Saturday, March 29, 2008

The Battle of Cane Hill, Arkansas


One of the least known major events of the Civil War in the West, the Battle of Cane Hill was fought on November 28, 1862, in Washington County, Arkansas.
The engagement involved more than 7,000 men and nearly forty pieces of artillery. Although it is often relegated to the status of a preliminary episode of the Battle of Prairie Grove, the Battle of Cane Hill was a significant encounter in its own right.
Although there is no battlefield park at Cane Hill, many areas associated with the battle can be seen. If you are interested in learning more, please visit www.exploresouthernhistory.com/ARCaneHill.

2 comments:

Mike said...

Wow, a very nice blog. I read them all. Unfortunitly, we only travel south to visit family in Florida. I bet the next time we go we will be looking up some of the sites you mentioned! Thanks for sharing with us. I do a travel blog that covers the U.S. and other countries. Please visit http://mikestraveltips.blogspot.com
Mike

Dale said...

Mike, Thanks for the kind words!