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Monocacy Bridge Pin

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In July of 1864, outside of Frederick, Maryland, the Confederate army was on the move toward Washington D.C. Outnumbered Union soldiers fought bravely and burned bridges at the Battle of Monocacy, allowing time for reinforcements to arrive at the nation's capital.

Commemorate the ''Battle that Saved Washington'' with this Monocacy National Battlefield pin! Based on a painting from renowned artist Ken Rocco, this pin is a perfect addition to any Civil War or national park collection.

Product Details

  • 1 1/8'' x 1 1/8''
  • Rubber stud backing


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