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  • Cavalry Clash in the Sandhills, Battle of Monroe's Crossroads, North Carolina, Southeast Archaeological Center, National Park Service>

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    Cavalry Clash in the Sandhills The Battle of Monroe's Crossroads, North Carolina, 10 March 1865*

    The battle at Monroe's Crossroads, fought on March 10, 1865, was one of thelargest all-cavalry engagements of the American Civil War. Though not a majorbattle in terms of its effect on the outcome of the war, it is of interest tohistorians for the role it played in General William T. Sherman's march throughthe Carolinas.

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    Fiery Dawn - Monroe's Crossroadspopular volume

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    * Staff Ride Study, National Park Service/U.S. Armyjoint publication, 1997. For more information,

    contact:Jeff Irwin, Cultural Resources Manager, Cultural Resources Management Program, Department of the Army,Directorate of Public Works (IMSE BRG PW), HQ Fort Bragg, Garrison Command (ABN), Installation ManagementAgency, BLDG 3-1333 Butner Road, Fort Bragg NC 28310-5000; email:jeff.irwin@us.army.mil. Web site: http://www.bragg.army.mil/culturalresources/. See also USMA Staff Ride pages.

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  • Cavalry Clash in the Sandhills: The Battle of Monroe's Crossroads

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    List of FiguresList of MapsTablesAcknowledgements

    INTRODUCTION The Battle of Monroe's CrossroadsStaff Ride: An Exercise in LeadershipTraining Setting the Stage Small Arms at Monroe's Crossroads Field Artillery Tactics The Battle Staff Ride Exercise The Tenets of Army Operations The Dynamics of Combat Power The Principles of War Staff Ride Purpose and Objectives

    THE BATTLE Situation Mission Execution Confederate Reconnaissance Dawn Attack The Swamp Stops the Federal Rout Kilpatrick's Scouts Arrive Lieutenant Stetson Reaches His Guns Confederates Counterattack The Confederates Retire

    Bibliographic Essay

    Appendices: A: Union Order of Battle B: Confederate Order of Battle C: Union Commanders D: Confederate Commanders

    Kenneth Belewwith an Introduction by

    Kenneth Belew and Douglas D. Scott

    Dedicated to the American Soldier

    Prepared for:United States Army

    XVIII Airborne Corps and Fort BraggFort Bragg, North Carolina

    By:U.S. Department of the Interior

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