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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book III:—the Third winter. (search)
rossing of the Arkansas, his adversary might march directly upon the town of Arkadelphia, where there were important depots and a park of more than six hundred wagonnk, to stop, or at least retard, their march and give his army time to reach Arkadelphia before them. Fagan's and Tappan's brigades of infantry followed the cavalryn order to give Price time to evacuate Little Rock, forward his trains on to Arkadelphia, and destroy all the materiel which he cannot take away. And so they cannon the enemy in front of him, marched by winding roads and joined his chief at Arkadelphia. Steele could not follow them so far with all his army. On the morning o having ascertained that Price's army, concentrated at a few points, such as Arkadelphia and Princeton, had completely abandoned the rest of the country. The Federaof Pine Bluff. This general stationed his division at some distance east of Arkadelphia, and in the latter part of October proceeded by a rapid march toward Pine Bl
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 4. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Book IV:—the war in the South-West. (search)
d, Halleck has pushed Steele forward beyond Arkadelphia, luring him with the vain hope that he wouload direct from that city to Shreveport via Arkadelphia, Washington, and Louisville. His army had the way, he decided to cross this river at Arkadelphia, and to march directly to Shreveport, the ort Smith to join him. The rendezvous was at Arkadelphia, on the banks of the Washita. Lower down trossed the Washita on the 27th, and reached Arkadelphia the next day. Thayer, retarded by the absenouth of Washington, on the direct road from Arkadelphia to Shreveport. His cavalry, divided betwee was near Camden, the other above and below Arkadelphia. The latter had pushed his outposts to wited at Rockport the road from Little Rock to Arkadelphia. It was much behind time, and could not jourpose of seeking it in the neighborhood of Arkadelphia. He had thus missed the opportunity of hol to make worse the blunder which led him to Arkadelphia, has returned to Jenkins' Ferry on learning[1 more...]