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Antietam Campaign War Department Markers

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C.S.A.Jackson's Command.Lawton's Brigade, Ewell's Division.Col. M. Dougass, 13th Georgia Infantry,Commanding.Organization.13th, 26th, 31st, 38th, 60th, and 61st Georgia Infantry.(September 16-17, 1862.)At 10 p.m., of the 16th, Lawton's Brigade advanced from…
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U.S.A.Ricketts' Division, First Army Corps,Brig. Gen. Jas. B. Ricketts, Commanding.(September 17, 1862.)Rickett's Division moved from its bivouac in the Poffenberger Woods, early in the morning of the 17th. Duryea' Brigade moving south through the North Woo…
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U.S.A.First Army Corps,Hartsuff's Brigade, Rickett's Division.Brig Gen George L. Hartsuff, Commanding.Organization.11th Pennsylvania, 83rd New York,12th and 13th Massachusetts Infantry.(September 17, 1862.)Hartsuff's Brigade, advancing from the Poffenberger…
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U.S.A.First Army CorpsChristian's Brigade, Rickett's Division,Col. W.A. Christian, 26th New York, Commanding.Organization.26th and 94th New York, 88th and 90thPennsylvania Infantry.(September 17, 1862.)Christian's Brigade advanced from the Poffenberger wood…
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C.S.A.Jackson's Command,Ripley's Brigade, D.H. Hill's Division,Brigadier General R.S. Ripley, Commanding.Organization.1st and 3rd North Carolina, 4th and 44th Georgia Infantry.(Septemer 17, 1862.)Late in the afternoon of September 16, Ripley's Brigade moved…
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U.S.A.September 17-18, 1862.During and after Sedgwick's assault on the Confederates in the West Woods, a line of batteries was established, running from Mumma's Cemetery on the south, crossing the road at this point and extending northwardly in front of the…
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C.S.A.Jackson's Command.Colquitt's Brigade, D.H. Hill's Division.Col. A.H. Colquitt, 6th Georgia Infantry, Commanding.Organization.6th Georgia Infantry,23d Georgia Infantry27th Georgia Infantry28th Georgia Infantry13th Alabama Infantry.September 17, 1862.Co…
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U.S.A.Sixth Army CorpsMajor General W.B. Franklin, Commanding.(September 17, 1862.)The Sixth Corps marched from its bivouac near Rohersville, in Pleasant Valley, at 5:30 a.m. of the 17th and reached the field shortly before noon. Smith's Division led the ad…
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C.S.A.Longstreet's Command,Law's Brigade, Hood's Division,Colonel E.M. Law, 4th Alabama, Commanding,Organization.4th Alabama Infantry, 2nd Mississippi Infantry, 6th North Carolina Infantry, 11th Mississippi Infantry.(September 17, 1862.)Law's Brigade advanc…
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U.S.A.Greene's Division, Twelfth Army Corps,Brig. Gen. Geo. S. Greene, Commanding,(September 17, 1862.)Tyndale's and Stainrook's Brigades of Greene's Division formed line about 8 a.m., a short distance beyond the East Woods and, advancing to their eastern e…
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