The Louisiana 1st Infantry Battalion [also called 2nd Infantry Battalion, 1st Special Battalion and Wheat's Tigers] was formed at Camp Walker, near New Orleans, Louisiana, in May, 1861, with five companies. Most of the men were military adventurers who were experienced fighters. It moved to Virginia and saw action at First Manassas, then was assigned to R. Taylor's Brigade and fought in Jackson's Valley Campaign and later the Seven Days' Battles. During the summer of 1862 the battalion disbanded.
Robert A. Harris
Chatham R. Wheat
Major Chatham R. Wheat
Jackson's Valley Campaign
Seven Day's Battles
Company A, "Walker Guards"
Company B, "Tiger Rifles"
Company C, "Delta Rangers"
Company D, "Catahoula Guerrillas"
Company E, "Old Dominion Guard"
Company F, "Wheat's Life Guards"
Booth - Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Louisiana Confederate Commands
Crute - Units of the Confederate States Army
Sifakis - The Compendium of the Confederate Armies
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