who invests and captures the post of Arkansas
Gen. Grant assumes command
digging Fort Hindman, otherwise known as The Post of Arkansas, 50 miles from the Mississippi; where a settlen. T. H. Holmes [Little Rock], commanding in Arkansas, a telegraphic order to hold on till help arrlican has a letter from an eye-witness, dated Arkansas Post, January 12, who makes them 4,500--all or return from their triumphant incursion into Arkansas, accompanying them to Napoleon, where consultand alarm to the Rebels still holding most of Arkansas; threatening, as it did, the more important prg, ere which, Lt.-Gen. Holmes, commanding in Arkansas, had solicited
June 14, 1863. of Lt.-Gen. their Missourians; Holmes had evidently swept Arkansas to swell the brigades of Fagan, McRae, and Waed by the Missourians — the Rebel Governor of Arkansas, Harris Flanagan, and his Adjutant-General, Ce the ground with their bleeding bodies.
One Arkansas regiment, in attempting to force its way into
tures the 54th Illinois
Union State Convention in Arkansas
Rosecrans in command in Mibefore Jefferson City
Gen. Mower follows him from Arkansas
Rebels capture Glasgow
Price at Lexington
fight; while Gen. Steele, with the bulk (15,000) of his Arkansas force, was to move on Shreveport directly from Litorhood of troops from Texas (under Green) and from Arkansas; raising the aggregate Rebel force barring the roa Hill:
The gallant divisions from Missouri and Arkansas, unfortunately absent on the 8th instant, marched ne 5. at Sunnyside, in the south eastern corner of Arkansas, and attacked, near Columbia, a Rebel force estimats recovery, had been accepted by the Unionists of Arkansas as conclusive of the inability of the foe to regained him on the 14th.
Gen. Mower, by coming from Arkansas, following nearly in the track of the Rebel irrupts and their worn-out horses — and escaped into western Arkansas.
Gen. Curtis followed, but did not again ov
map of, 205-9; killed and wounded at, 210.
Arkansas, 26; Rebels concentrated in, 27; Sigel retreanists, 555; see Pea. Ridge, Prairie Grove.
Arkansas, Rebel ram, passes through Union fleet a Vicktack upon, 102; final destruction of, 104.
Arkansas, Post of, taken by McClernand, 293.
Antietam, Md., 205.
Arkansas Post, 292.
Atlanta, Ga., 637.
Averysboroan., at Pea Ridge, 28 to 31; attacks Shelby in Arkansas, and captures 200 prisoners, 554.
Carroll,1; his report of losses at, 31; advances into Arkansas, 24; at the Cache, 84; retires to Helena, 35; driven out of Batesville, 447; retreats into Arkansas, 448: defeated at Little Rock. 451; beaten ag33.
Cabin Creek. I. T., 449.
Cache River. Ark., 34.
Campbell's Station, 431.
Cane River, La.t, Col., wounded at Nashville.
post of Arkansas, taken by McClernand, 293.
post's brigade,vention in 1864, 658.
Unionists reorganize Arkansas, 555.
Vallandigham, Hon. C. L., ar