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Clara Barton monument at Andersonville where she helped document the remains of over 12,000 Union soldiers who died there.

Clara Barton monument at Andersonville where she helped document the remains of over 12,000 Union soldiers who died there.

American flags by graves at Civil war cemetery, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA

American flags by graves at Civil war cemetery, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA

Burnside's bridge at Antietam.

Burnside's bridge at Antietam.

We have a good friend, Ken F., who has two big-time interests, sports and the Civil War. Ken and my husband talk for hours about sports, and Ken and I enjoy sharing CW books and discussions. Ken an…

Civil War Sites Then and Now

We have a good friend, Ken F., who has two big-time interests, sports and the Civil War. Ken and my husband talk for hours about sports, and Ken and I enjoy sharing CW books and discussions. Ken an…

Antietam, September 17, 1862: "Only photograph of an actual battle in progress taken during the Civil War!"

Antietam, September 17, 1862: "Only photograph of an actual battle in progress taken during the Civil War!"

Statue at the National Cemetery at Andersonville where 13,000 Union soldiers died. 12,000 are buried here and veterans are still being laid to rest here.

Statue at the National Cemetery at Andersonville where 13,000 Union soldiers died. 12,000 are buried here and veterans are still being laid to rest here.

Irish Brigade Monument - In four years of fighting in the American Civil War, the Irish Brigade lost over 4,000 men killed, wounded and missing. At the Battle of Antietam, the four regiments then comprising the brigade lost a total of 422 wounded and 113 killed. This monument was dedicated at the south end of Bloody Lane, Antietam Battlefield, in October of 1997. It commemorates the dead and wounded of that battle who fell scant yards away, September 17, 1862.

Irish Brigade Monument - In four years of fighting in the American Civil War, the Irish Brigade lost over 4,000 men killed, wounded and missing. At the Battle of Antietam, the four regiments then comprising the brigade lost a total of 422 wounded and 113 killed. This monument was dedicated at the south end of Bloody Lane, Antietam Battlefield, in October of 1997. It commemorates the dead and wounded of that battle who fell scant yards away, September 17, 1862.

The 8th Ohio monument at the Bloody Lane at Antietam.

The 8th Ohio monument at the Bloody Lane at Antietam.

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