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Cockrell's Missouri Brigade - Kennesaw Mountain. Cockrell's Missouri Brigade - Kennesaw Mountain Civil War ...

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date(s):: between 1861 - 1865; subject(s):: Civil War, 1861-1865; place(s):: United States; St. Louis, MO, USA; type(s):: Canteen.

Civil War History Cockrell's First Missouri Brigade CSA IN DEADLY EARNEST 1st | #1730778232

Francis Cockrell

Mook and the other exchanged Missouri troops were then sent to Mobile to serve in the Missouri Brigade, where he was issued this jacket.


Joseph S. Dean, Company C, Missouri Infantry CS - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

Civil War History Cockrell's First Missouri Brigade CSA IN DEADLY EARNEST 1st | #1730778232

In Deadly Earnest: The History of the First Missouri Brigade, Csa 1st Edition

Brass Napoleon Award Cockrell's 1st Missouri Brigade

Colonel C.S.A. Hugh Alfred Garland, Jr. Battle Of Shiloh, Franklin Tennessee, War

In Deadly Earnest: The History of the First Missouri Brigade, Csa 1st Edition

The regiment was transferred to Confederate service and he was quickly promoted to Colonel. While commanding the 1st Missouri at Franklin, Cockrell was ...

Cockrell's Brigade fought to the immediate Confederate right of Cleburne's Division, assaulting the Federal line at Franklin where the Union Brigades of ...

The Missouri Brigade would be in this Columbus Depot uniform up to the siege and finally the surrender at Vicksburg, MS 1863. Late-war Confederate

In Deadly Earnest. $35.00. Author Phil Gottschalk provides a comprehensive history of Cockrell's First Missouri Brigade ...

The Blue and the Gray Reunion - 1910. From collection C3825 folder 7571 #7

Brass Napoleon Award Cockrell's 1st Missouri Brigade

As the Missouri Brigade in Confederate service, the unit fought at the battle of Pea Ridge and was instrumental in saving the Confederate Army from total ...

Underrated: 10 Confederate Commanders You Should Get to Know

1st Missouri Cavalry Regiment (Confederate)

Although Samuel Cox was widely acclaimed for the slaying of Bushwacker “Bloody Bill” Anderson, the bullet that actually killed the Confederate guerrilla ...



Civil War Veteran's Reunion. From collection C3825 folder 7571 #6.

The South's Finest: The First Missouri Confederate Brigade from Pea Ridge to Vicksburg

Bust shot of Francis Cockrell.

He commanded his brigade as colonel from April to August, 1863, and he was then promoted to the rank of brigadier-general, C. S. A., and commanded the 1st ...


Hill of Death Full

Hawkeyes and Badgers surprised even themselves in a mad rush on the last Rebel stronghold before

Civil War Battles in Missouri

Flags of the Missouri Brigade


Francis Marion Cockrell - Warrensburg, Mo. - Specific Veteran Memorials on Waymarking.com


True grit: How I survived my visit to Lone Jack (Mo.) battlefield


The Chubachus Library of Photographic History: american civil war

Battle of Fort Blakeley Reenactment - Historic Blakeley State Park - Independent Rifles and Liberty Guards

At least nine men from the Boone-Duden area enlisted in the 2nd Missouri during the first months of the war. Three of these men would already be casualties ...

... Image from page 484 of "The Confederate mail carrier; or, From Missouri to

Civil War Action Around Latimer's Farm

Well Built: From inside Battery Powell's stout Corinth earthworks, pictured here, Union troops

Civil War Monuments & Memorials in Western Missouri

1st Missouri Infantry (Confederate) - Colonel Hugh A. Garland, Jr.,

Captain Joseph Boyce and the 1st Missouri Infantry, CSA

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Pressured to pry General Joseph E. Johnston from Kennesaw Mountain in June 1864, Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman suffered a bloody repulse.

Battle of Franklin (1864)

... 1864) — known as “Bloody Bill” Anderson — was one of the deadliest and most brutal pro-Confederate guerrilla leaders in the American Civil War.

Adolph Schuster enlisted on April in Company A, Missouri Infantry, and fought at the Battle of Wilson's Creek. Carol White · Civil War: ...

C Stevenson Article

flag_second__sixth_regiment_infantry_missouri_csa_obverse-jpg.jpg. The 1864 battle ...

CIVIL War Confederate General Francis Cockrell Historic Autographs Appomattox Sp

Arms and equipment would be again a mixed bag of civilian hunting / game rifles and shotguns, pre-war militia weapons, captured federal arms and equipment, ...

Born in May 1832 near Warrensburg, Missouri, Jeremiah Cockrell joined the Missouri State Guard when the Civil War began, and served as an officer in the 8th ...

... Civil War Book Hound. Gen Francis M. Cockrell


Deep Cut: The Western & Atlantic Railroad's tracks go through the Allatoona Pass. Most of the fighting took place on the plateau to the left.

Shelby's Missouri Raid

Battle of Hartville

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George Trefts

1861 Military Civil War Battle Boonville Missouri Lyon Ward Illus Cover Cov585

Military Heritage January 2017

CIVIL War Confederate General Francis Cockrell Historic Autographs Appomattox Sp

Hugh A. Garland, Colonel, First Missouri Confederate Infantry, Camp Jackson Regiment. America Civil WarConfederate States ...

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Francis Cockrell


Antique Pewter Civil War Era Whistle - Click to Enlarge Image

Civil War Series. The Campaign for Vicksburg

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Civil War Action Around Latimer's Farm Marker

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History of the First and Second Missouri Confederate Brigades: 1861-1865. And,

Apparently, the Yankee quoted above was correct in his assessment of damage done to the man, as Abraham was helped to his feet, bruised but otherwise ...

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Francis Preston Blair Jr.


They testify to the bravery of the legendary First Kansas Colored in Indian Territory, the first black unit to engage the Confederates (Bates County, ...

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Stephen D. Lee

The War In Their Words: 'I Thought I Had Received My Death Stroke'

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