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When Hell Came to Sharpsburg:

The Battle of Antietam
and its Impact on the Civilians Who Called it Home

with
Historian, Author & Screenwriter

Steve Cowie
 

will be presented live via Zoom web-conferencing.


 

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When Hell Came to Sharpsburg:

The Battle of Antietam and its Impact on the Civilians Who Called it Home

The Battle of Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day in American history.

In just a dozen hours of combat, more than 23,000 men had been killed, wounded,

or captured – and yet the battle’s horrendous toll on area civilians is rarely discussed. 

In the small community of Sharpsburg, MD, where ordinary families lived, worked,   and worshipped, the fighting turned their lives upside down.


Join us as historian Steve Cowie explores how the battle and its opposing armies wreaked emotional, physical, and financial havoc on the people of Sharpsburg. We’ll follow families like the Mummas, Roulettes, Millers, and many others - ordinary folk thrust into harrowing circumstances - and their struggle to recover from their unexpected and often devastating losses.

Steven Cowie earned a degree from California State University, Long Beach. As part of the Los Angeles film industry, he penned spec screenplays and sold his award-winning short to the Sundance Channel. A lifelong student of the Civil War, he dedicated fifteen years to exclusively researching the Battle of Antietam. When Hell Came to Sharpsburg is his first book.

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Past Programs

a sampling...

2023

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What Manner of Men - 26th NC.jpg
Benjamin Butler.jpg
Cedar Mountain to Antietam.12th Corps - 032623 - Chris Bryan.jpg
Gettysburg in Color - 042323 - Patrick Brennan.jpg

2022

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Antietam.jpg
The Families' Civil War.jpg
Washington Roebling's Civil War.jpg
Robert E. Lee's Civil War, Day by Day.jpg
James Longstreet and the American Civil War.jpg
Robert Lee Hodge.jpg
Elmer Ellsworth.jpg
Meade & Lee After Gettysburg.jpg
Robert Gould Show.jpg
Meade at Gettysburg.jpg

2021

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Hays Program.jpg
1st Manassas Program.jpg
August Willich Program.jpg
Greenhow Program.jpg
A Republic in the Ranks.jpg
Extra Billy Smith.jpg
Meade at Gettysburg.jpg
John Bell Hood.jpg
A Thousand May Fall.jpg
Unlike Anything.jpg

2015

Virginias Monuments.jpg
Lincoln Assassination.jpg
Program Flyer.jpg
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Liar Temptress Flyer.jpg
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2014

Brown - Draft Riots.jpg
Quinn - The Hills.jpg
Civil War Lovers Guide to NYC.jpg
Lincoln & Border Region.jpg
Base Ball.jpg
Cotton and Race in Making the Civil War.
Col Farrell on Meade.jpg
Lincoln's Power to Pardon.jpg
JewsInCivilWar.jpg
Shermans Demons.jpg

2013

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Jorgensen Bio and presentation info.jpg
Forts Flyer.jpg
Looking Beyond Death.jpg
A Disease in the Public Mind.jpg
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