Camp
Entrance

 Company  HdQtrs.

Links & Resources

Blue Star Service

re-enacting information

Raid
Schedule

Photo
Gallery

Muster
Roll

Recruiting
Tent

Constitution
& By-Laws

Special
Orders

 historical information

Company
Roster

Historical Documents

Illustrated
History

Articles
of War

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Illustrated History

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crossed banners
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Confederate Third National Flag and Battle Flag
Courtesy:  Sons of Confederate Veterans Dillard-Judd Camp 1828
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Background Music:
"shining of the moon"
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Choose from the following hyperlinks to view the illustrated unit history.
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1857-61     1862     1863     1864     1865     1866-Present

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The history of the Lexington Rifles is the history of the Second Kentucky Cavalry itself, for from this pre-war state militia unit grew the formidable regiment which gained renown as "Morgan’s Raiders".  Made up of volunteers from all walks of life, it was the farthest ranging unit in the war — raiding, skirmishing, and fighting across ten states.  

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Personal Items owned by John Hunt Morgan

Above, a matching pair of Colt 1860 Army revolvers with engraved ivory grips and the General's dark blue kepi.
 Below, Morgan's Texas Saddle  and his McClellan Saddle.

                 

 

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Equestrian Statue of John Hunt Morgan
Fayette County Courthouse  –  Lexington, Kentucky

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Choose from the following hyperlinks to view the illustrated unit history.
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1857-61     1862     1863     1864     1865     1866-Present

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