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d temporary military inefficiency.
As late as April, 1864, Sheridan reported the horses of
Cavalry stables at Arlington.
The streets of Washington re-echoed throughout the war with the clatter of horses' hoofs.
Mounted aides, couriers,was too far away to be convenient for horses in use in Washington.
It is three and a half miles as the crow flies from Arlington to the corral.
The photographer has written on the face of the lower photograph the date, June 29, 1864.
At this moment Grant was swinging his cavalry toward Petersburg.
Cavalry stables at Arlington — the great corral in the distance, 3 1/2 miles
Interior view of cavalry stables at Arlington his command worn out by the mistaken use of mounted men to protecArlington his command worn out by the mistaken use of mounted men to protect trains — a duty which could be as well and much more economically performed by infantry; and by the unnecessary picket-duty, encircling the great infantry and cavalry camps of the Army of the Potomac on an irregular curve of nearly sixty miles.