Engagement at St. Charles, Arkansas

1. Engagement at St. Charles - Encyclopedia of Arkansas
2. St. Charles, Arkansas - Wikipedia
3. Battle of Saint Charles - Wikipedia
4. THE FIGHT IN ARKANSAS. - The Attack on the Rebel Batteries at St. Charles, on the White River Casualties from the Explosion on the Mound City The Charge of the Indianians, and c. - Front Page - NYTimes.com

(3-97) North view of Confederate Battery site from SH-1 White River Bridge. The silo occupies the site of the battery
Site Marker: Engagement at St. Charles: Here on June 17, 1862 a Federal fleet of eight vessels attempted to force its way upstream past Confederate shore defenses commanded by Captain Joseph Fry. The Confederates disabled the Union gunboat Mound City with heavy casualties before their positions were overrun by troops of the Forty-sixty Indiana volunteers. The cannon shot which put the Mound City out of action has been described as the most destructive single shot fired in the Civil War
Monument at center of intersection of Broadway and Arkansas. The monument is dedicated to the men on both sides who were killed in the gunboat-shore battery engagement

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