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6 edition of The March of the Mounted Riflemen found in the catalog.

The March of the Mounted Riflemen

From Fort Leavenworth to Fort Vancouver, May to October, 1849

by Raymond W. Settle

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Published by Bison Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history: c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Land forces & warfare,
  • United States - West - General,
  • Oregon National Historic Trail,
  • U.S. Local History - Western United States,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • United States - 19th Century,
  • History: American,
  • USA,
  • Overland journeys to the Pacif,
  • General,
  • Cross, Osborne,
  • Diaries,
  • Gibbs, George,
  • History / United States / 19th Century,
  • Loring, William Wing,
  • West (U.S.),
  • Description and travel,
  • Discovery and exploration,
  • Overland journeys to the Pacific

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages378
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7906254M
    ISBN 100803291965
    ISBN 109780803291966

      In March , the Confederate government directed Colonel Benjamin McCulloch () to raise a regiment of ten companies of mounted riflemen to protect the Texas frontier between the Red River and the Rio Grande. A Report in the Form of a Journal - March of the Regiment of Mounted Riflemen to Oregon in , by; Major Osborne Cross Ye Galleon Press, Fairfield, Washington, Of this Edition Copies were finished - This is Copy Number Measures 10 1/4" x 7 1/4" - pagesSeller Rating: % positive.

    Mounted infantry were infantry who rode horses instead of original dragoons were essentially mounted infantry. According to the Encyclopædia Britannica, "Mounted rifles are half cavalry, mounted infantry merely specially mobile infantry."Today, with motor vehicles having replaced horses for military transport, the motorized infantry are in some respects successors to mounted. The March of the mounted riflemen: first United States military expedition to travel the full length of the Oregon Trail from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Vancouver, May to October, as recorded in the journals of Major Osborne Cross and George Gibbs and the official report of Colonel Loring.

    History of the Cape Mounted Riflemen: With a Brief Account of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope: Illustrated with Drawings of the Standards and the Costume of an Officer of the Corps. Richard Cannon. J.W. Parker, - Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) - 32 pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book.   This company, originally known as “Scotland Neck Mounted Riflemen,” was enlisted in Halifax County beginning Ap , for twelve months original recruits were principally from Halifax County. The company was mustered into Confederate States service at Clarksville on Aug , to date from J , as Captain Patrick M. Edmonston’s Company of North Author: Bobby Edwards.


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The March of the Mounted Riflemen, first published inis important as the only complete record of one of the longest marches ever made. Most of the book is devoted to the journal of the quartermaster, Major Osborne Cross, which describes the experience of recruits unprepared for such an undertaking/5(2).

The March of the Mounted Riflemen Hardcover – January 1, by Ed Raymond W. Settle (Author)Author: Ed Raymond W. Settle. the march of the mounted riflemen, first united states miliatry expedition to travel the full lenth of the oregon trail from fort leavenworth to fort vancouver may to october,as recorded in the journals of major osborne cross and george gibbs and the official report of colonel loring [raymond w.

(editor). The March of the Mounted Riflemen, first published inis important as the only complete record of one of the longest marches ever made.

Most of the book is devoted to the journal of the quartermaster, Major Osborne Cross, which describes the experience of recruits unprepared for such an undertaking. The march of the mounted riflemen. First United States military expedition to travel the full length of the Oregon Trail from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Vancouver May to October, as recorded in the journals of Major Osborne Cross and George Gibbs and the official report of Colonel Loring.

Edited byAuthor: Raymond W. Settle. The March of the Mounted Riflemen: From Fort Leavenworth to Fort Vancouver, May to October Here is the only complete record of one of the longest marches ever made-a five-month, two-thousand-mile trek to establish forts along the Oregon Trail.

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The March of the Mounted Riflemen: First United States Military Expedition to Travel the Full Length of the Oregon Trail from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Vancouver, May to October,edited by Raymond W.

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The March of the Mounted Riflemen: First United States Military Expedition to Travel the Full Length of the Oregon Trail (Northwest Historical Series III).

First edition. Top edge gilt. Top edge Rating: % positive. The march of the mounted riflemen. First United States military expedition to travel the full length of the Oregon Trail from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Vancouver May to October, as recorded in the journals of Major Osborne Cross and George Gibbs and t (Hardcover Book.).

This book is actually several diary accounts of the US Army moving solders across the Oregon Trail in from Fort Abilene to Fort Vancouver/5. The march of the mounted riflemen, first United States military expedition to travel the full length of the Oregon trail from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Vancouver, May to October,as recorded in the journals of Major Osborne Cross and George Gibbs and the official report of Colonel Loring; edited by Raymond W.

Settle Arthur H. Clark Company. The Trooper's Manual, Or, Tactics for Light Dragoons and Mounted Riflemen. Morris, The second captains march on the side opposite to the guides, 4 paces from the flank, and abreast of the centre of their squadrons. The 1st lieutenant of each squadron marches at the head of the 1st platoon, 1 pace in advance of the first files, having the.

The march of the mounted riflemen: first United States military expedition to travel the full length of the Oregon trail from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Vancouver, May to October,as recorded in the journals of Major Osborne Cross and George Gibbs and the official report of Colonel Loring.

Near the end of my book, The Last Day of Forever, I have my main character, Ethan, as a young second lieutenant in a unit called the 1 st Regiment of Mounted Riflemen out in New Mexico Territory. They did exist—and still do.

Here are some highlights of what I discovered in my research for this portion of the book and this particular regiment.

Get this from a library. The March of the mounted riflemen: first United States military expedition to travel the full length of the Oregon Trail from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Vancouver, May to October, as recorded in the journals of Major Osborne Cross and George Gibbs and the official report of Colonel Loring.

[Osborne Cross; George Gibbs; William Wing Loring; Raymond W Settle. During his service to Egypt, Loring attained the rank of Fereek Pasha (Major General).

After his return to the United States, he wrote a book about his Egyptian experiences, entitled A Confederate Soldier in Egypt (). Loring was also the posthumous co-author of The March of the Mounted Riflemen ().

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"March of the Regiment of Mounted Riflemen to Oregon ina Report in the Form of a Journal". Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user :. Second in the series of Classic, Basic and Unspoilt pubs is the Mounted Rifleman at Luddenham, near Faversham.

If anything this classic country pub was even more unspoilt and basic than the Black Bull at Newchurch, and certainly much more a "parlour pub" than the latter ever was. Unfortunately, I only had the pleasure of visiting it on a couple of occasions, both during the early 's.

updated research since U.S. Regiment of Mounted Riflemen () - "Brave Rifles!" "We want men acquainted with pioneer life, who have been accustomed to the woods-men who can sit in the saddle, and who know how to manage a horse, and the use of the never-failing rifle-who can pursue an enemy, and whose habit of life are such, that they can wrap themselves in a blanket at .The regiment has a history in the United States Army that dates back to 19 Maywhen it was constituted in the Regular Army as the Regiment of Mounted Riflemen at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri.

This unit was reorganized at the start of the American Civil Branch: United States Army.