ARMY OF THE POTOMAC FIFTH CORPS SECOND DIVISION SECOND BRIGADE SEVENTH U. S. INFANTRY Four companies Captain David R. Hancock Commanding
July 2. Arrived in the morning and took position with the Brigade on the right of the Twelfth Corps. Later moved with the Brigade to the left and at 5 P. M. formed line on the right of Little Round Top advanced across Plum Run and to the crest of the rocky wooded hill in front near the Wheatfield and facing to the left occupied the stone wall on the edge of the woods. The Confederates having opened fire on the right flank and advanced through the Wheatfield in the rear the Brigade was withdrawn under a deadly fire of musketry on both flanks and on the rear and of shot and shell from the batteries and formed in line on the right of Little Round Top.
July 3. Remained in same position.
July 4. Advanced nearly a mile in support of a skirmish line of the Twelfth and Fourteenth Infantry.
Casualties Killed 1 Officer and 11 Men Wounded 3 Officers and 42 Men
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