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Illustrations of Vol. II.

Union Generals.
Frontispiece.
1.Lieut.-Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. 
2.Major-Gen. William T. Sherman. 
3.Major-Gen. Philip H. Sheridan. 
4.Major-Gen. George G. Meade. 
5.Major-Gen. Winfield S. Hancock. 
6.Major-Gen. Oliver O. Howard. 
7.Major-Gen. Alfred H. Terry. 
8.Major-Gen. Frank P. Blair. 
9.Major-Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks. 
10.Major-Gen. Samuel R. Curtis. 
11.Major-Gen. Quincy A. Gillmore. 
12.Major-Gen. George H. Thomas. 
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Horace GREELEY17
patriotic Governors.
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13.Edwin D. Morgan, of N. York.128
14.William Sprague, of R. I.128
15.Richard Yates, of Illinois128
16.Thos. C. Fletcher, of Missouri128
17.Charles S. Olden, of N. Jersey128
18.Alex. W. Randall, of Wisc128
19.Austin Blair, of Michigan128
20.John Brough, of Ohio128
21.Wm. A. Buckingham, of Conn.128
22.Oliver P. Morton, of Indiana128
23.John A. Andrew, of Mass128
24.Samuel Cony, of Maine128
25.Andrew G. Curtin, of Penn128
eminent upholders in Congress of the War for the Union.
26.Benjamin F. Wade, of Ohio256
27.Zachariah Chandler, of Mich256
28.Henry S. Lane, of Indiana256
29.Lyman Trumbull, of Illinois256
30.Elihu B. Washburne, of Illinois256
31.William D. Kelley, of Penna256
32.Henry Winter Davis, of Md.256
33.Reuben E. Fenton, of N. York256
34.George W. Julian, of Indiana256
35.John A. Kasson, of Iowa256
36.John P. Hale, of N. Hampshire256
37.Roscoe Conkling, of New York256
Union defenders.
38.Major-Gen. Wm. S. Rosecrans272
39.Major-Gen. Franz SIGEL272
40.Major-Gen. Godfrey WEITZEL272
41.Major-Gen. James B. Steedman272
42.Major-Gen. Gordon GRANGER272
43.Major-Gen. E. R. S. Canby272
44.Major-Gen. Judson KILPATRICK272
45.Major-Gen. P. J. Osterhaus272
46.Major-Gen. Alfred PLEASANTON272
47.Major-Gen. Carl SCHURZ272
48.Brig.-Gen. Thos. F. Meagher272
49.Com. John A. Winslow272
our heroic dead.
50.Major-Gen. John SEDGWICK352
51.Major-Gen. Isaac I. Stevens352
52.Brig.-Gen. Edward D. Baker352
53.Brig.-Gen. George D. Bayard352
54.Major-Gen. Philip KEARNY352
55.Major-Gen. John F. Reynolds352
56.Major-Gen. Ormsby M. Mitchel352
57.Major-Gen. Jas. S. Wadsworth352
58.Major-Gen. Jas. B. Mcpherson352
59.Major-Gen. Edwin V. Sumner352
60.Brig.-Gen. Fred. W. Lander352
61.Brig.-Gen. Nathaniel LYON352
President, New Cabinet, &c.
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62.Andrew Johnson, President752
63.Lafayette S. Foster,752
 Vice-President. 
64.Hugh McCulloch,752
 Secretary of the Treasury. 
65.James Harlan, Sec. Interior752
66.William Dennison,752
 Postmaster-General. 
67.James speed, Attorney-General752
68.Schuyler Colfax,752
 Speaker of the House of Representatives. 
69.Thaddeus Stevens,752
 Chairman Com. on Ways and Means, House of Reps. 
70.John Sherman,752
 Committee on Finance, Senate. 
71.Henry Wilson,752
 Chairman Committee on Military Affairs, Senate. 
72.Gen. Robert C. Schenck,752
 Chairman Com. on Military Affairs, House of Reps. 
73.William Pitt Fessenden,752
 Ex-Secretary of the Treasury. 
fight of the Merrimac and Monitor in Hampton ROADS112
view of Fredericksburg344
view of Cumberland GAP432
Fort Sumter repossessed by the Union737
illustrations — continued.
battle-field of Pea RIDGE29
battle-field of Mill SPRING44
forts Henry and DONELSON46
New Madrid and Island no.1055
Pittsburg LandingSHILOH62
Roanoke IslandCroatan SOUND75
Newbern and Neuse river77
New Orleans and its defenses86
forts Jackson and St. Philip88
Richmond and its APPROACHES111
McClellan before YORKTOWN121
seven Pines, or Fair OAKS143
MECHANICSVILLE153
Gaines's Mill156
Malvern HILL165
Pope's Virginia and Lee's Maryland CAMPAIGNS174
Cedar Mountain176
Gainesville, or second Bull Run184
South MountainTurner's and Crampton's GAPS197
Harper's FERRY200
Antietam, or SHARPSBURG205
Perryville, or Chaplin's CREEK219
IUKA223
Corinth — defeat of Van DORN226
Stone river, or Murfreesboroa275
the Yazoo region297
Vicksburg, Jackson, Yazoo CITY305
Port Hudson besieged by BANKS332
FredericksburgBurnside, Lee343
ChancellorsvilleHooker, Lee356
Winchester, Va., and VICINITY371
Gettysburg--first day's fight378
Gettysburg — final ASSAULT384
Mine Run and the RAPIDAN399
Chattanooga, Chickamauga, &c416
East Tennessee--Knoxville, &c429
Fort Pulaski--Gillmore's SIEGE457
Secessionville, S. C.461
Charleston, S. C., and its defenses467
Red river region, Alexandria, &c538
the WildernessGrant, Lee567
Spottsylvania C. H. And VICINITY572
Lee at Bay on the North ANNA578
Cold Harbor and its VICINITY580
Richmond and PETERSBURG594
defenses of Washington CITY604
Sheridan in the Valley of Va.609
Sherman's advance to ATLANTA627
Mobile Bay and its defenses650
Franklin, Tenn.--Hood's fight681
Nashville, Tenn.--Thomas, Hood685
Sherman's March to the SEA690
Sherman's March through South CAROLINA698
Wilmington, N. C.--Fort FISHER710
Lee's retreat--Appomattox C. H.729

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