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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Recollections of the Elkhorn campaign. (search)
hrough Missouri down into Arkansas; that General McCulloch, commanding the Texans, was near him in nded mainly upon these commands of Price and McCulloch for success, Van Dorn at once set out for Boice's camp from that of the Texans under General McCulloch. McCulloch's little army was bivouackMcCulloch's little army was bivouacked several miles distant from the Missourians. We found the noted Texan ranger occupying a small fs. In person, in manner and in character, McCulloch presented a strong contrast with Price. He n Dorn to organize the corps of Price and of McCulloch into an army of about 16,000 men, and to mary back, and were pretty warmly engaged, when McCulloch sent to request that instead of closing up afifteen miles, and the enemy lay between! McCulloch's corps was much disorganized, and when it wnemy's rear with all the forces of Price and McCulloch, the disasters of the day would have been avere. The remarkable fatality which befell McCulloch and McIntosh was fairly attributable to the [8 more...]