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Page 2 W.FLA., S.ALA., S.MISS., LA., TEX., N.MEX. Chapter XXXVIII.

June 7, 1863.- Attack on Milliken's Bend and Young's Point, La. (operations against Vicksburg).

7-July 13, 1863.- Operations in Louisiana, west of the Mississippi River.

9, 1863.- Action near Lake Providence, La. (operations against Vicksburg).

15, 1863.- Action near Richmond, La. (operations against Vicksburg).

16, 1863.- Skirmish on the Jornada del Muerto, N. Mex.

20, 1863.- Reconnaissance from Young's Point to Richmond, La. operations against Vicksburg).

24, 1863.- Skirmishes at Mound Plantation and near Lake Providence, La. (operations against Vicksburg).

29, 1863.- Skirmish at Mound Plantation, La. (operations against Vicksburg).

30, 1863.- Attack on Goodrich's Landing, La. (operations against Vicksburg).

July 4, 1863.- Skirmish with Indians near Fort Craig, N. Mex.

7-August 19, 1863.- Operations against Navajo Indians in New Mexico.

10, 1863.- Skirmish with Indians at Cook's Canon, N. Mex.

18, 1863.- Skirmish with Indians on the Rio Hondo, N. Mex.

Skirmish at Des Allemands, La.

19, 1863.- Skirmish with Indians on the Rio de las Animas, N. Mex.

22, 1863.- Brasher City, La., reoccupied by Union forces.

24, 1863.- Skirmish with Indians at Cook's Canon, N. Mex.

29, 1863.- Skirmish with Indians at Conchas Springs, N. Mex.

August 3, 1863.- Skirmish at Jackson, La.

7, 1863.- The Thirteenth Army Corps assigned (from the Department of the Tennessee) to Department of the Gulf.

Major General Cadwallader C. Washburn, U. S. Army, temporarily in command of the Thirteenth Army Corps.

10, 1863.- Skirmish at Bayou Tensas, La.

10-13, 1863.- Mutiny at Galveston, Tex.

10-26, 1863.- The Thirteenth Army Corps transferred from Vicksburg and Natchez, Miss., to Carrollton, La.

18, 1863.- Skirmish with Indians at Pueblo Colorado, N. Mex.

20, 1863.- Major General William B. Franklin, U. S. Army, assumes command of the Nineteenth Army Corps.

20-Sept.2, 1863.- Expedition from Vicksburg, Miss., to Monroe, La., including skirmishes (24th) at Bayou Macon and at Floyd.

20-December 16, 1863.- Operations against Navajo Indians in New Mexico.

29-30, 1863.- Mutiny at Camp Hubbard, Thibodeaux, La.

Sept. 1-7, 1863.- Expedition from Natchez, Miss., to Harrisonburg, La., including skirmishes (2d) at Trinity and (4th) near Harrisonburg, and capture of Fort Beauregard.

2, 1863.- Affair with Zapata's bandits, near Mier, Mexico.

4-11, 1863.- The Sabine Pass (Texas) Expedition.

7, 1863.- Skirmish at Morgan's Ferry,on the Atchafalaya, La.

8-9, 1863.- Skirmishes on the Atchafalaya, La.

11, 1863.- Mutiny in Terrell's Texas Cavalry.

12, 1863.- Skirmish at Stirling's Plantation, near Morganza, La.

13-Oct.2, 1863.- Scouting near Lake Ponchartrain, La.

14, 1863.- Attack on Vidalia, La.

15, 1863.- Major General E. O. C. Ord, U. S. Army, resumes command of the Thirteenth Army Corps.

15-Oct.5, 1863.- Scout from Fort Wingate to Ojo Redondo (Jacob's Well), N. Mex.

19, 1863.- Skirmish on the Greenwell Springs road, near Baton Rouge, La.

20, 1863.- Skirmish at Morgan's Ferry, on the Atchafalaya, La.

23, 1863.- Affair opposite Donanaldsonville, La.


Page 2 W.FLA., S.ALA., S.MISS., LA., TEX., N.MEX. Chapter XXXVIII.

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