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Antietam Campaign War Department Markers

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C.S.A.Army of Northern VirginiaGeneral Robert E. Lee, Commanding.(September 17, 1862.)At about 6 a.m. Jackson became heavily engaged in resisting an attempt of Hooker's Corps of the Army of the Potomac to turn the left flank of the Confederate Army. About 7…
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C.S.A.Army of Northern VirginiaGeneral Robert E. Lee, CommandingSeptember 17, 1862.General Longstreet's Command, including D.H. Hill's Division of Jackson's Command, temporarily attached, occupied the right and center of the Confederate line, extending from…
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C.S.A.D.H. Hill's Division, Jackson's Command.Major General D.H. Hill, Commanding.(September 15-16, 1862.)D.H. Hill's Division led the retreat from South Mountain on the night of the 14th. Rodes' and Colquitt's Brigades, both under command of Rodes, were ha…
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D.H. Hill's Division(September 17, 1862)Early on the 17th, Ripley fired the Mumma Buildings and passed them in the direction of the south part of the East Woods, then, moving by the left flank, crossed the Smoketown Road and engaged Union troops in Miller's…
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C.S.A.Longstreet's Command.Wofford's Brigade, Hood's Division,Col. W.T. Wofford, 18th Georgia, Commanding.Organization.Hampton (S.C.) Legion, 18th Georgia, 1st, 4th, and 5thTexas Infantry.(September 17, 1862.)At [erased]a.m., Wofford's Brigade, advancing fr…
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C.S.A.Hood's Division, Longstreet's Command,Brigadier General John B. Hood, Commanding.(September 17, 1862.)About 7 a.m. of the 17th, Hood's Division moved out of the woods surrounding the Dunkard Church, crossed the Hagerstown Pike a few yards north of the…
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C.S.A.Hood's Division, Longstreet's Command.Brig. Gen. John B. Hood, Commanding.(September 16, 1862.)On the afternoon of September 16, Hood's Division was in the fields east of the Dunkard Church. On the approach of the First (Hooker's) Corps, Army of the P…
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C.S.A.Jackson's Command.Hays' Brigade, Ewell's Division,Brigadier General Harry T. Hays, Commanding.Organization.5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 14th Louisiana Infantry.(September 17, 1862.)On the night of September 16, Hays' Brigade bivouacked in the woods northwes…
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C.S.A.Longstreet's Command.Wofford's Brigade, Hood's Division.Col. W.T. Wofford, 18th Georgia Infantry, Commanding.Organization18th Georgia Infantry,Hampton (S.C.) Legion,1st Texas Infantry,4th Texas Infantry,5th Texas Infantry.September 16, 1862.On the app…
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U.S.A.First Army Corps.Duryee's Brigade, Rickett's Division,Brigadier General Abram Duryee, Commanding.Organization.97th, 104th, 105th New York and 107thPennsylvania Infantry.(September 17, 1862.)Early in the morning Duryee's Brigade moved from its bivouac …
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