My name is Natalie Miller and I am the new Maryland Society of the Sons of the American Revolution Research Fellow. I will be working with Taylor and our supervisor Owen Lourie on the Finding the Maryland 400 project. I just graduated in May from Randolph College with my B.A. in history, with minors in museum studies and art history. I have performed in-depth research on several occasions, and am excited to continue to grow my skills and knowledge with this project! I am researching the men from the Seventh Company of the First Maryland Regiment, who were from Annapolis or the larger Anne Arundel County area, and will write and upload biographies for each. If you have any questions or comments on anyone I am researching or anything that I have I written, I would love to hear from you!
I am primarily interested in learning about historic figures as real people who, just like us, had relationships, likes and dislikes, friends and enemies, pets, homes, and even made mistakes. I hope to discover some of these details about our Revolutionary War heroes in order to help expand our knowledge and understanding of them and their lives.
I would like to thank the Sons of the American Revolution for continuing to provide funding for my position and this wonderful project.
Thanks for reading!