Massachusetts Units at Antietam Use the “First >>” button above to see these markers in sequence.|
|Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — Massachusetts State Monument|
|(Center Panel): Erected by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to mark the position held by her troops at the Battle of Antietam September XVII MDCCLXII (Left Plaque): Second Infantry Seventh Infantry Ninth Infantry Tenth Infantry Twelfth Infantry Thirteenth Infantry Fifteenth Infantry Eighteenth Infantry Nineteenth Infantry Twentieth Infantry Twenty-First Infantry (Right Plaque): Twenty-Second Infantry Twenty-Eighth Infantry Twenty-Ninth Infantry Thirty-Second Infantry . . . — Map (db m6053) HM|
|Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry|
|(Front): 15th Reg. Mass. Vols. Here, September 17, 1862, the Fifteenth Reg. Mass. Volunteers, with the First Company Andrew Sharpshooters attached, 606 men of all ranks, commanded by Lieut. Col. John W. Kimball, Gorman's Brigade. Sedgwick's Division, Second Army Corps. met and engaged troops of the Brigades of Semmes, Early and Barksdale. Within twenty minutes 330 had fallen, 75 killed and 255 wounded, 43 dying of wounds. (Rear):
Co. B -- Capt. Clark . . . — Map (db m7215) HM|
|Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 21st Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry|
|(Front Face): 21st Mass. Vol. Inf'y 2nd Brig. 2nd Div. 9th A.C. Erected by 21st Regt. Mass. Vol. Association (Rear Face): The following Comrades were killed near this bridge: 2nd Lieut. Henry C. Holbrook Co. "D"
Priv. Wm. B. Boynton Co. "D"
Priv. Amos S. Eastman Co. "E"
Corp. Henry K. Buss Co. "E"
Priv. Geo. T. Bigelow Co. "G"
Corp. Jas. S. Stratton Co. "G"
Priv. Daniel Daley Co. "I"
Priv. Chas. Leonard Co. "E"
1st Sergt. Geo. W. Davis Co. "E"
Priv. Chas. S. . . . — Map (db m6453) HM|
|Maryland (Washington County), Sharpsburg — 35th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry|
|The Thirty-fifth Regiment
Crossed this bridge with Ferrero's
Brigade, Ninth Army Corps
at noon, Sept. 17, 1862, and
moved to the right up the hill
where, at the lane, two hundred
and fourteen of their officers
and men were killed or wounded.
Gloria est Pro Patria Mori
Erected by Lieut. Col. Albert A. Pope, as a
memorial of his dead comrades. — Map (db m6455) HM|