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Laurel Brigade, originally Ashby's Cavalry

A history of the Laurel Brigade : Ashby's Cavalry
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English
Gaithersburg, Maryland : Olde Soldier Books, 1987
499 p., [35] p. of plates : ports.
0942211596

Notes

Reprint. Originally published: A History of the Laurel Brigade originally the Ashby Cavalry of the Army of Northern Virginia and Chew's Battery / by William N. McDonald, edited by Bushrod C. Washington. [S.l.] : K.S. McDonald, c1907. 1 v.

Includes muster rolls for the Seventh, Eleventh, Twelfth, and Thirty-fifth (White's Battalion) Virginia Cavalry units and Chew's Battery of the Laurel Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia.

With a nucleus of Ashby's old command, the Seventh Virginia cavalry, this brigade also included at various times the Second, Sixth, Eleventh (originally Seventeenth battalion) and Twelfth regiments, and the Thirty-fifth battalion of Virginia cavalry; and Chew's battery of artillery.

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