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Dragoons and a howitzer. Except for frequent sniping at his camp, this move stifled a secessionist uprising and prevented secessionist political demonstrations during the September California gubernatorial elections in San Bernardino County. By quick action at the Battle of Gaines Mill in Junethe Regulars saved Wood's and Tidball's artillery batteries from capture by Confederate infantry.
They advanced towards the Confederate-held town of Sharpsburg, Maryland, late in the afternoon of 17 Septemberbefore being recalled to their lines. After seeing limited action at the Battle of Fredericksburg in Decemberthe regiment went into winter camp and saw no further combat for months. It formed part of Joseph Hooker's rear guard at Chancellorsville.
Throughout the Gettysburg Campaign, the regiment served in the Regular Division under its newly promoted commander, Romeyn B. During the Battle of Gettysburg, it was part of the fighting on the Second Day, helping push back Confederate infantry near Devil's Den and the Wheatfield.
Heavily depleted by battle casualties, the much-reduced regiment nevertheless continued to participate in the major campaigns of the Army of the Potomac, by under the command of Ulysses S.
Grant during the Overland Campaign. By the time the regiment manned the breastworks around Petersburg, a lieutenant, George Randall, was in command as the senior officer still present for duty.
The greatly reduced regiment was present at Appomattox Courthouse for Robert E. Grant, then commanding the armies of the Union, never forgot the 4th Infantry, with which he had served as a lieutenant in Mexico and on the frontier. As recognition of its valor during the Civil War, he designated it as the guard unit during the formal surrender ceremony.
Survivors of the 4th U. Infantry marched in the grand review of troops in Washington D. The 4th United States Regulars is a casual War of Rights Company centered around interaction between members and the unique atmosphere that comes from our casual, fun oriented approach towards the game.
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