MARYLANDERS IN THE CONFEDERACY by Daniel Hartzler - 1st Edition 1986, CIVIL WAR
Marylanders in the Confederacy, by Daniel D. Hartzler — First Edition First Printing, 1986 HC
Publisher: Family Line Publications, Silver Spring (1986)
Very rare first edition first printing of an outstanding historical resource of 11,000 Maryland citizens' participation in the Confederacy. MARYLANDERS IN THE CONFEDERACY from 1986 is 416 pages long, and the boards and binding are solid, tight and in excellent condition. The pages are crisp and clean save the following pages have some underlining: the Forward, Preface and pages 1,3,26,28. A wonderful roster and index of the 11,000 Maryland soldiers who served the Confederacy during the Civil War.
Identifies over 11,000 serving in the Confederacy. 1,670
references: besides standard references are also letters, journals,
magazines, scrapbooks, pamphlets, personal recollections. Lists
individuals by name, unit, highest rank held in the War, last residence
in Md., if known, and source of information. Discussion of Maryland
units, lists graduates from West Point, Naval Academy, colleges and
academies, physicians, clergymen, divided families.