2nd North Carolina Cavalry Regiment: AKA 19th North Carolina State Troops: The Weekly Standard

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2nd North Carolina Cavalry Regiment:

A.K.A.19th North Carolina Regiment (State Troops)

 The Weekly Standard of Raleigh

Cherokee Calvary, Cherokee Infantry
The Weekly Standard of Raleigh, N.C. July 3, 1861

CAPTAIN GEORGE W. HAYS [HAYES] has raised a fine company of Calvary [2nd North Carolina Cavalry Regiment, aka 19th North Carolina Regiment--State Troops] in Cherokee, and CAPTAIN [JOHN W.] FRANCIS, a company of Infantry [
25th North Carolina Infantry Regiment]. Jackson, Macon, and Cherokee have sent 1,000 men in defense of the South.

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Recommended Reading: The 2nd North Carolina Cavalry. This history covers not only the Second North Carolina Cavalry’s accomplishments and failures, but the events that influenced its actions and heroic performance. The author pays particular attention to the Second North Carolina’s involvement with the Army of Northern Virginia and the North Carolina Cavalry Brigade, and includes official documents, letters written to and from home, and diaries and memoirs to present the soldiers’ war experiences.

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