An outbuilding on the Thomas farm where fighting took place July 9, 1864, on the Monocacy National Battlefield south of Frederick, Md. The battle is credited with delaying the Confederate move toward Washington, D.C.
An outbuilding on the Thomas farm where fighting took place July 9, 1864, on the Monocacy National Battlefield south of Frederick, Md. The battle is credited with delaying the Confederate move toward Washington, D.C. Carole Feldman AP
An outbuilding on the Thomas farm where fighting took place July 9, 1864, on the Monocacy National Battlefield south of Frederick, Md. The battle is credited with delaying the Confederate move toward Washington, D.C. Carole Feldman AP

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Hiking and learning on the Civil War battlefields

October 08, 2014 8:01 PM

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