, taken prisoner, 212.
J. R., in command at Forts Jackson
and St. Philip, La.
, 87; 90.
, rear-Admiral Samuel
F., preparations for attacking Fort Sumter
, 466; his iron-clads assail Fort Sumter
, 467; their advance arrested, 469; Union monitors repulsed — the Keokuk
sunk, 471; repossesses several coast defenses, 458; his gunboats advance near charleston, 460; failure of his attack on Fort McAllister
, 463-4; his partiality to deck-fighting, 472.
, at South Mountain
Duvall's Bluff, 555.
Early, Gen. Jubal
A., charges at Cedar Mountain
— is forced to fall back, 177; commands Jackson
's division at Antietam
, 206; at Gettysburg
, 380 to 387; menaces Washington
— is repulsed, 605; he surprises Crook
at Cedar Creek
, 613; Sheridan
routs him at Cedar Creek
, 614-5; again routed at Waynesboro
East Point, Ga. Sherman
's operations at, 636.
, at Chickamauga
, Killed at Iuka
, occupied by Sherman
's army crosses the, 698.
, his gallantry, 188.
's battery, at Olustee
, 127th Ill., at Vicksburg
Emancipation, views of distinguished statesmen and generals on Slavery, 232 to 256; proclamations of President Lincoln
, 253-5; proclamation of Gen. Fremont
, 239; Congress debating, 256.
, killed at Hartsville
, Mo., 447.
, Gen. Wm
F., abandons supplies on the Chickahominy
, 159; stops the Rebels
at Pleasant Grove
, 541; beats them at Pleasant Hill
, 543; encounters a cavalry force at Mansura
's battery, at Stone River
mediation offered and declined, 484.
, Edward, his speech at Boston
, 256; at Gettysburg
, checks Fremont
's advance at Cross-Keys, 138; moves down the left bank of the Chickahominy
, 160; defeated by Hooker
at Bristow station, 181; burns bridge, destroys railroad, and falls back on Manassas
, 181; severely wounded, 182; his division present at second Bull Run
, 189; commands a division at Harper's Ferry
, 200; is engaged at Antietam
, 206; takes Winchester
, 371; at Gettysburg
, 380 to 387; at Manassas Gap, 393; at the Wilderness
, 567 to 571; surrenders, 741.
, Gen. Hugh
S., at Vicksburg
, 311; his defense of Fort Davidson, and retreat, 557-8.
, attacks at Marks's Mill, 553.
Fair Oaks, Va.
, battle of, 142 to 147.
, killed at Gettysburg
D. G., bombards vicksburg, 578; at Ship Island
, 83; at months of the Mississippi
, 84-85; 86; his attack on and passage of defenses below New Orleans, 88 to 94; his forces occupy the city, 95-6; his reply to Mayor Monroe
, 96; at Baton Rouge
, 101; his fleet runs by Vicksburg batteries, 101; 102; bombards Donaldsonville
, 102; returns to New Orleans, 102; at the capture of Port Hudson
, 332; assails Forts Morgan
, Mobile bay
, surrenders to Rear-Admiral Fletcher
on the Tombigbee river
Fayetteville, N. C.
, taken by Sherman
defeated at, 448.
W. S., wounded at Glendale
Federal Government, its right to subdue resistance to its authority, 232.
, Brig.-Gen. Edward
, in attack on Roanoke Island
, 76; defends Fort Sanders
, at second Bull Run
, 16th La., killed at Stone River
, contributions to the Confederate army in, 459; Gen. Truman Seymour
's expedition to, 529.
, the and the Alabama Southern
corsairs built and fitted out in England
and flying British colors, 643; depredations and capture of, 644-5.
, Gen. John
B., 17; 18; 19; 47; would not surrender, 50.
A. H., at Fort Henry
, 45; 46-7; at Fort Donelson
, 48-9; up the Cumberland
, 53; at Columbus, Ky.
, 54; at Island No.10
, 55; bombards Fort Pillow
T. H., on Maryland Heights
, 200; abandons them, 200.
N. B., escapes from Fort Donelson
, 50; raids on Rosecrans
's communications, 270; routed at Parker's Cross-roads
, 282; at Chickamauga
, 417; his massacre at Fort Pillow
, 619; routs Sturgis
, 621; assails Johnsonville, Tenn.
Fort De Russy
, captured by A. J. Smith
Fort Donelson, Tenn.
, map of, 46; invested by Grant
, 47; Rebels attempt to cut their way out, 48-9; sufferings of the troops, 49; Floyd
escape, 50; the surrender, 50; losses sustained at, 51.
, N. G., Gen. Terry
assaults and captures, 713.
Fort Henry, Tenn.
, defenses of, 45; attacked by Gen. Grant
, 45; map of, 46; captured, 46-7.
Fort Hindman, Ark., taken by McClernand
Fort Macon, N. C.
, capture of, 79.
, attack on, 463; stormed, 693.
, bombarded and captured — Forrest
's massacre at, 619.
Fort Powell, blown up by the Rebels
, siege and capture of, 455 to 458.
attacked by Longstreet
and St. Philip
, maps of, 86; 88; bombardment and surrender of, 88 to 97.
Fort Smith, Ark.
, Gen. Thayer
, Mobile bay
assails, 651; Page and Anderson
Fort Steedman, Va., Rebel attack on, 728.
, iron-clads on service at, 466; Dupont
's iron clads assail, 467; advance on arrested, 469; the monitors repulsed — the iron-clad Keokuk
sunk near, 471; Dahlgren
's luckless attack on, 481; Swinton
's account of the bombardment of, 467-8-9; evacuation of, 702-3.
, Gen. Strong
's assault on, a failure, 477; Gen. Gillmore
begins a regular siege of, 478; captured by Gillmore
Fort Warren, N. C.
, assailed by Rebels, 533-4.
J. G., accompanies Burnside
's expedition, 73; part taken by, in the attack on Newbern
, 78; in command of Department of N. C. 80; organizes expedition for the capture of Goldsboro
, 80; 81; returns to Newbern
, 81; repels D. H. Hill
at Washington, N. C.
, 483; makes a demonstration in behalf of Sherman
, 696; relieved in consequence of his wound, 696.
, defeats Sam. Jones
at Blue Springs, Tenn.
, Gen. Wm
B., at West Point, Va.
, 126; his corps in reserve at Gaines's Mill
, 156; repulses the enemy's attack at Golding
's farm, 160; commands a corps at Malvern Hill
, 165; ordered to reenforce Pope
, 179; commands a corps of McClellan
's left wing at Crampton's Gap, 199; at Antietam
, 207; his failure at Sabine Pass
, 339; at Fredericksburg
, 344; wounded at sabine Cross-roads
, Dr. Benjamin
, on Negro soldiers, 513.
at, 681; map of battle, 681; losses in the battle of, 683.
before, 343; battle of, 345 to 348; map of, 343; our losses at, 347; Gens. Lee