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    Garland was killed at South Mountain and was replaced by Col. Duncan Kirkland McRae of 5th NC. Just fyi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaegerCoyote View Post
    Garland was killed at South Mountain
    I know. My first post says that this thread includes the Generals of the Army of Northern Virginia during the Maryland Campaign, which South Mountain was part of.

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    That picture of Wade Hampton is so clear. Good work!

    And I don't have any evidence for this right now, but Nathan Evans Brigade (Tramp Brigade) was not in any certain division, in most of the war they weren't in any division but just "reporting directly"
    Thanks! You are right. Fixed.
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    Oh if you need it, here a picture of B.T. Johnson

    First Sergeant Joseph P. Brevett of Company B, 2nd Maryland Infantry

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    A Good Resource for The Maryland Campaign

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    THIS IS GREAT!! I'm going to make this a sticky thread!

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    Just noticed it.
    Last edited by William F. Randolph; 10-26-2016 at 03:49 AM.
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    Also Pickett was A Major Gen not Brig Gen

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    Quote Originally Posted by isa567 View Post
    Also Pickett was A Major Gen not Brig Gen
    My list is representative of ranks/commands held during the Maryland Campaign. George Pickett was in fact a Brigadier General at the time of that campaign. He was promoted to Major General in October, nearly a month after Sharpsburg.

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    my Bad

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    Just like Jackson and Longstreet was promoted in early October, so was a number of other officers...
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