Lee's Lost Order No. 191

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1. Lee's Special Order 191
2. Lee's Special Orders No. 191 and its Finder
3. The Lost Order Mystery
4. Special Order 191 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
5. Lost Order and Lost Opportunity -- Antietam in Retrospect.

6. Who Lost the Lost Order?

(November 2007) Maryland state marker indicating the location of Lee's, Jackson's, and Longstreet's headquarters during the 1862 Antietam Campaign. Compare with the next photo taken in the 1980's
Photo by Craig Swain


(1980's) The headquarters site in the 1980's
Photo by Mike Stroud


(November 2007) Site where the "Lost Order" was located. Just to the west of Monocacy Junction, members of the 27th Indiana found the "lost order" on September 13, 1862. The actual site is somewhat inaccessible, due to the railroad right of way
Photo by Craig Swain


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