Historical Marker Series

Antietam Campaign War Department Markers

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U.S.A.Richardson's Division, Second Army Corps,Maj. Gen. Israel B. Richardson, commandingSeptember 17, 1862. Richardson's Division crossed the Antietam at Pry's Ford about 9:30 a.m. and advanced to the ravine behind the high ground overlooking Roulette's…
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U.S.A.Second Army CorpsMeagher's Brigade, Richardson's Division,Brig. Gen. Thomas F. Meagher, CommandingOrganization29th Massachusetts Infantry63rd New York Infantry69th New York Infantry88th New York InfantrySeptember 17, 1862 Meagher's Brigade led the …
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U.S.A.Second Army Corps.Caldwell's Brigade, Richardson's Division.Brig. General John C. Caldwell, Commanding.Organization5th New Hampshire, 81st Pennsylvania, 7th, 61st,and 64th New York Infantry.(September 17, 1862)Caldwell's Brigade relieved Meagher's and…
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U.S.A.Second Army Corps,Brooke's Brigade, Richardson's DivisionCol. John R. Brooke, 53rd Pennsylvania Infantry.commanding.organization.2nd Delaware Infantry,52nd New York Infantry,57th New York Infantry,66th New York Infantry,53d Pennsylvania Infantry,Septe…
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Major Gen. George B. McClellan, Commanding.(September 15, 1862.)On the morning of September 15, 1862, the Army of the Potomac pursued the retreating Confederates from South Mountain: Pleasonton's cavalry, the Second, First, and Twelfth Corps by Turner's Pas…
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Early in the morning the 20-pounder Parrott gun batteries of Taft, Langer, von Kleiser and Wever, First New York Artillery, were in position on the ridge east of the Antietam and north of Boonsboro Pike; Battery E (Benjamin's) 2nd U.S. and Battery I (Weed's…
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The Battle opened at daylight between Hooker's Corps and the Confederate divisions of Jackson and Ewell and raged in the East Woods, in Miller's Cornfield and on either side of the Hagerstown Pike about one third of a mile north of the Dunkard Church. Ewell…
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U.S.A.September 17, 1862 (Continued)French's Division, following Sedgwick across the Antietam, on reaching the East Woods Wheeled to the left, drove the Confederate outposts from the Roulette Buildings and about 9:30 a.m., engaged the brigade of Rodes, Colq…
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The left of the Union line was held by Burnside's (Ninth) Corps. The battle opened there about 10 a.m. by an unsuccessful attempt of the 11th Connecticut Infantry, supported by Crook's Brigade, to carry the stone bridge over the Antietam, about a mile and a…
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C.S.A.Army of Northern Virginia,General Robert E. Lee, Commanding.(September 14-16, 1862).Army of Northern Virginia was composed of Longstreet's and Jackson's Commands, Stuart's Cavalry Division and the Reserve Artillery. D.R. Jones' and Hood's Division …
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