Under the Stars and BarseBook - 2016
The sudden drumming of hooves mingling with the crackle of revolvers' shots, accompanied by a ringing shout of 'Yeeah! Texas Light!' Following them, smoke and flames might rise from a Quartermasters' Corps depot; a supply train would be found, its wagons wrecked, their loads carried off and teams driven away; a cursing Artillery officer could find the guns in his battery spiked and his magazine exploded. That was how the men who rode under the Stars and Bars flag of the Confederate States fought against the Yankees in Arkansas. One name ranked high when such incidents were mentioned. That of an eighteen-year-old captain, the commanding officer of the Texas Light Cavalry's Company 'C'.His name was Dusty Fog. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Piccadilly Publishing, 2016.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource
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