Skip to content
- Robert E. Lee: Commander of the Army of Northern Virginia
- James Longstreet: One of Lee’s three corps commanders. He was seen as Lee’s right-hand by 1863 and worked closely with Lee during the Battle of Gettysburg, disapproving of many of Lee’s decisions.
- George Pickett: Division commander under Longstreet. His division, along with two division from A.P. Hill’s Corps, were chosen for Pickett’s Charge.
- John Bell Hood:
- Lewis Armistead
- Henry Heth:
- George Meade: Commander of the Army of the Potomac
- John Reynolds:
- John Buford:
- Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain: Colonel of the 2oth Maine who defended Little Round Top and saved the Union line from collapse on the second day of fighting.
- Winfield Scott Hancock:
- Arthur Fremantle: British observer on behalf of Queen Victoria
- Henry Harrison: Confederate spy with warned Lee of the Union’s advancement toward Gettysburg, thus saving the Army of Northern Virginia from destructing.