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The
BLACK PHALANX;

A History of the

NEGRO SOLDIERS OF THE UNITED STATES
in the Wars of
1775-1812, 1861-'65,
By
Joseph T. Wilson
Late of the 2nd Reg't. La. Native Guard Vols. 54th Mass. Vols.
Aide-De-camp to the Commander-In-Chief G. A. R.
Author of
"Emancipation," "Voice of a New Race,"  "Twenty-Two Years of Freedom," etc., etc.
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Hartford, Conn.:
American Publishing Company
1890

CHAPTER XIII. -
ROSTER OF THE BLACK PHALANX
pg. 464 - 480
 

CAVALRY.

     1st Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Seip. Organized at Camp Hamilton, Va., Dec., 1863.  Battles:  Bermuda Hundreds, Smithfield, Wilson's Landing Fort Pocahontas, Cabin Point, Powhatan.  Mustered out Feb., 1866.
     2nd Regiment, Colonel G. W. Cole - Organized at Ft. Monroe, Dec., 1863.  Battles:  Suffolk, Drewry's Bluff, May 10, 16th and 20th, 1864.  Point of Rocks, Deep Bottom, Chapin Farm, Richmond.  Mustered out Feb., 1866.
     3d Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel, J. B. Cook. - Organized at Vicks
     4th Regiment, (1st corps d' Afrique), Lieutenant-Colonel N. C. Mitchell
     5th Regiment, Colonel L. Henry Carpenter
. - Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., Oct., 1864.  Battles:  Saltville, Hopkinsville, Harrodsburg, Simpsonville.  Mustered out Mar., 1866.
     5th Regiment, Massachusetts, Colonel S. E. Chamberlin
. - Organized at Readville, Mass., May, 1864.  Battle:  Petersburg.  Mustered out Oct., 1865.
     6th Regiment, Colonel James F. Wade
. - Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., Nov. 1864.  Battles:  Saltville, Marion, Smithfield.  Mustered out Apr., 1866.

HEAVY ARTILLERY.

     1st Regiment, Colonel John E. McGowan.  Organized at Knoxville, Tenn., Feb., 1864.  Battle:  Decatur.
     3rd Regiment, Colonel Ignatz G. Kappner. - Organized at Memphis, Tenn., and Fort Pickering, Tenn., June, 1863, as 1st Regiment Tennessee Heavy Artillery.  Its designation was changed to 2nd Regiment and to 3rd, Apr., 1864.  Mustered out Apr., 1864.
     4th Regiment, Major Wm. N. Lansing. - Organized at Columbus, Ky., June, 1863, as 2nd Regiment Tennessee.  Its designation was changed Mar., 1864, to the 3rd Regiment, and to the 4th, Apr., 1864.  Battles:  Fort Donelson.  Mustered out Feb., 1866.
     5th Regiment, Colonel Herman Leib. - Organized at Vicksburg, Miss., Aug., 1863, as the 9th Regiment Louisiana Volunteers.  Its designation was changed to 1st Regiment, Mississippi, Sept., 1863, and to the 4th, Mar., 1864.  Battles:  Milliken's Bend, June 6th, 7th and 25th, 1863, Vicksburg.  Mustered out May, 1866.
     6th Regiment, Colonel Hubert A. McCaleb. - Organized at Natchez, Miss., Sept., 1863, as 2nd Regiment, Miss.  Its designation was changed to the 5th Regiment, Mar., 1864, and to the 6th Apr., 1864.  Battles:  Vidalia, Concordia Bayou, Black River.  Mustered out May, 1866.
     For 7th Regiment see 11th Infantry
     8th Regiment, Colonel Henry W. Barry.
 - Organized at Paducah, Ky., Apr., 1864.  Battle:  Fort Anderson.  Mustered out Feb., 1866.
     9th Regiment, Major Edward Grosskoff. - Organized at Clarksville, Nashville, Tenn., Oct., 1864; broken up May, 1865; officers and enlisted men transferred to other organizations.
     10th Regiment, Colonel C. A. Hartwell, (regular army).—Organized at New Orleans, La., Nov., 1862, as 1st Regiment Louisiana.  Its designation was changed to 1st Regiment Corps d' Afrique, Nov., 1863, and to the 7th Regiment United States, Apr., 1864; to the 10th, May, 1864. The 77th Regiment Infantry was consolidated with it Oct., 1865.  Mustered out Feb., 1867. Battle: Pass-Manchae.
     11th Regiment, Colonel J. Hale Sypher.—Organized at Providence, R. I., Aug., 1863, as the 14th Regiment, R. I.  Its designation was changed to the 8th Regiment United States, Apr., 1864, and to the 11th, May. 1864. Battle: Indian Village.  Mustered out Oct., 1865.
     12th Regiment.  Co
lonel Norman S. Andrews.—Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., July, 1864.  Battles: Big Springs, Fort Jones.  Mustered out, Apr., 1866.
     13th Regiment, Colonel Jacob T. Foster.—
Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., June, 1865.  Mustered out Nov., 1865.
     14th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Walter S. Poor.
—Organized at New Berne and Marblehead, N. C, Mar., 1864, as the 1st North Carolina. Its designation was changed to the 14th, Mar., 1865.  Mustered
out Dec., 1865.

LIGHT ARTILLERY.

     2nd Regiment.—Organized at Nashville, Tenn., Apr., 1864.  Mustered out January. 1866.

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     Battery A, Captain. F. P. Meigs.
     Battery B, Captain Francis C. Choate -
Organized by Fort Monroe, Va.  Jan., 1864.  Battles:  Wilson's Wharf, City Point.  Mustered out Mar., 1866.
     Battery C, Captain Robert Ranney.  Organized at Hebron's Plantation, Miss., Nov., 1863, as the 1st Louisiana Battery.  Its designation was changed to Battery A, 2d Regiment, Mar., 1863, and to Battery C Apr., 1864.  Mustered out Dec., 1865.
     Battery D, Captain W. H. Pratt. - Organized at Black River Bridge, Miss., Dec., 1863, as the 2d Louisiana Battery.  Its designation was chanted to Battery B, 2d Regiment United States, Mar., 1864, and to Battery D April, 1864.
     Battery E, Captain Edwin Bancroft.  Organized at Helena, Ark., Dec., 1863, as teh 3d Louisiana Battery. Its designation was changed to Battery C, 2d Regiment United States, Mar., 1864, and to Battery E April, 1864.  Battles:  Island No. 76, Big Creek.
     Battery F, Captain Carl A. Lamberg. - Organized at Memphis, Tenn., as the Memphis Light Battery, November, 1863.  Its designation was changed to Battery D, 2d United States Regiment, March, 1864, and to Battery F, April, 1864.  Consolidated with the 3d United States Heavy Artillery, December, 1864.  Battles:  Fort Pillow, Brice's Cross Roads.  Mustered out April, 1866.
     Battery G, Captain Jeremiah S. Clark. - Organized at Hilton Head, S. C, May, 1864.  Mustered out August, 1865.
     Battery H, Captain John Driscoll. - Organized at Pine Bluff, Ark., June. 1864, as the 1st Arkansas Colored Battery. Changed to Battery H, 2d United States, December, 1864.  Mustered out September, 1865.
     Battery 1. Captain Louis B. Smith. - Organized at Memphis, Tenn., April. 1804.  Mustered out January, 1806.
     Independent Battery, Captain H. Ford Douglass.  Organized at Leavenworth, Kan., December, 1864.  Mustered out July, 1865.

INFANTRY.

     1st Regiment,* Colonel John H. Holman. - Organized at District of Columbia. May, 1863.  Battles: Wilson's Wharf, Petersburg, Chapin's Farm. Fair Oaks, Fillmore, Town Creek, Wilmington, Warsaw.  Mustered out, September 1865.
     2d Regiment, Colonel B. F. Townsend.—
Organized at Arlington, Va., June, 1863.  Battles: Fort Taylor, Cedar Keys, Natural Bridge.  Mustered out January, 1866.

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• Dr. Wright,
a prominent secessionist at Norfolk, Va., swore to shoot the first white man that he caught drilling negroes. Lieutenant A. S. Sanborn, of this regiment, while marching a squad to head-quarters through the main street of the city
was shot and killed by this Dr. Wright, for which he was hanged.

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     3d Regiment, Colonel F. W. Bardwell. - Organized at Philadelphia, Penn., August, 1863.  Battles: Fort Wagner, Bryant's Plantation, Marion County, Jacksonville.  Mustered out October, 1865.
     4th Regiment, Colonel S. A. Duncan. - Organized at Baltimore, Md., July, 1863.  Battles: Bermuda Hundreds, Petersburg, Dutch Gap, Chapin's Farm, Sugar-Loaf Hill.  Mustered out May, 1866.
     5th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel John B. Cook. - Organized at Camp Delaware, Ohio, August, 1863.  Battles: Sandy Swamp, New Kent Court House, City Point, Petersburg, Chapin's Farm, Fair Oaks, Raleigh.  Mustered out, September 1865.
     6th Regiment, Colonel John W. Ames, (regular army). - Organized at Camp William Penn, Pa., 1863.  Battles: Williamsburg, Chapin's Farm, Sugar-Loaf Hill, January 19th, February 11th, 1865.  Mustered out September, 1865.
     6th Regiment, Louisiana, Colonel Robert Des Anges. - Organized at New Orleans, La., July, 1863 - sixty days.  Mustered out August, 1863.
     7th Regiment, Colonel James Shaw, Jr. - Organized at Baltimore, Md., September, 1863.  Battles: Deep Bottom, Johns Island, James Island, Darbytown Road, Jacksonville, May 1st, 28th, 1864, Bermuda Hundreds, Chapin's Farm, Fort Burnham, Petersburg, Richmond.  Mustered out October, 1866.
     7th Regiment, Louisiana, Colonel M. Wilson Phanley.  - Organized at
New Orleans, La.—sixty days.  Mustered out August, 1863.
     8th Regiment, Colonel Charles W. Fribley. - Organized at Camp William Penn., Pa., September, 1863.  Battles: Olustee, Chapin's Farm, Darbytown Road.  Mustered out November, 1865.
     9th Regiment, Colonel Thomas Bayley. - Organized at Camp Staunton, Md., November, 1863.  Battles: Deep Bottom, Chapin's Farm, Darbytown Road, Fair Oaks.  Mustered out November. 1866.
     10th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel E. H. Powell. - Organized in Virginia, November, 1863.  Battles: Wilson's Wharf, Plymouth, November 26th, 1863, April 18th, 1864, Petersburg.  Mustered out May, 1866.
     11th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel James M. Steele. - Organized (five companies) at Fort Smith, Ark., December, 1863.  Battles: Fort Smith, Boggs Mills.  Mustered out May, 1866.
     11th Regiment consolidated with the 112th and 113th, old regiments, April, 1865, and designated the 113th.  Mustered out May, 1866.
     11th Regiment, Colonel William D. Turner. - Organized at LaGrange, Lafayette, Memphis, Tenn., Corinth, Miss, June, 1863, as the 1st Regiment Alabama Siege Artillery, changed to 6th Regiment United States Heavy Artillery March, 1864, to 7th Regiment April, 1864, and to 11th Regiment January, 1865.  Battles: Fort Pillow, Holly Springs.  Mustered out January, 1866.

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     12th Regiment, Colonel Charles R. Thompson. - Organized in the State of Tennessee July, 18C3.  Battles: Nashville, Section 37, N. & S. W. R R., Murfreesboro.  Mustered out January, 1866.
     13th Regiment, Colonel John A. Hollenstein. - Organized at Nashville, Tenn., November, 1863.  Battles: Johnsonville, Nashville.  Mustered out January, 1866.
     14th Regiment, Colonel Henry C. Corbin. - Organized at Gallatin, Tenn., November, 1863.  Battles: Dalton, Decatur, Nashville.  Mustered out March, 1866.
     15th Regiment, Colonel William Inness. - Organized at Nashville, Tenn., December, 1863.  Battles: Nashville, Magnolia.  Mustered out April, 1866.
     16th Regiment, Colonel William B. Gaw. Organized at Nashville, Tenn., December, 1863.  Battles: Chattanooga.  Mustered out April, 1866.
     17th Regiment, Colonel William R. Shatter. - Organized at Nashville, Tenn., December, 1863.  Battles: Nashville, Decatur, Brawley Fork.  Mustered out April, 1866.
     18th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Sears. - Organized in the State of Missouri February, 1864.  Battles: Nashville, December 7th, 15th, and 16th, 1864, Sand Mountain.  Mustered out February, 1866.
     19th Regiment, Colonel Joseph G. Perkins. - Organized at Camp Staunton, Md., December, 1863.  Battles: Petersburg, Bermuda Hundreds, November 30th, December 4th, 1864.  Mustered out January, 1867.
     20th Regiment, Colonel Nelson B. Bertram. - Organized at Piker's Island, N. Y., February, 1864.  Mustered out October, 1865.
     21st Regiment, Colonel Augustus G. Bennett. Organized at Hilton Head, S. C, Fernandina, Fla., June, 1863, as the 3d and 4th South Carolina. Consolidated March, 1864, and designated as the 21st U. S. Regiment.  Mustered out April, 1866.
     22d Regiment, Colonel Joseph B. Kiddoo. Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., January, 1864.  Battles: Petersburg, New Market Heights, Dutch Gap, Chapin's Farm, September 29th, November 4th, 1864, Fair Oaks.  Mustered out 1865.
     23d Regiment, Lieutenunt-Colonel Marshall L. Dempey.  Organized at Camp Casey, Va., November, 1863.  Battles: Petersburg, Bermuda Hundreds.  Mustered out November, 1865.
     24th Regiment, Colonel Orlando Brown. - Organized at Camp William Penn, Pa., January, 1865 - one year.  Company F mustered out September, 1865; remaining companies October, 1865.
     25th Regiment, Colonel F. L. Hitchcock. - Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., January, 1864.  Mustered out December, 1865.

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     26th Regiment, Colonel William B. Guernsey. - Organized at Piker's Island, N. Y., February, 1864.  Battles: John's Island, July 5th and 7th, McKay's Point, Gregory's Farm.
     27th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel John W. Dounellon. - Organized at Camp Delaware, Ohio, January, 1864.  Battles: Petersburg, Hatcher's Run.  Mustered out November, 1865.
     28th Regiment, Colonel Charles S Russell, (regular army). - Organized at Indianapolis, Ind., December, 1863.  Battles: Jones Bridge, Petersburg.  Mustered out November, 1865.
     29th Regiment, Colonel Clark E. Royce.  Organized at Quincy, Ill., in the field, Virginia, April, October, 1864 - one and three years.  Battles: Petersburg, White Oak Road.  Mustered out November, 1865.
     29th Regiment, Connecticut, Lieutenant-Colonel David Torrence. - Organized at New Haven, Conn., March, 1864.  Battles: Petersburg, Chapin's Farm, Darbytown Road, Fair Oaks, Mustered out October, 1865.
     30th Regiment, Colonel Delevan Bates. - Organized at Camp Stanton, Md., February, 1864.  Battles: Petersburg, Sugar Loaf Hill, Cox's Bridge.  Mustered out December, 1865.
     31st Regiment, Colonel Henry C. Ward. - Organized at Hart's Island, N.Y., in the field, Virginia, April, November, 1 864. Battle: Petersburg.  The 30th Connecticut consolidated with this regiment May, 1864. Mustered out November, 1865.
     32d Regiment, Colonel George W. Baird. - Organized at Camp William Penn, Pa.. February, 1864.  Battles: Honey Hill, Deveaux Neck.  Mustered out August, 1865.
     33d Regiment, Colonel William F. Bennett. - Organized at Beaufort, S. C, January, 1863, as the 1st Regiment South Carolina Volunteers; changed to 33d Regiment U. S. February, 1864.  Battles: Township, Mill Town Bluff, Hall Island, Jacksonville, John's Island.  Mustered out January, 1866.
     34th. Regiment, Colonel William W. Marple. - Organized at Beaufort, Hilton Head, S.C., May, 1863.  Battles: Ashepoo River, John's Inland, Deveaux Neck.  Mustered out February, 1866.  Organization commenced as 2d Regiment, South Carolina; changed before completion to the 34th Regiment U. S.
     35th Regiment, Colonel James C. Beecher. - Organized at New Berne, N. C, June, 1863, as the 1st North Carolina Regiment, changed to 35th U. S. Regiment February, 1864.  Battles: Olustee, Black Creek, St. John's River, Honey Hill.  Mustered out June, 1866.
     36th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel William H. Hart. - Organized at Portsmouth, Va., as the 2d Regiment North Carolina, changed February, 1864.  Battles: Indian Town, Point Lookout, Pierson's Farm.  Petersburg, Chapin's Farm, Dutch Gap.  Mustered out October, 1866.

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     37th Regiment, Colonel Nathan Goff. - Organized at Norfolk, Va., January, 1864, as the 3d North Carolina Regiment; changed to 37th U.S. Regiment, February, 18G4.  Battles: Plymouth, Chapin's Farm, Fair Oaks.  Mustered out February, 1867.
     38th Regiment, Colonel Robert W. Hall, (regular army). - Organized in Virginia January, 1864.  Battles: Chapin's Farm, Deep Bottom.  Mustered out January, 1867.
     39th Regiment, Colonel Ozora P. Stevens. - Organized at Baltimore, Md., March, 1864.  Battles: Petersburg, Federal Point, Bermuda Hundreds, Hatcher's Run.  Mustered out December, 1865.
     40th Regiment, Colonel F. W. Lester. - Organized at Nashville and Greenville, Tenn. Battle: South Tunnel.  Mustered out April, 1866.
     41st Regiment, (battalion), Lieutenant-Colonel Julins A. Weiss. - Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., September, 1864, composed of men enlisted, drafted for one, two, and three years. Consolidated into a battalion of four companies September, 1865, of one year men. Battles: Hatcher's Run, Fort Burnhum, Petersburg, Appomattox Court House.  Mustered out December, 1865.
     42d Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel J. R. Putnam. - Organized at Chattanooga and Nashville, Tenn., April, 1864, composed of enlisted and drafted men for one and three years.  Mustered out January, 1806.
     43d Regiment, Colonel S. B. Yoeman. Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., March, 1864.  Battles: Petersburg, Hatcher's Run.  Mustered out 1865.
     44th Regiment, Colonel Lewis Johnson. - Organized at Chattanooga, Tenn., Rome, Dalton, Ga., April, 1864.  Battles: Nashville, December 2d, 21st, 1864.  Mustered out April, 1866.
     45th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel E. Mayer. - Organized at Philadelphia, Pa., June, 1864.  Battles: Hatcher's Run, Petersburg.  Mustered out November, 1865.
     46th Regiment, Colonel C. Whittlesey. - Organized in Arkansas May, 186:!, as the 1st Regiment Arkansas Volunteers; changed to 46th Regiment U. S., May, 1804.  Battle: Mound Plantation.  Mustered out  January, 1866.
     47th Regiment. Colonel Hiram Schofield. - Organized at Lake Providence, La., May, 1863, as the 8th Regiment Louisiana Volunteers; changed to 47th Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battles: Lake Providence, Liverpool Heights, Yazoo City, Fort Blakely.  Mustered out January, 1866.
     48th Regiment, Colonel F. M. Crandul. - Organized at Lake Providence and Goodrich's Landing, La., May, 1863, as the 10th Regiment Louisiana Volunteers; changed to 48th Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battles: Bayou Tensa, Vicksburg, Fort Blakely.  Mustered out January, 1866.

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     49th Regiment, Colonel Van E. Young. - Organized at Miliken's Bend, La., May, 1863, as the 11th Regiment Lousiana Volunteers; changed to 49th Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battles: Miliken's Bend, Waterproof.  Mustered out March, 1866.
     50th Regiment, Colonel Charles A. Gilchrist. - Organized at Vicksburg, Miss., July, 1863, as the 12th Regiment Louisiana Volunteers; changed to 50th Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battle: Fort Blakely.  Mustered out March, 1866.
     51st Regiment, Colonel A. Watson Webber. - Organized at Miliken's Bend, La., and Vicksburg, Miss., May, 1863, as the 1st Regiment Mississippi Volunteers; changed to 51st Regiment U. S., March, 1864. Battles: Miliken's Bend, Ross Landing, Floyd, Fort Blakely.  Mustered out June, 1866.
     52d Regiment, Colonel George M. Ziegler. - Organized at Vicksburg, Miss., July 27th, 1863, as the 2d Regiment Mississippi Volunteers; changed to 52d Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battles: Vicksburg, Coleman's Plantation, Bayou Bidell.  Mustered out May, 1866.
     53d Regiment, Colonel Orlando C. Risdon. - Organized at Warrentown, Miss., May, 1863, as the 3d Regiment Mississippi Volunteers; changed to 53d Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battles: Haines' Bluff, Grand Gull, White River.  Mustered out March, 1866.
     54th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Fair. - Organized in Arkansas September, 1863, as the 2d Regiment Arkansas Volunteers; changed to 54th Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battles: Cow Creek, Arkansas River, Sabine River, Fort Gibson, Cabin Creek.  Mustered out August, 1866.
     54th Regiment Massachusets Volunteers, Colonel E. N. Hallowell. - Organized at Camp Meigs, Rendville, Mass., March, 1863.  Battles: James Island, Fort Wagner, Olustee, Honey Hill, Boykin's Mill, before Charleston.  Mustered out August, 1865.
     55th Regiment, Colonel N. B. Bartman. - Organized at Corinth, Miss., May, 1863, as the 1st Regiment Alabama Volunteers; changed to 55th Regiment U. S., 1864.  Battles: Ripley, Brice's Cross Roads, Moscow, Waterford.   Mustered out December, 1865.
     55th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, Colonel Alfred S. Hartwell. - Organized at Camp Meigs, Readville, Mass., May, 1863.  Battles: James Island, May 21st, July 2d, 1864, February 10th, 1865, Honey Hill, Briggen Creek, St. Stephens, Deveaux Neck.  Mustered out August, 1865.
     56th Regiment, Colonel Charles Bentzoni, (regular army). Organized at St. Louis, Mo., August, 1863, as the 3d Regiment Arkansas Volunteers; changed to 56th Regiment U.S., March, 1854.  Battles: Indian Bay, Meffleton Lodge, Wallace's Ferry.  Mustered out September, 1866.

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     57th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Silas Hunter. - Organized at Duvall's Bluff, Little Rock.  Helena, Ark., December, 1863, as the 4th Regiment Arkansas Volunteers, changed to 57th Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battles: Little Rock, April 26th and May 28th, 1864, Camden.  Mustered out October, 1866.
     58th Regiment, Colonel Simon M. Preston.—Organized at Natchez, Miss., August, 1863, as the 6th Regiment Mississippi Volunteers; changed to 58th Regiment D. S., March, 1864.  Battle: Natchez.  Mustered out April, 1866.
     59th Regiment, Colonel Edward Benton.—Organized at La Grange, Tenn., June, 1863, as the 1st Regiment Tennessee Volunteers; changed to 59th, Regiment D. S., March, 1864.  Battles: Brice's Cross Roads, Tupelo.  Mustered out January, 1866.
     60th Regiment, Colonel John G. Hudson.— Organized at Keokuk, Iowa, and Benton Barracks, Mo., October, 1863, as the 1st Regiment Iowa Volunteers; changed to 60th Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battle: Big Creek.  Mustered out October, 1865.
     61st Regiment Lieutenant-Colonel John Foley.—Organized at LaGrange, Tenn., June, 1803, as the 2nd Regiment Tennessee Volunteers; changed to 01st Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battles: Moscow Station, Tupelo, Waterford, Memphis, Castport.  Mustered out December, 1865.
     62nd Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel David Branson.—Organized at Benton Barracks, Mo., December, 1803, as the 1st Regiment Missouri Volunteers; changed to 62nd Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battles: Glasgow, Palmetto Ranch.  Mustered out March, 1866.
     63rd Regiment, Major Wm. G. Sargent. - Organized at Memphis, and Island No. 10, Tenn., Vicksburg, Miss., and Goodrich's Landing, La., November, 1803, as the 9th Regiment Louisiana Volunteers; changed to 03rd Regiment U. S., March, 1804.  Battles: Waterproof, Ashwood, Marengo. Mastered out- January, 1866.
    64th Regiment, Colonel Samuel Thomas. - Organized at Camp Holly Springs, Memphis, and Island No. 10, Tenn., December, 1803, as the 7th Regiment Louisiana Volunteers, changed to the 64th Regiment U. S., March, 1804.  Battles; Ashwood Landing, Point Pleasant, Pine Bluff, David's Bond, June 2nd, 29th, 1804, Helena.  Mustered out March, 18G6.
     65th Regiment, Colonel Alonzo J. Edgerton. - Organized at Benton Barracks, Mo., December, 1803, as the 2nd Regiment Missouri Volunteers; changed to 95th Regiment U. S. March, 1804.  Mustered out January, 1807.
     66th Regiment, Colonel Michal W. Smith. Organized at Vicksburg, Miss., December, 1803, as the 4th Regiment Mississippi Volunteers; changed to 66th Regiment U.S., March, 1804.  Battles: Columbia, Goodrich's Landing, March 24th, and July 16th, 1864, Issequena County, July 10th and August 17th, 1864, Bayou Macon, Bayou Tensas, July
30th, and August 26th, 1864.  Mustered out March, 1866.

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     67th Regiment, Colonel Alonzo J. Edgerton. - Organized at Benton Barracks, Mo., January, 1804, as the 3rd Regiment Missouri Volunteers; changed to 67th Regiment U. S., March 1864; consolidated with the 65th Regiment, July 12th, 1865.  Battle: Mount Pleasant Landing.
     68th Regiment, Major Oliver H. Holcomb. - Organized at Benton Barracks, Mo., March, 1864, as the 4th Regiment Missouri Volunteers; changed to 68th Regiment U. S., March, 1864.  Battles: Tupelo, Spanish Fort, Fort Blakely.  Mustered out February, 1866.
     69th Regiment, Captain James T. Watson. - Organized at Pine Bluff, Duvall's, Bluff, Little Rock, and Helena, Ark., and Memphis, Tenn., December, 1864.  Organization discontinued September, 1865, and the commissioned officers and enlisted men transferred to the 63d and 64th Regiments.
     70th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Morris Yeomans. - Organized in part. April, 1864, at Natchez, Miss.; completed November, 1864, by the consolidation of tie 71st Regiment.  Mustered out March, 1866.
     71st Regiment, Colonel Willard C. Earle. - Organized at Black River Bridge and Natchez, Miss., and Alexandria, La., March, 1864; consolidated with the 70th Regiment November, 1864.
     72d Regiment, Colonel Alexander Duncan. - Organized at Covington, Ky., April, 1865; discontinued May, 1865; commissioned officers ordered before a board for examination, and enlisted men transferred to other regiments.
     73d Regiment, Colonel Samuel M. Quincy. - Organized at New Orleans, La., September, 1862, as the 1st Native Guard Volunteers; changed to 1st Regiment Corps d' Afrique, and to 73d Regiment U. S., April, 1864; consolidated with the 96th Regiment U. S., September, 1865.  Battles: Port Hudson, Jackson, Bayou Tunica, Steamer City Belle, Morganzia, Fort Blakely.  Men mustered out at the expiration of time.
     74th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel A. G. Hall. - Organized at New Orleans, La., October, 1802, as the 2d Regiment Louisiana Native Guard Volunteers; changed to 2d Regiment Corps d' Afrique, June, 1863, and to the 74th Regiment U. S., April, 1864.  Battle: East Pascagoula.  Mustered out October, 1865.
     75th Regiment, Colonel Henry W. Fuller. - Organized at New Orleans, La., November, 1802, as the 3d Regiment Louisiana Native Guard Volunteers; changed to 3d Regiment Corps d' Afrique, June, 1803, and to the 75th Regiment C. S., April, 1864.  Battles: Jackson. Port Hudson, Pleasant Hill, Waterloo.  Mustered out November, 1865.
     76th Regiment, Colonel Charles W. Drew. - Organized at New Orleans, La., February, 1863, as the 4th Regiment Louisiana Native Guard Volunteers; changed to 4th Regiment Corps d' Afrique, June, 1863, and to
the 76th Regiment U.S., April, 1864.  Battle: Fort Blakely.  Mustered out December, 1865.

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     77th Regiment, Colonel Charles A. Hartwell. - Organized at Fort St. Philip, La., December, 1863, as the 5th Regiment Infantry Corps d' Afrique, by the transfer of 291 enlisted men from the 4th Corps Regiment Volunteers; changed to 77th Regiment U. S., April, 1864; consolidated with the 85th Regiment and with the 10th Regiment Heavy Artillery, October, 18C5. Battle: Amite River.
     78th Regiment, Colonel Charles L. Norton. - Organized at Port Hudson, La., September, 1863, as the 6th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 78th Regiment U. S., April, 1864. Battle: Port Hudson.  Mustered out January, 1866.
     79th Regiment, Colonel James C. Clark. - Organized at Port Hudson, La., August, 1863, as the 7th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 79th Regiment U. S., April, 1864. Broken up July, 1864.  Battle: Port Hudson.
     79th Regiment, Colonel James M. Williams. - Organized at Fort Scott, Kan., January, 1863, as the 1st Regiment Kansas Volunteers; changed to 79th Regiment U. S., December, 1864.  Battles: Sherwood, Bush Creek, Cabin Creek, Honey Springs, Prairie d'Anne, Poison Spring, Jenkins Ferry, Joys Ford, Clarkeville, Horse Head Creek, Roseville Creek, Timber Hill, Lawrence, Island Mound, Fort Gibson.  Mustered out October, 1865.
     80th Regiment, Colonel William S. Mudget. - Organized at Port Hudson, La., September, 1863, as the 8th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 80th Regiment U. S., April, 1864. Battle: Port Hudson.  Mustered out March, 1867.
     81st Regiment, Colonel John F. Appleton - Organized at Port Hudson, La., September, 1863, as the 9th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 81st Regiment U. S., April, 1864.  Battle: Port Hudson.  Mustered out November, 1866.
     82d Regiment, Colonel Ladislos L. Zulasky. - Organized at Port Hudson, La,, September, 1863, as the 10th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 82d Regiment D. S., April, 1864.  Battles: Port Hudson; Barrancas, Mariana, Mitchell's Creek, Pine Barren Ford, Fort Blakely.  Mustered out September, 1866.
     83d Regiment, Colonel E. Martindale. - Organized at Port Hudson, La., August, 1863, as the 11th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 83d Regiment U. S., April, 1864. Broken up July, 1864, and enlisted men transferred to other regiments.
     83d Regiment, Brevet Colonel J. H. Gillpatrick. - Organized at Forts Scott and Leavenworth, Kan., August, 1863, as the 2d Regiment Kansas Volunteers; changed to 83d Regiment U. S., December, 1864.  Battles; Jenkins' Ferry, April 30th, May 4th, 1864, Prairie d'Anne. Sabine River, Fort Smith, Steamer Chippewa, Steamer Lotus, Rector's Farm.

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     84th Regiment, Colonel William II. Dickey.—Organized at Port Hudson, La., September, 1863, as the 12th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 84th Regiment U. S., April, 1864. Battle: Morganzia.  Mustered out March, 1866.
     85th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Henry C. Merriam. - Organized at New Orleans, La., March, 1864,as the 13th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 85th Regiment U. S., April, 1864; consolidated with the 77th Regiment U. S., May, 1864.
     86th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel George E. Yarrington. - Organized at New Orleans, La., August, 1863, as the 14th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 86th Regiment U. S., April, 1864. Battle: Fort Blakely.  Mustered out April, 1866.
      87th Regiment, Major H. Tobey. - Organized at New Orleans, La., September, 1863, as the 16th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 87th Regiment U. S., April, 1864 ; consolidated with the 95th Regiment U. S., November, 1864, to form the 85th Regiment U. S.; subsequently changed to 87th Regiment U. S.
     87th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel William W. Bliss. - Organized by the consolidation of the 87th and 95th Regiments I'. S., November, 1864, and designated us the 87th Regiment U.S.; consolidated with the 84th Regiment U. S., August, 1865.
     88th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel George E. Biles. - Organized at Port Hudson, La., 1863, as the 17th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 88th Regiment U. S., 1864. Broken up July, 1864, and the enlisted men transferred to other regiments.
     88th Regiment, Colonel Edmund R. Wiley. - Organized at Memphis, Tenn., February, 1863; consolidated with the 3d Regiment U. S. Heavy Artillery, December, 1S65.
     89th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Robert F. Atkins. - Organized at Port Hudson, La., October, 1863, as the 18th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 89th Regiment U. S., April, 1864.  Broken up July, 1864, and the enlisted men transferred to other regiments.
     90th Regiment, Colonel Charles E. Bostwick. - Organized at Madisonville, La., February, 1864, as the 19th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 90th Regiment U. S., April, 1804.  Broken up July, 1864, and enlisted men transferred to other regiments.
     91st Regiment Colonel Eliot Bridgeman. - Organized at Fort Pike, La., September, 1863, as the 20th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 91st Regiment U. S., July, 1864; consolidated with 74th Regiment U. S., July, 1864.  Battle: Bayou St. Louis.
     92nd Regiment, Colonel H. N. Frisbie. - Organized at New Orleans, La., September, 1863, as the 22nd Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 92nd Regiment U. S., April, 1864.  Battle: Red River Expedition.  Mustered out Dec. 1865.

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     93rd Regiment, Colonel Simon Jones.—Organized at New Iberia, La., November, 1863, as the 25th Regiment Corps d' Afrique; changed to 93rd Regiment U. S., April, 1864.  Broken up June 1865; enlisted men transferred to 81st and 82nd Regiments U. S. Battle: Ash Bayou.
     95th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel A. F. Wrohwaski.—Organized at Camp Parapet, La., April, 1863, as the 1st Regiment Engineers Corps d' Afrique; divided to form the 3rd Regiment Engineers Corps d' Afrique; changed to 95th Regiment U. S.; consolidated with 87th Regiment November, 1861, to form 81st Regiment; changed to 87th Regiment.
Battle: Port Hudson.
     96th Regiment, Lieut.-Colonel O. L. F. E. Fariola.—Organized at New
Orleans, La., August, 1863, as the 2nd Regiment Engineers Corps d' Afrique; changed to 96th D. S., April, 1864. Battle: Fort Gaines.  Consolidated with 73rd Regiment September, 1865; mustered out January, 1866.
     97th Regiment, Geo. D. Robinson.—Composed of men transferred from the 1st Regiment Engineers Corps d' Afrique. Organized at New Orleans, La., August, 1863, as the 3rd Regiment Engineers Corps d' Afrique; changed to 97th U. S., April, 1864. Battle: Pine Barren Creek. Mustered out April, 1866.
     98th Regiment, Colonel Chas. L. Morton.—Organized at Camp Parapet, New Orleans, and Berwick City, La., September, 1863, as the 4th Regiment Engineers Corps d' Afrique; changed to 98th U. S., April, 1864; consolidated with the 78th Regiment August, 1865. Battles: Berwick, Natchez.
     99th Regiment, Major Samuel Pollock.—Organized at New Orleans, La., August, 1863, as the 15th Regiment Infantry Corps d Afrique; changed to 5th Regiment Engineers Corps d' Afrique February, 1864, and to the 99th U. S., April, 1864; consolidated into a battalion of five companies, December, 1865. Battles: Natural Bridge, Steamer 'Alliance.'  Mustered out April, 1866.
     100th Regiment, Colonel Reuben D. Massey, (regular army). - Organized in Kentucky, May, 1864. Battles: N. & N. W. R. R., Nashville.  Mustered out December, 1865.
     101st Regiment, Colonel Robert W. Barnard, (regular army). - Organized in Tennessee, September, 1864. Battles: Scottsboro, Boyd's Station, Madison Station. Mustered out January, 1866.
     102d Regiment, Colonel Henry L. Chipman, (regular army). - Organized at Detroit, Mich., February, 1864, as the 1st Regiment Michigan Volunteers; changed to 102d Regiment U. S., May, 1864. Battles: Honey Hill, Deveaux Neck, Salkehatchie, Bradford's Spring, Swift's Creek. Mustered out September, 1865.
     103d Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel John A. Bogert. - Organized at Hilton Head, S. C, March, 1865.  Mustered out April, 1866.

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     104th Regiment, Colonel Douglas Frazar.—Organized at Beaufort, S. C, April, 1864.  Mustered out February, 1866.
     106th Regiment, Captain Frederick Holsman.—
Organized at Decatur, Ala., March, 1864, as the 4th Regiment Alabama Infantry; changed to 106th Regiment U. S., May, 1864.  Battles: Mud Creek, Athens.  Consolidated with the 40th Regiment U. S., November, 1865.
     107th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel David M. Sells. -
Organized at Louisville, Ky., May, 1864.  Mustered out November, 1866.
     108th Regiment, Colonel John S. Bishop. -
Organized at Louisville, Ky., June, 1864. Battle: Owensboro.  Mustered out March, 1866.
     109th Regiment, Colonel Orion A. Bartholomew. -
Organized at Louisville, Ky., July, 1864.  Mustered out February, 1866.
     110th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Dedrick F. Tiedemaun. -
Organized at Pulaski, Tenn., November, 1863, as the 2d Regiment Alabama Volunteers; changed to 110th Regiment U. S., June, 1864.  Battles:  Dallas, Athens.  Mustered out February, 1866.
     111th Regiment, Lieutenant, Colonel William H. Scroggs.—
Organized at Pulaski, Prospect, and Lynnville, Tenn., and Sulphur Branch Trestle, Ala., January, 1864, as the 3d Regiment Alabama Volunteers; changed to 111th Regiment U. S., June, 1864.  Battles: Pulaski, Sulphur Branch Trestle, Athens, Richland.  Mustered out April, 1866.
    112th Regiment, Lieutenant Colonel John G. Gustafson. -
Organized at Little Rock, Ark., April, 1864 ; consolidated with the 11th and 113th Regiments U. S., April, 1865, to form the 113th Regiment U. S.
     113th Regiment, (old), Lieutenant-Colonel Lanniston W. Whipple.  -
Organized at Little Rock, Ark., March, 1864, as the 6th Regiment Arkansas Volunteers; changed to 113th Regiment U. S., June, 1864; consolidated with the 11th and 112th Regiment U.S. to form the 113th, (new), April, 1865.
     113th Regiment, (new), Colonel Lanniston W. Whipple.—
Organized at Little Rock, Ark., April, 1865, by the consolidation of the 11th, 112th, and 113th—old regiments.  Mustered out April, 1866.
     114th Regiment, Colonel Thomas D. Sedgwick. -
Organized at Camp Nelson. Ky., July, 1864.  Mustered out April, 1867.
     115th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel George T. Elder. -
Organized at Bowling Green, Ky., July, 1864.  Mustered out February, 1866.
     116th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Kireker. -
Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., July, 1864.  Mustered out February, 1866.  Battle: Petersburg.
     117th Regiment, Colonel Lewis G. Brown. -
Organized at Covington, Ky., July, 1864. Battle: Ghent.  Mustered out August, 1867.
     118th Regiment, Colonel John C. Moon.
Organized at Baltimore, Md., October, 1864.  Battles: Fort Brady, Henderson.  Mustered out February, 1866.

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     119th Regiment, Colonel Charles G. Bartlett, (regular army). - Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky.  Battles: Glasgow, Taylorsville.  Mustered out February, 1866.
     120th Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel John Glenn. - Organized at Henderson, Ky., November, 1864.  Discontinued June, 1865, and enlisted men transferred to other regiments.
     121st Regiment, Colonel Hubert A. McCaleb  - Organized at Nashville, Tenn., October, 1864.  Discontinued June, 1865, and enlisted men transferred to other regiments.
     122d Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel David M. Layman. - Organized at Louisville, Ky., December, 1864; consolidated into a battalion of three companies January, 1866.  Mustered out February, 1866.
     123d Regiment, Colonel Samuel A. Porter. - Organized at Louisville, Ky., December, 1864.  Mustered out October, 1865.
     124th Regiment, Colonel Frederick H. Bierbower. - Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., January, 1865.  Mustered out October, 1865.
     125th Regiment, Colonel William R. Gerhart. - Organized at Louisville, Ky., February. 1865.  Mustered out October, 1867.
     127th Regiment, (Battalion), Lieutenant-Colonel James Givin. - Organized at Philadelphia, Pa.. August, 1864; consolidated into a battalion of three companies September, 1865.  Battle: Deep Bottom.  Mustered out October, 1865.
     128th Regiment, Colonel Charles H. Howard. - Organized at Hilton Head, S. C, April, 1865.  Mustered out October, 1866.
     136th Regiment, Colonel Richard Root. - Organized at Atlanta, Ga., July, 1865.  Mustered out January, 1866.
     137th Regiment, Colonel Martin R. Archer. - Organized at Selina, Ala., April, 1865.  Mustered into the United States service at Macon, Ga., June, 1865.  Mustered out January, 1866.
     138th Regiment, Colonel F. W. Benten. - Organized at Atlanta, Ga., July, 1865.  Mustered out July, 1866.

INDEPENDENT COMPANY A.

     First Lieutenant, E. M. Harris. - Organized at Camp William Penn, Pa., (one hundred days,) July, 1864.  Mustered out November, 1 864.
     Company A, (unassigned), Captain George L. Barnes. - Organized at Alexandria, Va., (one year), September, 1864.  Mustered out July, 1865.

NORTH ARMY CORPS.

     4th Division,* Brigadier-General Edward Ferrero.
     First Brigade, Colonel Joshua K. Sigfried. -
27th Regiment 3-th Regiment, 39th Regiment, 43d Regiment.
 

* There was with this division eleven batteries, four regiments of cavalry of white troops.

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     Second Brigade,  Colonel Henry G. Thomas - 19th Regiment, 29th Regiment, 23d Regiment, 28th Regiment, 31st Regiment.

EIGHTEENTH ARMY CORPS

     3d Division, (June 15th to July 31st, 1864.) - Brigadier-General E. W. Hinks, June 1st to July 1st; Colonel John H. Holman, July 1st to 27th; Colonel S. A. Duncan, July 27th to 29th; Brigadier-General
Joseph B. Carr
, since July 29th.
     First Brigade, Colonel John H. Holman; Colonel Jeptha Garrard
since July 2d.—1st Regiment, 10th Regiment,* 37th Regiment, 1st Cavalry, 5th Massachusetts Cavalry.
     Second Brigade, Colonel S. A. Duncan.—4th Regiment, 5th Regiment, 6th Regiment, 22d Regiment, 2d Cavalry.

     The following regiments composed the Provisional Detachment of the Army of the Tennessee, 23rd Army Corps., commanded by Major-General James B. Steadman, in 1864:

     First Brigade, Colonel T. J. Morgan.—14th Regiment, 15th Regiment, 17th Regiment, 18th Regiment, (battalion), 44th Regiment.
     Second Brigade, Colonel Charles R. Thompson.—12th Regiment, 13th Regiment, 100th Regiment.  Post of Nashville, Battery A, 2nd Artillery.

TENTH ARMY CORPS.

     Army of the Ohio, Major-General A. H. Terry. - 3d Division, Brigadier-General C. J. Paine.
     First Brigade. Brevet Brigadier-General D. Bates. - 1st Regiment, 30th Regiment, 107th Regiment.
     Second Brigade, Brevet Brigadier-General S. Duncan. - 1th Regiment, 6th Regiment, 37th Regiment. 
     Third Brigade, Colonel J. H. Holman - 5th Regiment, (Mass.,) 27th Regiment, 37th Regiment.

TENTH ARMY CORPS. §

     3d Division, Brigadier-General William Birney.
     First Brigade, Colonel James Shaw, Jr. - 7th Regiment, 9th Regiment,16th Regiment, 29th Regiment.
     Second Brigade, Colonel Ulysses Doubleday. - 8th Regiment, 41st Regiment, 45th Regiment, 127th Regiment.

EIGHTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

     3d Division, Brigadier-General Charles J. Paine.
     First Brigade, Colonel Elias Wright.—1st Regiment, 22d Regiment, 37th Regiment.

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* Detached In July.
Detached June 28th to Department Head-quarters.
Assigned June 22d, 1864.
§ Organized in November, 1864.

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     Second Brigade, Colonel Alonzo G. Draper. - 5th Regiment, 36th Regiment, 38th Regiment.
     Third Brigade, Colonel John W. Ames. - 4th Regiment, 6th Regiment, 10th Regiment.
     Provisional Brigade, Colonel E. Martindale. - 107th Regiment, 117th Regiment, 118th Regiment.
     Second Regiment Cavalry.

TWENTY-FIFTH ARMY CORPS.

     Organized in the field December, 1864; commander, Major-General Godfrey Weitzel.
     1st Division. Brigadier-General Chas. J. Paine.
     First Brigade, Colonel J. H. Holman. - 1st Regiment, 27th Regiment,30th Regiment.
     Second Brigade, Brevet Brigadier-General Samuel A. Duncan. - 4th Regiment, 6th Regiment, 39th Regiment.
     Third Brigade, Colonel Elias Wright, 10th Regiment. - 5th Regiment, 10th Regiment, 37th Regiment, 107th Regiment.
     2nd Division. Brigadier - General Wm. Birney.
     First Brigade, Colonel James Shaw, 7th Regiment. - 7th Regiment, 109th Regiment, 116th Regiment.
     Second Brigade, Colonel Ulysses Doubleday, 45th Regiment.. - 8th Regiment, 45th Regiment, 127th Regiment.
     Third Brigade, Colonel Chas. S. Russell, 28th Regiment.. - 28th Regiment, 29th Regiment, 31st Regiment, 117th Regiment.
     3rd Division. Brigadier-General C. A. Heckman.
     First Brigade, Brevet Brigadier-General A. G. Draper.. - 22nd Regiment, 36th Regiment, 38th Regiment, 118th Regiment.
     Second Brigade, Colonel B. Martindale, 81st Regiment.. - 9th Regiment, 29th Conn. Regiment, 41st Regiment.
     Third Brigade, Colonel H. G. Thomas, 10th Regiment.. - 19th Regiment, 23rd Regiment, 43rd Regiment.
     Cavalry Brigade, Brevet Brigadier-General B. C. Ludlow.. - 1st Cavalry, 2nd Cavalry, Light Battery B, 2nd Artillery.
     Artillery Brigade.* Battery D, 1st 17. S. Artillery, Battery M, 1st U. S. Artillery, Battery E, 3rd U. S. Artillery, Battery D, 4th U.S. Artillery, Battery C, 3rd R. I. Artillery, 4th New Jersey Battery, 5th New Jersey Battery, Battery E, 1st Pa. Artillery.

REGIMENTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF THE SOUTH, APRIL, 1864.

     1st Mich., 3rd, 7th, 8th, 9th, 21st, 26th U S., 29th Conn., 32nd, 33rd, 34th, 35th U. S., 54th Mass., 55th Mass. Regiments.

REGIMENTS WITH GENERAL STURGIS IN JUNE, 1864.

     59th, 61st, 68th Regt's., Battery I, 2nd Reg't., Artillery (light.)

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     * All white In the Artillery Brigade.

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