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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. 95 95 Browse Search
Frederick H. Dyer, Compendium of the War of the Rebellion: Regimental Histories 67 57 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events, Diary from December 17, 1860 - April 30, 1864 (ed. Frank Moore) 47 23 Browse Search
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 46 14 Browse Search
The Photographic History of The Civil War: in ten volumes, Thousands of Scenes Photographed 1861-65, with Text by many Special Authorities, Index (ed. Francis Trevelyan Miller) 27 23 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 26 16 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 16 2 Browse Search
Jubal Anderson Early, Ruth Hairston Early, Lieutenant General Jubal A. Early , C. S. A. 16 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 7: Prisons and Hospitals. (ed. Francis Trevelyan Miller) 16 8 Browse Search
The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure) 14 0 Browse Search
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, L. M., VII., 285. Alden, J., I., 227, 229; VI., 189; 190, 310. Aldie, Va., II., 336; Confederate cavalrymen captured at, VII., 169. Alexander the great I., 124, 129. Alexander, B. S., V., 250. Alexander, E. P., II., 346; V., 61; V., 72; VIII., 313, 318, 340. Alexander, G. W., VII., 199; IX., 346. Alexander, J. W., VII., 139. Alexandria, La.: I., 74, 77; rapids at, I., 74; III., 318; VI., 225, 227. Alexandria, Tenn., IV., 144. Alexandria, Va.: I., 74, 77, 148, 167, 258 seq., 346, 351; II., 39; Federal troops in, II., 43; hay wharf at, IV., 65, 66, 93; engines stored in, IV., 97; Delaware Kemper's Artillery Company, V., 60, 85, 90; stockade in street, V., 91, 102; VI., 27, 91, 93, 94, 96, 98; Provost-Marshal destroying house at, VII., 189; Provost-Marshal's tent at, VII., 189; Mansion House Hospital, VII., 233; Baptist Church Hospital, VII., 234; Christ Church Hospital, VII., 234; churches and residences used as hospitals,
, 235; (see also Music, Drummer boys, Buglers.) Bangor, Me., VII., 194. Bangs, G. H., VIII., 263. Bankhead, J. P., VI., 316. Banks, N. P.: I., 74, 121, 302, 303, 304, 306, 307, 310, 364, 365; II., 14, 20, 22, 26, 28, 32, 208, 213, 216, 224, 226, 320, 332, 340, 352; III., 25, 32; IV., 102, 135, 200; V., 26, seq., 228; VI., 227, 229, 234; VII., 245; VIII., 128; IX., 87; X., 177, 180. Banks's Ford, Va., II., 128. Bannon, D., VII., 318. Baptist Church, Alexandria, Va. , VII., 234. Barbee's Cross roads, Va., II., 326. Barber's place, Fla., II., 350. Barbour sand batteries, Pensacola, Fla. , VIII., 121. Barboursville, Ky., I., 352. Bardstown, Ky., IV., 150, 152. Barker, A. S., II., 167. Barksdale, W., X., 151. Barlow, F. C.: II., 72, 237; III., 87, 201; X., 192. Barnard, G. M., I., 33, 42. Barnard, J. G.: III., 157; V., 100, 195, 230, 231; VI., 100, 115; X., 49. Barnes, J.: I., 10, 12
Louisiana, I., 95. Camp Lawton, Millen, Ga.: prison at, VII, 44, 72, 84, 86. Camp Misery, Alexandria, Va., VII., 287. Camp Moore, La., Confederate troops at, VIII., 169. Camp Morton, Ind.: IV., 2. S. S.: I., 77; II., 186, 336; VI., 207. Choper, R., VII., 115. Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. , VII., 234; X., 53. Christmas Night of ‘62, W. G. McCabe, IX., 148. Chronologi., X., 253. Clanton's Cavalry, Confederate, I., 360. Claremont General Hospital, Alexandria, Va. , VII., 235. Clarence, brig., VI., 292. Clarendon, Ark.: St. Charles River ae X., 128; militant spirit subordinated to, X., 128-138. Commissary: buildings of, at Alexandria, Va. , VIII., 38; factors in successful warfare, VIII., 44; headquarters of, IV., 49 seq.; coic History of the Civil War, I., 7. Convalescent Camp: Camp Nelson, N. Y., VII., 214; Alexandria, Va., VII., 276, 279, 287, 333. Cook, A. M., I., 360.; V., 27. Cook, G. S.: his phot
, VII., 133. De Kalb,, U. S. S., II., 332. De Kay, D., VIII., 81. Delafield, C., V., 21. De Lagnel, J. A., V., 161, 170. Delaware: enlistments in the war, VIII., 102. Delaware troops: Artillery; Kemper's Art., Alexandria, Va., V., 60. Infantry: First, VIII., 102; X., 124. Delaware,, U. S. S.: I., 356; VI., 54. De Leon, a Confederate surgeon, VII., 222. Dennis, E. S., X., 201. Dent, F. T., IX., 113. Denver, J. W., X., 195. Departmmfries, 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.,
ont, J. C.: I., 181, 306, 307, 310, 311; II., 20, 22; IV., 102; X., 177, 186. Fremont Rifles, VIII., 82. French, F. S., II., 67, 72. French, S. G.: II., 348; III., 216, 218, 332; X., 277. French, W. H.: division of, at Fredericksburg, II., 81, 267; III., 30; X., 181, 196. French Canadians recruiting in Wisconsin regiments Viii., 75. Freret, W., I., 105. Frescott, J. E., VII., 133. Friedland, losses at, X., 140. Friends' Meeting House, Alexandria, Va. , VII., 234. Frietchie, Barbara Ii., 58, 60. Front Royal, Va.: I., 302, 307, 308, 364; III., 162. Frost, D. M.: I., 172, 367; X., 279. Frost, G. W., VI., 109. Fry, B. D., X., 111. Fry, J., I., 366. Fry, J. B., I., 102. Fry, S. S., X., 207. Fuller, J. W., X., 91. Fullmnan, G. T., VI., 301. Fulton, Mo., I., 348. Funkstown, Md., IV., 88. Funsten, O., IV., 98. Furloughs: disadvantages of, I., 120; convales
I., 19, 270. Governor Buckingham,, U. S. S., III., 342. Governor Moore,, C. S. S., VI., 191, 192, 198. Gowin, W., VI., 306. Grace Church, Alexandria, Va. , VII., 234. Grace Darling, Lee's charger, IV., 300. Gracie, A., Jr. III., 192; X., 157. Gracie's Salient, Va., III., 203, 285. Grady,oldville, Ga., III., 338. Grose, W., X., 203. Gross, F. H., VII., 226. Grosvenor, C. H.: III., 268; X., 237. Grosvenor House Hospital, Alexandria, Va. , VII., 235. Grover, C.: II., 215, 332; X., 211. Groveton, Va.: II., 46, 47, 50, 322, V., 34. Grubb, E. B., X., 219. Guard Examining P5; 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.
VI., 224. Kimball, N., X., 89. Kineo,, U. S. S.: I., 227, 235; VI., 190, 198, 200. King, C.: II., 49; VIII., 9; introduction preface to, VIII., 11, 18, 66, 226; tables of age of soldiers at enlistment, IX., 67. King, E., IX., 345. King, J. H., X., 93, 296. King, L. G., VII., 123. King, R.: Mounted Rifles, I., 358; II., 46, 49; X., 309. King and Queen Court House, Va., IV., 98. King Mountain, S. C., IV., 20. King Street Hospital, Alexandria, Va. , VII., 235. King's school House, Va. (see also Oak Grove, Va.): I., 366. Kingdom Coming, H. C. Work, IX., 344. Kingston, Ga., III., 67, 111, 114, 320. Kingston, N. C., II., 328. Kinsman,, U. S. S., II., 330. Kirby, E., II., 334. Kirk, E. N., II., 330; X., 199. Kirkley, J. W., I., 104. Kirksville, Mo., II., 320. Kitching, J. H., X., 139. Kittridge, W., IX., 348. Klein, R., VIII., 281. Knap, J. M.: battery
ga at, I., 189. Luck of Roaring Camp, F. Bret Harte, IX., 35. Lucy,, C. S. S., VI., 123. Lucy C. Holmes,, C. S. S., VI., 123. Lucy Long, horse of R. E. Lee, IV., 300. Ludlow, B. C., I., 113. Ludlow, W. H., VII., 101, 104. Lumber: used by Union army, VIII., 51. Luminary,, U. S. S., VI., 318. Luray Valley, Va.: III., 158; IV., 104. Lurton, H. H., X., 24. Lutheran church Main street, Sharpsburg, Md. , II., 75. Lyceum Hall, Alexandria, Va. , VII., 234. Lynch, W. F.: I., 356; VI., 95, 99, 264, 270, 273. Lynchburg, Va.: I., 94, 96, 130; III., 144, 306, 324; IV., 114; General Hospital No. 1, VII., 292. Lynchburg, railroad at, Va. , III., 320. Lynnville, Tenn., III., 338. Lyon, H. B., X., 269. Lyon, J., VII., 210. Lyon, N.: I., 172, 353, 367 seq.: V., 42; VII., 30; prompt action taken in national defense, VIII., 74; X., 135. Lyon, Fort, D. C. (see Fort Lyon, D. C.), I., 168.
. Maney's battery, Tenn., I., 186. Mangan, J. C., IX., 158. Manhattan,, U. S. S., VI., 247. Manigault, A. M., X., 283. Mansfield, J. K. F.: I., 64; II., 61, 68 seq., 324; X., 129, 216. Mansion House Hospital, Alexandria, Va. , VII., 233. Manson, M. D., X., 87. Manufacturing depots Viii., 56. Many thousand go, IX., 352. Map of important battlegrounds of the Civil War: I., 2; photographing, VIII., 23. Maple Leaf,, U. S. S., VI., 32026, 330, 332, 340, 342, 344; III., 322; X., 279. Marmora,, U. S. S., VI., 221. Marshall, C., VIII., 241. Marshall, E. G., III., 200; X., 225. Marshall, H.: I., 180, 363, 364; II., 328; X., 254, 267. Marshall House, Alexandria, Va. , I., 346. Marshall Ney of Gettysburg, a name given to Gen'l G. E. Pickett, II., 261. Marston, G., X., 219. Marston, J., VI., 174. Martha's Vineyard, Mass., VI., 318. Martin, J. G.: II., 322; X., 279. Mart
., 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, by, VIII., 58; troops attacked in Maryland, VIII., 74. New England Society of New York Ix., :31, 32, 304. New England tribute to Lee, Charles F. Adams, IX., 122. New Farmington, Tenn., II., 344. New Hallowell hospital at Alexandria, Va., VII., 235. New Hampshire troops: Infantry: Second, I., 348; Third, I., 366; II., 326; company F., II., 329; V., 117; IX., 353; Fourth, II., 326; Fifth, I., 279; VIII., 102; losses, X., 152; Sixth, I., 362; Seventh, II., 350; Tenth,
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