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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) 17 1 Browse Search
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ositions in the Confederate army. The other, Dr. Powhatan Cabell, died from the effect of an arrow wound receiFlorida just before the Confederate war began. General Cabell was graduated at the military academy at West Pah expedition. When the war became inevitable, Captain Cabell repaired to Fort Smith, Ark., and from there we After Gen. Joseph E. Johnston assumed command, Major Cabell served on his staff until January 15, 1862, when Texas troops, and his own command, devolved on General Cabell, and was performed within a single week from poceeded, after reaching Memphis, to Corinth, and General Cabell was assigned to a Texas brigade with an Arkansah to Tupelo. After Bragg had moved into Tennessee, Cabell was transferred to an Arkansas brigade, which he coavery of Shelby, the élan and chivalrous bearing of Cabell, inspiring all who looked upon him, or the persevern, near Boston, and held until August 28, 1865. General Cabell is now a resident of Dallas, Tex., and holds th