Confederate States Army * Army of Northern Virginia


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Commanded by Major General James Longstreet

The period between the Peninsula Campaign and the Second Manassas Campaign saw major reorganization in Longstreet’s Command. A.P. Hill’s Division was transferred to Jackson’s Command to avoid the bad blood that had developed between Longstreet and Hill. In exchange Huger’s and Jones’ Divisions were added. Huger was removed from command and replaced by Richard Anderson, who had been commanding Longstreet’s old division as senior brigade commander. Longstreet’s old division was then split into two divisions under its next two senior brigade commanders, Kemper and Wilcox.

A. P. Hill’s Division Major General Ambrose Powell Hill to Jackson’s command 7/27
First Brigade Brigadier General Charles W. Field
Second Brigade Brigadier General Maxcy Gregg
Third Brigade Brigadier General Joseph R. Anderson
Fourth Brigade Brigadier General Lawrence Branch
Fifth Brigade Brigadier General James J. Archer
Sixth Brigade Brigadier General William Dorsey Pender
D.H. Hill’s Division Major General Daniel Harvey Hill (Reassigned 7/17)
Featherston’s Brigade Colonel George B. Anderson
Garland’s Brigade Brigadier General Samual Garland
Rains’ Brigade Brigadier General Gabriel J. Rains
Rodes’ Brigade Brigadier General Robert E. Rodes
Huger’s/Anderson’s Division Major General Benjamin Huger (Relieved 7/12)
Major General Richard H. Anderson
Armistead’s Brigade Brigadier General Lewis A. Armistead
Mahoney’s Brigade Brigadier General William Mahone
Wright’s Brigade Brigadier General Ambrose R. Wright
Jones’ Division Brigadier General David R. Jones
Jones’ Brigade Colonel George T. Anderson
Toombs’ Brigade Brigadier General Robert A. Toombs
Longstreet’s Division Brigadier General Richard H. Anderson (to 7/14) divided into Kemper’s & Wilcox’s Div. 7/14
First Brigade Brigadier General James L. Kemper to Kemper’s Division
Second Brigade Colonel Micah Jenkins to Kemper’s Division
Third Brigade Colonel Eppa Hunton to Kemper’s Division
Fourth Brigade Brigadier General Cadmus M. Wilcox to Wilcox’s Division
Fifth Brigade Brigadier General Roger Pryor to Wilcox’s Division
Sixth Brigade Brigadier General Raleigh Colston to Wilcox’s Division
Kemper’s Division Brigadier General James Kemper created 7/14
Jenkins’s (Anderson’s) Brigade Colonel Micah Jenkins (to BG 7/22)
Kemper’s Brigade Colonel Montgomery Corse
Pickett’s Brigade Colonel Eppa Hunton
Wilcox’s Division Brigadier General Richard H. Anderson (to 7/14) created 7/14
Colston’s Brigade Brigadier General Raleigh Colston
Pryor’s Brigade Brigadier General Roger Pryor
Wilcox’s Brigade Brigadier General Cadmus M. Wilcox
Reserve Artillery Colonel James B. Walton
Lee’s Battalion Major Delaware Kemper
Madison (La.) Light Artillery Captain George V. Moody
Brooks (S.C.) Artillery Captain William W. Flicking
Ashland (Va.) Battery Captain Pichegru Woolfolk, Jr.
Bath (Va.) Battery Captain John L. Eubank
Bedford (Va.) Artillery Captain Tyler C. Jordan
Parker’s (Va.) Battery Captain William W. Parker
Washington (LA) Artillery Colonel John B. Walton
1st Company Captain Charles W. Squires
2nd Company Captain John B. Richardson
3rd Company Captain Meritt B. Miller
4th Company Captain Benjamin F. Eschleman

* Note: Huger was relieved and assigned as Inspector of Artillery and Ordinance. Officially relieved on July 12, he stayed on with his troops until July 21