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Second Vermont Brigade
Benedict's "Vermont in the Civil War"
CHAPTER XXVI THE SECOND BRIGADE TWELFTH, THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH, FIFTEEN AND SIXTEEN REGIMENTS.
The Militia Called out-Organizations of the Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth and Sixteenth Regiments-Rendezvous at Brattleboro-Department for Washington-Organization of the Second Vermont Brigade-Ordered into Virginia-Camp Vermont-General Stoughton assumes command-Duty in the Defenses of Washington-Repulse of Stuart's Cavalry from Fairfax Court House-Winter Quarters at Fairfax Station and Wolf Run Shoals-Organization of Twenty-Second Army Corps-Capture of General Stoughton-Fifteenth and Sixteenth Regiments to move to Union Mills, and the Thirteenth of Occoquan-General Stannard assumes Command-Spring Campaign of 1863-Reopening and Guarding the Orange and Alexandria Railroad-Mosby Captures and Burns a Train-Opening Movements of the Gettysburg Campaign-Brigade joins the Army of the Potomac-Assigned to First Army Corps-March to Gettysburg-Battle of Gettysburg-Pursuit of Lee to the Potomac-Expiration of Term of Service-Departure for Home and Muster Out. (pages 397-495)