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Pettigrew's Brigade
Army CSA
Corps 3
Division 2
Brigade 1
Commander Brig. Gen. James J. Pettigrew
Location West Confederate Avenue, south of McMillan Woods
C. S. A.
11th 26th 47th 52nd North Carolina Infantry

July 1. Crossing Willoughby Run at 2 P. M. met the 1st Brigade 1st Division First Corps in Reynolds Woods and drove it back after a bloody struggle. Advancing to the summit of the ridge encountered and broke a second Union line and was then relieved by troops of Pender's Division.

July 2. Lay in woods west of the Run. In evening took position near here.

July 3. In Longstreet's assault the Brigade occupied the right center of the Division and the course of the charge brought it in front of the high stone wall north of the Angle and 80 yards farther east, it advanced very nearly to that wall. A few reached it but were captured. The skeleton regiments retired led by Lieutenants and the Brigade by a Major the only field officer left.

July 4. After night withdrew and began the march to Hagerstown.

Present on the first day about 2000 Killed 190 Wounded 915 Missing about 300 Total 1405

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