During the American Civil War, Arkansas was a Confederate state, though it had initially voted . Three years later, one Arkansas man, supporting the view of the secession convention regarding slavery, stated . be transferred, it participated in the second major battle of the war near Springfield, Missouri, in August
Arkansas saw a great deal of fighting during the Civil War. The Union won the vast majority of the battles that took place. The most well known.
A gripping narrative of the events surrounding Prairie Grove, Arkansas, one of the great unsung battles of the Civil War that effectively ended Confederate.
The Confederate attack on the Mississippi River town of Helena (Phillips have been driven from every point in Arkansas save one—Helena.
Battle of Pea Ridge: Union and Confederate forces fought over the next two days . for one of the larger battles of the Civil War in Arkansas, Hindman's attack of.
The battles at Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove helped secure Missouri for . The Civil War was one of the greatest disasters in Arkansas history.
A Civil War Trust history article describing the course, context, and characters of the Battle of Arkansas Post, also known as the Battle of Fort Hindman, which took place When the Union attack got underway on January 10, Churchill and his.