Troops on The Feild

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Troops on The Feild

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They were fighting over Northern soil and there were 17,000 causualties that were killed, and 12,000 of the 6th corps has been shot 5,600 men been dead or wounded by evening on the land thats been called Bloody Lane.

There was 40,000 Lee's and there was 65,000 McClellan's, and on 9/16 the McClellan desides to attack. Robert E. Lee is the most iconic and widely respected of all Civil War commanders. Robert E. Lee was born on January 19, 1807, in Stratford Hall VA. Robert E. Lee died on October 12, 1870, in Lexington city VA. George B. McClellan was a major general for the Union during the American Civil War and later he served as Governor of New Jersey. George B. McClellan was born on December 3, 1826, in Philadelphia PA and died on October 29, 1885, in Orange NJ.

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Troops On The Feild

Why ?

There was 12 hours of the war of the Lee's and they wanted to fight again. After the war president Lincoln relieved McClellan of his common. In one day more than 3,600 men were killed. 19,000 were wounded or captured. They were encouraging the slave holding of the state of Maryland.

Facts during the war

On September 18,1862 remains the bloodiest single day in American history.

Before slaves were held in Maryland and didn't have their freedom. Then after freeing slaves there using African American's as soliders before the war almost 180,000 were serve ended there country.

Facts after the war

Resolution

After the war president Lincoln relieved McClellan of his common. In one day more than 3,600 men were killed. 19,000 were wounded or captured.

The memory of soldiers


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