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Vienna (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
herson Hospital at, VII, 233, 240; U. S. hospital boat Red Rover at, VII., 307; VIII., 29; headquarters signal corps at, VIII., 325; capture of, VIII., 330, 340, 352; colored troops at, IX., 173, 204; cemetery at, IX., 281; surrender of, X., 32; casualties at, X., 34, 156. Victor,, C. S. S., VI., 296. Victoria, Queen of England, Proclamation of Neutrality issued by, VI., 308. Victoria,, C. S. S., VI., 123. Vidette,, U. S. S., I., 356. Viele, E. L., X., 227. Vienna, Va., I., 348. Villard, H., X., 42. Villepigue, J. B., I., 237; X., 256. Vincennes,, U. S. S., VI., 189. Vincent, S., II., 249, 252, 253, 254, X., 137. Vincent's brigade, II., 255. Vindicator,, U. S. S., I., 239; VI., 221; IX., 165. Vinton, D. H., II., 328. Vionville, losses at, X., 126, 140. Virginia: North Anna River, in, I., 43, 135; adopted the ordinance of secession subject to popular vote, I., 346; campaigns, map of, I., 369; negroes,
Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): chapter 22
t and sentence of, VII., 204. Valley campaign: I., 305; prisoners and supplies captured in, IV., 252. Valley City,, U. S. S., I, 356. Valley of Virginia, battle of, VIII., 110. Valley Railroad, Va., V., 290. Valverde, Fort, N. Mex. (see also Fort Valverde, N. Mex.): I., 358. Van Brunt, G. J., VI., 100, 125, 174, 176. Van Buren, W. H., VII, 330. Van Cleve, H. P.: Il, 174, 176, 284; X., 219. Vanderbilt, C.: VI., 309; IX., 297. Vanderbilt, Captain N. Mex.): I., 358. Van Brunt, G. J., VI., 100, 125, 174, 176. Van Buren, W. H., VII, 330. Van Cleve, H. P.: Il, 174, 176, 284; X., 219. Vanderbilt, C.: VI., 309; IX., 297. Vanderbilt, Captain New York Tenth Cavalry, quoted, IV., 26. Vanderbilt,, U. S. S.: III., 342; VI., 309. Van Dervoort, P., X., 296. Vandewater, J., X., 288. Van Dorn, E.: I, 206, 235, 245; II., 143 seq., 183, 190, 200, 204, 324, 328, 330; IV., 49; capture, 116, 133, 263; V., 70; VI, 308; VII., 28, 30, 233; X., 251, 270, 272. Van Duzen, J. C., VIII., 358 seq. Vannerson, photographer: IX., 123; X., 63. Van Norman, L. E., I., 10. Van Sant, S. R., X., 296. Van Valkenbu
Manassas, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
364; Stuart's, I., 354; First., I., 350, 364; IV., 82, 98; Second, IV., 87; Fourth, I., 364; Fifth, IV., 73; Sixth, IV., 84; VII., 147; Seventh, I., 360; IV., 73, 88, 110; Eighth, I., 364; Ninth, IV., 72; Eleventh, IV., 104; Twelfth, IV., Thirteenth, 87; I., 350. Infantry: Monroe's, I., 356; First, I., 348, 350; First (Irish) Battalion, I., 360, 362; First drum major of, VIII., 109; Second, I., 350, 360; IV., 238; Fourth, I., 350, 360; losses at Chancellorsville, Va., X., 158; losses at Manassas, Va., X., 158; Fifth, I., 350, 360; Sixth, IV., 104; drummer boy of, VIII., 383; Seventh, I., 348, 350; IV., 104; Eighth, I., 350, 352; Tenth, I., 350, 362; Eleventh, I., 348, 350, 356; Twelfth, IV., 104; Thirteenth, I., 350; III., 332; Fifteenth, losses at Antietam, Md., X., 158; Seventeenth, I., 348, 350; losses at Antietam, Md., X., 158; Eighteenth, I., 350; VIII., 111; Nineteenth, I., 350; Twentieth, I., 348; Twenty-first, I., 358, 360, 362; X., 156; Twenty-second, I., 361; Twenty-third,
Vera Cruz (Veracruz, Mexico) (search for this): chapter 22
I, 362. Van Vinson Vii, 125. Van Wyck, C. H., X., 229. Vaquin, E., VIII., 169. Varnells Station, Ga., III., 320. Varuna,, U. S. S., VI, 190, 191, 198. Varuna Landing, Va.: pontoon bridge at, IV.; 189. Vaughen, A. J., X., 299. Vaughen, J. C.: III., 322; X., 299. Vaughts Hill, Milton, Tenn. , II., 332. Veatch, J. C., X., 87. Veazy, W. G., X., 296. Venable, R. M., I, 105. Venus,, C. S. S., transport, IV., 163. Vera Cruz, Mexico, VI., 45; X., 58. Verandah House, Baton Rouge, La. , II., 134. Vermont: population of, in 1860, VIII., 58; number of troops furnished, VIII, 59; number of troops lost, VIII., 59; quota in Civil War, VIII., 65; uniform of troops, VIII., 78. Vermont troops: Artillery: First, Heavy, IX., 138. Cavalry: First, IV., 104, 230, 232; Second, I., 348. Infantry: Vermont Brigade, X., 117; Stannard's brigade, II., 264; First Brigade, V., 31; Camp Griffin, near Washington, D. C
Milton, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
, photographer: IX., 123; X., 63. Van Norman, L. E., I., 10. Van Sant, S. R., X., 296. Van Valkenburgh, D. H., I., 295. Van Valkenbergh, T. S., VIII, 362. Van Vinson Vii, 125. Van Wyck, C. H., X., 229. Vaquin, E., VIII., 169. Varnells Station, Ga., III., 320. Varuna,, U. S. S., VI, 190, 191, 198. Varuna Landing, Va.: pontoon bridge at, IV.; 189. Vaughen, A. J., X., 299. Vaughen, J. C.: III., 322; X., 299. Vaughts Hill, Milton, Tenn. , II., 332. Veatch, J. C., X., 87. Veazy, W. G., X., 296. Venable, R. M., I, 105. Venus,, C. S. S., transport, IV., 163. Vera Cruz, Mexico, VI., 45; X., 58. Verandah House, Baton Rouge, La. , II., 134. Vermont: population of, in 1860, VIII., 58; number of troops furnished, VIII, 59; number of troops lost, VIII., 59; quota in Civil War, VIII., 65; uniform of troops, VIII., 78. Vermont troops: Artillery: First, Heavy, IX., 138. Cavalry: Firs
Lexington, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
66; IV., 102; Fifty-ninth, III., 318; Sixtieth, VII., 162; Sixty-seventh, I., 356; Seventy-seventh, I., 352; Eighty-ninth, I, 356; One hundred and fourteenth, I., 352. Virginia troops, Union: Cavalry: Second, I., 356. Infantry: Ninth, I., 354. Virginia,, C. S. S.: I., 119, 358, 364; V., 258. 313; VI., 7:3, 82, 89, 132, 146, 155, 161, 165, 175, 265, 315. Virginia Cavalier, IX., 346. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Va. , X., 51. Virginia military Institute, Lexington, Va. : III., 140, 289; IX., 91, 132; X., 100. Vital Records, Confederate, X., 148, seq.; Union, X., 148 seq. Vogdes, I.: VII., 47; X., 303. Voice of the South, the, Jefferson Davis, quoted, IX., 290. Volunteer about to lose some weight, VIII., 93. Volunteer song, IX., 344. Volunteer, the, E. J. Cutler, IX., 76, 80. Volunteers: character of, in the armies of the North and South (1864), IV., 16, 28; from East and West, VIII., 95; of the Confederacy, il
Chancellorsville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
., 348. Cavalry: I., 354; Ashby's, I., 364; Stuart's, I., 354; First., I., 350, 364; IV., 82, 98; Second, IV., 87; Fourth, I., 364; Fifth, IV., 73; Sixth, IV., 84; VII., 147; Seventh, I., 360; IV., 73, 88, 110; Eighth, I., 364; Ninth, IV., 72; Eleventh, IV., 104; Twelfth, IV., Thirteenth, 87; I., 350. Infantry: Monroe's, I., 356; First, I., 348, 350; First (Irish) Battalion, I., 360, 362; First drum major of, VIII., 109; Second, I., 350, 360; IV., 238; Fourth, I., 350, 360; losses at Chancellorsville, Va., X., 158; losses at Manassas, Va., X., 158; Fifth, I., 350, 360; Sixth, IV., 104; drummer boy of, VIII., 383; Seventh, I., 348, 350; IV., 104; Eighth, I., 350, 352; Tenth, I., 350, 362; Eleventh, I., 348, 350, 356; Twelfth, IV., 104; Thirteenth, I., 350; III., 332; Fifteenth, losses at Antietam, Md., X., 158; Seventeenth, I., 348, 350; losses at Antietam, Md., X., 158; Eighteenth, I., 350; VIII., 111; Nineteenth, I., 350; Twentieth, I., 348; Twenty-first, I., 358, 360, 362; X., 156;
Baton Rouge (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
X., 229. Vaquin, E., VIII., 169. Varnells Station, Ga., III., 320. Varuna,, U. S. S., VI, 190, 191, 198. Varuna Landing, Va.: pontoon bridge at, IV.; 189. Vaughen, A. J., X., 299. Vaughen, J. C.: III., 322; X., 299. Vaughts Hill, Milton, Tenn. , II., 332. Veatch, J. C., X., 87. Veazy, W. G., X., 296. Venable, R. M., I, 105. Venus,, C. S. S., transport, IV., 163. Vera Cruz, Mexico, VI., 45; X., 58. Verandah House, Baton Rouge, La. , II., 134. Vermont: population of, in 1860, VIII., 58; number of troops furnished, VIII, 59; number of troops lost, VIII., 59; quota in Civil War, VIII., 65; uniform of troops, VIII., 78. Vermont troops: Artillery: First, Heavy, IX., 138. Cavalry: First, IV., 104, 230, 232; Second, I., 348. Infantry: Vermont Brigade, X., 117; Stannard's brigade, II., 264; First Brigade, V., 31; Camp Griffin, near Washington, D. C. IX., 138; Second, IX., 138; X., 124; Third, I., 350,
Vicksburg (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
, II., 324, 348; hospital of, at New Berne, N. C., VII, 231; IX., 157. Vermont,, U. S. S., VI., 127. Veterans of the war: return of, to civilian life, III., 345; organization of, X., 290. Veterans, United Confederate (see also United Confederate veterans): I., 19; united Confederate Veterans, constitution of, X., 298; Confederates, reunion of, X., 300. Vibbard engine, V., 287. Vibbard draw of Long bridge, Washington, D. C. , Federal Engineers at, I., 131. Vicksburg, Miss.: surrender of, I., 68, 77 seq.; Camp Fisk, Four Mile bridge in, I., 108, 124 seq., 126. 132, 182, 187, 214, 231, 249 seq., 365, 366, 368; II., 9, 134; sieges of, II., 179, 181, 182, 183, 1S8; preliminary operations around, by the combined forces of Farragut, Porter and Williams, II., 190; view of, taken under fire, II., 193; courthouse at, II., 193; preliminary operations against, part of river steamers in, II., 194; strong Confederate fortifications around, II., 195; condition of Un
New Bern (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 22
7; Stannard's brigade, II., 264; First Brigade, V., 31; Camp Griffin, near Washington, D. C. IX., 138; Second, IX., 138; X., 124; Third, I., 350, 360; IX., 138; Fourth, I., 360; IX., 138; Fifth, Il, 336; IX., 138, 154; losses, X., 154; Sixth, I., 360; near Washington, D. C., VIII., 57; I and D Companies, VIII., 64; before Camp Griffin, Washington, D. C., VIII., 65; IX., 138, 347; Seventh, II., 320; III., 332; Eighth, II., 330; losses, X., 152; Ninth, II., 324, 348; hospital of, at New Berne, N. C., VII, 231; IX., 157. Vermont,, U. S. S., VI., 127. Veterans of the war: return of, to civilian life, III., 345; organization of, X., 290. Veterans, United Confederate (see also United Confederate veterans): I., 19; united Confederate Veterans, constitution of, X., 298; Confederates, reunion of, X., 300. Vibbard engine, V., 287. Vibbard draw of Long bridge, Washington, D. C. , Federal Engineers at, I., 131. Vicksburg, Miss.: surrender of, I., 68, 77 seq
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