Antietam, Md. Col. John S. Crocker, Lt. Col. Benjamin C. Butler, And Adjutant Of 93d New York Volunteers

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Antietam, Md. Col. John S. Crocker, Lt. Col. Benjamin C. Butler, And Adjutant Of 93d New York Volunteers

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Title:  

Antietam, Md. Col. John S. Crocker, Lt. Col. Benjamin C. Butler, And Adjutant Of 93d New York Volunteers
Date:
September 1862
Creator:
Alexander Gardner, (1821-1882)

Content Description: 

This photograph shows Union officers relaxing during the Antietam Campaign. The Campaign, General Robert E. Lee's first advance across the Potomac River, saw both sides sustain heavy casualties, and Lee retreated after a tactical draw at Antietam.

Physical Description: 

Glass, stereograph; wet collodion

Location:
10 1st St SE Washington,District of Columbia 20003
Identifier:
LC-DIG-cwpb-00281

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