Search Results

Please note: These search results do not contain links to electronic articles hosted by the University of Maryland Libraries, although some may be available online. Please contact the University of Maryland Libraries for assistance in obtaining copies of any of the articles cited in this bibliography.

Your search in the category "Military" returned 1244 results in 63 pages.

Showing results 101 through 120.

101)
“The Wayside Cross.” Historical Society of Baltimore County Newsletter, (February 2011): 1.

102)
“Two Civil War Soldiers.” Glades Star, 9 (June 2002): 551-53.
Category: Military | Civil War

103)
“Visit 1812: Searching for Fort Warburton, Maryland.” Journal of the War of 1812, 13 (Summer 2010): 16.

104)
“Volunteers Cheer Troops’ Return.” Maryland Life, 7 (May/June 2011): [Salute to the Military 4-7].

105)
“What You Should Know about the 1814 Washington-Baltimore Campaigns.” Journal of the War of 1812, 13 (Summer 2010): 27.

106)
“Who are Maryland’s best soldiers?” Maryland Life, 7 (May/June 2011): [Salute to the Military 3].
Category: Military

107)
“Witness to Slaughter.” Civil War Times, 50 (December 2011): 62-65.

108)
Treacy, William O. "POW Trains Through Oakland." Glades Star, 6 (December 1991): 603-4.

109)
Abel, E. Lawrence. Singing in the New Nation: How Music Shaped the Confederacy, 1861-1865. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2000. Durgin, Teddy. "The Bay as Backdrop." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 30 (March 2001): 18.

110)
Abel, E. Lawrence. Singing the New Nation: How Music Shaped the Confederacy, 1861-1865. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2000.
Annotations / Notes: An in-depth look at every aspect of music during the Civil War, as it pertains to the southern cause. Although not focused on any particular state, there are important Maryland connections, for example the background and impact of "Maryland, My Maryland!" Cultural and political context are this author's strong suits, as he describes band music, songs of the common soldiers, parlor music of the day, and theatrical offerings.

111)
Ackinclose, Timothy R. Sabres & Pistols: The Civil War Career of Col. Harry Gilmor, CSA. Gettysburg, PA: Stan Clark Military Books, 1996.

112)
Adams, Charles S. The Civil War in Washington County, Maryland. Shepherdstown, W. Va.: Charles S. Adams, 1996.

113)
Addison-Darneille, and Henrietta Stockton. "For Better or For Worse." Civil War Times Illustrated 31 (May/June 1992): 32-35, 73.

114)
Agle, Anna Bradford, and Sidney Hovey Wanzer, eds. "Dearest Braddie: Love and War in Maryland, 1860-61, Part 2." Maryland Historical Magazine 88 (Fall 1993): 337-58.

115)
Albe, Mark A. “Saunders Range: Harundale’s Missing Piece of Maryland’s Military History.” Anne Arundel County History Notes, 39 (Spring 2008): 1-2, 5-11.

116)
Albro, Walt. "Monocacy: The Battle That Saved Washington." Maryland, 24 (Summer 1992): 20-23.

117)
Albro, Walt. "The Forgotten Battle for the Capital." Civil War Times Illustrated, 31 (January/February 1993): 40-43, 56, 58, 60-61.
Category: Military | Civil War

118)
Aldrich, Duncan M. "Frontier Militias: Militia Laws on the North American and South African Frontiers." In The Frontier: Comparative Studies, Vol. 2. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1979.

119)
Alexander, Ted. "Destruction, Disease, and Death: The Battle of Antietam and the Sharpsburg Civilians." Civil War Regiments, 6 (no. 2, 1998): 143-7.

120)
Alexander, Ted. “Antietam: The Bloodiest Day.” North & South, 5 (October 2002): 76-89.
Category: Military | Civil War