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Arkansas in the Civil War: A Military Atlas

Arkansas in the Civil War: A Military Atlas

Of the numerous homestead owners represented on the southern portion of this map, at least thirty-five locations were owned by Confederate officers, though some officers may have owned multiple properties across the state. Identified in this atlas are three Generals, eleven Colonels, four Majors, and fourteen Captains:

Generals: Garrett, Mitchell, and Williams (all of Arkansas County).
Colonels: Belcher (Drew County), Branch (2) (Desha County), Brownin (Ouachita County), Carrigan (Hempstead County), Christian (Ashley County), Garland (Lafayette County), Gee (Ouachita County), Hervey (2) (Hempstead and Lafayette Counties), Mars (Calhoun County), Withers (Ashley County) and Wynn (Lafayette County).
Majors: Douglas (Arkansas County), Gray (Dallas County), Reid (Dallas County) and Wilson (Ashley County).
Captains: Badgett (Ashley County), Bell (Union County), Foote (Ashley County), Halley (Arkansas County), Hewitt (Arkansas County), J. Evans (Calhoun County), Miller (Arkansas County), Moore (Calhoun County), Perkins (Hempstead County), Reid (Columbia County), Richie (Ouachita County), Robinson (Calhoun County), Scott (Ouachita County) and White (Ouachita County).