Immediately following the Civil War, little attention was paid to the patriotic flag-waving heroine of John Greenleaf Whittier’s 1863 poem “Barbara Fritchie.
The Civil War in Carroll County: 1863 includes objects, documents and photographs depicting Carroll County during a pivotal time in our nation's history.
The importance of railroads during the Civil War was significant. Moving troops and supplies by rail was far better than by foot and wagons on muddy, unpaved roads.
Enjoy the museum's annual holiday celebration of toy trains and model railroading.
The Jewish Museum of Maryland presents a sesquicentennial exhibition and tour marking the war that not only divided the nation but split our community.
Compelling insights about the casualty & compassion from the hearts of sister nurses during the civil war.
Tour 18 historic houses of worship in downtown Hagerstown