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shop at Washington, D. C., VII., 311; murderous two-wheeled and merciful four-wheeled, VII., 311; service, organization of, for transportation of wounded, VII., 312, 316; train of the engineer corps, Falmouth, Va., VII., 314, 315; train at Harewood Hospital, Washington, D. C., VII., 313; medical supply wagons parked, 1864, VII., 313; at City Point, Va., VII., 313. Amelia, ship, VI., 122. Amelia Court House, Va.: III., 304, 309; V., 266; Lee's Army at, VIII., 30; X., 72. Amelia Springs, Va., III., 344; V., 268. Oldest Church in America, II., 351. American slavery Ix., 252. American telegraph Co. VIII., 346. American volunteer, as a soldier, X., 134. Americanism of Southern army Viii., 118, 123. Ames, A.: IV., 197; with staff, VIII., 193, 196. Ammen, J., X., 233. Ammunition: train of Third Divison, IV., 217; Federal scarcity of, V., 136; Confederate, in proportion to Federals killed, V., 170; danger in use of, V., 172; used