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[720] court-house, 592; battle of Appomattox, 597.

Cullum, General George W. congratulations of, on fall of Fort Donelson, i., 53.

Culpeper, topography of, II., 39.

Cumberland, army of the, besieged by Bragg, i., 4:3.; sufferings during siege, 436; at battle of Chattanooga. 480, 496, 503, 523, 529; position at

Chattanooga, II. 7; Grant's confidence in, III., 222; Logan to take command of, 249.

Cumberland mountains, the, i., 42; loyalty of the inhabitants of, 426.

Cumberland river danger of Forrest moving down, II., 233; closed by rebel batteries 239; closed above and below Nashville, 250.

Curtis, General N. M., at Fort Fisher, first attack, III., 315-317, 320, 322; second attack, 334, 336, 337, 339 342.

Custer, General George A., at battle of Cedar creek II., 95, 97, 98; at battle of Waynesboro, III., 413; at Dinwiddie court-house, 467-470; at Five Forks, 485, 486, 493; battle of Sailor's creek, 575; at Appomattox courthouse, 593.

Dahlgren, Admiral, in command of blockading squadron near Ossabaw, III., 297.

Danville railroad, route and importance of, II., 292; Wilson's movement against, 403-412; Sheridan ordered against, III., 442; struck by Sheridan, 500.

Davies, General H. E., Jr., at Dinwiddie, III., 468-470; at Painesville, 559.

Davis, Jefferson, at Lookout mountain, i. 451; bombastic speeches in Georgia, III., 50; imprudent disclosure of rebel plans, 51; orders Kirby Smith to cross the Mississippi, 175; visits Hood's army, 193; unpopularity of, 354; presents Lee's despairing report to rebel Congress, 403; abandons Richmond, 529; desertion of his people by, 537; passes through Burksville, 555; living in a box car at Greensboro, 627; instructs Johnston in negotiations with Sherman, 627, 633; Johnston's revenge on, 633; capture of, in woman's clothes, 639.

Deep Bottom, Butler's bridge at, II., 506; Hancock's movement, July 26, 470; August 14, 506-511; Butler's movement from, III., 70.

Democratic party, opposition of, to the war, III., 13, 169.

Departments, rearrangement of military, when Grant took chief command, i., 29-32.

Dinwiddie, battle of, III., 467-470.

Dinwiddie court-house, Sheridan at, III., 453, 456; held by the national forces, 470.

Dix, General John A., anxiety of, in regard to election in New York, III., 171.

Dodge, General G. M., ordered to send reinforcements to Thomas, III., 240.

Donelson, Fort, position of, i., 23; operations against, 33-51; capture of, 50; consequences of capture, 55.

Draft, riot in New York on account of, III., 15: enforced, 16.

Drury's Bluff, battle of, II., 244-254.

Duck river, course of, III., 178, 205; Hood's retreat across, 259.

Early, General Jubal A., at battle of Wilderness, II., 123; at Spottsylvania, 140, 143-155, 160-206; sent to Valley of Virginia 419; at Lynchburg, 420; pursuit of Hunter, 421, 422; ordered to threaten Washington, 429; his strength at Staunton, 430; movement on Washington, 439; retreat to Valley, 446; at Strasburg, 450; returns to Potomac, 452 469,492; drives Crook's column at Kernstown, 493; sends McCausland to burn Chambersburg, Pa., 493; necessity for defeat of, III., 18; Anderson and Fitz-Lee reinforce army of, 19; second movement against Washington, 19-22; movements on Potomac, 22-28; battle of Winchester, 29; manoeuvres in Shenandoah valley, 84; battle of Tom's brook, 86; battle of Cedar creek, 91-10; characteristics of, 106-108; retreat from Staunton to Waynesboro, 413; battle of Waynesboro, 413; capture of entire forces of, 414; removed from command, 414.

Egan, General Thomas W., at battle of Hatcher's run, III., 124.

Election, Presidential effect of, on the war, III., 166; rebel machinations in the North at time of, 170; Butler sent to New York to preserve order, 171; result of, 171.

Emancipation proclamation, President Lincoln's, i., 406.

Emory General William III., in command of Nineteenth corps at Cedar creek, III., 93 .

Ewell, General R. S., at battle of the Wilderness, II., 95; holds south bank of Cumberland river, III., 242; at fall of Richmond, 538; sets fire to Richmond, 538; withdraws his command, 540 , captured at battle of Sailor's creek, 577.

Farragut, Admiral, expedition of, against Vicksburg, i., 125; runs by Port Hudson and communicates with Grant, 179; passes forts at entrance of Mobile bay, III., 41.

Federal Point, Cape Fear river, situation of, III., 307; geography of, 311.

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