Excerpt: ... no halt. The rapid march was continued throughout the night. It was clear and cold. The order for the march was "at a fast walk," but ...Show synopsisExcerpt: ... no halt. The rapid march was continued throughout the night. It was clear and cold. The order for the march was "at a fast walk," but every experienced cavalryman knows that the letter of such an order can be obeyed only by those in advance. The rear of the column kept closed up with great difficulty. The sound of hoofs in front was the only guide as to the direction to be taken. Often it was necessary to take the trot, sometimes the gallop, and even then the leaders were at times out of sight and out of hearing. At such times, there was an apprehensive feeling after the touch, which had to be kept in order to be sure that we were on the right road. This was especially true of the heads of subdivisionsHide synopsis
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Title: Personal Recollections of a Cavalryman: With Custer's Michigan Cavalry Brigade in the Civil War (Collector's Library of the Civil War) Author:James Harvey Kidd ISBN-13:9780809442935 ISBN:0809442930
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