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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 5 1 Browse Search
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ments of General Ullmarc's brigade, which had been raised during the campaign, also shared the labors of the siege and the honors of the final victory. Colonel B. F. Grierson, commanding the Sixth and Seventh regiments of Illinois cavalry, arrived at Baton Rouge, in April, from La Grange, Tennessee, and joined us with his forcews: Paroled men at Port Hudson, exclusive of the sick and wounded, five thousand nine hundred and fifty-three; officers, four hundred and fifty-five; captured by Grierson at Jackson, one hundred and fifty; First and Fifteenth Arkansas, captured May twenty-seventh, one hundred and one; on board steamers in Thompson's Creek, twenty-means of its release were freely discussed among officers of the army. During the campaign at Port Hudson, the steamers Starlight and Red Chief were captured by Grierson's Illinois cavalry under command of Colonel Prince, in Thompson's Creek. The bed of the creek was nearly dry, and the steamers were sunk several feet in the san