Historical Marker Series

Antietam Campaign War Department Markers

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C.S.A.Longstreet's CommandManning's Brigade, Walker's DivisionColonel Van H. Manning, 3d Arkansas Infantry, Commanding.Organization3d Arkansas Infantry 48th North Carolina Infantry27th North Carolina Infantry 30th Virginia Infantry46th North Carolina Infant…
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C.S.ALongstreet's CommandManning's Brigade, Walker's DivisionCol. Van H. Manning, CommandingOrganization3d Arkansas, 30th Virginia, 27th, 46th and 48th North CarolinaSeptember 17, 1862About 10:20 A.M. the 30th Virginia, 46th and 48th North Carolina charged …
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C.S.A.Longstreet's CommandCobb's Brigade, McLaws'DivisionLieut. Col. C.C. Sanders, 24th Georgia Infantry, CommandingOrganization16th Georgia Infantry, Cobb's (Georgia) Legion24th Georgia Infantry, 15th North Carolina Infantry (September 17, 1862)Cobb's Brig…
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C.S.A.Longstreet's CommandAnderson's Brigade, D.R. Jones' DivisionCol. George T. Anderson, 11th Georgia Infantry, Commanding Organization1st Georgia Infantry (Regulars)7th Georgia Infantry8th Georgia Infantry9th Georgia Infantry11th Georgia InfantrySeptembe…
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C.S.A.D.H. Hill's Division, Jackson's Command,Maj. Gen. Daniel H. Hill, commanding.September 15-16, 1862.D.H. Hill's Division retired from South Mountain during the night of Sept. 14, crossed the Antietam, at the Middle Bridge, at daylight of the 15th, and …
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C.S.A.Colquitt's and Garland's Brigades(September 17, 1862)After the repulse of the Confederate Line in the East Woods and Cornfield north of the Smoketown Road in the morning of the 17th, parts of the Brigades of Colquitt and Garland rallied in the sunken …
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U.S.A.Sixth Army CorpsBrooks' Brigade, Smith's DivisionBrig Gen. W.T.H. Brooks, CommandingOrganization2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Vermont InfantrySeptember 17, 1862Brooks' Brigade left its camp in Pleasant Valley at 6 a.m., of the 17th, crossed the Antietam…
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U.S.A.Couch's Division, Fourth Army Corps,Maj. Gen. D.N. Couch, Commanding.September 16-18, 1862. On the 16th, Couch's Division was drawn up across Pleasant Valley near Rohrersville, observing McLaws' command. On the morning of the 17th, the Division mar…
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(First Tablet):U.S.A.Sixth Army Corps.Irwin's Brigade, Smith's Division,Col. William H. Irwin, 49th Pennsylvania Infantry, Commanding.Organization7th Maine Infantry,20th, 33d, 49th, & 77th New York InfantrySeptember 17, 1862Irwin's Brigade came on the field…
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C.S.A.Anderson's Division, Longstreet's CommandMaj. Gen. R.H. Anderson Commanding.(September 17, 1862) Anderson's Division comprising the brigades of Cumming, Wright, Pryor, Mahone, Featherstone, and Armistead crossed the Potomac at Blackford's Ford abou…
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