brigade.
Cavalry units involved in the raid were some of the best the South had to offer: 1st Maryland Cavalry, 6th Virginia, 7th Virginia, 11th Virginia, 12th Virginia, 34th Virginia, 35th Virginia and McNeill’s Rangers rode with Jones.
Edward Rich was from Reistertown, Maryland and would later become an Episcopal Minister. Rich would write about his civil war experiences and his book was first published in Easton, MD and was called Comrades. Later reprinted by the Neale Publishing company the book was re-titled Comrades Four.
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Maryland in the Civil War Introduction While Maryland stayed within the Union, it was mostly by the strong hand of Abraham Lincoln. During the Civil War, Maryland, a slave state, was one of the Border States straddling the South and North.
Because of its strategic location, bordering the capital city of Washington D.C., and the strong desire of the opposing factions within the state to sway public. The book was written by Claudia Floyd, a former professor of history at Stevenson University where she taught courses on the Civil War and on the role of women in American history.
The Civil War in Maryland. [Daniel Carroll Toomey] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Carroll Toomey. Find more information about: Maryland -- History -- Civil War, -- Chronologies. Maryland. United States, Maryland -- Military records -- Civil War, The first bloodshed of the Civil War occurred in Maryland.
Anxious about the risk of secessionists capturing Washington, D.C., given that the capital was bordered by Virginia, and preparing for war with the South, the federal government requested armed volunteers to.
Below is a selection of resources on Maryland Civil War biographies and narratives that are available in the Maryland Room. Additional titles can be searched using the online catalog. A Maryland Boy in Lee’s Army: Personal Reminiscences of a Maryland Soldier in the War Author: Laura Cleary.
This is the single largest collection of books about Maryland in the Civil War available. Rosters, Battles, Photographs, Illustrations, Historical and Biographical information.
Governor Thomas H. Hicks of Maryland and the civil war - () - by George Lovic Pierce Radcliffe - Rating: % positive. Maryland in the Civil War. A House Divided. Robert I.
Cottom and Mary Ellen Hayward. With rare archival illustrations, including over prints and photographs, many in full color, the authors provide dramatic vignettes that capture the agony of this slave-holding state divided between North and South. Sign up for more information on JHUP. The American Civil War in Maryland's State Parks Maryland, a slave state that remained loyal to the Union, is an ideal place to understand the causes, impact, and results of the America’s most violent conflict: the Civil War.
Maryland’s role in the Civil War continues to attract wide interest, study, and collection at the war's th anniversary. One reason is a vast photographic record of the people, places, and events surrounding the war, a legacy that breathes life into the sepia-toned past.5/5(5).
In Maryland Voices of the Civil War, Charles W. Mitchell draws upon hundreds of letters, diaries, and period newspapers—many previously unpublished—to portray the passions of a wide variety of people—merchants, slaves, soldiers, politicians, freedmen, women, clergy, slave owners, civic leaders, and children—caught in the emotional vise of war.
Mitchell tells the compelling story of how Maryland. Maryland in the Civil War. [Harold R Manakee; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Maryland -- History -- Civil War, Maryland. More like this: Similar Items Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harold R Manakee; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi.
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DNR's retired State Park Historian, Ross M. Kimmel, co-authors I Am Busy Drawing Pictures: The Civil War Art and Letters of Private John Jacob Omenhausser, CSA. A new book of drawings and letters by a former Baltimore resident who joined the Confederate Army and was imprisoned at Point Lookout prisoner-of-war camp in St.
Mary’s County, MD, has been released by the Friends of the Maryland. Historian Claudia Floyd explores this complex relationship between Maryland civilians and their Union occupiers.
Residents on both sides of the conflict faced pillaging, vandalizing and criminal acts from errant : Claudia Floyd. Maryland in the Civil War.
2 vols. Baltimore: J. Mart Publishers, MD FH8 Book I covers the South and Book II covers the North. Both books provide a roster of soldiers, biographical information about leading players in the military, histories of the regiments, photographs, and maps.
Authors: Daniel Carroll Toomey. A chronology of the war in the “Old Line State” from the emergence of John Brown in western Maryland in to Lincoln’s funeral procession through the streets of Baltimore City inover entries cover every major and most minor military engagements on both land and water, as well as many political : Toomey LLC.
Just South of Gettysburg Carroll County, Maryland in the Civil War Personal Accounts and Descriptions of a Maryland Border County Klein, Frederic Shriver Published by. Crossroads of War: Washington County, Maryland, in the Civil War by S. Roger Keller; Maryland in the Civil War: a House Divided by Robert Cottom, Jr.
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Maryland in the Civil War captures the history of the Civil War in Maryland as seen through the photographs and prints of the era. Mark Followers: The most contentious event in our nation’s history, the Civil War deeply divided families, friends, and communities.
Both sides fought to define the conflict on their own terms—Lincoln and his supporters struggled to preserve the Union and end slavery, while the Confederacy waged a battle for the primacy of local liberty or "states' rights."/5.
The war’s first casualties fell in Balti - more’s streets, inspiring Marylander James E. Randall to write the intensely pro-Southern “Maryland, My Maryland,” which became the state song in By summer, Union troops occupied strategic rail and shipping depots to guard communication lines to Washington.
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Maryland was officially a Union state, but some men—particularly from southern Maryland—did serve in the Confederate Army. In Western Maryland, Lee’s efforts came to head with the bloodiest single-day battle of the Civil War at Antietam. As the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War continues, discover Maryland’s authentic stories through one of four Civil War driving and walking tours.
LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), "United States forces are shown in blue [and] Confederate forces are shown in red." Indicates houses, names of residents, stone fences, roads, vegetation, drainage, and relief by hachures. Description derived from published bibliography. Available also through the Library of Congress web site as raster image.
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This is a list of Civil War regiments from Maryland which fought in the Union Army. The list of Maryland Confederate Civil War units is shown separately. Infantry. 1st Regiment Maryland Volunteer Infantry Lists of American Civil War Regiments by State.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations, map ; 24 cm: Contents: War remembrances --A little boy in Maryland during the Civil War --A young man's glimpse of the Civil War --The country doctor == A federal musician at Williamsport --John R.
King reflects on the Civil War --Recalling a good and honorable soldier --A soldier's letters to. the civil war and southern maryland – years later Contributed & annotated by CCHS Member, Fred Dellinger Last month in this Civil War feature we discussed the detailed development of the Tennessee River Plan as formulated by Anna Ella Carroll during the fall of Due to State of Maryland and CDC guidlelines as regards the COVID 19 virus, The Southern Maryland Civil War Round Table has CANCELLED its meeting scheduled for Tuesday, at pm at our NEW meeting location, The Maryland Veterans Museum, Crain Highway North, Newburg, MD We hope to resume a regular schedule this .When the Civil War began President Lincoln's primary concern was preventing the fracturing of the nation.
But inwith a shaky northern economy, fading optimism for victory, and growing fears of foreign intervention, Lincoln began to see freeing the slaves, not as a constitutional dilemma or a moral choice, but as a way of regaining.