Daniel Murphey's Horse Soldiers at Gettysburg: The Cavalryman’s View of the Civil War’s Pivotal Campaign brings to his account a lively appreciation for the character of horses and their high-maintenance demands. He adds to that another virtue, that of not being obsessed with J.E.B. Stuart, so that both Federal and Confederate cavalry get remarkably equal billing. For those interested in cavalry operations during the Gettysburg campaign, this book stands as a fine introduction to the cavalry’s campaign at Gettysburg, and well-illustrated.
Guelzo, Allen C.
"Horse Soldiers at Gettysburg: The Cavalryman’s View of the Civil War’s Pivotal Campaign,"
Civil War Book Review: Vol. 25
Available at: https://repository.lsu.edu/cwbr/vol25/iss3/9