2 edition of History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry found in the catalog.
History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry
Francis Smith Reader
|Statement||by Frank S. Reader.|
|LC Classifications||E536.6 5th|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||02016032|
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HISTORY - OF THE - - FORMERLY THE - - AND OF - Battery G, First West Virginia Light Artillery, - BY - FRANK S. READER Author of the Life of Moody and Sankey. ~~~~~ NEW BRIGHTON, PA.: Daily News, Frank S. Reader, Editor and Prop'r. History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry: Formerly the Second Virginia Infantry, and of Battery G, First West Va.
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New Brighton, PA: Daily News, p. [ Modern reprint by 35th Star Publishing ]. Droop Mountain, Pocahontas County, West Virginia November 6, On arriving at the foot of the hill where the Confederates were posted, the Second (later the 5th West Virginia Cavalry) passed the Eighth Virginia, leaving them on our left, moving on for the purpose of.
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For more information on the history of this unit, see: The Civil War Archive section, 5th Regiment Cavalry, (accessed 16 November ).
History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry This work has been written at the request of the Author's comrades of his old regiment, and he has endeavored to give in a plain way, without exaggeration, the facts, and some of the incidents, that made up the life of the regiment in its service of over three years.
The 5th Virginia Volunteer Cavalry Regiment was a cavalry regiment raised in Virginia for service in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil fought mostly with the Army of Northern Virginia. The Virginia 5th Cavalry was organized in June,using six companies of scouts under Lieutenant Colonel H.
Clay Pate known as the 2nd Battalion Virginia Cavalry as its y: Confederacy. Get this from a library. History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry, formerly the Second Virginia Infantry, and of Battery G, First West Va. Light Artillery. [F S Reader]. 5th Cavalry WV - HISTORY OF THE FIFTH WEST VIRGINIA CAVALRY, FORMERLY THE SECOND VIRGINIA INFANTRY, AND OF BATTERY G, FIRST WEST VIRGINIA LIGHT ARTILLERY.
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Reader. Originally published in by the Civil War veterans of the regiment, this new modern version includes the entire original text, 58 images, and an index. The 5th Cavalry Regiment ("Black Knights") is a historical unit of the United States Army that began its service on August 3,when an act of Congress enacted "that the two regiments of dragoons, the regiment of mounted riflemen, and the two regiments of cavalry shall hereafter be known and recognized, as the first, second, third, fourth Branch: Regular Army.
Internet Archive BookReader History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry, formerly the Second Virginia Infantry, and of Battery G, First West Va. Light Artillery. History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry (Second Infantry) By Frank S. Reader, Chapter XVIII; Pages COMPLETE BOOK ONLINE. When Gen.
Sigel assumed command of the forces in the Shenandoah valley, in the spring ofSmitley's scouts were ordered to. This company was raised from Greenfield (modern Coal Center) and California, Washington Co., Pennsylvania.
The following is a quote from the book on this company called "The History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry." "The first Sunday after the news that Fort Sumter had been attacked, was one of intense excitement.
Historic records of the Fifth New York cavalry, First Ira Harris guard, its organization, marches, raids, scouts, engagements, and general services during the rebellion ofwith observations of the author by the way, giving sketches of the Armies of the Potomac and of the Shenandoah.
On Janu Fifth West Virginia Cavalry. History of the Cavalry. Battery G, First WV Light Artillery. Virginia in September and was absorbed by Seller Rating: % positive. In Harold Howard determined to publish a history of every Virginia regiment that served in the Civil War.
The first book was published inthe last in Each book contains a unit history and annotated muster roll including every soldier known to serve with the unit. HISTORY OF THE NINTH VIRGINIA CAVALRY IN THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES BY THE LATE BRIGADIER-GENERAL RICHARD L.
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John William Buckalew was in Company G of the 6th West Virginia Cavalry. Earlier, he was in Company L of the 5th West Virginia Cavalry, which was consolidated into the 6th West Virginia Cavalry. He enlisted on April 4,and a few months later became a prisoner of war after being captured at New Creek, West Virginia, on Novem History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry: Formerly Originally published in by the Civil War veterans of the regiment, this new modern version Author: William Hyndman.
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Graden, Nettie Weston. Index to the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry (formerly Second Virginia Infantry) and of. History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry: Formerly Originally published in by the Civil War veterans of the regiment, this new modern version Brand: Quarrier Press.
1st Veteran Cavalry Regiment Civil War. History The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed.
Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. Lyon Company, Left the State in detachments: July to Novem Mustered out: J JCol. Robert F. Taylor received authority to recruit this regiment.
Charles H. Ambler, "A History of West Virginia",pg. It is unfortunate that Mr. Ambler didn't keep this sentiment in mind when he wrote of West Virginia in the Civil War, as most of his histories only concern the successes of the Wheeling government and the 16 counties of.
The early history of 5th Cavalry Regiment was closely tied to the movement of people and trade along the southwest and on the western routes, a result of perceived "manifest destiny", extended the domination of the United States into the far reaches of a largely unsettled western plains and southwestern territories.
Letter, 17 Mayfrom A. Byars () of Washington County, Virginia, serving in Company D, 1st Virginia Cavalry, to his sister stating that the army has been fighting for ten straight days from Spotsylvania County, Virginia, to Hanover County, Virginia, including fights at Todd’s Tavern, Spotsylvania Court House, and Yellow Tavern.
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Overview Diary of Frank Smith Reader of Brighton, Pennsylvania, who was a private in the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry, Company I.
The diary covers the period of 10 March to 25 June and contains ca. 80 pp. Reader, for the period covered by this diary, was on detached duty from his regiment, serving as a clerk at General Franz Sigel's and General David Hunter's headquarters in Martinsburg.
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Reprint. Ionia MI: Sentinel, Lang, Theodore F. Loyal West Virginia from to Baltimore: Deutsch, This site is devoted to the history of the Fifth Regiment of the U.S. Colored Cavalry, a unit comprised of men of African descent—slaves, ex-slaves, and free men—who fought for the Union cause during the American Civil War ().Members of the regiment were massacred by Confederate troops following the Battle of Saltville on October Posts about 3rd West Virginia Cavalry written by hilaryparkinson photographs photography photo hunt photo of Lincoln at Gettysburg photos phrenology Pickett's charge pictographs pie Pieces of History Pig Cafeteria pigeon Thirteenth Amendment this is the Army Thomas Corwin Thomas Jefferson thomas nast Thomas P.
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Army Horse. United States Cavalry and the Indians The U.S. Army, the long arm of the United States Government had a job to do. Monitor and promote the orderly expansion of the West. The U.S. Cavalry was the army unit of choice in the west.Union, WV Phone: Monroe County Website.
County Clerk has birth and death records frommarriage and land records fromand probate records. Monroe County, West Virginia Record Dates.
Information for this chart was taken from various sources, often containing conflicting dates. This information should be taken as a.Civil War collections at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania are excellent primary resources that offer eyewitness accounts and reveal the fears, prejudices, and heroism of the individual soldier, as well as the deprivation and destruction of civilian life, in America's most devastating conflict to date.