St. Mary’s County Historical Society
Chronicles of St. Mary's
Quarterly Magazine of the St. Mary's County Historical Society
 

 
The St. Mary's County Historical Society publishes a magazine entitled the Chronicles of St. Mary's. Historical Society members receive complimentary issues of the Chronicles from the date of their joining the Society. Certain previous issues of the Chronicles of St. Mary's have been bound into volumes including table of contents and index. Individual issues are also available. These are available to the public as well as members through our Bookstore, by e-mail or by mail.

 
See Sample Issue of Chronicles of St. Mary's
 
A searchable subject and author index  for Chronicles articles is available.
 
 
 

Call For Papers
Want to be published?
Articles of a historical/genealogical nature that relate to St. Mary's County, Southern Maryland or Maryland, as well as their citizens, may be submitted to our Editorial Committee for consideration in future issues. HOW?
 

SUBJECT EXAMPLES
in issues of
Chronicles of St. Mary's
 
American Revolution War of 1812
Barns Archeology
Churches Boats
Counties Civil War
Diaries Genealogy
History Food
People Geography
Religion Records
Schools Roads
Sports SMCHS
Trees Structures
 
Chronicles Go Digital
The Chronicles of St. Mary’s, published quarterly by the St. Mary’s County Historical Society since 1953, has gone digital.  Members of the Society receive complimentary issues of the Chronicles from the date of their joining the Society.  Individual issues may be purchased by non-members at $4.00 each at the Society’s bookstore in Tudor Hall, Leonardtown.
During the past two years, Society board member, Pete Himmelheber, scanned every issue since 1953.  Researchers and visitors to the Society’s Research Center at Tudor Hall may review the issues online and make copies for a slight fee.  The searchable subject and author index to the Chronicles may be used through the Society’s website at www.stmaryshistory.org.   A membership application for the Society may be downloaded from the website.
Remaining paper copies of the Chronicles, and some of the remaining bound volumes, may be purchased at the Society through the month of May. The more copies purchased reduces the per issue cost. 
Any questions regarding this exciting project may be referred the Society’s Executive Director, Susan Wolfe, at either 301-475-2467 or smchsdirector@md.metrocasat.net.  
 

 
St.  Mary's County Historical Society, Inc. a non-profit 501(c)(3) 
 
Revised 14-Feb-2017 by PAH