History of the First Regiment of Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry in the Great War of the Rebellion: With the Armies of the Ohio and Cumberland, Under Generals Morgan, Rosecrans, Thomas, Stanley and Wilson. 1862-1865 (link to PDF eBook on Google)
The First Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, U.S.A., was an East Tennessee regiment. By the summer of 1863, the regiment was fighting alongside the Second Michigan Volunteer Cavalry and the Ninth Pennsylvania in the First Brigade, First Division, of the reorganized cavalry of the Army of the Cumberland. William Randolph Carter, the author, was a soldier in the First Tennessee Vols, and gives a detailed account of the regiments movements and experiences.
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First Brigade, First Division
After the June 1863 reorganization of the cavalry of the Army of the Cumberland, under General David S. Stanley (cavalry corps):
Regiments: First Tennessee Volunteers, Second Michigan Volunteers, and Ninth Pennsylvania (92nd Volunteers)
Brigade Commander: Colonel Archibald P. "Archie" Campbell (Second Michigan).
Division Commander: General Robert Byington Mitchell.
Corps Commander: General David S. Stanley.
Title: History of the First Regiment of Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry in the Great War of the Rebellion: With the Armies of the Ohio and Cumberland, Under Generals Morgan, Rosecrans, Thomas, Stanley and Wilson. 1862-1865
Author: William Randolph Carter
Publisher: Gaut-Ogden Company, printers, 1902
Original from: the University of California
Digitized: Oct 10, 2007
Length: 335 pages
Accessed via: Google Books