The society publishes books which bring forth rich episodes of Maryland’s history in a readable style that engages both scholarly and general audiences. More than 100 MdHS titles are included in the Library of Congress catalog. These titles and more are available for online purchase at Resellers and organizations interested in buying large quantities may email the shop manager at [email protected], or call 410-685-3750 ext. 377.

Newest Titles

A Woman of Two Worlds

Indians of Southern Maryland

Maryland Blood: An American Family in War and Peace

Stealing Freedom Along the Mason Dixon Line

The Road to Jim Crow



A Guide to Genealogical Research in Maryland

A Maryland Sampling

A Monument to Good Intentions

African American Leaders of Maryland

After Chancellorsville: Letters from the Heart

Betsy Bonaparte

Betsy Bonaparte: The Belle of Baltimore

Bolton Hill: Classic Baltimore Neighborhood

Builders of Annapolis: Enterprise and Politics in a Colonial Capital

Can a Coal Scuttle Fly?

Challenging Slavery in the Chesapeake

Chesapeake Ferries (Out of Stock)

Combat Correspondents

Do You Remember? The Whimsical Letters of H. L. Mencken and Phillip Goodman

Hanging Henry Gambrill

John Gottlieb Morris: Man of God, Man of Science

Kent Island: The Land That Once Was Eden

Mapping Maryland: The Willard Hackerman Collection

Maryland History in Prints

Maryland in the Civil War: A House Divided

Mermaids, Mummies, and Mastodons

On Afric's Shore

The Chesapeake: An Environmental Biography

The Diary of William Faris

The Great Baltimore Fire

The Mighty Revolution

The Place Names of Maryland: Their Origin and Meaning

The Plundering Time: Maryland and the English Civil War

Treasure in the Cellar: A Tale of Gold in Depression-Era Baltimore

Tuscany-Canterbury: A Baltimore Neighborhood

Yellow Flag: The Civil War Journal of C. Marion Dodson


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