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VIII., 67, 87; N. Y. Twelfth Inf. at, VIII., 89, 100. Armies of the Confederate States, the losses of, X., 148, 239, 242 seq. Armies, Confederate States: AConfederate States: Army of Central Kentucky, X., 258. Army of East Tennessee, X., 258. Army of Eastern Kentucky, X., 254. Army of the Kanawha, X., 254. Army of Kentucky, V., 70; X., 258. X., 270. Army of West Tennessee, II., 148, 324; V., 70. Armies of the United States: the losses of, X., 148, 164. Armies, United States: Army of the Cumbe Confederate, utilized by Federal authorities, V., 150, 156. Arsenals: United States, V., 126, 129, 144; capacity of, V., 146. Arthur, C. A., V., 97. Aissons V., 146. Artillery, chief of, V., 22, seq. Artillery: Confederate States reserve, II., 324, 328; V., 56, seq.; composition of, V., 56-60; transpor, VIII., 127, 150; in Department of North Carolina, V., 70. Artillery: United States, II., 17 V., 13, 18, seq.; guns in position, V., 13, 24, seq.; organization
; Orange & Alexandria R. R. at, IV., 90; rail-road bridge near, IV., 118. Catlin, I. S., IV., 22. Catoosa Springs, Ga., VII., 266. Catskill,, U. S. S.: II., 332; VI., 128, 173. Catterson, R. F., X., 203. Cavalry: United States: volunteer, IV., 4; evolution of the American, IV., 13-38; brief descriptions of, IV., 14; of the Civil War, its evolution and influence, IV., 17; importance of, not realized at the beginning of the war, IV., 16-38; American, IV., 13 seq., 17., IX., 113. Conestoga,, U. S. S.: I., 189, 215, 356, 366; II., 196; VI., 214, 222, 310, 312. Confederacy, Capital of the, V., 108. Confederacy, Daughters of, I., 14, 19. Confederacy, ordnance of, V., 155. Confederate States of America: secret service, I., 25, 31, 42; troops, view of, I., 27; earthworks, I., 59; photographs, I., 86-110; photographs, unpublished, I., 86, 87; enlistments and soldiers, I., 91, 93, 95, 97; troops, number of, I., 92; enlisting at Natchez
35, 58, 100, 115, 150, 169, 220, 223, 314. Davis, E. J., X., 307. Davis, G., X., 13. Davis, G. B., VII., 98. Davis, H., X., 201. Davis, J.: I., 83, 95, 202, 283, 296; elected Provisional President of the Confederate States of America, I., 346; inaugurated President of the Confederate States at Montgomery, Ala., I., 346; 367; II., 24; III., 130, 216, 246, 283, 298, 302, 304, 316, 346; IV., 296; V., 158; VI., 74, 114, 290; VII., 26, 52, 103, 104, 117, 173, 176, 199,Confederate States at Montgomery, Ala., I., 346; 367; II., 24; III., 130, 216, 246, 283, 298, 302, 304, 316, 346; IV., 296; V., 158; VI., 74, 114, 290; VII., 26, 52, 103, 104, 117, 173, 176, 199, 207, 210, 212, 239 seq., 292, 351; VIII., 254, 282; quoted, IX., 93, 288; children of, IX., 289; quoted, IX., 290; election of, IX., 291; inauguration of, IX., 291, 293; when captured, IX., 295; as prisoner, IX., 295; flight south, IX., 295; bail-bond of, IX., 297; indictment of, IX., 299; after release from prison, IX., 299; X., 40, 62, 68. Davis, Mrs. J., IX., 288, 289, 293. Davis, J. C.: II., 172: III., 111, 112, 120: X., 76, 189, 220. Davis, J. R., X., 277. Davis, M.,
tion, Va., V., 260; IX., 89, 91. Gulf and inland waters, the, A. T. Mahan, quoted, I., 236. Gulf blockading squadron Vi., 184 seq. Gulf Coast garrison, VIII., 161. Gunboat no. 7, U. S. S., VIII., 297. Gunboat no. 53, U. S. S., VI., 205. Gunboats: Confederate, inadequacy of, VI., 77, 79; in Hampton Roads, VI., 77; on the Mississippi River, VI., 218; in Mobile Bay, VI., 252; on the James River, VI., 79, 265; in Carolina waters, VI., 270. Gunboats: United States, converted ferryboat, type of, VI., 57, 59; converted passenger steamer, type of, VI., 61; on the Potomac River, VI., 92 seq.; first on Western rivers, VI., 214; bayou expeditions of, VI., 226; on upper Tennessee River, VI., 233; in Edisto River, VI., 236; Webfooted, VI., 237, 262, 263; character of, purchased, VI., 271; activity of, on James River, VI., 275; IX., 165. Gunpowder: manufacture of, V., 128; Confederate supply of, V., 156. Gunpowder Creek, Md., V., 80. Guns:
he prisons, VII., 124-136. Liggon prison, Richmond, Va. , VII., 60. Light draft water crafts: I., 243; on western rivers, VI., 209-223, 226; ferry-boats used as, VI., 262, 263; work of, in eastern waters, VI. 263, 264. Lightburn, J. A. J., X., 87. Lightfoot, J. A., X., 292. Lilian,, U. S. S., III., 342. Lilley, R. D., X., 4. Lincoln, Abraham I., 28 seq., 40, 41, 59, 63 seq., 67, 19, 98, 104, 120, 126, 226, 307, 338; inaugurated President of the United States at Washington, I., 346; II., 20, 49; in camp at Antietam, Md., II., 77, 78, 82, 102, 108, 109, 233, 271, 316; III., 14, 29, 155, 183, 220, 248, 303,304; IV., 24, 50, V., 124, 280; VI., 46, 53, 56, 84, 110, 115, 116, 137, 170, 308; VII., 30, 85, 117, 192, 194, 197, 202; assassination of, VII., 203 seq.: military commissioners to try Lincoln conspirators, VII., 207, 209 seq., 293, 310, 330, 346, 348; VIII., 26, 29; calls for troops, VIII., 67, 68; pen-portrait of. VIII., 92, 94, 102; quote
pital at, VII., 233; Presbyterian church used as hospital at, VII., 273; VIII., 207, 210, 252; army repair shop at, VIII., 40; guarding supplies at, VIII., 21; United states Franklin Shops, at, VIII., 41; campaign, VIII., 340; IX., 64; cemetery at, IX., 281. Nashville,, C. S. S., VI., 272, 310, 312, 318. Nashville and Chty: Prof. Albert Bushnell Hart, quoted on, IX., 219. Nationality of recruits in regiments Viii., 80. Naugatuck,, U. S. S., I., 364. Naval Academy, U. S., Class of ‘66, VI., 65, 67. Navy, Confederate States: importance of cotton to, VI., 28; paucity of navy yards, VI., 71; achievements of, VI., 72; problem conf, VI., 278; number of landsmen in, VI., 280; petty officers of, VI., 282; surgeons, VII., 317 seq.: the South's conqueror, VIII., 134. Navy: Russian, aids United States in Civil War, VI., 27; efficiency of, VI., 29. Nebraska troops: Infantry: First, I., 356. Neely, Mosby I. VI., 166. Neerwinden, Belgium, battle
13; VI., 37, 64, 68, 81, 114, 116, 120, 141, 148, 175, 181, 184, 195, 201, 206, 207, 209, 210, 226, 227, 234, 240, 314, 317, 318, 322; staff of, VI., 257; VIII., 330. Porter, Mrs. Felicia Grundy: President Women's Relief Society of the Confederate States, VII., 247, 296. Porter, Fitz-John: I., 29, 51 seq., 281, 314, 320, 321, 324, 326, 335; II., 46, 50, 68, 322, 324; and staff, IV., 221, 222; V., 35, 38; VIII., 356; X., 183, 198. Porter, H.: III., 81; VIII., 185, 226, 235; IX., 1n Alabama and Georgia, VII., 178; Old Capitol, at Washington, VIII., 289. Pritchard, B. D., IX., 295. Pritchard's Mills, Md., I., 352. Private agencies of relief Vii., 321-344 Privateers: Confederate, conviction of, by United States court and the trouble that ensued, VII., 29, 34, 36; crews of, proclaimed pirates by Lincoln, VI., 84; careers of, VI., 122; abandoned for blockade running, VI., 290; Proclamation of president l, Lincoln regard to (April 19, 1861), VII., 34.
310; Sheridan's ride, IX., 70. Reagan, J. II., X., 13. Reams Station, Va., III., 197, 201, 208, 330. Reaney Ii., VI., 166. Reconstruction: IX., 18, 298, 305, 308, 310, 313, 324, 325. Records of the War between the States I., 102-111. Recruits: Southern, better marksmen and horsemen, VIII., 148. Rectortown, Va.: McClellan relieved of command of army at, II., 57, 348. Red Hill, Georgetown, D. C. : signal camp of instruction at, VIII., 306, 307; United States Signal Service Corps, VIII., 308, 309, 313, 322; signal camp at, VIII., 339. Redhot Battery, McCarthy's battery, Company C, First Pennsylvania artillery, I., 291. Red House Landing, Va., VIII., 259. Red-legged Fifty-fifth, VIII., 72. Red men who Suffered in Silence, VII., 254. Red Mound, Tenn., II., 328. Red River: I., 72; Col. Bailey's wonderful dam on, I., 78, 79; II., 206, 209, 225; VI., 147, 148,207, 217, 225, 227, 232, 318, 320, 322; VII., 96. R
used by, VIII., 310, 311, 313, 315, 325, 331, 338; codes of, VIII., 311, 314, 315, 316; code system invented, VIII., 312; Confederate signal men in ‘61, VIII., 313; alphabet of, VIII., 314; stations on house tops, 317, 337; station on mountain tops, VIII., 319, 320, 321, 324; signalmen at work, VIII., 320, 321, 323, 329; station in tree tops, VIII., 322, 336, 338; striking the Signal Corps Flag for the last time-August, 1865, VIII., 339. Signal Service: Confederate (see also Confederate States of America), VIII., 313, 340; IX., 25. Signaling: with rockets or bombs, VIII., 326; on shipboard, VIII., 330, 335; by sea, VIII., 337. Silence: facsimile of poem written at Johnson Island, O., VII., 135. Silkworth, W. W., X., 288. Sill, J. W., II., 172, 330; X., 137. Silver Lake, Fla., II., 350. Silver Lake,, U. S. S., VI., 209. Simmons, Colonel X., 19. Simmonton, Capt. VIII, 115. Simms, J. P., X., 265. Simons, J., I., 181; VII., 1
T Tacony, C. S. S.: captured, VI., 292, 294, 318; VII., 123. Tacony, U. S. S., III., 342. Taft, William Howard, President of the United States: I., 7, 11, 18, 50; his foreword to a semi-Centennial retrospect, I., 57; X., 138. Taggart, Dr. L, 179. Tahoma, U. S. S., VI., 314. Talcott, T. M. R., V., 108, 256, 304; X., 27. Taliaferro, W. B.: II., 41, 342; III., 326; X., 105. Tallahassee, Fla., III., 346. Tallahassee,, C. S. S., VI., 298. Tallahatchie, Miss., II., 206. Tallahatchie River, Miss., VI., 208. Talmage, T. DeW., IX., 304, 310. Talty's Fifers and Drummers, VIII., 235. Tammany Hall, N. Y. City: contributions to Union cause, VIII., 104. Tanner, J., X., 296. Tappan, J. C., X., 257. Tasting the soup, VIII., 83. Tattnall, J.: I, 354; VI, 87, 156, 157, 182, 270. Taylor, Dick, III., 316. Taylor, E., I, 248. Taylor, G. W.: II., 43, 322; scene of death, IX., 75, X.,
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