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Frederick H. Dyer, Compendium of the War of the Rebellion: Regimental Histories 587 133 Browse Search
Elias Nason, McClellan's Own Story: the war for the union, the soldiers who fought it, the civilians who directed it, and his relations to them. 405 1 Browse Search
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 258 16 Browse Search
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: Volume 2. 156 0 Browse Search
William F. Fox, Lt. Col. U. S. V., Regimental Losses in the American Civil War, 1861-1865: A Treatise on the extent and nature of the mortuary losses in the Union regiments, with full and exhaustive statistics compiled from the official records on file in the state military bureaus and at Washington 153 31 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 139 3 Browse Search
Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 2. 120 0 Browse Search
William Swinton, Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac 120 0 Browse Search
Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 2. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.) 119 1 Browse Search
The Photographic History of The Civil War: in ten volumes, Thousands of Scenes Photographed 1861-65, with Text by many Special Authorities, Volume 1: The Opening Battles. (ed. Francis Trevelyan Miller) 111 3 Browse Search
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43; VI., 131, 145, 315. Battery Gregg, S. C., IX., 51. Battery Hays, S. C., V., 112. Battery McAloon, Tenn., II., 295. Battery Magruder, Yorktown, Va. , V., 179. Battery Meade, S. C., Parrott's guns in, V., 115. Battery number 1, Yorktown, Va. , VIII., 317. Battery number 4, Va., I., 252.Yorktown, Va. , VIII., 317. Battery number 4, Va., I., 252. Battery Powell, Corinth, Miss. , II., 154. Battery Reno, S. C., V., 112. Battery Reynolds, S. C., V., 110, 113. Battery Robinett, Corinth, Miss. , II., 140, 145, 153. Battery Rodgers, Va., V., 85, 102, 181. Battery Rosecrans, S. C.: V., 110, 115; Parrott's guns in, V., 114. Battery Semmes, Va214. Brunswick, Ga., IV., 77. Brunswick, Mo., I., 350. Bryan, G., X., 263. Bryan, H., V., 121. Bryan, J. R., balloon trips of, at Yorktown, Va., VIII., 371. Bryan, P., VIII., 289. Bryan, Mayor of Baton Rouge, I., 233. Bryant, D., IX., 347. Bryant, H., VII., 226. Bryant, N. C.,
103; archives, I., 106; cavalry, I., 131; entrenchments, Centreville, Va., I., 166; river defense flotilla, I., 241; breastworks, I., 263; ramparts southwest of Yorktown, I., 265; provisionally organized at Montgomery, Ala., I., 316; Sixth Cav., I., 362; menacing Union cities, II., 64; fortifications, Port Hudson, La., II., 210; III., 171; secret service, VIII., 285 seq.; signals intercepted at Three Ton Mountain, Va., VIII , 326; headquarters at Gettysburg, Pa., VIII., 327; battery at Yorktown, Va., VIII., 371; bill for returning flags, IX., 38; government, organization of, IX., 44; Congress, IX., 288; battle flags, return of, IX., 330; flags, return of, y-seventh Inf. on parade at, VIII., 258; losses at, X., 142, 156. Cornwallis, Marquis of: V., 30 seq.; scene of surrender of, IX., 285; 321; headquarters, Yorktown, Va., used as hospital, VII., 259. Corona College, Corinth, Miss. , VII., 233. Corps, Union, history of, X., 186 seq. Corps, Union: First, I., 307;
II., 342. Falling waters, W. Va.: II., 267; the affair at, July 1, 1861, IV., 76, 78. Falls Church, Va., IV., 78, 79, 171. Falmouth, Va.: I., 362; II., 84, 106, 128; III., 36; 201; ambulance train at, VII., 314, 315; VIII., 243; foreign attaches at, IX., 185. Falmouth Station, Va., II., 85. Famous chargers, IV., 289-318. Fancy, horse of T. J. Jackson, IV., 293. Fanny,, C. S. S., I., 356. Fanny,, U. S. S., VI., 100, 310. Farenholt House, Yorktown, Va. , VIII., 317. Farmington, Miss., I., 362. Farmville, Va., III., 306, 346; VIII., 102; engagement at, IX., 331. Farnsworth, E. J.: IV., 230; death, IV., 232; VIII., 80; X., 137. Farnsworth, J. F., X., 199. Farquhar, F. U., VI., 113. Farragut, D. G.: I., 25, 72 seq., 94, 219, 226 seq., 227, 231 seq.; at Baton Rouge, coaling fleet, I., 233, 249, 362, 366; II., 134, 192, 180, 192, 198, 209, 210, 219-332; III., 319, 328; VI., 38, 43, 55, 114, 120, 151, 1
ill, B. J., VII., 52; X., 297. Hill, C. W., VII., 64, 69. Hill, D., I., 362. Hill, D. B., II., 59. Hill, D. D., I., 265. Hill, D. H.: I., 270, 283, 290, 292, 315, 322, 326, 336; II., 64 seq., 66, 67, 70, 72, 231, 278, 324, 344; V., 64; VII., 102, 109, 346; IX., 201; X., 245, 266. Hill, S, G., X., 141. Hill, Mr. I., 233. Hill plantation, Ark. (see also Bayou Cache, Ark.), I., 368. Hill plantation, Miss., II., 336. Hill's rampart, Yorktown, Va. , I., 265. Hilton Head, S. C.: I., 357, 359; II., 30, 349; V., 151, 259; VI., 22, 57, 58, 117, 313, 316; Island, Port Royal Bay, VIII., 337; IX., 176; burial ground at, IX., 275; capture of, IX, 275., 352, 353. Hillyer, W. S., I., 181; X., 31. Hindman, T. C.: I., 210; II., 282, 288, 326; III., 110; X., 257, 268. Hines, T. H., VIII., 302. Hinks, E. W., X., 215. Hiser, H., V., 29. History of the Civil War in America, by Comte de Paris, II., 82.
uoted, X., 63. Lee, S. D.: quoted, II., 188, 328, 332, 346; III., 138, 330; V., 67, 72; X.,247 268. Lee, S. P., VI., 119, 120, 149, 179, 190, 260, 315. Lee. W. H. F.: I., 275; III., 196, 324, 344; IV., 29, 72, 82, 237, 240; IX., 243, 284. Lee, W. J., VIII., 281. Lee, W. R., VII., 47. Lee and Gordon's Mills, Ga., II., 270, 276 seq., 285. Lee Ford, Wis., II., 320. 340. Lee Springs, Va., II., 322. Lee's Hill, Va., V., 62. Lee's Mills, Yorktown, Va. : I., 262, 264, 360; V., 29, 31, Leesburg, Va. (see also Ball's Bluff. Va.): I., 352; II., 58. Leetown. Ark. I., 358. Legal Viii., 72. Legare's Point, S. C., I., 364. Leggett, M. D., X., 91. Leggett Hill, Ga., III., 131. Lehigh,, U. S. S., VI., 179. Leipsic, losses at, X., 140. Leonard, W. H. H., VI., 83. Le Roy Stafford (Camp, X., 298. Les Miserables de Point Look-out. VII., 125. Let us have peace, U. S. Grant, IX., 117
B., VII., 282. McClellan, G. B.: I., 42, 44, 51 seq.; headquarters, I., 63; headquarters of, two weeks after Antietam, I, 67; relieved, I., 67, 110, 113, 115, 116, 121, 126 seq., 132, 136, 167, 178, 252, 254, 257; headquarters before Yorktown, Va., I., 259, 260, 264, 275, 286, 287, 292, 30l, 307, 310, 314; with staff officers, I., 315, 323, 329, 336, 340, 348, 360, 366; II., 4, 20 seq., 22, 24, 40, 43, 54, 56, 58 seq., 64 seq., 78, 82, 324; IV., 32., 47, 52, 66, 78, 79, 89, 203, 209, 2., VI., 291, 293. Maffit's channel, S. C., VI., 312. Magee, S., VIII., 281. Maggofin, escape from Alton prison, VII., 144. Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S. C. , IX., 274, 277. Magruder, J. B.: headquarters of, Yorktown, Va., I., 261, 262, 263, 265, 323, 325, 327, 330, 332, 333, 360, 362, 368; II., 330; V., 25, 32 seq.; VI., 272, 316; VIII., 149, 371; X., 4, 242, 251. Mahan, A. T., I., 233, 236. Mahone, W.: III., 191, 196, 202, 204, 205, 208, 311; V.,
116, 117, 118, 174; attitude of Confederate Government toward, VII., 174; in Union Army, VII., 191. Negroes: problem of the, II., 30, 31; flocking of, toward the Union army on its march to the sea, III., 223; labor on Confederate earthworks, V., 264; refugees at Richmond, Va., V., 319; enlistment of, VII., 145. Nellie gray, horse of Fitzhugh Lee, IV., 318. Nelson, W.: I., 204, 205 seq., 207, 208, 360; X., 207. Nelson, C. S. S., IV., 264. Nelson Church Hospital, Yorktown, Va. , VII., 259. Nelson Farm, Va., I., 336, 366. Nemeha,, U. S. S., IX., 169. Neosho, Mo., I., 362. Neosho,, U. S. S., VI., 147, 228. Neptune,, C. S. S.: II., 330; VI., 316. Nereus,, U. S. S., III., 342. Neuse River, N. C., VI., 320. Neutrality laws: proclaimed by foreign powers, VI., 292; broken by Corn. Collins, VI., 293, 294; observed by Capt. Winslow, VI., 305. Neviu, H. M., X., 296. New Berne, N. C.: I., 358; II., 348; Vermo
III., 324. Sambo's right to be Kilt, C. G. Halpine, IX., 173, 176. Samuel Orr,, U. S. S., VI., 310. San Antonio, Texas: V., 166; VII., 30; VIII., 70. San Augustine Springs, N. Mex. (see Fort Fillmore, N. Mex.), I., 350. San Jacinto,, U. S. S.: I., 354; VI., 125, 291, 310. San Lucas Spring, Texas, VII, 30. Sanborn., J. B., L, 147. Sanborn, W, X., 217. Sand battery on Gulf Coast Viii., 161. Sand-bag fortifications of Confederates at Yorktown, Va., I., 265. Sanders, Capt. C. S. A., VII., 123. Sanders, W. P., II., 316; X., 139. Sanders, W. W., I., 147. Sanderson, J. M., VI., 45, 55. Sandersville, Ga., III., 338. Sands, B. F. VI., 61. Sandusky Bay, Ohio: prison at, VII., 44; Fort Johnson in, VII., 69. Sanford, E. S., VIII., 344, 346 seq. Sanger, E. F., VII., 77, 149, 167. Sanger, W. D., I., 248. Sanitary Commission (see United States Sanitary Commission), VII., 17 s
C. H.: quoted, VII, 292. Tebault, H., VII., 249. Tecumseh, Chief Iv., 22. Tecumseh,, U. S. S.: VI., 131, 252, 322; IX., 107. Teel's battery, Confederate, I, 358, 360. Telegraph Road, Va.: II., 81; III., 71; V., 260. Telegraph Service, (see also U. S. Military Telegraph Service): during the war, V., 290 seq.; operators, V., 290; service in the field, VIII., 322; for the armies, VIII., 341 seq.; casualties among operators, VIII., 342, 343, 360; tent at Yorktown, Va., VIII., 343; tents or stations used, VIII., 343, 345, 351; non-military status of operators, VIII., 344, 354, 364; operators after Gettysburg battle, VIII., 345; office at War Department, VIII., 346; censorship, VIII., 346; bombproof before Sumter, VIII., 347; stringing wires in the field, VIII., 349; despatch in cipher, VIII., 350; service usefulness, instances of, VIII., 351,353,356, 357,368; military use of, first adopted, VIII., 352, 355; cipher messages intercepted and translated by
4; reserves on picket duty, X., 288, 289. Union, Loudon Co., Va. , II., 326. Union,, U. S. S., VI., 308. Union battery, No. 1, two miles below Yorktown, Va., I., 269. Union battery, No. 4, Yorktown, Va.: I, 253, 255. Union Church, Va. (see also Cross Keys, Va.), I., 366. Union City, Tenn., II., 35Yorktown, Va.: I, 253, 255. Union Church, Va. (see also Cross Keys, Va.), I., 366. Union City, Tenn., II., 350. Union Mills, Va.: I., 161; II., 43; O. & A. Railroad at, V., 283; bridge at, V., 285; regimental headquarters at, VIII., 239. Union Pacific Railroad V., 72. Unionville, Tenn., II., 330. United, by B. Sleed, IX., 190, 191. United Confederate Veterans I., 19. United States,, U. S. S., VI., 19, 4of, V., 224; Company B, V., 225; composition before 1861, V., 226; at Harper's Ferry, Va., V., 228; Peninsula campaign, V., 228; topographical engineers before Yorktown, Va., V., 229; Corps of, V., 229, 232; at Antietam, Md., V., 232; in Chancellorsville, Va., campaign, V., 232; reorganization of, V., 232; at work, V., 233; at Cold
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