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Kentucky Cavalry Brigade
Georgetown, Kentucky
Morgan's Raid
June 20-22, 2003
Set #2

Units Represented at the Event
1st Kentucky Cavalry, Co. B
1st Kentucky Cavalry, Co. H
2nd Kentucky Cavalry, Co. L
9th Kentucky Cavalry, Cos. A/B
10th Kentucky Cavalry
The Posse
Bluegrass Mountain Artillery
(Gracey's Kentucky Battery, 35th TX Artillery)
Cobb's Kentucky Battery (Middle Tennessee)

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Day 2: Saturday, June 21
Gracey's Kentucky Battery of The Kentucky Cavalry Brigade presents a fine appearance as the stand ready in camp to take the field for drill on Saturday morning..

Day 2: Saturday, June 21
Cobb's Kentucky Battery (Middle Tennessee) of the Kentucky Cavalry Brigade brings forth it's two-mule team big-wheel gun. This was Cobb's first official appearance as a member of the KCB.

Day 2: Saturday, June 21
After the guns preceded them to the field the cavalrymen of the Kentucky Cavalry Brigade move forward, proudly carrying the new national colors which had been presented earlier in the morning.

Day 2: Saturday, June 21
Adjutant Jim 'Pudden' Allen (right) and Lt. Dean West (left) confer with Saturday's Confederate cavalry commander, Capt. Steve Glaza (center), before drill on Saturday. The men of the Kentucky Cavalry Brigade would be riding with Capt. Glaza's men, consisting mostly of the 6th Kentucky Cavalry, later in the day.

Day 2: Saturday, June 21
Sgt. Dan Lykins of the 35th Texas Artillery uses somewhat more contemporary means to move his full-scale mountain howitzer into position for the coming battle. Sgt. Lykin's unit would anchor the Kentucky Cavalry Brigade's static artillery for the day.

Day 2 Saturday, June 21
The cavalrymen of the Kentucky Cavalry Brigade maneuver on the field during drill.

 

 

 

Day 2 Saturday, June 21
The men of the KCB continue their drill, with the colors prominently displayed.

Day 2 Saturday, June 21
The 9th Kentucky Cavalry of the Kentucky Cavalry Brigade brings its horses up on line while drilling.

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