Life on the Border: Marylanders during the Civil War
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In our Civil War roundtable, co-author Nathania A. Branch-Miles looks at the local impact of the conflict from her book Prince George’s County & the Civil War: Life on the Border. She is joined by local historian Eric F. Mease who shares the contributions of black veterans of Cecil County who served in major Civil War battles and campaigns including The Crater, Petersburg, and Richmond. Mease is the author of Black Civil War Patriots of Cecil County, Maryland. This annual program is sponsored with the Baltimore Chapter of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society (BAAHGS) and will begin with a Genealogy Expo in the museum’s upper lobby. Special admission $5. To RSVP, please visit or call 443-263-1816.