I am a map nut. Can't help myself. I have a digital copy of the 1863 map of the Atchafalaya Basin made for General Banks. This is a large file. It shows the ferries and post offices, but not the Rebel Camp. The camp was found on a map titled Sterling Plantation and Vicinity. I also have digital copies of the 1862 Military Map of Part of Louisiana as well as The Official Military Atlas of the CW, but the detail in both is not as good as the Bank's map.
If you have copies of old Louisiana maps of this area besides those mentioned, I would truly appreciate a copy if you are prone to give out that type of info. Let me know and I will send you my email address.
I am attending the BRCWRT Symposium in April. My plan is to locate the church cemetery where the men killed at Yellow Bayou were buried, if it still exists. I am a trustee of the cemetery where Capt Joseph Wier of the 12th Texas is buried. Initially, he was buried at the church in Louisiana after the battle. I have notes somewhere about the name of this church, but would appreciate any assistance in locating the cemetery if it still exists.