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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.1 (search)
Story of the Confederate armored ram Arkansas. From the Sunday news, Charleston, S. C., Nov. 12, 1905. Her achievements Unmatched in Naval warfare. By Rev. John Johnson D. D., ( Major of Engineers C. S. Army.) The recent appearance of Volume 19, Series I, of The Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies, has given fresh impulse to the study of the short but brilliant career of the Confederate armored ram, Arkansas. The scene of her engagements was on the Yazoo and Mississippi rivers, near and at Vicksburg, and in the vicinity of Baton Rouge. The heroic fighting of four distinct actions within a week, viz: from the 15th to the 22nd of July, 1862, inclusive, by this single vessel, against the heaviest odds recorded in naval history, places her name in the same class as that occupied by the Virginia (Merrimac) in Hampton Roads, March, 1862, and by the Tennessee in Mobile Bay, August, 1864. But it is no disparagement of the gallant fighting on board of those last
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
, died in Texas; W. H. Bilbro, discharged; David Clopton, promoted Quarter Master, elected to Confederate Congress, died while Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama; W. F. Chesson, Serg. W. M. Carr, wounded and retired; J. W. Fannin, promoted Captain of 61st Alabama; Corp. R. R. Grimmett, obtained substitute; T. S. Crawford, M. Moore, F. A. Manning, W. P. Zachry, H. R. Thorpe, promoted Surgeon; T. M. Kimbrough, W. F. Moore, in Texas; E. A. Ligon, promoted Surgeon; Corporal A. Wilkerson, J. Johnson, in 1861, W. R. Tompkins, J. R. Scroggins, N. R. Simmons, died December 9, 1904. S. H. Slaton, B. F. Smith, Sergeant A. P. Reid, in Texas. D. Oswalt, N. Richardson, died in 1904, 97 years of age; Dr. G. W. McElhany, T. N. Kesterson, J. Patterson. Rev. E. J. Rogers, right leg shot off at Gettysburg. B. F. Ingram, in Texas, 1903. Corporal Henderson, died in 1868, editor Tuskegee News. J. H. Upshaw. B. F. Ward, arm shot off at Chancellorsville. A. G. Howard, promoted Ordnance