Monthly Archives: May 2014

Camden Expedition: May 2, 1864

NEAR LITTLE ROCK, Ark. As the sun rose on May 2nd, the Union column was still on the road.  They had no rations, so there was no reason to stop. About 3:00pm, the column entered the Benton Road, and the … Continue reading

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Camden Expedition: May 1, 1864

NORTH of JENKIN’S FERRY, Ark. While the Battle of Jenkin’s Ferry was being played out on April 30th, Union General Steele sent General Carr’s Cavalry of 2000 troopers to Little Rock, along with the cavalry’s supply and ordinance wagons. During … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence: part 35

A NOVEL OF TRAVEL BACK IN TIME I walked over and sat down on the edge of the bed and put my head in my hands. I just sat there for a minute, trying to figure things out and getting … Continue reading

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