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Confederate-Army of Northern Virginia
Union -Army of Potomac
Beloved General of Confederate; very religious, loyal to his men
Confederate Corps commander under lee; lost 3 children to illness, smart defensive tactics, realistic view of battle
Confederate Division leader under Longstreet; curly-haired,perfumed. Afraid of missing entire battle at Gettysburg. Doesn't die
Confederate Corps commander under Lee; lost a leg. Takes Stonewall Jackson's position.
Confederate Corps commander under Lee; frequently sick, fights on 1st day with Union Buford & John Reynolds
Confederate Brigade Leader under Pickett; widowed; he is a good friend with Union corps commander Hancock
Confederate Brigade leader under Pickett; accused of not having honor by Stonewall Jackson. Gets injured leg, killed during Pickett's Charge.
Confederate Cavalry commander under Lee; assigned to track movements of the Union army. Off joyriding for 1st two days of battle, causing Confed army to lose track of Union troops
Confederate division leader under Ewell; chosen to replace part of Stonewall Jackson's command. Lost leg. Not liked by many, including Longstreet and Lee.
Union Commander of the 20th Maine Infantry regiment; from Maine, wanted to be a soldier.He does something brave on Little Round Top on day 3.
Union Cavalry commander under Meade. Has an eye for finding the best ground on the battlefield.
Union corps commander under Meade. he leads the elite Iron Brigade; he turned down the General position when offered to him. Killed shortly after action begins at Gettysburg.
Union General. he was told to take position. Arrives a bit late to the Battle of Gettysburg.
Union corps commander under Meade; good friends with Lewis Armistead. Directs much of the action at Gettysburg.
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