PRESENT SABERS: A POPULAR HISTORY OF THE U.S. HORSE CAVALRY
Author: Allan T. Heninger
Publisher: Excalibur Publications, Jul 2004
An illustrated history of America's involvement with the horse cavalry, from its earliest beginnings during the Revolutionary War through its demise in World War II. 45 illus., 148 photos, 4 charts; 8.5x11 inches, 160 pgs.
Present Sabers is an illustrated history of America's involvement with the horse cavalry, from its earliest beginnings during the Revolutionary War through its demise in World War II. An illustrated history of the horse cavalry.
* America's First Civil War, 1775-1783
* Another War With England, 1812-1815
* Remounted Again, 1833-1846
* On to Mexico, l846-1848
* Western Indian Wars, Phase I, 1849-1861
* Blue Bellies & Johnny Rebs, 1861-1865
* The Only Good Indian -- The Final Phase, 1866-1891
* Foreign Peoples, New Wars, 1892-1901
* Back to the Border -- The Mexican Punitive Expedition, 1916-1917
* The Great World War, 1917-1918
* Years of Peace & War -- The Swan Song, 1919-1943
* George S. Patton Jr.-- The Last True Horse Cavalryman
The book also contains several appendices, as well as depictions of the regular insignia of all the U.S. Cavalry units.