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Union artillery, cavalry and infantry

Union artillery, cavalry and infantry

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SeriesAmerican civil war armies / by Philip Katcher -- 2, Men-at-arms series -- 177
The Physical Object
Pagination48 S., Taf :
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25536803M
ISBN 100850456908
ISBN 109780850456905
OCLC/WorldCa611065519

Organization. Arkansas had seceded from the Union in April and joined the Confederate States of America, raising during the war a total of 48 infantry regiments, more than 30 cavalry regiments and another 25 cavalry battalions, and about 22 artillery batteries for the Confederate Union forces had entered the state, however, pro-Union citizens (both black and white) volunteered Allegiance: Union. Alternative SKUs for IMEX IMX IMEX | Note: Prices and availability are indications only. Also check if the product actually matches! In-box reviews. We don't know about any in-box reviews for this Union & Confederate Artillery, Cavalry & Infantry Set w/ Base (#IMX) from IMEX.

This is a list of Civil War regiments from Maryland which fought in the Union Army. The list of Maryland Confederate Civil War units is shown Litton's regiment of Maryland infantry Cavalry. 1st Regiment Maryland Volunteer Cavalry Smith's Independent Company Maryland Volunteer Cavalry; Artillery. 1st Regiment Maryland Heavy Artillery.   So you want to avoid situations where the Union can open fire on them while mounted with one or more of their big infantry units - even more so if they are CC only cavalry. And a charge will always be more of a gamble against defensive fire because of the 2 shifts to hit them, especially if the Union has a line of mutually supporting units.

Terrible Swift Sword: Union Artillery by John P Langellier starting at $ Terrible Swift Sword: Union Artillery has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. History of the First Regiment, Alabama Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A. (Montgomery: Brown Printing Co., [reprinted, Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, ]) (x) Partin, Robert. "Report of a Corporal of the Alabama First Infantry on Talk and Fighting Along Mississippi, ," in Alabama Historical Quarterly, XX, no. 4 (Winter,


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Get this from a library. American Civil War armies (2): Union artillery, cavalry and infantry. [Philip R N Katcher; Ron Volstad]. The full finding aid for Civil War Union Volunteer Regimental Books also includes the number of volumes for each regiment.

For further information on the records available for the following regiments, please contact the Old Military and Civil Branch (NWCTB), Room 13W, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC "American Civil War Union Army" - Brasseys (History of Uniforms Series) - Robin Smith - "Terrible Swift Sword: Union Artillery, Cavalry and Infantry " - Greenhill (GI Series No) - John Langellier - Cavalry generally covers ground faster, uses heavier firepower and has better protection than infantry, but are often limited in range of motion and finding enemy combatants in cover without causing excess damage to the area.

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Buckholtz. The book measures approximately x inches and runs pages pages remaining. Although Phisterer indicates the total number of cavalry, infantry, and artillery units that each state contributed to the Union military, absent from the totals are each state's contributions to the Union navy and marines, as well as state militia, and state units of cavalry, infantry and artillery, state and home guards, independent commands.

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Western units like the Iron Brigade preferred the Hardee hat as its wide brim provided protection from the sun and rain.Union Regimental Index. Ohio. Cavalry. Artillery. Infantry. Cavalry. 1st Regiment Cavalry: 2nd Regiment Cavalry: 3rd Regiment Cavalry: 4th Regiment Cavalry: 48th Ohio Battalion Infantry: 49th Regiment Infantry: 50th Regiment Infantry: 51st Regiment Infantry: 52nd Regiment Infantry: 53rd Regiment Infantry.Throughout Union cavalry was used in traditional roles, in regimental or smaller sized units, often commanded by infantry generals, but during this time the cavalry became a competent veteran force, well equipped and tactically skilled.

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