|Object Name||GENERAL ORDERS|
|Collection||CONFEDERATE MILITARY LEADERS COLLECTION|
|Scope & Content||
Head Quarters, Longstreet's Division, General Orders, No. 10, June 2, 1862
Physical Appearance: June 2, 1862 - Head Quarters Longstreet's Division, General Orders, No. 10} - Congratulates Major General Daniel Harvey Hill's troops for their "handsome" conduct at the battle at Seven Pines. Regretfully notes the few regiments who abandoned their ranks to plunder. Directs that those troops, with the except of the few regiments that plundered, inscribe "Seven Pines" on their regimental banners. Notes that the 14th Virginia Infantry in Major General Huger's division may inscribe "Seven Pines" on its banner as well. By command of Major General James Longstreet. (Signed) G. M. Sorrel, A[ssistant] A[djutant] General. "Official" copy, June 11, 1862 - H[ea]d Qu[arte]rs Huger's Div[ision]. (Signed) Benj. Huger, Jr. A[ssistant] A[djutant] G[eneral]. "Official" copy, June 11, 1862. H[ea]d Qu[arte]rs, 4th Brigade, Huger's Division. Signed, "J. D. Darden" A[id] D[e] C[amp] & A[ssistant] A[djutant] Gen[era]l. 2 pp.
|Archival History||Longstreet's General Orders, No. 10, dated June 2, 1862, was formerly located in the MC 3 E-311 files.|