Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Augustine Herrman (1621-1686)
MSA SC 3520-14061


Books and Articles-

Beck, Herbert Huebener. "Augstine Herrman, Lancaster county’s first map maker" ... In: Historical papers and addresses of the Lancaster County Historical
Society". Lancaster, Pa.: [Lancaster County Historical Society], 1931, v. 35. p. [261]-266.

Deyl, Václav. Pres more a hory : vypsání osudu našeho krajana na pocátku nového veku. Cervený Kostelec : A. Doležal, 1945. [Fiction.]

Capek, Thomas, 1861-1950. Augustine Herrman of Bohemia Manor, monograph. Praha: [State printing office in Praha] 1930. George Peabody Library,
Non-Circ 920 H459C c. 1 Available.

Duvall, William G. "Smuggling sotweed : Augustine Herrman and the Dutch connection" In: Maryland Historical Magazine, vol. 98, no. 4 (Winter, 2003), p.
388-407. Baltimore, Md. : Maryland Historical Society, 2003.

Erhardt, Clement Dumont, Jr.. Augustine Herrman, lord of Bohemian Manor. [Baltimore, 1965].

Fijn, Walter Johan. Accuracy and Distortion in Historical Maps, A Study of Augustine Herrman's 1673 Map of the Chesapeake Bay. Thesis
(M.A.)--University of Maryland at College Park, 1992.

Heck, Earl L.W. Augustine Herrman, Beginner of the Virginia Tobacco Trade, Merchant of New Amsterdam, and First Lord of Bohemia Manor in
Maryland. Richmond, VA: The William Byrd Press, Inc., 1941.

"Herrman, Augustine" IN American national biography, v. 10 (1999). New York : Oxford University Press.

Herrman, Augustine, 1621-1686. "Journal of the Dutch embassy to Maryland, by Augustine Herrman, 1659" In Hall, Clayton Colman, 1847-1916. Narratives
of Early Maryland, 1633-1684 ... New York, 1910, p. [309]-333.

Mallery, Charles Payson. Ancient families of Bohemia manor; their homes and their graves. (Papers of the Historical Society of Delaware ; 7). Wilmington:
The Historical Society of Delaware, 1888.

Papenfuse, Edward C., et al.  A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature, 1635-1789,  2 vols.  Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1979.

Phillips, Philip Lee, 1857 - 1924. Rare Map of Virginia and Maryland / by Augustine Herrman: A Bibliographical Account with Facsimile Reproductions
from the Copy in the Birtish Museum. Washington, DC: W. H. Lowdermilk & Co., 1911.

Ristow, Walter W. (Walter, William), 1908-2006. Augustine Herrman’s map of Virginia and Maryland. [Washington, D.C., 1960].

Scharf, J. Thomas. History of Maryland from the Colonial Period to the Present Day, 3 vols.  Hatboro, PA:  Tradition Press, 1967.

Stump, Henry Arthur, 1889- . Augustine Herman : 1606-1686, founder of Bohemia manor, 1661. Baltimore : Abrams Printing Co., 1920.

Wilson, James Grant, 1832-1914.

     "Augustine Herrmann, Bohemian, 1605-1686" / a paper prepared by Gen. James Grant Wilson, of New York, an honorary member of the New Jersey
     Historical Society, and read at a meeting of the Society, held May 15, 1890. [s.l. :s.n.], 1890.

     "A Maryland manor. A paper read before the Maryland historical society, March 11th, 1889." Baltimore [Printed by J. Murphy & co.] 1890. Fund
     publication (Maryland Historical Society) ; no. 30, pt. 2.

Web Sources-
Augustine Herrman, Map of Virginia and Maryland, 1670 [1673]. Library of Congress, MSA SC 5339-1-172. View online version of this map in "Putting Maryland on the Map: Charts and Maps Used by the Early Settlers of Maryland," Examples from Edward C. Papenfuse and Joseph M. Coale III, The Maryland State Archives Atlas of Historical Maps of Maryland 1608-1908. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003.

Archival Sources-
Assembly documents confirming Augustine Herrman and his family naturalized citizens of Maryland.  GENERAL ASSEMBLY (proceedings), Archives of Maryland, vol. 1, p. 462, September 17, 1663, Maryland State Archives.

Maryland State Archives,  SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Biographical Series), Casparus Augustine Herman file [Son of Augustine Herrman],  MSA MSA SC 3520-642.

Capek, Thomas, 1861-1950.

     Augustine Herrman of Bohemia Manor. Praha: [State printing office in Praha], 1930. Copies of some records & dispositions relating to the Great Bohemia
     Mannor lying on Bohemia River in Maryland : memorandum, with two patents granted to Augustine Herman, the one for 6000 acres, called Bohemia Mannor,
     and the other for 1000 acres, called Little Bohemia" ... Philadelphia : Printed by Andrew Bradford for Col. Ephraim Augustine Herrman, 1723.

     "Thomas Capek collection of materials relating to Czechoslovakia and Czech Americans, 1619-1953."

Herrman, Augustine, 1621-1686. Augustine Herrman artist file : study photographs and reproductions of works of art with accompanying documentation
1920-2000 [graphic]. By Frick Art Reference Library. Publisher 1920- .

Howland, McClure M. (McClure Meredith), 1906-1985. "McClure Meredith Howland papers, 1941-1977. "[manuscript] 1 linear ft.
Summary Correspondence, genealogies, articles, notes, and other papers, relating to 69 families including Brice, Dulaney, Herrman, Howland, Southworth, and
Stansby, including research on English genealogy and ancestors. Includes unpublished article by David H. Kelley containing information pertaining to the ancestry of
Eve of Leinster (fl. 1170). Persons represented include Richard de Clare, Augustine Herrman, and Judith Verleth.
Cite as: Mcclure Meredith Howland Papers (Mss 304). R Stanton Avery Special Collections Department, New England Historic Genealogical Society.
Note Freelance author and family genealogist.
Finding aids Finding aid in the repository.
Subject Kelley, David H.
Pembroke, Richard de Clare, Earl of, 1135?-1176.
Herrman, Augustine, 1621-1686.
Verleth, Judith, d. ca. 1666.
Brice family.
Delaney family.
Herman family.
Howland family.
Southworth family.
Stansby family.
Great Britain -- Genealogy.
British Americans.
Added author Kelley, David H.

Keith, Charles Penrose. Papers, ca. 1699-1866. Related Subjects: Herrman, Augustine, 1621-1686. | Keith family. | Penn, John, -- 1760-1834.

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