Author:Daniel D. Hartzler

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Marylanders in the Confederacy

By: Daniel D. Hartzler

Price: $32.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: H0000

ISBN: 940907003

Condition: (1986), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 415 pp, Heritage Books


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. View more info

Medical Doctors of Maryland in the C.S.A.

By: Daniel D. Hartzler

Price: $26.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: H3150

ISBN: 788431501

Condition: (1979), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 98 pp, Heritage Books


This work records the exciting careers of two hundred and eight Maryland physicians who joined the Confederacy. These pages also preserve an authentic picture of the Southern sentiment in Maryland, along with the medical procedures and treatments of the time. Illustrated. The object of this work is to establish a record of the exciting careers of those physicians who joined the Confederacy. These Maryland patriots served in the army, navy, and marines to preserve the fr... View more info

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Carroll County, Maryland Baseball, Men’s Amateur & Semi-Pro Baseball, 1850-1999

By: Daniel D. Hartzler

Price: $63.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: H3366

ISBN: 788433660

Condition: (2005), 2008, 8½x11, cloth, index, 202 pp, Heritage Books


These pages preserve a unique aspect of Carroll County, Maryland, history and serve as a reminder of why baseball has remained America's national pastime. Readers will find a sense of community here, along with a sense of time and place. "As the years fly by, you'll ride with the town teams to games, bounce in the rumble seats of model T's, and click along the rails of the Western Maryland Railroad. You'll visit the little villages where baseball was a catalyst, the ... View more info