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and Review, 1865, VII., 11; drill in the field, VII., 305; going to the front, VII., 309; types of, for the transportation of wounded, VII., 310, repair 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:
Cincinnati, horse of U. S. Grant, IV., 291-298; X., 301. Cincinnati,, U. S. S.: I., 182 seq., 185, 215, 222, 237, 238, 356, 362; II. 187, 222; VI., 35, 83, 85, 149, 214, 216, 220, 221, 314, 318; IX., 271. Cipher messages Viii., 350. Cist, H. M., X., 237. Citico Creek, Tenn., II., 295. Citadel, at Port Hudson, II., 215; a Quaker gun, II., 215. City of Memphis, U. S. hospital boat, VII., 318, 319. City Hospital, Richmond, Va. , VII., 243. City Point, Va.: I., 37, 133 seq.; III., 17, 181, 183, 248, 320, 328, 334; cavalry stables at, IV., 57; V., 243, 296; camp of construction corps, U. S. Military railroads at, V., 275; explosion at, V., 187; wharves burned at, V., 291; troops at, V., 291; VI., 114, 125, 275; VII., 99, 102, 107, 111-221; Bull Ring at, VII., 185; the Planter bringing medical supplies to, VII., 227; General Hospital at, VII., 281; ambulance trains at, VII., 313; guarding supplies, VIII., 21; supplies shipped, VIII., 32;
111, 118, 172, 176, 209, 230, 240, 254 seq., 270, 309 seq.; VIII., 17, 22; scout message to, VIII., 26; joins Sheridan, VIII., 30; concentration of troops at City Point, Va., VIII., 43, 95, 102, 132, 134, 198, 202 seq., 206, 209, 226, 240, 248; campaign against Lee, VIII., 250-256, 283, 330, 336, 340; quoted on army telegraph, VIIy, X., 36; in 1864, X., 37; his ancestors, X., 38; in the autumn of 1863, X., 39; in the autumn of 184, X., 39; death of, X., 40; self-confidence of, X., 40; at City Point, in June, 1864, X., 41; his skill as drillmaster, X., 42; on his first trip north, X., 43; at Shiloh, X., 44; in 1865, X., 45; resignation from army, July 31, 1854, X., 46: with staff in 1864, X., 47; with Gen'l Rawlins, X., 49; at City Point, Va., 1865, 49; as an author, X., 50; policies as President, X., 50; generosity of, to Confederates, X., 136; war horse Cincinnati, X., 301. Grant, U. S., Jr. IX., 119. Grant, U. S., 3d, IX., 119. Grant, Mrs. U. S.: III., 13; IX., 1
VII., 226; Federal, record of casualties among, VII., 228; of the two armies, consideration shown one to the other, VII., 290. Medical and surgical supplies: VII., 213 seq.; transportation of, VII., 228, 230. Medical service of the Confederacy Vii., 237. Medical supplies: means and ways of obtaining, by Confederates, VII., 242, 244; want of, among citizens of Southern states, VII., 245; books, in medical department of Confederate army, VIII., 248-250. Medical Landing, City Point, Va. , VII., 227. Medical Purveyors Department, Confederate, VII., 241. Medicines: poor quality and preparation of, VII., 232. Medley, W. Va., II., 348. Meet, O Lord, anon., IX., 352. Meigs, M. C., VII., 69, 98; X., 291. Meikle, G. W., III., 207. Memminger, C. G.: VI., 30; X., 13. Memorial Day: IX., 275; X., 294. Memphis, Mo., I., 368. Memphis, Tenn.: I., 94, 108, 187, 214, 215, 236 seq., 246, 248, 366; II., 182, 188, 341, 350; III
, IX., 281. Nashville,, C. S. S., VI., 272, 310, 312, 318. Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad: II., 168, 273, 274; IV., 254; blockhouse in, IV., 149; V., 295. Nassau, Bermuda, VI., 15. Nast, Thomas a cartoon by, VIII., 2. Natchez, Miss.: courthouse at, I., 93, 231; surrender of, I., 231; VI., 149, 204, 314. Natchitoches, La., VI., 227. National cemeteries: Gettysburg, Pa., II., 259; IX., 281; Alexandria, Va., IX., 281; Charleston, S. C., IX., 281; City Point, Va., IX., 281; Military Cemetery, IX., 281; Soldiers' Home, Washington, D. C., IX., 281. National Encampment, G. A. R., the first encampment held at Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 20, 1866, X., 294. National Intelligencer, Washington, D. C. , quoted from, VII., 52. National Red Cross: organization by Clara Barton, VII., 339. National Tribune, Washington, D. C. , I., 19. National Unity: Prof. Albert Bushnell Hart, quoted on, IX., 219. Nationality of recruits in regime
his men, VIII., 262-263, 268; of the Federal army, VIII., 266 seq.; organization, Federal, VIII., 266; agents' work, VIII., 272; usefulness, instances of, VIII., 278-282, 288, 296, 300, 304; headquarters of, VIII., 283; house occupied by, at City Point, Va., VIII., 283; difference between scouts and spies, VIII., 284; of the Confederacy, VIII., 285 seq.: organization, Confederate, VIII., 286; Federal, VIII., 302; Federal, excellence of, VIII., 302. (See also Military Information, Scouts, Spy.) , 246; VI., 80, 122, 125, 293, 308. Sunter,, U. S. S.: I., 2:7; II., 198; VI., 224. Supplies: difficulties encountered in obtaining, VIII., 30, 32; U. S. army, VIII., 32;, for the Army of West, VIII., 34: White Hose, VIII., 39; at City Point, Va., VIII., 39; Tennessee River, VIII., 39. Supply departments Viii., 44. Supply wagons Viii., 53. Surgeons: of the Civil War, neutrality of, in the treatment of sick and wounded, VII., 13; supplies of, at Washington, D. C., VII
utbreak of war, VII., 220, 222, 236, 346 seq.; medical inspectors, VII., 346. United States Military Academy: Class of 1860, VIII., 185. United States Military Railway Construction Corps: bureau of military railways, Il, 125; V., 12, 275, 277, 279, 281, 285, 287, 291, 295; swift repair work of, V., 300, 301. United States Military Telegraph Service (see also Telegraph Service): construction corps, I., 41; VIII., 342 seq., 349; stringing wires in the field, VIII, 349, 351; City Point, Va., VIII., 359, 361; in Richmond, Va., VIII., 363; train in Richmond at last, VIII, 367. United States Navy (see also Navy): VI., 32, 46; organization of the, VI., 46 seq., 90; first expedition of the, V., 92 seq.; surgeons of, VII., 318; signalmen, VIII., 335. United States Sanitary Commission (see also Sanitary Commission): VII., 17, 45, 68, 73, 134, 164, 171, 219; at Fredericksburg, Va., VII., 268, 287, 295; work of, VII, 322 seq.; central office of, in Washington, D. C., VII.