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Thomas's inactivity toward, 255-257; purpose of pursuing him into the Gulf States, 255, 256; strength and purpose at Nashville, 258-262; S. ordered to fight him at Pulaski, 283-285, 287; S. to watch and cheek, 285 Thomas expected to take personal command against, 289, 290; Stanley ordered to tight him at Pulaski or Columbia, 290; question of his movements in Georgia, 299 et seq.; possibilities of his capture of Nashville and success in Tennessee, 300; effect of his delays from Columbia to Franklin, 301; illustration of his attitude toward Sherman, 305, 306; raid in Sherman's rear, 308; abandons Georgia, 309, 318, 332, 333; Sherman's apprehensions of interference from, 313; anticipated movement on the Mobile and Ohio railroad, 315; crosses the Coosa, 315, 316; movement from Palmetto Station, 316; probability of his striking for Nashville, 316; movements at Dallas, Cedartown, and Acworth, 316; retreat down the Coosa, 316, 318; Thomas to watch, 317; position near Selma, 318; assembles Georgia militia, 319; Thomas to take offensive against, 319; 320, 325, 326; at Florence and Tuscumbia, 320; Thomas to hold in check, 321; Thomas's failure to destroy, 329, 330, 335; destruction of his army in Tennessee, 340, 343, 348; fall of Atlanta, 341

Hooker, Maj.-Gen., Joseph, battle of Kolb's Farm, 132-136; his ambition, 136; questions of relative rank, 136; habit of seizing on roads destined for others, 136, 139; strained relations with Sherman, 136, 139-141; explanation of his side-road movements, 139; test of courage between Sherman and, 140, 141

Howard, Capt., reports condition of Gen. Blunt's district, 93

Howard, Maj.-Gen. O. O., in final movement against Atlanta, 154; battle of Jonesboroa, 157; to accompany Sherman to Savannah, 165; march to the sea, 317; appointed superintendent, at West Point, 447

Huey's Mill, Tenn., Hood crosses Duck River near, 208, 210, 213, 214, 219; reconnoitering Hood's movements at, 210, 213, 214; military movements at, 219, 230

Human nature, 428

Hunt, Maj.-Gen. Henry J., suggests the establishment of a light-artillery school, 426, 427

Hunter, Maj.-Gen., David, factional troubles under his administration in Missouri, 95

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Idaho, obstruction of railroads in, 512

Illinois, the Schofield family removes from New York to, 1; Rev. James Schofield's mission work in, 1; the labor riots of 1894, 493 et seq.

Independence, Mo., Ewing and S. at, 84

Indiana, a young soldier representative of, 155, 156; to be called on for militia, 322

Indian Bureau, the, the Modoc outbreak and, 435, 436; abuse of its powers, 436

Indian River, Fla., travel on, 19, 23; service on, 19-25; military operations on, 23

Indians, protection against raids by, 426, 428, 435-438; results of broken faith with, 436-438; the problem of restraint of, 487-489; threatened outbreak by, 488; battle of Wounded Knee, 488; enlistment of, 488, 489; allotments in severalty, 489; civilization of, 489; campaigns against, 514, 515

Indian Territory, S. reclaims the, 90; included in Division of the Gulf, 447

Infantry and Cavalry School, 460

‘Influence,’ 11, 12, 514

Insurrection, tactical dealing with, 495, 504, 505

Interstate commerce, organized obstruction to, 492 et seq.

Intrenchments, question of carrying by assault, 127, 128, 142-148

Iowa, Rev. James Schofield's mission work in, 1

Iron-clad oath, the, 376, 396, 400, 401

Italy, S. visits, 385, 393

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Jackman, in Shelby's raid into Missouri, 101

Jackson, Tenn., possible movement by Beauregard to, 311; Forrest at, 319

Jackson, Claiborne F., governor of Missouri, 32; disloyalty, 32, 33; joins the rebellion and flees from Missouri, 54

Jackson, Lieut.-Gen. Thomas Jonathan (‘Stonewall’), 172

Jacksonville, Fla., S. at, 19

Java,’ the, S. sails for Liverpool on, 385

Jefferson City, Mo., State Convention at, 71 et seq.

Jesup, Gen., 24

Johnson, Andrew, reconstruction policy, 354, 374, 376, 395, 420; consults with S. on Mexican affairs, 379; vetoes reconstruction acts, 395; his conflict with Congress, 395, 404; impeachment, 395, 404, 407 et seq., 413-420, 478; controversy with Stanton, 411 et seq.; letter from Grant, Aug. 1, 1867, 411; relations with Grant, 411 et seq.; letter from Grant, Feb. 3, 1868, 412; claims the Tenure-of-Office Act unconstitutional, 412; appoints Grant Secretary of War ad interim, 412; controversy with Grant, 413; Grant on his impeachment, 416; his lawless acts, 416; creates the Military Division of the Atlantic, 417; nominates S. as Secretary of War, 418; relations with S., 419, 420

Johnson, Maj.-Gen. Richard W., battle of Nashville, 264

Johnsonville, Tenn., S. ordered to, 165, 166, 288-290; the Twenty-third Corps at, 165; Forrest's raid at, 165, 288, 320; military movements near, 213

Johnston, Gen. Joseph E., menaces Grant at Vicksburg, 71, 98; in the Atlanta campaign, 124-129, 131, 143, 153; his ‘Narrative’ quoted, 129, 352; battle of Kolb's Farm, 133; withdrawal from Kenesaw, 136; criticizes Hood's assault at Franklin, 183; relieved by Hood, 231, 312; on Davis's desire for aggressive campaigns, 234; surrender to and negotiations with Sherman, 262, 335, 348-353, 355, 356, 360, 367; collects Hood's scattered forces, 335; opposes Sherman in the Carolinas, 335; Sherman to operate against, 340, 342; military genius, 340-342; characters of his campaign against Sherman, 342; prevention of his junction with Lee, 347; his final movements in the war, 347, 348, 350; apprehends guerrilla warfare, 350; his army provisioned by S., 352, 353

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