Battle of Bayou Bourbeux
|Battle of Bayou Bourbeux|
|Part of the American Civil War|
Attack on the Sixtieth Indiana.
Frank Leslie, artist
|United States of America||Confederate States of America|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Stephen G. Burbridge||Thomas Green|
|Casualties and losses|
|26 dead||42 dead|
The Battle of Bayou Bourbeux also known as the Battle of Grand Coteau, Battle of Boggy Creek or the Battle of Carrion Crow Bayou (Carrion Crow is the Cajun French word for buzzard), which is present day Carencro Bayou, was fought in southwestern Louisiana west of the town of Grand Coteau, during the American Civil War.
Under orders from Major General Richard Taylor, Green launched the attack on the Union camp after receiving three infantry regiments on November 2, 1863. These regiments were led by Colonel Oran M. Roberts.
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- "Report of Brigadier General Stephen G. Burbridge, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division, of engagement at Bayou Bourbeau". Ohio State University. Retrieved 29 August 2016.
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- Yankee Autumn In Acadiana
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- Confederate Mass Grave Historical Marker
- Lithograph of "Battle of Grand Coteau, La., November 3rd, furious attack on the Sixtieth Indiana, Colonel Owen, Frank Leslie, Famous Leaders and Battle Scenes of the Civil War, University of South Florida.
- Personal narrative from State Journal correspondent November 9, 1863, Wisconsin Historical Society.