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46764Re: 1st Louisiana Scouts

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  • wh_keene
    Jul 8 9:37 AM
      Another possible source:

      http://www.uark.edu/~uaprinfo/titles/sp06/haynes_narrative.html

      --- In civilwarwest@yahoogroups.com, "wh_keene" <wh_keene@...> wrote:
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      > The 1st Louisiana Battalion Cavalry Scouts was a short-lived US unit organized in spring 1864 from loyalists/ant-confederates. You can find some information in Louisianians in the Civil War By Lawrence L. Hewitt, Arthur W. Bergeron.
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      > If you are looking for a CSA unit, perhaps its the 1st Louisiana State Guards Cavalry or the Red River Scouts.
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      > --- In civilwarwest@yahoogroups.com, "Dale" <phoenixrd929@> wrote:
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      > > I am searching for information regarding the 1st Louisiana Scouts in the Red River Campaign. So far, all I have found is an online article on texasescapes.com, and a grave marker at Campground Cemetery in Wilda Community, Rapides Parish, Louisiana, that is inscribed STEPHEN HERRING CO. A 1ST LA SCOUTS,and the marker is a US marker, not CSA. Also there are 4 CSA graves in the cemetery. There is no date of death or any other information on the marker.
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