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6 edition of The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War found in the catalog.

The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War

by Douglas Hale

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published by University of Oklahoma Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history: c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Civil war,
  • Military History - U.S. Civil War,
  • History,
  • History - Military / War,
  • Military,
  • Texas,
  • Military - United States,
  • United States - Civil War

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7939885M
    ISBN 100806132892
    ISBN 109780806132891

    Civil War hardback book "The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War" by Douglas Hale. The book is in excellent condition and the dust cove is in very good condition. A publication by the University of Oklahoma Press. The Third Texas Cavalry was recruited in Northeast Texas and served in the Confederate forces fighting in the mid-west and south, including battles around Vicksburg and Rating: % positive. Image 58 of Record, Third Michigan cavalry, civil war, 38 MICHIGAN VOLUNTEERS, Tenn. Mustered Jan. 27, Mustered out at San Antonio, Texas.

      The 33rd Texas Cavalry Regiment is rich in historical color. Recently, while visiting the gift shop at Washington on the Brazos, I thought, maybe here. I looked, many books on the Confederacy, few on Texas history of the Civil War. Certainly none on the 33rd Cavalry. Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War - Civil War Book Review The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War has 6 ratings and 3 reviews. Charles said: History of this little known, but apparently significant cavalry unit texas - James.

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The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War by Douglas Hale Download PDF EPUB FB2

The author gives the facts and does not overload the book of personal opinions and bias of the circumstances that led up to the Civil War. The author also gives an excellent background of the leaders of the 3rd Texas Cavalry who were mostly well off financially when the war began.

The 3rd Texas Cavalry was not in the eastern theatre of the Cited by: 3. The 3rd Texas Cavalry Regiment or South Kansas-Texas Mounted Volunteers was a unit of mounted volunteers that fought in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil regiment fought at Wilson's Creek and Chustenahlah inPea Ridge, Corinth siege, Iuka, Second Corinth, and the Holly Springs Raid inThompson's Station inand in the Atlanta campaign and at.

The Third Texas Cavalry Regiment, recruited from twenty-six counties of northeastern Texas, was one of the most famous Confederate units from the Lone Star State.

Douglas Hale narrates troop movements and battle actions, sensitively portraying the sufferings and private thoughts of individual cavalrymen and their commanders as they marched back and forth across the Southern landscape.5/5(1).

Bibliography. Those linked in blue can be read online. The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War by Douglas Hale (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ). The The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War book Star Defenders: A Chronicle of the Third Texas Cavalry, Ross' Brigade by S.

Barron (New York: Neal Publishing, ). Ross' Texas Brigade: Being a Narrative of Events Connected with its Service in the Late War Between.

This is a list of Texas American Civil War Confederate Units. The Texas Union Army units are listed separately. Company B (Comal Co.; Hoffmann's Company; German Company) 35th Cavalry (Likens' and Burns' Cavalry Battalions and three companies transferred from Terrell's Regiment; Likens's Regiment) Personnel of the Civil War.

Vol. 1: The. THIRD TEXAS Elkanah B. Greer mustered the Third Texas Cavalry Regiment into Confederate service at Dallas on J The original unit consisted of 1, officers and men recruited principally from a dozen counties of Northeast Texas: Cass, Cherokee, Harrison, Hunt, Kaufman, Marion, Rusk, San Augustine, Shelby, Smith, Upshur, and Wood.

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Third Texas Cavalry Regiment. The 3rd Texas Cavalry Regiment was organized in Dallas in June Many of the members were members of the Knights of the Golden Circle, a secret society that had promoted secession before the war.

The regiment became part of the Texas Cavalry Brigade. The 3rd Cavalry Regiment, formerly 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment ("Brave Rifles") is a regiment of the United States Army currently stationed at Fort Hood, Texas.

The regiment has a history in the United States Army that dates back to 19 Maywhen it was constituted in the Regular Army as the Regiment of Mounted Riflemen at Jefferson Barracks, : United States Army.

Get this from a library. The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War. [Douglas Hale] -- "The Third Texas Cavalry Regiment, recruited from twenty-six counties of northeastern Texas, was one of the most famous Confederate units from the Lone Star State.

Douglas Hale narrates troop. Douglas Hale, The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War, (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press,ISBN: ) Douglas John Cater, As It Was: Reminiscences of a Soldier of the Third Texas Cavalry and the Nineteenth Louisiana Infantry (State House Press,ISBN: ).

The unit remained intact throughout the war, and saw service in both the Trans-Mississippi Department and in most of major campaigns of the Western Theater of War.

The Third Texas Cavalry fought in battles as far apart as Oklahoma and Atlanta and eventually became part of Sul Ross' famous Texas Brigade. For the four long years of the American Civil War, Sam Barron rode with the famed Third Texas Cavalry under General Lawrence Sullivan Ross (governor of Texas twice and president of Texas A&M).

Ross' Brigade, as it was known, was involved in some of the most important and successful Confederate operations of the war. Image 21 of Record, Third Michigan cavalry, civil war, J Third Cavalry.

Ihe Third Michigan Cavalry was organized at Grand Rapids, Mich., in September,and mustered into the United States service October 4th following, with an enrollment of officers. FOURTH TEXAS Fourth Texas Cavalry, also known as Fourth Regiment, Texas Mounted Volunteers, was organized in September and was assigned to Henry H.

Sibley's Army of New Mexico. The men were primarily recruited from the counties of Caldwell, Cherokee, Dewitt, Guadalupe, Houston, Milam, Nacogdoches, and Victoria. By summer, the Thirty-third joined Sam Bell Maxey's command.

As Gano's Brigade returned to Texas after their raid into the Indian Territory that resulted in the Second Battle of Cabin Creek, General Maxey attached Colonel Duff's Thirty-third Texas Cavalry to the brigade. These men, being fresh and rested, escorted Federal prisoners captured.

Otherwise a very nice tight book. The Third Texas Cavalry was very active in the Western campaigns. Barron recalls the soldiers' lives in camp and in the field. Nevins, Vol. 1, pp"Even though based for the most part on memory, and occasionally drifting off on dramatic tangents, this narrative is a standard source for Texas in the Civil War.".

HOME Welcome. Welcome to the web site of the Third Regiment of Texas Cavalry. I am Major Dyson Nickle, the commanding Officer of the 3rd Texas Cavalry, and Company "C" also known as “The Lone Star Defenders.” Our primary focus is the accurate portrayal of the cavalry and dismounted cavalry during the Civil War period.

Get this from a library. The Lone Star defenders: a chronicle of the Third Texas Cavalry Regiment in the Civil War. [S B Barron]. The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War.

(Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, ), FHL book M2ha; Kirk, Stephen S. Line of battle: Sul Ross' Brigade: 3rd Texas Cavalry, 6th Texas Cavalry, 9th Texas Cavalry, 27th Texas Cavalry. (Harrisonville, Missouri: Burnt District Press, c), FHL book M2ksL. The Third Texas fought for the Confederacy on battlefields from the Great Plains to the Appalachian Mountains.

From their enlistment in to their surrender inthese stalwart horse soldiers from East Texas participated in seventy-two separate engagements.3/5.1st Texas Infantry, Co. D, Texas Guards, CSA (hosted at Civil War Rosters) 1st Texas Sharpshooters, CSA (hosted at Lamar County TXGenWeb) 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry Regiment (hosted at Texas Brigade) 2nd Texas Cavalry - Gidding's Bn.

Co. B (hosted at Civil War Rosters) 2nd Texas Cavalry Co. K (No host listed) 2nd Texas Infantry.The Third Regiment of Cavalry was organized by an act of Congress approvedas the Regiment of Mounted Riflemen; and its present designation is in consequence of the act approved August 3,classifying all the mounted regiments as cavalry, and the subsequent numbering of them in the chronological order of their original organization.