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Louisiana, State before Nov 6, 1860 - Feb 18, 1861
Louisiana, Seceded State Jan 26, 1861 - Feb 18, 1861
Louisiana, CS State Feb 18, 1861 - Jun 2, 1865
Louisiana, Occupied State May 1, 1862 - after Jun 25, 1865

Thomas O. Moore US/CS Governor, before Nov 6, 1860 - Jan 25, 1864
Louisiana election results: Douglas 7625 15.1%, Bell 20204 40%, Breckinridge 22681 44.9%, Nov 6, 1860

Louisiana seceded from the Union, Jan 26, 1861
CS Dept. of Number One created included southern Louisiana southern Mississippi and southern Alabama, May 27, 1861
CS Dept. Number Two created included areas adjacent to the Tennessee and Mississippi rivers, Jun 25, 1861
CS Dept. Number Two boundaries defined, Jul 4, 1861

US Dept. of The Gulf created including coastal Louisiana Mississippi and Alabama, Feb 23, 1862
Expedition to New Orleans, Mar 20, 1862 - May 1, 1862
Fort Jackson, battle, Apr 16, 1862 - Apr 24, 1862
New Orleans, US occupation, Apr 28, 1862 - May 1, 1862
Benjamin F. Butler US Military Governor, May 1, 1862 - Jun 2, 1862
CS Trans Mississippi Dept. created Arkansas transferred from Dept. Number Two Dept. of Texas discontinued and absorbed Dept. of The Indian Territory discontinued and absorbed western Louisiana transferred from Dept. Number One eastern Louisiana and Mississippi transferred from Dept. Number One to Dept. Number Two Dept. Number One discontinued, May 26, 1862
George F. Shepley US Military Governor, Jun 2, 1862 - Mar 4, 1864
Baton Rouge, battle, Aug 5, 1862
Donaldsonville, bombardment, Aug 9, 1862
CS Dept. of Mississippi and East Louisiana created Mississippi and eastern Louisiana transferred from Dept. Number Two, Oct 1, 1862
Georgia Landing, battle, Oct 27, 1862
Operations in LaFourche District , Oct 27, 1862
Kocks Plantation, battle, Nov 28, 1862

Vicksburg Campaign, Jan 10, 1863 - Jul 4, 1863
Fort Bisland, battle, Apr 12, 1863 - Apr 13, 1863
Irish Bend, battle, Apr 14, 1863
Vermillion Bayou, battle, Apr 17, 1863
Siege of Port Hudson , May 8, 1863 - Jul 9, 1863
Plains Store, battle, May 21, 1863
Port Hudson, Siege, May 27, 1863 - Jul 9, 1863
Millikens Bend, battle, Jun 7, 1863
Taylorís Operations in West Louisiana 1863, Jun 10, 1863 - Sep 29, 1863
La Fourche Crossing, battle, Jun 20, 1863 - Jun 21, 1863
Donaldsonville, battle, Jun 28, 1863
Goodrichs Landing, battle, Jun 29, 1863 - Jun 30, 1863
Port Hudson, Surrender, Jul 9, 1863
Stirlings Plantation, battle, Sep 29, 1863

Henry W. Allen CS Governor, Jan 25, 1864 - Jun 2, 1865
Red River Campaign, Feb 10, 1864 - May 22, 1864
Michael Hahn US Provisional Governor, Mar 4, 1864 - Mar 3, 1865
Fort De Russy, battle, Mar 14, 1864
Mansfield, battle, Apr 8, 1864
Pleasant Hill, engagement, Apr 9, 1864
Blairs Landing, battle, Apr 12, 1864 - Apr 13, 1864
Monetts Ferry, battle, Apr 23, 1864
Mansura, battle, May 16, 1864
Mansura, engagement, May 16, 1864
Yellow Bayou, engagement, May 18, 1864

James M. Wells US Provisional Governor, Mar 3, 1865 - after Jun 25, 1865
Louisiana Mississippi Alabama and Florida transferred from US Depts. Of the Cumberland South and Mississippi to Dept. of The Gulf, May 17, 1865
CS Trans Mississippi Dept. Surrendered, May 26, 1865
New Orleans, Trans-Mississippi Department surrender, May 26, 1865