5 edition of History of the 2nd West Virginia Cavalry found in the catalog.
History of the 2nd West Virginia Cavalry
by Blue Acorn Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||363|
2nd Cavalry Regiment, Sutton, Joseph J. History of the Second regiment West Virginia cavalry volunteers, during the war of the rebellion. Company "E" Second Virginia Infantry. Killed in Battle, Second Bull Run, 29 Aug "In this destructive battle, the loss of the enemy in killed and wounded was 8,, while our total loss in killed and wounded was o" COMPLETE REGIMENTAL HISTORY BOOK presented by Linda Cunningham Fluharty. HISTORY - OF THE - - FORMERLY THE.
1st Regiment, West Virginia Cavalry Overview: Organized at Wheeling, Clarksburg and Morgantown July 10 to Novem Attached to . The 2nd and 12th Virginia Cavalry reached the field on September 16 and took position on the extreme right of the Army of Northern Virginia, to cover the lower crossing of the Antietam. The 7th Virginia took position, on the evening of the 16th, on the Hagerstown Pike, northwest of Sharpsburg. It joined the Brigade on the right on the 17th.
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 author, Frank S. Reader, a member of Company I, was a newspaper editor and proprietor. Reader, Francis; History of the Fifth West Virginia Cavalry, Formerly Second Virginia Infantry, and of Battery G, First West Virginia Light Artillery. New Brighton, PA: Daily News, p. [Modern reprint by 35th Star Publishing] Francis Smith Reader Diary, Washington and Lee University Library Special Collections, Lexington, Virginia.
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History of the Second Regiment West Virginia Cavalry Volunteers, During the War of the Rebellion Paperback – Decem by J. Sutton (Creator)3/5(1). History of the Second regiment West Virginia cavalry volunteers, during the war of the rebellion.
Sutton, J. (Joseph J.) Publication date. Topics. West Virginia cavalry. 2d regt.,United States -- History Civil War, Regimental histories W. cav.
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Blue Acorn Press, Facsimile reproduction of the edition published in Portsmouth, Ohio, with additional material including photographs and notes on individual officers and troopers. Crisp and clean except for a few small, dark marks on the bottom edge of the book; full cloth hardcover and dust jacket show only.
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Staff may determine whether an item is too large and/or too fragile to copy. Author J.J. Sutton The images originally were printed in the book, History of the Second Regiment, West Virginia Cavalry Volunteers, authored by Joseph J.
Sutton and published in in Portsmouth, Ohio. Israel is listed in the book in several places. Israel's name (green dot). Brief History. The Virginia 2nd Cavalry completed its organization at Lynchburg, Virginia, in May, Its companies were recruited in the counties of Bedford, Campbell, Botetourt, Amherst, Franklin, Appomattox, and Albemarle.
Until the end of October the unit was called the 30th Regiment Virginia Volunteers. The 2nd West Virginia Cavalry Regiment served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was organized in Parkersburg, Virginia (now West Virginia) during September Most of the original members of this regiment were from southeastern Ohio, and planners thought that this regiment would become the 4th Ohio Cavalry.
Second Virginia Cavalry book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.3/5(1). The 2nd Virginia Volunteer Cavalry Regiment was a cavalry regiment raised in Virginia for service in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War.
It fought mostly with the Army of Northern Virginia. Sutton, J. History of the Second Regiment West Virginia Cavalry Volunteers During the War of the Rebellion. Portsmouth, Regimental history, rosters, sketches, list by company of survivors.
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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Frank S. Reader. The 2nd Virginia Cavalry The Confederate Army unit known as the 2nd Virginia Cavalry was originally organized as the 30th Virginia Volunteer Regiment, on May 8, at Lynchburg, Virginia.
Colonel C. Radford, a West Point graduate and veteran of the Mexican War was appointed by Major General Robert E. Lee as the first commander.
Theodore Lang in his book “Loyal West Virginia” described the 2nd West Virginia Cavalry thus-“ formation of a regiment for the cavalry arm of the U.S. Service was begun about August 1, in southern Ohio.
Three companies were recruited in Lawrence County, two in Meigs, one in Jackson, one in Vinton, one in Washington, and one in Morgan. History of the Second Regiment, West Virginia cavalry volunteers, during the war of the rebellion.
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Free shipping for many products. HISTORY OF THE SECOND REGT WEST VIRGINIA CAVALRY BY JOSEPH SUTTON, Pages, Photographs, Regimental Roster, Tan Hardbound in a Slightly Creased Front Top Edge. Dust Jacket, in Very Good Condition.
Organized at Parkersburg, W. Va., September to November, Attached to District of the Kanawha, W. Va., to March, Seller Rating: % positive. 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 ascertaining the position of the Third Virginia.
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