Join us at the beautiful Boonsboro Free Library (MD) at 401 Potomac Street 21713
Program is free and open to the public.. Please rsvp.
Civil War Historian Richard Clem -- tells the Stories of FOUR Soldiers who lost their TAGS near the Antietam Battlefield...and how he found their descendants.
Local author will show vivid examples of what money looked like...before, during and after the Civil War. Includes many Bank Notes and Confederate Currency.
Stories, stories, stories....
Share your Civil War Coins, Currency, Tokens and more...
Show & Tell will be fun and informational.
Would you or your group like to bring some snacks to share? Let Rebecca know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What we don't have on-hand we'll share in pictures....Bank Notes, Confederate Currency, Tokens, Coins.
Before and after "In God We Trust"
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals, continue our Research about Smoketown Hospital and Convene Interesting Programs.
Workshop -- Finding Smoketown Hospital through Research, Technology and Relic Hunting
Start time: 11 a.m.
End time: 12:30 p.m.
Archaeologist Joe Clemens will share the best of modern Satellite Technology he can use, combined with Desk Research, to help us locate the site of the original Smoketown Tent Hospital.'
Relic Hunter, Keith Sylvester...will share stories about his Underwater Relic Hunting and Field Hunting
Our presenters will help you figure out WHAT you have discovered.
Light refreshments will be provided.
So that we can have enough for everyon, please let us know that you'll be joining us.
Call 301-797-4146 or email email@example.com.
401 Potomac Street
Boonsboro, MD 21713
REMEMBERING THE WOMEN OF ANTIETAM
SATURDAY March 17 2018
401 Potomac St.
Boonsboro, MD 21713
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Light Refreshments Provided
Dr. Emile Amt, HOOD College Professor
John Banks, Journalist & Author- CONNECTICUT YANKEES AT ANTIETAM
Mary Tilghman, Journalist & Author - DIVIDED LOYALTIES
For months after the Battle of Antietam ended, nurses, relief workers and civilian caregivers including a local 17-year old, a 26 year old nurse from DC and a 42 year old nurse from Philadelphia cared for hundreds of sick and wounded Union solders here. This tent-hospital served from Sept, 1862 - May 1863, extended over many acres of grove and farm land, through the hot autumn and cold winter months.
The program is free and open to the public. However, it will help us to know YOU are coming so we may have adequate provisions. RSVP here or though Eventbrite: https://www.facebook.com/events/1641685229256019