Antietam, a Virtual Tour

October 2006: Courtesy of Mick Burkey, CA
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(10-0684th New York, 14th Brooklyn Monument; Marks the spot in The Cornfield where the 84th N.Y. Volunteer Infantry (14th Brooklyn) of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, of General Hooker’s 1st Corps, was engaged on the morning of September 17, 1862. The Regiment's loss in the day's battle was 8 killed, 23 wounded

(10-06124th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument; near this spot at the junction of Hagerstown Pike and Starke Avenue, the 124th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 12th Corps, engaged Confederate forces. The regiment was less than six weeks from home. Losses for the battle were 5 killed, 42 wounded (including their commander, Colonel Joseph W. Hawley), 17 missing


(10-06View from outside the Visitors Center looking north toward The Cornfield with New York State Monument on the left and the 20th New York Infantry Monument on the right


(10-06This monument near the northwest side of the Mumma Farm along Mansfield Avenue marks the spot from where the Pennsylvania 8th Reserve Volunteer Corps, 37th Regiment, advanced about 600 yards south and engaged Hood’s Confederate Division. Division losses at Antietam: killed 12, wounded 44

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