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Riassunto: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER VI. The Author's return to his division at Scott's Mills--Colonel Phillips' popularity with his troops--Rebels returning and taking the oath of allegiance--Indians make good troops to fight bushwhackers--Increase of wild game since the war--A detachment of Federal troops worsted in a skirmish with guerrillas--Captain Conkey loses eleven men by capture--Guerrilla chieftains commissioned by the Rebel authorities--Comments on plans proposed by some to break up the guerrilla, warfare--Sickness and heavy mortality among the Indian Refugees at Neosho--Sick and wounded being removed from Fayetteville to Fort Scott--The classes of the enemy the Federals have to deal with--Bushwhackers--Guerrillas--Detachments returning to and leaving the State--The regular forces in our front--Illustrations--Incidents from the Expedition to Low Jack--The battle of Coon Creek--Concluding remarks on the Indians, The 12th of February I joined the Indian division at Scott's Mills, McDonald County, Missouri, on the Cowskin river, twenty-two miles south west of Neosho, and about the same distance north of our old camp at Maysville. The bottom lands along the stream are excellent, and there are numerous tine farms, on most of which fine crops were raised last year. The movement of the division to this place is not regarded as retrograde or falling back, but simply for the purpose of more easily supplying our animals with forage and provisioning the refugee families with us. The mills here are in very good condition, and daily turn out large quantities of meal and flour, which will do much to relieve the demands of hunger among the refugees. Since we left Elm Springs as a separate command, Colonel Phillips has steadily grown in popularity with his troops, and we...

About the Author: Britton survived the war and went on to publish this book in 1882, as well as seven others before his death in 1930. In his introduction, Phillip T. Tucker considers the political and strategic importance of the trans-Mississippi theater. He is the author of The South's Finest: The First Confederate Brigade from Pea Ridge to Vicksburg.

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Descrizione libro Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: . CHAPTER VI. The Author s return to his division at Scott s Mills--Colonel Phillips popularity with his troops--Rebels returning and taking the oath of allegiance--Indians make good troops to fight bushwhackers--Increase of wild game since the war--A detachment of Federal troops worsted in a skirmish with guerrillas--Captain Conkey loses eleven men by capture--Guerrilla chieftains commissioned by the Rebel authorities--Comments on plans proposed by some to break up the guerrilla, warfare--Sickness and heavy mortality among the Indian Refugees at Neosho--Sick and wounded being removed from Fayetteville to Fort Scott--The classes of the enemy the Federals have to deal with--Bushwhackers--Guerrillas--Detachments returning to and leaving the State--The regular forces in our front--Illustrations--Incidents from the Expedition to Low Jack--The battle of Coon Creek--Concluding remarks on the Indians, The 12th of February I joined the Indian division at Scott s Mills, McDonald County, Missouri, on the Cowskin river, twenty-two miles south west of Neosho, and about the same distance north of our old camp at Maysville. The bottom lands along the stream are excellent, and there are numerous tine farms, on most of which fine crops were raised last year. The movement of the division to this place is not regarded as retrograde or falling back, but simply for the purpose of more easily supplying our animals with forage and provisioning the refugee families with us. The mills here are in very good condition, and daily turn out large quantities of meal and flour, which will do much to relieve the demands of hunger among the refugees. Since we left Elm Springs as a separate command, Colonel Phillips has steadily grown in popularity with his troops, and we. Codice libro della libreria AAV9781230406213

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Descrizione libro Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: . CHAPTER VI. The Author s return to his division at Scott s Mills--Colonel Phillips popularity with his troops--Rebels returning and taking the oath of allegiance--Indians make good troops to fight bushwhackers--Increase of wild game since the war--A detachment of Federal troops worsted in a skirmish with guerrillas--Captain Conkey loses eleven men by capture--Guerrilla chieftains commissioned by the Rebel authorities--Comments on plans proposed by some to break up the guerrilla, warfare--Sickness and heavy mortality among the Indian Refugees at Neosho--Sick and wounded being removed from Fayetteville to Fort Scott--The classes of the enemy the Federals have to deal with--Bushwhackers--Guerrillas--Detachments returning to and leaving the State--The regular forces in our front--Illustrations--Incidents from the Expedition to Low Jack--The battle of Coon Creek--Concluding remarks on the Indians, The 12th of February I joined the Indian division at Scott s Mills, McDonald County, Missouri, on the Cowskin river, twenty-two miles south west of Neosho, and about the same distance north of our old camp at Maysville. The bottom lands along the stream are excellent, and there are numerous tine farms, on most of which fine crops were raised last year. The movement of the division to this place is not regarded as retrograde or falling back, but simply for the purpose of more easily supplying our animals with forage and provisioning the refugee families with us. The mills here are in very good condition, and daily turn out large quantities of meal and flour, which will do much to relieve the demands of hunger among the refugees. Since we left Elm Springs as a separate command, Colonel Phillips has steadily grown in popularity with his troops, and we. Codice libro della libreria AAV9781230406213

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