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Battle of Bayou Bourbeux

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Battle of Bayou Bourbeux
Part of the American Civil War
Battle-of-Grand-Coteau-1863.jpg

Attack on the Sixtieth Indiana.
Frank Leslie, artist
DateNovember 3, 1863
Location
Result Confederate victory
Belligerents
 United States of America  Confederate States of America
Commanders and leaders
United States Stephen Burbridge Confederate States of America Thomas Green
Units involved
United States XIII Corps Confederate States of America Green's Division
Strength
1,625 6,000
Casualties and losses
26 killed, 124 wounded, 566 missing 22 killed, 103 wounded

The Battle of Bayou Bourbeux also known as the Battle of Grand Coteau, Battle of Boggy Creek[1] or the Battle of Carrion Crow Bayou (Carencro is the Cajun French word for buzzard), which is present day Carencro Bayou, was fought in southwestern Louisiana west of the town of Grand Coteau, during the American Civil War.

The engagement was between the forces of Confederate Brigadier General Thomas Green and Union Brigadier General Stephen G. Burbridge.[2]

Battle

Under orders from Major General Richard Taylor, Green launched the attack on the Union camp after receiving three infantry regiments on November 2, 1863. These regiments were led by Colonel Oran M. Roberts.

Lieutenant William Marland of the 2nd Massachusetts Battery earned the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions during this battle.

The Federals reported casualties of 26 killed, 124 wounded, and 566 captured or missing. The Confederates admitted a loss of 22 killed and 103 wounded.[3]

Notes

  1. ^ Blessington, Joseph Palmer (1875). The Campaigns of Walker's Texas Division. p. 139. Retrieved 29 August 2016.
  2. ^ "Report of Brigadier General Stephen G. Burbridge, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division, of engagement at Bayou Bourbeau". Ohio State University. Retrieved 29 August 2016.
  3. ^ Dimitry & Harrell 1899, p. 105.

References

  • The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate armies. Series 1, Volume 26 (Part I). United States War Department, 1889, Government Printing Office. See Official Records of the American Civil War.
  • Dimitry, John; Harrell, John M. (1899). Confederate Military History: Louisiana and Arkansas. 10. Atlanta, Ga.: Blue & Gray Press.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
  • Colonel Oran M. Roberts Report, Battle of Bayou Bourbeux, November 3, 1863, Louisiana History, edited by Alwyn Barr, VI, No 1 (Spring 1965), pp 83–91
  • Winters, John D. (1963). The Civil War in Louisiana. LSU Press. ISBN 0-8071-0834-0.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
  • Yankee Autumn In Acadiana

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