Battle of Antietam / Sharpsburg

Antietam, Maryland Allan Pinkerton ("E. J. Allen") of the Secret Service on horseback

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Antietam, Maryland Allan Pinkerton ("E. J. Allen") of the Secret Service on horseback.

Antietam, Maryland Seated: R. William Moore and Allan Pinkerton. Standing: George H. Bangs, John C. Babcock, and Augustus K.

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Antietam, Maryland Seated: R. William Moore and Allan Pinkerton. Standing: George H. Bangs, John C. Babcock, and Augustus K. Littlefield.

Antietam, Maryland Blacksmith shoeing horses at headquarters, Army of the Potomac.

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Antietam, Maryland Blacksmith shoeing horses at headquarters, Army of the Potomac. LOC Summary: Photograph from the main eastern theater of the war, Battle of Antietam, September-October 1862.

Antietam, Maryland Colonel John S. Crocker, Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin C. Butler, and adjutant of 93d New York Volunteers.

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Antietam, Maryland Colonel John S. Crocker, Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin C. Butler, and adjutant of 93d New York Volunteers.

Keedysville, Maryland, vicinity. Smith's barn, used as a hospital after the battle of Antietam.

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Keedysville, Maryland, vicinity. Smith's barn, used as a hospital after the battle of Antietam.

Sharpsburg, Maryland Principal street.

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Sharpsburg, Maryland Principal street. LOC Summary: Photograph from the main eastern theater of the war, Battle of Antietam, September-October 1862. Date Created/Published: 1862 September.

Sharpsburg, Maryland View with Episcopal church in distance.

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Sharpsburg, Maryland View with Episcopal church in distance. LOC Summary: Photograph from the main eastern theater of the war, Battle of Antietam, September-October 1862.

Sharpsburg, Maryland Lutheran church.

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Sharpsburg, Maryland Lutheran church. LOC Summary: Photograph from the main eastern theater of the war, Battle of Antietam, September-October 1862. Date Created/Published: 1862 September.

Keedysville, Maryland, vicinity. Confederate wounded at Smith's Barn

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Keedysville, Maryland, vicinity. Confederate wounded at Smith's Barn, with Dr. Anson Hurd, 14th Indiana Volunteers, in attendance.

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