The Fourth Alabama Painting by Don Troiani

Army of the Potomac

Captain A S Cutts, Sumter Light Artillery

Captain A S Cutts, Sumter Light Artillery

Reserves

Arrived shortly after the first battle of Manassas between the evening on 21 and 22 July, 1861 and assigned to the reorganised First Corps, Army of the Potomac, on 25 July, 1861

Brigadier General P G T Beauregard, Confederate States Army

First Texas Battalion Infantry
Lieutenant Colonel L T Wigfall

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First Mississippi Battalion Infantry
Lieutenant Colonel W L Brandon

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Twelfth Mississippi Infantry
Colonel R Griffth

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Thirteenth North Carolina Infantry
Colonel J F Hoke

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Ninth Louisiana Infantry
Colonel R Taylor

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Twelfth Alabama Infantry
Colonel R T Jones

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Sixth South Carolina Infantry
Colonel C S Winder

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Ninth South Carolina Infantry
Colonel J S Blanding

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Thirtieth Virginia Infantry
Colonel R M Cary

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Twentieth Georgia Infantry
Colonel W D Smith

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Sumter Light Artillery
Captain A S Cutts

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Orders of Battle

The above painting, 'The Fourth Alabama', is by Don Troiani, modern America's finest historical artist.