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Civil War battles in arkansas

March 6, 1862
March 8, 1862
Battle of Pea Ridge [US]
Battle of Elkhorn Tavern [CS]
  Earl Van Dorn
  Sterling Price
June 17, 1862 Battle of St. Charles
Battle of White River
July 7, 1862 Battle of Hill's Plantation Arkansas
November 28, 1862 Battle of Cane Hill
Battle of Boston Mountains

James Blunt [US] defeats John Marmaduke [CS]
December 7, 1862 Battle of Prairie Grove
Battle of Fayetteville

Thomas Hindman [CS] attacks Francis "Frank" Herron [US] advancing from Wilson's Creek in an attempt to defeat him before joining James Blunt's [US] men. Blunt reached the Confederate line just as Herron was considering withdrawal, resulting in a Union victory
January 10, 1863
January 11, 1863
Battle of Arkansas Post
Battle of Fort Hindman

General John McClernand [US] defeats Brigadier General T. J. Churchill [CS] at Fort Hindman or Arkansas Post. Defending the outpost on the Arkansas River, 5,000 Confederates are surrounded by a force of 50,000 Union troops, and a U. S. Naval squadron under the command of Admiral David Porter. The Navy silenced the Confederate artillery and McClernand attacked, gaining the outer walls. The Confederates then surrendered.
  John A. McClernand
  First Vicksburg Campaign
  William Tecumseh Sherman
May 1, 1863
May 2, 1863
Battle of Chalk Bluff Arkansas
September 1, 1863 Battle of Devil's Backbone (Backbone Mountain) Arkansas
September 10, 1863 Battle of Bayou Forche (Little Rock) Arkansas
October 25, 1863 Battle of Pine Bluff Arkansas
April 3, 1864
April 4, 1864
Battle of Elkin's Ferry Arkansas
April 9, 1864
April 10, 1864
Battle of Prairie D'ane

Moving south through Arkansas, General Frederick Steele engages Confederate forces before being driven back to Little Rock
  Red River Campaign
April 18, 1864 Battle of Poison Spring

Sterling Price [CS] and John Marmaduke [CS] raid US supply wagons heading for Grand Ecore to relieve Nathaniel Banks [US] failed expedition. After heavy fighting the federals were forced to withdraw
  Red River Campaign
  Sterling Price
  Nathaniel Banks
April 30, 1864 Battle of Jenkin's Ferry Arkansas
June 6, 1864 Battle of Old River Lake Arkansas
July 4, 1864 Battle of Helena Arkansas
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