About the Battle

Little attention has been paid nationally to the Battle of Mansfield or the Red River Campaign, perhaps because it was the last decisive Confederate victory at a time when the United States Civil War was winding to an end. Perhaps it was just too far from the center of activity and the capital cities of the United States and the Confederacy, Washington, D.C., and Richmond, Virginia.

The Battle of Mansfield was fought on April 8, 1864, just south of the town of Mansfield, Louisiana. The battle was part of the Red River Campaign, a Union effort to wrest control of the Red River and capture the City of Shreveport. Shreveport was the Confederate capital of Louisiana, a busy river port with an active cotton economy, the site of military industry, including ship and submarine construction, and the head of the Texas Trail. The capture of Shreveport would have allowed Union forces to enter Texas and crush the supplies moving from Texas, Mexico and western points to supply Confederate forces in the east.

The Battle of Mansfield saw the defeat of Union forces under the command of General Nathaniel Banks by Confederate forces commanded by General Richard Taylor. It was the last major Confederate victory of the Civil War.

Check out the Orders of Battle to determine what troops were involved in the Battle of Mansfield and Red River Campaign. The Orders of Battle document was provided by Gary Dillard Joiner, director, Red River Regional Studies Center, Louisiana State University in Shreveport, and president of the Friends of the Mansfield Battlefield.

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Orders of Battle

Orders of Battle for the Red River Campaign
Operations in Louisiana, March–May 1864

Confederate Forces

General Edmund Kirby Smith commanding the Army of the Trans-Mississippi

Maj. Gen. Richard Taylor commanding the District of Western Louisiana

Headquarters Escort Company (Louisiana Cavalry)—Capt. Joseph Benjamin

Unattached—2nd Battalion Louisiana Reserves

First Infantry Division

Maj. Gen. John G. Walker

First Brigade—Brig. Gen. Thomas N. Waul
12th Texas Infantry—Col. Overton C. Young
18th Texas Infantry—Col. Wilburn H. King
22nd Texas Infantry—Col. Richard B. Hubbard
13th Texas Cavalry, Dismounted—Col. Anderson F. Crawford
Haldeman’s Texas Battery—Capt. Horace Haldeman

Second Brigade—Col. Horace Randal (promoted brigadier general April 13)
11th Texas Infantry—Col. Oran M. Roberts
14th Texas Infantry—Col. Edward Clark
28th Texas Cavalry, Dismounted—Lt. Col. Eli H. Baxter Jr.
6th (Gould’s) Texas Cavalry Battalion—Lt. Col. Robert S. Gould
Daniel’s Texas Battery—Capt. James M. Daniel

Third Brigade—Brig. Gen. William R. Scurry
3rd Texas Infantry—Col. Phillip N. Luckett (attached about April 15)
16th Texas Infantry—Col. George Flournoy
17th Texas Infantry—Col. Robert T. P. Allen
19th Texas Infantry—Col. Richard Waterhouse Jr.
16th Texas Cavalry, Dismounted—Col. William Fitzhugh
Edgar’s Texas Battery—Capt. William Edgar

First Division Artillery
Haldeman’s Texas Battery—Capt. Horace Haldeman
Gibson’s Battery
Daniel’s Texas Battery—Capt. James M. Daniel
Edgar’s Texas Battery—Capt. William Edgar

Second Infantry Division

Brig. Gen. Jean Jacque Alexandre Alfred Mouton (killed April 8), Brig. Gen. Camille Armand Jules Marie, Prince de Polignac

First Brigade—Col. Henry Gray
18th Louisiana Consolidated Infantry—Col. Leopold L. Armant (killed April 8), Lt. Col. Joseph Collins (promoted colonel)
28th Louisiana Infantry—Lt. Col. William Walker (killed April 8), Maj. Thomas W. Pool (promoted colonel)
Consolidated Crescent Regiment—(Louisiana) Regiment—Col. James Beard (killed April 8), Col. Abel W. Bosworth, Capt. William C. C. Claiborne, Jr.

Second Brigade—Brig. Gen. Camille J. Polignac, Col. James R. Taylor (killed April 8), Lt. Col. Robert D. Stone (killed April 8), Co. James E. Harrison
15th Texas Infantry—Lt. Col. James E. Harrison (promoted colonel April 15), Maj. John W. Daniel (promoted lieutenant colonel April 15)
17th Texas Consolidated Cavalry, Dismounted—Col. James R. Taylor, Maj. Thomas F. Tucker
22nd Texas Cavalry, Dismounted—Lt. Col. Robert D. Stone, Maj. George W. Merrick
31st Texas Cavalry, Dismounted—Maj. Frederick J. Malone
34th Texas Cavalry, Dismounted—Lt. Col. John H. Caudle

Artillery—Maj. Thomas A. Faeries
Confederate Regular Battery, Capt. John T. M. Barnes
Bell (La.) Battery—Capt. Thomas O. Benton
Boone’s Louisiana Battery (siege guns)—Lt. Maunsel Bennett
St. Mary (La.) Cannoneers—Capt. Florian O. Cornay (killed April 26), Lt. John B. Tarleton.

Second Division Artillery—Maj. Joseph L. Brent (promoted lieutenant colonel)
Reserve Battalion—Maj. Charles W. Squires
West’s Arkansas Battery—Capt. Henry C. West
Pelican (La.) Battery—Capt. B. Felix Winchester

Detachment, District of Arkansas

Brig. Gen. Thomas James Churchill

First Division

Brig. Gen. James C. Tappan

Tappan’s Brigade—Col. H. L. Grinstead
19th (Dawson’s) and 24th Arkansas Infantry—Lt. Col. William R. Hardy
27th and 38th Arkansas Infantry—Col. R G. Shaver
33rd Arkansas Infantry—Col. Hiram L. Grinstead
Etter’s Arkansas Battery—Capt. Chambers B. Etter
Gause’s Brigade—Col. Lucien C. Gause
26th Arkansas Infantry—Lt. Col. Iverson L. Brooks
32nd Arkansas Infantry—Lt. Col. William Hicks
36th Arkansas Infantry—Col. James M. Davie
[? 39th Arkansas Infantry—Col. James W. Rogan?]
Marshall’s Arkansas Battery—Capt. John G. Marshall

Second Division

Brig. Gen. Mosby M. Parsons

First Brigade—Brig. Gen. John B. Clark Jr.
8th Missouri Infantry—Col. Charles S. Mitchell
9th Missouri Infantry—Col. Richard H. Musser
Ruffner’s Missouri Battery—Capt. Samuel T. Ruffner

2nd Brigade—Col. Simon P. Burns
10th Missouri Infantry—Col. William M. Moore
11th Missouri Infantry—Lt. Col. Thomas H. Murray
12th Missouri Infantry—Col. Willis M. Ponder
16th Missouri Infantry—Lt. Col. Pleasant W. H. Cumming
9th Missouri Battalion Sharpshooters—Maj. Lebbeus A. Pindall
Lesueur’s Missouri Battery—Capt. Alex A. Lesueur

Cavalry Corps

Brig. Gen. Thomas Jefferson Green (killed April 12), Brig. Gen. Hamilton P. Bee, Maj. Gen. John A. Wharton

First Division

Brig. Gen. Hamilton P. Bee (relieved May 14), Brig. Gen. Arthur P. Bagby

Debray’s Brigade—Col. Xavier B. Debray (promoted brigadier general)
23rd Texas Cavalry—Col. Nicholas C. Gould (arrived April 9–10)
26th Texas Cavalry—Lt. Col. John J. Meyers
36th Texas Cavalry—Col. Peter C. Woods (arrived April 9–10)

Buchel’s Brigade—Col. Augustus C. Buchel (mortally wounded April 9), Col. Arthur P. Bagby (promoted brigadier general April 13), Col. Alexander W. Terrell
1st Texas Cavalry—Lt. Col. William O. Yager
35th (Likens’) Texas Cavalry—Col. James B. Likens, Lt. Col. James R. Burns (arrived April 9–10, detached to Sub-District of North Louisiana)
Terrell’s Texas Cavalry—Col. Alexander W. Terrell

First Division

Brig. Gen. James P. Major

Lane’s Brigade—Col. Walter P. Lane (wounded April 8), Col. George W. Baylor
1st Texas Partisan Rangers—Lt. Col. R. P. Crump, Maj. W. P. Saufley
2nd Texas Partisan Rangers—Col. Isham Chisum, Lt. Col. Crill Miller
2nd Regt., Arizona Brigade—Col. George W. Baylor, Lt. Col. John W. Mullen
3rd Regt., Arizona Brigade—Lt. Col. George T. Madison

Bagby’s Brigade—Col. Arthur P. Bagby, Col. William P. Hardeman, Lt. Col. George
J. Hampton, Lt. Col. Edward Waller Jr.
4th Texas Cavalry—Col. William P. Hardeman, Lt. Col. George J. Hampton, Maj. Charles Lesueur
5th Texas Cavalry—Maj. Hugh A. McPhaill
7th Texas Cavalry—Lt. Col. Philemon T. Herbert Jr. (promoted colonel; mortally wounded April 8), Lt. Col. Gustave Hoffman
13th Texas Cavalry Battalion—Lt. Col. Edward Waller Jr., Capt. W. A. McDade

Vincent’s Brigade—Col. William G. Vincent (operated independently)
2nd Louisiana Cavalry—Col. William G. Vincent, Maj. Winter O. Breazeale
4th (7th) Louisiana Cavalry—Col. Louis Bush

Horse Artillery—Maj. Oliver J. Semmes
Grosse Tete (La.) Flying Artillery Battery—Capt. John A. A. West
Gibson’s Texas Battery—Capt. William E. Gibson (arrived about May 10)
McMahan’s Texas Artillery Battery—Capt. Martin Van Buren McMahan
Moseley’s Texas Artillery Battery—Capt. William G. Moseley
Valverde (Tex.) Artillery Battery—Capt. Thomas D. Nettles

Louisiana State Guard
1st Louisiana Battalion Cavalry—Lt. Col. Benjamin W. Clark, Maj.Thomas J. Caldwell
2nd Louisiana Battalion Cavalry—Lt. Col. Henry M. Favrot

Miscellaneous

Harrison’s Louisiana Cavalry Battalion—Lt. Col. William Harrison
Red River Scouts (La.) Cavalry Battalion (two companies)—Capt. Willis A. Stewart
1st Trans-Mississippi Cavalry Battalion—Maj. Thomason J. Bird
King’s Louisiana Battery (siege guns)—Capt. Edward T. King
Crescent Artillery (Company A)—Capt. T. H. Hutton

Sub-District of North Louisiana -Operating East of Red River

Brig. Gen. St. John R. Liddell (relieved May 10), Col. Isaac F. Harrison

Harrison’s Brigade—Col. Isaac F. Harrison
3rd Louisiana Cavalry—Lt. Col. Francis W. Moore
4th Louisiana Cavalry—Col. A. J. McNeill
5th Louisiana Cavalry—Col. Richard L. Capers
8th Missouri Cavalry (detachment)—Lt. Col. Samuel J. Ward
35th (Likens’) Texas Cavalry—Col. James B. Likens, Lt. Col. James R. Burns

Artillery—Capt. T. Kinlock Fauntleroy
2nd Louisiana Heavy Artillery Battalion (siege guns)—Lt. Col. George W. Logan, Capt. Daniel Scully
Cameron’s Louisiana Battery (one section)—Lt. T. Jefferson Key
Battery H, 1st Mississippi Light Artillery Regiment (one section)—Lt. J. Wood Coleman

Union Forces

Major General Nathaniel Prentiss Banks, Commander Department of the Gulf

13th Army Corps (Detachment)

Brig. Gen. Thomas E. G. Ransom

Third Division

Brig. Gen. Robert A. Cameron

First Brigade—Lt. Col. Aaron M. Flory
46th Indiana Infantry—Capt. William M. DeHart
29th Wisconsin Infantry—Maj. Bradford Hancock

Second Brigade—Col. William H. Raynor
24th Iowa Infantry—Maj. Edward Wright
28th Iowa Infantry—Col. John Connell
56th Ohio Infantry—Capt. Maschil Manring Artillery
1st Missouri Light Artillery, Battery A—Lt. Col. Elisha Cole
Ohio Light Artillery, 2nd Battery—Lt. William H. Harper

4th Division

Col. William J. Landram

First Brigade—Col. Frank Emerson
77th Illinois Infantry—Lt. Col. Lysander R. Webb
67th Indiana Infantry—Maj. Francis A. Sears
19th Kentucky Infantry—Lt. Col. John Cowan
23rd Wisconsin Infantry—Maj. Joseph E. Greene

Second Brigade—Col. Joseph W. Vance
130th Illinois Infantry—Maj. John B. Reid
48th Ohio Infantry—Lt. Col. Joseph W. Lindsey
83rd Ohio Infantry—Lt. Col. William H. Baldwin
96th Ohio Infantry—Lt. Col. Albert H. Brown Artillery
Indiana Light Artillery, 1st Battery—Capt. Martin Klauss
Chicago Mercantile Battery—Lt. Pinkney S. Cone

19th Army Corps

Maj. Gen. William B. Franklin

First Division

Brig. Gen. William H. Emory

First Brigade—Brig. Gen. William Dwight
29th Maine Infantry—Col. George L. Beal
114th New York Infantry—Lt. Col. Henry B. Morse
116th New York Infantry—Col. George M. Love
153rd New York Infantry—Col. Edwin P. Davis
161st New York Infantry—Lt. Col. William B. Kinsey

Second Brigade—Brig. Gen. James W. McMillan
15th Maine Infantry—Col. Isaac Dyer
160th New York Infantry—Lt. Col. John B. Van Petten
47th Pennsylvania Infantry—Col. Tilghman H. Good
13th Maine Infantry—Col. Henry Rust Jr.

Third Brigade—Col. Lewis Benedict (killed April 9)
30th Maine Infantry—Col. Francis Fessenden
162nd New York Infantry—Lt. Col. Justus W. Blanchard
173rd New York Infantry—Col. Lewis M. Peck
165th New York Infantry—Lt. Col. Gouverneur Carr Artillery
1st Delaware Battery—Capt. Benjamin Nields
Battery L, 1st U.S. Artillery—Lt. Franck E. Taylor
1st Vermont Battery—Capt. George T. Hebard

Cavalry Division

Brig. Gen. Albert L. Lee

First Brigade—Col. Thomas J. Lucas
14th New York Cavalry—Maj. Abraham Bassford
16th Indiana Mounted Infantry—Lt. Col. James H. Redfield
2nd Louisiana Mounted Infantry—Maj. Alfred Hodsdon

Third Brigade—Col. Harai Robinson
1st Louisiana Cavalry (U.S.)—Maj. Algernon S. Badger
87th Illinois Mounted Infantry—Lt. Col. John M. Crebs

Fourth Brigade—Col. Nathan A. M. “Goldlace” Dudley
2nd Illinois Cavalry—Maj. Benjamin F. Marsh Jr.
3rd Massachusetts Cavalry (31st Massachusetts Mounted Infantry)—Lt. Col. Lorenzo D. Sargent
2nd New Hampshire Cavalry (8th New Hampshire Mounted Infantry)—Lt. Col. George A. Flanders

Fifth Brigade—Col. Oliver R Gooding
18th New York Cavalry, Companies K and D—Capt. William Davis
3rd Rhode Island Cavalry (detachment)—Maj. George R Davis
2nd New York Veteran Cavalry (?)—Col. Morgan H. Chrysler

Artillery
Rawles’s Battery (Battery G, 5th U.S. Light Artillery)—Lt. Jacob B. Rawles
6th Missouri Cavalry, Howitzer Battery—Capt. H. H. Rottakan
2nd Battery (B) Massachusetts Light Artillery—Capt. Ormand F. Nims

16th Army Corps, Army of the Tennessee

Brig. Gen. Andrew J. Smith
Also under Smith’s command was the Provisional Division of the 17th Corps and the Mississippi Marine Brigade.

First Division

Second Brigade—Col. Lucius F. Hubbard
47th Illinois Infantry—Col. John D. McClure
5th Minnesota Infantry—Maj. John C. Becht
8th Wisconsin Infantry—Lt. Col. John W. Jefferson

Third Brigade—Col. Sylvester G. Hill
35th Iowa (nonveterans 8th and 12th Iowa attached)—Lt. Col. William B.Keeler
33rd Missouri (nonveterans, 11th Missouri attached)—Col. William H. Heath

Third Division

Brig. Gen. Joseph A. Mower

First Brigade—Col. William F. Lynch
58th Illinois Infantry—Maj. Thomas Newlan
119th Illinois Infantry—Col. Thomas J. Kinney
89th Indiana (nonveterans, 52nd Indiana attached)—Col. C. D. Murray

Second Brigade—Col. William T. Shaw
14th Iowa Infantry—Lt. Col. Newbold
27th Iowa Infantry—Col. James J. Gilbert
32nd Iowa Infantry—Col. John Scott
24th Missouri (nonveterans, 21st Missouri attached)—Maj. Robert W. Fyan

Third Brigade—Col. Risdon M. Moore
49th Illinois Infantry—Thomas W. Morgan
117th Illinois Infantry—Lt. Col. Jonathan Merriam
178th New York—Col. Edward Wehler

Artillery 3rd Indiana Battery—Capt. James M. Cockefair
9th Indiana Battery—Capt. George R. Brown

17th Corps

Detached to Brig. Gen. A. J. Smith (16th Corps)

Second (Provisional) Division
Brig. Gen. Thomas Kilby Smith

First Brigade—Col. Jonathan B. Moore
41st Illinois Infantry—Col. John M. Nale
3rd Iowa Infantry—Lt. Col. James Tullis
33rd Wisconsin Infantry—Maj. Horatio H. Virgin

Second Brigade—Col. Lyman M. Ward
81st Illinois Infantry—Lt. Col. Andrew W. Rogers
95th Illinois Infantry—Col. Thomas W. Humphrey
14th Wisconsin Infantry—Capt. Carlos M. G. Mansfield

Artillery
1st Missouri Light Artillery, Battery M—Lt. John M. Tiemeyer

Mississippi Marine Brigade

Brig. Gen. A. W. Ellet

Infantry Regiment—Col. Charles R. Ellet

Cavalry Battalion—Maj. James M. Hubbard

Corps d’Afrique—U.S. Colored Troops

First Division

First Brigade—Col. William Dickey
73rd Regiment USCT—Col. Chauncey J. Bassett, Maj. Hiram E. Perkins
75th Regiment USCT—Col. Henry W. Fuller
84th Regiment USCT—Col. James H. Corrin
92nd Regiment USCT—Col. Henry N. Frisbie, Lt. Col. John C. Chadwick

Engineer Brigade—Col. George D. Robinson
97th Regiment USCT—Lt. Col. George A. Harmount
99th Regiment USCT—Lt. Col. Uri B. Pearsall

Garrison Troops—holding Alexandria that did not actively participate in the campaign farther north but were sent to Grand Ecore as reserves after the battles of Mansfield and Pleasant Hill:

19th Army Corps

Maj. Gen. William B. Franklin

Second Division

Brig. Gen. Cuvier Grover

Second Brigade—Col. Edward L. Molineaux
13th Connecticut Infantry—Col. Charles D. Blinn
1st Louisiana Infantry—Col. William O. Fiske
90th New York Infantry (three companies)—Maj. John C. Smart
159th New York Infantry—Lt. Col. Edward L. Gaul

Third Brigade—Col. Jacob Sharpe
38th Massachusetts Infantry—Lt. Col. James P. Richardson
128th New York Infantry—Col. James Smith
156th New York Infantry—Capt. James J. Hoyt
175th New York Infantry—(three companies) Capt. Charles McCarthey

Artillery
7th Massachusetts Battery—Capt. Newman W. Storer
26th New York Battery—Capt. George W. Fox
Battery F, 1st U.S. Artillery—Lt. Hardman P. Norris
Battery C, 2nd U.S. Artillery—Lt. John I. Rodgers

Cavalry
3rd Maryland Cavalry—Col. C. Carroll Tevis

Reinforcements ordered to Alexandria from Texas following the battles of Mansfield and Pleasant Hill. They did not actively participate in the campaign farther north than Alexandria and did not participate in the battles of Mansura and Yellow Bayou.

13th Army Corps

Maj. Gen. John A. McClernand

First Division

Second Brigade—Brig. Gen. Michael K. Lawler
49th Indiana— Lt. Col. James Keigwin
69th Indiana—Lt. Col. Oran Perry
34th Iowa—Col. George W. Clark
22nd Kentucky—Col. George W. Monroe
16th Ohio—Lt. Col. Philip Kershner

Operations in Arkansas, April–May 1864

Confederate Forces

Lt. Gen. (later Gen.) Edmund Kirby Smith, Department Commander and Commander of the Army of Arkansas

District of Arkansas—Maj. Gen. Sterling Price
Escort—14th Missouri Cavalry Battalion—Maj. Robert C. Woods

Fagan’s Cavalry Division

Brig. Gen. James F. Fagan

Cabell’s Brigade—Brig. Gen. William L. Cabell
1st Arkansas Cavalry—Col. James C. Monroe
2nd Arkansas Cavalry—Col. T. J. Morgan
4th Arkansas Cavalry—Col. A. Gordon
7th Arkansas Cavalry—Col. John F. Hill
Trader’s Regiment of Arkansas State Troops—Col. W. H. Trader
Gunter’s Arkansas Cavalry Battalion—Lt. Col. T. M. Gunter
Blocher’s Arkansas Battery

Crawford’s Brigade—Col. William A. Crawford
2nd Arkansas Cavalry—Capt. O. B. Tebbs
Crawford’s Arkansas Cavalry Regiment—Col. William A. Crawford
Wright’s Arkansas Cavalry Regiment—Col. J. C. Wright
Poe’s Arkansas Cavalry Battalion—Maj. J. T. Poe
McMurtrey’s Arkansas Cavalry Battalion—Maj. E. L. McMurtrey

Dockery’s Brigade—Brig. Gen. Thomas P. Dockery
18th Arkansas Mounted Infantry
19th Arkansas (Dockery’s) Mounted Infantry—Lt. Col. H.G.P. Williams
20th Arkansas Mounted Infantry
12th Arkansas Mounted Infantry Battalion (Sharpshooters)

Artillery
Hughey’s Arkansas Battery—Capt. W. M. Hughey

Marmaduke’s Cavalry Division

Brig. Gen. John S. Marmaduke

Greene’s Brigade—Col. Colton Greene
3rd Missouri Cavalry—Lt. Col. L. A. Campbell
4th Missouri Cavalry—Lt. Col. William J. Preston
8th Missouri Cavalry—Col. William L. Jeffers
10th Missouri Cavalry—Col. Robert R. Lawther
Harris’s Missouri Battery—Capt. S. S. Harris

Shelby’s Brigade—Brig. Gen. Joseph O. Shelby
1st Missouri Battalion Cavalry—Maj. Benjamin Elliot
5th Missouri Cavalry—Col. B. Frank Gordon
11th Missouri Cavalry—Col. M. W (or V). Smith
12th Missouri Cavalry—Col. David Shanks
Hunter’s Missouri Regiment—Col. DeWitt C. Hunter
Collins’s Missouri Battery—Capt. Richard A. Collins

Maxey’s Cavalry Division

Brig. Gen. Samuel B. Maxey

Gano’s Brigade—Col. Charles DeMorse
29th Texas Cavalry—Maj. J. A. Carroll
30th Texas Cavalry—Lt. Col. N. W. Battle
31st Texas Cavalry—Maj. Michael Looscan
Welch’s Texas Company—Lt. Frank M. Gano
Krumbhaar’s Texas Battery—Capt. W. Butler Krumbhaar

Second Indian Brigade—Col. Tandy Walker
1st Choctaw Regiment—Lt. Col. James Riley
2nd Choctaw Regiment—Col. Simpson W. Folsom

First Infantry Division—Department of Arkansas

Brig. Gen. Thomas James C. Tappan

Tappan’s Brigade—Col. Hiram L. Grinstead
19th (Dawson’s) and 24th Arkansas Infantry—Lt. Col. William R. Hardy
27th and 38th Arkansas Infantry—Col. R. G. Shaver
33rd Arkansas Infantry—Col. Hiram L. Grinstead
Etter’s Arkansas Battery—Capt. Chambers B. Etter

Gause’s Brigade—Col. Lucien C. Gause
26th Arkansas Infantry—Lt. Col. Iverson L. Brooks
32nd Arkansas Infantry—Lt. Col. William Hicks
36th Arkansas Infantry—Col. James M. Davie
[? 39th Arkansas Infantry—Col. James W. Rogan?]
Marshall’s Arkansas Battery—Capt. John G. Marshall

Second Division

Brig. Gen. Mosby M. Parsons

First Brigade—Brig. Gen. John B. Clark Jr.
8th Missouri Infantry—Col. Charles S. Mitchell
9th Missouri Infantry—Col. Richard H. Musser
Ruffner’s Missouri Battery—Capt. Samuel T. Ruffner
Second Brigade—Col. Simon P. Burns
10th Missouri Infantry—Col. William M. Moore
11th Missouri Infantry—Lt. Col. Thomas H. Murray
12th Missouri Infantry—Col. Willis M. Ponder
16th Missouri Infantry—Lt. Col. Pleasant W. H. Cumming
9th Missouri Battalion Sharpshooters—Maj. Lebbeus A. Pindall
Lesueur’s Missouri Battery—Capt. Alex A. Lesueur

Walker’s Texas Division
Maj. Gen. John G. Walker

First Brigade—Brig. Gen. Thomas N. Waul
12th Texas Infantry—Col. Overton C. Young
18th Texas Infantry—Col. Wilburn H. King
22nd Texas Infantry—Col. Richard B. Hubbard
13th Texas Cavalry, Dismounted—Col. Anderson F. Crawford
Haldeman’s Texas Battery—Capt. Horace Haldeman

Second Brigade—Brig. Gen. Horace Randal
11th Texas Infantry—Col. Oran M. Roberts
14th Texas Infantry—Col. Edward Clark
28th Texas Cavalry, Dismounted—Lt. Col. Eli H. Baxter Jr.
6th (Gould’s) Texas Cavalry Battalion—Lt. Col. Robert S. Gould
Daniel’s Texas Battery—Capt. James M. Daniel

Third Brigade—Brig. Gen. William R Scurry

3rd Texas Infantry—Col. Phillip N. Luckett
16th Texas Infantry—Col. George Flournoy
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17th Texas Infantry—Col. Robert T. P. Allen
19th Texas Infantry—Col. Richard Waterhouse Jr.
16th Texas Cavalry, Dismounted—Col. William Fitzhugh

Union Forces

Maj. Gen. Frederick Steele, Commander, Department of Arkansas and the Army of Arkansas

Headquarters Escort
Co. D., 3rd Illinois Cavalry—Lt. Solomon M. Tabor
Co. H., 15th Illinois Cavalry—Capt. Thomas J. Beebe

Third Division

Brig. Gen. Frederick Salomon

First Brigade—Brig. Gen. Samuel A. Rice
50th Illinois Infantry—Lt. Col. Thomas H. Benton Jr.
29th Iowa Infantry—Col. Thomas H. Benton Jr.
33rd Iowa Infantry—Maj. Hiram D. Gibson
9th Wisconsin Infantry—Col. C. E. Salomon

Second Brigade—Col. William E. McLean
43rd Indiana Infantry—Maj. Wesley M. Norris
36th Iowa Infantry—Col. Charles W. Kittredge
77th Ohio Infantry—Col. William B. Mason

Third Brigade—Col. Adolph Engelmann
43rd Illinois Infantry—Lt. Col. Adolph Dengler
40th Iowa Infantry—Col. John A. Garrett
27th Wisconsin Infantry—Col. Conrad Krez
Artillery—Capt. Gustave Strange
Battery E, 2nd Missouri Light Artillery—Lt. Charles Peetz
Springfield Illinois Light Artillery (Vaughn’s Illinois Battery)—Lt. Charles W. Thomas
Company F, 9th Wisconsin Infantry (Voegele’s Wisconsin Battery)—Capt. Martin Voegele

Frontier Division

Brig. Gen. John M. Thayer

First Brigade—Col. John M. Edwards
1st Arkansas Infantry—Lt. Col. Elhanon H. Searle
2nd Arkansas Infantry (eight companies)—Maj. Marshall J. Stephenson
18th Iowa Infantry—Capt. William M. Duncan
2nd Battery, Indiana Light Artillery—Lt. Hugh Espey

Second Brigade—Col. Charles W. Adams
1st Kansas Colored Infantry—Col. James M. Williams
2nd Kansas Colored Infantry—Col. Samuel J. Crawford
12th Kansas Infantry—Lt. Col. Josiah E. Hayes
1st Battery, Arkansas Light Artillery—Capt. Denton D. Stark

Third (Cavalry) Brigade—Lt. Col. Owen A. Bassett
2nd Kansas Cavalry—Maj. Julius G. Fisk
6th Kansas Cavalry—Lt. Col. William T. Campbell
14th Kansas Cavalry—Lt. Col. John G. Brown

Cavalry Division

Brig. Gen. Eugene A. Carr

Co. B., 13th Illinois Cavalry—Capt. Adolph Bechand
3rd Iowa Cavalry (detachment)—Lt. Franz W. Arnim
1st Missouri Cavalry (eight companies)—Capt. Miles Kehoe
2nd Missouri Cavalry—Capt. William H. Higdon

3rd Brigade—Col. Daniel Anderson
10th Illinois Cavalry—Lt. Col. James Stuart
1st Iowa Cavalry—Lt. Col. Joseph W. Caldwell
3rd Missouri Cavalry—Maj. John A. Lennon

Garrison Troops at Pine Bluff

Col. Powell Clayton

18th Illinois Infantry—Lt. Col. Samuel B. Marks
1st Indiana Cavalry (eight companies)—Maj. Julian D. Owens
5th Kansas Cavalry (ten companies)—Lt. Col. Wilton A. Jenkins
7th Missouri Infantry—Maj. Henry P. Spellman
28th Wisconsin Infantry—Lt. Col. Edmund B. Gray