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Camp Wood (Texas, United States) (search for this): state Texas, year 1861
der of U. S. Posts in TexasBy Gen. Twiggs. Feb. 21: Destruction of U. S. property at Brazos Santiago  Feb. 21: Abandonment of Camp CooperBy U. S. Troops. Feb. 26: Abandonment of Camp ColoradoBy U. S. Troops. March 6: Surrender of Fort Brown  March 7: Abandonment of Ringgold BarracksBy U. S. Troops. March 7: Abandonment of Camp VerdeBy U. S. Troops. March 9: Abandonment of Fort LancasterBy U. S. Troops. March 12: Abandonment of Fort McIntoshBy U. S. Troops. March 15: Abandonment of Camp WoodBy U. S. Troops. March 17: Abandonment of Camp HudsonBy U. S. Troops. March 19: Abandonment of Forks Clarke and IngeBy U. S. Troops. March 20: Abandonment of Forts Brown and DuncanBy U. S. Troops. March 28: Abadonment of Fort ChadbourneBy U. S. Troops. March 29: Abandonment of Fort MasonBy U. S. Troops. March 31: Abandonment of Fort BlissBy U. S. Troops. April --: Abandonment of Fort StocktonBy U. S. Troops. April 5: Abandonment of Fort QuitmanBy U. S. Troops. April 13: Abandonment
Camp Verde (Texas, United States) (search for this): state Texas, year 1861
1861 Feb. 1: Adoption Secession OrdinanceBy State. Feb. 16: Seizure of San Antonio ArsenalBy State Troops. Feb. 18: Surrender of U. S. Posts in TexasBy Gen. Twiggs. Feb. 21: Destruction of U. S. property at Brazos Santiago  Feb. 21: Abandonment of Camp CooperBy U. S. Troops. Feb. 26: Abandonment of Camp ColoradoBy U. S. Troops. March 6: Surrender of Fort Brown  March 7: Abandonment of Ringgold BarracksBy U. S. Troops. March 7: Abandonment of Camp VerdeBy U. S. Troops. March 9: Abandonment of Fort LancasterBy U. S. Troops. March 12: Abandonment of Fort McIntoshBy U. S. Troops. March 15: Abandonment of Camp WoodBy U. S. Troops. March 17: Abandonment of Camp HudsonBy U. S. Troops. March 19: Abandonment of Forks Clarke and IngeBy U. S. Troops. March 20: Abandonment of Forts Brown and DuncanBy U. S. Troops. March 28: Abadonment of Fort ChadbourneBy U. S. Troops. March 29: Abandonment of Fort MasonBy U. S. Troops. March 31: Abandonment of Fort BlissBy U. S. Troops. April -
Fort Lancaster (Texas, United States) (search for this): state Texas, year 1861
Adoption Secession OrdinanceBy State. Feb. 16: Seizure of San Antonio ArsenalBy State Troops. Feb. 18: Surrender of U. S. Posts in TexasBy Gen. Twiggs. Feb. 21: Destruction of U. S. property at Brazos Santiago  Feb. 21: Abandonment of Camp CooperBy U. S. Troops. Feb. 26: Abandonment of Camp ColoradoBy U. S. Troops. March 6: Surrender of Fort Brown  March 7: Abandonment of Ringgold BarracksBy U. S. Troops. March 7: Abandonment of Camp VerdeBy U. S. Troops. March 9: Abandonment of Fort LancasterBy U. S. Troops. March 12: Abandonment of Fort McIntoshBy U. S. Troops. March 15: Abandonment of Camp WoodBy U. S. Troops. March 17: Abandonment of Camp HudsonBy U. S. Troops. March 19: Abandonment of Forks Clarke and IngeBy U. S. Troops. March 20: Abandonment of Forts Brown and DuncanBy U. S. Troops. March 28: Abadonment of Fort ChadbourneBy U. S. Troops. March 29: Abandonment of Fort MasonBy U. S. Troops. March 31: Abandonment of Fort BlissBy U. S. Troops. April --: Abandonment
Fort Chadbourne (Texas, United States) (search for this): state Texas, year 1861
t Brown  March 7: Abandonment of Ringgold BarracksBy U. S. Troops. March 7: Abandonment of Camp VerdeBy U. S. Troops. March 9: Abandonment of Fort LancasterBy U. S. Troops. March 12: Abandonment of Fort McIntoshBy U. S. Troops. March 15: Abandonment of Camp WoodBy U. S. Troops. March 17: Abandonment of Camp HudsonBy U. S. Troops. March 19: Abandonment of Forks Clarke and IngeBy U. S. Troops. March 20: Abandonment of Forts Brown and DuncanBy U. S. Troops. March 28: Abadonment of Fort ChadbourneBy U. S. Troops. March 29: Abandonment of Fort MasonBy U. S. Troops. March 31: Abandonment of Fort BlissBy U. S. Troops. April --: Abandonment of Fort StocktonBy U. S. Troops. April 5: Abandonment of Fort QuitmanBy U. S. Troops. April 13: Abandonment of Fort DavisBy U. S. Troops. April 25: Surrender at SaluriaUNITED STATES--1st (2 Cos.), 3d (3 Cos.) and 8th (2 Cos.) Infantry. April 25: Surrender at IndianolaOf U. S. Troops. May 9: Surrender at San Lucas SpringsUNITED STATES--8th
Fort Stockton (Texas, United States) (search for this): state Texas, year 1861
. S. Troops. March 12: Abandonment of Fort McIntoshBy U. S. Troops. March 15: Abandonment of Camp WoodBy U. S. Troops. March 17: Abandonment of Camp HudsonBy U. S. Troops. March 19: Abandonment of Forks Clarke and IngeBy U. S. Troops. March 20: Abandonment of Forts Brown and DuncanBy U. S. Troops. March 28: Abadonment of Fort ChadbourneBy U. S. Troops. March 29: Abandonment of Fort MasonBy U. S. Troops. March 31: Abandonment of Fort BlissBy U. S. Troops. April --: Abandonment of Fort StocktonBy U. S. Troops. April 5: Abandonment of Fort QuitmanBy U. S. Troops. April 13: Abandonment of Fort DavisBy U. S. Troops. April 25: Surrender at SaluriaUNITED STATES--1st (2 Cos.), 3d (3 Cos.) and 8th (2 Cos.) Infantry. April 25: Surrender at IndianolaOf U. S. Troops. May 9: Surrender at San Lucas SpringsUNITED STATES--8th Infantry. Aug. --: Operations at Fort BlissConfederate Forces, against Indians. Oct. 11-16: Operations at Fort IngeConfederate Forces, against Indians. Nov. 1:
Fort Bliss (Texas, United States) (search for this): state Texas, year 1861
nt of Forks Clarke and IngeBy U. S. Troops. March 20: Abandonment of Forts Brown and DuncanBy U. S. Troops. March 28: Abadonment of Fort ChadbourneBy U. S. Troops. March 29: Abandonment of Fort MasonBy U. S. Troops. March 31: Abandonment of Fort BlissBy U. S. Troops. April --: Abandonment of Fort StocktonBy U. S. Troops. April 5: Abandonment of Fort QuitmanBy U. S. Troops. April 13: Abandonment of Fort DavisBy U. S. Troops. April 25: Surrender at SaluriaUNITED STATES--1st (2 Cos.), 3d (32 Cos.), 3d (3 Cos.) and 8th (2 Cos.) Infantry. April 25: Surrender at IndianolaOf U. S. Troops. May 9: Surrender at San Lucas SpringsUNITED STATES--8th Infantry. Aug. --: Operations at Fort BlissConfederate Forces, against Indians. Oct. 11-16: Operations at Fort IngeConfederate Forces, against Indians. Nov. 1: Skirmish, Peosi RiverConfederate Forces, with Indians. Nov. 7: Burning of Royal Yatch, GalvestonUNITED STATES--Crew of Frigate "Santee." Union loss, 1 killed, 8 wounded. Total, 9.
Fort McIntosh (Texas, United States) (search for this): state Texas, year 1861
f San Antonio ArsenalBy State Troops. Feb. 18: Surrender of U. S. Posts in TexasBy Gen. Twiggs. Feb. 21: Destruction of U. S. property at Brazos Santiago  Feb. 21: Abandonment of Camp CooperBy U. S. Troops. Feb. 26: Abandonment of Camp ColoradoBy U. S. Troops. March 6: Surrender of Fort Brown  March 7: Abandonment of Ringgold BarracksBy U. S. Troops. March 7: Abandonment of Camp VerdeBy U. S. Troops. March 9: Abandonment of Fort LancasterBy U. S. Troops. March 12: Abandonment of Fort McIntoshBy U. S. Troops. March 15: Abandonment of Camp WoodBy U. S. Troops. March 17: Abandonment of Camp HudsonBy U. S. Troops. March 19: Abandonment of Forks Clarke and IngeBy U. S. Troops. March 20: Abandonment of Forts Brown and DuncanBy U. S. Troops. March 28: Abadonment of Fort ChadbourneBy U. S. Troops. March 29: Abandonment of Fort MasonBy U. S. Troops. March 31: Abandonment of Fort BlissBy U. S. Troops. April --: Abandonment of Fort StocktonBy U. S. Troops. April 5: Abandonment
Fort Inge (Texas, United States) (search for this): state Texas, year 1861
19: Abandonment of Forks Clarke and IngeBy U. S. Troops. March 20: Abandonment of Forts Brown and DuncanBy U. S. Troops. March 28: Abadonment of Fort ChadbourneBy U. S. Troops. March 29: Abandonment of Fort MasonBy U. S. Troops. March 31: Abandonment of Fort BlissBy U. S. Troops. April --: Abandonment of Fort StocktonBy U. S. Troops. April 5: Abandonment of Fort QuitmanBy U. S. Troops. April 13: Abandonment of Fort DavisBy U. S. Troops. April 25: Surrender at SaluriaUNITED STATES--1st (2 Cos.), 3d (3 Cos.) and 8th (2 Cos.) Infantry. April 25: Surrender at IndianolaOf U. S. Troops. May 9: Surrender at San Lucas SpringsUNITED STATES--8th Infantry. Aug. --: Operations at Fort BlissConfederate Forces, against Indians. Oct. 11-16: Operations at Fort IngeConfederate Forces, against Indians. Nov. 1: Skirmish, Peosi RiverConfederate Forces, with Indians. Nov. 7: Burning of Royal Yatch, GalvestonUNITED STATES--Crew of Frigate "Santee." Union loss, 1 killed, 8 wounded. Total, 9.
Galveston (Texas, United States) (search for this): state Texas, year 1861
19: Abandonment of Forks Clarke and IngeBy U. S. Troops. March 20: Abandonment of Forts Brown and DuncanBy U. S. Troops. March 28: Abadonment of Fort ChadbourneBy U. S. Troops. March 29: Abandonment of Fort MasonBy U. S. Troops. March 31: Abandonment of Fort BlissBy U. S. Troops. April --: Abandonment of Fort StocktonBy U. S. Troops. April 5: Abandonment of Fort QuitmanBy U. S. Troops. April 13: Abandonment of Fort DavisBy U. S. Troops. April 25: Surrender at SaluriaUNITED STATES--1st (2 Cos.), 3d (3 Cos.) and 8th (2 Cos.) Infantry. April 25: Surrender at IndianolaOf U. S. Troops. May 9: Surrender at San Lucas SpringsUNITED STATES--8th Infantry. Aug. --: Operations at Fort BlissConfederate Forces, against Indians. Oct. 11-16: Operations at Fort IngeConfederate Forces, against Indians. Nov. 1: Skirmish, Peosi RiverConfederate Forces, with Indians. Nov. 7: Burning of Royal Yatch, GalvestonUNITED STATES--Crew of Frigate "Santee." Union loss, 1 killed, 8 wounded. Total, 9.
Fort Taylor (Texas, United States) (search for this): state Texas, year 1861
18: Surrender of U. S. Posts in TexasBy Gen. Twiggs. Feb. 21: Destruction of U. S. property at Brazos Santiago  Feb. 21: Abandonment of Camp CooperBy U. S. Troops. Feb. 26: Abandonment of Camp ColoradoBy U. S. Troops. March 6: Surrender of Fort Brown  March 7: Abandonment of Ringgold BarracksBy U. S. Troops. March 7: Abandonment of Camp VerdeBy U. S. Troops. March 9: Abandonment of Fort LancasterBy U. S. Troops. March 12: Abandonment of Fort McIntoshBy U. S. Troops. March 15: Abandonment of Camp WoodBy U. S. Troops. March 17: Abandonment of Camp HudsonBy U. S. Troops. March 19: Abandonment of Forks Clarke and IngeBy U. S. Troops. March 20: Abandonment of Forts Brown and DuncanBy U. S. Troops. March 28: Abadonment of Fort ChadbourneBy U. S. Troops. March 29: Abandonment of Fort MasonBy U. S. Troops. March 31: Abandonment of Fort BlissBy U. S. Troops. April --: Abandonment of Fort StocktonBy U. S. Troops. April 5: Abandonment of Fort QuitmanBy U. S. Troops. April 13:
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