Links to Associated Organizations
The museum preserves the memory of the military accomplishments of all Marylanders, regardless of branch of service through exhibits and archives.
The premier male lineage society in the United States, with members documenting their direct descent from a Patriot Ancestor who supported the cause of American independence between 1775 and 1783.
Organized in October 1982, and open to all persons who are interested in the study of the American Civil War, the BCWRT provides a forum to discuss and evaluate various aspects of this unique period of American History.
The PCCWRT is an educational organization dedicated to historical preservation and awareness of the History of the American Civil War, especially within Carroll County, MD.
Founded in May 1999, the main purpose of The Chesapeake Civil War Roundtable is to support the preservation and education of the events that affected the United States during 1860’s. This includes not only guest speakers but panel discussions, and field trips to locations of interest.
This is your starting place for exploring the people, places and events that shaped Maryland’s past. Whether you are a student researching a paper, a teacher in need of a lesson plan, a family looking for fun things to do, a collector of rare objects, an amateur genealogist or lover of period clothing, furniture or rare documents, the MHS can help.
The Maryland Military Department is responsible for the Maryland Air National Guard, the Maryland Army National Guard, the Maryland Defense Force, and the Maryland Emergency Management Agency. The Military Department also builds and maintains the armories and other facilities used by the Maryland National Guard.
All State forms and records required for militia use and the reports and returns required by the federal government are prepared by the Military Department, and service records of all officers and enlisted persons who have served or are serving in the Maryland National Guard are maintained by the Department as well
A grass-roots, non-profit, independent program that is laying the foundation for the commemoration of Maryland’s 400 years as a colony and state in 2034. We create opportunities for Maryland citizens and organizations to explore, remember, commemorate and face their state’s long and eventful history.
The 29th Division Association is an organization dedicated to keeping the history of the 29th Infantry Division alive. The Association is open to anyone devoted to that purpose including veterans, their descendants, currently serving 29ers, and all those inspired by the Blue and Gray Division.
Access to the Morning Reports of the 29th Infantry Division from June 1, 1944 to May 31, 1945.
The Maryland Museum of Military History obtained from the US Army Personnel Records Branch in St. Louis every single 29th Division morning report (essentially a daily record of every company within the division) from the D-Day landing on Omaha Beach to V-E Day.
The objectives of the Maryland Society are the collection and preservation of rolls, records, books, and other documents relating to the War of 1812; the encouragement of research and the preservation of historical data, including memorials to patriots of that era in our national history; the caring for the graves of veterans of the War of 1812; the cherishing, maintenance and extension of the institutions of American freedom; the fostering of true patriotism and love of country.