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Military operations in Louisiana in 1862. for an account of the naval operations, see p. 551. by Richard B. Irwin, Lieutenant-Colonel, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. V. On the 1st of May General Butler took possession of New Orleans, and
d E. Holcomb, a nd 2d Louisiana, Colonel Charles J. Paine, well commanded and well officered; three excellent troops of Louisiana cavalry under fine leaders, Captains H. F. Williamson, Richard Barrett, and J. F. Godfrey; and three colored regiments ylor appears to have had that object committed to his special care when he was assigned (August 20th) to command in western Louisiana, and it seems likely that the troops of Van Dorn's department, as well as those at Mobile, were expected to take pa taken 208 prisoners and 1 gun; his loss was 18 killed, 74 wounded, and 5 missing,--total, 97.
So ended operations in Louisiana for this year.
Taylor continued to occupy the Teche country, and Weitzel the La Fourche, until the spring of 1863.