Owen Lourie is a historian at the Maryland State Archives, first joining the staff as an intern in 2003. He has conducted and supervised research on a wide array of topics relating to Maryland history, most recently on Brookeville, Maryland during the Early Federal Era. He also co-curated an exhibit at the Maryland State House, “‘The Enemy Nearly All ‘Round Us’: Annapolis & The War of 1812.” He earned a B.A. in American Studies from Kenyon College in 2005, and an M.A. in history, with a concentration in public history, from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in 2012.
Burkely Hermann, Maryland Society of the Sons of the American Revolution Research Fellow
Burkely Hermann is a graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, where he majored in political science, with a minor in history. His past work has looked at the civil rights movement, mass culture, and colonial history, as well as an in-depth study of Tench Tilghman, aide-de-camp to George Washington during the American Revolution.
Nicholas Couto, Research Intern, 2016
Sean Baker, Staff Researcher, 2014-2015
Joshua Rifkin, Research Intern, 2015
Emily Huebner, Staff Researcher, 2013-2014
Taira Sullivan, Research Intern, 2014
Daniel Blattau, Research Intern, 2013
Jeff Truitt, Research Intern, 2013
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