Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Basil W. Duke” in chapter 1.38 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...of grace, activity and strength.
The prince of Kentucky cavaliers, Morgan was the peer of the immortals-Stuart and Hampton, Forrest and Wheeler.
Associated with him, always second in command, was Basil W. Duke , the Baron Henry of the youthful cavalrymen—the flower of old Kentucky.
While Morgan was bold in thought and action, he neglected no precaution that would insure success or avert di...
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