By Thomas W. Cutrer
[A] well-written, comprehensively researched biography.--Publishers Weekly
"Will either edify the student whereas beautiful and interesting the overall reader. . . . Cutrer's learn is impeccable, his prose lively, and his lifetime of McCulloch more likely to stay the traditional for lots of years.--Civil War
"A well-crafted paintings that makes an incredible contribution to realizing the frontier army culture and the early levels of the Civil struggle within the West.--Civil struggle History
"A penetrating research of a guy who was once one of many final citizen infantrymen to put on a general's stars.--Blue and Gray
"A brisk narrative choked with colourful quotations by means of and concerning the imperative determine. . . . turns into the normal biography of Ben McCulloch.--Journal of Southern History
"A fast paced, truly written narrative that does complete justice to its heroically outsized subject.--American old Review
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From their collective military experience, Americans in general and frontiersmen in particular had come to believe the citizens of the republic were capable of defending themselves without assistance from the Federal government. John Sevier, hero of Kings Mountain in 1780, and Daniel Morgan, victor at The Cowpens in 1781, were American fountainheads of this faith, a creed borne out by Andrew Jackson at Horseshoe Bend and New Orleans and by Sam Houston at San Jacinto. " Their followers were frontiersmen and democrats, accustomed to fight- Page 4 ing their own battles, whether against Indians, the British, or the Mexicans, and to maintaining a fierce independence from the central government at Washington.
With a combined force of some one hundred Mexicans and three hundred Indians, Cordova launched his campaign on 7 August 1838 from an island in the Angelina River. 9 Caldwell returned his company to Seguin, where it disbanded on 15 May. Soon after, however, he and the McCulloch brothers were together again on a different service. In the summer of 1839 Ben and Henry surveyed the first wagon road from Gonzales to Austin, the newly established seat of government of the republic, and Caldwell's ranger company provided an escort.
I am fortunate to be among them. Page 1 Ben McCulloch and the Frontier Military Tradition Page 2 Broadside containing lyrics to song "Ben M'Cullough," printed in Baltimore in 1861 (courtesy T. Michael Parrish) Page 3 Prologue A Knight of the Most Superior Class From the earliest days of the republic, America's military leadership had been provided by volunteer officers, chosen in time of crisis by their fellow citizens for the qualities they had displayed in everyday life: charisma, courage, and common sense.