Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-231) and index.
|Statement||edited by Eric J. Wittenberg.|
|Genre||Correspondence., Personal narratives.|
|Contributions||Wittenberg, Eric J., 1961-|
|LC Classifications||E514.6 6th .K44 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||00035635|
Forming perhaps the finest single cavalry brigade in the war, these horse soldiers repeatedly proved themselves as formidable opponents to the Confederates, earning them the nickname of "Custer's Wolverines." Among the Wolverines was James Harvey Kidd, who serves as an excellent example of the sort of man who followed Custer's lead. Get this from a library! One of Custer's Wolverines: the Civil War letters of Brevet Brigadier General James H. Kidd, 6th Michigan Cavalry. [James Harvey Kidd; Eric J Wittenberg] -- "Primarily known for his postwar exploits, most famously his defeat at Little Big Horn, George Armstrong Custer is receiving renewed interest for his successful Civil War generalship. » Subject» Civil War Era» One of Custer’s Wolverines. , pp Cloth, $ ISBN ePub ISBN ePDF ISBN Shipping Status: Available. Note: All eBooks are 15% off the print book price. Courtesy of our partner, Baker & Taylor Publisher Services. Call () to order by. But his reputation as a reckless, glory-seeking commander who wasted his men’s lives was challenged by one of his own Wolverines. CUSTER IN THE CIVIL WAR Thirty-two years after General Custer died, Colonel James H. Kidd wrote a wonderful memoir of .
One of the most exciting and adventurous memoirs of a cavalryman in the American Civil War. Written after Custer’s death, James Kidd tells us that the popular notion of the famous boy general is not what he experienced serving under him in battle. Get this from a library! One of Custer's Wolverines: the Civil War letters of Brevet Brigadier General James H. Kidd, 6th Michigan Cavalry. [James Harvey Kidd; Eric J Wittenberg] -- Primarily known for his postwar exploits, most famously his defeat at Little Big Horn, George Armstrong Custer is receiving renewed interest for his successful Civil War generalship. The Michigan Brigade, sometimes called the Wolverines, the Michigan Cavalry Brigade or Custer's Brigade, was a brigade of cavalry in the volunteer Union Army during the latter half of the American Civil ed primarily of the 1st Michigan Cavalry, 5th Michigan Cavalry, 6th Michigan Cavalry and 7th Michigan Cavalry, the Michigan Brigade fought in every major campaign of the Army of the. George Armstrong Custer (December 5, – J ) was a United States Army officer and cavalry commander in the American Civil War and the American Indian Wars.. Custer graduated from West Point in at the bottom of his class, but as the Civil War was just starting, trained officers were in immediate demand. He worked closely with General McClellan and the future General Buried: Initially on the battlefield;, Later reinterred in .
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