3rd Pennsylvania Reserve (32nd) Volunteer Infantry Monument
Arriving on the field on the afternoon of September 16th, Lieut. Col. John Clark. Comd'g. the Regiment immediately deployed eight companies as skirmishers.
When the 2nd Brigade advanced on the morning of September 17th, the Regiment fell into line, and 600 yards South of this point became engaged with Hood's Confederate Division.
Did You Know?
The First Texas Infantry lost 82% of their men killed, wounded and missing while fighting in the Cornfield at Antietam, the highest casualty rate for any Confederate regiment in one battle of the Civil War.