The Battle of Antietam was fought in southern Maryland.
Antietam was fought in Maryland near the town of Sharpsburg.
This battle of the American Civil War was fought in the border state of Maryland.
what is the significance of the battle of Antietam
Battle of Antietam was the bloodiest battle of all
The Battle of Antietam was fought in Maryland.
The Battle of Antietam took place in the state of Maryland near the town of Sharpsburg. It is also known as the Battle of Sharpsburg and was fought September 17, 1862. It was the costliest single day in casualties of the US Civil War.
The Battle of Antietam was known as the Battle of Sharpsburg by the Confederates.
The Battle of Antietam was fought near Sharpsburg, Maryland near the Antietam Creek.
The Battle of Antietam ended in Semptember 17 1862.
not Antietam war, BATTLE of Antietam
The Confederates called Antietam the Battle of Sharpsburg.
Maryland. It was on Lee's route to Pennsylvania. But he never got there.
The Battle of Antietam was the bloodiest day of the Civil War
there was no battle of antietam
The battle of Antietam was not fought within the bounds of a city but along the Antietam Creek. It is near the town of Sharpsburg.
the Antietam battle was caused because the north wanted revenge on the south
The battle of Antietam is recognized as a marginal Northern victory.
Yes, about 23,000 people died in the Battle of Antietam
2,108 Union men died in battle of Antietam
The Battle of Antietam was known as the bloodiest one-day battle of the Civil War.
The battle of Antietam was fought near the battle of SharpsburgMaryland. But the name Antietam comes from the creek that was near the battlefield , and that was the name the south gave the battle and everyone else just picked up on it.
650,000 men fought for the union in the battle of Antietam.
Antietam is a creek near Sharpsburg, MD. The Confederate name for the battle is Sharpsburg.
Yes, the Battle of Antietam was the "bloodiest single day of the War".
The Battle of Antietam occurred September 17, 1862 near the town of Sharpsburg, Maryland.
Antietam was the bloodiest one day battle in American history
Not really! IMPROVEMENT. It's a part of the battlefield where the Battle of Antietam was fought.
The Battle of Antietam was fought September 17, 1862, before the battle of Fredricksburg which was fought on December 13, 1862.
The Battle of Gettysburg was in Pennsylvania, the only state fought-over that was unarguably Northern. Antietam (Sharpsburg) was in Maryland, a 'buffer' slave-state claimed by North and South.
The significance of the Battle of Antietam is that the Union army forced the Confederate Army to retreat behind the Potomac River. See the related link for more information about the Battle of Antietam.
The battle at Sharpsburg was named Antietam after nearby Antietam Creek. Southerners prefer to call it The Battle of Sharpsburg.
Antietam was fought in the Fall.
Yes. Antietam Creek is near Sharpsburg, Maryland.
The Confederate Army was at the advantage at Antietam.
Because Antietam Creek is located near Sharpsburg
The Confederacy lost over 1,500 men killed at the battle of Antietam.
The Battle of Antietam was fought near the town of Shrapsburg, Maryland. The battle is named "Antietam" based on a creek nearby the main battlefield.
The start of the Battle of Antietam began with the Union launching an attack against the Confederacy. The battle occurred on September 17, 1862.
The Battle of Antietam took place near Sharpsburg, Maryland in Washington County. The date of the battle was September 17, 1862.
General Robert E. Lee commanded the Confederate army at the Battle of Antietam, known in the south as the Battle of Sharpsburg.
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Both Antietam and Gettysburg were fought in Union states, in the East; Perryville in the West.
26,134 people died at the battle of Antietam. About 13,700 of the total casualties were Confederates and about 12,400 death were of the Union. This battle was the bloodiest day in American history. The battle of Antietam took place on September 17, 1862.
The Battle of Antietam was fought on land between Sharpsburg Maryland and the Antietam Creek on September 17th, 1862. The Union won this battle.
It is capitalized as it is a part of a proper name. It should be written as the Battle of Antietam. As another example without a capital letter: The Antietam battle was also called Sharpsburg. Note the small "b" here, as it is not in a proper name as with the first case.
There were over 23,000 men killed, wounded, or missing after the end of the Battle of Antietam.
Major General George B. McClellan was commanding the Federal Army of the Potomac at the Battle of Antietam.