Three Years in the Federal Cavalry cover

Three Years in the Federal Cavalry

Willard Glazier (1841-1905)

1. Chapter 1 - The War for the Union--Contest Begun
2. Chapter 2 - Camp-Life and its Influences
3. Chapter 3 - Preparations for Active Service
4. Chapter 4 - The Advance to the Rappahannock
5. Chapter 5 - Pope's Campaign in Northern Virginia
6. Chapter 6 - Rebel Invasion of Maryland
7. Chapter 7 - McClellan Succeeded by Burnside
8. Chapter 8 - Organization of a Cavalry Corps
9. Chapter 9 - Rebel Chiefs and their Raids
10. Chapter 10 - Chancellorsville and Stoneman's Raid Part 1
11. Chapter 10 - Chancellorsville and Stoneman's Raid Part 2
12. Chapter 11 - From Yorktown to Falmouth
13. Chapter 12 - Second Invasion of Maryland-- Gettysburg Part 1
14. Chapter 12 - Second Invasion of Maryland-- Gettysburg Part 2
15. Chapter 13 - Retreat of the Rebels from Gettysburg Part 1
16. Chapter 13 - Retreat of the Rebels from Gettysburg Part 2
17. Chapter 14 - Kilpatrick's Gunboat Expedition Part 1
18. Chapter 14 - Kilpatrick's Gunboat Expedition Part 2
19. Chapter 15 - Capture of the Author

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Summary

Captain Glazier narrates his experiences as a cavalryman in the Federal Army during the Civil War, from his enlistment in New York State to his capture at the battle of Brandy Station.