section of the Federal cavalry organization in 1864:
At Belle Plain Landing on the Potomac lay ph was taken at Brandy Station in the spring of 1864.
The sign on the wooden door of the little tenipped horse of the first Massachusetts cavalry--1864: Captain E. A. Flint's horse.
Union supply train.
Just before Sheridan came, 1864: the eighteenth Pennsylvania cavalry.
This photograph sholies during the operations about Petersburg, in 1864.
Sheridan at last was handling his cavalry as lry used the ‘41 Tactics until late in the year 1864, and thereafter a system of drill formulated bytime the photograph above reproduced was taken, 1864, the business of transporting hay to the army iginia: sentry guarding feed for Federal horses, 1864.
The army which McClellan took to the Peninsve irresistible after 1863.
In the fiscal year 1864 the Union Government bought and captured nearlynear Washington, they handled 170,622 horses in 1864, and in June, 1866, they had only 32 left.