t the siege of Port Hudson, 2.631.
Early, Gen., Jubal, expedition sent out by in the Shenandoah Valley, 3.313; his invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania, 3.341-3.350; operations of in the Shenandoah Valley to the battle of Cedar Creek. 3.363-3.372.
East Tennessee, cruel treatment of Unionists in, 2.36-2.39; minor military movements in, 3.281; journey of the author in, in 1866, 3.283, 287.
Edenton, N. C., capture of, 2.176.
Elizabeth City, N. C., capture of, 2.174.
Ellet, Col. C. L., exploits of in the Queen of the West, 2.589.
Ellet, Gen. A., in the Red River expedition, 3.253. Ellison's Mill, skirmish at, 2.404; battle at, 2.419.
Ellsworth, Col. E. E., death of, 1.483.
Emancipation, first act of congress concerning, 2.29; consideration of in Congress and by Lincoln, 2.554-2.558; the Chicago memorial in relation to, 2.558; preliminary proclamation of, 2.558; definitive proclamation of, 2.559.
Emancipation Proclamation, effect of on the Confederates, 3