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Battle Map 10

Rodman's Division Crosses at Snavely's Ford

1:00 O'Clock P.M., 17 September 1862

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The Situation: Elements of General Isaac Rodman's IX Corps Division finally reach and begin to cross Antietam Creek at Snavely's Ford at about 1 o'clock in the afternoon on September 17th ...

 

Units on this Map:

[Federal]
16th Connecticut Infantry
8th Connecticut Infantry
21st Massachusetts Infantry
35th Massachusetts Infantry
2nd Maryland Infantry
6th New Hampshire Infantry
9th New Hampshire Infantry
103rd New York Infantry
51st New York Infantry
89th New York Infantry
9th New York Infantry
9th New York Infantry, Company K
28th Ohio Infantry
51st Pennsylvania Infantry

[Confederate]
11th Georgia Infantry
15th Georgia Infantry
17th Georgia Infantry
20th Georgia Infantry
2nd Georgia Infantry
50th Georgia Infantry
Washington (LA) Artillery, 4th Company
24th Virginia Infantry
7th Virginia Infantry

Source: The Antietam Battlefield Board.1

Notes

1   The battlefield position studies by the Antietam Battlefield Board (1904, 1908) are described in the Atlas, and are available online from the Library of Congress.
Cope, Lieut. Col. E. B., and H. W. Mattern, Charles H. Ourand, Gen. E. A. Carman, Atlas of the Battlefield of Antietam, Washington DC: US Government Printing Office, 1908  [AotW citation 16904]

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