National Museum of Civil War Medicine
A new exhibit at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick offers a historical perspective on post-traumatic stress disorder.
It’s Frederick County Bell & History Day, the opening of museum season in the county.
Dr. Robert Slawson and his wife, Mavis, attended a lecture in 2004 about African-American physicians in the Civil War. That experience prompted the retired oncologist to write a book dedicated to black men and women who practiced medicine during the war.
Col. Dallas Hack works to save lives on the battlefield, even though he is thousands of miles from any combat arena.
Emmitsburg antiques dealer Dora Connolly has canceled her annual July trip to a show in Connecticut.
Long after the guns fell silent at Antietam, the earth yielded up gruesome reminders of the bloodiest day of the American Civil War: bodies, bones, buttons and entire severed limbs — one of which is now the focus of intense study at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine.
George Wunderlich began working with history-related TV programs in 1999. He and a group of people who work with him try to find out the truth about history, mostly from the 1800s.
The National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick has a featured role in a National Geographic Channel show about a Union Army surgeon.
The National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick says it’s collecting donations for Japanese earthquake victims in honor of American Red Cross founder Clara Barton.