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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) 13 1 Browse Search
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enemy, General Price threw forward Hawthorn's brigade in support of Tappan and drove the enemy, but the latter, being reinforced and making de his ground, and sent to General Churchill for reinforcements. General Tappan offered to go forward, while Colonel Burns formed his regiment aged the enemy, who soon yielded possession of the field. When General Tappan entered into the first charge against the enemy's position and y, Ark., April 30, 1864, shows the following: Churchill's division: Tappan's brigade—Hardy's regiment, 8 killed, 18 wounded; Thirty-third Arkaoss of a leg. Mention was made by General Churchill of Brigadier-Generals Tappan and Hawthorn, and Colonel Gause, commanding brigades; andry of subsistence, and Capt. C. E. Kidder, ordnance officer. General Tappan mentioned Col. R. G. Shaver and Lieut-Cols. W. R. Hardy and T. D. Thomson; his staff, Capts. Amos Tappan and J. J. Homer, and Lieuts. W. P. McCabe and C. E. Mitchell; and his volunteer aides, W. F. Sale