Organization of Union Forces

First Expedidtion Against Fort Fisher
December 24-27, 1864

Department of Virginia and North Carolina
Maj. Gen. Benjamin F. Butler and Maj. Gen. Godfrey Weitzel, commanding

Fort Fisher Expeditionary Force

XXIV Army Corps
Second Division
Brig. Gen. Adelbert Ames

Union 24th Corps Headquarters Flag Flag of Second Division, Union 24th Corps

First Brigade
Bvt. Brig. Gen. N. Martin Curtis
3rd New York, Capt. George W. Warren
112th New York, Lt. Col. John W. Smith
117th New York, Col. Rufus Daggett
142nd New York, Col. Albert M. Barney

Second Brigade
Col. Galusha Pennypacker
47th New York, Capt. Joseph P. McDonald
48th New York, Lt. Col. William B. Coan
76th Pennsylvania, Col. John S. Littell
97th Pennsylvania, Lt. John Wainwright
203rd Pennsylvania, Col. John W. Moore

Third Brigade
Col. Louis Bell
13th Indiana, Capt. Samuel M. Zent
4th New Hampshire, Capt. John H. Roberts
115th New York, Maj. Ezra L. Walrath
169th New York, Col. Alonzo Alden

Artillery Brigade
Capt. Richard H. Lee
16th New York Independent Battery Light Artillery

XXV Army Corps
Third Division
Brig. Gen. Charles J. Paine

Union 25th Corps Headquarters Flag Flag of Third Division, Union 25th Corps

Second Brigade
Col. John W. Ames
4th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. George Rogers
6th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. Clark Royce
30th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. Hiram A. Oakman
39th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Ozora P. Stearns

Third Brigade
Col. Elias Wright
1st U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. Giles H. Rich
5th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Giles W. Shurtleff
10th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. Edward H. Powell
37th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Nathan Goff, Jr.
107th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. David M. Sells

Artillery Brigade
3rd U.S., Regular Army, Battery E
Lt. John Myrick

United States Navy

North Atlantic Blockading Squadron
Fort Fisher Task Force
Rear Adm. David D. Porter, commanding

Rear Admiral Insignia

Ship's Name / Number of Guns / Commanding Officer

Ships of Line No. 1
Canonicus (ironclad) / 2 / Lt. Cmdr. George Belknap
Huron / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Thomas O. Selfridge
Kansas / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. Pendleton G. Watmough
Mahopac (ironclad) / 2 / Lt. Cmdr. Edward Potter
Monadnock (ironclad) / 4 / Cmdr. Enoch G. Parrott
Neurus / 9 / Cmdr. John C. Howell
New Ironsides (ironclad) / 20 / Cmdr. William Radford
Nyack / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. L. Howard Newman
Pequot / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. Daniel L. Braine
Pontoosuc / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. William G. Temple
Saugus (ironclad) / 2 / Cmdr. Edmund R. Colhoun
Unadilla / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. Frank M. Ramsay

Ships of Line No. 2
Bigonia / 3 / Acting Vol. Lt. Warrington D. Roath
Brooklyn / 26 / Capt. James Alden
Colorado / 50 / Commo. Henry K. Thatcher
Fort Donelson / 1 / Capt. Charles W. Pickering
Juniata / 14 / Capt. William Rogers Taylor
Mackinaw / 10 / Cmdr. John C. Beaumont
Maumee / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. Ralph Chandler
Minnesota / 46 / Commo. Joseph Lanman
Mohican / 9 / Cmdr. Daniel Ammen
Pawtuxet / 10 / Cmdr. James H. Spotts
Powhatan / 24 / Commo. James F. Schenck
Seneca / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery Sicard
Shenandoah / 6 / Capt. Daniel B. Ridgley
Susquehanna / 18 / Commo. Sylvanus W. Godon
Ticonderoga / 14 / Capt. Charles Steedman
Tuscarora / 10 / Cmdr. James M. Frailey
Vanderbilt / 16 / Capt. Charles W. Pickering
Wabash / 44 / Capt. Melancton Smith
Yantic / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Thomas Harris

Ships of Line No. 3
Chippewa / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. Aaron Weaver
Fort Jackson / 11 / Capt. Benjamin F. Sands
Iosco / 10 / Cmdr. John Guest
Monticello / 6 / Acting Vol. Lt. Daniel A. Campbell
Osceola / 10 / Cmdr. J. M. B. Clitz
Quaker City / 7 / Cmdr. William F. Spicer
Rhode Island / 12 / Cmdr. Stephen D. Trenchard
Santiago de Cuba / 11 / Capt. Oliver S. Glisson
Sassacus / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. John L. Davis
Tacony / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. William T. Truxton

Ships of Reserve Line
A. D. Vance / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. John H. Upshur
Aires / 7 / Acting Vol. Lt. Francis S. Wells
Alabama / 10 / Acting Vol. Lt. Frank Smith
Anemone / 4 / Acting Ensign William C. Borden
Banshee / 3 / Acting Vol. Lt. W. H. Garfield
Britannia / 6 / Acting Vol. Lt. Samuel Huse
Cherokee / 6 / Acting Vol. Lt. William E. Dennison
Emma / 8 / Acting Vol. Lt. Thomas C. Dunn
Eolus / 4 / Acting Mstr. Edward S. Keyser
Gettysburg / 7 / Lt. R. H. Lamson
Gov. Buckingham / 6 / Acting Vol. Lt. J. MacDiarmid
Howquah / 5 / Acting Vol. Lt. John W. Balch
Keystone State / 6 / Cmdr. Henry Rolando
Lillian / 2 / Acting Vol. Lt. T. A. Harris
Little Ada / 2 / Acting Mstr. Samuel P. Crafts
Malvern / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. Benjamin H. Porter
Maratanza / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. George Young
Moccasin / 3 / Acting Ensign James Brown
Montgomery / 6 / Acting Vol. Lt. Edward H. Faucon
Nansemond / 3 / Acting Mstr. James H. Porter
R. R. Cuyler / 12 / Cmdr. Charles H. B. Caldwell
Tristram Shandy / 4 / Act. Vol. Lt. Edward F. Devens
Wilderness / 4 / Acting Mstr. Henry Arey

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Second Expedition Against Fort Fisher
January 13-15, 1865

Department of Virginia and North Carolina

Terry's Provisional Corps
Bvt. Maj. Gen. Alfred H. Terry, commanding

XXIV Army Corps
First Division

Union 24th Corps Headquarters Flag Flag of First Division, Union 24th Corps

Second Brigade
Col. Joseph C. Abbott
6th Connecticut, Col. Alfred P. Rockwell
7th Connecticut, Capt. John Thompson
Capt. William S. Marble
3rd New Hampshire, Capt. William H. Trickey
7th New Hampshire, Lt. Col. Augustus W. Rollins
16th New York Heavy Artillery Cos. A, B, C, F, G, K, Maj. Frederick W. Prince

Second Division
Brig. Gen. Adelbert Ames

Flag of Second Division, Union 24th Corps

First Brigade
Bvt. Brig. Gen. N. Martin Curtis (W)
Maj. Ezra L. Walrath
3rd New York, Capt. James H. Reeve (W)
Lt. Edwin A. Behan
112th New York, Col. John F. Smith
117th New York, Lt. Col. Francis X. Meyer
142nd New York, Lt. Col. Albert M. Barney

Second Brigade
Col. Galusha Pennypacker (W)
Maj. Oliver P. Harding
47th New York, Capt. Joseph M. McDonald
48th New York, Lt. Col. William B. Coan (W)
Maj. Nere A. Elfwing
76th Pennsylvania, Col. John S. Littell
97th Pennsylvania, Lt. John Wainwright
203rd Pennsylvania, Col. John W. Moore (K)
Lt. Col. Jonas W. Lyman, Maj. Oliver P. Harding,
Capt. Heber B. Essington

Third Brigade
Col. Louis Bell (K)
Col. Alonzo Alden
13th Indiana, Lt. Col. Samuel M. Zent
4th New Hampshire, Capt. John H. Roberts
115th New York, Lt. Col. Nathan J. Johnson
169th New York, Col. Alonzo Alden
Lt. Col. James A. Colvin

Artillery Brigade
Capt. Richard H. Lee
16th New York Independent Battery Light Artillery

XXV Army Corps
Third Division
Brig. Gen. Charles J. Paine

Union 25th Corps Headquarters Flag Flag of Third Division, Union 25th Corps

Second Brigade
Col. John W. Ames
4th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. George Rogers
6th U.S. Colored Troops, Maj. Augustus S. Boernstein
30th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. Hiram A. Oakman
39th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Ozora P. Stearns

Third Brigade
Col. Elias Wright
1st U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. Giles H. Rich
5th U.S. Colored Troops, Maj. William R. Brazie
10th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. Edward H. Powell
27th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Albert M. Blackman
37th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Nathan Goff, Jr.

Artillery Brigade
3rd U.S., Regular Army, Battery E
Lt. John Myrick

Artillery
Bvt. Brig. Gen. Henry L. Abbot
1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery Cos. B, G, L
Capt. William G. Pride

Engineers
15th New York Cos. A, I (or A, B, H)
Lt. K. Samuel O'Keefe

United States Navy

North Atlantic Blockading Squadron
Cape Fear Task Force
Rear Adm. David D. Porter, commanding

Rear Admiral Insignia

Ship's Name / Number of Guns / Commanding Officer

Ships of Line No. 1
Brooklyn / 26 / Capt. James Alden
Canonicus (ironclad) / 2 / Lt. Cmdr. George Belknap
Huron / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Thomas O. Selfridge
Kansas / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. Pendleton G. Watmough
Mahopac (ironclad) / 2 / Lt. Cmdr. Edward Potter
Maumee / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. Ralph Chandler
Mohican / 9 / Cmdr. Daniel Ammen
Monadnock (ironclad) / 4 / Cmdr. Enoch G. Parrott
New Ironsides (ironclad) / 20 / Cmdr. William Radford
Pawtuxet / 10 / Cmdr. James H. Spotts
Pequot / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Braine
Pontoosuc / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. William G. Temple
Saugus (ironclad) / 2 / Cmdr. Edmund R. Colhoun
Seneca / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery Sicard
Tacony / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. William T. Truxton
Unadilla / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. Frank M. Ramsay
Yantic / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Thomas C. Harris

Ships of Line No. 2
Colorado / 50 / Commo. Henry K. Thatcher
Juniata / 14 / Capt. William Rogers Taylor
Mackinaw / 10 / Cmdr. John C. Beaumont
Minnesota / 46 / Commo. Joseph Lanman
Powhatan / 24 / Commo. James F. Schenck
Shenandoah / 6 / Capt. Daniel B. Ridgley
Susquehanna / 18 / Commo. Sylvanus W. Godon
Ticonderoga / 14 / Capt. Charles Steedman
Tuscarora / 10 / Cmdr. James M. Frailey
Vanderbilt / 16 / Capt. Charles W. Pickering
Wabash / 44 / Capt. Melancton Smith

Ships of Line No. 3
Chippewa / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. Aaron Weaver
Fort Jackson / 11 / Capt. Benjamin F. Sands
Iosco / 10 / Cmdr. John Guest
Maratanza / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. George Young
Montgomery / 6 / Acting Vol. Lt. Thomas C. Dunn
Monticello / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. William B. Cushing
Osceola / 10 / Cmdr. J. M. B. Clitz
Quaker City / 7 / Cmdr. William F. Spicer
R. R. Cuyler / 12 / Cmdr. Charles H. B. Caldwell
Rhode Island / 12 / Cmdr. Stephen D. Trenchard
Santiago de Cuba / 11 / Capt. Oliver S. Glisson
Sassacus / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. John L. Davis

Ships of Reserve Line
A. D. Vance / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. John H. Upshur
Alabama / 10 / Acting Vol. Lt. Amos R. Langthorne
Aries / 7 / Acting Vol. Lt. Francis S. Wells
Britannia / 6 / Acting Vol. Lt. William B. Sheldon
Cherokee / 6 / Acting Vol. Lt. William E. Dennison
Emma / 8 / Acting Vol. Lt. James M. Williams
Eolus / 4 / Acting Mstr. Edward S. Keyser
Fort Donelson / 1 / Acting Mstr. George W. Frost
Gettysburg / 7 / Lt. R. H. Lamsom
Gov. Buckingham / 6 / Acting Vol. Lt. J. MacDiarmid
Launch No. 6 / 1 / Gunner Hubert Peters
Lillian / 2 / Acting Vol. Lt. T. A. Harris
Little Ada / 2 / Acting Mstr. Samuel P. Crafts
Malvern/ 12 / Lt. Cmdr. Benjamin H. Porter
Nansemond / 3 / Acting Mstr. James H. Porter
Republic / 1 / Acting Mstr. John W. Bennett
Tristram Shandy / 4 / Act. Vol. Lt. Edward F. Devens
Wilderness / 4 / Acting Mstr. Henry Arey

U. S. Army Transports
Atlantic, Blackstone, California, Champion, Charles Leary, Commodore DuPont, De Molay, Euterpe, General Lyon, Governor Chase, Idaho, L. C. Livingston, McClellan, Montauk, North Point, Prometheus, Russia, Thames, Thomas R. Scott, Tonawanda, Varuna, Weybossett

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The Advance on Wilmington
February 11-22, 1865

Department of Virginia and North Carolina

Wilmington Expeditionary Force
Maj. Gen. John M. Schofield, commanding

XXIII Army Corps
Second Division

Union 23rd Corps Headquarters Flag Flag of Second Division, Union 23rd Corps

Second Brigade
Col. Orlando Moore
107th Illinois, Maj. Thomas J. Milholland
80th Indiana, Lt. Col. Alfred D. Owen
26th Kentucky, (100 men from First Brigade)
23rd Michigan, Col. Oliver L. Spaulding
111th Ohio, Lt. Isaac R. Sherwood
118th Ohio, Lt. Col. Edgar Sowers

Third Division
Maj. Gen. Jacob D. Cox

Flag of Third Division, Union 23rd Corps

First Brigade
Col. Oscar W. Sterl
12th Kentucky, Lt. Col. Laurence Rousseau
16th Kentucky, Lt. Col. John S. White
100th Ohio, Capt. Frank Rundell
104th Ohio, Lt. Col. William J. Jordan
8th Tennessee, Capt. James W. Berry

Second Brigade
Col. John S. Casement
65th Illinois, Maj. George H. Kennedy
Lt. Col. William S. Stewart
65th Indiana, Lt. Col. John W. Hammond
103rd Ohio, Capt. Henry S. Pickands
177th Ohio, Col. Arthur T. Wilcox
5th Tennessee, Lt. Col. Nathaniel Witt

Third Brigade
Col. Thomas J. Henderson
112th Illinois, Lt. Col. Emery S. Bond
63rd Indiana, Lt. Col. Daniel Morris
140th Indiana, Col. Thomas J. Brady

Artillery
Battery D, 1st Ohio Light Artillery
Lt. Cecil C. Reed

Signal Corps (detachment)
Lt. E. H. Russell

Terry's Provisional Corps
Maj. Gen. Alfred H. Terry

XXIV Army Corps
First Division

Union 24th Corps Headquarters Flag Flag of First Division, Union 24th Corps

Second Brigade
Bvt. Brig. Gen. Joseph C. Abbott
6th Connecticut, Lt. Col. Daniel Klein
7th Connecticut, Lt. Col. Seager S. Atwell
3rd New Hampshire, Capt. William H. Trickey
Lt. Col. James F. Randlett
7th New Hampshire, Lt. Col. Augustus W. Rollins
16th New York Heavy Artillery
Cos. A, B, C, F, G, K, Lt. Freeman Huntington

Second Division
Brig. Gen. Adelbert Ames

Flag of Second Division, Union 24th Corps

First Brigade
Col. Rufus Daggett
3rd New York, Lt. George E. Avent
112th New York, Lt. Col. Ephraim A. Ludwick
117th New York, Capt. Edward Downer
142nd New York, Lt. Col. Albert M. Barney

Second Brigade
Lt. Col. James A. Colvin
47th New York, Capt. Joseph M. McDonald
Capt. Frank A. Butts
48th New York, Maj. Nere A. Elfwing (W)
Capt. Van Rensselaer Hilliard
76th Pennsylvania, Maj. Charles Knerr
97th Pennsylvania, Maj. William H. Martin
203rd Pennsylvania, Capt. Heber B. Essington
Lt. Col. Amos W. Bachman

Third Brigade
Col. Frank Granger
13th Indiana, Lt. Col. Samuel M. Zent
9th Maine, Lt. Col. Joseph Noble
4th New Hampshire, Capt. John H. Roberts
Lt. Col. Frank Parker
115th New York, Maj. Ezra Walrath
Lt. Col. Nathan J. Johnson
169th New York, Lt. Col. James A. Colvin
Capt. Edwin R. Smith

Artillery
1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery Cos. B, G, L
Capt. William Pride
16th New York Independent Battery Light Artillery
Capt. Richard H. Lee
2nd Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery Co. A
Capt. Benjamin F. Everett

Engineers
15th New York Engineers Cos. A, I
Lt. Keefe S. O'Keefe

XXV Army Corps
Third Division
Brig. Gen. Charles J. Paine

Union 25th Corps Headquarters Flag Flag of Third Division, Union 25th Corps

Second Brigade
Col. John W. Ames
4th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. George Rogers
6th U.S. Colored Troops, Maj. Augustus S. Boernstein
30th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Colonel Hiram Oakman
39th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Ozora P. Stearns

Third Brigade
Col. Elias Wright
1st U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. Giles H. Rich
5th U.S. Colored Troops, Maj. William R. Brazie
10th U.S. Colored Troops, Lt. Col. Edward Powell
27th U.S. Colored Troops, Bvt. Brig. Gen. Albert Blackman Lt. Col. John Donnellan
37th U.S. Colored Troops, Col. Nathan Goff, Jr.

Artillery
3rd U.S., Regular Army, Battery E
Lt. John Myrick

United States Navy

Disposition of Navy Vessels
Near Wilmington, North Carolina

February 1, 1865
Rear Adm. David D. Porter, commanding

Rear Admiral Insignia

Ship's Name / Number of Guns / Commanding Officer

Cape Fear River
Berberry / 4 / Acting Ensign Robert W. Rowntree
Chippewa / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. Aaron Weaver
Eolus / 4 / Acting Mstr. Edward S. Keyser
Gettysburg / 7 / Acting Mstr. Charles B. Dahlgren
Huron / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Thomas O. Selfridge
Iosco / 10 / Cmdr. John Guest
Kansas / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. Pendleton G. Watmough
Launch No. 6 / 1 / Gunner Hubert Peters
Lenapee / 10 / Lt. Cmdr. Samuel Magaw
Little Ada / 2 / Acting Mstr. Samuel P. Crafts
Mackinaw / 10 / Cmdr. John C. Beaumont
Malvern / 12 / Ensign William C. Wise
Maumee / 3 / Lt. Cmdr. Ralph Chandler
Moccasin / 3 / Acting Ensign James Brown
Montauk (ironclad) / 2 / Lt. Cmdr. Edward Stone
Nansemond / 3 / Acting Mstr. James H. Porter
Nyack / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. L. Howard Newman
Osceola / 10 / Cmdr. J. M. B. Clitz
Pawtuxet / 10 / Cmdr. James H. Spotts
Pequot / 3 / Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Braine
Pontoosuc / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. William Temple
Republic / 1 / Acting Ensign John W. Bennett
Sassacus / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. John L. Davis
Seneca / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery Sicard
Shawmut / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. John G. Walker
Tacony / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. William T. Truxton
Unadilla / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. Frank M. Ramsay
Wilderness / 4 / Acting Mstr. Henry Arey
Yantic / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Thomas C. Harris

New Inlet/Fort Fisher
Aries / 7 / Acting Vol. Lt. James M. Williams
Emma / 8 / Acting Mstr. James Hamilton
Fahkee / 5 / Acting Mstr. Francis R. Webb
Fort Donelson / 1 / Acting Mstr. George W. Frost
Gov. Buckingham / 6 Acting Vol. Lt. J. MacDiarmid
Howquah / 5 / Acting Vol. Lt. John W. Balch
Keystone State / 6 / Cmdr. Henry Rolando
Montgomery / 6 / Acting Vol. Lt. Thomas C. Dunn
Vicksburg / 6 / Lt. William U. Grozier

Old Inlet / Smithville
Bat / 3 / Lt. Cmdr. John S. Barnes
Maratanza / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. George Young
Monticello / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. William B. Cushing
R. R. Cuyler / 12 / Cmdr. Charles H. B. Caldwell

Disposition of Navy Vessels Near Wilmington, North Carolina
February 15, 1865
Rear Adm. David D. Porter, commanding

Ship's Name / Number of Guns / Commanding Officer

Cape Fear River
Bat / 3 / Lt. Cmdr. John S. Barnes
Berberry / 4 / Acting Ensign Robert W. Rowntree
Chippewa / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. Aaron Weaver
Emma / 8 / Acting Mstr. James Hamilton
Eolus / 4 / Acting Mstr. Edward S. Keyser
Huron / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Thomas O. Selfridge
Kansas / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. Pendleton G. Watmough
Launch No. 1 / 1
Launch No. 6 / 1 / Acting Ensign C. S. Willcox
Lenapee / 10 / Lt. Cmdr. John S. Barnes
Little Ada / 2 / Acting Mstr. Samuel P. Crafts
Mackinaw / 10 / Cmdr. John C. Beaumont
Malvern / 12 / Ensign William C. Wise
Maratanza / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. George Young
Maumee / 3 / Lt. Cmdr. Ralph Chandler
Moccasin / 3 / Acting Ensign James Brown
Montauk (ironclad) / 2 / Lt. Cmdr. Edward Stone
Nansemond / 3 / Acting Mstr. James H. Porter
Nyack / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. L. Howard Newman
Osceola / 10 / Cmdr. J. B. M. Clitz
Pawtuxet / 10 / Cmdr. James H. Spotts
Pequot / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. Daniel Braine
Pontoosuc / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. William G. Temple
Republic / 1 / Acting Ensign John W. Bennett
Sassacus / 12 / Lt. Cmdr. John L. Davis
Seneca / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery Sicard
Shawmut / 8 / Lt. Cmdr. John G. Walker
Unadilla / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. Frank M. Ramsay
Wilderness / 4 / Acting Mstr Henry Arey
Yantic / 5 / Lt. Cmdr. Thomas C. Harris

New Inlet / Fort Fisher
Aries / 7 / Acting Vol. Lt. James M. Williams
Howquah / 5 / Acting Vol. Lt. John W. Balch
Keystone State / 6 / Cmdr. Henry Rolando
Montgomery / 6 / Acting Vol. Lt. Thomas C. Dunn
Monticello / 6 / Lt. Cmdr. William B. Cushing
R. R. Cuyler / 12 / Cmdr. Charles H. B. Caldwell
Vicksburg / 6 / Acting Mstr. William Grozier

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Sources

Fonvielle, Chris E. Last Rays of Departing Hope: The Wilmington Campaign. Campbell, Cal.: Savas, 1997. (Available in paperback from Stackpole Books of Pennsylvania).

Moore, Mark A. The Wilmington Campaign and the Battles for Fort Fisher. Da Capo Press, 1999.


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