5 edition of The Battle of Chalk Bluff found in the catalog.
The Battle of Chalk Bluff
Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-182) and index.
|Statement||by Jerry Ponder.|
|LC Classifications||E474.9 .P66 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||94074926|
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About this Item: Ponder Books. Condition: BRAND NEW. Full account of Marmaduke's Raid into Missouri with troops from Arkansas, Missouri and Texas with details of battles at Cape Girardeau, Patterson, Bloomfield, Four Mile, Chalk Bluff, and others - Photos - Rosters - Index - BRAND NEW Softcover A Brand New Quality Book from a Full-Time Veteran Owned Bookshop in business since !. Battle. Confederate Brigadier-General W. L. Cabell departed Ozark, Arkansas with cavalry, intending to retake Fayetteville, Arkansas, which had been occupied by the United States Army after its victory months earlier at the Battle of Prairie ching the town from the south, Cabell's men captured a nine-man Federal picket near West Fork, Arkansas on the night of April Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas.
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The Battle of Chalk Bluff: An account of General John S. Marmaduke's second Missouri raid Perfect Paperback – January 1, /5(1). The battle of Chalk Bluff which occurred during the Civil War, May 1 and 2, Battle location: four miles northwest of St.
Francis, Arkansas and four miles southwest of Campbell, Missouri Unknown Binding – January 1, Author: V. C Wright. The official Union return of casualties showed twenty-three killed, forty-four wounded, and fifty-three captured or missing. The Battle of Chalk Bluff, in spite of Marmaduke’s successful escape across the St.
Francis River, marked the end of an ineffective attempt to. While the title is focused on Chalk Bluff, the entire raid is covered, beginning inand includes the Battle of Cape Girardeau. It should be noted the author's research is based toward the Confederacy, and no Union sources were utilized in research.
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On the evening of OctoUnion army commander George B. McClellan ordered Gen. Charles Stone to send a scouting party across the Potomac River to identify the positions of.
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McClellan suffered a humiliating on: Loudoun County, Virginia, Coordinates:. Lost, damaged or stolen Chalk Bluff Property will result in replacement fees. No loud or vulgar music or language. Your neighbors should not be able to hear your music.
No Camp Fires - We are currently in a BURN BAN. Pets are welcome on a leash with a non-refundable $25 pet fee. NO aggressive dogs allowed. River entry is at your own risk. The Battle at Chalk Bluff Down the hill from this marker is the place where four brigades of Confederates, led by Brig.
Gen. John Sappington Marmaduke, crossed the St. Francis into the safety of Arkansas on MayFind helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Battle of Chalk Bluff: An account of General John S.
Marmaduke's second Missouri raid at Read 1/5. The battle is commemorated today in the small Chalk Bluff Battlefield Park, which preserves a portion of the field. The Chalk Bluff Hiking Trail traverses parts of the battlefield, with interpretive wayside markers and panels. A few minor skirmishes occurred there later in the war as both armies sent raiding parties to control the river crossing.
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Union Brig. Gen. William Vandever pursued Brig. Gen. John S. Marmaduke to Chalk Bluff, where the Confederates hoped to cross the St. Francis River. To ford the river, Marmaduke established a rearguard that received heavy punishment on May The town of Chalk Bluff, now long gone, was the site of several skirmishes during the Civil War, the.
most significant of which was the Mayaction as General John S. Marmaduke retreated from an. unsuccessful raid into Missouri. The battle and the town's history are interpreted though markers. placed along a walking trail.
NPS Battle Summary. Union Brig. Gen. William Vandever pursued Brig. Gen. John S. Marmaduke to Chalk Bluff, where the Confederates hoped to cross the St. Francis River. To ford the river, Marmaduke established a rearguard that received heavy punishment on May Although most of Marmaduke’s raiders crossed the St.
Francis River, they suffered heavy casualties and therefore ended the expedition. The town of Chalk Bluff, now long gone, was the site of several skirmishes during the Civil War, the most significant of which was the Mayaction as General John S. Marmaduke retreated from an unsuccessful raid into Missouri.
The battle and the town's history are interpreted though markers placed along a walking trail. just a look at some history in this area im in, chalk bluff was a battlefield in the civil war way back when LOL, did this in two trips the first one was when I had to make a run for it to dodge.
The Confederate States Army constructed a large, four-sided earthwork fortification near Arkansas Post, on a bluff 25 feet above the north side of the river, forty-five miles downriver from Pine Bluff, to protect the Arkansas River and prevent Union Army passage to Little Rock.
The fort commanded a Location: Arkansas Post, Arkansas, 34°01′″N. Reenactment of the Civil War battle of Chalk Bluff Ar. My brother was a participant on the Confederate side. The Battle of Chalk Bluff was a land battle of the American Civil War that took place in Clay County, Arkansas, and Dunklin County, Missouri, on May 1 and May 2, Brig.
Gen. William Vandever, commanding the 2nd Division of the Union Army of the Frontier, was repulsed in an attempt to prevent Confederate cavalry under Brig. Gen. John S. Marmaduke from crossing the St. Francis River. Daniel Raymond lived in Chalk Hill, a small village in southwestern Pennsylvania.
He was in his early forties in February of when he took his rifle down from its resting place and told his wife, "I'm going to use this." She could not have known the extent to which he would, in fact, use.The Battle of Chalk Bluff was a land battle of the American Civil War that took place in Clay County, Arkansas, and Dunklin County, Missouri, on May 1 and May 2, Brig.
Gen. William Vandever, commanding the 2nd Division of the Union Army of the Frontier, was repulsed in an attempt to prevent Confederate cavalry under Brig. Gen. John S. Marmaduke from crossing the St. Francis on: Dunklin County, Missouri, and Clay .