The (II) Bayou Teche Campaign

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The Bayou Teche Campaign was a series of military engagements in Bayou Teche in Louisiana. Union commander Nathaniel P. Banks endeavored to drive back the Confederate forces in western Louisiana and gain a foothold into eastern Texas. The campaign lasted from October 3-November 30, 1863.

  • It is also referred to as the Western Louisiana Campaign and Operations in Teche Country
  • Note: The list of counties in which this campaign takes place is not complete

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  • LaFourche Crossing
  • Capture of Brashear City
  • Donaldsonville II
  • Kock's Plantation
  • Stirling's Plantation