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a granary for the armies of the Confederacy. Sheridan and his men had orders ruthlessly to destroy nd gave so much annoyance that on October 8th Sheridan directed Torbert to give Rosser a drubbing need cavalry. In the brilliant part taken by Sheridan's cavalry in retrieving the misfortunes of thtity of other property. This battle, which Sheridan's magnetic presence turned into a great victo movements, culminating on March 27, 1865, in Sheridan's veteran cavalry corps joining the Army of tmpaign against Lee. In the Valley Campaign Sheridan's cavalry captured 2556 prisoners, 71 guns, 2 Cavalry that closed in on Richmond While Sheridan's troopers were distinguishing themselves in oit, the capture of Lee's provision trains by Sheridan, which Grant in his delicacy did not reveal tpping the very life blood of the Confederacy, Sheridan and his cavalry of the Army of the Potomac haant in front of Petersburg on March 27, 1865, Sheridan received instruction from his chief to move w[5 more...]
ted States Army (Retired) Custer and his dog Sheridan and his right-hand men This photograph shows Sheridan Sheridan and his leaders, who drove Early and the Confederate cavalry from the Shenandoah Valley, and brought the Federal cavalry to the zenith of its power. Sheridan stands at the extreme left of the picture. Next to him is General Forsyth, and General Mat which sent Early whirling through Winchester. All but Sheridan have been obliging. General Forsyth is leaning over, hantentive position. Custer alertly surveys his chief. But Sheridan, his hand clenched beside him, still gazes resolutely at able cavalry leaders as the so-called War of Secession. Sheridan, Stuart, Buford, Gregg, Wilson, Merritt, Fitz Lee, Pleaso and in the volume to be devoted to biography. General Philip Sheridan with General Sheridan in Lee's last campaign. General Sheridan in Lee's last campaign. By a staff officer. (Philadelphia) J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1866. The general is short in stature — below the medium — wi<