Antietam Color Battle Map
The Battle of Antietam (or Sharpsburg) was fought northwest of Washington D.C. in Maryland between Lee and McClellan on from dawn until dusk on 17 September 1862. Combined dead, wounded, and missing were over 20,000 which makes 17 September the bloodiest day in American warfare.
This map shows the location of units along with their commanders such as Lee, Jackson, Doubleday, McClellan, and Meade.
Dimensions (Width x Height): 19x24
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