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As the world reaches out to aid refugees from Ukraine who have lost everything in this moment, a Stevenson History class has worked all semester to uncover Baltimore's pivotal role during a similar humanitarian crisis in the wake of WWII. In the process we may be developing a new field: forensic history. ...Click here to read more.

Stevenson's history students are learning about Civil War medicine and surgery by examining the experiences of Marylanders who were killed, wounded, or missing during the Battle of Antietam in September 1862.  Along the way, those students are creating a one-of-a-kind database that examines those experiences through the records and writings of the soldiers themselves....Click here to read more.

On Saturday November 6, the Stevenson History Program journeyed down to Talbot County, Maryland to see the oldest working mill in Maryland....Click here to read more.

Stevenson University's history program is back on the road again:  in a COVID-safe way....Click here to read more.

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