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The rolls from 1860-18 are mainly of the 2nd Regiment of Texas Cavalry; those from 1865 are from 1st Regiment of Texas Cavalry (San Antonio) and the 2nd Regiment of Texas Cavalry (Brownsville).
The rolls, which are combination muster and payrolls on pre-printed forms, include the following information: name and rank; when, where, by whom, and for what period enlisted; by whom and to what time last paid; bounty paid and due; and remarks (1860-1861).
The later rolls also include the following information: age, miles travelled to place and rendezvous and from place of discharge to home, and amount allotted for clothing, accoutrements, forage, etc.
This year, I’ve committed to finding and reading all of the best business books I can track down. I compiled this list of business books specifically for: As an entrepreneur myself, I’m a huge proponent of reading business books to level up my game for one simple reason: If you want to learn about business or improve on a particular aspect of your business, a – book is one of the cheapest crash-course educations you can get today. for the cost of a decent dinner (I live in San Francisco), you can get a business book that may literally change your life.The Civil War brought a reorganization of the office of Texas adjutant general with the act of December 25, 1861 (Chapter 20, 9th Texas Leg.), that created an adjutant and inspector general who would also serve as ordnance officer and quartermaster and commissary general.Oversight of the 33 brigades of the Texas State Troops plus the Frontier Regiment fell to this office.With your help, I’ve put together this ultimate list of the most relevant, best business books for aspiring entrepreneurs, creatives and professionals to read in 2018.And this is where I need your help…I’ve been flying through business books already thanks to my new gift to myself—an Audible Subscription, so that I can listen to these books on-the-go and during my commute.
Two other military entities were also involved in Texas during this time: Confederate officials and Union troops.