The Confederate high command reorganizes the Trans-Mississippi Department in the hopes that the recent disasters might somehow be reversed.
Tag: Thomas C. Hindman
Marmaduke’s Raid: Springfield
John S. Marmaduke leads a Confederate force from Little Rock, Arkansas, to raid Federal supply depots in southwestern Missouri.
A Busted Army in Arkansas
Following the Battle of Prairie Grove, Federals led by James G. Blunt begin a hard march through the Boston Mountains in an effort to conquer northwestern Arkansas.
The Battle of Prairie Grove
Thomas C. Hindman’s Confederates attack Francis J. Herron’s Federals about 12 miles southwest of Fayetteville, Arkansas, sparking a confusing but brutal 12-hour battle.
A Race in Northwestern Arkansas
James G. Blunt’s Federals are isolated in northwestern Arkansas, and the race is on to see whether reinforcements or Confederates can reach him first.
The Cane Hill Engagement
Federals led by James G. Blunt attack John S. Marmaduke’s small Confederate cavalry force in a skirmish in northwestern Arkansas.