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*** The names of national officers are in small capitals; those of rebels, in italics.

Abercrombie, General J. J., attacked at White House, II. 391.

Allatoona pass, turned by Sherman, II., 535; rebels repulsed from, III., 57.

Allen Colonel Robert, offered command of entire army at Corinth by Halleck, i., 107.

Ames, General, Adalbert, at Fort Fisher, III., 313, 313, 337-345. Anderson, General R. H., at Spottsylvania, II., 141,147; at Cold Harbor, 279; at Culpeper, II., 504; in Valley of Virginia, III., 19-27.

Appomattox court-house, Grant's march to, III., 586, 591; battle at, 593; surrender of Lee at, 597-613.

Appomattox river, course of, II., 340; W. F. Smith's movement across, 355; crossed by army of Potomac, III., 582.

Arkansas, in possession of enemy, II., 2; department of, under Steele, 31, 60, 77; Canby in supreme command of; 204; Price marches through to invade Missouri, III., 44; Price retreats to, 388; operations in, disconnected with principal objects of the war, 389.

Arkansas Post, capture of, i., 148.

Army, national, at commencement of war, i., 3.

Athens, capture of, by Forrest, III., 57, 152, 181.

Atlanta, objective point of Sherman, II., 35, 533; campaign against, II., 532 543; siege of, 542-545; evacuated by rebels, 546; comparison of operations against with those in front of Richmond, 549; political effect of fall of, III., 16; Sherman ordered to destroy military stores at, 154; foundries and machine-shops destroyed at, 283; Sherman moves from, 283.

Augur, General C. C., in command of department of Washington, II., 31; required by Grant to send forces to protect Sheridan's rear, III., 83.

Augusta, position of, III., 45; communication cut between Macon and, 288; Bragg's arrival at, 291.

Averill, General W. W., in West Virginia, II., 195; joins Hunter at Staunton, 418; at Hanging Rock, 422; pursuit of McCausland, 493; in army of the Shenandoah, 504; at battle of Fisher's hill, III., 32.

Averysboro, battle of, III., 428, 429.

Ayres, General R. B., at Weldon road, II. 515; at Hatcher's run, III. 124; at White Oak road, 461; at battle of Five Forks, 480-492.

Bailey, Lieutenant-Colonel J., saves Mississippi squadron, II., 78; promoted to brigadier-general 79.

Banks, General N. P., expedition against Port Hudson, i., 160; applies to Grant for reinforcements, 356; receives surrender of Port Hudson, 392; in command of department of the Gulf, II., 31; his part in general plan of campaign, 1864, 36, 39, 50, 51; Red river campaign, 57-86; instructions for general campaign, 64; delay of, 76; defeat of, 77; Grant asks for removal of, 81, 203; supersedure of; 204.

Barlow, General F. C., on the Po river, II., 157; at Spottsylvania, 172; at Cold Harbor, 291; at Deep Bottom, 507; at Ream's station, 527; in Appomattox campaign, III., 532, 583.

Baton Rouge expedition from, III., 175.

Beaufort harbor, Porter's fleet at, III., 308; Butler's transports at, 308.

Beaurefard, General P. C. T., at Shiloh, 1., 84; siege of Corinth, 101; retreat from Corinth, 102; attack on Butler at Drury's Bluff, II. 253; in front of Bermuda Hundred, 344, 347, 348; at Petersburg, June, 1864, 363; Petersburg saved by, 374; in general command at West, III., 169; approves of Hood's advance into Tennessee, 203; summoned from the West to Georgia, 223: underestimates Sherman's force, 288; command extended to sea-coast, 291; proposition to crush national army and dictate

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