In May of 1864 General Stand Watie and his Cherokee troops disabled and captured the Union steamboat J.R. Williams as it was carrying supplies up the Arkansas River from Fort Smith to Fort Gibson. The steamboat drifted back on a sandbar, and the Cherokees captured the supplies and took them to their families and relatives who were near starvation in southeastern Oklahoma.
Stand Watie was the last Confederate general to surrender in the Civil War.
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