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Union:


United States Muddy River Battalion – Commanded by Col. James CrofuttUSMuddyriverbattalion


2nd US Regulars, Company C – Commanded by Mark Lee


2nd US Cavalry, Company H2ndUSCalvaryCoC


3rd US Regular Infantry Regiment, Company B “The Old Guard” – Commanded by Capt. Williard Longnecker


3rd US Regular Infantry Regiment, Company K3rdUSREGCOK


12th US Infantry Regiment, Company A – Commanded by Capt. Neil MacMillan12thUSInfantryCoA


1st US Sharpshooter Regiment, Company H – Commanded by Capt. Chris Schnupp1stUSSharpshooterCoH


1st California Infantry Regiment, Company F


2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery, Company I2ndConnecticutHeavyArtilleryCoI


17th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company B17thCTCompanyB


14th Indiana Infantry Regiment, Company H – Commanded by Capt. Roger Burke


6th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Regiment


3rd Maryland Artillery (12pdr Mountain Howitzer) – Commanded by Cpl. Bill Ward

3rdMarylandArtillery

22nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company D “Everett Guard” – Commanded by Patrick Harrison


28th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company H – Commanded by Capt. Tom Higgins


54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company B


1st Minnesota Volunteers, Company A


1st Minnesota Regiment, Company D1stMinnesotaCoD


1st US Volunteers Regiment (Montana), Company H “The Galvanized Yankee” – Commanded by Capt. Thomas Huether


7th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company D – Commanded by Capt. Rick DePamphilis7thNJVolsCoD


12th New Jersey Infantry Regiment, Company K12thNJVolsCoK


27th New Jersey Regiment, Company F


Reynolds’ Battery L, 1st New York Light Artillery – Commanded by Capt. John Beatty


5th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company A “Duryee’s Zouaves”5thNYCompanyA


39th New York Infantry Regiment “Garibaldi Guards” – Commanded by Capt. Jack D’Amico39thNYGaribaldi


69th New York State Volunteer Regiment – Commanded by Capt. Ron McGovern69thNY


79th New York Highland Regiment “Cameron Rifle Highlanders” – Commanded by Lieut. Col. Jim Campbell79thNYCanonRifleHighlanders


99th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company D – Commanded by Capt. Lawrence McCauley99thNYCompanyD


119th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company H119thNYCoH


137th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment


150th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment “The Duchess County Regiment”


1st New Mexico Infantry Regiment, Company B


66th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company I – Commanded by Capt. Josh Wales66thohiocompanyi


1st Regiment Penna Reserve Volunteer Corps1stRegimentPAReserveVol


1st Pennsylvania Volunteer Rifles, Company B “The Bucktails” – Commanded by Capt. Kenneth Gulick


1st Pennsylvania Volunteer Rifles, Company G “The Bucktails” – Commanded by Capt. Charles Copello


26th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Company K (Mifflin Guard)


28th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Company C


45th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Company K – Commanded by Capt. Zachery Bleacher45thPennaVolunteerInfantryCoK


54th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company A – Commanded by Capt. Darren Gallaher54thPAinfantryCompanyA


71st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment71stPAInfantryRegiment


87th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment – Commanded by 1st Lieut. C. Mason87thPARegt


142nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company F – Commanded by Capt. K.S. MacGregor142ndPACompanyF


Thompson’s Independent Battery C, Pennsylvania Volunteer Light Artillery – Commanded by Capt. Gary HooverThompsonsBatteryC


1st Rhode Island Light Artillery, Battery B – Commanded by 1st Sgt Ray Pedro1stRIBatteryB


1st Rhode Island Light Artillery, Battery C – Commanded by Capt. Joseph Raposa1stRIBatteryC


2nd Rhode Island Volunteer Infantry


U.S. Cavalry School


2nd US Artillery, Battery M – Commanded by Capt Mark Milby


4th United States Artillery, Battery K – Commanded by Capt. Richard Gist4thUSArtilleryBatteryK


United States Naval Landing PartyUSNavalLanding


Signal Corps Assoc. Re-enactor’s Div

Confederate:

6th Florida Infantry Regiment, Company H “Union Rebels”6thFLInfantryCoH


2nd Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters, Company A / 64th Illinois, Yates Sharpshooters, Company A


National Civil War Association Confederate Brigade (12th Va Inf, Norfolk Light Arty Blues, James River Sqdn, 9th Va Cav, 15th Ala Regt Hosp.) – Commanded by Col Dennis Main


“Alasippi Rifles”, 25th Alabama in west central Alabama and the 15th Mississippi in east central MississippiAlasippiRifles


48th Alabama Infantry Regiment


11th Mississippi Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company A (The University Greys)11th Mississippi, Co A


2nd Texas Cavalry Regiment, Company A2ndTexasCavalryCoA


4th North Carolina Cavalry Regiment, Company B – Commanded by Capt. Sean Geiter


6th South Carolina Volunteers Regiment – Commanded by Capt. Gerald Goins6thSC


6th North Carolina State Troops, Company I6thNCCompanyI


10th North Carolina, Company C “Charlotte Artillery” Commanded by 1st Lieut. Ronnie Bryant10thNCCompanyC


24th North Carolina State Troops, Company B “Onslow Guards” – Commanded by Capt. Tom Anthony24thNCCoB


26th North Carolina State Troops, Company G – Commanded by Capt. Jeff Gore26thNCTroopsCoG


7th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, Company D – Commanded by Capt. Steve Feid7thTNCoD


14th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry, Company B – Capt. Bob Brewer14thTNCoB


13th Missouri Light Artillery Battery (CSA) – Commanded by First Sergt. Charles Brulle13thMissouriLightArtilleryBattery


1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia – Commanded by Lieutenant General James Longstreet (Bill Minnich)1stCorpsArmyofNV


2nd Corps Field Hospital, Army of Northern Virginia – Harry Sonntag2ndCorpsFieldHospital


1st Virginia Cavalry, Company H1stVACalvary


4th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company F – Commanded by Capt. Scott Sizemore


4th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company I – Commanded by Capt. John Minacapelli4thVACoI


7th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company A “Richardson Guards” – Commanded by Capt. Robert Yowell7thVAInfantry


7th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, Company A – Commanded by Major Gary Drake7thVaCavalryCoA


9th Virginia Cavalry Regiment – Commanded by John Braese9thVirginiaCavalry


10th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company B “The Rockingham Rifles” – Commanded by Capt. Scott Kelly10thVACoB


12th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company B “The Petersburg Grays”


12th Virginia Infantry Regiment, Company C “The Petersburg New Grays” – Commanded by Capt. Cecil Morris


15th Virginia, Company H. “Prince William Rangers – Commanded by Capt. Steven Carney15thVACoH


19th Virginia Infantry, Company B, “The Albemarle Rifles” – Commanded by Capt. Joey Frazier19thVaCoB


26th Virginia Infantry, Company A “River Rifles” – Commanded by Capt. Danny Brigance26thVaCoA


28th Virginia, Company D – Commanded by Capt. Mike Robinson


55th Virginia Volunteer Regiment, Company C – Commanded by 2nd Lt. William Preston (based out of Vermont)55thVa


1st Maryland Cavalry, Company A & E – Commanded by Capt. Padraic J. Fahey1stMarylandCavCoAE


1st Maryland Cavalry, Company E – Commanded by Lt. Col. Jim McGlincy


2nd Maryland Infantry CSA, Company A


2nd Maryland Infantry CSA, Company D – Commanded by Capt. Jake Duda
2nd Maryland, CO D

Civilian / Living History:

Signal Corps Assoc. Re-enactor’s Div


North-South Skirmish Association (N-SSA): The N-SSA promotes the shooting of Civil War firearms and artillery and encourages the preservation and display of Civil War materials.


Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War, Department of Michigan, March to the Sea Camp #135


4th Louisiana “Delta Rifles”4thLADeltaRifles