160th Anniversary Maryland Campaign
19th Century • 13m
This exclusive video showcases the 160th Anniversary Maryland Campaign "A Perfect Homespun Waterloo" the fight at Snavely Ford & Otto's Cornfield at Antietam Creek, Maryland.
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