Exhibit renovations at Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitor Center
The exhibits and film at Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitor Center are closed due to renovation work. We expect to reopen with new exhibits in the spring of 2014. The bookstore and visitor center at Chancellorsville are open daily.
Chatham to be Closed Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013
Due to utility work that will entail a power loss, Chatham will be closed on Wednesday, Nov. 27. The grounds will remain open. More »
Order of Battle Chancellorsville Union High Command and Artillery Reserve
Order of Battle Chancellorsville
Major General Joseph Hooker
Chief of Artillery Henry Hunt
Oneida (New York) Cavalry: Captain Daniel Mann
4th New Jersey Infantry (7 Companies):
93rd New York Infantry: Col. John S. Crocker
21st New York Infantry: Lieut. Col. Chester Sternberg
15th New York Engineers: Col. Clinton G. Colgate
1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Battery B: Lieut. Albert Brooker
Did You Know?
Chancellorsville is Lee's greatest victory, but also a Pyrrhic victory. After the battle Lee was very depressed. His army gained no ground, his army lost a much higher percent, his army failed to achieve their objective (destruction of the Union army) and they lost Stonewall Jackson.