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Register Now! 2014 Antietam Early Banjo Gathering

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  2014 Antietam Early Banjo Gathering (AEBG-VII) At the National Museum of Civil War Medicine’s Pry House Field Hospital Museum On Antietam National Battlefield   In Partnership with The Baltimore Museum of Industry   June 20-22, 2014   The National Museum of Civil War Medicine is proud to present the Seventh Antietam Early Banjo Gathering [...]

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Historic Wet-Plate Photography at CBMSO

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Mr. John Milleker will be in the historic space of the Missing Soldiers Office from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM demonstrating and using the same photographic processes that photographers utilized during the Civil War. Say Cheese and get your image made!! Proceeds benefit the museum.

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Scholars Saturday at the Pry House

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The Pry House Field Hospital Museum will host its first Civil War Scholars Saturday on April 26, 2014.
Hear about the aftermath of Antietam from four leading scholars on the grounds of the Pry.

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Strategic Survey

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The Executive Staff is seeking public input in telling the museum’s story to help better serve the community. We would like to continue the conversation by asking you to take part in our Community Input Survey. ONLY 4 QUESTIONS!

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Annual Appeal

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Each year the Museum makes a direct appeal to our members, donors and supporters asking for an investment in a project of long-term importance. This year our appeal is an opportunity to preserve the legacy of one of America’s greatest citizens: Miss Clara Barton.

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Caleb Dorsey Baer: Frederick, Maryland’s Confederate Surgeon

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The diary and letters of Dr. Baer open a window into a little-known aspect of the American Civil War. Caleb Baer was born in Maryland and served in Missouri, both of which were border states with divided loyalties. Caleb served with Confederate forces, but his family members in Frederick County, Maryland, were staunch Union supporters. Never-before-published documents show a human side to the Civil War, including the toll the war took on families.

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