Pints & the Past: the Last Confederate Invasion

July 12, 2014 @ 3:00 am – 5:00 am GMT0
Museum of Frederick County History
24 E Church St
Maryland 21701
Raise a pint to Frederick at our summer Pints & the Past! On Friday, July 11, at 7:00 pm, the latest in our popular series will feature the National Museum of Civil War Medicine’s new “Bad Old Man Ransom Ale” and a discussion on the Confederacy’s third and final invasion of the North in the summer of 1864 and its impact on the citizens of Frederick County, led by NMCWM Programming Coordinator and Historian, Kyle Wichtendahl.
This program will be held in the garden at the Historical Society of Frederick County’s headquarters at 24 East Church Street in Frederick. It is presented in partnership with the National Museum of Civil War Medicine and sponsored by Brewer’s Alley. Pints & the Past is a fun, relaxed program for anyone interested in getting together to chat about history. Guests are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early and grab a pint of “Ransom Ale,” the latest in a partnership between NMCWM and the Monocacy Bottling Company.
For more information or to RSVP, visit our Facebook event page at or contact Kristen M. Butler, Program Coordinator, at (301) 663-1188, ext. 105 or

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