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A brief narrative of the Fourth Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, Wheeler's Corps, Army of Tennessee

by George B. Guild
Books/Monographs/Book on Fiche
English
Bethesda, Maryland : University Publications of America, c1990
3 microfiches
Civil War unit histories. Part 1, The Confederate States of America and border states; TN 060-062

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Microfiche of original published: Nashville, Tenn. : [s.n.], 1913. 268 p.

Includes index.

Includes a description of activities of the 4th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment (Confederate) in the following battles or localities: Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Chickamauga, Ga.; Wheeler's Raid into Middle Tennessee (1863); Orchard Knob, Tenn.; Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; Missionary Ridge, Tenn.; Resaca, Ga.; New Hope Church, Ga.; Wheeler's Raid into Tennessee (1864); Saltville, Va.; Aiken, S.C.; Fayetteville, N.C.; Averysboro, N.C.; Bentonville, N.C.

"It is well enough to state here that there were two Fourth Tennessee Cavalry Regiments in the Army--Colonel Stearns's Fourth Tennessee and Colonel Smith's Fourth Tennessee. They had been serving in different departments of the Army, one under General Forrest and the other under General Wheeler, most of the time, and we did not know the fact until late in the war. Both had made character under that name, and each tacitly agreed to remain as they had been known, which they did"--P. 11.

At the organization of this 4th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment, "Baxter Smith was Colonel; Paul F. Anderson, Lieutenant Colonel; W. Scott Bledsoe, Major; J.A. Minnis, Adjutant; W. A. Rushing, Sergeant Major; Marcellus Grissim, Quartermaster, with R.O. McLean, Bob Corder, and John Price his assistants"--P. 9. This regiment later served under General Joseph Wheeler.

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