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Pat Cleburne as a young man in Helena, Arkansas.

Pat Cleburne as a young man in Helena, Arkansas.

Patrick Cleburne memorial at Helena, Arkansas

Patrick Cleburne memorial at Helena, Arkansas

Helena, Arkansas by fearlessvk, via Flickr

Helena, Arkansas by fearlessvk, via Flickr

Moses Caldwell 16th Arkansas infantry. Company B Moses was captured in port Hudson, Louisiana and after release walked back to shoal creek (new Blaine) Arkansas barefoot. Over 400 miles   My ggg grandfather  That FLAG is part of my heritage! You can't take that southern pride from me! No racism here! It's who I am!

Moses Caldwell 16th Arkansas infantry. Company B Moses was captured in port Hudson, Louisiana and after release walked back to shoal creek (new Blaine) Arkansas barefoot. Over 400 miles My ggg grandfather That FLAG is part of my heritage! You can't take that southern pride from me! No racism here! It's who I am!

Soldier of the 12th Arkansas Infantry

Soldier of the 12th Arkansas Infantry

Cpt. J. M. Dean, 7th Arkansas Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

Cpt. J. M. Dean, 7th Arkansas Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

Young Confederate, Alabama Cavalry. The pistol is almost bigger than he is.

Young Confederate, Alabama Cavalry. The pistol is almost bigger than he is.

Thomas Bolding enlisted in Company G, 24th Arkansas Infantry, on June 19, 1862, at Camden, Union County, Arkansas. He was listed as absent without leave on December 31, 1862. Interestingly, James A. Bolding and George W. Bolding, both from Union County, Arkansas, enlisted in Company G, 24th Arkansas Infantry on June 18 and July 4, 1862, respectively; they were also listed as being absent without leave on December 31, 1862. It is quite possible that the three Boldings are brothers or…

Thomas Bolding enlisted in Company G, 24th Arkansas Infantry, on June 19, 1862, at Camden, Union County, Arkansas. He was listed as absent without leave on December 31, 1862. Interestingly, James A. Bolding and George W. Bolding, both from Union County, Arkansas, enlisted in Company G, 24th Arkansas Infantry on June 18 and July 4, 1862, respectively; they were also listed as being absent without leave on December 31, 1862. It is quite possible that the three Boldings are brothers or…

Pvt. Cicero Davis, Company G, "Columbia Guards", 6th Arkansas Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

Pvt. Cicero Davis, Company G, "Columbia Guards", 6th Arkansas Infantry - Confederates killed and wounded at Shiloh - Gallery - Shiloh Discussion Group

David Owen Dodd is one of the best known Civil War figures in Arkansas history. During the war, 17-year-old Dodd was in southern territory and went into federally occupied Little Rock on a business errand for his father. On his way back to South Arkansas troops at a Federal checkpoint found a notebook in his shoe which contained Morse code in Dodd’s own handwriting a detailed and perfectly accurate list of all the Union forces in Little Rock. Dodd was arrested and convicted by a…

David Owen Dodd is one of the best known Civil War figures in Arkansas history. During the war, 17-year-old Dodd was in southern territory and went into federally occupied Little Rock on a business errand for his father. On his way back to South Arkansas troops at a Federal checkpoint found a notebook in his shoe which contained Morse code in Dodd’s own handwriting a detailed and perfectly accurate list of all the Union forces in Little Rock. Dodd was arrested and convicted by a…

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