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Late in the afternoon of September 17, 1862 the Union had finally crossed the Antietam Creek and had assembled for the final assault against the Confederate line.

Late in the after­noon of Sep­tem­ber 17, 1862 the Union had finally crossed the Anti­etam Creek and had assem­bled for the final assault against the Con­fed­er­ate line led by Con­fed­er­ate Gen­eral A.P. Hill. Union forces were repelled and were unable to reach Harpers Ferry Road at the crest of the hill as seen in this photo. Over the next two days Gen­eral Lee retreated back to Vir­ginia on this road.

The Civil War Round­table of Cen­tral Mass­a­chu­setts has been meet­ing ten times per year for more than 30 years. Every meet­ing opens a new win­dow on that era in our his­tory. Please join us.

See our meet­ing sched­ule.

JOIN US FOR THE NEXT MEETING OF THE 2015 – 2016 SEASON ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27: 

Kevin Levin
Vis­it­ing Instruc­tor of His­tory, Amer­i­can Anti­quar­ian Soci­ety and author.
Web­site: Civil War Memory
Remem­ber­ing the War as Mur­der: The Bat­tle of the Crater

7 PM, Holden Senior Cen­ter, 1130 Main Street, Holden, MA.