Tagged as Antietam Battlefield

Fallen Union and Confederate Soldiers at The Dunker Church, Antietam, Maryland,1862.

By Nicholas A. Redding

The Aftermath of Antietam

As the sun set on September 17, 1862, Sharpsburg, Maryland had just witnessed the single bloodiest day in American history – a day that also forever changed the tiny rural town.

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By Preservation Maryland

Video: Six-to-Fix Impact Report

Preservation Maryland’s Six-to-Fix program began with a simple question: Could we do more to help save threatened history across our state?

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Antietam Creek Kayak group on the 155th anniversary of the battle.

By Preservation Maryland

Tour Recap: Kayaking Antietam Creek

On the 155th anniversary of the Battle of Antietam, a group of intrepid paddlers explored the meandering Antietam Creek on a Preservation Maryland-led tour.

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By Elly Colmers Cowan

Sold Out: Kayak through Antietam History

This tour is sold out! Please enter your name of the wait list here. Here’s an an opportunity to understand the Battle of Antietam in a new way – from a kayak right down in Antietam Creek. On September 17, the anniversary of the Battle, Preservation Maryland invites you to kayak through Antietam history with fellow history buffs.

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