U.S. Army Campaigns of the Civil War
CMH Pub 75-3, Paper
2015; 60 pages, maps, illustrations, further readings
GPO S/N: 008-029-00592-1
If the Civil War had a "forgotten theater," it was the Trans-Mississippi West. Starting in 1861 with the Lincoln administration's desire to maintain control of the far west, The Civil War in the Trans-Mississippi Theater, 1861–1865, covers battles in New Mexico, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas, including Pea Ridge in March 1862 and Pleasant Hill in April 1864. The Red River Expedition and Price's Raid are also covered. The narrative places these campaigns and battles in their strategic context to show how they contributed to the outcome of the war.
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