One of many excerpts from Company D’s Lt. Samuel McCullough’s diary that mentions “knapsacks”. I am compiling supporting evidence of Marylanders having knapsacks throughout the war. (The… Read more “Knapsacks”
Did you know Maryland State Delegate Severn Teackle Wallis planned an underground army within Maryland called “The Maryland League”? Now you do!
Doing some research by going through the service records of the Officers of 2nd Maryland, I came across this requisition form written by Captain Crane who was… Read more “Drums for 2nd Maryland Infantry in 1864”
Here is a pretty awesome piece of Maryland research you’re not gonna see anywhere else but here. Mississippi Rifles in the 2nd Maryland?? I have been gathering… Read more “1841 Mississippi Rifles in 2nd Maryland Infantry “
I was looking at a photo of “Relic Hall” at the Maryland Confederate Veteran’s Home and was in amazement at the artifacts they had on display from… Read more “Handkerchief “
Marylanders at Cold Harbor twice! Both 1st Maryland Infantry Regiment and 2nd Maryland Infantry fought gallantly near the McGhee House (Cold Harbor) and also during the month… Read more “Cold Harbor”
RIFLES OF THE 2ND MARYLAND INFANTRY AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS: I feel it is important that each of us in the group better understand the rifles we carry.… Read more “Rifles of the 2nd Maryland Infantry “
How did the Bottony Cross symbol come to represent Pro-South Marylanders?There are a few slightly different theories pending who you may talk to. From my research here… Read more “How did the Bottony Cross come to represent pro South Marylanders”