Ross' Texas Brigade : being a narrative of events connected with its service in the late war between the states / By Victor M. Rose.

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A history of Ross' Texas Brigade. Includes details on: the organization of the 3rd Regiment Texas Cavalry; the march to Missouri; Battle of Oaks Hills; Mabry and Johnson's Gallant fight; death of Captain Harris; Battle of Chustenahlah; Winterquarters; Van Dorn assumes command; Elk Horn; Battle of Iuka; Battle of Oakland; Campaign in Tennessee and Missippi; Battle of the Wichita; reminiscences of Camp Chase; and the death of Gen. Van Horn. Features biographical sketches of Gen. John S. Griffith; Hon. O. N. Hollingsworth; Col. Elkanah Greer; H. P. Mabry; Gen. J. W. Whitfield; Col. D. W. Jones; Col. Jack Wharton; Col. ... continued below

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185 p. ports. 22 cm.

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Rose, Victor M. 1881.

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A history of Ross' Texas Brigade. Includes details on: the organization of the 3rd Regiment Texas Cavalry; the march to Missouri; Battle of Oaks Hills; Mabry and Johnson's Gallant fight; death of Captain Harris; Battle of Chustenahlah; Winterquarters; Van Dorn assumes command; Elk Horn; Battle of Iuka; Battle of Oakland; Campaign in Tennessee and Missippi; Battle of the Wichita; reminiscences of Camp Chase; and the death of Gen. Van Horn. Features biographical sketches of Gen. John S. Griffith; Hon. O. N. Hollingsworth; Col. Elkanah Greer; H. P. Mabry; Gen. J. W. Whitfield; Col. D. W. Jones; Col. Jack Wharton; Col. John H. Broocks; and Gen. Laurence Sullivan Ross.

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185 p. ports. 22 cm.

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  • 1881

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Rose, Victor M. Ross' Texas Brigade : being a narrative of events connected with its service in the late war between the states / By Victor M. Rose., book, 1881; Louisville, Ky.. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth26724/: accessed August 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Public Library.