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Chapter 2: General Blunt's trains return to Rhea's Mills from Fayetteville resources
ew days after the battle of Prairie Grove, General Blunt ordered his supply and baggage trains back seem probable that it was the intention of General Blunt to attack the main body of the rebel army, f the expedition.
Suffice it to know that General Blunt had information that a brigade of Texas ca s camp at Dripping Springs.
In the meantime Gen. Blunt, who had kept up with us, sent back an order After firing a few rounds from our carbines, Gen. Blunt ordered the bugles to sound the charge, and gh the city we were right at their heels.
General Blunt sent out detachments of cavalry on both si he contraband property awaited the orders of Gen. Blunt.
The steamboats, after taking from them suc eries of splendid achievements, we hear that Gen. Blunt has made this expedition in the face of orde ct working order, but I did not hear whether Gen. Blunt sent his compliments to Gen. Hindman or not.
Chapter 3: The First division army of the Frontier moves from Rhea's Mills to Elm Springs all the Federal wounded in the field Hospitals at Prairie Grove removed to Fayetteville General Blunt relieved and starts north General Schofield takes command of the army of the Frontier future operations to be conducted according to west point tactics the army to retreat to the Missouri line reorganization of the army Colonel W. A. Phillips to command the Indian division a ba
their cavalry, artillery and draught animals.
We arrived at Elm Springs on the 3rd, and there seems to be a prospect of our remaining here several days, as we hear that there is going to be shortly a reorganization of the Army of the Frontier. Gen. Blunt has been relieved, and bade his troops farewell to-day, and, with his staff and escort, started to Forts Scott and Leavenworth. On account of his personal bravery and the brilliant achievements of his campaign, he has greatly endeared himself