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Between September 4th and 7th, 1862, the Army of Northern Virginia, General Robert E. Lee, Commanding, crossed the Potomac near Leesburg, and occupied Frederick, Maryland. On the 10th a movement was made to surround and capture the Union forces at Harpers F…
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C. S. A.Maj. Gen. Lafayette McLaws' Command(September 12-13, 1862) McLaws' Command consisted of Kershaw's, Barksdale's, Semmes' and Cobb's Brigades of his own Division and R. H. Anderson's Division of six Brigades-Wilcox's, Mahone's, Featherston's, Armi…
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(September 14, 1862)Upon the approach of the Sixth Corps, Army of the Potomac, from Jefferson, Col. T. T. Munford, Commanding Cavalry Brigade, prepared to dispute its advance through this Pass. Mahone's Brigade, Lt. Col. Parham, Commanding, was put in posit…
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U. S. A.Sixth Army Corps.Major Gen. W. B. Franklin, Commanding(September 14, 1862) The Sixth Corps consisted of two Divisions commanded by Major Generals H. W. Slocum and W. F. Smith. On the march of the Army of the Potomac through Maryland, this Corps with…
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Confederate ForcesCol. T. T. Munford, 2nd Virginia Cavalry, Commanding, Munford's Brigade,2nd & 12th Virginia Cavalry. Mahone's Brigade, Lt. Col. Wm. A. Parham, 41st Virginia, Commanding. 6th, 12th, 16th, 41st, and 61st Virginia Infantry (September 14, 1862…
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September 15, 1862 No. 1On September 10, 1862 General R. E. Lee Commanding the Army of Northern Virginia then at Frederick Md. set three columns in motion to capture Harper's Ferry. Maj. Gen L. McLaws with his own Division and that of Maj. Gen. R. H. Anders…
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September 15, 1862No. 2 Maj. Gen. Thomas J. Jackson, with his own Division and those of Maj. Gen. A. P. Hill and R. S. Ewell, left Frederick on the morning of September 10 and passing through Middletown and Boonsboro crossed the Potomac at Williamsport,…
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September 15, 1862No. 3 Col. Dixon S. Miles, Second U. S. Infantry, commanded the Union forces at Harpers Ferry. After Gen. White joined from Martinsburg, September 12 and Col. Ford from Maryland Heights on the 13th, Miles had about 14,200 men. On the mo…
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September 15, 1862No. 4 In the afternoon of the 14th Jackson's Division advanced its left, seized commanding ground near the Potomac and established Artillery upon it. Hill's Division moved from Halltown obliquely to the right until it struck the Shenand…
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September 15, 1862No. 5 Capture of Harpers Ferry September 15, 1862 No. 5 At daylight, September 15, three Batteries of Jackson's Division delivered a severe fire against the right of the Bolivar Heights defense. Ewell's Batteries opened from School Hous…
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