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rganization, the Confederate leaders seemed, from the very beginning of the Civil War, to appraise cavalry and its uses at its true valuation; while the Northern
At the busy office of a cavalry quartermaster
This photograph was taken at Brandy Station in the spring of 1864.
The sign on the wooden door of the little tent tells where A. Q. M.
The cavalrymen are evidently at ease.
They have not yet met Stuart in the Wilderness.
The quartermaster of a cavalry corps was the neaof 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 shows the Eighteenth Pennsylvania in winter-quarters near Brandy Station in March, 1864, a month before the most important event in the history of the Federal cavalry — the unifying of the cavalry branch under the aggressive Sheridan.
After Kilpatrick's raid on Richmond, ending the 2d of March, these troopers res