In addition to those references others have already posted, there is a letter which can be found in "The War of the Rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies", in Confederate Correspondence, Mo., Ark., Kans., Ind. T., and Dept. N. W., Chapter 25, pages 919 - 921, written on November 2, 1862 to Major General Holmes, Commander Trans-Mississippi Department, from S. S. Scott.
And there is a another description based on the Diary of William "Caddo Bill" Williams (W. G. Williams) found on pages 649 - 650 in "James Cox, Historical and Biographical Record of the Cattle Industry and Cattlemen of Texas and Adjacent Territory" (St. Louis: Woodward and Tiernan Printing Co., 1895). It can be found as part of the Dr. Hugh H. Monroe collection housed in the Nora Sparks Warren Memorial Library in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma.
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