As the morning fight see-sawed back and forth through the Cornfield, it eventually swept forward to the very dooryard of the Dunker Church—an unadorned, whitewashed building that sits atop a small knoll along the Hagerstown Pike. Pacifists, the Dunkers suddenly found the war literally at their doorstep.
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