Buford's valiant stand at Gettysburg

Grogan, Michael S.
June 1997
Military History;Jun97, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p62
Presents information on the battle of Gettysburg and how Brigadier General John Buford and his 1st Cavalry Division prevented the Confederate takeover of the town. Background on Buford; Details on the battle; Information on the 1st Calvary Division; Reference to Buford's death in 1863. INSET: Sharps' and Spencer's cavalry carbines..


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