Bourland in North Texas and Indian Territory During the Civil War: Fort Cobb, Fort Arbuckle & the Wichita Mountains

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non-Indian units serving in Indian Territory

both  Union   and   Confederate

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Note from our fearless leader, Ken Martin

   

         Has anyone made a list of all the non-Indian units that served in the Indian Territory, both Union and Confederate?

       There are, of course, the units and detachments that participated in the well known campaigns -- 1st Indian Expedition, Ft Wayne, Honey Springs, Perryville. There are many others though such as the Confederate 2nd Arkansas Mtd Rifles at Chustenahlah, the 19th Arkansas Infantry at Ft McCulloch, the many TST and CSA Texas units, of course, and the Union units escorting supply trains, scouting from southwest Missouri into Cowskin and Beaties Prairies, the units that pursued Price to the Arkansas River, etc.

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Confederate

1st (Burnetís) Battalion Sharpshooters       http://gen.1starnet.com/civilwar/burnhist.htm

3rd  Louisiana Infantry.
 

10th [Martin's] 5th TX Cavalry Partisan Rangers (812 men)    .... on Feb 10, 1865 Martin absorbed some of Bourland's Regt.  while most of Bourland's Regt was then commanded by J.R. Diamond.

11th  (Howell's] Texas Battery (122 men)

20th [Bass'] Texas Cavalry        http://history-sites.com/civilwar/units/20txcav/20txhist.htm

Bourland's Border Regiment Cavalry (625 men listed in the American Civil War Research Database of Duxbury MA and 831 men listed in the National Park Service Sailors and Soldiers database.)

Wells' Battalion, Companies A and B patrolled between Fort Arbuckle, I.T. and Fort Belknap, Young County TX: Scanland's Company A, most recruits from the Montague County TX area; Good's-Gillett's Company B; initially Wells' Battn was recruited from the Panola County TX area (581 men)    http://www.bourlandcivilwar.com/WellsBattn.htm

 

Union

 

 

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