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Commanded by
Brigadier General Israel I. Stevens (killed September 1)
Colonel B. C. Christ (9/1 – 9/8)
Brigadier General Orlando Wilcox

First Brigade Colonel Benjamin C. Christ (^ 9/1)
Colonel W. M. Fenton
(to 9/8)
Colonel Benjamin C. Christ
(to 9/24)
Lt. Colonel David Morrison
8th Michigan Infantry Regiment Lt. Colonel Frank Graves  to 2 Brig. (below)
17th Michigan Infantry Regiment Colonel William H. Withington  from Michigan
20th Michigan Infantry Regiment Colonel Adolphus Williams from Michigan
28th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Captain Andrew P. Caraher
79th New York Infantry Regiment Lt. Colonel David Morrison from 2 Brig. (below)
50th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Major Edward Overton (w 9/17)
Captain William H. Diel
to 2 Brig. (below)
Second Brigade Colonel Thomas Welsh (to 9/24)
Colonel B. C. Christ (to 9/30)
Colonel W. M. Fenton
8th Michigan Infantry Regiment Lt. Colonel Frank Graves from 1 Brig. (above)
46th New York Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Gerhardt
79th New York Infantry Regiment Lt. Colonel David Morrison to 1 Brig. (above)
45th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel John I. Curtin to 3 Brig. 9/26
50th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Captain William H. Diel from 1 Brig. (above)
100th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Lt. Colonel David A. Leckey  to 3 Brig. 9/26
Third Brigade Colonel Thomas Welsh
36th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment Colonel Henry Bowman from Worcester
45th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Lieutenant Colonel John I. Curtin from 2 Brig. 9/26
100th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Lt. Colonel David A. Leckey from 2 Brig. 9/26
Artillery
8th Massachusetts Battery Captain Asa M. Cook from Dist. Washington, Sturgis’ Brig.
2nd United States Artillery, Battery E Lieutenant Samuel N. Benjamin from 5 Corps, Res. Artillery, 4 Brig.