That was a very interesting web site. Someone has done an excellent job
My ggg uncle, Lt. Frederick Price was with Gen. Price when he made his raid.
My ggg grandfather was Lt. Fielding Price (brother to Frederick) of the CSA 1st Arkansas Cav. under Dobbins. They were also called guerrillas and hated by the Union forces is what I have been told. He was captured in eastern Arkansas in Nov. of 1864, never shipped north and died in the Yankee Prison in Little Rock on Feb. 1, 1865 from smallpox. He left a widow and a houseful of children with one on the way who was born a month after his daddy died. The family was never allowed to claim the body either because he died with a disease.
Your site shows how bad it was in Missouri and to my way of thinking it was not as bad in Arkansas, but just nearly.
Thanks for sharing.
Linda T. Acrey