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Battlefield Trails - Civil War

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In September of 1864 Major General Sterling Price and a 12,000 man army re-entered Missouri in a forlorn effort to regain the state for the Confederacy. On September 27th they laid siege to Fort Davidson. The defenders, though greatly outnumbered, repulsed …
Federal forces captured this important Confederate work, 18 miles west, in 1862. To end depredations committed by the Federal garrison, Forrest, with a force from his Confederate Cavalry Corps, attacked and captured the fort. Of the garrison of 551 white an…
Front of the Monument Ohio's TributeTo The Andrews Raiders1862Erected 1890. Right side of the Monument Escaped 21st Ohio Vol. Inf.J. Alfred Wilson, Co. CMark Wood, " "Wm. J. Knight, " EWilson W. Brown, " FJohn R. Porter, " G33rd Ohio Vol. Inf.Ma…
In Memoryof the Men of theConfederateand theFederal Armieswho took part in theBattle ofBrice's Cross Roadsor Tishimingo CreekJune 10, 1864which resulted ina victory for theConfederate forcesunder BrigadierGeneral N. B. Forrest