THIRTEENTH REGIMENT KANSAS VOLUNTEER CAVALRY
In August,  the regiment was again attached to the force of Gen. Blunt, and in pursuit of the rebel Gens. Cooper, Cabell and Stand-Waitie, in Missouri and Arkansas, marched during the month over 400 miles. After the pursuit was abandoned, the brigade to which the Thirteenth was attached moved to Webber's Falls, C. N., on the Arkansas River, remaining about two weeks. It then marched to Scullyville, also in the Cherokee Nation, performing outpost and scout duty until the 6th of November, when it marched to Van Buren, Ark., and went into winter quarters.
FOURTEENTH REGIMENT KANSAS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
The Fourteenth remained at Fort Smith, engaged in picket, scout and escort duty, until the latter part of February, 1864, when, under command of Maj. J. G. Brown, it was ordered on an expedition into the Choctaw country, which was originally designed to effect a junction at North Fork Town, with a force from Fort Gibson under Col. Phillips, and thence march to make a united attack on the enemy in the vicinity of Boggy Depot, Cherokee Nation. On reaching North Fork Town, orders were received from headquarters at Fort Smith, for six companies to return to that post under Maj. Brown, Companies B, K, L and M accompanying the force of Col. Phillips. The latter companies being the only cavalry battalion with his command, served as vanguard on the advance, and rear-guard on the retreat of Col. Phillip's force