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Campaigns of Wheeler and His Cavalry.1862-1865, from Material Furnished Gen. Joseph Wheeler to Which Is Added His Course and Graphic Account of the Santiago Campaign of 1898. Published Under the Auspiecs of Wheelers Confederate Cavalry Association and by Joseph Wheeler

Campaigns of Wheeler and His Cavalry.1862-1865, from Material Furnished

Gen. Joseph Wheeler to Which Is Added His Course and Graphic Account of the Santiago Campaign of 1898. Published Under the Auspiecs of Wheelers Confederate Cavalry Association and by Joseph Wheeler

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Campaigns of Wheeler and His Cavalry.1862-1865, from Material Furnished

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