Antietam: The Photographic Legacy of America's Bloodiest Day
Charles Scribner's Sons, Jan 1, 1978 - Antietam, Battle of, Md., 1862 - 304 pages
During the battle that left twenty-six thousand Civil War soldiers dead or wounded, two photographers recorded the grim battlefield scenes, a study of war's carnage that horrified the American public.
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Bringing the War Home
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album card Alexander Gardner Alvin Antietam battlefield Antietam Bridge Antietam Creek Antietam National Cemetery artillery background barn battle of Antietam Bloody Lane Boonsboro Brady brigade Burnside Bridge camera position cameramen campaign Carolina casualties Civil colonel commander Company Confederate dead Cornfield County Dunker Church East Woods Elk Ridge enemy enlisted Fifth Corps fighting fire foreground Gardner's caption Gardner's photograph George Georgia Gibson Hagerstown Pike Harpers Ferry hospital infantry John Keedysville located Louisiana Maryland Maryland campaign Mathew Brady McClellan McClellan's headquarters Miller farm modern version morning of September Ninth Corps Northern October Oliver Wendell Holmes Parran Pennsylvania portraits Potomac regiments Rushin scene Sedgwick's division September 17 September 21 Sharpsburg Sherrick Smith farm Smoketown Smoketown Road South Southern Starke's taken Thomas tion Twelfth Corps Union army Union forces Union soldiers unit vicinity view looking village of Sharpsburg Virginia visible West Woods wounded York