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The Ringgold cavalry, the rest of the story

compiled and edited by Ralph Haas
Books/Monographs
English
Apollo, Pennsylvania : Closson Press, c1988
277 p.
0933227558

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The Ringgold Cavalry was formed in 1847 and practiced until they answered the call in 1861, being inducted into the U.S. Army in June. They and the Washington Cavalry Company (organized in 1861) and five new companies (organized in 1862) were all from Washington County, Pennsylvania and were known as the Ringgold Battalion. In 1864 this Battalion became part of the newly organized Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry's 22nd regiment.

This history includes information on the McNeill's Rangers of the Confederate States.

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