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Statement of the services of the Fifth army corps, in 1862, in northern Virginia

Fitz-John Porter

Statement of the services of the Fifth army corps, in 1862, in northern Virginia

by Fitz-John Porter

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

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  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories -- 5th Corps

    • Edition Notes

      Prefixed (1 p. l., [1], v p.): Statement of Gen. Fitz John Porter. Services of the Fifth army corps, in northern Virginia, 1862

      StatementBy General Fitz-John Proter
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE473.772 .P85
      The Physical Object
      Pagination85 p.,
      Number of Pages85
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6537522M
      LC Control Number11030860
      OCLC/WorldCa17745611

      The Union Army was made up of the permanent regular army of the United States, but further fortified, augmented, and strengthened by the many temporary units of dedicated volunteers as well as including those who were drafted in to service as this end, the Union Army fought and ultimately triumphed over the efforts of the Confederate States Army in the American Civil War. The First Corps, Army of Northern Virginia (or Longstreet's Corps) was a military unit fighting for the Confederate States of America in the American Civil was formed in early and served until the spring of , mostly in the Eastern corps was commanded by James Longstreet for most of its existence.. In part or as a whole, the corps fought in nearly all of the major.

        As part of the Fifth (Archer's) Brigade, A.P. Hill's "Light Division", Magruder's Corps, the Brigade participated in the Seven Day's Battles before Richmond. As part of the same division, but now part of the II Corps (Thomas J. Jackson), Army of Northern Virginia, it participated in Jackson's Valley Campaign at Cedar Run, moving from there to Reviews: 2. The Second Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia was a military organization within the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia during much of the American Civil War. It was officially created and named following the Battle of Sharpsburg in , but comprised units in a corps organization for quite some time prior to that. The Second Corps developed a reputation for hard fighting under famed.

      A Glorious Army ably demonstrates how he accomplished that feat, focusing on the campaigns in general terms to present a balanced analysis of the Army of Northern Virginia during this critical period. Wert introduces Lee as he takes over command of the army from the wounded Joseph Johnston on June 1, First Division: Army of Northern Virginia STAFF General Gordon Grahe, Commanding [email protected]


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At the battle of Gaines' Mill on Jthe regiment performed its most distinguished service. On that day, it will be remembered, the Confederate Army, reinforced by the corps of Stonewall Jackson from Northern Virginia, made four desperate attacks upon the Federal left under Fitz John Porter, who was occupying an open plateau, with.

Order of Battle of the Army of Northern Virginia from November to May When the Confederate Congreess authorized the creation of army corps and the corresponding rank of lieutenant general in the fall of Lee was quick to put it into place.

He creatied the First and Second Corps under Longstreet and Jackson. The history of the Ninth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Second Brigade, First Division, Fifth Army Corps, Army of the Potomac, June, June, by Macnamara, Daniel George, The name Army of Northern Virginia referred to its primary area of operation, as did most Confederate States Army names.

The Army originated as the (Confederate) Army of the Potomac, which was organized on Jfrom all operational forces in northern July 20 and J the Army of the Shenandoah and forces from the District of Harpers Ferry were added.

August Army of Virginia Maj. Gen. John Pope, Commanding. I Corps, Army of Virginia (Maj. Gen. Franz Sigel) 1st Division (Brig. Gen. Robert C. Schenck) 1st Brigade (Brig. Gen. Julius H. Stahel) 27th Pennsylvania 8th New York 41st New York 45th New York 2d Brigade (Col.

Nathaniel C. McLean) 25th Ohio 55th Ohio 73d Ohio 75th Ohio. The Army of Northern Virginia was the primary military force of the Confederate States of America in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil was most often arrayed against the Union Army of the districts were created under the Department of Northern Virginia: Aquia District First commander: Maj.

Gen. Theophilus H. Holmes Period of existence: Octoto April The corps was initially created out of various Union commands as part of the Middle Department in the Shenandoah Valley on Jand was placed under the command of Major General John E. Wool. It spent most of guarding the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad lines between Baltimore, Harpers Ferry, and Winchester.

Includes index President Abraham Linclon (p. [4]-6) The situation in Virginia in -- McClellan's plans for -- Siege of Yorktown -- Williamsburg and Eltham's landing -- McClellan's advance towards Richmond -- The action at Hanoven Court House -- Seven Pines: The first day ; The second day -- General Lee in command -- McClellan on the Chickahominy -- Jackson joins Lee -- The Seven Days.

History. The Army of the Potomac was created in but was then only the size of a corps (relative to the size of Union armies later in the war). Its nucleus was called the Army of Northeastern Virginia, under Brig. Gen. Irvin McDowell, and it was the army that fought (and lost) the war's first major battle, the First Battle of Bull arrival in Washington, D.C., of Maj.

Gen. George B. He was appointed brigadier-general Februmajor-general in the following May and was one of the most efficient officers in the Confederate army, and rose to the command of the Third Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, when it was created in May. The Confederate States Army, also called the Confederate Army or simply the Southern Army, was the military land force of the Confederate States of America (commonly referred to as the Confederacy) during the American Civil War (–), fighting against the United States forces in order to uphold white supremacy and the institution of slavery in the Southern states.

Fitz John Porter Union Army general VIAF ID: (Personal) General James McQuade and members of the Association of the Fifth army corps. [Letter to] Messrs. John G. Nicolay and John Hay. Statement of the services of the Fifth army corps, inin northern Virginia: Selected Co-authors Countries and Regions of Publication (1.

The Army of Northern Virginia was the most successful Confederate army during the American Civil War (–). With Robert E. Lee at its head, Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson commanding one of its corps, and J.

E. B. Stuart leading its cavalry, the army won important victories at Fredericksburg () and Chancellorsville () while the Union Army of the Potomac shuffled through a series.On the 27 June,with the American Civil War already a year old, General Robert E.

Lee assumed personal command of troops engaged in driving the Federal Army of the Potomac out of Richmond - troops which would henceforth be known as The Army of Northern Virginia.

Philip Katcher explores in absorbing detail all aspects of the army, including infantry, cavalry, artillery, technical and.Historical Map of North America & the Caribbean (9 April - Surrender of Army of Northern Virginia: Having consolidated in Georgia, Sherman turned north to invade the Carolinas and link up with Union forces in Virginia.

Meanwhile the Union advances in the north forced the Confederates to flee Richmond. With his situation now untenable, Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia at.