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Poplar Halls (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
29; General Sherman's criticism of. VIII., 29; reveal army movements, VIII., 285. Newspapers: the activities of, VIII., 22; at headquarters in the army of Potomac, VIII., 33; accounts of government seizures, VIII., 66; censorship of, VIII., 270; Northern, give information to the Confederates, VIII., 285, 288, 292; field headquarters of the New York Herald, VIII., 293. Newton, J.: II., 127; III., 120, 125; V., 16; X., 85, 179, 188. Newtonia, Mo.: II., 324; III., 338. Newtown, Va., I., 364; III., 338. Niagara, , U. S. S.: V., 57; VI., 48, 50, 116, 122, 295, 298; VIII., 157. Niagara Falls, N. Y., VIII., 282. Nichols, E. T., VI., 190, 201. Nichols, F. T., X., 111. Nichols, J. H., VIII., 363. Nichols, W. A., X., 303. Nichols, telegraph operator, VIII., 356. Nicholson, J. N., I., 14. Nicholson, S., VI., 121. Nickerson, F., X., 211. Nightingale,, C. S. S., VI., 49. Nine Mile Road, Va., I., 288.
North Anna (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
chine shop at, VI., 75, 82, 98, 102, 118; vessels built at. VI., 136, 155, 154, 182; IX., 105. Norris, W., B., VIII., 363. Norris, W., VIII., 340. North America,, U. S. S., VI., 322. North American Review, IX., 23. North Anna, Va.: Chesterfield Bridge at, III., 71, 74, 77, 78, 79, 82; Hancock's corps crosses bridge at, III., 83; V., 21; VIII., 250. North Anna River, Va.: I., 43, 135; III., 322; ruins of bridge, IV., 125; V., 220, 221, 233, 235, 260; VII., 41;North Anna River, Va.: I., 43, 135; III., 322; ruins of bridge, IV., 125; V., 220, 221, 233, 235, 260; VII., 41; VIII., 198; soldiers bathing in, VIII., 209. North Atlantic Squadron, U. S Navy, III., 340; VI., 195. North Carolina: secedes, I., 346; Stringham's fleet in the waters of, IV., 104: enlistment on both sides in, VIII., 103; the Department of, under General Burnside, IX., 69. North Carolina troops, Confederate: Artillery: Brem's, I., 356; Latham's, I., 356; Whitehurst's, I., 356. Infantry: First, I., 348; VIII., 103; Second, I., 356; X., 156; losses at Gettysburg, Pa., X., 158; Th
St. Peter's church (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 14
ution to the Civil War forces, VIII., 85. New Jersey troops: Cavalry: First, I., 366; IV., 57, 226, 228. Infantry: First, II., 322, 336; Second, II., 322; III., 324,342; Third, II., 322; Fourth, II., 322; on the Potomac, VIII., 85; officers of, VIII., 85; Fifth, II., 344; Sixth, II., 344; Seventh, II., 344; Eighth, II., 344; Ninth, I., 356, 358; Fifteenth, losses, X., 154; Twenty-third, X., 138; Twenty-sixth, II., 336. New Kent, Va., IV., 85. New Kent Court louse, Va.: St. Peter's church, near, I., 297. New Lisbon, Ohio: II., 340; IV., 175. New London,, U. S. S., VI., :312. New Madrid, Mo.: I., 211, 217, 220, 236, 358; II., 14 VI., 312. New Market, Md., IV., 154. New Market, Va.: III., 25, 140, 158, 321, 326; VII., 147. New Market Road, Va.: I., 366; IV., 242. New Mexico troops: Cavalry: First, I., 358. Infantry: First, I., 358; Second, I., 358. Fifth, I., 358. New Orleans, La., 219, 226 seq., 229,230, 231, 234,
New Haven (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
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, II., 327. New Hampshire: population of, in 1860, VII., 58; number of troops furnished by, VIII., 59; number of troops lost, VIII., 59; enlistment, VIII., 102. New Haven, Conn., VIII., 62. New Hope, Va., II., 346. New Hope Church, Ga.: Hell Hole, III., 62, 68, 113, 116; V., 201, 208. New ironsides,, U. S. S.: II., 332; III., 340; V., 267; VI., 128, 137, 138, 139, 274, 320. New Jersey: contribution to the Civil War forces, VIII., 85. New Jersey troops: Cavalry: First, I., 366; IV., 57, 226, 228. Infantry: First, II., 322, 336; Second, II., 322; III., 324,342; Third, II., 322; Fourth, II., 322; on the Potomac, VIII., 85; officers o
Natchitoches (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
rmy 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 Chattanooga Railroad: II., 168, 273, 274; IV., 254; blockhouse in, IV., 149; V., 295. Nassau, Bermuda, VI., 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, X., 294. National Intelligencer, Washington, D. C. , quoted from, VII., 52. National Red Cross: organization by Clara Barton, VII., 339. Nati
City Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
, IX., 281. Nashville,, C. S. S., VI., 272, 310, 312, 318. Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad: II., 168, 273, 274; IV., 254; blockhouse in, IV., 149; V., 295. Nassau, Bermuda, VI., 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, X., 294. National Intelligencer, Washington, D. C. , quoted from, VII., 52. National Red Cross: organization by Clara Barton, VII., 339. National Tribune, Washington, D. C. , I., 19. National Unity: Prof. Albert Bushnell Hart, quoted on, IX., 219. Nationality of recruits in regime
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
VIII., 82, 97, 111, 140. Nanna Hubba Bluff, Ala., VI., 260. Nansemond,, U. S. S., III., 342. Nantucket,, U. S. S.: II., 332; VI., 128. Napier, Tom, II., 162. Napoleon I. IX., 87. Napoleons (12 pounder guns), V., 14, 50. Narragansett,, U. S. S., VI., 48. Nashville, Tenn.: I., 134, 182, 190, 192, 196, 211, 358; bridge, I., 368; wharf at, II., 162; supply steamers at, II., 163, 168, 172, 326; III., 12, 19, 216, 218, 238, 249; the end of the war in Tennessee, III., 249; bridge at, III., 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 255, 257, 258; capitol at, III., 259, 261; view of, III., 261; fortifications around. constructed by Union engineers, III., 261; plan of battle used as model in European military schools, III., 264, 267, 269, 340, 346; IV., 147, 155, 161, 241, 256, 328. V., 50; Brennon's foundry at, V., 65, 164, 251, 302; VII., 145, 161; provost-marshal at, VII., 193; officers' hospital at, VII., 233; Presbyterian church used as hospital at, VII., 273;
Yorktown (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
116, 117, 118, 174; attitude of Confederate Government toward, VII., 174; in Union Army, VII., 191. Negroes: problem of the, II., 30, 31; flocking of, toward the Union army on its march to the sea, III., 223; labor on Confederate earthworks, V., 264; refugees at Richmond, Va., V., 319; enlistment of, VII., 145. Nellie gray, horse of Fitzhugh Lee, IV., 318. Nelson, W.: I., 204, 205 seq., 207, 208, 360; X., 207. Nelson, C. S. S., IV., 264. Nelson Church Hospital, Yorktown, Va. , VII., 259. Nelson Farm, Va., I., 336, 366. Nemeha,, U. S. S., IX., 169. Neosho, Mo., I., 362. Neosho,, U. S. S., VI., 147, 228. Neptune,, C. S. S.: II., 330; VI., 316. Nereus,, U. S. S., III., 342. Neuse River, N. C., VI., 320. Neutrality laws: proclaimed by foreign powers, VI., 292; broken by Corn. Collins, VI., 293, 294; observed by Capt. Winslow, VI., 305. Neviu, H. M., X., 296. New Berne, N. C.: I., 358; II., 348; Vermo
Chancellorsville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
I., 272, 348, 350; II., 67; Sixth, I., 350; Seventh, I., 356, 358; losses at Seven Days, Va., X., 158; Eighth, L, 356; Eleventh, I., 348, 350; Seventeenth, L, 356; Eighteenth, IX., 89; losses at Seven Days, Va., X., 158; Nineteenth, I., 356; Twentieth, X., 156; Twenty-sixth, I., 356, 358; II., 350; losses at Gettysburg, Pa., X., 158; Twenty-seventh, I., 356; II., 59; losses at Antietam, Md., X., 158; Twenty-eighth, I., 356; Thirty-first, I., 356; Thirty-third, I., 356, 358; losses at Chancellorsville, Va., X., 158; Thirty-fifth, I., 356, 358; Thirty-sixth, VI., 246; Thirty-seventh, L, 356; Forty-sixth, I., 356; Forty-eighth, X., 156; Fifty-seventh, X., 156; Fifty-ninth, I., 356; Sixty-seventh, VII., 249. North Carolina troops, Union: Infantry: First, II., 322; colored, II., 350; Second, II., 348. North Carolina,, U. S. S., VI., 163. Northern Virginia, Army of (see also Army of Northern Virginia), I., 34, 82, 96. 284 seq., 298, 312. Northrop, L. B., VII., 178.
New Creek (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
II., 330; VI., 316. Nereus,, U. S. S., III., 342. Neuse River, N. C., VI., 320. Neutrality laws: proclaimed by foreign powers, VI., 292; broken by Corn. Collins, VI., 293, 294; observed by Capt. Winslow, VI., 305. Neviu, H. M., X., 296. New Berne, N. C.: I., 358; II., 348; Vermont Ninth Infantry hospital at, VII., 231; hospital at, VII., 333; federal barracks, IX., 55, 69; fortifications near, IX., 71. New bridge, Va.: I., 281, 285, 364; V., 320. New Creek, W. Va.: IV., 108; raid at, a Confederate success, IV., 110, 112. New England: number of troops furnished 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;
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