• Cannon and Cornfield at Dawn

    Antietam

    National Battlefield Maryland

Durell's Battery "D" Pennsylvania Artillery Monument

Dedicated: September 17, 1904

Location: Branch Avenue on the south end of the Battlefield

Map Number: 80

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Durell's Battery

Durell's Battery "D" Pennsylvania Artillery

NPS Photo

Durell's
Independent
Battery "D"
Pennsylvania
Artillery
2nd Brigade 2nd Division
9th Corps

posted 375 yards South - 70 Degrees East Casualties at
Antietam
Wounded 3

Recruited in Berks and Bucks Counties

Battles participated in:

Kelly's Ford Jackson
Bristoe Station Wilderness
Second Bull Run Spotsylvania
Chantilly Petersburg
South Mountain The Crater
Antietam Ream's Station
White Sulphur Springs Poplar Spring Church
Fredericksburg Fort Stedman
Vicksburg Assault on Petersburg

Virtue, Liberty and Independence

Erected by the

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania







Did You Know?

President Lincoln

President Abraham Lincoln visited Antietam Battlefield two weeks after the battle and spent four days visiting General George McClellan, touring the battlefield and visiting the wounded of both sides.