James Kidd writes of his time in George Custer's 6th Michigan Cavalry Brigade at Gettysburg and elsewhere.

One of the most exciting and adventurous memoirs of a cavalryman in the American Civil War. Written after Custer’s death, James Kidd tells us that the popular notion of the famous boy general is not what he experienced serving under him in battle. At Gettysburg, Yellow Tavern, Falling Waters, and other battles, Kidd provides a real look at life on horseback, right up to the surrender at Appomattox.

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