About Me

Susan Rosenvold began her foray into Civil War History after watching the movie Gettysburg to spy some friends who were extras.  Not recognizing some of the main characters piqued her interest and she has studied 19th Century American history ever since.  Ms. Rosenvold has a Masters of Military History with a Civil War concentration, specializing in Clara Barton and Lt. General James Longstreet’s lives and roles during the Civil War to the 20th Century.  She has volunteered at Antietam National Battlefield, led the staff of the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in operating the Pry House Field Hospital Museum, and managed that organization’s project of developing and opening Clara Barton’s Missing Soldiers Office in Washington D.C. Ms. Rosenvold has conducted living history camps, portrayed Clara Barton on the Discovery Channel’s Civil War 360, hosted two episodes of American Artifacts on CSPAN-3 American History, and given many programs on several different aspect of the Civil War at professional conferences, Civil War Roundtables, museum guests, school groups and re-enactments.

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