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 Confederate Inland Waterways mail to and from Arkansas Minimize

Inland Waterways mail during the Confederacy is scarce anywhere, and very scarce to and from Arkansas. I have seen very few covers for this list.

Updated 2013-02-28

 Confederate IW Covers to and from Arkansas Minimize
 Boat NameSorted By Boat Name In Ascending OrderDateOrigin/DestinationRiver(s)CommentCover Image & Source
Judge Fletcher, Regular New Orleans & Arkansas River Packet186x-May 30From Monroe LA to Hampton, ARMississippi, ArkansasOrnate envelope with all-over printed boat name, ms "Soldier's letter 3rd Ark" and "10"Judge Fletcher NO & Arkansas River Packet Monroe LA to Hampton Ark JMilgram Collection 5-8-11.jpg
M Relf, From Steamer1862-04-19to Washington AROuachitaOval Hsp with "FROM/STEAMER/M. RELF), ms "Sr M Relf"M Relf, Steamer 1862-04-19 to Washington AR RKaufman_Sale46_Lot514.jpg
M. Relf, Steamer1862-04-12New Orleans/Washington ArkansasOuachitaText only from auction catalogM Relf, Steamer 1862-04-12 to Washington AR text only SothebyPB Sale S-26 Lot123.jpg
Steamer Planter1861Unknown to New OrleansArkansas, MississippiFrom Rumsey Catalog "Leaves on Thursday, March 7 at 6 P.M. for Arkansas River. For Fort Smith, Van Buren, Ozark, Roseville, Sprada Bluff, Norristown, Dardanelle, Lewisburg, Little Rock, Pine Bluff, New Vanceny and all way and plantation landings in the Bends - The superior and swift-running passenger packet Planter, C.V. Wells, master. For freight or passage apply on board.". Planter, Steamer to NO served Arkansas River SRumsey Sale 77Lot1071.jpg
Tahlequah, Steamer1861-12-13Red Fork Ark/Not statedArkansasPrinted Bill of Lading. Text Only.Tahlequah Steamer 1861-12-13 Bill of Lading SPB4090 Lot633 text only.jpg