JOURNAL OF THE U.S. CAVALRY ASSOCIATION. Vol. VI, March, 1893—No. 20

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Published by the United States Cavalry Association, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1893. 447 pp., maps, diagrams. Half-leather & black glazed cloth w/raised bands and gilt spine lettering. Exhibits medium wear and rubbing at the extremities. Else good, with tight spine. Among the various essays is an account of the 1st Massachusetts Cavalry at High Bridge, VA, April 6, 1865. Also an intriguing piece arguing against replacing the .45 caliber single action Colt with .38 caliber revolvers (no stopping power). Good cavalry collectible.  [jp]

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