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(10-06This shot was taken near the Visitor’s Center on the site of Colonel Stephen D. Lee’s battery location looking toward The Cornfield and Smoketown Road. The monument in the center of the picture is the Maryland State Monument. This is the only monument at Antietam dedicated to both Union and Confederate soldiers, since Maryland supplied both Union and Confederate troops to the war. The cannon is a Model 1857 Napoleon 12 pounder

(10-06Sunken Road looking southeast toward the Observation Tower. Monument on the left is the 132nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Monument. Monument Text: Antietam 132 Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry; 1 Brigade; 2 Division; 2 Corps; September 17, 1862
Casualties at Antietam, Killed 30, Wounded 114, Missing 8, Total 152
Battles participated in: Antietam, Md. Sept. 17, 1862 Fredericksburg, Va. Dec. 13, 1862 Chancellorsville, Va. Apr. 30 -May 3, 1863; Recruited in: Montour, Wyoming, Bradford, Columbia,Carbon and Luzerne Counties. Virtue, Liberty and Independence; Erected by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania



(10-06Enlarge Located near the Visitor’s Center. The New York State Monument contains the following dedication: Excelsior The State of New York in commemoration of the Services of its officers and soldiers in the Battle of Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862; Record of New York State at Antietam
67 Regiments of Infantry; 5 Regiments of Cavalry; 14 Batteries of Artillery; 2 Regiments of Engineers; New York's losses on this field were 65 officers and 624 enlisted men killed or mortally wounded; 110 officers and 2687 enlisted men wounded and 2 officers and 277 men captured or missing, making a total of 3765

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