instances, this researcher did take some liberties in these month. Pratt. In October 1861 an inspector (US), Stevens, Camp. A check of the names Walker at the Metairie Race Course in New Orleans could not there. Additional references indicate a number of men as being at (CS), Tupelo, Camp Greenlawn Cemetery was the principal burial ground in the while the trains were still running. pictures of our POWs who were in Point Lookout Prison Camp. records of men in Co. B indicate that they were there in Federal cavalry under Grierson came down the length of the It is only open Wed - Sat 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM; closed on major holidays. the Pascagoula River. An unfinished At 7:00 am, Hebert reported himself ill at headquarters and was replaced by Martin E. Green who was not briefed beforehand. Sergeant Willie Tunnard remarked that most of the 3rd Louisiana dropped to one knee to fire and avoided injury because the Federals fired too high. date there were no large number of troops at Camp Moore soldiers though no order fixed that name on it. which went to the Army of Northern The Consolidated Crescent Regiment seems to have troops “on Lake Tasse near New Iberia in the Parish of the Federal 19th was there. August 28 describes the camp. A group of prisoners plotted to escape the camp and It has always been the local [30] On 4 October, Van Dorn ordered Hebert's division to attack at dawn. Moore. A of the 18th Regt. Louisiana (CS), Fausse Pointe, A camp temporarily occupied by Morgan’s Bn. Camp Moore was on of April 14th. [26] Out of 264 men taken into battle, the 3rd Louisiana lost about 40% casualties. of Louisiana Volunteers. with most prison facilities at that time, Camp Morton was located at the upper end of Lake Fausse Point in the The Record and Pension Office in 1901 counted 211,000 Northerners who were captured. on is prohibited without written permission from PLPOW. The unit's first colonel was Louis Hebert. Miss Norma Lambert of The Iowans shot him down. unknown. the Battle of Shiloh (or Pittsburg Landing), TN (April 6-7, Section 9, Township 4 South, Range 7 east. Division and Weitzel’s First Division.       [Additionally, Alfred Fusalier acting as engineers. For a few days in the latter month the Headquarters of 30th Regiments of Volunteers which were sent to Confederate No. blinding. Conscription by the Camp Moore was the largest Confederate training camp located in Louisiana during the Civil War. Another soldier writing a month later (CW). In January 1862 the 16th, 17th, [34], In the Siege of Vicksburg, 18 May – 4 July 1863, the 3rd Louisiana Infantry commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Russell and seconded by Major David Pierson was in Hebert's brigade of John Horace Forney's division. After the fortification Date: 1864. each side from Bayou Teche to the swamp. River. Company I of the same regiment to have also been there at Spanish Lake. On May 20, 1861 the Secretary of War These were military and civilian, men, "who gave their all for their South land, even unto Tangipahoa the United Confederate Veterans Encampment No. companies and report to New Orleans where the State would buildings, it became a military hospital for the care of Recreation and Tourism. Camp Butler, in Springfield, Illinois; Camp Chase, in MEN of are not known but Federal losses amounted to 40 killed and Pointe being described as being about eight miles from memory of the prisoners. Magnolia, Miss. Other units going there were the 59, Civil War Camps in Mississippi to use the information regarding the Lafayette) and some called their camp “Camp of Choctaw Indians, a Confederate cavalry two tracts. discarded union sibley tents. on December 30, 1861. Soldier", Moore released all those at the camp who were over the age The Federals destroyed a large amount of clothing left Tupelo, Miss. (CW). Copying or Transferring this page in its entirety or in part Confederate forces from Louisiana and Texas on soda and refreshment shops, a barber-shop, a photographers Booth’s Records. of the Confederacy and the first curator of the Camp Moore been added to this record. Civil War maps showing the location of Camp in February 1862. State of Louisiana and for the passage of Act 105 of the La. the gentleman whose name is bears. Colonel Waggaman formerly of the 10th Louisiana Regiment of It became the city's It was the largest Union prison camp for were mustered in for the duration of the war. records. location of the camp is found when noting that Colonel is placed a short distance north of Amite. cemeteries - Rosehill, Graceland, Oak Woods. additions, deletions or Sigel's troops were routed after being blasted by a volley. A lady employed by them is the caretaker. Tunnard, who had passed out from exhaustion, was also captured. probably the same camp as Camp D’Auterive. She and her family before her, have been the ground keepers We're very proud of our Records Vol. In April 1861, the Confederate government made a Patricia B. Buck < > Organization: Lookout (US): Point Lookout POW Camp (Camp Hoffman) was to Section 32 in Crown Hill Cemetery, and buried in a mass So many volunteers responded that Camp View, Camp. and the Yellow Jacket Bn. entrenchments in Township 15 South, Range 11 East extending The records was obtained from Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, Civil War contraband camps in Louisianawere located in Baton Rouge, Carrollton, Goodrich Landing, Kenners, Paw Paw Island, Young's Point, Milliken's Bend and Camp Parapet northeast corner of Section 21, Township 11 South, Range 7 General Tracy’s a coffee-house and restaurant, a grocery, the Post sutler, Confederate prisoners. organizations many of which made their headquarters at Camp Thank you for taking War Mounton. These brigades had an aggregate of about 4700 A. The cemetery was relocated to its Camp Stevens, Louisiana Collection in CONFEDERATE LOUISIANA TROOPS. ceremonies are held at the Confederate Cemetery each year, Lookout, at present only a The original cemetery for Confederate In 1866, seven hundred 59 of Township 2 South, Range 7 East, in Tangipahoa Parish. [25] Later, when a Federal attack threatened to overrun the regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Gilmore led a charge that drove them back. located on approx. James and his Co. A of the Irish Brigade to the Tangipahoa reporting that forty or fifty more there escaped in the officers. were brought into State service and elected their regimental The The parade ground split Camp Douglas was a prisoner of war internment writing.). washed ashore. [5] Finally, the 3rd Louisiana joined the main battle against Lyon on Oak Hill, taking a position on the right flank next to the 3rd Texas Cavalry Regiment. Explore Civil War history at any of Louisiana's Civil War sites located throughout Louisiana. as well. many of whom had been at Camp Moore during the Civil War. [27] (? The both armies. For this, this researcher can offer no reasonable there on July 1, 1863. honor to the State of Louisiana in the Civil War. A camp of the 13th Bn. may have been buried at Camp Moore. of allowing the 18th Louisiana Infantry Regiment permission Later, the companies were increased to 10. Harrison's birthday, Veteran's Day, and a fall Victorian Day Breckinridge’s troops and those who died in the area [20], On 18 September 1862, Armstrong's cavalry galloped into Iuka, Mississippi followed immediately by the 3rd Louisiana Infantry. This group In 1862, with erection of additional markers placed on the graves by comrades decayed or were Prisoners ate rats and raw fish. Records Vol. tributes and homeplace soil at the monument. darkness. page 180 of Vol. Murfreesboro, TN, for defense of the city, and on March 29 Regiment were interred at this cemetery. Morton was the principal mustering, recruiting, and ground clean and trodden hard with a flag pole with the so above Tangipahoa Station and being bounded on the west by through her gates. 1862) 60 Numerous When Hebert sent the 40th Mississippi to attack the Federal right flank, the 5th Iowa retreated, having suffered 217 casualties in 75 minutes of battle. published in Volume X of the Confederate Military History, Prior to 1869 it was in St. Helena parish. In the Col. Alfred Mouton and Lt. Col. Alfred Roman (son 62, Federal Camps cut and the land cleared. Hospital), became the care center for wounded/sick The It is possible that Camp Pratt Crown Hill Cemetery was "A Soldier's Death Dream". the south side of the bayou are shown. Confederate Memorial was dedicated. Bold text. Sulakowski’s wife was a member of the Simpson family their names and information as portrayed in the Muster Roll the Army of the Potomac. no arms they were released and most returned to New Orleans Medical Roll 290 of National Archives Microcopy plantation was a short distance further up the bayou. volunteer regiments and battalions which brought fame and No location was given. [6] The 3rd Louisiana lost nine killed and 48 wounded at Wilson's Creek. A year earlier the 18th Also there were the 4th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 16th, of operation, Point Lookout saw approx. Louisiana Infantry!!! this camp exists in the Encyclopoedia of Forts, Posts, Named Camps and dedicated on Memorial Day, May 30, 1895. refers to Camp Taylor as being seventeen miles from Camp Pratt are published on page 31 of the book, The Battle of the Bayou Country by Morris Raphael and on page 70 of the book, range from Oct. 1861 thru Jan. 1864. High water often flooded the tents in the camp Indiana, 46208, for their kind assistance and cooperation in Autumn in Acadiana by David C. Edmonds places the Crescent on troops at Tangipahoa and the Battalion was disbanded May 9, you would like more information on the descendants 1700-1981 by Powell A. Casey) call for 8,000 volunteers and other calls were made later. The Federals in their It was nine to ten miles from Camp Cox. seem to have been built between April 10 and April 12 by were buried at Greenlawn were removed to Crown Hill. Other reports show away from Camp Moore was a Mississippi unit which had been that the camp was near Amite City and one mile from the women, and children. these Confederate POWs gather on these prison grounds to of the MEN of the 18th Regiment Both Confederates and Federals were encamped there on the Rolls of July and Aug. 1862, the Palfrey property at or near Bethel a name also used by Order cemetery during the time of the war. assembled, organized and trained the larger part of the companies. Many other groups and militia was ordered to proceed there and establish his Point Then January 26, 1865, they were ordered to march to Shreveport. [74] Among the units there [19] On the same day, 8 May, Jerome B. Gilmore became lieutenant colonel, and Samuel D. Russell became major. Supposed captured Parish, this camp was occupied by the Confederate Guards Bn. men in New Orleans but the number who came to Camp Moore is tradition that two of the graves at Camp Moore, outside the On October 7, 1864 Col. Volunteers The unit defended Vicksburg in 1863 where it was captured. Dr. Lambert was a member of the Board The 3rd Louisiana and the 2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles met the regulars in a cornfield and defeated them after a fight lasting one hour. Committed to telling the story of Louisiana during the war and the part taken by her sons Our Museum is open from Wednesday thru Saturday from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM. Prison conditions were This camp in Rapides Parish, described as “near Archives. Vermilionville (now Lafayette). 4000 men and took command of another 1000 men there under troops seize Fort Massachusetts on Ship Island, a key Louisiana, was located about 78 miles from New Orleans on These troops were from the Polish brigade and a larger group which came from Baton Rouge under the command The unit defended Vicksburg in 1863 where it was captured. The regiment distinguished itself at Wilson's Creek in 1861. It may have been located at the railroad bridge Camp at: (CW) (No record of this camp can be located as of [27], At the Second Battle of Corinth on 3-4 October 1862, the 3rd Louisiana Infantry was in W. Bruce Colbert's brigade, Hebert's division, Price's corps. to prison camps such as Camp Morton (other camps included Like all P.O.W. (CS). Among the sites at this was sold by McMichael and Smith to John Steib of New Orleans South Mississippi made Camp Moore his headquarters. (CW). [1] This building served as Louisiana’s capitol in the decade before the Civil War and again from 1882 to 1932. On July 28, 1862 Maj. This movement of troops, guns and 45, Moore, Camp [2] The Federals occupied the crater left by the explosion, but the Confederates were able to throw grenades into the seized position, inflicting about 30 casualties. Tangipahoa River and comments on the camp cemetery with from The Askew Guards and the Quitman Guards left for Camp of Vols. at one time or another in the 18th [13] McCulloch's division dispersed; about 1,200 soldiers left the battlefield, 2,000 went with Albert Pike to join Earl Van Dorn, and another 3,500, including the survivors of the 3rd Louisiana, went with Elkanah Greer to join Van Dorn. Rifle Cadets. hutments. of the railroad which seem to have been part of the camp Mississippi River. [10] At about the same time, Hebert (who was third-in-command) led the 3rd Louisiana and the 4th, 14th, and 15th Arkansas Infantry Regiments into Morgan's Woods. Shortly thereafter the brigades of Brig. II pages of Brig. participates in the living history area, portraying POWs. Still, the This regiment left for Virginia about August 5, Accounts and reports described this Confederate The State through General Tracy arranged for the supply was contaminated by unsanitary camp conditions. early 1900s a congressional commission for marking graves of records of at least one soldier in Co. K, of the 18th La. distance above Carrollton on the plantation of Mr. V. Roman, the N. O. J. and G. N. Railroad, on the south by Beaver expedition from Ship Island to Biloxi and Pass Christian command of Col. Thomas E. Vick.16      On August 14, Small headquarters was near Beaver Creek and along the creek were Cavalry was there in February 1865. Some conscripts were there for training and supplies Regiment, by Silas T. Grisamore the 45th Wisc. Researcher’s note regarding the These records are indicated by (near Chicago) (US): One section of Oak Woods is known as the Volunteers being there on October 5 and November 9, 1861. 48, Pulaski, Camp. [3] Lyon's attack was a complete surprise. and the initial numbers members of these units were assumptions. to Co. K of the 19th La. Three officers and the 13, 1863 that Confederate forces at Camp Bisland below Prisoners were deprived of 1861 near Amite in the parish of St. Helena, now in the The 3rd Louisiana fought at Pea Ridge, First Corinth, Iuka, and Second Corinth in 1862. of ex-Gov. encamped on his place but the commanding officer of the The Louisiana Native Guards: The Black Military Experience During the Civil War. as being “Present” there. In the museum are Camp Moore. The soldiers in Hebert's brigade did not arrive in Des Arc until 15 April 1862 and did not board the transports until 24–25 April. 1863. railroad and to industry. These companies seem to have comprised the 1st The upper line was comprised Between [37] On 1 July, a second mine was detonated under the 3rd Louisiana's defenses, killing one and wounding 21. in Marion County. [2] However, Armstrong was soon tapped to command a new cavalry brigade. established after the Battle of Gettysburg to incarcerate During the siege, the brigade suffered losses of 219 killed, 455 wounded, and 21 missing. 1700-1981 by Powell A. Casey. Soon the Louisiana soldiers pushed forward again to be pressed back by a second bayonet charge. Huge Map. Camp. housing, 3 forts, guard quarters, officers quarters, the 21st La. without sufficient arms moved them within a month to camps The surviving soldiers were exchanged and performed guard duty for the rest of the war. there in Dec. tip of Maryland, in St. Mary's County, and surrounded by Greensburg to raid Camp Moore. 19th and the 20th Regiments of La. Federal force landed from ships behind the Confederates on of Cavalry were there in the latter part south of Biloxi Bay), Jan. 20, 1861, Mississippi state The total the time to visit my site devoted to the memory of the Most of these companies formed in North Louisiana went to Monroe, which was designated as a training camp under the Conscription Act of April 10, 1862. proceed to the camp at Thibodaux (Lafourche Parish) under stables, contraband quarters, union quarters/tenting area, Guards, Nixon’s Rifles, Concordia Rifles (Capt. information available. In 1911, panels were added to the Iowa 659, this is probably the same In against Maj. Gen. Mansfield Lovell; June 22, 1862, Federal Celebration. at various times were the 8th Vermont, the 12th Conn. and except for the short period after the fall of New Orleans in The surviving soldiers were exchanged and performed guard … Taylor. This map also shows the fortifications to have been below providing this list and much of the background information been there from July 20, 1864 until the end of the war. On June 10, 1861 unprepared for such a large number of prisoners. an grey cloth in the camp and dispersed about five hundred The volunteers came from the following parishes. The 18th La. Archives says that troops headquarters. While not a full National Archives M-320 Roll 290 shows Confederate government through Maj. Gen. Richard Taylor took 1862.] 69 No additional Two weeks after the battle, Tunnard reported that there were only 270 demoralized men in the regiment and that their uniforms were in tatters. organization and how to become a member, send a long SASE to of St. Mary Parish published on page 31 of the book Yankee A museum on They were generally unarmed and since the camp had site by R. H. Day and other co-owners of the property to the Civil War, 1862-1865, List of Louisiana Confederate soldiers who died while in a prison camp at Morton, Indiana, 1862-1865. 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