book cover for Loyalty on the Line, a person hangs the US flag out a second story home window and military on horses below at the doorThe controversy surrounding the monuments and memory of Maryland’s Civil War legacy is not new. During the American Civil War, Maryland did not join the Confederacy but nonetheless possessed divided loyalties and sentiments. In this session, Snow College Assistant Professor David Graham examines the place of Maryland in Civil War memory, and how that legacy has hinged on interpretations of the state’s loyalty.

About the 2021 winter series, Lest We Forget: History, Memory, and an Inclusive Future: How do we remember the past? How does our historical record and memory influence us today? This series unpacks stories of Chesapeake history with a focus on what our understanding of the past means for our future.

Date/Time: Wednesday, Feb. 3, 7:30pm
Location: Virtual
Cost: Free – This first session will be presented FREE thanks to the generous sponsorship of Ellen & Dick Bodorff, Sharon & Duane Ekedahl, Liz & Howard Freedlander, Elizabeth Moose, and Beverly & Richard Tilghman.
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