The Antietam Journal, Volume 3

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Journal

Title - full title of the published work

The Antietam Journal, Volume 3

Creator - the author

Pawlak, Kevin, editor

Abstract - a brief summary of the content of the text

The Antietam Journal is a biannual publication of the latest research, interpretation, and stories of the Maryland Campaign of September 1862 that highlights the participants involved—soldier and civilian—and the lasting impact of the campaign on American history.

Date Available - date published

September 2022

Publisher - company, organization, or printer

The Antietam Institute Press

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Source - holder or donor of the original document

Antietam Institute

Temporal Coverage - time period covered in the text

1862

Spatial Coverage - place(s) or area covered in the text

Eastern United States

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Table of Contents

The Editor’s Column Kevin R. Pawlak . . . . . . 6

Antietam Institute Announcements . . . 8

Feature Articles
Interpretive Themes for Experiencing Antietam National Battlefield Richard P. D’Ambrisi . . . . . 10

Deception in the Forty-Acre Cornfield? Kevin R. Pawlak . . . . . 18

Very Much Diminished: Straggling in the Army of Northern Virginia in
the Maryland Campaign Russell Rich . . . . . . 34

In Their Own Words
The Lost Passages of Brig. Gen. Alfred Pleasonton’s Report of the Battle of Antietam
Kevin R. Pawlak . . . . . 61

Antietam Artifacts
Thomas Cutter, 35th Massachusetts Infantry Joseph Stahl . . . . . . 63

In Antietam’s Footsteps
Crampton’s Gap Loop Trail J.O. Smith . . . . . . 68

Institute Interview
Sitting Down with Keith Snyder Laura Marfut . . . . . . 72

Book Review . . . . . . 77

Contributor Biographies . . . . 80

Antietam Institute Membership Honor Roll . 81

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