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Publications. The Society publishes the Journal three times annually. It includes over 500 pages per year of Maryland source records, family histories, how-to articles to improve genealogical research skills, book reviews, and other features. The Journal is a must for anyone researching their heritage in the state of Maryland Rhistoric Publications Inc. acknowledges the cooperation of the Council and Director of the Maryland Historical Society in making this collectio Book an exciting local history talk for your civic group, social club, community organization, or local senior center! Our Speakers Bureau, available for in-person and virtual talks, features a talented cadre of speakers who bring the history of Montgomery County and beyond to life already appeared; and various occasional publications. * Extract from the Society's Circular Letter, in Constitution, By-Laws, Charter, Circular and Members of the Maryland Historical Society (Baltimore, 1844). 5 First Discourse Before the Maryland Historical Society, Delivered on 20 June, 1844 (Baltimore, 1844)

Maryland Picture Puzzle 496 Index to Volume 89 497 Acting as an editorial board, the Publications Committee ofthe Maryland Historical Society oversees and supports the magazine staff. Members ofthe committee include: JOSEPH L. ARNOLD, University of Maryland, Baltimore County JEAN H. BAKER, Goucher College JAMES H. BREADY, Baltimor Library. Located in the old Almshouse, the Historical Society of Baltimore County's library is home to a growing collection of books and maps (copies of some are for sale), census records, marriage records, slave schedules, family histories, ledgers, photographs, clippings, and manuscripts related to the history and genealogy of Baltimore County The Maryland Historical Trust proudly supports Governor Hogan's State Customer Service Initiative and the Customer Service Promise View the Customer Service Promise. Your opinion is important to us. Please Take Our Customer Service Survey. News. Agenda, Maryland Semiquincentennial Commission Meeting, July 19, 2021.

Promotes genealogical research through publications, programs and workshps, resources, and outreach. Publishes a journal and newsletter. Maintains a surname registry, databases of photos, tax lists, cemetery, and church records. Offers a limited research service for a fee. Maryland Historical Society [edit | edit source] 201 West Monument St.. The Maryland Historical Society. The Maryland Historical Society publishes books that bring forth rich episodes of Maryland's history in a readable style that engages both scholarly and general audiences. MdHS publications bring into print the freshest and brightest new research on Maryland's past. Historians at all stages of their careers. These Maryland grants span 1965 - 2021 Records Projects Maryland State Archives, Annapolis, MD $50,056 to support a project to digitize 18,000+ documents, dating from the mid-17th century to the mid-19th century, that make up the alienated government records found in the Maryland State Papers collected by John Thomas Scharf (1843 -1898). As a member of the Maryland Historical Society, Scharf. BCHS-Home. PRESERVATION: Baltimore City Historical Society promotes the study, presentation, and appreciation of history of our city. We work with Baltimore historians to sponsor programs on city history and help museums and universities support their collections of historical documents, records, and artifacts

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Guide to the Research Collections of the Maryland Historical Society edited by Richard J. Cox and Larry E. Sullivan (Maryland Historical Society, 1981) Guide to State Agency Records: Histories and Series Descriptions (Maryland State Archives Publications, 1994 Baltimore County Genealogical Society Website. Maryland Genealogical Society Website. Maryland Historical Society Website. Websites [edit | edit source] Baltimore City History: research guides to public records, maps, populations, and local histories. Baltimore City, in Genealogical Sources in Periodicals at The Maryland State Archives An NHPRC grant to the Maryland State Archives will help to digitize 18,000+ documents, dating from the mid-17th century to the mid-19th century, that make up the alienated government records found in the Maryland State Papers collected by John Thomas Scharf (1843 -1898). As a member of the Maryland Historical Society, Scharf sought out. Gary B. Ruppert (1949-2017) Dr. Gary B. Ruppert was named a Fellow of the Maryland Genealogical Society at the Society's 50th Anniversary Gala in November 2009. He served as MGS Webmaster from 2000 to 2009 and created a revised MGS website with many new features.He was elected to the MGS Executive Board in 2001 and served as President from.

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