The Cavalry at Gettysburg: A Tactical Study of Mounted Operations During the Civil War's Pivotal Campaign, 9 June-14 July 1863

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U of Nebraska Press, Feb 1, 1993 - History - 338 pages
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"Bristles with analysis, details, judgments, personality profiles, and evaluations and combat descriptions, even down to the squadron and company levels."-Civil War Times Illustrated
  

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The role of the cavalry forces from both sides at the Battle of Gettysburg is examined. Successes and failures of mission are looked at and how they affected the outcome of the battle. Read full review

Contents

Preface
9
The Antagonists
17
The Beau Sabreur and His Cavaliers
23
The Knight of Romance and I lis Dragoons
43
Brandy Station
65
Advance to Pennsylvania
87
Aldie and Middleburg
102
Middleburg Again and Upperville
119
Stuarts ExpeditionSalem to I lanover
148
Pursuit to Pennsylvania
161
Gettysburg 1 July
180
Stuarts ExpeditionI lanover to Gettysburg
193
Gettysburg 2 July
203
Gettysburg 3 July
220
Retreat to Virginia Pursuit to Maryland
245
Copyright

Jenkinss ExpeditionWilliamsport to Petersburg
134

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About the author (1993)

Edward G. Longacre?s books on the Civil War have won both the Fletcher Pratt Award of the Civil War Round Table of New York and the Moncado prize of the American Military Institute. They include Mounted Raids of the Civil War, available in a°Bison Books edition.

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