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  • Mumma Farm, Antietam

Fired bullets from Mumma Farm, Antietam

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Being offered is a grouping of three fired bullets. They were recovered from the Antietam Maryland Battlefield in the 1960s at the Mumma Farm (see pictures).

Located near the center of the Antietam Battlefield, the Mumma Farm was a scene of chaos and violence on September 17th, 1862. The farm was burned in the early morning of the battle by Confederate Brigadier General Ripley to prevent its use as a sharpshooter's refuge by Union troops. Today, the Mumma Farm is no longer a private residence, though it was until the 1970s. They come in the glass top display case pictured.

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  1. Mumma Farm bullets

    Posted by Tina on 3rd Oct 2019

    Better than what the pictures showed! I just completed a ranger walk at the Mumma Farm and didn't realize that a Mumma had just retired from the park service at Antietam. Also, that he met the GGG-grandson of the soldier that fired the house. So having Confederate bullets that had impact deformities from strikes there was very meaningful to show the ferocity of this great battle.

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