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David Alexander, age twenty-two, enlisted on June 15, 1861, in Company G, 1st Arkansas Mounted Rifles, at Fort Smith, Arkansas. The next day he was elected a second lieutenant. Shortly afterward, Alexander fatally stabbed one of his enlisted men in an altercation and was cashiered from the army.

Lieutenant David Alexander, Company G, Arkansas Mounted Rifles (CSA)

Freemasonry is operative. A. Pike, The meaning of masonry  Introduction Albert Pike was a Masonic thinker and a reformer of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Pike is known not only for his wo…

Albert Pike and his vision of Masonry

Degree Scottish Rite Freemason Albert Pike, known as the Great Grandfather of American Freemasonry, admitted that Freemasonry is a search for light and that that light is Lucifer, aka Satan, in his book Morals and Dogma.

Edward Porter Alexander is most famously known as the Confederate artillery commander before Pickett's Charge, but he was far more than that. Among other things, he was a founder of the Confederate Signal Corps., was the first man to send a long distance message in battle via aerial telegraphy, was one of the first men to ever fly in an aircraft, serving as an aeronaut in the Confederate observation balloon "Gazelle", and created the first anti-aircraft battery.

Edward Porter Alexander was the Confederate artillery commander before Pickett's Charge

Ambrotype of Triple Armed soldier. Most likely Southerner Confederate.

Ambrotype of Triple Armed soldier. Most likely Southerner Confederate.

[Captain Daniel Turrentine of Company G, 12th Arkansas Infantry Regiment, in full officers' uniform with musket] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr

[Captain Daniel Turrentine of Company G, Arkansas Infantry Regiment, in full officers' uniform with musket] (LOC) by The Library of Congress.

Brigadier General Thomas P. Dockery started off the war in command of the 5th Infantry Regiment, Arkansas State Troops, which he led at Wilson's Creek. He was later put in command of the 19th Arkansas Infantry Regiment. Following his capture at Vicksburg and later parole, Dockery was promoted to brigadier general. He returned to Arkansas and assumed command of a brigade, which he led during the Camden Expedition.

Brigadier General Thomas P. Dockery started off the war in command of the

Franklin J. Anderson died in the Civil War near New Madrid, MO. He was in Co. F, 12th Arkansas Infantry

Franklin J. Anderson -Died Near New Madrid, MO. F, Arkansas InfantryArkansas had initially voted to remain in the Union. But after Lincoln called for troops from every Union state to put down the rebellion after the capture of Fort.

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