Twinbas at Antietam

By Paula Tremba
February 12, 2013

New Year's Day hike at Antietam on the Three Farms Trail with twin granddaughters from New Mexico.

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Antietam National Battlefield

On September 17,1862, more than 23,000 soldiers were killed, wounded, or missing in the battle at Antietam, a pivotal battle in the Civil War. Visitors can take a self-guided 8.5 mile tour of the battlefield by car, bicycle or on foot. The park includes the Antietam National Cemetery, which honors 5,000 Union soldiers who died in the battle.

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