Confederate States Army

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Commanded by 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 H. Anderson
Hood’s (Whiting’s) Division Brigadier General John B. Hood
Jones’s Division Brigadier General David R. Jones from Magruder’s Command
Kemper’s Division Brigadier General James Kemper to Jones’ Division
Wilcox’s Division Brigadier General Cadmus Wilcox to Jones’ Division
Evan’s Independent Brigade Brigadier General Nathan G. Evans
Jackson’s Command Major General Thomas J. Jackson
Ewell’s Division Major General Richard S. Ewell (w 8/28)
Brigadier General Alexander R. Lawton
A. P. Hill’s Division Major General Ambrose Powell Hill
Jackson’s Division Major General Thomas J. Jackson
Robertson’s Cavalry Brigade Brigadier General Beverly Robertson to Cavalry Division 8/17 (below)
Smith’s Command Major General Gustavus Smith (from 8/14)
Anderson’s Division Major General Richard H. Anderson at Drewry’s Bluff; to Longstreet’s Command (above)
D.H. Hill’s Division Major General Daniel Harvey Hill to Jackson’s Commmand (above)
McLaws’ Division Major General Lafayette McLaws to Jackson’s Commmand (above)
Cavalry Division Major General James E. B. Stuart
Hampton’s Brigade Brigadier General Wade Hampton
Lee’s Brigade Brigadier General Fitzhugh Lee
Robertson’s Brigade Brigadier General Beverly Robertson from Jackson’s Command 8/17 (above)
Artillery Reserve Brigadier General William N. Pendleton
First Virginia Artillery Battalion Colonel J. Thompson Brown
Nelson’s Artillery Battalion Major William Nelson
Richardson’s Artillery Battalion Major Charles Richardson
Sumter Artillery Battalion Lieutenant Colonel Allen S. Cutts