Monocacy ... There's an App for That!
Contact: Tom Gwaltney
The free Monocacy National Battlefield app is a portable reference to the fateful battle that occurred at Monocacy Junction, just south of Frederick, Maryland, on July 9, 1864. There, a small Union force delayed a larger Confederate army and helped prevent the capture of Washington, D.C. Learn about the soldiers who fought here, the civilians who developed the land and lived here, and the landscape which makes up the battlefield.
The app features:
If you are a Civil War buff, learning about U.S. history in school or just curious about how this little-known battle may have affected the outcome of the Civil War, check it out:
Did You Know?
Monocacy National Battlefield was created by an act of Congress in 1934, but did not open to the public until 1991. More...