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National Museum of Civil War Medicine Frederick

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National Museum of Civil War Medicine
48 East Patrick Street
Frederick
MD
21705
Tel: 301 695 1864

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The National Museum of Civil War Medicine is the premiere repository of exhibits and artifacts devoted to the technological and procedural advances made in the medical field between 1861-1865. The Museum is committed to effectively weaving the narrative of suffering soldiers, caregivers, their families and the dramatic and innovative developments in medical treatment. The Museum utilizes its collection to heighten public awareness of the modern medical practices that originated on the battlefields and in the hospitals of this once-divided country.
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    We LOVED this museum! It was so much better than I thought it would be. We loved all the interactive displays, full-sized life-like scenes, sound effects, variety of photos and artifacts, and the enthusiastic, helpful staff.

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    Great museum very interesting

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