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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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rces which composed my command till after dark. The force I had with me was one thousand nine hundred and twenty-five strong, and consisted of detachments from the following regiments, namely:  Commander.No. Men. First Indiana Cavalry,Capt. Walker,300 Ninth Illinois Cavalry,Major Birge,150 Third Iowa Cavalry,Major Scott,188 Fourth Iowa Cavalry,Capt. Perkins,200 Fifth Illinois Cavalry,Major Soley,212      1,050 The above I formed into one brigade under the command of Colonel Hale Wilson, of the Fifth Illinois cavalry.  Commander.No. Men. Sixth Missouri Cavalry,Major Harkins,150 Fifth Kansas Cavalry,Lieut.-Col. Jenkins,208 Tenth Illinois Cavalry,Capt. Auderson,92 Third Illinois Cavalry,Lieut.-Col. Ruggles,200 Second Wisconsin Cavalry,Lieut.-Col. Sterling,225      875 The last-named were placed under command of Colonel Thomas Stephens, Second Wisconsin cavalry. As soon as possible after landing, I took up my line of march for the interior, and wen