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To Antietam and Back: First Saturday Walking Tour
September 3, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT| Free | Pay What You Please
The world turned its eyes to Frederick in September 1862.
Join the National Museum of Civil War Medicine’s Jake Wynn and Avery Lentz on a guided walking tour of Downtown Frederick focusing on the city’s role in the Maryland Campaign of 1862. Hear the words of those who experienced Confederate occupation, fighting in the streets, and the deluge of wounded soldiers coming into the city’s hospitals from the bloodiest day in American history, September 17, 1862.
Tour will meet at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine beginning at 2:45 PM. Program will begin at 3 PM.
This program is a “pay-as-you-please” event. Registration is FREE. Give us your feedback and pay what YOU think it was worth when the tour is over. Attendees are encouraged to register by following the link below.
Step back into history on First Saturday! In the summer and fall of 2016, the National Museum of Civil War Medicine is hosting a series of walking tours through our backyard: Downtown Frederick. On each First Saturday of the month, tour the sites and hear of the momentous events that took place in the city during the Civil War.