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  1. In observance of the 150th anniversary of the onset of the Civil War, The Herald-Mail has prepared a package of stories and photos, and a map of events, designed to offer a glimpse back at those tumultuous days.---
  2. The battle summaries were researched and written by Dale E. Floyd and David W. Lowe, staff members of the Civil War Sites Advisory Commission and historians with the National Park Service. Edwin C. Bearss, Commission member and retired Chief Historian of the National Park Service, served as technical advisor.---
  3. An excellent site on the Richmond-Petersburg Campaign, hosted by Brett Schulte.---
  4. A self controlled animated map of the campaign before the battle and covering the Army of Northern Virginia's withdraw back into Virginia after the battle.---
  5. One of the best sites covering the Battle of Antietam. Web pages include an overview and timeline of the battle, participants, on order of battle, articles and primary documents and battlefield tablet descriptions and maps.---

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  1. The battle summaries were researched and written by Dale E. Floyd and David W. Lowe, staff members of the Civil War Sites Advisory Commission and historians with the National Park Service. Edwin C. Bearss, Commission member and retired Chief Historian of the National Park Service, served as technical advisor.---
  2. In observance of the 150th anniversary of the onset of the Civil War, The Herald-Mail has prepared a package of stories and photos, and a map of events, designed to offer a glimpse back at those tumultuous days.---
  3. Official site of the Battle of Champion Hill, Mississippi (May 16, 1863)---
  4. One of the best sites covering the Battle of Antietam. Web pages include an overview and timeline of the battle, participants, on order of battle, articles and primary documents and battlefield tablet descriptions and maps.---
  5. A self controlled animated map of the campaign before the battle and covering the Army of Northern Virginia's withdraw back into Virginia after the battle.---

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  1. One of the best sites covering the Battle of Antietam. Web pages include an overview and timeline of the battle, participants, on order of battle, articles and primary documents and battlefield tablet descriptions and maps.---
  2. A self controlled animated map of the campaign before the battle and covering the Army of Northern Virginia's withdraw back into Virginia after the battle.---
  3. Official site of the Battle of Champion Hill, Mississippi (May 16, 1863)---
  4. An excellent site on the Richmond-Petersburg Campaign, hosted by Brett Schulte.---
  5. The battle summaries were researched and written by Dale E. Floyd and David W. Lowe, staff members of the Civil War Sites Advisory Commission and historians with the National Park Service. Edwin C. Bearss, Commission member and retired Chief Historian of the National Park Service, served as technical advisor.---

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  1. Official site of the Battle of Champion Hill, Mississippi (May 16, 1863)---
  2. One of the best sites covering the Battle of Antietam. Web pages include an overview and timeline of the battle, participants, on order of battle, articles and primary documents and battlefield tablet descriptions and maps.---
  3. A self controlled animated map of the campaign before the battle and covering the Army of Northern Virginia's withdraw back into Virginia after the battle.---
  4. An excellent site on the Richmond-Petersburg Campaign, hosted by Brett Schulte.---
  5. The battle summaries were researched and written by Dale E. Floyd and David W. Lowe, staff members of the Civil War Sites Advisory Commission and historians with the National Park Service. Edwin C. Bearss, Commission member and retired Chief Historian of the National Park Service, served as technical advisor.---
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