War of the Rebellion: Serial 021 Page 0293 Chapter XXVII. OPERATIONS IN WEST LOUISIANA.

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No. 14. - Col. Timothy Ingraham, Thirty-eighth Massachusetts Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of engagement at Fort Bisland.

No. 15. - Lieutenant Col. Justus w. Banchard, One hundred and sixty-second New York infantry, of expedition to Barre's Landing, etc.

No. 16. - Col. Halbert E. Paine, fourth Wisconsin Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of engagement at Fort Bisland.

No. 17. - Major A. Power Gallaway, One hundred and seventy-third New York Infantry, of expedition from Saint Martinville to Breaux Bridge and Opelousas.

No. 18. - Lieutenant Col. Sidney A. Bean, Fourth Wisconsin Infantry, of expeditions to Plaquemine and Bouce's Planation.

No. 19. - Col. Oliver P. Gooding, Thirty-first Massachusetts Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of engagement at Front Bisland.

No. 20. - Lieutenant Col. W. S. B. Hopkins, Thirty-first Massachusetts Infantry, of engagement at Fort Bisland.

No. 21. - Lieutenant Col. William L. Rodman, Thirty-eighth Massachusetts Infantry, of engagement at Fort Bisland.

No. 22. - Col. John W. Kimball, Fifty-third Massachusetts Infantry, of engagement at Fort Bisland.

No. 23. - Col. Michael K. Bryan, One hundred and seventy-fifth New York Infantry, of engagement at Front bisland.

No. 24. - Brigadier General Cuvier Grover, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division, of operations March 26-April 20.

No. 25. - Lieutenant Joseph L. Hallett, Thirty-first Massachusetts Infantry, Acting Signal Officer.

No. 26. - Lieutenant Thomas S. Hall, Twenty-first Maine Infantry, Acting Signal Officer.

No. 27. - Captain Ormand F. Nims, Second Battery Massachusetts Light Artillery, of operations March 28-April 19.

No. 28. - Captain Henry W. Closson, Battery L, First U. S. Artillery, of operations March 27-April 20.

No. 29. - Lieutenant John Il. Rodgers, Battery C, Second U. S. Artillery, of skirmish at Porter's Plantation and engagement at Irish Bend.

No. 30. - Brigadier General william Dwight, jr., U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations March 26-May 1.

No. 31. - Col. Richard E. Holcomb, First Louisiana Infantry (Union), of operations March 29-April 20.

No. 32. - Lieutenant Col. Michael Cassidy, Sixth New York Infantry, of operations March 26-April 20.

No. 33. - Col. Jacob Van Zandt, Ninety-first New York Infantry, of engagement at Irish Bend and action at Bayou Vermillion.

No. 34. - Col. Nicholas W. Day, One hundred and thirty-first New York Infantry, of operations March 26-April 20.

No. 35. - Col. William K. Kimball, Twelfth Maine Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operation March 27-April 20.

No. 36. - Col. Henry W. Birge [?], thirteenth Connecticut Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of engagement at Irish Bend.

No. 37. - Captain Robert T. Dunham, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. Army, of the capture of the steamer Ellen.

No. 38. - Lieutenant General E. Kirby Smith, C. S. Army, commanding Trans-Mississippi Department, of operations April 9-23.

No. 39. - Major General Richard Taylor, C. S. Army, commanding District of West Louisiana, of operations April 9-23.

No. 40. - Brigadier General Alfred Mouton, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations April 11-19.