Tag Archives: “The Cornfield” at Antietam

Sacred Ground-Part 18

From this vantage point you could see all the way to “The Cornfield” and, if there hadn’t been a modern farm located south of “The Cornfield”, you could have seen the Dunker Church.  Also, if you looked to the west … Continue reading

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SACRED GROUND-Part 17

Nancy and I went back to the old Hagerstown Pike and headed North again.  “The Cornfield” was on our right and, as we came to a point about the middle of the field, there two cannon facing toward “The Cornfield” … Continue reading

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THE MARYLAND CAMPAIGN OF 1862: Pt 17

THE MARYLAND CAMPAIGN OF 1862: THROUGH ARKANSAS EYES It is hard to explain the desperation of infantrymen in Civil War Battles when they know they can’t hold against the enemy due to overwhelming numbers. The likelihood of being killed or … Continue reading

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