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[574] 279; congratulated by S., 276; indorsement on report of battle of Franklin, 276, 277, 283 ; president of military court, 277; S.'s guest at Cabinet and Diplomatic dinner, 277, 278; recommends Stanley and S. for brevet honors, 277, 279, 280; appointed to command Military Division of the Pacific, 278; cessation of personal relations with S., 278; goes to San Francisco, 278; S.'s views on the battles of Franklin and Nashville, 278 et seq.; omission to give proper credit to S. for battle of Franklin, 279 et seq.; omission to give proper credit to Stanley for Spring Hill and Franklin, 279; report of the Tennessee campaign, 277, 279 et seq.; S.'s difficulties of telegraphic communication with, 281; promises of reinforcements to S. at Columbia, 282; mistake concerning the situation at Pulaski, 282-290; equality of command with S., 286; ability to defeat Beauregard, 288; assures Sherman of his ability to cope with Hood, 288; orders S. to Nashville, 288-290; interview with S. at Nashville, 288-290; expectations of concentrating at Columbia or Pulaski, 289, 290; expected to take personal command against Hood, 289, 20; death and burial, 292, 293, 296, 297, 429; his honor, truth, and justice, 292, 296; conversation with Halleck at San Francisco, 293; alleged attempt by S. to supplant, 293-297; conspiracy to poison his mind, 293, 296, 297; dedication of the fields of Chickamauga and Chattanooga, 297; plan for the capture of Macon, 299; proposal that he take the offensive against Beauregard, 311, 312, 322; supposition of his power to hold the line of the Tennessee, 311, 312, 315; opposing Hood in Tennessee, 313; smallness of his force, 314; campaign in Tennessee, 315 et seq.; extended command for, 317; to watch Hood, 317; to move toward Selma and Columbus, Miss., 317; to hold Chattanooga and Decatur, 317, 319; to assume offensive against Hood, 319-321, 325, 326; possible movement of Beauregard against, 321; official report of battle of Nashville, 327; failure to destroy Hood, 335; Sherman's knowledge of his character, 336; possibilities of his campaign in Tennessee, 338; as a ‘decoy’ for Hood, 343; importance of his operations in Tennessee, 348; calmness under stress, 362; S. relinquishes command at San Francisco in favor of, 430 Correspondence with: Grant, U. S., 252: Halleck, Nov. 28, 1864, 212: Hatch, E., Nov. 20, 1864, 201: Schofield, J. M., Nov. 19, 1864, 167, 200, 284, 287, 289, 290; Nov. 20, 167, 200-202, 284, 289; Nov. 24, 194, 197, 202-205; Nov. 25, 204-207; Nov. 26, 204; Nov. 27, 204-207 ; Nov. 28,175, 207-209, 211-214, 218; Nov. 29, 171, 176, 211-214, 217, 218; Nov. 30, 187, 220-225; Dec. 15, 265, 281; Dec. 16, 247: Sherman, W. T., Oct. 19, 1864, 191; Oct. 20, 317, 318; Oct. 31, 198; Nov. 1, 320; Nov. 7,199; Nov. 11, 321, 322; Nov. 12, 288, 301: Stanley, D. S., Nov. 8, 1864, 284, 290; Nov. 13, 166, 167: Stanton, E., 277, 279; Dec. 31, 1864, 280: Steedman. J. B., Nov. 25, 1864, 197: Twining, W. J., Nov. 30, 1864, 220: Wharton. H. C., Nov. 29, 1864, 228

Thomas, James L., letter from S. to, Nov. 1, 1863, 102

Thomas, Maj.-Gen., Lorenzo, Adjutant-General of United States, orders the raising of negro troops, 99

Thompson, Brig.-Gen., M. Jeff., threatens Carlin at Pilot Knob, 51; action at Fredericktown, Mo., 51-53; capability for defeat, 254

Thompson's Station, Tenn., Forrest at, 173; S. at, 174; military movements at, 207, 211; Ruger moves to, 216

Tilton, Ga., military movements near, 126

Time, an element in military problems, 251

Totten, Brig.-Gen., James, service in Missouri, 35; battle of Boonville, 37; battle of Wilson's Creek, 363

Treason, a dangerous form of, 540

Trenton, Ga., S. moves to, 161, 162

Triune, Tenn., S. commanding at, 66

Troops, the ballot among the, 100; the value of a soldier's life, 182, 183; petty jealousies among, 229; their affection for commanders a factor in war, 239

Troy, N. Y., burial of Gen. Thomas at, 429

Tuileries, the, S.'s presentation at, 392

Tullahoma, Tenn., Stanley at, 164; S. ordered to, 165; necessity for railroad guards at, 197; S. ordered to Pulaski from, 288; Stanley moves to Pulaski from, 288

Tuolumne Meadows, in camp on the, 431 Turner, James, 2

Turner, Thomas J., appoints the author to West Point, 2; succeeded in Congress by Campbell, 11

Tuscumbia, Ala., Beauregard near, 288; Hood's forces at and near, 318, 320

Twelfth Corps, French Army, autumn manoeuvers of 1881, 451-453

Twelfth Kentucky Infantry, in battle of Franklin, 178-180, 229

Twentieth Army Corps, captures and holds Atlanta, 316, 341

Twenty-fifth Missouri Regiment, ordered to Arkansas, 84, 85

Twenty-first Illinois Volunteers, action at Fredericktown, Mo., Oct. 20, 21, 1861, 51-53

Twenty-third Army Corps, organized by George L. Hartsuff; 25; portion of, at Knoxville, 113; Sherman's opinion of, 120; mutual confidence between S. and, 120; in the Atlanta campaign and capture of Atlanta, 125, 130, 149, 154-157, 341; battle of Kolb's Farm, 132-136; battle of Jonesboroa, 157; sent to reinforce Thomas, 164, 165, 190, 288, 308, 330; at Johnsonville, 165, 166; ordered to Pulaski, 165-167; at Nashville, 165,166; operations and dispositions in Tennessee, 166; commanded by Cox, 175; at Franklin, 175; battle of Franklin, 180, 251, 258; S. commanding, 190; service with Thomas, 190-192, 199; defending Duck River, 196; filling the ranks of, 198, 199, 252-254; ordered to Spring Hill, 210, 211, 214; defense of Nashville, 226; 228; battle of Nashville, 242-247, 291, 292; battle of Spring Hill, 251; ordered to North Carolina, 252, 345, 543; stopped in march to Pulaski, 282; operations in North Carolina, 346

Twining, Capt. William J., aide-de-camp to S., 174; famous ride in North Carolina, 174; scours the Franklin turnpike, 174; death, 174; despatch from Thomas, Nov. 30, 1864, 220

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