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The Battle of Antietam:: The Bloodiest Day

Publisher: History Press, 2011

ISBN: 9781609491796

Product: Book, Paperback

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A fresh and gripping recounting of the seminal battle is told in this exciting history.


The heavy fog that shrouded Antietam Creek on the morning of September 17, 1862, was disturbed by the boom of Federal artillery fire. The carnage and chaos began in the East Woods and Cornfield and continued inexorably on as McClellan's and Lee's troops collided at the West Woods, Bloody Lane and Burnside Bridge. Though outnumbered, the Rebels still managed to hold their ground until nightfall. Chief historian of the Antietam National Battlefield, Ted Alexander renders a fresh and gripping portrayal of the battle, its aftermath, the effect on the civilians of Sharpsburg and the efforts to preserve the hallowed spot. Maps by master cartographer Steven Stanley add further depth to Alexander's account of the Battle of Antietam.

ISBN/UPC:

9781609491796

Product:

Book, Paperback

Title:

The Battle of Antietam:: The Bloodiest Day

Series:

Civil War

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Publisher:

History Press, 2011

Pages:

192

Languages:

English

Specification:

8.9 x 6.0 x 0.6 inches, 1 pounds

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