Confederate Order of Battle
The organization of the Confederate Army of Tennessee changed radically during the Chickamauga Campaign. The Confederate government finally saw the danger to Georgia and Eastern Tennessee after the Union army crossed the Tennessee River, and began sending massive reinforcements. To handle the influx of these new units the commanding officer, General Braxton Bragg, made a number of organizational changes. In addition, he completely reorganized the command structure of the army after the first day of battle while still in the face of the enemy.
The Confederate Order of Battle pages are in four parts:
If you are interested in the methodology behind the numbers, click here.
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