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Second 26 122 47 195 42d New York Sedgwick's Second 35 127 19 181 130th Pennsylvania French's Second 32 146 -- 178 Iuka, Miss.             Sept. 19, 1862.             5th Iowa Hamilton's ---------- 37 179 1 217 48th Indiana Hamilton's ---------- 37 56 7 100 26th Missouri Hamilton's ---------- 21 75 1 97 11th Missouri Stanley's ---------- 7 66 3 76 Shepherdstown, Va.             Sept. 20, 1862             118th Pennsylvania Morell's Fifth 63 101 105 269 Newtonia, Mo.             Sept. 30, 1862.             9th Wisconsin Salomon's ---------- 25 51 116 192 Corinth, Miss.             Oct. 3, 4, 1862.             63d Ohio Stanley's ---------- 24 105 3 132 9th Illinois Davies's ---------- 11 82 55 148 7th Iowa Davies's ---------- 21 87 14 122 47th Illinois Stanley's ---------- 19 79 10 108 12th Illinois Davies's ---------- 15 79 15 109 14th Wisconsin McKean's ---------- 27 50 21 98
reason, the 13th Missouri became the 22d Ohio. Kansas.--In addition to the regiments mentioned in the above list, Kansas organized three others, which were composed of Indians, and were designated the Kansas Indian Home-Guard. These regiments were organized during the spring and summer of 1862, and served until the war had ended. They fought in the numerous battles in the Indian Territory, and were also engaged in some of the battles in Arkansas and Missouri,--at Prairie Grove, and at Newtonia. These regiments were recruited mostly from the Creeks and Cherokees. The 1st Kansas lost at Wilson's Creek 77 killed, 187 wounded, Including the mortally wounded. and 20 missing; total, 284. The principal losses of the 8th Kansas were: At Chickamauga, 30 killed, 165 wounded, Including the mortally wounded. and 25 missing; at Missionary Ridge, 3 killed and 24 wounded; Including the mortally wounded. and at Nashville, 8 killed and 32 wounded. Including the mortally wounded