Steve Malovich

On September 17, 1862, a day unequaled in fury, the bloodiest single day of battle in the American Civil War occurred along the banks of Antietam Creek near Sharpsburg, Maryland.

I am honored to be counted among those entrusted to preserve and relate the human sacrifice, determination, and fierce dedication which is the story of Antietam.

My name is Steve Malovich and I would like to thank you for your interest in Antietam National Battlefield. I like many before me, with the unquenchable thirst for knowledge have studied the American Civil War passionately and independently for over forty years. I invite you to join me in the pursuit of knowledge and better understanding of the American Civil War. Let me illustrate the War’s driving forces of politics, ideology, and strategy culminating in the battle of Antietam as we walk it’s sacred grounds as well as those of the National Cemetery. Learn more about the single most destructive day ever inflicted upon American soldiers and how their sacrifice affects us all today.

As an American Civil War historian, I can also provide tours of:

  •        South Mountain State Battlefield
  •        Monocacy National Battlefield
  •        Manassas National Battlefield
  •        Cedar Creek National Historical Park
  •        Battlefields of Winchester Virginia
  •        Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac and the Army of Northern Virginia

My knowledge encompasses more than just the armed conflict – Do you have questions regarding Abraham Lincoln and the politics of his time? Perhaps you want to learn more about the daily life of the individual soldier. Are you interested in the care of the wounded? I would be happy to speak with you in  advance to design a program that meets your expressed interests.

Wherever your interests lie, I encourage you to visit Antietam National Battlefield and all historic sites of the American Civil War.

You can contact me through: The Antietam Museum Bookstore: (301) 432-4329 or toll-free (866) 461-5180 and jmalovich@rochester.rr.com

One response

  1. My friend and I are avid Civil War buffs and are looking forward to getting deeper into the history of the Battle of Antietam than the usual overview.

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