38th Mississippi Infantry Home Page

  Sections of this page have been updated on July 11, 2004

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Welcome to the web page of the

38th Mississippi Infantry/Mounted Infantry

 In Sept. of 1863 during the battle of Chickamauga, General D. H. Hill, upon witnessing the well performed maneuver by some Southern troops, asked General Longstreet whose infantry they were. The reply was, "Why that is not infantry at all but General Forrest's Cavalry corps."

The war. . . . has tended, more than any other event in the history of the country to militate against the jeffersonian idea, that "the best government is that which governs least."

Governor Richard Yates - Illinois, January 2, 1865.

Please note that all reenactor information, such as membership, or an illustrated version of Hardee's Infantry Manual can be found on the web page of the

 22nd Louisiana Infantry, Company A.

Perseverance Guards.

Please check back often for information about the 22nd's new web page.

  The Morris ~ Cox ~ Pace feud

Read about the feud which took place between former members of the 38th Mississippi Infantry after the war. This site is very informative, and entertaining. It also contains the only known surviving uniform piece used by a member of the 38th Mississippi Infantry.

Thanks to Chris Watts, webmaster of the Morris, Cox, pace feud webpage. 


 The following links are for the history that I have found concerning the 38th Mississippi.

historical links & documents.

Jefferson Davis

Jim Bazo as Confederate President Jefferson Davis

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