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The American Civil War 1861-1865 Troop Strength (Thousands) 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 U.S . C.S. Lincoln/Stanton “General in Chief” McClellan General in Chief Scott General in Chief Patterson McDowell J. Johnston McClellan Buell Dept of the OHIO

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Troop Strength

(Thousands)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

U.S.

C.S.

Lincoln/Stanton

“General in Chief”

McClellan

General in Chief

Scott

General in Chief

Patterson

McDowell

J. Johnston

McClellan

Buell

Dept of the OHIO

Battle of 1st Bull Run

(21 July 1861)

Beauregard

Jackson

Halleck

Dept of the MO

Halleck

Dept of the MI

Battle of Pea Ridge

(6-8 March 1862)

J. Johnston

Forts Henry& Donelson

(2-16 Feb 1862)

McClellan

Pope

A.S. Johnston

Burnside

Grant

Shiloh

(6-7 April 1862)

Buell

A.S. Johnston

Beauregard

Opening Moves

East

Major Campaigns

1862

Opening Moves West

Coastal Actions


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Troop Strength

(Thousands)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

U.S.

C.S.

Lincoln/Stanton

“General in Chief”

Battle of Seven Pines

(31 May-1 June 1862)

Seven Days Battles

(26 June - 1 July 1862)

Jackson

Halleck

Dept of the MI

J. Johnston

Lee

Corinth Occupied

(30 May 1862)

McClellan

Pope

Burnside

Grant

Buell

Grant

Thomas

Buell

Pope

Buell

Bragg

Beauregard

Farragut Takes

New Orleans

(24 April-1 May 1862)

Major Campaigns

1862

Butler


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Troop Strength

(Thousands)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

U.S.

C.S.

Antietam

(17 Sept 1862)

Halleck

General in Chief

Lincoln/Stanton

“General in Chief”

Lee

McClellan

Second Bull Run

(29-30 Aug 1862)

XII

Jackson

Pope

Pope

Perryville

(8 Oct 1862)

Burnside

XI

Fredericksburg

(13 Dec 1862)

Lee

Longstreet

Halleck

Dept of the MI

Lee

Smith

Buell

Lee

Bragg

McClellan

Rosecrans

Stones River

(31 Dec 1862)

Smith

Burnside

Grant

Bragg

Buell

Bragg

Price

Van Dorn

Bragg

Van Dorn

J. Johnston

Pemberton

Major Campaigns

1862

Major Campaigns

1863

Banks

Butler


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Troop Strength

(Thousands)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

U.S.

C.S.

Halleck

General in Chief

Hooker

Burnside

Lee

Longstreet

Rosecrans

Grant

Bragg

J. Johnston

Grant

Pemberton

Major Campaigns

1863

Banks


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Troop Strength

(Thousands)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

U.S.

C.S.

Halleck

General in Chief

Hooker

Burnside

Chancellorsville

(27 Apr-6 May)

Burnside

Lee

Longstreet

Rosecrans

Bragg

J. Johnston

Grant

Pemberton

Pemberton

Grant

Banks

Major Campaigns

1863

Banks


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Troop Strength

(Thousands)

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

U.S.

C.S.

Lee

Halleck

General in Chief

Meade

Grant

General in Chief

Meade

Hooker

Gettysburg

(1-3 July)

Hooker

Burnside

Lee

Longstreet

Rosecrans

Burnside

Longstreet

Bragg

Sherman

Sherman

Rosecrans

Thomas

Bragg

J. Johnston

Hooker

Chickamauga

(19-20 Sept)

Pemberton

J. Johnston

Sherman

Grant

Banks

Major Campaigns

1863


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Grant

General in Chief

Meade

Sigel

Lee

Butler

Sherman

J. Johnston

Banks

Major Campaigns

1864-1865

Grant’s Plan

1864

Major Campaigns

1863


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Grant

General in Chief

Sheridan

Hunter

Meade

Sigel

Early

Lee

Lee

Butler

Grant

General in Chief

Meade

Thomas

J. Johnston

Hood

Sherman

Sherman

Schofield

J. Johnston

Hood

Sherman

Hood

Banks

Major Campaigns

1864-1865

The Union Prevails


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