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Battle of Antietam 150th Reenactment

Battle of Antietam Reenactment

The Irish Advance

The Irish Advance Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Janelle Oliver

The Irish Brigade advanced passed the artillery to try and secure the Dunker Church during the reenactment of the Battle of Antietam. After heavy casualties General Hood's reinforcements broke the advance and held the line.

The Skirmishers

The Skirmishers Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Janelle Oliver

As the army moves on the field the skirmishers engage the enemy to buy them time.

This image was taken at the 150th Reenactment of the Battle of Antietam in September of 2012. This is a close up shot of the Irish Brigade.

Fighting Irish Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Janelle Oliver

This image was taken at the Reenactment of the Battle of Antietam in September of This is a close up shot of the Irish Brigade.

This image depicts the confederate army taking aim at the union. This image was taken at Sacramento, KY in May of 2012.

Taking Aim Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Janelle Oliver

This image depicts the confederate army taking aim at the union. This image was taken at Sacramento, KY in May of

Irish Brigade

Ready Aim Fire Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Janelle Oliver

[ATTACH] This image was taken at the reenactment of the Battle of Antietam in Sharpsburg, MD. This image show the Irish Brigade taking aim at.

Cavalry

The infantry advances to relieve the cavalry and engage the enemy.

Ready the cannons

Ready The Guns Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Janelle Oliver

Ready the cannons

Casualities of War

Casualties Of War Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Janelle Oliver

During the time of the civil war we were not fighting an enemy but possibly a brother, father or maybe uncle.

Cavalry

Cavalry Battle Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Janelle Oliver

Upon getting the news Forrest gathered his cavalry unit and pushed the Union Troops out of Sacramento, KY.

Meet you at the fence.

[ATTACH] Union reenactors meet Confederate reenactors at the re-creation of Bloody Lane at the Anniversary of the battle of Antietam,.

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American (Union) Civil War soldiers resting after drill, playing cards, reading letters & papers - Petersburg, VA

Alone with thoughts

Alone With Thoughts Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Janelle Oliver

Reenactment - Alone with his Thoughts

The Battle of Antietam was the first battle fought on union soil on September 7th 1862 near Antietam in Sharpsburg Maryland between Generals Robert E. Lee and George Mclellan. Mclellan failed to utlilize his numerical superiority to cruch Lee's army though he was able to check the confederate advance into the north. This tactical victory provided Abraham Lincoln the political cover he needed to issue his Emancipation Proclamation.

Cavalry at the Antietam-Sharpsburg Reenactment.

Johnny comes marching home

Reenactment - Johnny Comes Marching Home

Taken at a Re enactment in Medina NY

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