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Luminaries seen from Maryland Monument 2012
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Over 23,000 luminaries are lit to honor the soldiers who fell at the Battle of Antietam, near Sharpsburg, MD. 1,400 volunteers assist in placing the luminaries on the battlefield.

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Uploaded: 02/12/2012
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