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Pea Ridge

The Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas March 7-8, 1862.... See all eleven images!
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Cannon Duel
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Cannon Duel
For over two hours four guns of the 1st Iowa Battery slugged it out with 21 guns of the Missouri State Guard on opposing ridges north of the Elkhorn Tavern on March 7. Lieutenant Samuel Black, 1st Iowa Artillery 1st Missouri Confederate
City of Soldiers
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City of Soldiers
Union General Samuel R. Curtis had accomplished his goal of pushing the pro-confederate Missouri State Guard, under the command of Major General Sterling Price, out of Missouri and into Arkansas on February 16, 1862. Stricklers Station...
Confederate Sunset
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Confederate Sunset
At dusk on March 7, 3,000 men of the Missouri State Guard charged across Samuel Ruddick’s cornfield hoping to break the union line along the south edge of the field. Private Asa Payne, 3rd Missouri Infantry, 1st Missouri Brigade CSA
Digging In
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Digging In
All through the day and night of March 6, 1862 Union General Samuel R. Curtis’s army labored in the freezing conditions to turn tree covered bluffs into a hilltop fortress complete with rifle pits and artillery emplacements.
Not Another Bull Run
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Not Another Bull Run
Osterhaus set out with portions of the 3rd Iowa cavalry, 1st and 5th Missouri Cavalry and 3 guns of the 1st Missouri Flying Battery. Forces rushed toward Twelve Corner Church. Colonel Nicholas Greusel, 36th Illinois Infantry, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division
On The Battery
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On The Battery
Elkhorn Tavern on March 7, 1862. Te 1st Missouri Brigade that was led by Colonel Henry Little. 1st Missouri Brigade that was led by Colonel Henry Little. Sgt. Jacob Platt, 9th Regiment, Iowa Volunteer Infantry
Sigel Takes Aim
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Sigel Takes Aim
The Battle of Pea Ridge Knowing that Curtis would need all the man power he could get, and that half of Curtis’s army were German emigrants, Major General Henry Halleck... Private Asa Payne, 3rd Missouri Infantry, 1st Missouri Brigade CSA
That Beautiful Charge
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That Beautiful Charge
March 8: General Curtis’s Army of the Southwest, had lost 1,384 men at Pea Ridge. Most of these men were from various units of Eugene Carr’s 4th division; particularly the 4th and 9th Iowa Infantry. Captain Eugene Payne, 37th Illinois Infantry
The Enemy is Behind Us
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The Enemy is Behind Us
A courier arrived at Curtis’s headquarters to inform him of the presence of Confederate troops along the Bentonville Detour and Ford Road near Twelve Corner Church and behind Curtis’s army.Lieutenant George Currie, 59th Illinois Infantry
The Pea Ridge Collection
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The Pea Ridge Collection
Pea Ridge National Military Park; Elkhorn Tavern. A collection of all eleven images. Cannon Duel, Digging In, Confederate Sunset, Sigel Takes Aim, On the Battery, Van Dorn's Headquarters...
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Two Generals Die
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Two Generals Die
After pushing a small group of Federals from Foster’s field, Confederate Brigadier General Ben McCulloch decided to move his army... “We must not let the men know that General McCulloch is killed.” Lieutenant Benjamin Pixley, 16th Arkansas Infantry
Van Dorn's New Headquarters
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Van Dorn's New Headquarters
two couriers brought word of the defeat of McCulloch’s half of the army at Leetown and that the survivors were marching around Elkhorn Mountain to join Van Dorn. Major General Sterling Price, commanding Missouri State Guard
     
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