The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 64, July 1960 - April, 1961 Page: 477
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Recruiting Confederate Cavalry in Texas
service to the seemingly unexciting and inglorious infantry serv-
ice. By 1865 Texas had recruited some 58,533 men in fifty-eight
regiments and fifteen battalions for the Confederate cavalry-
more horsemen than the combined totals from Arkansas, Louis-
iana, Missouri, and the Indian Territory."
CONFEDERATE CAVALRY UNITS RAISED IN
TEXAS DURING 1861"
1st Reg. (Mted. Rifles)
1st Reg. (Ariz. Brigade)
2nd Reg. (Mted. Rifles)
3d Reg. (S. Kan.-Tex. Reg.)
a 1th Reg.
(also 8th Reg.)
H. E. McCulloch
W. P. Hardeman
J. R. Baylor
John S. Ford
B. W. Stone,
W. B. Sims
M. F. Locke
W. C. Young
W. H. Parsons
N. H. Darnell
B. F. Terry
X. B. Debray
J. W. Whitfield
R. S. Gould
J. R. Burnett
53Stephen B. Oates, Confederate Cavalry in the 'Ians-Mississippi (Master's thesis,
University of Texas, 196o), 253-264, 266, 267.
*Compiled from Abstracts of Monthly Troop Returns, August 31, and October,
1861, Official Records, ser. I, vol. III, 690, 73o; Abstract of Monthly Troop Returns,
December 31, 1861, ibid., ser. I, vol. VIII, 718-719; Statement of Organized Con-
federate Units, September, 1861, ibid., ser. IV, vol. I, 630; Dallas Herald, July 31,
October 3o, November 6, 1861; Wooten, Comprehensive History of Texas, II, 572-
630; Roberts, "Texas," Confederate Military History, XI, 45-58; Rose, Gen. Ben
McCulloch, 129-134; Rose, Ross' Texas Brigade, 132-135; John M. Harrell, "Arkan-
sas," Confederate Military History, X, 70; U. S. War Department, List of Field
Officers, Regiments and Battalions in the Confederate Army, x861-x865 [Washing-
ton, D. C., 189-?]; Lester N. Fitzhugh, Texas Batteries, Battalions, Regiments, Com-
manders and Field Officers, Confederate States Army, 1861-1865 (Midlothian, Texas,
1959), 4-5, 11-17; and Harry M. Henderson, Texas in the Confederacy (San An-
tonio, 1955), 123-144.
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