The Battle of Island #10 was also known as the Siege of Island #10 as well as the Battle of New Madrid, MO. The island itself is in Tennessee, lying in the Mississippi River near the Tennessee/Kentucky border.
Date: February 28 – April 8, 1862
Location: Mississippi River, at Kentucky-Tennessee border; near New Madrid, Missouri
Result: Union victory
United States United States (Union)
- John Pope & Andrew H. Foote
- Army of the Mississippi & Western Gunboat Flotilla (6 gunboats, 11 mortar rafts)
- 23 killed
- 50 wounded
- 5 missing
Confederate States of America CSA (Confederacy)
- John P. McCown & William W. Mackall
- Garrisons of New Madrid and Island No. 10 (approx. 7,000)
- 30 killed & wounded
- 7,000 surrendered
- New Madrid, Mo. — 5th Iowa, 59th Ind., 39th and 63d Ohio, 2d Mich. Cav., 7th Ill. Cav. — Union 1 killed, 3 wounded.
- New Madrid, Mo. — 10th and 16th Ill., 27th, 39th, 43d and 63d Ohio, 3d Mich. Cav., 1st U. S. Inft., Bissell's Mo. Engineers. — Union 50 wounded. — Confed. 100 wounded.
- Island #10 -- Military units: Maj.-Gen. Pope's command and the Navy, under Flag-officer Foote.
- Losses: Confederacy 17 killed, 3,000 prisoners