|GERMAN REFORMED CHURCH: Amputated legs and arms formed piles as they were tossed|
outside this church in Keedysville, Md., about four miles miles from Sharpsburg.
The church was rebuilt after the war.
|JACOB COST HOUSE: General Joseph Mansfield of Middletown, Conn., had the final meal of |
his life here on Sept. 16, 1862. He was mortally wounded the next day. Wounded Union soldiers
were treated in the parlor of this house.
|HOFFMAN FARM: Probably the largest Union hospital at Antietam, this was headquarters|
for the Sanitary Commission, a private relief agency that tended to sick and wounded soldiers.
|WIDOW SNYDER HOUSE: Wounded soldiers from Pennsylvania were treated here, |
near the Hoffman Farm.
|SMOKETOWN ROAD: A large tent hospital was located here after the battle.|
|GEORGE LINE FARM: General Joseph Mansfield died here on Sept. 18, 1862, after|
being wounded near the East Woods the day before.
|SAMUEL POFFENBERGER FARM: Clara Barton, who became famous after the Civil War |
for founding the American Red Cross, tended to wounded soldiers here.
|PHILLIP PRY FARM: Wounded soldiers were treated in the house and barn. Union|
General Israel Richardson died in a second-floor bedroom of the Pry house.
|GERMAN REFORM CHURCH: Many wounded solders of the 16th Connecticut were|
treated at this church on Main Street in Sharpsburg.
MORE ON 16th CONNECTICUT SOLDIERS: Tales of the men in the hard-luck regiment.
MORE ON ANTIETAM: Read my extensive thread on the battle and the men who fought in it.
|JACOB HESS HOUSE: Little Mac rewarded his host after a meal at this Keedysville house.|