Blackhats in the Cornfield

Blackhats in the Cornfield

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This image was taken at sunrise in Antietam’s famous cornfield on the 150th anniversary of the single bloodiest day in American history. On September 17, 1862, Union soldiers of the Wisconsin Black Hats collided with Confederate forces outside the Town of Sharpsburg, Maryland and fought a desperate four hour battle amongst the corn stalks here. By 9am that morning, nearly 9,000 men lay dead or wounded in this now hallowed cornfield. Tragically in 1862 the Battle of Antietam had just begun.

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Antietam 2012

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