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Head- on attacks occurred against Lee and his troops. The middle is also known as the Bloody Lane. Later on, Lee's army got help from A.P. Hill, which helped to save Lee's men at the time. The Union had almost twice as many men as the Confederates.
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Throughout the night, both armies helped their wounded. 10,318 of Lee's men were killed and 12,401 of McClellan's men were killed. All in all, about 22,700 men were killed and many were wounded.
The Battle which drove Lee away from Maryland gave enough information to release the first Emancipation Proclamation by the Lincoln administration. The Union and Abraham Lincoln had won.
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