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What was accomplished in the Antietam war?

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2009-11-07 23:24:18

not Antietam war, BATTLE of Antietam

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I'm guessing you mean Antietam, there was 13,000 dead at Antietam, which was a one day battle. 620,000 died in the Civil War alone, making it the bloodiest war in American History.


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.


Until Antietam everyone thought that the North might actually loose the war. Antietam was just the victory Lincoln had been waiting for allowing him to issue the Emancipation Proclamation.



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