User:Hog Farm

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Hog Farm hails from Missouri
Hog Farm
Editor of the Week
for the week beginning December 6, 2020
User Hog Farm has been a Wikipedian for about a year and has been very busy. Last count was in Sept2020 with 45 GAs, 4 ACRs and a Featured article to their credit. The count deserves checking daily. They have managed to review over 200 GANs and are just as busy with ACR and FAC reviews, as well as "advanced Wikignoming", such as becoming a minor expert on WP:NGEO. An administrator in the making.
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Wikipedia is the only website where I use this username; if you see someone else with it on other sites; it's not me. Hog Farm Talk 15:05, 15 February 2022 (UTC)


  1. Battle of Wilson's Creek
  2. Batted ball
  3. Battle of Cane Hill
  4. J. Johnston Pettigrew
  5. Wilson's Creek National Battlefield
  6. Dayton Moore
  7. Battle of Blackburn's Ford
  8. Battle of Dry Wood Creek
  9. Battle of Prairie Grove
  10. Alex Gordon
  11. Battle of Poison Spring
  12. First Battle of Newtonia
  13. First Battle of Newtonia Historic District
  14. Mathew H. Ritchey House
  15. Battle of McDowell
  16. Battle of Caulk's Field
  17. Battle of Mine Creek
  18. Battle of Marmiton River
  19. 1st Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  20. 1st and 4th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Consolidated)
  21. 4th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  22. Landis's Battery
  23. Wade's Battery
  24. 6th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  25. Battle of Big Black River Bridge
  26. 3rd Missouri Light Battery
  27. Harris' Missouri Battery (1864)
  28. 10th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  29. 16th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  30. Battle of Grand Gulf
  31. 9th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  32. 2nd and 6th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Consolidated)
  33. 3rd Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  34. Slayback's Missouri Cavalry Regiment
  35. 2nd Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  36. 12th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  37. 5th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  38. 11th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  39. Bledsoe's Missouri Battery
  40. 1st Missouri Field Battery
  41. 8th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)
  42. Battle of Sedalia
  43. Battle of Marais des Cygnes
  44. Confederate Memorial State Historic Site
  45. 6th Delaware Infantry Regiment
  46. Second Battle of Newtonia Site
  47. Battle of Roan's Tan Yard
  48. Second Battle of Newtonia
  49. Brooks Pounders
  50. Second Battle of Lexington
  51. Marais des Cygnes Massacre Site
  52. Price's Lost Campaign: The 1864 Invasion of Missouri
  53. Battle of Glasgow, Missouri
  54. Fort Davidson
  55. Battle of Little Blue River
  56. Battle of Fort Davidson
  57. Nichols's Missouri Cavalry Regiment
  58. Shenandoah 1862
  59. 13th Missouri Cavalry Regiment (Confederate)
  60. Grant's Canal
  61. Battle of Raymond
  62. Battle of Jackson, Mississippi
  63. Alexander Bielaski
  64. Battle of Milliken's Bend
  65. Martensdale, California
  66. Second Battle of Independence
  67. Battle of Galveston Harbor (1862)
  68. Battle of Byram's Ford
  69. USS Indianola
  70. The Last Hurrah: Sterling Price's Missouri Expedition of 1864
  71. Henderson Hall Historic District
  72. CSS Pickens
  73. Battle of Arkansas Post (1863)
  74. Black Terror (ship)
  75. Battle of Hancock
  76. CSS Tuscarora
  77. Battle of St. Charles
  78. CSS Maurepas
  79. Marmaduke–Walker duel
  80. Battle of Bayou Meto
  81. USS Maria J. Carlton
  82. USS R. B. Forbes
  83. CSS Oregon
  84. CSS Carondelet
  85. CSS Baltic
  86. CSS Fredericksburg
  87. Daniel Sickles's leg
  88. Battle of Shepherdstown
  89. CSS Pamlico
  90. CSS Scorpion
  91. Squib-class torpedo boat
  92. USS Varuna (1861)
  93. Gov. Daniel Dunklin's Grave State Historic Site
  94. Union Covered Bridge State Historic Site
  95. 10th Texas Field Battery
  96. Battle of Van Buren
  97. CSS Pontchartrain
  98. USS Curlew (1862)
  99. 2nd Kansas Infantry Regiment
  100. Duckport Canal
  101. USS Squando
  102. Battle of Plains Store
  103. Fort Southerland
  104. Battle of Brownsville, Arkansas
  105. Real Estate Bank of Arkansas
  106. Little Rock campaign
  107. Battle of Front Royal
  108. USS Sidney C. Jones
  109. Battle of Helena
  110. 9th Missouri Sharpshooter Battalion
  111. James S. Rains
  112. Battle of Lake Providence
  113. USS Marmora (1862)
  114. USS Romeo
  115. USS Glide (1862)
  116. Fort Curtis (Arkansas)
  117. Battle of Richmond, Louisiana
  118. Steele's Greenville expedition
  119. J. H. Hobart Ward
  120. William Y. Slack
  121. Stonewall Jackson's arm
  122. CSS Junaluska
  123. Battle of Plum Point Bend
  124. CSS General M. Jeff Thompson
  125. 1824 United States presidential election in Missouri
  126. Whistling Dick (cannon)
  127. Battle of Snyder's Bluff
  128. John Bullock Clark
  129. 1st Iowa Infantry Regiment
  130. First Battle of Springfield
  131. CSS Beaufort
  132. CSS Squib
  133. CSS Winslow
  134. CSS Isondiga
  135. CSS New Orleans
  136. USS John P. Jackson
  137. Simpson Harris Morgan
  138. Battle of Bayou Fourche


  1. Justin Moore discography

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An ancestor of this user fought for the Confederate States.
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in the War of 1812.
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