|CHAPTER I. In which the Author Becomes a Confederate Cavalryman -- The March from the Ohio River to Owenton -- Organization -- From Owenton to Camp Buckner -- General Bragg's Campaign -- Battle of Perryville -- Retreat from Kentucky.|
|CHAPTER II. Organization of the Fourth Kentucky Cavalry -- The Muster Rolls.|
|CHAPTER III. General Humphrey Marshall -- General William Preston.|
|CHAPTER IV. Colonel Henry L. Giltner.|
|CHAPTER V. Adjutant-General Edward O. Guerrant -- Captain Peyton Miller.|
|CHAPTER VI. Lieutenant-Colonel Moses Tandy Pryor -- Mrs. Barbara A. Pryor -- Officers in Prison on Johnson's Island.|
|CHAPTER VII. Major Nathan Parker.|
|CHAPTER VIII. The Buttermilk Ranger.|
|CHAPTER IX. East Tennessee Campaign -- Events of 1863--Telford's - Limestone -- Capture of the One Hundreth Ohio Infantry Regiment.|
|CHAPTER X. East Tennessee Campaign, continued -- Battle of Blue Springs.|
|CHAPTER XI. East Tennessee Campaign, continued -- Battle of Henderson's Mill.|
|CHAPTER XII. East Tennessee Campaign, continued -- Battle of Rheatown -- Pugh's Hill - Blountville - Zollicoffer - Abingdon - Review -- Reorganization.|
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Publication information: Book title: Kentucky Cavaliers in Dixie:The Reminiscences of a Confederate Cavalryman. Contributors: Geo. Dallas Mosgrove - Author. Publisher: University of Nebraska Press. Place of publication: Lincoln, NE. Publication year: 1999. Page number: 9.
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