Dead Confederate artillerymen photographed by Alexander Gardner in front of Dunker Church at the Battle of Antietam in Sept, 1862. #civilwar #antietam

Battle of Antietam

The Civil War: Gen. Gordon and the Battle of Antietam, bloodiest day in history. The Civil War: Gen. Gordon and the Battle of Antietam, bloodiest day in history. Site of Dunker Church battle, Antietam 1862

"Now Is The Pinch" The Battle of Antietam, Maryland, September 17, 1862. By Mark Maritato. At dawn on the morning of September 17th 1862 the battle of Antietam raged as units of Brigadier General John Gibbon's western Iron Brigade, made up of Wisconsin and Indiana Regiments emerged from the southern border of David R. Miller's cornfield only to be met by a blistering volley of musketry from a heavy line of Confederate Infantry. As the Iron Brigade became engaged in a heavy firefight a…

The battle of Antietam raged as units of Brigadier General John Gibbon's western Iron Brigade, made up of Wisconsin and Indiana Regiments advanced.

*THE BATTLE of ANTIETAM, 1862~ The battle also became ingrained in the minds of Americans because an enterprising photographer, Alexander Gardner, visited the battlefield within days of the fighting. His images of dead soldiers still on the field were like nothing anyone had seen before. The photo's shocked visitors when they were displayed at the New York City gallery of Gardner's employer,Mathew Brady.Antietam, aka: Dead at Bloody Lane.

Bloodiest Day in American History: The Battle of Antietam

Antietam 360

Information on the Battle of Antietam, where the Union pushed back a Confederate assault at Antietam Creek

George McClellan at Antietam

The Civil War officer was seen as a savior when he took command of the Union army, but it wasn’t long before he was booted from the job.

Sept. 17 1862 The Battle of Antietam/Sharpsburg. The bloodiest single day of the Civil War with 23,000 casualties. This photo shows Dunker Church where much of the first stage of the battle took place

17 1862 The Battle of Antietam/Sharpsburg. The bloodiest single day of the Civil War with casualties. This photo shows Dunker Church where much of the first stage of the battle took place

Battle of Antietam - American Civil War - HISTORY.com

* The Battle of Antietam * Specifically, the charge of "Iron Brigade" near the "Dunker Church", morning of September (by Thure de Thulstrup).

"Bloody Lane" at the Battle of Antietam in Sept of 1862. #civilwar #antietam

Battle of Antietam

'Bloody Lane' in the sunken road after the Battle of Antietam, 1862 - After the battle General D. Hill's Confederate troops received multiple assaults and fire from several Union divisions, leaving this bloody scene.

Antietam National Battlefield, Maryland

Battle of Antietam page - battle maps, history articles, photos, and preservation news on this important 1862 Civil War battle in Maryland.

The Battle of Antietam- Maryland, September 17, 1862  The British were watching to see if Confederate Lee would succeed in invading the North so that they may send military aid to the south.The unexpected Northern win made the British push back their plans. This gave Lincoln the opportunity to pass the Emancipation Proclamation which did not allow foreign aid with European countries. This battle is also known for the most death tolls than any other battle in the war.

Battle of Antietam page - battle maps, history articles, photos, and preservation news on this important 1862 Civil War battle in Maryland.

Battle of Antietam or Sharpsburg - Art Print  #9785872334514 #Buyenlarge #CivilWar #New #USA

Battle of Antietam or Sharpsburg - Art Print

Battle of the Antietam. Conveys the placement of Union and Confederate forces in Washington County, Md., around Sharpsburg during the Battle of Antietam on September Contributor: Sneden, Robert Knox

Matthew Brady's photo of what is left of some soldiers in the American Civil War after the battle of Antietam.

Matthew Brady's photo of what is left of some soldiers in the American Civil War after the battle of Antietam (or as Southerners call it The Battle of Sharpsburg Where Levi Thomas was slain).

Dead Confederate artillerymen photographed by Alexander Gardner in front of Dunker Church at the Battle of Antietam in Sept, 1862. #civilwar #antietam

Battle of Antietam

Dead Confederate artillerymen photographed by Alexander Gardner in front of Dunker Church after the Battle of Antietam in Sept of 1862

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