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The 1st Florida Union Cavalry Volunteers in the Civil War: The Men and Regimental History and What That Tells Us about the Area During the War

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The 1st Florida Union Cavalry Volunteers in the Civil War: The Men and Regimental History and What That Tells Us about the Area During the War - Marsh, Sharon D
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The 1st Florida Union Cavalry was formed in October 1863 from men primarily from south Alabama and northwest Florida. The regiment was stationed at Fort Barrancas in Pensacola, FL; served along the upper Gulf Coast with other Union regiments and participated in a number of engagements from Marianna, FL to Mobile, AL. The book explores the history of the area before and during the early years of the war and the history of the regiment including information on any engagements the 1st Florida Union Cavalry participated in ...

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The 1st Florida Union Cavalry Volunteers in the Civil War: The Men and Regimental History and What That Tells Us about the Area During the War 2017, Sharon D. Marsh

ISBN-13: 9780998817002

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