Series: The Union Cavalry in the Civil War

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The Union Cavalry in the Civil War: From Fort Sumter to Gettysburg, 1861-1863 by Stephen Z. Starrbook 1
The Union Cavalry in the Civil War: The War in the East, from Gettysburg to Appomattox, 1863-1865 by Stephen Z. Starrbook 2
The Union Cavalry in the Civil War, Vol. 3: The War in the West, 1861-1865 by Stephen Z. Starrbook 3

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  1. Attack and Die: Civil War Military Tactics and the Southern Heritage by Grady McWhiney (1982)
  2. Stephen Dodson Ramseur: Lee's Gallant General by Gary W. Gallagher (1985)
  3. Custer Victorious by Gregory J. W. Urwin (1983)
  4. Rush's Lancers: The Sixth Pennsylvania Cavalry in the Civil War by Eric J. Wittenberg (2007)
  5. One Continuous Fight: The Retreat from Gettysburg and the Pursuit of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, July 4-14, 1863 by Eric J. Wittenberg (2008)
  6. The Battle of the Wilderness May 5-6, 1864 by Gordon C. Rhea (1994)
  7. The Iron Brigade: A Military History by Alan T. Nolan (1961)
  8. Yankee Blitzkrieg : Wilson's Raid through Alabama and Georgia by James Pickett Jones (1976)
  9. The Cavalry at Gettysburg: A Tactical Study of Mounted Operations During the Civil War's Pivotal Campaign, June 9-July 14, 1863 by Edward G. Longacre (1986)
  10. If It Takes All Summer: The Battle of Spotsylvania by William D. Matter (1988)
  11. From Winchester to Cedar Creek: The Shenandoah Campaign of 1864 by Jeffry D. Wert (1987)
  12. Richmond Redeemed : The Siege at Petersburg by Richard J Sommers (1981)
  13. Battle of Monroe's Crossroads and the Civil War's Final Campaign by Eric J. Wittenberg (2006)
  14. Autumn of Glory: The Army of Tennessee, 1862-1865 by Thomas Lawerence Connelly (1971)
  15. Wilsons Cavalry Corps: Union Campaigns in the Western Theatre, October 1864 Through Spring 1865 by Jerry Keenan (1998)

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