|3 January, 1777
||Withdrew to Morristown for the winter.
|22 August, 1777
||Sullivan's Raid on Staten Island
|11, September, 1777
|4 October, 1777
||Smallwood and Marylanders spent winter in Wilmington and rejoined
Washington in June, 1778.
|28 June, 1778
|16 September 1778
||Phillips Heights, N.Y.
|19 July, 1779
||Stoney Point Fort
||About 150 Marylander Volunteers participated in the Attack on Stoney
Point on the Hudson River. The fort was taken totally by the bayonet.
|16 April, 1780
||Maryland Line leaves for Charleston with 12 fieldpieces.
|16, August, 1780
||Camben S.C. The English suprise the Americans and the Marylanders
save the army from total destruction.
|21, December, 1780
||The turning point of the war. Daniel Morgan and John Eager defeat
|15, March, 1781
||Guilford Court House, N.C.
||The First Maryland's most famous battle. American's loose the
battle, but press the English so hard that the English commander is
forced to fire artillery into his own ranks to win the battle.
||Hobkirk's hill, S.C.
|22 May, 1781
||Ninety Six, S.C.
|8, September 1781
||Futaw Springs, S.C.
|23, August, 1782
||Combahee Ferry, S.C.
||last engagement of any size by the Maryland forces.