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New York 10th Cavalry, Company I (Union)


Organized - New York 10th Cavalry, Company I - New York


Battle - Brandy Station - Culpeper County, Virginia

Brandy Station
Brandy Station

> *As we emerged from the woods into an open space or field where our mounted skirmishers were deployed, it was clearly discovered that our troops were confronted with a heavy line of infantry, who, with weapons of a longer range than that of our carbines, were dismounting our men at a fearful rate, whilst they were unable to inflict any punishment upon the enemy. As Colonel Devin approached the skirmish line, he at once became the target for the Rebel sharp shooters and, the way the minnie balls were whiz…READ MORE


Battle - Middleburg - Loudoun County, Virginia


Less than two weeks after the start of the Gettysburg Campaign, Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart's cavalry screened the Confederate infantry as it marched north behind the sheltering Blue Ridge Mountains. Stuart established his headquarters at Middleburg, on the Ashby's Gap Turnpike just east of the Blue Ridge, and scattered his brigades throughout the Loudoun Valley to monitor Union activity. Stuart's counterpart, the Federal cavalry commander, Maj. Gen. Alfred Pleasanton, had orders to penetrate Stuart's screen a…READ MORE


Mustered Out - New York 10th Cavalry, Company I - New York

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