Tag Archives: Pocahontas

02Sep/16

Today in Arkansas During the Civil War (September 2)

On September 2, 1861, Special Orders Number 141 was drafted to note that, “The department under the command of Major General Leonidas Polk, Provisional Army, is extended to embrace the State ofRead More…

31Aug/16

Today in Arkansas During the Civil War (August 31)

On August 31, 1861, Brigadier-General Benjamin McCulloch drafted a note to L.P. Walker telling him that the Arkansas troops overwhelmingly mustered out of service. He told Walker that only twenty men remainRead More…

23Aug/16

Today in Arkansas During the Civil War (August 23)

On August 23, 1862 Union correspondence from Colonel Clark Wright wrote to Brigadier-General; E.B. Brown, commanding the Southwest Division, “Hindman has at Little Rock and Arkansas Valley, now drilling, 25,000 men.” HisRead More…

22Aug/16

Today in Arkansas During the Civil War (August 22)

On august 22, 1861, Governor of Arkansas Henry Massie Rector wrote to L.P. Walker notifying him of a few things going on with the formation and movement of military units in theRead More…

09Dec/07

A Short Look at Pocahontas and Randolph County in the Civil War by Derek Clements

A Short Look at Pocahontas and RandolphCounty in the Civil War by Derek Clements The importance of Randolph County and the city of Pocahontas during the Civil War derives from its proximityRead More…