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The New York Times, September 20, 1862

 
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THE GREAT BATTLE OF ANTIETAM

8 pages. Front page headlines: GREAT VICTORY. The Rebel Army in Full Flight Out of Maryland. The Dead and Wounded Left Behind. Our Cavalry Pushing Them Across the Potomac. The Whole National Army in Good Condition. Further Details of the Great Battle of Wednesday. Official Dispatches from Gen. McClellan. He Announces a Complete Victory. Latest Reports From Headquarters. The Great Battle of Wednesday. Gen. Mansfield. Col. McNeil. Battle of Antietam Creek. Full Particulars from our Special Correspondent. The Most Stupendous Struggle of Modern Times. The Battle Won By Consummate Generalship. The Rebel Losses Estimated as High as Thirty Thousand. A Great Number of Prisoners Captured. The Battle of Antietam. The Enemy's Left Was Forced Back. Gen. Sedgwick's Command. French's Division. Richardson's Division. The Irish Brigade. Another Detailed Account of the Great Battle. Other news; New Jersey; The Military Camp at Newark. The Battles in Maryland; A Glorious Victory. Financial Weakness in Rebeldom. Have We a Reverse in Kentucky? Honor to Pennsylvania. The Indian Difficulties. Col. Sibley's Correspondence. List of Killed and Wounded. Remains of Colonel Miles,. The Funeral of General Reno. The Remains of General Mansfield. Important From Kentucky. Surrender of Munfordsville to the Rebels. Five Thousand Troops and Ten Pieces of Artillery Gone. Bragg's Forces Estimated at 30,000 Men. The Guerrillas in Missouri. The War on the Mississippi and more. Light wear. Excellent Battle of Antietam issue!

WBTS Trivia: September 17, 1862, the day the main battle of Antietam was fought, is the bloodiest single day in American history.



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