for evacuation of civilians, 476-78.
March through Georgia, 483-84.
Capture of Savannah, 484-85.
March from Savannah north, 530-40.
Burning of Columbia, S. C., 531-32.
Conferences with J. E. Johnston on terms of surrender, 580-84, 587-88. Dr. Bachman's report of atrocities in South Carolina, 601-06.
Shields, General, 92, 93, 94, 96.
Shiloh, Battle of, 20, 39, 40, 41, 48-57, 326.
Preparation, 43-48. Confederate army retired after first day, 57.
Retreat of Confederates, 57.
Shipp, Colonel, 565
Shoup, General, 468, 470.
Sibley, General, 198.
Sickles, General, 618, 624, 626, 627, 628.
Sigel, General, 39, 275, 444, 445, 447.
Sinclair, Commander, 191.
Slaughter, Gen. J. E., 592.
Slavery. States reserved power to legislate within themselves, 6.
Confiscation law, 5-6, 8.
Cause of all the trouble according to Federal Congress, 136-37.
Abolition legislation, 137-49.
Emancipation in District of Columbia, 145-46.
Emancipation in territories, 147.
Lincoln's resolution r
l; Halsey, Stephen P., major; Peters, William E., colonel.
Twenty-first Infantry battalion (Pound Gap battalion. Merged into Sixty-fourth Virginia): Stemp, Campbell, lieutenant-colonel; Thompson.
John B., major.
Twenty-first Infantry regiment: Berkeley, William R., major; Cunningham, Richard H., Jr., lieutenant-colonel; Gilham, William, colonel; Kelly, Alfred D., major; Moseley, John R., major; Moseley, William P., lieutenant-colonel; Patton, John M., Jr., lieutenant-colonel, colonel; Shipp, Scott, major; Witcher, William A., lieutenant-colonel, colonel.
Twenty-first Militia regiment: Jones, Warner T., colonel; Seawell, William H., major, lieutenant-colonel; Taliaferro, Thomas S., major; Taylor, Fielding L., lieutenant-colonel.
Twenty-second Cavalry regiment: Bowen, Henry S., colonel; Kendrick, Henry F., major; Radford, John T., lieutenant-colonel.
Twenty-second Infantry battalion (formed from Second Virginia Artillery): Bowles, John S., major; Johnson, James C., major