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Antietam National Battlefield (U.S. National Park Service) __ "The Bloodiest One Day Battle in American History" History and more. - illustrated - From National Park Service - http://www.nps.gov/anti/index.htm

The Battle of Antietam Official Records and Battle Description __ Here are many click-to-read articles and photos. - illustrated - From civilwarhome.com - http://www.civilwarhome.com/antietam.htm

Civil War Rosters - Maryland __ As complete a roster as currently possible. - From civilwarroster.com - http://www.civilwarroster.com/cw/cw-md.html

Civil War Traveler - Maryland __ You will find general information and special pages dedicated to various historic sites. - illustrated - From civilwartraveler.com - http://www.civilwartraveler.com/EAST/MD/index.html  

The Invasion of Maryland__ "When the Second Bull Run campaign closed we had the most brilliant prospects the Confederates ever had. We then possessed an army which, had it been kept together, the Federals would never have dared attack. With such a splendid victory behind us, and such bright prospects ahead, the question arose as to whether or not we should go into Maryland. General Lee, on account of our short supplies, hesitated a little, but I reminded him of my experience in Mexico, where sometimes we were obliged to live two or three days on green corn. I told him we could not starve at that season of the year so long as the fields were loaded with "roasting ears." Finally he determined to go on, and accordingly crossed the river and went to Frederick City." A remarkable account by James Longstreet - From civilwarhome.com - http://www.civilwarhome.com/marylandinvasion.htm

Maryland in the Civil War__ Here is an excellent look at Maryland and the civil war including both Union and Confederate units, music, monuments, history and more. - illustrated - from John Lamb - http://www.2ndmdinfantryus.org/

Maryland in the Civil War __ An online book in 10 chapters. - From civilwarhome.com - http://www.civilwarhome.com/marylandcmh.htm 
 
Maryland Map of Battles American Civil War__ You will find click-to-read histories, locations of battles, flags and more. - illustrated - From americancivilwar.com - http://americancivilwar.com/statepic/md.html

Maryland Civil War Battlefield Map __ A static map of Maryland battle sites. - From accessgenealogy.com - http://www.accessgenealogy.com/maryland/mdciv.htm  

Maryland's Civil War History__ A collection of various links and articles about Maryland and the Civil War. - From Gary B. Baker - http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Orion/3464/ 

Point Lookout Prison in the Civil War __ "Point Lookout, Maryland, located in Saint Mary's County, Maryland on the southern tip of the peninsula was deemed the largest and worst Northern POW camp."  An overview plus many links to related topics. - From censusdiggins.com - http://www.censusdiggins.com/prison_ptlookout.html

Union Regiments - Maryland__ Organization and service history of Maryland military units (cavalry, artillery, infantry). - From The Civil War Archive - http://www.civilwararchive.com/unionmd.htm 

The War for Southern Independence & The Civil War in Maryland - Maryland Civil War Soldiers Index __ Index by name plus links to other information. - From researchonline.net - http://www.researchonline.net/mdcw/mastindx.htm

 
 

 

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