ARMY OF THE POTOMAC SIXTH CORPS SECOND DIVISION SECOND BRIGADE Col. Lewis A. Grant 2D 3D 4th 5th 6th Vermont Infantry
July 2. Arrived about 5 P. M. after a march of 33 miles from Manchester Md. Moved to the left and at dark to the extreme left with one Regiment the 5th Vermont on picket.
July 3. The Brigade advanced a short distance and took position with its right on east slope of Round Top its left on the Taneytown Road and remained until the close of the battle under no fire except that from artillery.
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