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History of the Second Iowa Cavalry containing a detailed account of its organization, marches, and the battles in which it has participated : also, a complete roster of each company by Lyman B. Pierce

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Published by Hawk-eye Steam Book and Job Print. Establishment in Burlington, Iowa .
Written in English


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Statementby Lyman B. Pierce.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 89/3008 (E)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination237 p.
Number of Pages237
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1842560M
LC Control Number89953281

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Iowa: HISTORY OF THE SECOND IOWA CAVALRY(Hardcover) By Lyman Pierce pages This item is special order It is printed on-demand whenever an order is received. Depending on the publisher's backlog, weeks may be required for delivery. Similar Items. From everglade to can̄on with the second dragoons, (second United States cavalry); an authentic account of service in Florida, Mexico, Virginia, and the Indian country, including the personal recollections of prominent officers, with an appendix containing orders, reports and correspondence, military records, etc., etc., etc., , by: Rodenbough, Theophilus F. Pris: kr. Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp History of the Second Iowa Cavalry; Containing a Detailed Account of Its Organization, Marches, and the Battles in Which It Has Participated; Also, a Complete Roster of Each Company av Lyman B Pierce på prideinpill.com On the 17th of April, the Second Iowa Cavalry, then comprising a part of the cavalry brigade under the command of the intrepid Colonel Grierson, again left its camp at La Grange and started upon what proved to be one of the most remarkable cavalry expeditions of the war.

Among the most active of these was the Second Iowa Cavalry, whose services, during the first part of the era under consideration especially, were not only brilliant, but of great value to the Union arms. Leaving winter quarters at La Grange, the 10th of March, , Colonel Hatch, for. The 2nd Iowa Cavalry was organized at Davenport, Iowa and mustered in at Camp Joe Holt for three years of Federal service between August 30 and September 28, Among other engagements, the Regiment took part in the Grierson Raid through Mississippi in April , being detached from the main column (6th and 7th Illinois Cavalry) after a few days to decoy the Confederate prideinpill.com: Cavalry. Second Regiment Iowa Volunteer Cavalry: Third Regiment Iowa Volunteer Cavalry: Fourth Regiment Iowa Volunteer Cavalry: Fifth Regiment Iowa Volunteer Cavalry: Fifth Regiment Iowa Veteran Cavalry Consolidated: Sixth Regiment Iowa Volunteer Cavalry: Seventh Regiment Iowa Volunteer Cavalry: Nov 19,  · (1st-4th) Reunion of the Second Iowa Cavalry Veteran Association Title and publisher varies 16 This is from a photocopy of an original prideinpill.com:

Jan 02,  · We have the men."1 The Second Iowa Cavalry was mustered in on August 30 and September 28, , having been raised after the battle of Bull Run had overcome General Winfield Scott's and the War Department's resistance to the raising of volunteer cavalry regiments.2 AU officers except the colonel of the Second Iowa were, as was then customary, elected; they were for the most . A History of the First Regiment Iowa Cavalry Veteran Volunteers, from Its Organization in to Its Muster Out of the United States Service in Also, a Complete Roster of the Regiment Author Charles Henry Lothrop. First Reunion, Twenty-second Iowa regiment, at Iowa City, Sept. 22 and 23 () - 23 pages The Lyon Campaign in Missouri: being a history of the First Iowa Infantry and of the causes which led up to its organization, and how it earned the thanks of Congress, which it got: together with a birdseye view of the conditions in Iowa preceding the 5/5(2). National flag, Second infantry; inscribed: "2nd Regt. Iowa Vols." Official report of battle of Ft. Donelson by Colonel Tuttle, says: I cannot omit in this report an account of the color guard. Color Sergeant Doolittle fell early in the engagement pierced by four balls and dangerously wounded.