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Maryland Campaign
Battle of Harper's Ferry

Confederate Commanders

Maj. Gen. Thomas J. Jackson


Forces Engaged: 21,000 -26,000

Killed: 39

Wounded: 247

Captured or Missing: 0

Total Casualties: 286

Confederate Officers

Maj. Gen. A. P. Hill

Maj. Gen. Lafayette McLaws

Confederate Order of Battle

Confederate Official Records

September 12-15, 1862

Jefferson County, West Virginia,

Loudoun County, Virginia and

Washington County, Maryland

Confederate Victory

Union Commanders

Col. Dixon S. Miles

Col. Julius White

Forces Engaged: 14,000

Killed: 44

Wounded: 173

Captured: 12:419

Total Casualties: 12,520

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