BUGLES, BOOTS, AND SADDLES: Exploits of the U.S. Cavalry
In the early days of our military history, it appeared George Washington was prepared to dispense with the use of mounted troops. But he eventually saw their value, and over the next hundred years the cavalry adapted itself to the needs and imperatives of the growing nation. This is the story of the U.S. Cavalry. Illus.
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