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X., 265. Ducat, A. C., X., 19. Duck River, Tenn., VI., 69, 318. Duff, W., X., 49. Duff, W. L., IX., 113. Duffie, A. N.: II., 25; III., 324, 326; IV., 88, 177, 226, 233 seq., 224. Dug Springs, Mo., I., 350, 367. Dugan, Jimmine, a bugler boy, VIII., 189. Duganne, A. J. H., VII., 96. Duke, B. W.: II., 326; IV., 144, 148, 150; VII., 21; quoted, IX., 346. Dulany, R. H., IV., 104. Dumfries, Va., II., 328. Dummy battery, Seabrook Point, S. C. , VIII., 183. Dummy guns, I., 163. Duncan, A., VIII., 109. Duncan, J. K., I., 234; X., 273. Dunker's chapel, Antietam, Md. , II., 70. Dunns Bayou, Red River, La. , III., 318. Dunovant, J., X., 157. Du Pont, S. F.: I., 354, 357; II., 351; VI., 47, 100, 103, 115. 120, 125, 127, 171, 270, 271, 310, 311, 318; IX., 48, 51, 336. Dupre, G. W., VII., 125. Durham Station, N. C.: III., 247; Bennett house near, III., 247; VII., 203. Durv
he Potomac, VIII., 19; mounted, VIII., 261; Army of the Potomac, VIII., 267, 281; Chief Hale and Tinker Dave Beatty, VIII, 275; Federal, 289; Confederate, VIII., 295. Scribner's Monthly, IX., 37. Scruggs, J. P., VII, 147. Scudder, H., IX., 260. Scully, Father Viii., 101. Scurry, W. R., X., 153. Sea power Viii., 134. Sea Wing, , C. S. S., VI., 296. Seabird, , C. S. S., I., 356; VI., 264. Seabrook, J. E., manor house of, I., 359. Seabrook Point, S. C.: mock battery at, VIII., 183. Seamen, U. S.: number of, at beginning and end of Civil War, VI., 63; difficulty of recruiting in West, VI., 63, 210; on Monitor, VI., 163, 183; Farragut's opinion of, VI., 187; morals of, on Hartford, VI., 87, 242; on Richmond, VI., 189; gun drill of, VI, 192, 263; on Western rivers, VI, 210, 211, 285, 286; in land assault on Fort Fisher, VI., 248, 257, 259; number increased in 1861, VI., 262; duties of powder monkey, VI., 277; amusements of, V