Join us this weekend on April 14-15, 2018 for a special living history event at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine featuring the Blue and Gray Hospital Association.
Members of the Blue and Gray will be in the Delaplaine-Randall Conference Room describing the medical history of America’s bloodiest conflict. Dressed as members of the Union Army’s medical department and armed with period medical equipment, the unit brings a unique perspective to understanding the conflict which helps bring Civil War medical care to life. The living history presentations are included with museum admission and FREE for Museum members.
The Blue and Gray Hospital Association are a Civil War living history organization that includes members from PA, MD, VA, & WV. Founded January 1, 2012, the Blue and Gray participate in a variety of different educational activities which include living histories, historical workshops, field trips, lectures and presentations. The association includes a medical staff, a chaplain, privates, nurses, laundress, seamstresses, and cooks.
Visit civilwarmed.org or contact Jake Wynn at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Saturday - Sunday April 14 - 15 | 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
National Museum of Civil War Medicine
Delaplaine Randall Conference Room
48 E Patrick Street | Frederick, MD 21701