Texans at Antietam
: A Terrible Clash of Arms, September 16-17, 1862 offers a wealth of primary sources written or spoken by Confederate soldiers of Hood's Texas Brigade, who fought for the Confederacy in the battle of Antietam
during the American Civil War.
today announced that the National Park Service has awarded a $6,000 grant for Antietam
Battle of Antietam
(Essential Library of the Civil War).
Synopsis: With a tally of more than five thousand killed, twenty thousand wounded, and three thousand missing, the Battle of Antietam
made September 17, 1862, the deadliest day of combat in American history.
The Civil War battle of Antietam
was America's single bloodiest day, with a combined tally of almost 23,000 dead, wounded, or missing.
military history, the Battle of Antietam
in Maryland in 1862, became 26-year-old Captain Henry Augustus SandAEs Waterloo, when he was mortally wounded by Confederate sharpshooters in the final assault on Sharpsburg.
His letters were collected and transcribed by his sister, Emily Isabella Rossire nee Sand, and illustrated with her own watercolors of the Antietam
battlefield and sketches by their younger brother, Maximilian Edward Sand.
McCartney, commanding officer, USS Antietam
(CG 54), the Air Defense Commander for Battle Force Seventh Fleet and Mr.
Marideth Domingo, Navy public affairs officer, said the Philippines sent the BRP Gregorio del Pilar to take part in the exercise with the Japanese ship Sazanami and the USS Antietam
While on active duty, he served on the USS Antietam
(CV 36), the world's first true angled-deck aircraft carrier.
On April 16, those four wineries took another major step toward marketing the area as a wine region with the official establishment of the Antietam
Highlands Wine Trail.
The purpose of Richard Slotkin's The Long Road to Antietam
: How the Civil War Became a Revolution is to examine how and why the Battle of Antietam
in September of 1862 should be considered a turning point in America's Civil War.