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Let us take you on a journey to the Maryland Campaign of 1862. We will explore adventures with Robert E. Lee, George McClellan, Abraham Lincoln and others, recorded on the battleground where the action happened.

The preferred way to listen to these tours is by subscribing to the podcasts using Apple's iTunes application, and then downloading them into your iPod.

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Narrator: Stephen Recker
Produced by Another Software Miracle © 2007 ASM, LLC

In Camp With Robert E. Lee at Dranesville, Virginia
This week we join Robert E. Lee in Dranesville,Virginia as he decides to begin the Maryland Campaign.

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At Harrison Hall with Lee, Leesburg, Virginia
This week we join Robert E. Lee in Leesburg, Virginia as he decides where to cross the Potomac River.

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On the Potomac River, White's Ford, Maryland
Stonewall Jackson, Jeb Stuart and James Longstreet take the Civil War to the north as the Yankees gawk at this lean, hungry pack of wolves.

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First Contact , Poolesville, Maryland
Fitzhugh Lee's cavalrymen are not the only obstacle facing Samuel Chamberlain's 1st Massachusetts Cavalry in the first bloodletting of Lee's Maryland Campaign.

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Additional Resources

Antietam National Park
Established by Act of Congress on August 30, 1890, this Civil War site marks the end of General Robert E. Lee's first invasion of the North in September 1862. Site was recently redesigned with lots of new media.

Chambersburg Civil War Seminars
Ted Alexander, Historian of the battlefield and known for hosting killer seminars, is offering what is being billed as "The Largest Antietam Seminar Ever!" Bearss, Frye, Rafuse, Clemens, Jamieson, Priest...

Antietam on the Web
An independent resource on the Battle featuring all of the Official Reports, a large database of the military units and leading participants, detailed battle maps, and in- depth articles written by site members.

The Battle of Sharpsblog
Keep up on the latest battlefield news. Mannie Gentile and John Hoptak, seasonal Antietam rangers both, have excellent blogs. As well, Brian Downey, creator of Antietem on the Web posts his musings.

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