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Chapter 13: Sharpsburg or Antietam McLaws and Jackson recalled. the ordnance train. th
the surrendered ammunition; bringing back to Sharpsburg all suiting our calibres, and sending to Win many of the official reports, as engaged at Sharpsburg, could be correctly stated; but I am satisfi that you may never see another Sharpsburg.
Sharpsburg was Artillery Hell.
D. H. Hill, in his re 49.
This decision, to stand and fight at Sharpsburg, which Gen. Lee took on the evening of Sept. d D. H. Hill, in line of battle in front of Sharpsburg about noon.
They scarcely numbered 10,000 i ing from Pleasant Valley and passing through Sharpsburg, and, on arrival, were allowed a rest of abo ght oblique, so as to envelop the village of Sharpsburg.
In front of this village it struck Jones's draw his three brigades from the vicinity of Sharpsburg to the place where his division had formed, arper's Ferry, Sept. 14-154417312,34712,564
Sharpsburg, Sept. 16-182,7089,54975312,410
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