6 edition of Maryland voices of the Civil War found in the catalog.
Maryland voices of the Civil War
Includes bibliographical references (p. -534) and index.
|Statement||edited by Charles W. Mitchell.|
|Contributions||Mitchell, Charles W., 1954-|
|LC Classifications||E512 .M415 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 548 p. :|
|Number of Pages||548|
|LC Control Number||2006036776|
About Maryland Soldiers in the Civil War, Vol. 1. With o records of soldiers, sailors and marines in the Union Army and Navy from to , this database is of interest to anyone . The Society did not display the contents of the Union Room and the Confederate Room together until From to , and for years afterward, Baltimore truly was a "house divided." .
A passageway to the North and a border state to the South, Maryland was home to both Unionists and Southern sympathizers. Maryland was a slave state at the beginning of the war; however, . 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 Author: Laura Cleary.
Claudia Floyd is the author of "Maryland Women in the Civil War: Unionists, Rebels, Slaves & Spies" (The History Press, ). She is a recently retired professor of Author: Claudia Floyd. THE BORDER STATE of Maryland sent men to both the Union and the Confederate armies. Southern sympathies were strongest in Baltimore and the Eastern Shore regions of the Old .
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Maryland Voices of the Civil War deserves to be in the library of anyone interested in midth century American history." (Michael Russert Civil War News) "A handsomely /5(9). Maryland Voices of the Civil War deserves to be in the library of anyone interested in midth century American history. — Michael Russert.
Civil War News. Unlike other Civil Author: Charles W. Mitchell. Winner of the Founders Award from the American Civil War MuseumThe most contentious event in our nation’s history, the Civil War deeply divided families, friends, and communities.
Both. Maryland Voices of the Civil War recreates through public and private writings the personal nuances, as well as authoritative perceptions of the age, the environment, the varied attitudes /5(9).
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of the Civil War," Charles W. Mitchell draws upon hundreds of letters, diaries, and period newspapers--many previously unpublished--to portray the passions of a wide.
During the American Civil War (–), Maryland, a slave state, was one of the border states, straddling the South and e some popular support for the cause of the.
Books. Shopping Cart Order a pirate, and two Confederate officers who appear in the pages of this book. The ancestors of his wife, Betsy, include eleven Union soldiers, Pennsylvanians all. Voices of the Civil War: By Richard Wheeler The book outlines the main events that occur during the Civil War.
The first major point in which the book states if the first and foremost battle at /5. Maryland in the Civil War: A House Divided. Maryland Historical Society. Jesse Frederick Essary. Maryland Voices of the Civil War. JHU Press. William Starr. The Maryland Line in the Army of the Confederate States of America was made up of volunteers from Maryland who, despite their home state remaining in the Union, fought for the.
Voices of the Maryland Campaign: Septem Posted on Septem This entry was posted in Emerging Civil War and tagged maryland Book Review:. 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.
Women & the American Civil War. The second is Hornbake Library, which houses the campus's Archives and Manuscripts as well as its many special book collections. Voices of the Maryland Campaign: Septem Posted on Septem by Kevin Pawlak Alfred Waud depicted the moment when George B.
McClellan. First-person accounts detailing the many aspects of the Civil War: a companion to Meltzer's The American Revolutionaries: A History in Their Own Words (). Meltzer includes documents Author: Milton Meltzer. Maryland in the Civil War. likes 2 talking about this. Maryland in the Civil War captures the history of the Civil War in Maryland as seen through the photographs and prints of the era.
Followers: If you have an interest in the Civil War or Maryland, these four essays will make an informative read. FYI, Maryland formally ratified the Fourteenth Amendment (citizenship rights /5.
THE CIVIL WAR AND SOUTHERN MARYLAND – YEARS LATER Contributed by CCHS Member, Fred Dellinger. Last month in this Civil War feature we discussed the roles. MILITARY RECORDS. Volume 18 - Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution Volume - History and Roster of Maryland Volunteers.
The Maryland Historical Society opened the permanent exhibition Divided Voices: Maryland in the Civil War in to tell the story of how Maryland, as a slave-holding border.
The war’s first casualties fell in Baltimore’s streets. The Baltimore: A House Divided Civil War Trail is a one-and-a-half mile walking tour that traces the steps of the Massachusetts regiment and .Waugh has published many essays on Civil War topics, and her newest book "U.
S. Grant: American Hero, American Myth" (University of North Carolina Press, ), was awarded the. During the American 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 .