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Fort Barrancas, Fla.

25th U. S. Colored Troops (four companies), Lieutenant Colonel Frederick L. Hitchcock.

Camp Barrancas, Fla.

19th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel John Bruce.

7th Vermont (detachment non-veterans), Captain Jackson V. Parker.

14th New York Cavalry, Company M, Captain Adolph Schmidt.

Fort Pickens, Fla.

25th U. S. Colored Troops (four companies), Major James W. H. Reisinger.

U. S. FORCES, MOBILE BAY, ALA.

Colonel HENRY BERTRAM.

Mobile Point, Ala.

Colonel HENRY BERTRAM.

94th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel Rankin G. Laughlin.

96th U. S. Colored Troops, Captain Henry L. Wheeler.

20th Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Henry A. Starr.

1st Michigan Light Artillery, Battery G, Lieutenant Edwin E. Lewis.

6th Michigan Heavy Artillery (six companies), Captain Henry Stark.

Dauphin Island, Ala.

Colonel GEORGE D. ROBINSON.

97th U. S. Colored Troops, Captain Michael McDonough.

3rd Maryland Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel Byron Kirby.

6th Michigan Heavy Artillery (four companies), Captain Seymour Howell.

DISTRICT OF KEY WEST AND TORTUGAS.

Brigadier General JOHN NEWTON.

110th New York, Major Henry C. Devendorf.

2nd U. S. Colored Troops, Lieutenant Colonel John Wilder.

2nd Florida Cavalry, Captain Henry A. Crane.

BRAZOS SANTIAGO, TEX.

Colonel HENRY M. DAY.

91st Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel Harry S. Smith.

62nd U. S. Colored Troops, Lieutenant Colonel David Bransom.

81st U. S. Colored Troops (new), Major George H. Tobey.

NEW ORLEANS, LA.

31st Massachusetts (mounted), Lieutenant Colonel Edward P. Nettleton.

2nd Texas Cavalry (one company), Lieutenant Alexander Roberts.

2nd Battalion U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps (five companies), Captain William W. H. Lawton.

1st Indiana Heavy Artillery (six companies), Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin F. Hays.

U. S. Pontoniers (one companies), Lieutenant Archelus M. Conrad.

Kentucky Engineers and Mechanics (one company), Captain William F. Patterson.

Signal Corps (detachment), Captain James B. Ludwick.