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The Photographic History of The Civil War: in ten volumes, Thousands of Scenes Photographed 1861-65, with Text by many Special Authorities, Index (ed. Francis Trevelyan Miller) 2 0 Browse Search
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ast type, V., 131. Mortar schooners used by Federals Vi., 190, 195, 197, 200. Mortars: V., 23; Coehorn, V., 149, 178; Confederate at Petersburg, V., 182; Federal at Petersburg, V., 182. Morton, J. S., III., 261. Morton, O. P., X., 292. Morton, St. C., for whom Fort Morton was named, III., 206. Morton, Camp, Ind. , IV., 214. Morton Ford, Va.: II., 350; III., 30; IV., 119; VII., 181. Morton, Fort, Va. (see Fort Morton, Va.): I., 34: V., 95. Mosby, C. F., Confederate drummer boy, VIII., 383. Mosby, J. S.: II., 330, 348; IV., 27, 32, 77, 116, 166; and staff, IV., 166 seq., 168, 169, 171 seq., 176 seq., 178, 180, 219. Moscow, Ark., II., 352. Moscow, horse of P. Kearny, IV., 318. Moscow Station, Miss., II., 346. Moses, Lieutenant Vii., 123. Mosher,, C. S. S.: I., 227; VI., 187, 191, 200. Mosquito fleet: Union, I., 243; Confederate, I., 356. Moss, L., VII., 17. Mother Kissed Me in My Dream