Captain Richard Blazer's scouts became the nemesis of Colonel John S. Mosby's Partisan Rangers

Stephenson, Darl L.
January 2002
America's Civil War;Jan2002, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p18
Reports the testing for federal dominance through the use of mounted raids conducted by guerilla in south-western part of Virginia. Deployment of large expedition and conduct scouting to remedy bushwhacking; Discussions on the effort of Captain Richard Blazer; Details on the military strategy made by the soldiers.


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