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Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 96 0 Browse Search
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march from one end of the State to the other in the midst of plenty and wholly unopposed. They urged that a department be established west of the river; that General Bragg or General Price be assigned there speedily; that supplies taken to Napoleon and Vicksburg be ordered back to Little Rock; that the telegraph lines destroyed bess, at any time, indicated to me a different opinion. [He then gave precedents for the declaration of martial aw in orders of Beauregard, Van Dorn, Hebert, Pike, Bragg, and by himself in Tennesses sustained by Gen. A. S. Johnston.] In the latter part of July alarming news was coming in from the Indian country. The Federal exivided his territory into districts, assigning Hindman to the district of Arkansas, including Arkansas, Missouri, and the Indian country west. On July 13th, General Bragg had relieved Gen. Monroe Parsons and the men under him, at Tupelo, Miss., from further service east of the Mississippi, and ordered them to report to General H
ater Capt. James Oliver; Company I, Capt. M. L. Hawkins. On the retreat of Generals Bragg and Beauregard from Corinth to Tupelo, Miss., the Second Arkansas again for latter part of July, 1862. Then the regiment was sent to Chattanooga with General Bragg, and from there on the Kentucky campaign. It was present when 4,500 Federales from Chattanooga, and remained there until about the 1st of September, when Bragg began maneuvering for the battle of Chickamauga. The regiment was engaged, acts, the brigade commanded by General Bowen, which was part of the rear guard in Bragg's retreat out to Cumberland gap. Assigned to Hardee's corps, the brigade march Lieutenant-Colonel Thompson. At Corinth, Colonel Fagan became offended by General Bragg's treatment, which he deemed harsh and unreasonable, and tendered his resigict of Arkansas, was reassigned to a division, and eventually to a corps, in the army east of the Mississippi, commanded successively by Bragg, Johnston and Hood.
6 and 7, 1862, was in four corps, under Polk, Bragg, Hardee and Breckinridge. The Arkansas commanrt's Tennessee brigade. The Second corps, General Bragg, contained the First Arkansas, Col. James orgetown, Mount Sterling and Frankfort. General Bragg, with his army of the Mississippi, was on at loss in killed and wounded. Then followed Bragg's memorable retreat out of Kentucky, covered bades. On the 29th, to protect his left flank, Bragg put McCown out in an extension of his line wes brigade. The campaign in co-operation with Bragg was opened by Armstrong's cavalry, including Sse all east Tennessee south of Knoxville. But Bragg hesitated to risk his communications with Georeral army called beef dried on the hoof. Had Bragg held on to Chattanooga when he fell back to fisent off, when he received a telegram from General Bragg: We are heavily engaged. Move up rapidly ssionary ridge, and while he was thus engaged, Bragg first learned that Sherman had crossed the riv[20 more...]
Thompson, Tulip, Ark., assistant surgeon Little Rock hospital. John A. Dow, Sturgeon, Mo., assistant surgeon Little Rock hospital. Rufus A. Watkins, St. Catherine, Mo., assistant surgeon Glenn's Arkansas infantry. John W. Jones, Quitman, Tex., assistant surgeon Little Rock hospital. Bennett H. Clark, Sturgeon, Mo., assistant surgeon Little Rock hospital. Thomas W. Abington, Natchitoches, La., assistant surgeon Little Rock hospital. Thomas J. Johnson, DeKalb, Tex., Little Rock hospital. Junius N. Bragg, Camden, Ark., Grinsted's Arkansas infantry. William H. Tobin, Clarksville, Ark., assistant surgeon Carroll's Arkansas infantry. David R. Cole, Pt. Sullivan, Tex., Johnson's Texas spy company. Wiley B. Green, Little Rock, Ark., Johnson's Arkansas infantry. John D. Collins, Eagle Creek, Ark., surgeon, Pine Bluff hospital. Thomas J. Dye, Madison, Ark., assistant surgeon McNeil's Arkansas infantry (deserted). Jacob Cooper, Barfield Point, Ark., assistant surgeon Little Rock hospital (dese
r of the army on the retreat from Corinth to Tupelo. After Bragg had moved into Tennessee, Cabell was transferred to an ArkaStates. After his exchange he was ordered to report to General Bragg in Tennessee, but was soon transferred to the Trans-Misal defeat, he made a heroic fight at Ringgold gap and saved Bragg's artillery and wagon train. In recognition of this gallan Arkansas troops formed a part of his force. On July 31st, Bragg and Kirby Smith met at Chattanooga and planned the Kentuckyd Van Dorn were left to confront Grant in north Mississippi Bragg took Churchill's division, consisting of the brigades of Mcs mentioned in terms of high praise by Cleburne, Hardee and Bragg. At Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge, Polk's brigade maintrne saved by his splendid fight the artillery and trains of Bragg's retreating army, Brigadier-General Polk was included withirby Smith in east Tennessee and Kentucky in 1862, and with Bragg until that officer retired from the command of the army of