The Civil War in the East

C.S.A.

Army of Northern Virginia

General Robert E. Lee

         
   
   

Lee sent Jackson's Command north to block Pope's advance, then followed with Longstreet's Command. Gustavus Smith returned from his sick leave and was left with three divisions to watch McClellan on the Peninsula. After McClellan evacuated his army from the Richmond area the three divisions were brought north and assigned to Longstreet and Jackson at beginning of the Maryland Campaign.

Longstreet's Command

Major General James Longstreet

Anderson's Division

Major General Richard Anderson

 

Hood's (Whiting's) Division

Brigadier General John B. Hood

 

D. R. Jones' Division

Major Genral David R. Jones

 

Kemper's Division

Brigadier General James Kemper

from Longstreet's Div. 8/20; to Jones' Div.

Wilcox's Division

Brigadier General Cadmus Wilcox

from Longstreet's Div. 8/20; to Anderson's Div.

Evan's Independent Brigade

Bde. Gen. Nathan G. Evans

 

Artillery Reserve

Colonel James B. Walton

 

Jackson's Command

Major General Thomas J. Jackson

Ewell's Division

Maj. Gen. Richard S. Ewell (w 8/29)

Bde. Gen. Alexander R. Lawton

 

A.P. Hill's Division

Maj. Gen. Ambrose Powell Hill

 

Jackson's Division

Bde. Gen. William B. Taliaferro (w 8/30)
Bde. Gen. W.E. Starke

 

Robertson's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Beverly Robertson

to Cavalry Division 8/17

Smith's Command

Major General Gustavus Smith (from 8/14)

at Richmond

Anderson's Division

Major General Richard Anderson

at Drewry's Bluff; to Longstreet's Command

D. H. Hill's Division

Major General Daniel Harvey Hill

to Jackson's Commmand

McLaws' Division

Major General Lafayette McLaws

to Longstreet's Command

Cavalry Division

Major General James E. B. Stuart

Hampton's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Wade Hampton

at Richmond

Lee's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee

 

Robertson's Brigade

Bde. Gen. Beverly Robertson

from Jackson's Command 8/17




 
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