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[772] his gallant conduct at 2d Bull Run, 189; at Antietam, 205; 206; receives a severe wound in the foot, and his command assigned to Gen. Sumner, 207; at Fredericksburg, 345; succeeds. Burnside in command of the army, 352; Lee concentrates his forces on his front, 355; stunned at the battle of Chancellorsville, 361; his loss, 364; recrosses the Rappahannock, 364; is succeeded in command by Gen. Meade, 375; visits Washington without leave. and is placed in arrest by Gen. Halleck, 375; is transferred from the army of the Potomac, with 11th and 12th corps, to Middle Tennessee, under Grant, 433; he carries Lookout Mountain. 439; advances on Chattanooga, 441; Cleburne turns on him at Ringgold, 445; defeats Longstreet at Wauhatchie, 435-6; in the Atlanta campaign, 626.

Hovey, Gen. A. P., captures a Rebel camp, 288; wounded at Fort Hindman, 293; good service at Champion Hills, 308; at Vicksburg. 312.

Howard, Gen. O. O., wounded at Fair Oaks, 148; at Antietam, 207; at Fredericksburg, 345; his corps routed by Jackson at Chancellorsville. 357; at Gettysburg, 380 to 387; in the Atlanta campaign. 626; with Sherman in his great march from Atlanta to Savannah, 689 to 695; advances on Columbia, S. C., 700.

Howe, Gen. A. P., at Chancellorsville, 363; his narrative of the pursuit of Lee, 390; his testimony in relation to Gen. Meade, 402.

Huger, Gen. (Rebel), at Seven Pines, 143; his position in front of Richmond, 160; is present at the battle of Malvern Hill. 165.

Humphreys, Gen., at Vicksburg, 345; at Gettysburg, 382 to 387; at Farmville, 742.

Hunter, Gen., his order on Slavery annulled by the President. 246-7: he defeats W. E. Jones at Piedmont, 600: miscarries at Lynchburg, 601; is succeeded in command by Gen. Sheridan. 607.

Hurlbut, Gen., 59, 64; at Corinth, 230.


Imboden, Gen., captures Charlestown, Va., 396.

Immell's battery, at Iuka, 224.

Independence, Mo., garrison at, captured, 36.

Indiana, Morgan's raid into, 405.

Indian campaigns, Sibley's and Connor's, 455.

Indianola, iron-clad, destroyed, 299.

Indians, slaveholding among the, 32; at Fort Smith, 33; in battle of Pea Ridge, 33-4.

Indian Territory, 32-3.

Ingraham, Capt. D. N., his iron-clad raid from Charleston, 465.

Innes, Col., 1st Michigan Engineers, his defense of Lavergne, 281.

Irish brigade, services of, 162; great loss of, at Fredericksburg. 345.

iron-clads in service at Fort Sumter, 466; at Morris Island, 475.

Island no.10, assailed, 54; captured, 55-6.

Iuka, Miss., battle and map of, 223.

Izetta, steamboat, aids in capturing raiders, 404.


Jackson, Gen. Stonewall (Rebel), promotion of, 107-8; operations of, in West Virginia, 108; in Shenandoah valley, 114; 115; 132 to 140; defeated at Kernstown. 115; at McDowell, 133: captures garrison at Front Royal, 133-4; moves toward Winchester, 134; strength of his army, 134; forces Banks from Winchester, 135; his losses and captures in the Valley, 135,; 140; his reasons for failing to crush Banks, 136; extract from his report. 136; retreats up the Valley, 136-7; repulses Fremont with Ewell's corps, 138; at Port Republic, 139: his army summoned to Richmond, 140; arrests McDowell's march, 151; his report of losses at Gaines's Mill. 157; operations near Glendale, 161; Malvern Hill, 165; his loss, 166; reenforced at Gordonsville, he follows Gen. Ewell, 176; attacks Crawford's batteries at Culpepper and defeats Banks at Cedar Mountain, 177; prisoners and guns captured by, 177; his hazardous movement from the Rappahannock, 180; evacuates Manassas, 181; is present at 2d Bull Run, 187; his report, 188-9; he recrosses the Potomac and captures Martinsburg and Harper's Ferry, 199-200; 201; commands the left wing at Antietam, 206; ordered to attack the right wing in flank and rear. but declines, 209; at Fredericksburg, 344; he routs Howard's corps at Chancellorsville, 357; his death, 359.

Jackson, Gen. Jas. S., killed at Perryville, 219.

Jackson, Gen. C. F., killed at Fred ksburg, 347.

Jackson, Col., 76th Pa., at Fort Wagner, 477.

Jacksonville, Fla., retaken by Unionists, 459; Union Convention at, 459, 532.

Jackson City, Miss., captured by McPherson, 306; Sherman drives Johnston's army out of, 317.

Jaensen, Major, killed before Vicksburg, 290.

James river, scene of operations and map of, 168; crossed by Grant, 583; Sheridan baffled at bridges over, 728.

Jefferson, Va., Unionists routed near, 395.

Jefferson City, Mo., Price threatens, 559.

Jenkins, Gen., wounded at Gettysburg, 389.

Jenkins's Ferry, Ark., fight at, 553.

Johnson, Andrew, nominated for Vice-President, 660; his letter of acceptance, 660; succeeds to the Presidency, 750; offers reward of $100,000 for arrest of Davis, 750.

Johnson, Hon. Geo. W., killed at Shiloh, 70.

Johnson, Major-Gen. Edward, captured by Hancock at Spottsylvania, 572.

Johnson, Gen. R. W., at Chickamauga, 415; cooperates against Bragg at Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga Valley, and Mission Ridge, 438 to 442.

Johnson, Zachartah, on the Slave-Trade, 233.

Johnson's Island, Lake Erie, plot to seize, 624.

Johnsonville, Tenn., assaulted by Forrest, 679.

Johnston, Gen. Joseph E., succeeds Beauregard in command of Army of Virginia, 112; evacuates Manassas, 112; attacks Casey at Fair Oaks, 142; wounded at Fair Oaks. 145; his report of losses at Fair Oaks, 148; Sherman drives him out of Jackson City, 317; opposed to Sherman in Georgia, 625; organization of army, 625; abandons Dalton and Resaca to Sherman, 626; retreats from Adairsville, 626; Kingston, 628; Kenesaw Mountain, 630; is superseded by Hood, 630-1; takes command of Hood's army, 699; attacks Slocum at Bentonville, 707; surrenders to Sherman, 754.

Johnston, Gen. Albert Sidney, abandons Bowling Green, 51; his retreat to Corinth, 52; reasons for leaving Kentucky. 59; 60; in command at Pittsburg Landing, 60; killed, 64.

Jones, Gen. D. R., at Thoroughfare Gap, 183; wounded at Antietam. 206.

Jones, Gen. Thomas N., evacuates Pensacola, 459.

Jones, Major-Gen. Sam., at Wytheville and Lewisburg, 403.

Jones, Maj.-Gen. J. M., wounded at Malvern Hill, 166; moves to Harper's Ferry. 200; wounded at Gettysburg, 389; killed at the Wilderness. 568.

Jones, Col., 24th Ohio, killed at Stone River, 281.

Jonesboroa, operations of Sherman's army at, 635.

journalists (New York) on the Liberty of the Press, 495.


Kane, Lt.-Col. T. L., Penn. Bucktails, wounded and captured, 137.

Kearny, Gen. Philip, at Williamsburg 124; at Malvern Hill, 165; advances on Gainesville, 181-3; killed near Chantilly, 188.

Kearsarge, the, sinks the Alabama, 646.

Keenan, Maj., killed at Chancellorsville, 358.

Kemper, BR<*>G.-Gen., wounded at Gettysburg, 389.

Kenesaw Mountain, Sherman repulsed at, 629.

Kenly, Col. J. R., surprised at Front Royal, 133.

Kennett, Col. Luther M., chases raiders, 271.

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