ox Court-House, Lee's surrender at, 3.558.
Arkansas, a majority of the people of averse to secessin, 3.270-3.273; cavalry fights in, 3.274.
Arkansas Post, battle of, 2.581.
Arkansas, ram, escArkansas, ram, escape of to Vicksburg, 2.528; destruction of, 2.529.
Arlington Heights, City of Washington commande at, 3.460; the burning of, 3.461.
Columbia, Ark., defeat of Marmaduke near, by Gen. A. J. Smith,3.52.
Curtis, Gen. S. R., operations of in Arkansas, 2.250-2.260; his march from Batesville to thinfluence of in Europe, 1.565.
Fayetteville, Ark., repulse of Confederates at by Col. Harrison, 3efenses of Charleston, 3.200-3.211.
Glasgow, Ark., capture of by Price, 3.279.
Glendale, battlaws, 1.475; at the head of an Indian force in Arkansas, 2.251; at Pea Ridge, 2.255.
Piketon, Ky.,ttle Rock, 3.215; cooperative movements of in Arkansas, 3.270-3.273.
Stephens, Alexander H. Unione, 1.273; in command of Confederate troops in Arkansas, 2.251; driven over the Duck River by Sherida