2 edition of Attention cavalry found in the catalog.
|Statement||B.L. Cole, Recruiting Officer, June 10th 1861|
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Attention mechanized cavalry: books are now in stock but copies are limited. discount to companies: 10 books for $ plus $ postage usa. sons of confederate veterans mechanized cavalry twenty years on the road isbn patrick joseph o'connor pages introduction by cic thomas strain, jr.
forward by general kevin stone $20 hardback. Attention cavalry!: Capt. Archambault, for 28 years commanding the Union Troop of Bucks and Montgomery counties, has received special orders from the War Department to form a troop to be attached to Col. Butler Price's regiment of cavalry, now in camp at Harrisburg.
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Attention Cavalry. Date: ; Description: Recruitment poster for Company A of the 2nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry Regiment.
The company was led by Captain Joseph Archambault and commanded by Colonel R. Butler Price. Location: United States; Pennsylvania; Philadelphia County (Pa.) Philadelphia (Pa.) Subject: United States--History--Civil.
ATTENTION MECHANIZED CAVALRY: Now is the time for all good Members to tell your story and send in your photos for the Book— THE HISTORY OF THE SCV MECHANIZED CAVALRY.
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The story of the Federal cavalry during the Civil War is not only the story of the development of raw recruits and officers from difficult beginnings to a finely honed and feared machine, but also the story of the evolution of an arm of the U.S. military that had been neglected before Caesar pays careful and constant attention to all details and is swift to calculate, judge, and move to keep the initiative.
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When it was first published in - in an age of Jim Crow laws and general discrimination against Blacks and other minorities - Under Fire with the Tenth U.S.
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Companion cavalry would ride the best horses, and receive the best weaponry available. In Alexander's day, each carried a xyston, and wore a bronze muscle cuirass or linothorax, shoulder guards and Boeotian helmets, but bore no shield. A kopis (curved slashing sword) or xiphos (cut and thrust sword) was also carried for close combat, should the xyston break.
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The author pays particular attention to the 2nd North Carolina's involvement with the Army of Northern Virginia and the North Carolina Cavalry Brigade, and includes official documents, letters written to and from home, diaries and memoirs to present the soldiers' war experiences.
The final volume of Staff's massive trilogy on the Union cavalry. Whereas earlier volumes detailed operations in the seacoast states, this one brings us west of the Appalachians, where the Union's strategy was to gain control of the Mississippi and to drive the Confederates out of Kentucky and Missouri as well as neighboring Tennessee.
Also included is the Texas. The book makes that clear--with plenty of detail. Jeb Stuart's cavalry and the Union forces fought well. By this time, Union cavalry could hold their own. Buford, on the first day of Gettysburg, demonstrated that.
Just so, Gregg's forces. Overall, a good contribution to the cavalry forces' role at Gettysburg/5. General Carter’s book, published several years after the Civil War, is comprehensive. Chapter I is called “The Cavalry Horse.” Some of the topics presented in the other fifteen chapters include: equipment, the horse’s age, its endurance, stable management, diseases and injuries, forage, and transporting horses “by rail and sea.”.
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Cavalry (from the French word cavalerie, itself derived from "cheval" meaning "horse") or horsemen are soldiers or warriors who fight mounted on horseback. Cavalry were historically the most mobile of the combat arms. An individual soldier in the cavalry is known by a number of designations such as cavalryman, horseman, dragoon, or trooper.
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The Confederate press brought attention to written instructions retrieved from one of these casualties that the Federals once again sought to sack the capital and murder Confederate political leaders. (Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, ), xi.  The Union Cavalry in The Civil War, 3 vols. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State.
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Book Review by Lindsay Powell. Relative to the infantry, the cavalry wing of the Roman army has attracted little critical attention.
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Despite such success, it is this book that is the first overall history of the Cavalry Corps. In addition to meticulous description of military actions, the book affords particular attention to Wilson’s outstanding achievement in creating an infrastructure for his corps, even as he covered the Federal flanks in the withdrawal to Franklin and.
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Then the book goes into how these units operated during the war, with particular attention given to the 26th Cavalry Regiment, the Texan National Guard units that fought in the Southwest Pacific and in the Burma theathers, as well as the 1st Cavalry Division (Special) and its operations in the Philippines late in the : Bloomsbury USA.
The First Arkansas Union Cavalry by Russell Mahan Published by Historical Enterprises Santa Clara, Utah pages including index, endnote, and bibliography 1st edition 2nd edition ISBN Retail Price-$ based on online search This is a great little book.This book is a penguin Classics edition and groups his short stories in three main sections: Early Stories and Autobiographical Stories, Red Cavalry and Odessa stories.
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