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Commanded by:
Brigadier General Charles Griffin (to 5/5)
Brigadier General James Barnes

First Brigade Brigadier General James Barnes (^ 5/5)
Colonel William S. Tilton
2nd Maine Infantry Regiment Colonel George Varney ordered home to muster out 5/20
18th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Colonel Joseph Hayes
22nd Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Colonel William S. Tilton (^ 5/5)
1st Michigan Infantry Regiment Colonel Ira C. Abbott
13th New York Infantry Battalion Captain William Downey mustered out 5/15
25th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel Charles A. Johnson
118th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Charles M. Prevost
Second Brigade Colonel Jacob B. Sweitzer
9th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Colonel Patrick R. Guiney
32nd Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Luther Stephenson
4th Michigan Infantry Regiment Colonel Harrison Jeffords
14th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel James McQuade mustered out 5/24
62nd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel James C. Hull
Third Brigade Colonel Thomas B. W. Stockton (to 5/20)
Colonel Strong Vincent
20th Maine Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Joshua L. Chamberlain
16th Michigan Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Norval E. Welch
12th New York Infantry Regiment Captain William Huson 8 cos. mustered out 5/17; 2 cos. formed as battalion & assigned to Corps Provost Guard
17th New York Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Nelson B. Bartram to New York to muster out 5/18
44th New York Infantry Regiment Colonel James O. Rice
83rd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Colonel Strong Vincent (^ 6/20)
Artillery Captain Augustus P. Martin
3rd Massachusetts Battery Captain Augustus P. Martin to 5 Corps Art. Brig.
5th Massachusetts Battery Captain Charles A. Phillips to 1 Brig. Art. Reserve
1st Rhode Island Artillery, Battery C Captain Richard Waterman to 3 Brig. Art. Reserve
5th United States Artillery, Battery D Lieutenant Charles E. Hazlett to 5 Brig. Art. Reserve