6 edition of A Texas Cavalry officer"s Civil War found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -354) and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Richard Lowe.|
|Genre||Diaries., Correspondence., Personal narratives., Personal narratives, Confederate., Biography.|
|Contributions||Lowe, Richard G., 1942-|
|LC Classifications||E580.6 9th .B37 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 366 p. :|
|Number of Pages||366|
|LC Control Number||99014901|
Dec 07, · Baldrics like that were worn by mounted men in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, but by the time of the Civil War had been replaced by the familiar waist belt and straps. Cavalry NCO's wore the same enlisted men's sabers as everyone else not an officer, and often officers . Oct 22, · All were good, true, noble and loyal soldiers from the rise to the fall of the Confederacy - J. C. J. King - Captain, Co. A., 2nd Texas Cavalry, Confederate Veterans This group does not contain the entire membership of the Company, which is much regretted, but only those whose pictures could be obtained thirty years after the war.
12th Texas Cavalry. 1K likes. The original 12th Texas Cavalry, also known as Parsons’ Dragoons, was a unit formed by men from the counties of north and central Texas. The current 12th Texas Cavalry Followers: K. He remained largely forgotten until Michael Shaara’s book The Killer Angels and Ken Burns’s documentary The Civil War sent his stock soaring. By the mids, his reputation outshone that of all Union officers except Ulysses S. Grant and perhaps William Tecumseh ecole-temps-danse.com: Ehoward.
31st TEXAS CAVALRY REGIMENT, CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY The following data comes from many sources: The Handbook of Texas On-Line, The Texas in the Confederacy Message Board and excerpts from several books and the Fannin County GenWeb project, ie., “The MacFarlands in the Civil War”, by Mary Hellen Haines. Apr 30, · A volunteer officer with the 9th Texas Cavalry Regiment from to , James Campbell Bates saw some of the most important and dramatic clashes in the Civil War's western and trans-Mississippi theaters/5(5).
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List of Texas Civil War Confederate units Jump to navigation Jump to search. This is a list of Texas American Civil War Confederate Units. The Texas Union Army units are listed separately.
Confederate States Army Major Formations. Walker's (1st Indian-Texas Cavalry) Company D (Stephens Cavalry) 23rd Cavalry (Gould's Regiment; 27th. FIRST TEXAS CAVALRY, ecole-temps-danse.com the Civil War Texas contributed two regiments and two battalions of cavalry to the federal army.
A total of 1, men from Texas served the Union; of these died, 12 in action. One source states that "the strength of the Texas Federal Regiments consisted primarily of Mexicans, Germans, and Irishmen.". The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War [Douglas Hale] on ecole-temps-danse.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Third Texas Cavalry Regiment, recruited from twenty-six counties of northeastern Texas, was one of the most famous Confederate units from the Lone Star State. Douglas Hale narrates troop movements and battle actionsCited by: 3.
The 8th Texas Cavalry Regiment, (–), popularly known as Terry's Texas Rangers, was a regiment of Texas volunteers for the Confederate States Army assembled by Colonel Benjamin Franklin Terry in August Though lesser known than the Texas Brigade, famous for their actions during the Battle of Gettysburg, the 8th Texas Cavalry distinguished itself at several battles during the Allegiance: Confederate States of America, Texas.
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Bates. [James C Bates; Richard G Lowe; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University.
Libraries)] -- "College-educated and unusually articulate," James Campbell Bates kept a detailed diary and wrote dozens of long letters to his family, using special codes. These units include Confederate (both Texas State Troops and CSA units) and Union soldiers from the Civil War, Minute Men, Texas Rangers, Republic Rangers, Texas Navy, Texas Volunteer Guard, and soldiers who served in the Spanish-American War.
Documents indexed include muster rolls, payrolls, rosters, returns, and even some election returns. 9th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Sims') 9th Cavalry Regiment was organized with 1, men in Grayson County, Texas, during the late summer of Its members were recruited in Clarksville, Sherman, Mt.
Pleasant, Avinger, and Paris. After participating in various conflicts in the Indian Territory. Mar 01, · ROSS'S BRIGADE, C.S.A. Although known by the name of its most famous commander, Lawrence Sullivan Ross, the Texas Cavalry Brigade was under the authority of three other officers during the War between the ecole-temps-danse.com first commander was Col.
John W. Whitfield, who, on October 23,was given command of a newly formed brigade composed of four dismounted Texas cavalry.
History of Texas Leading Up to the Civil War Although only one Texas family in four owned slaves, most Texans opposed any interference with the institution of slavery, which they believed necessary for the continued growth of the state.
Many Texans considered the election of Abraham Lincoln to the presidency (November ) as a threat to slavery. In the fall of the unit was assigned to the Seventh Texas Cavalry Brigade. In March the regiment consisted of men who served at San Antonio, Fort Clark, and Fort Duncan.
The Second Texas Cavalry participated in several engagements during the Civil War. The regiment fought at San Lucas Springs, Mesilla, San Augustine Springs, Fort. 1st Texas Infantry, Co. D, Texas Guards, CSA (hosted at Civil War Rosters) 1st Texas Sharpshooters, CSA (hosted at Lamar County TXGenWeb) 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry Regiment (hosted at Texas Brigade) 2nd Texas Cavalry - Gidding's Bn.
B (hosted at Civil War Rosters) 2nd Texas Cavalry Co. K (No host listed) 2nd Texas Infantry. Reviews Photo of hardcover Book for Sale. Bourland in North Texas and Indian Territory During the Civil War: Fort Cobb, Fort Arbuckle & the Wichita Mountains "renumbered" several times.
from August 30, until February 28, Military muster rolls of men who served during the Texas Revolution, Mexican War, and Civil War.
Military muster rolls of men who served during the Texas Revolution, Mexican War, and Civil War, including the commands of the Alamo, C. Allen, 18th Texas Vol. Cavalry, Army of the Confederate States of America from December 31, to. Historic Flags of the Texas State Library and Archives Click images for larger view Wool, x 52 inches Conserved Conservator's report (partial) - Panhandle Plains Historical Museum letter from Secretary of War William Howard Taft on the return of war flags to Texas More Online Exhibits: Under the Rebel Flag: Life in Texas During the Civil War PDF Reader TSLAC.
The Civil War × Contact Us. Battle Unit Details. Return to Results. CONFEDERATE TEXAS TROOPS. 13th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Burnett's) (13th Mounted Volunteers) Overview: 13th Cavalry Regiment was organized at Crockett, Texas, during the winter of with about men.
Some of its members were from Centerville, Crockett, Madisonville. A volunteer officer with the 9th Texas Cavalry Regiment from toJames Campbell Bates saw some of the most important and dramatic clashes in the Civil War's western and trans-Mississippi theaters.
Bates rode thousands of miles, fighting in the Indian Territory; at Elkhorn Tavern in. 20th Regiment Texas Cavalry (Dismounted). 1, likes · talking about this. Civil war Living HistoriansFollowers: K.
An orderly book kept by officers of Co. C, 4th Texas Cavalry (CSA), during the regiment's Civil War service in the Trans-Mississippi. Formed in Victoria County, Texas, in the summer ofthe regiment—also called the 4th Texas Mounted Volunteers—participated in Sibley's New Mexico campaign () and thereafter served mostly in Louisiana.
With the Civil War came the reorganization of the office of Texas Adjutant General, an act of December 25, creating an Adjutant and Inspector General, who would also serve as Quartermaster and Commissary General, and Ordnance Officer.
Oversight of the 33 Brigades of the Texas State Troops plus the Frontier Regiment fell to this office. Two other governmental entities were also involved in.CONFEDERATE TEXAS TROOPS 27th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Whitfield's Legion) (1st Texas Legion) Overview: 27th Cavalry Regiment [also called 1st Texas Legion] was organized during the spring of using Whitfield's 4th Texas Cavalry Battalion as its nucleus.
Many of the men were recruited at Daingerfield, Clarksville, and Paris, and in Titus.Apr 01, · A volunteer officer with the 9th Texas Cavalry Regiment from toJames Campbell Bates saw some of the most important and dramatic clashes in the Civil War's western and trans-Mississippi theaters.5/5(1).