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Troops in the Department of the South,
Maj. Gen. Quincy A Gillmore commanding,
April 30, 1864
                                                            Northern District
                                               Brig. Gen. Alexander Schimmelfennig

Folly Island
Col. Leopold von Gilsa

41st New York, Col. Leopold von Gilsa
54th New York, Col. Eugene A Kozlay
74th Pennsylvania, Adolph von Hartung

Little Folly Island
Col. William Heine

55th Massachusetts (colored), Col. Alfred S. Hartwell
103d New York, Capt. Frederick Turnt.

Morris Island
Col. William Gurney
54th Mass (colored), Col. Edward N. Hallowell
127th New York, Lieut. Col. Stewart L. Woodford
21st U.S. Colored Troops, Lieut Col. Augustus G. Bennett
34th U. S. Colored Troops, Col James Montgomery.

Artillery.
3d New York Light, Battery B, Capt. James E. Ashcroft.
3d Rhode Island Heavy (Second Battalion), Maj. George Metcalf

                                                    
       Port Royal Island
                                                      
 Brig. Gen Rufus Saxton
29th Connecticut (colored), Col. William B. Wooster
56th New York, Capt. Eliphas Smith
26th U. S. Colored Troops, Col William Silliman
33d U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Thomas W. Higginson.
3d New York Light Artillery, Battery F, Capt. Samuel C. Day

                                                            
District of Florida
                                                          Brig. Gen. William Birney
First Brigade
Col. James Shaw, Jr.

144th New York, Lieut. Col. James Lewis
75th Ohio (detachment), Maj. George B. Fox
107th Ohio, Maj. Augustus Vignos.
7th U. S. Colored Troops, Lieut. Col Llewellyn F. Haskell

Jacksonville.
75th Ohio Mounted, Col. Andrew L. Harris
35th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. James C. Beecher.
Signal Detachment, Lieut. Theodore C. Vidal

Fernandina
Col. Philip P. Brown, Jr.

157th New York (six companies), Col. Philip P Brown, Jr.
21st U. S. Colored Troops (recruits)

Artillery Brigade
Lieut. Col. Ulysses Doubleday.
3d U.S. Colored Troops, Maj. Frederick W. Bardwell.
3d Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, Battery A, Capt. William H. Hamner.

Yellow Bluff
8th U. S. Colored Troops, Capt. Romanzo C. Bailey

St. Augustine
17th Connecticut, Col. William H. Noble

Picolata
157th New York (four companies), Lieut. Col. James C. Carmichael

                                                      
Hilton Head District.
                                                     Col. William W. H. Davis
Hilton Head
Col. Charles R. Brayton.

52d Pennsylvania, Col. Henry M. Hoyt
104th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Thompson D. Hart.
3d Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, Company B, Lieut. George W. Greene,
1st New York Engineers, Company C, Capt. Vincent W. M. Brown.

Bayley's Brigade
Col. Thomas Bayley.

1st Michigan (colored), Col. Henry L. Chipman.
9th U. S. Colored Troops, Lieut. Col. Samuel C. Armstrong.
32d U. S. Colored Troops, Col. George W. Baird.

Seabrook Island.
25th Ohio, Maj. Nathaniel Haughton.

Fort Pulaski and Tybee Island.
Maj. James E. Bailey.

3d Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, Companies D, G, H, and L, Maj. James E. Bailey
9th U. S. Colored Troops, Company C, Capt. Edwin Post

Saint Helena Island,
Capt. David C Benjamin.
1st Michigan (colored), Company G,  Capt. David C Benjamin
9th U.S. Colored Troops, Company B, Capt. William Cook.
Invalid Detachment, Lieut. Wilbur F. Still

Cavalry.
4th Massachusetts, Second Battalion, Maj. David B. Keith.
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