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Grant's Cavalryman

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Born in Shawneetown, Illinois in time to be newly graduated from West Point when the Civil War started, James H. Wilson became a brigadier general by the age of twenty-six. Fueled by boundless ambition and the desire to serve his country, he reorganized the Union cavalry in time to gain the upper hand over the Confederate army. But the story of this brash, young man did not end with the capture of Jefferson Davis, for which Wilson was ultimately responsible. His life after the Civil War was also representative of American ...

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Grant's Cavalryman
2000, Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg, PA

ISBN-13: 9780811727808

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Grant's Cavalryman
1996, Stackpole Books

ISBN-13: 9780811707121

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