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Civil War Trails
The Civil War Trails are an exciting and interactive way to explore Civil War history. A driving tour follows the routes of Union and Confederate soldiers in September 1862 as they marched through Maryland toward what would be the Battle of Antietam. The route begins with Robert E. Lee crossing the Potomac River into Maryland at Whites Ford, then moving quickly toward Frederick. Look for interpretive signage along these trails.
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