ANV Gettysburg Flashcards

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Army 1 2 3 Cavalry Staff

 

Civil War Cycling’s flashcards are for students who want help memorizing Gettysburg’s Orders of Battle to the brigade-level. My favorite reference on this topic is Bradley M. Gottfried’s book, Brigades of Gettysburg (New York: Skyhorse Publishing, 2012). You can read the Order of Battle from the Official Records, available online through Cornell University Library.

Army of Northern Virginia (CSA) - Lee

Who were Lee’s corps commanders at Gettysburg?

(ANV 1) James Longstreet - 06084v - Edited2
(ANV 1) James Longstreet - 06084v - Edited2 James Longstreet (LOC)

1st Corps – Lt. Gen. James Longstreet (1821–1904). Longstreet was from South Carolina and Georgia.

(ANV 2) Richard S. Ewell - 07437v - Edited2
(ANV 2) Richard S. Ewell - 07437v - Edited2 Richard S. Ewell (LOC)

2nd Corps – Lt. Gen. Richard S. Ewell (1817–72). He was born in Washington, D. C. but grew up in Virginia.

(ANV 3) Ambrose P. Hill - 3a00275r (poor quality) - Edited
(ANV 3) Ambrose P. Hill - 3a00275r (poor quality) - Edited Ambrose P. Hill (LOC)

3rd Corps – Lt. Gen. Ambrose P. Hill (1825–65). A. P. Hill was from Virginia.

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What is the ANV?

Army of Northern Virginia. The Confederate (CSA) army at Gettysburg.

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Who commanded the Confederate army at Gettysburg?

Robert E. Lee
Robert E. Lee Robert E. Lee (LOC)

Gen. Robert E. Lee (1807–70)

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