Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Grand Ecore” in chapter 137 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...thirty transports followed them.
Grand Ecore was occupied by our forces without opposition.
The works deserted.
Lieutenant Commander Phelps captured one thirty-two pounder on the river, below Grand Ecore , which he destroyed, making twenty-two guns captured from the enemy since we entered the river.
The army had arrived at Natchitoches, near Grand Ecore, when I got up here, and was preparing for a...
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