2 edition of Genealogical notes on the 2nd Colorado Cavalry, Union found in the catalog.
Genealogical notes on the 2nd Colorado Cavalry, Union
Sherman Lee Pompey
|Statement||by Sherman Lee Pompey.|
|LC Classifications||E498.6 2nd .P66 1970z|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||86133702|
The Colorado Territory was formally created in shortly before the bombardment of Fort Sumter sparked the American Civil gh sentiments were somewhat divided in the early days of the war, Colorado was only marginally a pro-Union territory (four statehood attempts were thwarted, largely by Confederate sympathizers in July , February , February , and January ). In October the 2nd Colorado and 3rd Colorado Infantry Regiments were consolidated to form the 2nd Colorado Cavalry and on November 5, , Ford was appointed colonel. For much of the war Colonel Ford was stationed in Missouri operating against bushwackers along the Kansas-Missouri border.
Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. The 1st Colorado Cavalry was formed in November by Territorial Governor John Evans, composed mostly of members of the 1st Colorado Infantry and of C and D Companies of the 2nd Colorado Infantry. It was formed both to protect Colorado against incursions from the Confederate forces and to fight the Native Americans who already inhabited the.
2nd Cavalry Regiment, Williams, Ellen. Three years and a half in the Army; or, History of the Second Colorados. By Mrs. Ellen Williams. New York, Pub. for the author by Fowler & Wells [c]. The 1st Colorado Cavalry was formed in November by Territorial Governor John Evans, composed mostly of members of the 1st Colorado Infantry and of C and D Companies of the 2nd Colorado.
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Christopher Rein’s The Second Colorado Cavalry: A Civil War Regiment on the Great Plains is "the first in-depth history of this regiment operating at the nexus of the Civil War and the settlement of the American West."In discussing the origins of the unit, Rein's study also extensively covers the activities of the Second Colorado infantry in New Mexico and Indian Territory before the.
2nd Colorado Cavalry: Looking for any relatives, photos, grave sites, diaries, and information. I am finishing a bio on John Liver Eating Johnston who was with the unit in the Kansas and Missouri arenas. I do have a couple diaries, some photos and all the books that are in reference to 2nd.
The 2nd Regiment, Colorado Infantry was organized at Fort Garland, Canon City, Fort Lyon and Denver, Colorado, December, It was ordered to Springfield, Missouri, October,for consolidation with the 3rd Regiment Colorado Infantry to form the 2nd Regiment, Colorado Cavalry.
For more information on the history of this unit, see. The Second Colorado Cavalry is another Civil War regiment that served with distinction on the geographical fringes of the conflict and has long deserved a standalone unit study. Organized in October through a consolidation of the Second and Third Colorado infantry regiments, the Second Colorado Cavalry guarded the western overland trails, combated guerrillas along the Missouri-Kansas border.
General Description and Notes: The Soldier’s Letter was a regimental paper published between and for the Second Colorado Cavalry: “A Regimental Paper–To Accompany the Regiment.” The paper was priced at 10 cents per single copy.
The paper’s motto, “The Flag We Fight Under,” was accompanied by a Union flag graphic. The regiment was attached to District of Southeast Missouri, Department of Missouri, to December District Genealogical notes on the 2nd Colorado Cavalry St. Louis, Missouri, Department of Missouri, to January District of Central Missouri, Department of the Missouri, to December District of the Genealogical notes on the 2nd Colorado Cavalry Arkansas to September The 2nd Colorado Cavalry mustered out of service at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas on.
2nd Colorado Volunteer Mounted Cavalry, Graham, Missouri. likes. The 2nd Colorado Volunteer Mounted Cavalry is a Union Civil War mounted and dismounted troops that.
Colorado Volunteers; change to cavalry; report to Missouri. Special Orders No. Organization of new 2nd Colorado Cavalry. ELB following Special Orders is reporting from Ft. Larned. "My present quarters are at the Union Hotel, Kansas City, Mo." Replying to letter on issuing commissions to officers 2nd eve.
The new Second Regiment of Colorado Cavalry Volunteers under the leadership of Colonel James H. Ford and Lt. Colonel Theodore H. Dodd (the men who began the regiment in Canon City in December of ) numbered over 1, and were now equal in manpower and quality to the First Colorado Cavalry Volunteers.
Union Regimental Index. Colorado. 1st Regiment Cavalry: 2nd Regiment Cavalry: 3rd Regiment Cavalry: McLain's (McLane's) Independent Battery Light Artillery. Buy Genealogical notes on the 1st Colorado Cavalry, Union by Pompey, Sherman Lee (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Sherman Lee Pompey. The regiment was attached to District of Southeast Missouri, Department of Missouri, to December District of St.
Louis, Missouri, Department of Missouri, to January District of Central Missouri, Department of the Missouri, to December District of the Upper Arkansas to September The 2nd Colorado Cavalry mustered out of service at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, on.
The 1st Regiment, Colorado Cavalry was organized from the 1st Colorado Infantry November 1, It mustered out at Leavenworth, Kansas, Novem For more information on the history of this unit, see: The Civil War Archive section, 1st Regiment Cavalry, (accessed 28 November ).
Civil War Regimental Newspaper: 2nd Colorado Cavalry's Soldier's Letter. Three pages, 8" x ", May- Available at October 17 - The 2nd Regiment Colorado Cavalry was a cavalry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. The 2nd Colorado Cavalry was organized at St.
Louis, Missouri by consolidation of the 2nd Colorado Infantry and 3rd Colorado Infantry to date from October under the command of Colonel James Hobart Ford.
By M.S. Elswick for the Colorado State Archives Discharge Papers for Horatio Babcock (Colorado State Archives) Colorado became a territory just a few weeks before the firing on Fort Sumter signaled the official beginning of the Civil War. Although sentiments were somewhat divided in the early days of the war, Colorado was a Union territory.
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Author: Laurence D. Schiller. Title: The Evolution of Union Cavalry The story of the Federal cavalry during the Civil War is not only the story of the development of raw recruits and officers from difficult beginnings to a finely honed and feared machine.
The Union started the war with five Regular mounted regiments: the 1st and 2nd U.S. Dragoons, the 1st Mounted Rifles, and the 1st and 2nd Cavalry. These were renumbered the 1st through 5th U.S. Cavalry regiments, respectively, and a 6th was recruited.
The First and Second Dragoons (formed in andrespectively), the Regiment of Mounted Rifles (formed in ), and the First and Second Cavalry (formed in ) comprised the entire mobile force on the U.S. frontier.
When war came inthe First and Second Dragoons and the Second Cavalry were recalled to the east. Colorado Cavalry, First Regiment Roster Soldiers with names in bold played a pivotal role in the Sand Creek Massacre.
From NPS/National Archives Project - The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System Records reflect spelling variations for many soldiers.
Genealogists should cross.Colorado 2nd Cavalry Regiment HISTORICAL NOTES: Organized at St. Louis, Mo., by consolidation of the 2nd and 3rd Regiments Infantry to date from October, Union Regimental Histories. Colorado. 1st Regiment Cavalry. Regiment organized from 1st Colorado Infantry November 1, Attached to District of Colorado, District of the Upper Arkansas and District of the Plains until November,operating against Indians and protecting stage routes.