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Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office

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Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office was originally rediscovered by Richard Lyons of the General Services Administration (GSA) in 1996, when the building was scheduled for demolition. Located on 7th street, NW, Washington D.C., the site is the location where Clara Barton lived during and immediately after the Civil War.

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A Pry House Christmas

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We are happy to announce that the Pry House Field Hospital Museum will be holding a special event; a Pry House Christmas. On December 15th, from 11 AM to 4 PM, come and experience what Christmas was like during the time of the Civil War. We will have speakers and handouts. There will also be songs, decorations, and treats. You can even have your photo taken with our very own Civil War Santa Claus, Jim Tent! Fun for all ages!

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Civil War Beer – The Sesquicentennial Series

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History – Drink It In! These beers were inspired by actual Civil War recipes. Brewers Alley Restaurant has teamed up with the National Museum of Civil War Medicine to bring you the opportunity to share in an actual Civil War Experience — drinking beer! Click here for more information about Antietam Ale, Proclamation Porter and more.

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Fifth Annual Major Jonathan Letterman Medical Excellence Award

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The National Museum of Civil War Medicine congratulates the winners of the Fifth Annual Major Jonathan Letterman Medical Excellence Award.  COL Craig D. Shriver won the individual award and COL Dallas Hack accepted the organizational award on behalf of The Department of Defense Combat Casualty Care Research Program. The National Museum of Civil War Medicine, [...]

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Roulette Farm Artifacts Exhibit at Pry House – September Only!

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August 31, 2012For Immediate Release: Pry House Field Hospital Museum, Antietam National Battlefield satellite of theNational Museum of Civil War Medicine Civil War Medicine…it’s not what you think. Roulette Farm Artifacts Special Exhibit at Pry House To commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Antietam, the Pry House Field Hospital Museum is hosting a [...]

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Pry House Hosts Unprecedented Events for 150th Commemoration

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For Immediate Release: 150th Anniversary Weekend Commemoration of the Battle of Antietam Pry House Field Hospital Museum National Museum of Civil War Medicine  Civil War Medicine…it’s not what you think. Union Army Headquarters During the Battle of Antietam, the Pry House served as headquarters for General George B. McClellan and the Union Army. One hundred [...]

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Twentieth Annual Conference on Civil War Medicine Intinerary Announced

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Twentieth Annual Conference on Civil War Medicine Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Antietam October 5-7, 2012 Pre-Conference Event, October 4, 2012 Bus Tour of the Hospital Sites of the Antietam Battlefield Ramada Plaza Hotel, Hagerstown, MD Civil War Medicine…it’s not what you think!  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW! Come learn the facts at [...]

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Medical Innovators Honored as Heroes and Pioneers

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Contact: April DietrichInstitutional Advancement and Communicationcommunication@civilwarmed.org301-695-1864October 31, 2011 For Immediate Release: Medical Innovators Honored as Heroes and Pioneers The National Museums of Civil War Medicine will honor the innovative work of the Military Amputee Research Program (MARP) and the leadership of COL Alexander Stojadinovic, MD, FACS at a Gala Dinner on Thursday, October 27, 2011 [...]

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Nineteenth Annual Conference on Civil War Medicine: Civil War Medicine, It’s Not What You Think

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Nineteenth Annual Conference on Civil War Medicine Civil War Medicine…it’s not what you think. Come learn the facts at the Nineteenth Annual Conference on Civil War Medicine Friday-Sunday, Sept. 30, Oct. 1-2, 2011, at the Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel in Towson, MD. A pre-conference event is scheduled for Thursday, September 29. The NMCWM has assembled [...]

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