The Army of the Potomac

Order of Battle, 1861–1865, with Commanders, Strengths, Losses and More

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About the Book

The Army of the Potomac fought in numerous battles, large and small, during the Civil War. This reference work compiles information from the Official Records to give a complete look at the numbers behind every battle and major campaign the Army of the Potomac participated in.
Organized chronologically by battle, the numbers are broken down by corps, divisions, brigades and regiments. The data include commander’s names down to the regimental level, unit strengths, casualties and losses. Indexed by commanders and by units.

About the Author(s)

Darrell L. Collins has written several books on Civil War topics. He lives in Montrose, Colorado.

Bibliographic Details

Darrell L. Collins
Format: softcover (8.5 x 11)
Pages: 336
Bibliographic Info: notes, bibliography, indexes
Copyright Date: 2013
pISBN: 978-0-7864-7346-5
eISBN: 978-1-4766-0279-0
Imprint: McFarland

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Abbreviations Used in the Tables   vi

Preface   1

1. First Bull Run   3

2. Ball’s Bluff   8

3. The Peninsula   10

4. Second Bull Run   45

5. Maryland   59

6. Fredericksburg   86

7. Chancellorsville   100

8. Gettysburg   116

9. Bristoe   138

10. Mine Run   149

11. Overland   160

12. The Shenandoah Valley   218

13. Petersburg   228

14. Appomattox   285

15. Grand Totals   298

Notes   303

Bibliography   305

Commanders Index   306

Units Index   323

Book Reviews & Awards

“an admirable job…. A great deal of information has been diligently noted, sorted, and collated from these cornerstones of Civil War literature….valuable insight of the premier army in the Eastern theater. Collins is certainly to be commended for presenting this new look, to an old topic in an attractive, well-organized format”—Blue & Gray Magazine; “the author deserves real credit for completing the thankless task that no one else has been willing to perform before now, that of compiling the OB list and data available in the OR and gathering them all together in one place for easily accessible viewing”—Civil War Books & Authors.