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D. H. Hill's Division, Jackson's Command

10 PM 14 September to 9 PM 16 September

C.S.A.
D. H. HILL'S DIVISION, JACKSON'S COMMAND
Maj. Gen. Daniel H. Hill, Commanding.

(September 15-16, 1862.)
   D.H. Hill's Division retired from South Mountain during the night of September 14, crossed the Antietam at the Middle Bridge at daylight of the 15th, and formed line facing the Antietam on the high ground east of this road, its right near the Boonsboro Pike, its left on the Hagerstown Pike near the Bloody Lane. On the 15th and 16th it supported the Artillery which was engaged with the Federal Batteries beyond the Antietam. Late on the 16th the Brigades of Colquitt and Ripley were moved to the left and occupied the fields near Mumma's house, connecting with the right of Hood's Division.

Location:   east side of Hagerstown Pike, south of the Bloody Lane (Map 3)

Units described and/or located by this Tablet:

D. H. Hill's Division
    Anderson's (NC) Brigade
        14th North Carolina Infantry
        2nd North Carolina Infantry
        30th North Carolina Infantry
        4th North Carolina Infantry
    Colquitt's Brigade
        13th Alabama Infantry
        23rd Georgia Infantry
        27th Georgia Infantry
        28th Georgia Infantry
        6th Georgia Infantry
    D. H. Hill's Division Artillery
        Hardaway's (AL) Battery
        Jeff Davis (AL) Artillery
        Carter's King William (VA) Artillery
        Jones' Peninsula (VA) Battery
    Garland's Brigade
        12th North Carolina Infantry
        13th North Carolina Infantry
        20th North Carolina Infantry
        23rd North Carolina Infantry
        5th North Carolina Infantry
    Ripley's Brigade
        44th Georgia Infantry
        4th Georgia Infantry
        1st North Carolina Infantry
        3rd North Carolina Infantry
    Rodes' Brigade
        12th Alabama Infantry
        26th Alabama Infantry
        3rd Alabama Infantry
        5th Alabama Infantry
        6th Alabama Infantry



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