Antietam National Battlefield, Map 107 by Trailhead Graphics, Inc.
Fought in September of 1862, Antietam was tactically a draw, but strategically, was a great Union victory. Soon after the Battle of Antietam, President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. England and France, who were near to official recognition of the Confederacy, drew back. September 17, 1862 was the single bloodiest day of the Civil War, with Union losses numbering 12,410, and Confederate losses at 10,700.
The large topo map features the location of 96 monuments and 215 markers and tablets. Trails, historic farms and hospitals, and modern and historic tree lines are also featured. An Order of Battle Chart as well as other index maps are also included.
- Product Number: 2030592M
- Product Code: THG_ANTIETAM
- ISBN: 9781883271060
- Year of Publication: 2012
- Folded Size: 9.45 x 3.94 inches
- Unfolded Size: 24.41 x 18.11 inches
- Map type: Folded Map
- Geographical region: Maryland
Antietam National Battlefield, Maryland, 1862 by McElfresh Map Co.
Baltimore South, Annapolis, and Anne Arundel County, Maryland by GM Johnson