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Ring in 2019 with a First Day Hike

December 7, 2018

Ring in 2019 with a First Day HikeStart your new year off on the right foot with a hike in a State Park-- find your hike with our guide! Read More

Mother's Day, Then and Now

May 2, 2018

Mother's Day, Then and NowMother's Day has surprising roots in the bloody conflict of the Civil War. Read More

Experience the Hagerstown Cultural Trail and Its Historic Heritage this Summer

August 28, 2017

Experience the Hagerstown Cultural Trail and Its Historic Heritage this Summer Find local history and whimsical outdoor art installations on a journey down the Hagerstown Cultural Trail. Read More

Freedom's Run: Homage to Sacrifice

October 3, 2016

Freedom's Run: Homage to SacrificeTravis Gilbert describes a unique way to experience the Heart of the Civil War: by racing on foot, as part of Freedom's Run Read More

Start the New Year Off with a State Park Hike

December 14, 2015

Start the New Year Off with a State Park HikeStart your new year with a guided First Day Hike in one of Maryland's state parks. Read More

Ensure the Future of our Civil War Past

November 12, 2015

Ensure the Future of our Civil War PastRead about how you can become an honorary Glenn Worthington and ensure the future of our Civil War past in the Heritage Area. Read More

Newcomer Illumination: Visitors invited to participate in memorial at Antietam

November 2, 2015

Newcomer Illumination: Visitors invited to participate in memorial at AntietamLearn how you can dedicate your own luminary for the memorial illumination on the grounds of Newcomer House on Saturday, December 5. Read More

Stories of Slavery in Familiar Landscapes

September 15, 2015

A glimpse into the lives, landscapes, and resistance of enslaved Marylanders through runaway advertisements from the Study of the Legacy of Slavery in Maryland. Read More

Tolson’s Chapel: A Place of Perseverance and Triumph

September 1, 2015

Tolson’s Chapel: A Place of Perseverance and TriumphTolson's Chapel has served Sharpsburg's African American community since the Civil War as both a church and a school. Read More

From a Place of Carnage to a Destination for Reflection: Antietam National Battlefield at 125

August 25, 2015

From a Place of Carnage to a Destination for Reflection: Antietam National Battlefield at 125If you visit Antietam National Battlefield today, you're likely to drive onto federally-maintained roads, climb the 60-foot Observation Tower, and survey the tranquil agricultural landscape at the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. You may be surprised to learn that visitors to Antietam... Read More

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