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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.3 (search)
officials had escaped by flight in disguise and found safety in foreign lands. What future was reserved for the South, prostrate and helpless, wholly subject to the will of the victorious North, appeared to be beyond the scope of prophetic vision. A scattering of officers and soldiers. Many Texas officers, civil and military, went to Mexico, among them Governors Clark and Murrah, Generals Smith, Magruder, Walker, Hardeman and Bee, who were joined there by Generals Price, of Missouri; Hindman, of Arkansas, and Early of Virginia. General Joe Shelby, of Missouri, fulfilled his promise by leading a portion of his command into exile across the Rio Grande. Other officers of high rank, among whom were Generals Waul, DeBray and Majors, returned to their homes to endure whatever fate might be in reserve for them. The private soldiers and subaltern officers scattered throughout the State, and the ceremony of surrendering and being paroled was for the most part never performed. Few
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Autobiography of Gen. Patton Anderson, C. S. A. (search)
of New Orleans. Soon after the battle of Shiloh, Hindman was assigned to the command of Ruggle's division, bgust Withers was transferred to duty in Alabama and Hindman was assigned to the command of the division. Shorte McLemore's Cove expedition in September—for which Hindman, who commanded the whole expedition, has received moon after this, or rather while in McLemore's Cove, Hindman was taken sick and the command of the division agaile it was getting in position for next day's fight, Hindman resumed command and continued in command of the divthe division. Soon after reaching Missionary Ridge Hindman was placed in arrest by General Bragg and the commalming columns advanced. About the last of December Hindman was released from arrest and assumed command of the senior officer present, in command of Withers' and Hindman's divisions successively till February 9, 1864; was the 28th; was that night re-assigned to command of Hindman's old division, composed of the following brigades:
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The laying of the corner-stone of the monument to President Jefferson Davis, (search)
59. Gordon, General, James, 280. Gordon, General John B., 80. Granberry, Bishop John C., 365. Grant's Campaign in 1864, 139; his forces in, 177; censor, warned him to stop drinking, 154; on to Richmond, 81. Gravel Hill, Battle of, 337. Green, Colonel J. W., 166. Gurley House, Battle of, 102. Hampton Roads Conference, 33. Hampton, Strategy of General Wade, 278. Harrison, James P., 111 Hatcher's Run Battle of, 103. Helena, Ark., Attack on, July 4, 1863, 197. Hindman, General T C., placed under arrest, 69. Hobday, Captain, John, Gallantry of, 102; killed, 103. Holcombe Guards (Company I, 7th Virginia Infantry), Roll of the, 115. Hollins. Commodore George N., 88. Howitzers, The Richmond, at Harper's Ferry in 1859, 110 Howlett House, Battery at, 40. Hunton, General, Eppa, Brigade of, 83. Irby, Captain, Richard, 240. Ireland, Mission of Lieutenant J. L. Capston to, in 1863, 202. Jackson, General John K., 121. Jackson, General T. J.,