Showing posts with label History 1861 1865 American Civil War. Show all posts
Showing posts with label History 1861 1865 American Civil War. Show all posts

Saturday, June 23, 2018

A big thank you for the sponsors of this year’s Corbit’s Charge events.

A big thank you for the sponsors of this year’s Corbit’s Charge events.

155th Anniversary of Corbit’s Charge Civil War Encampment

I attended as many of the events todays as possible. The first commemoration was mentioned today several times. I have fond memories of the first event. And I miss Tom LeGore, one of the great historians of Corbit’s Charge, Civil War, Westminster, and Carroll County history. Mr. LeGore passed away last year. His passing left many of us sad.

Corbit's Charge: The Civil War in Carroll County
155th Anniversary Civil War Encampment
1838 Emerald Hill Ln, Westminster, MD
June 23-24th, 2018

Location:  Emerald Hill Mansion, Historic Westminster City Hall, 1838 Emerald Hill Ln, Westminster, MD




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Brief Summary of the Event, according to the Pipe Creek Civil War Round Table website: https://pipecreekcivilwarroundtable.weebly.com/corbits-charge-encampment.html June 23, 2018

Each year during the last weekend in June, the Pipe Creek Civil War Round Table (PCCWRT) and other historical groups commemorate the tragedy of war that took place on Westminster’s streets and within surrounding Carroll County, MD. The annual event exhibits a great experience for visitors of all ages by providing children’s activities, concerts, military demonstrations, vignette skits, skirmishes between the armies, and presentations by living historians. Traditional artisans, such as blacksmiths and tinsmiths, will be present at the event. There are also guided tours of Westminster detailing the historic landmarks of the city and battle. Authors, local historic societies, and historic artifacts will be featured inside the Emerald Hill house.   

The paramount activity will be a memorial service on Saturday June 23rd located at the Corbit’s Charge Monument at 200 Willis St. which recognizes the sacrifice of the Civil War era civilians of Westminster as well as the soldiers of both the Union and Confederate Armies. This memorial service concludes at the graveyard of Westminster’s Ascension Episcopal Church located at 23 N. Court St. with the laying of two wreaths on the graves of 2 Civil War Veterans: 1st Lt. John Murray, Co. E 4th Virginia Cavalry (Confederate, killed during Corbit’s Charge) and Samuel Butler Co. C 32nd Inf. U.S.C.T. (Union)

So, please join the Pipe Creek Civil War Roundtable and fellow historical groups in attendance at the 155th Anniversary Corbit's Charge Encampment to honor and commemorate the Civil War history in Carroll County, MD.

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Saturday, May 20, 2017

On the Edge of Freedom: Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad in the Borderlands


On the Edge of Freedom: Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad in the Borderlands - Concurrent Session 14: In it Together: UGRR Networks at work. A portion of the National Underground Railroad and Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Conference. Saturday May 20, 2017

Presentation 1: Tracking Harriet Tubman's network from Maryland to Canada West by Don Papaon.

Presentation 2: by Michael Boston: Platt H. Skinner -  Abolishionist and teacher of Deaf, Blind and Mute Black Children.

Saturday May 20, 2017

Harriet Tubman Museum & Educational Center


Harriet Tubman Museum & Educational Center
424 Race St, Cambridge, MD 21613

20 May 2017 Saturday for potions of the National Underground Railroad and Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Conference.

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Monday, September 14, 2015

Civil War Trust: Civil War Casualties


Civil War Trust: Civil War Casualties

Retrieved September 14, 2015 the Civil War Trust website

THE COST OF WAR: KILLED, WOUNDED, CAPTURED, AND MISSING

The Civil War was America's bloodiest conflict.  The unprecedented violence of battles such as Shiloh, Antietam, Stones River, and Gettysburg shocked citizens and international observers alike.  Nearly as many men died in captivity during the Civil War as were killed in the whole of the Vietnam War.  Hundreds of thousands died of disease.  Roughly 2% of the population, an estimated 620,000 men, lost their lives in the line of duty.  Taken as a percentage of today's population, the toll would have risen as high as 6 million souls.

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Consequences

Gettysburg dead

The Battle of Gettysburg left approximately 7,000 corpses in the fields around the town. Family members had to come to the battlefield to find their loved ones in the carnage. (Library of Congress)

Approximately one in four soldiers that went to war never returned home.  At the outset of the war, neither army had mechanisms in place to handle the amount of death that the nation was about to experience.  There were no national cemeteries, no burial details, and no messengers of loss.  The largest human catastrophe in American history, the Civil War forced the young nation to confront death and destruction in a way that has not been equaled before or since.

Recruitment was highly localized throughout the war.  Regiments of approximately one thousand men, the building block of the armies, would often be raised from the population of a few adjacent counties.  Soldiers went to war with their neighbors and their kin.  The nature of recruitment meant that a battlefield disaster could wreak havoc on the home community.

The 26th North Carolina, hailing from seven counties in the western part of the state, suffered 714 casualties out of 800 men during the Battle of Gettysburg.  The 24th Michigan squared off against the 26th North Carolina at Gettysburg and lost 362 out of 496 men.  Nearly the entire student body of Ole Miss--135 out 139--enlisted in Company A of the 11th Mississippi.  Company A, also known as the "University Greys" suffered 100% casualties in Pickett's Charge.  Eighteen members of the Christian family of Christianburg, Virginia were killed during the war.  It is estimated that one in three Southern households lost at least one family member.

One in thirteen surviving Civil War soldiers returned home missing one or more limbs.  Pre-war jobs on farms or in factories became impossible or nearly so.  This led to a rise in awareness of veterans' needs as well as increased responsibility and social power for women.  For many, however, there was no solution.  Tens of thousands of families slipped into destitution.


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Thursday, April 2, 2015

See the Sites | Crossroads of the American Civil War



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African American

AFRICAN AMERICAN

Explore sites that touch on the African American experience during the Civil War.  Visit places like Tolson’s Chapel, in Sharpsburg, a post-Civil War church and Freedmen’s Bureau school, and Lincoln Cemetery in Gettysburg, where many African American military veterans of the Civil War are buried. View Map
Battlefields / Military

BATTLEFIELDS / MILITARY

In addition to the well-known battlefields, explore places like Ball’s Bluff, and South Mountain, and Shepherdstown, where smaller engagements had no less meaning for the participants. View Map
Cemeteries / Monuments

CEMETERIES / MONUMENTS

Hundreds of monuments throughout the region honor the exploits and sacrifices of so many, and several cemeteries are dedicated to those who fought and died in the war. View Map
Historic Buildings

HISTORIC BUILDINGS

Historic buildings are almost everywhere you turn here.  John Brown’s Fort in Harpers Ferry, Kemp Hall in Frederick, the David Wills house in Gettysburg, and the Landon House in Urbana are just a few to explore. View Map
Homefront

HOMEFRONT

Civilians in this border region experienced the war almost daily.  Visit the Jenny Wade House in Gettysburg, the Barbara Fritchie Museum in Frederick, and the Union Mills Homestead in Carroll County to see how war affected the citizens of the area. View Map
Museums / Archives

MUSEUMS / ARCHIVES

Find out how the wounded were cared for at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick, and visit the Belle Boyd House to see where the spy lived in Martinsburg. View Map
National / State Parks

NATIONAL / STATE PARKS

National Park Service sites like Antietam National Battlefield and Gettysburg National Military Park, and state parks like Maryland’s South Mountain Battlefield tell the story of the bravery of soldiers and the carnage of war.  View Map


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Saturday, May 10, 2014

Announcing ‘The Civil War in Carroll County 1864’ on May 17, 2014 at the Historical Society of Carroll County

Announcing ‘The Civil War in Carroll County 1864’ on May 17, 2014 at the Historical Society of Carroll County

The Civil War in Carroll County 1864

The Historical Society of Carroll County (HSCC)
216 East Main Street, Westminster, MD
Partners: Carroll County Public Library and Dave Shuey of History Teller Productions

Westminster, MD - The Civil War comes alive this month at the Historical Society of Carroll County, Maryland, Inc. (HSCC) with a revealing new exhibit at Cockey’s, 216 East Main Street, Westminster, Maryland.

Special programs will be presented at 10:30 AM and 2:30 PM.  Admission is free.  The exhibit will remain through 2014, Tuesday through Friday, 10 AM to 4 PM.

‘The Civil War in Carroll County: 1864’ commemorates Carroll County’s prominent role in the War.  Visitors will see artifacts, photos and documents that showcase Lincoln’s presidential election of 1864, Civil War era conscription, United States Colored Troops from Carroll County, the Johnson-Gilmor raid of New Windsor and Westminster, the personal effects of Civil War soldiers, and Civil War weapons.

Visitors also will enjoy a sideboard that survived the July, 1864, burning of Chambersburg, PA, when Brigadier General John McCausland, Jr. demanded ransom money for the Confederacy. 

David Shuey of History Teller Productions will present General John McCausland in period attire, describing his ride through Maryland 150 years ago. 

The General’s horse will be on hand to delight children of all ages.  Shuey’s appearance is sponsored by the Carroll County Public Library (CCPL) and History Teller Productions.

The historic Sherman-Fisher-Shellman House Museum at 206 East Main Street and the Shriver-Weybright Gallery in Kimmey House at 210 East Main Street will be open for tours. 

Admission to the Shriver-Weybright Gallery is free. 

Admission to the Shellman House is free for HSCC members, $ 5 each for others.

Visitors may participate in a special raffle for gifts from HSCC’s Shop at Cockey’s, while the CCPL Bookmobile will help visitors peruse and borrow books and other media about the Civil War.

HSCC is celebrating 75 years of service to the community in 2014.  Founded in 1939 to preserve and restore the Mary Shellman house, HSCC today exists to collect and preserve artifacts and documents about Carroll County history and educate the public about local heritage.  The Society is a partner with the City of Westminster in celebrating the 250th anniversary of the founding of the City of Westminster.
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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

The Civil War Returns July 3, 2013 Kevin E. Dayhoff #cw150 #Gettysburg150 #gburg150 http://tinyurl.com/kd3d9rr

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Opening ceremonies at Union Mills Homestead on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Photo by Kevin Dayhoff

This week, our area and the nation paused to remember the tragic events of 150-years ago. Today marks the end of the Battle of Gettysburg.

Fought over the first three days of July in 1863, the battle proved to be both climatic and one of the most cataclysmic events in American history.

The Gettysburg campaign was Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee's bold offensive into the north in an attempt to provide a knock-out blow to the 95,000-strong Union Army of the Potomac.

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This past weekend in Westminster, the ceremonies to pay our respects to the events of 150-years ago, began on Friday evening with services at the Corbit’s Charge monument on Court Street and the Ascension Church cemetery.

On Saturday and Sunday, the historic commemorations moved north of Westminster and closer to Gettysburg and appointment with immortality – to a living history event, “Citizen Meets Soldier,” at the Shriver family Union Mills Homestead.

For several days in June, just before the Battle of Gettysburg, thousands of Confederate and Union troops camped at the Union Mills Homestead. Like much of our nation, the Shriver family had divided loyalties during the war which pitted brother against brother.

Last weekend the National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg held a three-day event to commemorate the role that the Sisters of Charity and Daughters of Charity played at the Battle of Gettysburg….


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Photo: Opening ceremonies at Union Mills Homestead on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Photo by Kevin Dayhoff

The Corbit's Charge Commemorative Committee and the Union Mills Homestead Foundation, Inc. jointly planned "Corbit's Charge - Union Mills 1863," - “a collaborative celebration and commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the events in Westminster and Union Mills on June 29th and June 30th, 1863,” according to a joint press release from June 27, 2012.

The planned events held last weekend commemorated “key events in Carroll County's Civil War history, particularly in the lead-up to and during what eventually became the Battle of Gettysburg…

“"Corbit's Charge- Union Mills 1863" … (involved) three days of special events in Westminster and Union Mills from Friday, June 28 to Sunday, June 30, 2013. These events will include commemorations, Civil War re-enactors and encampments, musical celebrations, and living history displays.”

On Friday evening, June 28, 2013, the commemoration featured walking tours of the Corbit's Charge Battle Site, along with related ceremonies in Westminster.

On Saturday and Sunday, June 29 and 30, 2013, the venue for the commemoration weekend was located on the scenic and spacious grounds of the Union Mills Homestead, offering an authentic setting much the way it was in 1863….

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Opening ceremonies at Union Mills Homestead on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Photo by Kevin Dayhoff

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Opening ceremonies at Union Mills Homestead on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Photo by Kevin Dayhoff

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Opening ceremonies at Union Mills Homestead on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Photo by Kevin Dayhoff

Opening ceremonies at Union Mills Homestead on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Photo by Kevin Dayhoff

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 The Corbit's Charge Commemorative Committee and the Union Mills Homestead Foundation, Inc. jointly planned "Corbit's Charge - Union Mills 1863," - “a collaborative celebration and commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the events in Westminster and Union Mills on June 29th and June 30th, 1863,” according to a joint press release from June 27, 2012. http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2013/07/opening-ceremonies-at-union-mills.html

The planned events held last weekend commemorated “key events in Carroll County's Civil War history, particularly in the lead-up to and during what eventually became the Battle of Gettysburg…

“"Corbit's Charge- Union Mills 1863" … (involved) three days of special events in Westminster and Union Mills from Friday, June 28 to Sunday, June 30, 2013. These events will include commemorations, Civil War re-enactors and encampments, musical celebrations, and living history displays.”

On Friday evening, June 28, 2013, the commemoration featured walking tours of the Corbit's Charge Battle Site, along with related ceremonies in Westminster.

On Saturday and Sunday, June 29 and 30, 2013, the venue for the commemoration weekend was located on the scenic and spacious grounds of the Union Mills Homestead, offering an authentic setting much the way it was in 1863….

At Union Mills, visitors had the opportunity “to get a front row view of the military forces of 150 years ago, as well as the effect of the conflict on Maryland's civilian population, which was divided in its loyalties, sometimes pitching brother against brother. The family who lived in Union Mills in 1863 was divided in just this manner, with the brother who lived at the Union Mills Homestead being a Northern sympathizer, and his brother across the street favoring the Southern cause…”

"Corbit's Charge - Union Mills 1863" on Saturday, June 29th, and Sunday, June 30th, 2013, brought “to life the historically significant and fascinating history of 150 years ago as experienced in Carroll County, Maryland….”

The key historical happenings in the summer of 1863 included “General Meade's establishment of the Pipe Creek Line defensive plan through Carroll County, the movement of large numbers of armed forces from both North and South through the County in the wake of General Lee's invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania, a spirited cavalry skirmish in Westminster, and the occupation of and encampment in Union Mills by both Confederate and Union armies on consecutive days - with a close call as the Confederates moved out of Union Mills just hours before the arrival of the Union Army…

According to information provided by the Union Mills Homestead, “In Westminster, on June 29, 1863, elements of the Union's First Delaware Cavalry engaged the lead elements of Gen. J.E.B. Stuart's Confederate cavalry. Though thoroughly lacking in experience and vastly outnumbered, Companies C and D of the Delaware Regiment, approximately 100 men in all, charged on horseback head on into the front of the rebel column of approximately 5000 horsemen. The cavalry fight at the junction of Main Street and Washington Road became known as "Corbit's Charge" after Capt. Charles Corbit, Commander of the First Delaware Cavalry.

Later that evening, Stuart's Cavalry moved from Westminster up the road to Union Mills, an important crossroads which became the center of a large amount of military activity over the next few days. Stuart's Cavalry arrived in Union Mills late on June 29th, where large numbers of Stuart's men were fed flapjacks at the Union Mills Homestead, and where large numbers of those soldiers spent the night Early the next day, June 30, 1863, General J.E.B. Stuart and his officers were entertained and fed breakfast by the southern-sympathizing Shrivers across the road from the Shriver Homestead. Later that morning, Stuart's Cavalry left Union Mills, and just a few hours later Union forces from the Union Army's Fifth Corps arrived at Union Mills. Brig. Gen. James Barnes, First Division Commander, made the Shriver Homestead his headquarters that evening.

About the Corbit’ s Charge Commemorative Committee -The Committee was organized by Pipe Creek Civil War Roundtable in 2003 to coordinate the commemoration of Corbit’s Charge in Westminster. The Committee is part of the Community Foundation of Carroll County, Inc. and has successfully organized annual celebrations of Corbit’s Charge in Westminster in June of each year since 2003.

About the Union Mills Homestead Foundation, Inc. The Homestead Foundation was established on October 11, 1964, by Frederic Shriver Klein, Philip Shriver Klein, and Richard Henry Klein, the fifth generation of the Shriver family to live in the Shriver Homestead. The Klein brothers established the Foundation in order to operate, preserve, and maintain the Union Mills Homestead and to secure appropriate preservation funding. In ensuing years, the Kleins transferred the structures and real property to the Carroll County Government which in turn leased the property back to the Foundation. By a similar arrangement, ownership of the physical artifacts was transferred to the Foundation, now a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. The Foundation's operation of the site continues today in accordance with these agreements, with the Carroll County Government as a key partner in its preservation mission.

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Opening ceremonies at Union Mills Homestead on Saturday, June 29, 2013. Photo by Kevin Dayhoff

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Photo: Kevin Dayhoff and Caroline Babylon Friday August 13, 1863 [19990813 a CBK CW]
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Saturday, June 29, 2013

Here for the day for Civil War commemorative events at Union Mills Homestead


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Garden bridge at Union Mills Homestead Corbit's Charge Gettysburg

Civil War re-enactors discuss obtaining horses Je 29 1863 Union Mills Homestead

Re-enactors discuss series of events that took place June 29 1863 Union Mills