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Historic Sites in Sharpsburg, MD

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On September 4, 1862, General Robert E. Lee, hoping to shorten the war by winning a decisive victory on Northern soil...


This stone Arch, the culmination of Townsend's architectural endeavors, was built in 1896 as a permanent memorial to ...


(front) 9th Army Corps. September 14, 1862. Reno. (west side) This monument marks the spot where Major Gen. Jesse Lee...


The bloodiest conflict of the War Between the States occurred September 17, 1862, a few miles from this point (turn l...


"Through a shower of bullets and shells, it was only the thoughts of home that brought me from that place." Pvt. Jame...


Marching from Middletown to seize Maryland Heights, McLaws’ and Anderson’s Confederate Divisions crossed South Mounta...


Erected by the survivors of Company A & I to the memory of our fallen comrads who fell on this spot September 17, 186...



Boonsboro, MD

After Gen. Robert E. Lee issued Special Order 191 near Frederick dividing the Army of Northern Virginia into four col...


Important points during the first invasion of Maryland by the Army of the Confederacy in 1862.


U.S.A. Horse Batteries and Reserve Artillery, Army of the Potomac. (September 17, 1862) Horse Batteries A, B and L (C...


(War of American Independence) 1775 1783 forged Mount Aetna, Maryland Dedicated July 4, 1906 Rededicated July 5, 1992...


This bridge was built in 1824, in close proximity to Roxbury Mills, an early sawmill and later a large distillery com...


As Confederate Gen. D.H. Hill’s division struggled to hold the gaps of South Mountain on September 14, 1862, the figh...


During the civil war, St. Luke’s served as headquarters for General Lafayette McLaws, who’s troops from the Army of N...


The Lost Orders

Middletown, MD

No other document of the Civil War has generated so much controversy as Lee's Special Orders No. 191. These Lost Orde...


U.S.A. Kanawha Division, Ninth Corps. Col. E.P. Scammon, 23d Ohio Infantry, Commanding. September 16-17, 1862. On the...


Stonewall Regiment

Middletown, MD

More than 90,000 Michigan men served in the Union Army and Navy during the Civil War. The 17th Michigan Volunteer Inf...


Stone Fort

Bakerton, WV

To command Maryland Heights' highest point, the Federals built this massive foundation, called the Stone Fort in the ...


North Carolina

Middletown, MD

(Front Side): In Memory of the North Carolinians who fought at or near here September 14, 1862. The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4t...


Rose's Mill Bridge

Funkstown, MD

This handsome three-arch bridge over Antietam Creek was constructed by John Weaver in 1839 and was specially adapted ...

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