Stuart, Buford, Pleasonton, Fitzhugh Lee, Stanley, Wilson, Merritt, Gregg, and others — all graduates of the service school of the Plains.
A cavalry leader at Gettysburg--General David McM. Gregg and staff
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The Second Cavalry Division under Gregg patrolled the right flank of the Federal army, with occasional skirishing, until Stuart's arrival July 3d with the Confederate horse.
Gregg's division and Custer's brigade were then on the right of the line. the first charge for Stuart, as did the First Michigan Cavalry for Gregg.
Countercharge followed upon charge.
In a dash for a Confederate ltaneously with Pickett's charge was passed.
This photograph shows Gregg with the officers of his staff. may be imagined.
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The important actions on the third day comprised that in which Gregg prevented Stuart from penetrating the right rear of the Union line