Killing Machine – Battle of Antietam

This Civil War cannon sits on display at the Antietam battlefield The Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day not only of the American Civil war but of any American war. It was fought outside of Sharpsburg, Marylnad along Antietam Creek and ended confedera general Robert E. Lee's first invation of a northern state. The battlefield itself is considered the best-preserved of all Civil War battlefields.

This Civil War cannon sits on display at the Antietam battlefield The Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day not only of the American Civil war but of any American war. It was fought outside of Sharpsburg, Marylnad along Antietam Creek and ended confedera general Robert E. Lee’s first invation of a northern state. The battlefield itself is considered the best-preserved of all Civil War battlefields.

Bloody lane – Battle of Antietam

Looking down what became known as Bloody Lane, a sunken farm road at the Antietam battlefield Conferate soldiers hid in this trench and decimated Union solders as they charged their position. It bacame knowns as Blooody Lane because of the horrific number of casualties inflicted in this spot. The Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day not only of the American Civil war but of any American war. It was fought outside of Sharpsburg, Marylnad along Antietam Creek and ended confedera general Robert E. Lee's first invation of a northern state. The battlefield itself is considered the best-preserved of all Civil War battlefields.

Looking down what became known as Bloody Lane, a sunken farm road at the Antietam battlefield Confederate soldiers hid in this trench and decimated Union solders as they charged their position. It became known as Bloody Lane because of the horrific number of casualties inflicted in this spot. The Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day not only of the American Civil war but of any American war. It was fought outside of Sharpsburg, Maryland along Antietam Creek and ended Confederate general Robert E. Lee’s first invasion of a northern state. The battlefield itself is considered the best-preserved of all Civil War battlefields.

Cannon Barrel – Battle of Antietam

This Civil War cannon sits on display at the Antietam battlefield The Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day not only of the American Civil war but of any American war. It was fought outside of Sharpsburg, Marylnad along Antietam Creek and ended confedera general Robert E. Lee's first invation of a northern state. The battlefield itself is considered the best-preserved of all Civil War battlefields.

This Civil War cannon sits on display at the Antietam battlefield The Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day not only of the American Civil war but of any American war. It was fought outside of Sharpsburg, Maryland along Antietam Creek and ended Confederate general Robert E. Lee’s first invasion of a northern state. The battlefield itself is considered the best-preserved of all Civil War battlefields.

132nd Pennsylvania Volunteers – Battle of Antietam

This monument, found along Bloody Lane on the Antietam battlefield is dedicated to the 132nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. The Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day not only of the American Civil war but of any American war. It was fought outside of Sharpsburg, Marylnad along Antietam Creek and ended confedera general Robert E. Lee's first invation of a northern state. The battlefield itself is considered the best-preserved of all Civil War battlefields.

This monument, found along Bloody Lane on the Antietam battlefield is dedicated to the 132nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. The Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day not only of the American Civil war but of any American war. It was fought outside of Sharpsburg, Maryland along Antietam Creek and ended Confederate general Robert E. Lee’s first invasion of a northern state. The battlefield itself is considered the best-preserved of all Civil War battlefields.

51st Pennsylvania Vounteers – Battle of Antitietam

This monument on the Antietam battlefield is dedicated to the 51st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. The Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day not only of the American Civil war but of any American war. It was fought outside of Sharpsburg, Marylnad along Antietam Creek and ended confedera general Robert E. Lee's first invation of a northern state. The battlefield itself is considered the best-preserved of all Civil War battlefields.

This monument on the Antietam battlefield is dedicated to the 51st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. The Battle of Antietam, fought on September 17, 1862, was the bloodiest day not only of the American Civil war but of any American war. It was fought outside of Sharpsburg, Maryland along Antietam Creek and ended Confederate general Robert E. Lee’s first invasion of a northern state. The battlefield itself is considered the best-preserved of all Civil War battlefields.