Evening Mariner Series - Naval Medicine in the Civil War

August 7th, 7:30pm

This is a special, after-hours presentation in Constellation's Sick Bay where you will witness Ship's Surgeon Bradford Stone demonstrate various medical practices and theories used aboard ship during the Civil War. "Dr." Stone is a volunteer with the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick, MD. This program lasts about 1 hour, plus time for questions. This event is family-friendly. Meet at USS Constellation.

*This program will also be accessible via Live-Stream if you are unable to attend in person.

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Other Programs in this series
Summer 2021 Programs

July 17th, "Submarine Disasters!"

This special, after-hours tour of USS Torsk will tell the stories of several significant submarine disasters and explore theories about why they happened. Walk among spaces and equipment to see examples of where things went wrong for these fateful vessels.

Evening Mariner Series

Aug 28th- "Mission of Mercy"

USS Constellation's delivery of food and supplies to the starving people of Ireland was one of many humanitarian missions for this ship. Hear the story of this heroic effort aboard the ship where it happened.

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