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Jan. 1: Bombardment of Forts Barrancas and McRae, Pensacola Harbor

NEW YORK--6th and 75th Infantry. UNITED STATES--Batteries "A," "F" and "L," 1st Arty.; "C," "H" and "K," 2d Arty.; 3d Infantry (Cos. "C," "E").

March 5: Occupation Fernandina

MAINE--9th Infantry. NEW HAMPSHIRE--4th Infantry. PENNSYLVANIA--97th Infantry. UNITED STATES--Battery "E," 3d Arty.

March 12: Occupation Jacksonville

NEW HAMPSHIRE--4th Infantry.

March 23: Affair Smyrna

U. S. Gunboats "Penguin" and "Henry Andrew."

March 27-31: Reconn. on Santa Rosa Island

NEW YORK--6th Infantry. UNITED STATES--Battery "L," 1st Arty.

April 7: Affair Saint Andrews Bay

U. S. Navy.

April 9: Evacuation of Jacksonville

NEW HAMPSHIRE--4th Infantry.

April 10: Skirmish near Fernandina

MAINE--9th Infantry (Detachment Co. "I").

May 9-12: Evacuation of Pensacola

By Confederate forces, and occupation by Union forces.

May 20: Affair, Crooked River

Detachment from U. S. Fleet.

June 15: Descent on Saint Marks

U. S. Navy.

June 25: Skirmish near Pensacola

(No Details.)

Aug. 7-10: Reconn. from Pensacola to Bagdad and Milton

NEW YORK--6th Infantry (Cos. "A," "B").

Sept. 11: Engagement, Saint John's Bluff

U. S. Gunboats.

Sept. 17: Engagement, Saint John's Bluff

U. S. Gunboats.

Oct. 1-2: Engagements, Saint John's Bluff

U. S. Gunboats.

Oct. 2: Skirmishes, Mayport Mills and near St. John's Bluff

CONNECTICUT--7th Infantry. PENNSYLVANIA--47th Infantry. U. S. Gunboats.

Oct. 3: Capture of Saint John's Bluff

U. S. Gunboats.

Oct. 5: Reconn. to Jacksonville

CONNECTICUT--1st Battery Light Arty.; 7th Infantry. MASSACHUSETTS--1st Cavalry (Detachment).

Oct. 6-9: Exp. to Beresford Lake

PENNSYLVANIA--47th Infantry (Detachment).

Oct. 15: Action, Appalachicola River

Naval Expedition.

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