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Memphis, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 13
f Southern states, VII., 245; books, in medical department of Confederate army, VIII., 248-250. Medical Landing, City Point, Va. , VII., 227. Medical Purveyors Department, Confederate, VII., 241. Medicines: poor quality and preparation of, VII., 232. Medley, W. Va., II., 348. Meet, O Lord, anon., IX., 352. Meigs, M. C., VII., 69, 98; X., 291. Meikle, G. W., III., 207. Memminger, C. G.: VI., 30; X., 13. Memorial Day: IX., 275; X., 294. Memphis, Mo., I., 368. Memphis, Tenn.: I., 94, 108, 187, 214, 215, 236 seq., 246, 248, 366; II., 182, 188, 341, 350; III., 330; IV., 49; V., 164; VI., 3,5, 222, 14; VIII., 208; McClernand's corps at, X., 11. Memphis,, U. S. S., II., 330. Memphis and Charleston R. R.: II., 147, 152; III., 16. Men who policed the Federals, VII., 191. Men who shod a million horses, IV., 68, 69. Mendell, G. H., V., 242. Mendota,, U. S. S.: VI., 13, 63; the Parrott gun of, VI., 2
Marietta (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 13
II., 210-214; IX., 169, 170, 171. Marches: of the Federal armies, VIII., 202; long, VIII., 204, 214. Marching: and its lessons to the soldier, VIII., 164; and foraging, VIII., 197; appearance of soldiers, VIII., 203; step, length of, VIII., 205; songs, IX., 20; tunes, IX., 342 seq. Marching through Georgia, H. C. Work, IX., 168, 235, 243, 344. Marcey, R. B., V., 75. Maria,, C. S. S., VI., 123. Marianna, Ark., II., 326. Marianna, Fla., III., 332. Marietta, Ga.: G. H. Thomas headquarters at, III., 119; battle of Kenesaw Mountain at Big Shanty, III., 322; VII., 266; VIII., 332. Marines, Confederate, in defense of Richmond, VI., 289. Marines, U. S.: Battalion of, I., 348, on western rivers, VI., 68-9; in land assault on Fort Fisher, VI., 248, 257, 259. Marion Artillery Company, Charleston, S. C. , V., 60. Markham, Mr. I., 233. Marks Mills, Ark., II., 352. Marlborough, J. C., I., 196. Marmaduke, J. S.: I
Milford, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 13
chler, N., V., 238, 240; cottage of, V., 249. Mickle, W. E., I., 19. Middle Creek, Ky., I., 356, 363. Middle Creek Fork, W. Va. (see also Buckhannon, W. Va.), I., 348. Middleburg, Tenn., II., 328. Middleton, Tenn., II., 340. Middletown, Md., III., 326. Middletown, Va.: I., 364; II., 336. Milbrook Manor House, England, IX., 340-1. Miles, D. H., I., 10. Miles, N. A.: II., 60, 62; III., 201, 208, 294; VIII., 196; X., 190, 213. Milford, Mo., I., 354. Milford, Va., III., 158. Military Commission: the trial and conviction of C. I., Vallandigham by, VII., 204 seq.; the trial and conviction of Col. L. P. Milligan and associates by, VII., 206, 208; court convened at Washington, D. C., May 9, 1865; VII., 207, 209: the members of the commission which tried the Lincoln conspirators, VII., 207-209. Military Information Bureau: VIII., 264; chief and aides, VIII., 264, 265, 278, 305 seq. Military Order of the lo
Milledgeville (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 13
dition in I864, IV., 91: train captured and upset by Confederates, IV., 91. Military status of the North and the South compared at the out-break of the war, IV., 24, 26. Militia: arming of, V., 142; Louisiana, at drill, VIII., 143; South Carolina, at beginning of war, VIII, 147. Mill Creek, N. C., III., 166. Mill Creek Gap, Ga., III., 318. Mill Creek Mills, W. Va. (see also Romney, W. Va.), I., 354. Mill Springs, Ky.: I., 180, 356; V., 65; X., 156. Milledgeville, Ga., III., 228, 232. Milledgeville,, C. S. S., VI., 75. Millen, Ga., VII., 130. Miller, F. T.: I., 5, 11; a photographic history, outgrowth of plan of, I., 14; II., 5. Miller, J. F., X., 203. Miller, Lieut. Pennsylvania First Light Artillery: I., 23; III., 177. Miller, S.: I., 147; X., 217. Miller, W., X., 261. Miller. W. H. I., 19. Milligan, L. P., VII., 206, 208. Milliken's Bend, La.: II., 212, 336; VI., 207, 316. Millsvi
Culpeper, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 13
58, 260; IX., 247; X., 251, 278. Maury, I., I., 14. Maury, M. F., VI., 296. Maxcy, S. B., X., 313. Maxey, J., I., 179. Maxwell, J. G., VI., 104, 310. May, E. S., quoted, V., 54. Maynard, H., IV., 56. Mazeppa,, U. S. S., 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. M
Doherty (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 13
ience: II., 34, 35 seq.; condition of. and their use during the war, II., 125; IV., 159; deficient in equipment and physical condition in I864, IV., 91: train captured and upset by Confederates, IV., 91. Military status of the North and the South compared at the out-break of the war, IV., 24, 26. Militia: arming of, V., 142; Louisiana, at drill, VIII., 143; South Carolina, at beginning of war, VIII, 147. Mill Creek, N. C., III., 166. Mill Creek Gap, Ga., III., 318. Mill Creek Mills, W. Va. (see also Romney, W. Va.), I., 354. Mill Springs, Ky.: I., 180, 356; V., 65; X., 156. Milledgeville, Ga., III., 228, 232. Milledgeville,, C. S. S., VI., 75. Millen, Ga., VII., 130. Miller, F. T.: I., 5, 11; a photographic history, outgrowth of plan of, I., 14; II., 5. Miller, J. F., X., 203. Miller, Lieut. Pennsylvania First Light Artillery: I., 23; III., 177. Miller, S.: I., 147; X., 217. Miller, W., X., 261. Mille
Middletown (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 13
46; Twenty-fourth, II., 239; X., 124: Twenty-fifth, IV., 175; Twenty-sixth, III., 313; bugler of, VIII., 255; Twenty-seventh, losses, X., 154. Michigan,, U. S. S.: VI., 48: VIII., 298. Michler, N., V., 238, 240; cottage of, V., 249. Mickle, W. E., I., 19. Middle Creek, Ky., I., 356, 363. Middle Creek Fork, W. Va. (see also Buckhannon, W. Va.), I., 348. Middleburg, Tenn., II., 328. Middleton, Tenn., II., 340. Middletown, Md., III., 326. Middletown, Va.: I., 364; II., 336. Milbrook Manor House, England, IX., 340-1. Miles, D. H., I., 10. Miles, N. A.: II., 60, 62; III., 201, 208, 294; VIII., 196; X., 190, 213. Milford, Mo., I., 354. Milford, Va., III., 158. Military Commission: the trial and conviction of C. I., Vallandigham by, VII., 204 seq.; the trial and conviction of Col. L. P. Milligan and associates by, VII., 206, 208; court convened at Washington, D. C., May 9, 1865; VII., 207, 209: the membe
Moscow, Ark. (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): chapter 13
, 182. Morton, J. S., III., 261. Morton, O. P., X., 292. Morton, St. C., for whom Fort Morton was named, III., 206. Morton, Camp, Ind. , IV., 214. Morton Ford, Va.: II., 350; III., 30; IV., 119; VII., 181. Morton, Fort, Va. (see Fort Morton, Va.): I., 34: V., 95. Mosby, C. F., Confederate drummer boy, VIII., 383. Mosby, J. S.: II., 330, 348; IV., 27, 32, 77, 116, 166; and staff, IV., 166 seq., 168, 169, 171 seq., 176 seq., 178, 180, 219. Moscow, Ark., II., 352. Moscow, horse of P. Kearny, IV., 318. Moscow Station, Miss., II., 346. Moses, Lieutenant Vii., 123. Mosher,, C. S. S.: I., 227; VI., 187, 191, 200. Mosquito fleet: Union, I., 243; Confederate, I., 356. Moss, L., VII., 17. Mother Kissed Me in My Dream Ix., 350. Mott, G.: III., 46, 60; X., 190, 219. Moulton, Ala., III., 322. Moultrie, Fort, S. C. (see also Fort Moultrie, S. C.): I., 24, 99; V., 119. Mound City, Il
McDowell, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 13
ngineer, U. S. N., VI., 113. MacDonald, E., II., 330. MacDonald's battery, I., 358. McDonough,, U. S. S., VI., 57. MacDougall, C. D., X., 2. McDowell I.: I., 36, 44, 138, 140 seq., 146 seq., 148, 150 seq., 151, 153, 158, 160, 163, 254, 260, 286, 303, 304, 307 seq., 308, 310, 314, 362; II., 18, 20 seq., 22, 43 seq., 46, 320, 322; headquarters of, IV., 89; V., 19, 26 seq., 82, 90, 104, 149, 278, 280, 284, 286; X., 108, 179, 186. McDowell, J. M., VII., 62. McDowell, Va., I., 362. MacEDONIANdonian,, U. S. S., VI., 44, 45. McElroy, J., I., 19. McEntee, J., VIII., 265. McFarland's Gap, Ga., II., 286. McFerrin, J. B., VII., 272. McGarry, E., X., 195. McGinnis, G. F., X., 203. McGowan, J. E., III., 70. McGowan, S.: II., 334; X., 113. McGregor, W. M., IV., 226. McGuire, H.: VII., 246; X., 103. McIntosh, C. F, VI., 192. McIntosh, D. G., X., 27. McIntosh, J.: I., 358; X., 149.
Moscow, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 13
III., 261. Morton, O. P., X., 292. Morton, St. C., for whom Fort Morton was named, III., 206. Morton, Camp, Ind. , IV., 214. Morton Ford, Va.: II., 350; III., 30; IV., 119; VII., 181. Morton, Fort, Va. (see Fort Morton, Va.): I., 34: V., 95. Mosby, C. F., Confederate drummer boy, VIII., 383. Mosby, J. S.: II., 330, 348; IV., 27, 32, 77, 116, 166; and staff, IV., 166 seq., 168, 169, 171 seq., 176 seq., 178, 180, 219. Moscow, Ark., II., 352. Moscow, horse of P. Kearny, IV., 318. Moscow Station, Miss., II., 346. Moses, Lieutenant Vii., 123. Mosher,, C. S. S.: I., 227; VI., 187, 191, 200. Mosquito fleet: Union, I., 243; Confederate, I., 356. Moss, L., VII., 17. Mother Kissed Me in My Dream Ix., 350. Mott, G.: III., 46, 60; X., 190, 219. Moulton, Ala., III., 322. Moultrie, Fort, S. C. (see also Fort Moultrie, S. C.): I., 24, 99; V., 119. Mound City, Ill., I., 185, 216; VI., 2
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