Military History: Battles of the 11th


Date of Organization: 18 October 1861
Date of Muster: 05 September 1865

Officers Killed or Mortally Wounded: 6
Officers Died of Disease or Accident: 4
Enlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded: 80
Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident: 283

Battles Fought
Battle at Bayou Lombrau, Louisiana
Battle at Friar’s Point, Mississippi
Battle at Grand Gulf, Mississippi
Battle at Pocahontas, Arkansas
Battle at Bayou Cache, Arkansas on 07 July 1862
Battle on 26 September 1862
Battle on 14 January 1863
Battle at Port Gibson, Mississippi on 01 May 1863
Battle at Black River Bridge, Mississippi on 17 May 1863
Battle at Vicksburg, Mississippi on 22 May 1863
Battle at Vicksburg, Mississippi on 23 June 1863
Battle at Jackson, Mississippi on 11 July 1863
Battle at Sabine Cross Roads, Louisiana on 08 April 1864
Battle at Fort Blakely, Alabama on 09 April 1865


Christopher Wehner is a Civil War historian with his M.A. in United States history emphasis the American Civil War. He is a published author with two books, numerous journal and digital media media publications to his credit. To contact chris, cwehner -at- soldierstudies .org

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