6 MISSISSIPPI, WEST TENNESSEE, ETC. [Cum. %XXVI.
MAY 16, 1863.—Battle of Champion's Hill, or Baker's Creek, Miss.
No. 1.—Return of Casualties in the Union forces.
No. 2.—Brig. Gen. P. Joseph Osterhaus, commanding Ninth Division, Thirteenth
Army Corps, including operations May 2-23.
No. 3.—Col. James Keigwin, Forty-ninth Indiana Infantry, First Brigade, includ-
ing engagement at Big Black River Bridge.
No. 4.—Lieut. Col. John Lucas, Seventh Kentucky Infantry, including engagement
at Big Black River. Bridge.
No. 5.—Col. Daniel W. Lindsey, Twenty-second Kentucky Infantry, commanding
Second Brigade, including operations to May 23.
No. ,6.—Capt. John L. Campbell, Third Illinois Cavalry.
No. 7.—Lieut. Charles B. Kimball, First Wisconsin Battery, including engagement
at Big Black River Bridge.
No. 8.—Brig. Gen. Stephen G. Burbridge, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade,
Tenth Division, including operations.April 13-May 24.
No. 9.—Col. Frederick W. Moore, Eighty-third Ohio Infantry, including operations
April 14-May 22.
No. 10.—Col. Joshua J. Guppey, Twenty-third Wisconsin Infantry, including opera-
tions to May 22.
No. 11.—Col. Friend S. Rutherford, Ninety-seventh Illinois Infantry, Second Brigade.
No. 12.—Brig. Gen. Alvin P. Hovey, U. S. Army, commanding Twelfth Division, in-
cluding operations May 2-20.
No. 13.—Brig. Gen. George F. McGinnis, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade.
No. 14.—Col. William T. Spicely, Twenty-fourth Indiana Infantry.
No. 15.—Col. James R. Slack, Forty-seventh Indiana Infantry, commanding Second
No. 16.—Lieut. Col. John A. McLaughlin, Forty-seventh Indiana Infantry.
No. 17.—Lieut. Joseph G. Strong, adjutant Twenty-eighth Iowa Infantry.
No. 18.—Brig. Gen. Isaac F. Quinby, U. S. Army, commanding Seventh Division,
Seventeenth Army Corps, including operations April 20-May 20.
No. 19.—Lieut. Col. John E. Tourtellotte, Fourth Minnesota Infantry, First Brigade,
including operations April 23-May 22.
No. 20.—Col. David B. Hillis, Seventeenth Iowa Infantry, Second Brigade.
No. 21.—Col. Holden Putnam, Ninety-third Illinois Infantry, commanding Third
Brigade, including operations May 9-22.
No. 22.—Maj. Samuel-H. Lockett, C. S. Engineer Corps, Chief Engineer Department
of Mississippi and East Louisiana, including operations April 30-May 17.
No. 23.—Maj. Gen. William W. Loring, C. S. Army, commanding division.
No. 24.—Col. A. E. Reynolds, Twenty-sixth Mississippi Infantry, commanding First
No. 25.—Brig. Gen. Abram Buford, C. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade.
No. 26,—Col. Edward Goodwin, Thirty-fifth Alabama Infantry.
No. 27.—Col. Thomas M. Scott, Twelfth Louisiana Infantry.
No. 28.—Brig. Gen. Winfield S. Featherston, C. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade.
No. 29.—Maj. Gen. Carter L. Stevenson, C. S. Army, commanding
* See also general reports of Grant, McClernand, and Pemberton ; battle of Port
Gibson, reports of Buehler, Logan, and McPherson ; engagement at Raymond, reports
of Campbell, Crocker, Davis, Sanborn, John E. Smith, and John D. Stevenson; engage-
ment at Jackson, reports of Alexander, Bouck, Deimling, Hillis, and Holmes (Part I.)
Engagement at Big Black River Bridge, report of Lawler ; and siege of Vicksburg,
reports of Blair, Fisher, Fonda, Lucas, Sampson, and T. K. Smith.