Stories of the Maryland 400

The sound of muskets and cannons on the battlefields of the Revolutionary War has far past, but the stories of those who fought in those battles live on. This book focuses on Revolutionary War history of Maryland. It is a mix of straight military history and social history telling the story of Marylanders who were a part of the who were a part of the famed Maryland 400. More

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About Burkely Hermann

Burkely Hermann is a history-loving researcher, writer, and archivist-in-training. In May 2016, he graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in History. He is currently a graduate school student at University of Maryland, College Park, working on his MLIS degree, with a specialization in Archives & Digital Curation. He has previously worked at Maryland State Archives in summer and fall 2016 as a library researcher,the LAC Group in spring 2017 as a virtual researcher, the Daughters of the American Revolution in fall 2017 as a staff genealogist, and at the Enoch Pratt Free Library in summer 2018 as a library assistant. Currently, he is a graduate assistant at the University of Maryland and has been working with the Digital Curation and Innovation Center in College Park on the Legacy of Slavery Project since fall 2018. Also, he has participated in National History Day as a participant for three years (2007, 2010, and 2011), and has served as a judge for the past couple years. Recently, he became a member of the Society of American Archivists, the professional organization for archivists in the United States, and was previously a member of the Maryland Historical Society. When he isn’t watching movies and doing research for fun, he likes to hike, cook, and learn more about his family’s genealogy.

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