Sabres and Spurs: the First Regiment Rhode Island Cavalry in the Civil War, 1861-1865: Its Origin, Marches, Scouts, Skirmishes, Raids, Batttles, Sufferings, Victories, and Appropriate Official Papers; with the Roll of Honor and Roll of the Regiment...
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Aldie Andersonville April army artillery August band battalion battle battle of Middleburg Belle Island bivouacked brigade camp Captain Bliss captured Centreville charge Charles Colonel Duffie command Confederate Corporal corps Deserted Discharged for disability division duty enemy fell back field fire force Ford front Front Royal George George W guard halted Hampshire Hampshire battalion headquarters honor horses hundred infantry James John July Libby Prison Major Farrington March Mass miles morning mountains moved mustered out Aug night o'clock P. M. officers old organization paroled passed picket Potomac prisoner June 18 Rapidan Rappahannock re-enlisted Jan reached rear rebel cavalry regiment Rhode Island Cavalry Richmond river road sabres saddles scout Second Lieutenant sent Sept Sergeant Shenandoah Shenandoah Valley Sheridan skirmish soldiers squadron Station Taken prisoner June Taken prisoner Oct thousand Trans transferred to Troop Troop D Troop F valley Virginia wagons Warrenton William wounded