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Page 6 LOUISIANA AND TRANS-MISSISSIPPI. Chapter LX.

March 19-23, 1865. -Scout from Warrensburg to Columbus, Mo., with skirmish near Greenton.

20, 1865. -Skirmish at Talbot's Ferry, Ark.

20-22, 1865. -Expedition from Brashear City to Bayou Pigeon, La., with skirmish (21st) at Bayou Teche, La.

Scout from Lexington, Mo.

21, 1865. -The Department of Arkansas and the Indian Territory transferred from the Military Division of West Mississippi to the Military Division of the Missouri.

21-23, 1865. -Scout from Pine Bluff to Monticello, Ark.

22-23, 1865. -Operations about Stephenson's Mill, Mo.

23, 1865. -Brigadier General Michael K. Lawler, U. S. Army, assigned to command of the District of Baton Rouge, La.

23-24, 1865. -Scout from Donaldsonville to Bayou Goula, La.

24, 1865. -Scout from Bayou Boeuf to Bayou Chemise, La.

Affair near Rolla, Mo.

25-27, 1865. -Expedition from Brashear City to Indian Bend, La.

25-28, 1865. -Expedition from Brashear City to near Oyster Bayou, La.

26-29, 1865. -Expedition from Bonnet Carre to Amite River, La.

27, 1865. -Brigadier General Elkanah Greer, C. S. Army, assigned to command of the Reserve Corps in State of Texas, vice Brigadier General Jerome B. Robertson, relieved, and assigned to command of a brigade.

28, 1865. -Skirmish at Bull Creek, Christian County, Mo.

The District of the Plains formed, to consist of the District of Utah, Colorado, and Nebraska, and Brigadier General Patrick E. Connor, U. S. Army, assigned to its command.

Brigadier General Robert B. Mitchell, U. S. Army, relieved from command of the District of Nebraska, and assigned to the command of the District of North Kansas.

28-30, 1865. -Expedition from Fort Pike, La., to Bay Saint Louis, Miss.

29, 1865. -Colonel William H. Dickey, Eighty-fourth U. S. Colored Troops, assumes command of the U. S. Forces at Morganza, La.

Skirmish in Southwest Missouri.

29-April 2, 1865. -Scout from Waynesville, Mo.

30, 1865. -Brigadier General Patrick E. Connor, U. S. Army, assumes command of the District of the Plains.

30-April 2, 1865. -Expeditions from Baton Rouge to Clinton and the Comite River, La.

31, 1865. -Major General J. Bankhead Magruder, C. S. Army, assigned to command of the District of Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona, vice Major General John G. Walker, C. S. Army, relieved.

31-April 1, 1865. -Operations about Aquia Eria, N. Mex.

April 1, 1865. -Affair near Fort Garland, Colo. Ter.

1-4, 1865. -Scout from Pine Bluff to Bayou Bartholomew, Ark.

1-30, 1865. -Scouts from Licking, Mo.

1-May 27, 1865. -Operations against Indians west of Fort Laramie, Dak. Ter., with skirmish (May 20) at Deer Creek Station.

2, 1865. -Skirmish near Van Buren, Ark.

Skirmish near Hickory Station, Ark.

2-5, 1865. -Expedition from the Hermitage to the French Settlement, La.

2-10, 1865. -Expeditions from Thibodeaux, Bayou Boeuf, and Brashear City to Lake Verret, Grand Bayou, and The Park, La., with skirmish (4th) at Grand Bayou, La.

3, 1865. -Pursuit of bushwhackers near Farmington, Mo.


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