Three Years in the Federal Cavalry
Captain Glazier narrates his experiences as a cavalryman in the Federal Army during the Civil War, from his enlistment in New York State to his capture at the battle of Brandy Station.
First Page:THREE YEARS IN THE FEDERAL CAVALRY.
[Illustration: Willard Glazier]
BY WILLARD GLAZIER,
AUTHOR OF "THE CAPTURE, THE PRISON PEN AND THE ESCAPE," "VIRGINIA'S BATTLE FIELDS," ETC., ETC., ETC.
NEW YORK: R. H. FERGUSON & COMPANY, PUBLISHERS, 138 BLEECKER STREET 1870.
Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1870, by WILLARD GLAZIER , In the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.
The Trow & Smith Book Manuf. Co. 205 213 E. 12TH STREET, New York.
THE GALLANT AND UNASSUMING SOLDIER,
MAJOR GENERAL HENRY E. DAVIES, JR.
WHOSE STAR ALWAYS SHONE BRIGHTEST ON
THE FRONT LINE OF BATTLE,
THIS VOLUME IS RESPECTFULLY
I have for a long time intended the publication of this book, for I thought that such a work would not only be found interesting to the public, but would do justice to the brave men with whom it was my fortune to be associated during the dark hours of the rebellion... Continue reading book >>
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