FIRST FOR THE UNION: Life and Death in a Civil War Army Corps from Antietam to Gettysburg
The Army of the Potomac's First Corps was one of the best corps in the entire Union army. In September 1862, it was chosen to spearhead the Union attack at Antietam, fighting Stonewall Jackson's men in the Cornfield and beyond. Here Wipperman has tackled the monumental history of the Army of the Potomac's First Corps. Photos.
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