Arkansas 1st (Crawford's) Cavalry Regiment



 


  • HISTORICAL NOTES:

      The Arkansas 1st (Crawford's) Cavalry Regiment was formed during the spring of 1863 as a battalion, but two additional companies were soon added to bring it up to regimental strength. It served in W.A. Crawford's and W.F. Slemon's Brigade and fought at Poison Spring and Marks' Mills, then was active in Price's Expedition to Missouri. The unit was included in the surrender of the Trans-Mississippi Department.

  • OFFICERS:

      Colonel William A. Crawford, Lieutenant Colonel D. L. Kilgore, and Major J. W. Walker.

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    Hooker, Col. Charles E.
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    The Civil War in Arkansas
     
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    Historical Sketch and Roster of the AR 1st Cavalry Regiment
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    Arkansas Civil War Soldiers Index
     
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