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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1, Mass. officers and men who died. 834 834 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 436 332 Browse Search
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Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, The Passing of the Armies: The Last Campaign of the Armies. 130 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 126 112 Browse Search
Frederick H. Dyer, Compendium of the War of the Rebellion: Regimental Histories 116 82 Browse Search
The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure) 110 0 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 3: The Decisive Battles. (ed. Francis Trevelyan Miller) 76 6 Browse Search
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; V., 51, 192. Abbot, J. C., III., 327. Abercrombie, J. J.: I., 28; sons of, VIII., 192. Aberdeen, Ark., I., 368. About-Faced Redoubt, Petersburg, Va., V., 49. Accakeek Creek, Va., V., 280. Acceptation, M. J. Preston, IX., 230, 231. Adairsville, Ga., III., 112. Adams, C. F.: I., 90; Iken, A. M., VII., 113 seq. Aiken, S. C., III., 342. Aiken, revenue cutter, VI., 82. Aiken,, U. S. S., VI., 268, 310. Aiken house, near Petersburg, Va. , III., 197. Aiken Landing, on James River, Va. : VII., 102; prisoners exchanged at, 107; exchange point of prisoners, 109, 111, 113 seq.; mill near,q.; organization of, V., 22, seq.; at Cedar Mountain, V., 34, seq.; heavy guns, V., 35, 52, 140; at Second Manassas, Va., V., 36; at Shiloh, Tenn., V., 44; at Petersburg, Va., V., 45, 54; British criticism, V., 54; Sherman's march, V., 50; at Fort Pulaski, Ga., V., 147; First Wisconsin, VIII., 248; First Ohio, VIII., 249. Asboth
ett, 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, Va., 10-inch Columbiad, V., 133. Battery Seventeen, Petersburg, Va. , I., 34. Battery Sherman, Miss., II., 197. Battery Stevens, S. C., V., 111. Battery strong, S. C., V., 111. Battery Wagner, S. C.: V., 110, 111, 112, 115, 117; IX., 51, 175. Battery Williams, Corinth, Miss. 48, 322. Bolivar, Va., III., 326. Bolivar Heights, Va., I., 352; II., 60, 325. Bolton, Miss., II., 340. Bolton depot, Miss., II., 340. Bomb-proofs: entrenchments, VIII., 253; near Atlanta, Ga., VIII., 253; before Petersburg, Va., VIII., 253. Bond, F. S., X., 19. Bonham, M. L., X., 283. Bonita, ship, VI., 122. Booker, T., IV., 166. Booneville, Mo., I., 352, 353. Booneville, Miss., I., 364, 367, 368. Boonsboro, Ark., II., 326.
gun in, V., 181; VII., 4, 27, 38, 127; VII., 25, 54 seq.; union prisoners, VII., 27, 157; Charleston Zouave Cadets at, VII., 59. Castle Thunder, prison, Petersburg, Va., VII., 87, 89. Castle Thunder, Richmond, Va. , VII., 199. Casualties: in European battles, X., 140; in Union armies, X., 142, 144, 148; in Confeder G., VI., 127. Cobb, H.: II., 92, 94, 96; III., 230; VII., 100, 122; X., 263. Cobb, T. R. R.: II., 81, 326, 328; X., 151. Cobb's Hill Tower, Petersburg, Va. , VIII., 310. Cobb's Point, N. C.: I., 356; Confederate battery at, VI., 312. Cobham, G. A., Jr. II., 302. Cocke, P. St. G., V., 64; X., 6. Crane, C. H., VII., 224. Crane, J., II., 141. Crane, L. H. D., II., 25. Craney Island, Va., VI., 314. Crater, the mine before Petersburg, Va., III., 193. Craven, T. A. M., VI., 131, 252. Craven, T. T.: I., 227; VI., 199, 266, 295, 297, 298, 309. Crawfish Spring, Ga., II., 283. C
lerson's Mill, Va., I., 319, 322, 364, 366. Ellet, A. W.: I., 240; VI., 35, 69, 151, 209, 314, 316. Ellet, C., Jr. I., 223, 236, 239 seq., 240 Seq., 241, 242; death of, I., 246; VI., 35, 83, 220. Ellet, C. R., VI., 151, 220, 318. Ellet, J. A., VI., 151. Elliot, S., Jr. I., 100, III., 191; VI., 272; X., 157. Elliott, Thomas Vii., 181. Elliott, W. L.: III., 318: X., 87. Elliott Grays, Virginia Sixth Inf., VIII., 383. Elliott's Salient, Petersburg, Va. , III., 193, 195, 205. Ellis,, C. S. S., I., 356. Ellis Ford, Va., Federal court martial at VII., 181. Ellis's Bluffs, La., II., 181. Ellsworth, A. A.: IV, 148; VIII., 362. Ellsworth, E. E.: I., 346, 351 seq.; a facsimile of last letter of, I., 351; VI., 94; IX., 346. Elmira, N. Y.: prison at, VII., 77; prisoners at, VII., 79; statistics of mortality at, VII., 81; only view showing whole camp, VII., 81; Confederate prisoners escaped from, VII., 147
Fifty-fifth, officers at, VIII., 97; IX., 107. Fort Gibson, Ind. Ter., III., 332. Fort Gilmer, Va., III., 323. Fort Gregg, Morris Island, S. C. : V., 151; VI., 313. Fort Gregg, Va.: III., 288, 291, 294; V., 119. Fort Hamilton, New York harbor, V., 137. Fort Harrison, Va.: II., 327; III., 208, 321, 323. Fort Haskell Iii., 282. Fort Hatteras, N. C.: I.Fort Haskell Iii., 282. Fort Hatteras, N. C.: I., 350; VI., 100, 102, 268, 269, 310. Fort Heiman Iv., 163. Fort Hell, Va.: (see also Fort Sedgwick), I., 135; III., 203, 279, 337; X., 213. Fort Henry, Tenn.: I., 110; II., 321; arrt Scott, Mo. (see also Dry Wood, Mo.), I., 350. Fort Sedgwick: (See also Fort Hell, Petersburg, Va. ), III., 203, 205, 207, 279, 334, 337, 338; V., 215; bomb-proof quarters of, V., 217. Fort Smith, Mazzard Prairie, Ark. , III., 328. Fort Snelling, Minn., VIII., 79. Fort Stedman, Va.: I., 34, 285; III., 179, 206, 280, 282, 285, 286, 344; V., 195; capture of, VIII., 357,
onument, IX., 204; Devil's Den, fate of sharpshooters in, IX., 295;, 207; battle of, IX., 211; Culp's Hill at, IX., 213, 217; Twenty-fifth anniversary of battle of, IX., 218; Round Top at, IX., 221; Cemetery Ridge, IX., 225; Devil's Den, Confederate sharpshooter killed at, IX., 225; dedication, IX., 255; campaign, IX., 313, 346, 350; complete plan of battles, X., 68, 116, 156; percentage table of Federal losses at, X., 124 seq. Gettysburg, J. J. Roche, IX., 204. Gettysburg, E. C Stedman, IX., 24. Gettysburg!—a battle ode, G. P. Lathrop, IX., 218-226. Gettysburg address, A. Lincoln, II., 234. Gettysburg,, U. S. S., III., 342. Gholson, S. J., X., 275. Gholson, W. G.: III., 342; IV., 132. Gibbon, J.: I., 309; II., 88, 237, 320, 328; III., 87; IX., 193; X., 192. Gibbons, J. S., IX., 344. Gibbs, A., IV., 242. Gibbs, G. C., VII., 84. Gibbs, W., VII., 330. Gibraltar of the West, Vicksburg, Miss., II., 188. Gibso
IV., 163. Meade, G. G.: I., 43, 68, 73, 113, 132; II., 88, 100, 108, 110, 203; with staff, II., 232; headquarters at Cemetery Ridge, Gettysburg, Pa., II., 261; army of, after crossing Potomac, II., 267; headquarters at Culpeper, Va., 345; III., 15, 28; headquarters at Brandy Station, Va., III., 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 46, 53, 55, 58, 68, 81, 82, 84, 88, 190, 294, 318, 320, 322, 324, 346; IV., 43, 92, 122, 203, 274, 312; V., 240, 246; VI., 317; at Gettysburg, Pa., VIII., 36; march to Petersburg, Va., VIII., 50, 95, 98, 204, 232, 234, 246, 327, 338, 345, 350, 357, 366, 368; IX., 235, 331; X., 168, 169. Meade, G., Jr. VIII., 192. Meade, R. W., Jr. VI., 121. Meadow bridge, Va.: I., 315, 322; IV., 126. Meagher, T. F.: I., 330; II., 69; Irish brigade, II., 92, 93, 324; X., 125. Mechanics: recruits, VIII., 187. Mechanicsville, Va.: bridge at, I., 315 seq., 319, 320, 322, 343, 361, 366; III., 84; IV., 223 seq.; V., 21, 30 seq., 32, 33, 149, 230; losses a
Fourteenth, VIII., 331. Artillery, Light: First, Company B. I., 280, 295; II., 265; V., 29, 31, 49; Third, I., 360; II., 348; Battery F, III., 340; after attempt on Fort Sumter. V., 151; Sixth, II., 332, 336: Ninth, I., 352; Thirteenth at Petersburg, Va., VIII., 243; at city Point, Va., 243; Seventeenth, V., 45, 83. Engiitcers: First, I., 366; II. 326; Fifteenth, V., 213, 233; Fiftieth, V., 213, 220, 247; VII., 265; VIII., 101; church built by, at Petersburg, Va., VIII., 257. Caralry: First,Petersburg, Va., VIII., 257. Caralry: First, I., 354; II., 336; III., 328; Dragoons, IV., 244 Second, II., 111, 336, 352; changed to New York Seventh, IV., 15, 285; VIII., 193, 196; Third, I.,366; II., 322; III., 318; Fourth, II., 332; Fifth, I., 364; II., 334; IV., 232; Sixth, II., 334, 336; IV., 118; Seventh, IV., 14, 15. Eighth, II., 324, 336; IV., 84, 118; Ninth, II., 336; IV., 118 ; Tenth II., 336; IV., 21. 26, 57; Eleventh. II., 344, Twelfth, II., 348; Thirteenth, IV., 27., 31 seq., 61 seq., 173 seq., 181, 218, 219; Fourteenth, II.
de: I., 115, 117; quoted, II., 82; IV., 32, 222, 267, 272. Parke, J. G.: at battle of Fort Macon, N. C., I., 362; commanding the Ninth Corps at siege of Petersburg, Va., III., 282; battle of April 2d, III., 294; seizes Confederate entrenchments, III., 334; recaptures Fort Stedman, VIII., 357, 368; the Fifth Rhode Island underrce, N. B., VIII., 103. Peck, J. J.: II., 328, 330; X., 225. Peck, T. S., X., 2, 25. Peck, W. R., X., 273. Peeble's Farm Signal Tower, Petersburg, Va. , VIII., 331. Peerless,, U. S. S., VI., 270. Peet, F. T., X., 2. Pegram, J.: II., 332; III., 318, 342; X., 147. Pegram, J. C., I., x B. Persons, A. W., VII., 76. Peterhaff,, C. S. S., VI., 309, 320. Peters, midshipman, C. S. N., VII., 123. Peters, N., VIII., 237. Petersburg, Va.: I., 32, 34, 43; the investment of, I., 126; campaign, I., 285; III., 17, 20, 17, 111, 119, 120, 123, 124, 127, 132, 133, 135, 146, 160, 175; investment of
ar, VII, 347. Spanish Fort, Ala.: III., 344; VI., 258 seq.: IX., 247. Spaulding, I., V., 247. Spear, E., X., 211. Spear, S. P., X., 303. Spears, J. G., X., 305. Spencer, J. P., I., 48. Sphinx,, C. S. S., (afterwards Stonewall,) VI., 299. Spicer, W., IV., 198. Spies: in the capital at Washington, April, 181, VII., 192; Southern, VIII., 24, 26; women, VIII., 273, 287, 291; causes for execution of, VIII., 303; executed by Confederates at Petersburg, Va., VIII., 303. Spinner, Mrs. house of, used as hospital at Bull Run, Va., VII., 257. Spirit of Brotherhood, IX., 195, 329, 331, 333, 335. Spirit of nationality, IX., 16. Splinter-netting used on the U. S. S. S. Richmont, VI., 189. Spofford, Va., battery at, I., 119. Spotsylvania, Va.: I., 122; II., 334; III., 37, 52 seq., 60, 68, 320; IV., 33, 40, 41, 121,122, 124,197,203; headquarters of General Warren at, IV., 207; V., 21, 27, 214, 260; scene after th
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