47th Arkansas Infantry (Mounted)

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1864 to 1865

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Confederate States of America

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CSA

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Mounted Infantry

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Fourth Battle of Boonville
Battle of Glasgow, Missouri
Battle of Sedalia
Second Battle of Lexington
Battle of Little Blue River
Second Battle of Independence
Battle of Byram’s Ford
Battle of Westport
Battle of Marais des Cygnes,
Battle of Mine Creek
Battle of Marmiton River
Second Battle of Newtonia

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46th Arkansas Infantry (Mounted)
48th Arkansas Infantry (Mounted)

The 47th Arkansas Infantry (Mounted) (1864–1865) was a Confederate Army Mounted Infantry regiment during the American Civil War. While authorized by the State Military Board as an infantry regiment, the unit was mounted for Price’s Missouri Expedition and was officially designated as mounted infantry. Due to its mounted status, the unit is sometimes referred to as the 47th Arkansas Cavalry when a numerical designation is used.[1] The unit is most often referred to as Crandell’s Arkansas Cavalry Regiment, after its commander Colonel Lee Crandell.

Contents

1 Organization
2 Battles
3 Surrender
4 See also
5 References
6 Bibliography
7 External links

Organization[edit]
In May 1864 General J. O. Shelby occupied Northeast Arkansas, well behind Union Army lines. In early June 1864, General Shelby commissioned Colonel Thomas Hamilton McCray, among others, to begin raising regiments in Northeast Arkansas. By June 13 Shelby reported to General Sterling Price that McCray’s efforts were bearing fruit.[2] McCray’s efforts led to the recruitment of at least three new regiments, the 45th, 46th and 47th Arkansas Infantry Regiments. These 40-series regiments consisted mostly of teenagers, conscripts, and absentees from existing units, all organized around a small cadre of veterans detailed from infantry regiments expected to be idle during the fall and winter.[3]
The decreasing availability of fodder for horses in 1864 led the Confederate Trans-Mississippi Department to prohibiit the raising of additional mounted regiments in Arkansas. However, when General Sterling Price received authorization to conduct a campaign in Missouri, some of the new regiments were mounted to accompany him. The 44th, 45th, 46th, 47th, and 48th officially became mounted infantry regiments. They were rarely referred to in repo
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