Gettysburg Confederate Order of Battle

Gettysburg Confederate Order Of Battle

The Confederate order of battle during the Battle of Gettysburg includes the American Civil War officers and men of the Army of Northern Virginia (multiple commander names indicate command succession during the three-day battle (July 1–3, 1863).

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