Antietam 1862: Gateway to Emancipation (Battles and Leaders by T. Stephen Whitman

By T. Stephen Whitman

This booklet explains how the conflict of Antietam—a clash that modified not anything militarily—still performed a pivotal function within the Civil conflict through affording Abraham Lincoln a chance to announce the emancipation of slaves in states in rebellion.

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