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United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 6
Mass. Michigan,Mich. Minnesota,Minn. Mississippi,Miss. Missouri,Mo. New Hampshire,N. H. New Jersey,N. J. New York,N. Y. Ohio,O. Pennsylvania,Pa. Rhode Island,R. I. Tennessee,Tenn. Texas,Tex. Vermont,Vt. Virginia,Va. Wisconsin,Wis. U. S., abbreviation for United States, designates those bodies of trooops that were raised directly by the Federal government. The statements of effective forces are a summary of those furnished monthly by the general staff to the Departments at WasUnited States, designates those bodies of trooops that were raised directly by the Federal government. The statements of effective forces are a summary of those furnished monthly by the general staff to the Departments at Washington and Richmond, which contain thousands of figures. It will be seen from this what was the condition of the two armies. Fortunately, both parties continued to employ the forms adopted in the old army of the United States, which render comparisons easy. Federal army of the Potomac. in some minor details this statement is inaccurate. See revised roster in Addenda, for which, and for the other valuable statements therein contained, we are indebted to General Richard C. Drum, adjuta
Chancellorsville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
giniaArmy of the Potomac (May 31).(June 30). Present: Under armsofficers6,1166,422 enlisted men68,34393,053 —————— Total74,45999,475 Sickofficers456190 enlisted men6,9313,168 On extra dutyofficers200333 enlisted men5,7519,311 Under arrestofficers11268 enlisted men836443 —————— 88,745—88,745112,988—112,988 Absent (officers and enlisted men): On detached service7,84721,428 On leave3,4041,655 Without leave7,7673,292 Sick25,917 In this number are included the wounded of Chancellorsville.27,888 —————— Total44,935—44,93554,263—54,263 Grand total133,680167,251 Cannon206352 Here is now the detailed statement of the forces of the two armies at the dates above stated. It will be remarked that between this date and that of the 30th of June, to which relates the statement of the composition of the Army of Northern Virginia by regiments, that army has been greatly altered. But in this organization, of which we have spoken elsew
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
full of the States to which these regiments belonged would occupy considerable space, we have adopted the official abbreviations, the key to which we append here: Alabama,Ala. Arkansas,Ark. California,Cal. North Carolina,N. C. South Carolina,S. C. Connecticut,Conn. Delaware,Del. Florida,Fla. Georgia,Ga. Illinois,Ill. Indiana,Ind. Iowa,Ia. Kansas,Kan. Kentucky,Ky. Louisiana,La. Maine,Me. Maryland,Md. Massachusetts,Mass. Michigan,Mich. Minnesota,Minn. Mississippi,Miss. Missouri,Mo. New Hampshire,N. H. New Jersey,N. J. New York,N. Y. Ohio,O. Pennsylvania,Pa. Rhode Island,R. I. Tennessee,Tenn. Texas,Tex. Vermont,Vt. Virginia,Va. Wisconsin,Wis. U. S., abbreviation for United States, designates those bodies of trooops that were raised directly by the Federal government. The statements of effective forces are a summary of those furnished monthly by the general staff to the Departments at Washington and Richmond, which contain thousands of figures. It wi
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
Arkansas,Ark. California,Cal. North Carolina,N. C. South Carolina,S. C. Connecticut,Conn. Delaware,Del. Florida,Fla. Georgia,Ga. Illinois,Ill. Indiana,Ind. Iowa,Ia. Kansas,Kan. Kentucky,Ky. Louisiana,La. Maine,Me. Maryland,Md. Massachusetts,Mass. Michigan,Mich. Minnesota,Minn. Mississippi,Miss. Missouri,Mo. New Hampshire,N. H. New Jersey,N. J. New York,N. Y. Ohio,O. Pennsylvania,Pa. Rhode Island,R. I. Tennessee,Tenn. Texas,Tex. Vermont,Vt. Virginia,Va. Wisconsin,WMass. Michigan,Mich. Minnesota,Minn. Mississippi,Miss. Missouri,Mo. New Hampshire,N. H. New Jersey,N. J. New York,N. Y. Ohio,O. Pennsylvania,Pa. Rhode Island,R. I. Tennessee,Tenn. Texas,Tex. Vermont,Vt. Virginia,Va. Wisconsin,Wis. U. S., abbreviation for United States, designates those bodies of trooops that were raised directly by the Federal government. The statements of effective forces are a summary of those furnished monthly by the general staff to the Departments at Washington and Richmond, which contain thousands of figures. It will be seen from this what was the condition of the two armies. Fortunately, both parties continued to employ the forms adopted in the old army of the United States, which rende
Port Hudson (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
erton. Division, Bowen. Division, Bowen. Division, M. L. Smith. Brigade, Green. Brigade, Cockerell. Brigade, Gates. Brigade, Vaughn. Brigade, Shoupe. Brigade, Baldwin. Division, Stevenson. Division, Forney, Division, Forney, Division, Forney, Division, Loring. Division, Loring. Brigade, Reynolds. Brigade, Moore. Brigade, Lee. Brigade, Hebert. Brigade, Tilghman. Brigade, Buford. Brigade, Featherston. Division, Gardner, at Port Hudson, Brigade, Gregg. Division, Maxey. Division, Beall. Cavalry brigade, Wirt Adams. Reinforcements arrived at Jackson: Brigade, W. H. Walker. Reinforcements arrived at Jackson: Brigade, Gist. This list having been prepared, not from official sources, but simply from information collected here and there from various reports, is very incomplete, and contains perhaps some inaccuracies. We have found it impossible to correct it and supply the documents that are wanting. Deta
Arkansas (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
cial details of the situations, together with statements of the effective forces of both armies, for which we are indebted to the courtesy of the Secretary of War, and especially to General Townsend. In these details will be found the designation not only of brigades, but also of each regiment. As the mention in full of the States to which these regiments belonged would occupy considerable space, we have adopted the official abbreviations, the key to which we append here: Alabama,Ala. Arkansas,Ark. California,Cal. North Carolina,N. C. South Carolina,S. C. Connecticut,Conn. Delaware,Del. Florida,Fla. Georgia,Ga. Illinois,Ill. Indiana,Ind. Iowa,Ia. Kansas,Kan. Kentucky,Ky. Louisiana,La. Maine,Me. Maryland,Md. Massachusetts,Mass. Michigan,Mich. Minnesota,Minn. Mississippi,Miss. Missouri,Mo. New Hampshire,N. H. New Jersey,N. J. New York,N. Y. Ohio,O. Pennsylvania,Pa. Rhode Island,R. I. Tennessee,Tenn. Texas,Tex. Vermont,Vt. Virginia,Va. Wisconsin,Wis.
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
h regiment. As the mention in full of the States to which these regiments belonged would occupy considerable space, we have adopted the official abbreviations, the key to which we append here: Alabama,Ala. Arkansas,Ark. California,Cal. North Carolina,N. C. South Carolina,S. C. Connecticut,Conn. Delaware,Del. Florida,Fla. Georgia,Ga. Illinois,Ill. Indiana,Ind. Iowa,Ia. Kansas,Kan. Kentucky,Ky. Louisiana,La. Maine,Me. Maryland,Md. Massachusetts,Mass. Michigan,Mich. Minnesotaed for General Davis of the Second and Eleventh Mississippi, which were long separated from the army, and of two new regiments, the Forty-second Mississippi and the Fifty-fifth North Carolina; Pettigrew's strong brigade, recently arrived from North Carolina, and Archer's and Pender's brigades, borrowed from Hill, have been added to it to form a division commanded by General Heth; Hill's division has been placed under General Pender; and Anderson's, taken from Longstreet, with the two preceding o
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
these details will be found the designation not only of brigades, but also of each regiment. As the mention in full of the States to which these regiments belonged would occupy considerable space, we have adopted the official abbreviations, the key to which we append here: Alabama,Ala. Arkansas,Ark. California,Cal. North Carolina,N. C. South Carolina,S. C. Connecticut,Conn. Delaware,Del. Florida,Fla. Georgia,Ga. Illinois,Ill. Indiana,Ind. Iowa,Ia. Kansas,Kan. Kentucky,Ky. Louisiana,La. Maine,Me. Maryland,Md. Massachusetts,Mass. Michigan,Mich. Minnesota,Minn. Mississippi,Miss. Missouri,Mo. New Hampshire,N. H. New Jersey,N. J. New York,N. Y. Ohio,O. Pennsylvania,Pa. Rhode Island,R. I. Tennessee,Tenn. Texas,Tex. Vermont,Vt. Virginia,Va. Wisconsin,Wis. U. S., abbreviation for United States, designates those bodies of trooops that were raised directly by the Federal government. The statements of effective forces are a summary of those furnished month
Minnesota (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
th Carolina,N. C. South Carolina,S. C. Connecticut,Conn. Delaware,Del. Florida,Fla. Georgia,Ga. Illinois,Ill. Indiana,Ind. Iowa,Ia. Kansas,Kan. Kentucky,Ky. Louisiana,La. Maine,Me. Maryland,Md. Massachusetts,Mass. Michigan,Mich. Minnesota,Minn. Mississippi,Miss. Missouri,Mo. New Hampshire,N. H. New Jersey,N. J. New York,N. Y. Ohio,O. Pennsylvania,Pa. Rhode Island,R. I. Tennessee,Tenn. Texas,Tex. Vermont,Vt. Virginia,Va. Wisconsin,Wis. U. S., abbreviation for UnitedMinn. Mississippi,Miss. Missouri,Mo. New Hampshire,N. H. New Jersey,N. J. New York,N. Y. Ohio,O. Pennsylvania,Pa. Rhode Island,R. I. Tennessee,Tenn. Texas,Tex. Vermont,Vt. Virginia,Va. Wisconsin,Wis. U. S., abbreviation for United States, designates those bodies of trooops that were raised directly by the Federal government. The statements of effective forces are a summary of those furnished monthly by the general staff to the Departments at Washington and Richmond, which contain thousands of figures. It will be seen from this what was the condition of the two armies. Fortunately, both parties continued to employ the forms adopted in the old army of the United States, which render comparisons easy. Federal army
New Jersey (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
giments belonged would occupy considerable space, we have adopted the official abbreviations, the key to which we append here: Alabama,Ala. Arkansas,Ark. California,Cal. North Carolina,N. C. South Carolina,S. C. Connecticut,Conn. Delaware,Del. Florida,Fla. Georgia,Ga. Illinois,Ill. Indiana,Ind. Iowa,Ia. Kansas,Kan. Kentucky,Ky. Louisiana,La. Maine,Me. Maryland,Md. Massachusetts,Mass. Michigan,Mich. Minnesota,Minn. Mississippi,Miss. Missouri,Mo. New Hampshire,N. H. New Jersey,N. J. New York,N. Y. Ohio,O. Pennsylvania,Pa. Rhode Island,R. I. Tennessee,Tenn. Texas,Tex. Vermont,Vt. Virginia,Va. Wisconsin,Wis. U. S., abbreviation for United States, designates those bodies of trooops that were raised directly by the Federal government. The statements of effective forces are a summary of those furnished monthly by the general staff to the Departments at Washington and Richmond, which contain thousands of figures. It will be seen from this what was the c
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