2 edition of Attention cavalry found in the catalog.
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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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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.
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Page 9 - The eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth, to the fourth principal disposition. — The captain places himself at the point from whence his command can be most distinctly heard. The. commands ATTENTION and FRONT are not repeated.
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Jeffry D. Wert is the author of eight previous books on Civil War topics, most recently Cavalryman of the Lost Cause and The Sword of articles and essays on the Civil War have appeared in many publications, including Civil War Times Illustrated, American History Illustrated, and Blue and Gray.A former history teacher at Penns Valley High School, /5(5).Companion cavalry would ride the best horses, and receive the best weaponry available.
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