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Minty and the cavalry

A history of cavalry campaigns in the western armies
  • 550 Pages
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E.K. Meyers, printers , Harrisburg, Pa
Minty, Robert Horatio George, b. 1831., United States. Army. Cavalry -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865., United States. Army of the Cumberland Cavalry., United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histo
StatementBy Joseph G. Vale
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE470.5 .V14
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxi, 550 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24184083M
LC Control Number02006633
OCLC/WorldCa1648984

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page book written in by T. Dornblaser, who served in the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry. Minty and the Cavalry by Joseph G. Vale, 7th Pa. Cavalryman Zoom in Read more. Robert Minty commanded one of the better cavalry brigades in the Western Theater of the war.

This brigade was composed of the 4th Michigan Cavalry, 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry and the 4th US Regular Cavalry. The book details the brigades many achievements including the capture of Confederate President Jefferson Rating: % positive.

I stumbled across this discussion of R.H.G. Minty and of my recent book titled “Minty and His Cavalry.” I can answer most of the questions addressed above and clarify several innacuracies if Minty and the cavalry book.

The book was privately published last year, primarily in order to meet the timing of commemorating the th anniversary of his death. For a very food account of Minty`s operations during the ACW, follow the link below for the book written by Captain Joseph G.

Vale (7th Pennsylvania Cavalry), entitled: "Minty and the Cavalry; a History of Cavalry Campaigns in the Western Armies". About this Book Catalog Record Details.

Minty and the cavalry. A history of cavalry campaigns in the Vale, Joseph G. View full catalog record. Minty and the cavalry: a history of cavalry campaigns in the western armies Item Preview remove-circle The online edition of this book in the public domain, i.e., not protected by copyright, has been produced by the Emory University Digital Library Publications Program.

Robert H. Minty plays a critical role in my current book project, which is a detailed tactical study of the first day of the Battle of Chickamauga, Septem Consequently, I have spent quite a bit of time studying him and his role in the Civil War since I decided to tackle the September 18 project, and was interested in him before the thought of tackling this project ever entered.

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Army. Michigan Cavalry Regiment, 4th (); United States. Rand Bitter is a scholar who researched Robert Minty's Cavalry Brigade and brought together almost everything known of Minty, his family, the cavalry and his life after the war into a book: "Minty and The Cavalry". The book is self-published and consists of pages with copious footnotes and excerpts from brigade histories and Official.

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Books/Monographs/Book on Fiche Language: English Includes rosters of officers of the 4th Michigan, 7th Pennsylvania, 4th U.S.

and 9th Pennslylvania Cavalry. A dozen or more other regiments were, at one time or another, attached to the brigade.

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Eric J. Wittenberg’s Holding the Line on the River of Death examines two cavalry actions on Septemwhat he calls the first day of the battle of Chickamauga. Wittenberg asserts that the delaying actions by Robert H. Minty’s cavalry at Reed’s Bridge and John T. Wilder’s Lightning Brigade of mounted infantry at Alexander.

page (Selection), Civil War history of the First brigade, Second cavalry division, commanded by Col. R.H.G. MINTY. From the book: "MINTY AND THE CAVALRY," published Harrisburg, PA, by Edwin K.

Meyers, pages. borrowed on Interlibrary loan from Minot State College Memorial Library, Minot, North Dakota. One paragraph in the book succinctly sums up the achievements of Minty and Wilder: With only officers and men and 2 pieces of artillery, Minty delayed the advance of 8, Confederate infantry at Reed’s Bridge across West Chickamauga Creek while a regiment and a half of Wilder’s Lightning Brigade held Alexander’s Bridge, two and a.

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Robert Graham Men's - $ Robert Graham Men's Cavalry Quarter Zip Sweater, H - Choose Szcolor. Special Offer: Larry Fryer of the Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry Descendants Association has a few, new copies of this rare, limited edition hardback for sale.

Contact him at or [email protected] for details. Author Rand Bitter did extensive research to compile his page salute to Robert H.

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Minty and the cavalry: a history of cavalry campaigns in the western armies. Author: Laurence D. Schiller. Title: The Evolution of Union Cavalry 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.

With Minty withdrawal from Reed’s Bridge, the Southerners gained a secure foothold on the west side of the creek. At 4 p.m., Wilder reported the crossing of the enemy: ‘The enemy are crossing [infantry and cavalry] Chickamauga Creek at Alexander’s and Byram’s Ford below.

Colonel Minty has fallen back toward Roseville; has two of my Author: Historynet Staff. Minty performed so well commanding this regiment that he was given command of a cavalry brigade in Decemberwhich for most of the war would consist of his own 4th Michigan, the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, the 4th U.S.

Cavalry, and the Chicago Board of Trade Battery. Sergeant Larson, 4th Cav., by James Larson. San Antonio: Southern Literary Institute, I finally finished this book last night and enjoyed it very much. James Larson was an enlisted man in Company H, 4th U.S. Cavalry Regiment when the war broke out in He accompanied his regiment east from the frontier to the western.

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This exceptionally well-researched and written book provides a tremendous view of the opening tactical actions of the battle of Chickamauga, Georgia September from the Federal’s perspective.

The author, Eric Wittenburg writes a detailed account of the actions of two major units involved in the opening stages of the battle: Minty’s cavalry and Wilder’s 1/5.

Horse artillery batteries were a much rarer commodity in the western theater than they were in the east. During the Atlanta campaign, for example, there was only one battery assigned to each cavalry division, according to David Evans’ excellent book Sherman’s Chicago Board of Trade is one of the country's oldest currently operating futures.

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Vale, Joseph G. Minty and the cavalry. A history of cavalry campaigns in the western armies. By Joseph G. Vale Harrisburg Pa., E. K. Meyers, printers, (Includes rosters of officers of the 4th Mich., 7th Pa., 4th U.S.

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