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RJStewart3
Wichita Falls, Texas
Since Mar 2010
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The water     Jun 8, 2011  
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The tigers     Jun 7, 2011  
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The water tank     Jun 7, 2011  
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These picture is west of the old farm house, in the newly acquired land. During the Civil War,     Mar 16, 2010  
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This is a small clearning in the West Woods, where the 15th Reg. Mass. Vol. company would have m     Mar 16, 2010  
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The western edge of the West Woods. At this spot, the middle of one of Sumner's regiments would     Mar 16, 2010  
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Looking north-west from Longstreet's line. The field behind the fence is private property, thou     Mar 16, 2010  
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Picture of the clearing in the middle-east part of the West Woods. Note the 'rolling' hills. A     Mar 16, 2010  
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The south-west edge of the infamous Cornfield, east across the Hagerstown Turnpike from the West     Mar 16, 2010  
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Another picture of the Cornfield.     Mar 16, 2010  
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The Texas monument, one of only three dedicated to Confederate units at Antietam. Hood's assaul     Mar 16, 2010  
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Looking north along the Bloody Lane from an observation tower. The lane eventually curves to th     Mar 16, 2010  
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This is the Dunker Church, located north of Sharpsburg along the Hagerstown Turnpike. This chur     Mar 16, 2010  
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Further up the hilly terrain, facing south-east to where one of Burnside's regiments would have     Mar 16, 2010  
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Interior of the Dunker Church. The furniture is original, as well as the wood stove.     Mar 16, 2010  
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Looking south of the Cornfield, past the Texas monument. Bloody Lane is located in this directi     Mar 16, 2010  
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One of the 4 verified 'witness trees', or trees present during the battle. This tree is located     Mar 16, 2010  
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North side of Burnside Bridge, showing one of two possible directions that Union forces would ha     Mar 16, 2010  
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This farm house, protected by a shelter, and the icehouse are also located on the newly aquired     Mar 16, 2010  
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Looking down on Burnside Bridge from the Confederate position on the ridge.     Mar 16, 2010  
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The well that is part of the property of the old farmhouse. While there is newer pipes     Mar 16, 2010  
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An information plaque describing the movements of French and Richardson closer to the Bloody Lan     Mar 16, 2010  
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Located on the newly acquired land, this is the foundation of a farm house that was located west     Mar 16, 2010  
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Burnside Bridge, named for Union Gen. Burnside. Burnside was ordered to engage Confederate Gen.     Mar 16, 2010  
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Looking out one of the north windows of the Dunker Church. The trees to the left are the south-     Mar 16, 2010  
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The reason 500 Confederate sharpshooters held off Burnside's men. This picture is taken from th     Mar 16, 2010  
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North of the Dunker Church, there is a clearning in the West Woods. This area saw heavy action.     Mar 16, 2010  
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A picture of the Bloody Lane, also called the Sunken Road, from north to south. In this area, R     Mar 16, 2010  
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The field here is where Union forces moved toward Bloody Lane. Movement would have been from le     Mar 16, 2010  
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A marker denoting the start of the Bloody Lane.     Mar 16, 2010  
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The hill with the trees in the middle-left of the picture was where Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stua     Mar 16, 2010  
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