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Soldier in the saddle

Blacker, Hugh Sir.

Soldier in the saddle

by Blacker, Hugh Sir.

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Published by Burke in London .
Written in English


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Statement"Monkey" Blacker.
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Open LibraryOL16800196M

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A large part of American history was written from the seat of a military saddle. While the United States Army used horse-mounted fighting men from the very beginning, it was in the nineteenth century - from the decade before the Mexican War through the Indian wars - that the dashing cavalry units captured the American imagination/5(14).

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Although focused on the actions of the cavalry of the Army of the Tennessee, an equally important part of the Soldier in the saddle book its presentation and analysis of the history of the Chickamauga campaign at the operational by: 2. 0Reviews A large part of American history was written from the seat of a military saddle.

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Page - Early'a whole force was now up, and would attack in the morning. We were not to engage in this, however, but were ordered to strike for Westminster, Cockeysville, and the Northern Central railroad. After a heavy march, the brigade halted at New Windsor, and I was ordered to take twenty men on fresh horses, gallop to Westminster, and cut the telegraph.

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Both men rode hard for each other. When they closed to within feet, the soldier fired his revolver, nicking Parker’s thigh. Parker let his arrow fly. It struck the soldier in the shoulder, causing him to drop his gun. Slumped in the saddle, the wounded soldier turned his horse around.

The duel was over. Parker had won. Parker still had to. However, the long years in the saddle at different posts on the western frontier exacted a physical toll on the immigrant soldier.

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