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Chapter IV Halleck relieves Fremont of the command in Missouri a special State militia brigadier General of the Missouri militia a hostile Committee sent to Washington the Missouri quarrel of 1862 in command of the army of the Frontier absent through illness battle of Prairie Grove compelled to be Inactive tra
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a Hibernian Striker.
on November 19, 1861, Major-General H. W. Halleck relieved Major-General Fremont of the command of the Department of the Mississippi.
On November 21 I was appointed brigadier-general of volunteers, and reported to General Halleck for d any matters less purely military which entered largely into the history of that time deserve more than a passing notice.
During the short administration of General Fremont in Missouri, the Union party had split into two factions, radical and conservative, hardly less bitter in their hostility to each other than to the party of s