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Wilson's Cavalry Corps : Union Campaigns in the Western Theater, October 1864 - Spring 1865

by Keenan, Jerry

Condition: Very good/No dust jacket issued


Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 1998. First edition. hardcover. Very good/No dust jacket issued. Octavo (standard size). Slight wear to edges and corners of boards. Stamped ala a postal cancellation " SHILOH NMP/ Nov. 13 '99 / Shiloh TN" on free endpaper, with the former owner's emboss just below it. 263 p. w/ notes, bibliography, index. A history of James H. Wilson's command as chief of cavalry for the Military Division of the Mississippi under Sherman. He was instrumental in raising havoc with Confederate military infrastructure, defeated Bedford Forrest twice, and took several fortified cities.





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