List of Louisiana Civil War Confederate Units

List Of Louisiana Civil War Confederate Units

This is a list of Louisiana Civil War Confederate Units.

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List Of Louisiana Civil War Confederate Units - Misc - Cavalry
... Benjamin's Company, Cavalry Bond's Company, Mounted Partisan Rangers Cole's Company, Cavalry Dreux's Cavalry, Company A Greenleaf's Company (Orleans Light Horse), Cavalry Norwood's Company (Jeff Davis Rangers), Cavalry Nutt's Company (Red River Rangers), Cavalry Ogden's Cavalry (a.k.a. 9th Louisiana Cavalry) Plains Cavalry Webb's Company, Cavalry ...

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