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ng in McClellan's exposed right. Confederate generals with Jackson in 1862 Edward Johnson led an independent command under Jackson in 1862. George H. Steuart, later a brigade commander in Lee's Army. James A. Walker led a brigade under Jackson at Antietam. E. M. law, conspicuous at South Mountain and Maryland Heights. Charles W. field, later in command of one of Longstreet's divisions. this exposed condition was due to his own activity in the Valley, which had held McDowell inert upon the Rappahannock with thirty-five thousand muskets which should have been with the force north of the Chickahominy, inviting attack. Jackson rarely declined such invitations; he could scent an exposed flank with the nose of a hound and was fast dog following the trail when struck. Besides his habitual celerity of movement, was his promptness in delivering attack, which was an element of his success. the first musket upon the ground was fired, says a distinguished English aut
t of Northeastern Virginia, under Brigadier-General Irvin McDowell, and new organizations. Most of forces (Mountain Department), those of Major-General McDowell (Department of the Rappahannock), thosg the first and second army corps Irvin McDowell commanded the 1st Corps in front of Washin At the outbreak of the Civil War, he joined McDowell's troops as colonel of the Twenty-seventh Newotomac, was placed under command of Major-General Irvin McDowell, March 13, 1862. On April 4th, theifth Corps, Army of the Potomac. Major-General Irvin McDowell (U. S.M. A. 1838) was born in Crst Corps, Army of the Potomac. He went with McDowell to the Department of the Rappahannock but retllan on the Peninsula, after having gone with McDowell to the Department of the Rappahannock. Franked on the staffs of Major-Generals Butler and McDowell. His commission as major-general of volunteef the Potomac. It was commanded by Major-General Irvin McDowell and later by Brigadier-General J. B[3 more...]
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