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September 17, 1862. Afternoon. Sharpsburg Maryland. 1200 yards of open ground stood between a Federal Corps and the roads leading to the Potomac River fords. Union General George McClellan would have his victory. 1200 yards and Robert E Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia would be cut off and destroyed. […]
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