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Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 2 (ed. Trent, William Peterfield, 1862-1939., Erskine, John, 1879-1951., Sherman, Stuart Pratt, 1881-1926., Van Doren, Carl, 1885-1950.) 160 0 Browse Search
Bliss Perry, The American spirit in lierature: a chronicle of great interpreters 88 0 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Henry Walcott Boynton, Reader's History of American Literature 76 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 9: Poetry and Eloquence. (ed. Francis Trevelyan Miller) 26 0 Browse Search
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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Carlyle's laugh and other surprises 12 0 Browse Search
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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, The new world and the new book 10 0 Browse Search
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Browsing named entities in 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). You can also browse the collection for Walt Whitman or search for Walt Whitman in all documents.

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19. Billings, J. S., VII., 223. Billups, J., VII., 123. Billy, horse of G. H. Thomas, IV., 314. Biloxi, Miss., VI., 312. Bird's Point, Mo. (see also Charleston, Mo.), I., 177, 350. Birdsong Ferry, Miss., II., 340. Birge, H. W., X., 197. Birney, D. B.: II., 51, 237; III., 76, 90, 208, 321; X., 187, 212, 290. Birney, W., X., 219. Bisland, La., II., 332. Bivouac in McClellan's Army, IX., 135. Bivouac on a mountain side, Walt Whitman, IX., 132. Bixley, G. H., II., 193. Black, J., VII., 125. Black, J. C., X., 201, 296. Black, W.: youngest soldier wounded, IX., 67. Black, Judge Viii., 294. Black Burns, horse of G. B. McClellan, IV., 304. Black Hawk War of 1832, VII., 347; IX., 93. Black horse Cavalry, IV., 30, 83. Blackburn's Ford, Va.: I., 151, 153, 163, 285, 348; Federal encampment at, II., 21, 324. Blackhawk,, U. S. S., VI., 37, 147, 225, 322. Blackie, G. S
raids of, IV., 115, 140; in the West, equipment of, during the early and later period of the war, IV., 145; constant blows of, to material resources of the North, ineffectual, IV., 153; important factor in Union defeat at Chickamauga, IV., 158, 160; necessity of guarding Union lines of communication against attacks by, IV, 184, 185; almost annihilated by the cavalry corps, end of July, 1864; IV., 242. Cavalry Bureau Iv., 256, 326, 328, 336; VIII., 185. Cavalry crossing a Ford, Walt Whitman, IX., 134. Cavalry Horses: care of, test of efficency of a trooper, IV., 42; farriers of, IV., 44, 45 seq.; camps of, IV., 116; necessity of providing food and shelter for, IV., 199; strappings of, IV., 315; loss of, through disease and overwork, IV., 317; orderly with an officer's mount, IV., 319, 337; a thousand Federal, IV., 320, 321, 322-337; terrible losses of, IV., 322, 324: method of obtaining and training for, IV., 326; foot diseases the bane of, IV., 330; in the South, VIII.
Drigg E. X., 2. Drill for removing wounded Vii., 297. Drillard, J. P., X., 19. Drilling recruits Viii., 182, 184. Driving Home the Cows, K. P. Osgood, IX., 236. Droop Mountain, Va., II., 346. Drum, R. C.: suggests return of Confederate battle-flags, IX., 36. Drumgould's Bluff, Miss., VI., 207, 316. Drummer Boys N. Y. Eighth Reg., VIII., 179; in full dress, VIII., 195; off duty, VIII., 195, 237; Confederate, VIII., 383. Drum-taps, Walt Whitman, IX., 21, 254. Dry Forks, Mo. (see also Carthage, Mo.), I, 348. Dry Wood, Mo., I., 350. Dryer, H., IV., 231. Duane, J. C., V., 240. Du Barry, W. D., VII., 125. Dubois, D. M., 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, V
320. La Vergne, Tenn.: II., 324; IV., 147. Lavinia,, C. S. S., VI., 123. Law, E. M., II., 286; X., 107. Lawler, M. K., X., 201. Lawler, T. G., X., 296. Lawrence, W. H., X., 161. Lawrence, Kans., II., 342. Lawrenceburg, Tenn., III, 338. Lawton, A. R.: II., 63, 65, 324; X., 109. Lawton, H. W., VIII., 194. Lazelle, H. M., VII., 104. Leach. W. B. I., 147. Leadaetter, D.: I., 362; V., 257, 308. Leaves of Grass, Walt Whitman, IX., 21. Lebanon, Ky.: I., 180, 368; II., 340; IV., 152. Lebanon, Tenn., I., 362. Lebanon Home Guards, Union, I., 368. Ledlie, J. H., III., 200, 204. LeDuc, W. E., X., 2. Le Due, W. G.: II., 299; V., 292; X., 160. Lee, A. L., X., 293. Lee, A., X., 2. Lee, C., X., 63. Lee, C. G., VIII., 134. Lee, E. G., X., 319. Lee, Fitzhugh Ii., 346; III., 42, 54, 84, 198, 284, 322, 328, 338, 340, 344, 346; IV., 16, 24, 41, 96, 98, 108
O O Wrap the flag around Me, Boys, R. S. Taylor, IX., 350. O. A. K. The Corps de Belgique Vii., 204. O. K. C. S. S., VI., 123. Oak Grove, Va. (see also Second Battle of Fair Oaks, Va.): I., 320, 366. Oak Hill, Mo. (see also Springfield, Mo., and Wilson's Creek, Mo.), I., 350. O'Beirne, J. R., X., 225. O'Brien, R., telegraph operator, VIII., 363, 366. O Captain, My Captain, Walt Whitman, IX., 26, 254. Occoquan River, Va., I., 354. Ocean liner transport, VIII., 45. Ocean Pond, Fla., VIII., 103. Ocmulgee,, U. S. S., VI., 316. O'Connor, J., IX., 74. O'Connor House, Charleston, S. C. , VII., 161, 163. Ocracoke Inlet, N. C., VI., 104. Octorora,, U. S. S., VI., 247. Ode, recited at the Harvard Commemoration, J. R. Lowell, IX., 256, 261, 263, 266. Ode for Decoration Day, H. Peterson, IX., 282. Ode at Magnolia Cemetery, H. Timrod, IX., 274, 277. Officers Hospital, Nashville, Tenn.
I., 224. Sutlers: stores of, IX., 186, 187; tent of, VIII., 247. Swamp Angel: Federal battery, prominent in the bombardment of Charleston, S. C., V., 110; most famous gun in the Civil Swamp Angel—Continued. war, V., 116; famous gun to enforce evacuation of Fort Sumter, IX., 51. Swanee Ribber, S. C. Foster, IX., 346. Swayne, W., X., 85. Sweeny, T. W.: Il, 152; X., 91. Swift, E.: I., 7, 11, 112; IV., 276. Swift Creek or Arrowfield Church, Va., battle at, III., 320. Swift Run Gap, Va., L, 310. Swinburne, A. C.: quoted, on Walt Whitman, IX., 24. Swinton, W., L, 258. Switzerland, U. S. S., VI., 151, 318. Switzler Mills, Mo., II., 320. Sycamore Church, Va.: III., 332; IV., 110. Sycamore Ford, Va.: L, 316; IV., 85. Sydnor, E. G., VIII, 113. Sykes, G.: I., 51, 285; II., 110, 252, 340; X., 183, 200. Sylvan Grove, Ga., III, 338. Symonds, H. C., V., 21. Szymanski, I., VII, 11
161, 254, 262, 279 seq., 288 seq.; VIII., 275, 290, 362; IX., 322, 327, 328; X., 249, 268. Wheeler, J. C., V., 65. When Johnny Comes marching Home. P. S. Gilmore, IX., 235, 339, 342. When Lilacs last in the Dooryard Bloom'd, Walt Whitman, IX., 24, 254. When this Cruel War is over, C. C. Sawyer, IX., 235, 350, 351. Whipple, A. W.: II., 334; X., 131. Whistling Dick, II., 187, 195. White, D., X., 211. White, E. D., X., 24. White, E. J.: I., 89;ing water, II., 317. Whiteside Valley, Tenn., II., 316. Whitfield, J. W., II., 324; commanding a brigade of Texas cavalry, X., 313. Whiting, C. J., IV., 220, 221, 225. Whiting, W. H. C.: I., 342; III., 327; VI., 248. Whitman, W.: IX., 21, 24, 26, 132, 133, 134, 135, 254. Whitney, E. T., I., 40, 42. Whittaker, W. C., X., 207. Whittier, C. A., VIII., 114. Whittier, J. G., II., 60. Whittle, W. C., VI., 218. Wickham, W. C.: III., 158