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Stanton, Edwin M., Secretary of War, support and appreciation of Grant, from Fort Donelson, i., 54; offers to remove Rosecrans from command 424; constant support of Grant and non-interference in military movements, II., 13 et passim; correspondence with Grant, III., 15, 122, 126; disapproves of Sherman's march, 157 personal characteristics of, 198-201; correspondence with Grant relative to Thomas at Nashville, 216, 238, 239; at Fort Fisher, 344; promotes commanders on the spot, 344; dissatisfied with Schofield, 409; disapproves Sherman's action, 632; denounces Sherman in a published document, 635.

State rights i., 2.

Steadman, Fort, rebel attack on, III., 445

Steamboat men at Vicksburg, i., 190.

Steamers manned with soldiers at Vicksburg, i., 190.

Steedman, General James B., at Chattanooga, III., 191; at battle of Nashville, 251-269.

Steele, General F., in command in Arkansas, i., 31, 58; in Red river campaign, 60, 64-74, 80-84, III., 388; at fall of Mobile, 637.

Stoneman, General, George, captured by rebels near Atlanta, II., 543; at Louisville, III., 191; delay of, 411; cuts off Lee's retreat towards Lynchburg, 637.

Stanley, General D. S., in Thomas's army, III., 185; at Pulaski, 186; at Spring hill, 208.

Stuart, General J. E. B., at Spottsylvania, II., 145; opposes Sheridan's movement to James river, 238; death, 239.

Sturgis, General S. D., defeated at Guntown, II., 401.

Sumpter, Fort, attack on, i., 3; fall of, 9.

Tallahatchie river, Grant's movement to, 127-140; expedition to, from Yazoo pass 169-173.

Taylor, General Richard, supersedes Hood, III.; 270; calls for more troops, 287; surrenders all rebel forces east of Mississippi river, 639.

Tennessee, military situation in, November, 1861, i., 23; results in, consequent on capture of Fort Donelson, 55; movements in, after battle of Shiloh, 101-120; occupation and liberation of East, 545; situation in, November, 1864, III., 154-161, 174; Hood's campaign in, 153-280; geography and strategical situation of, 176-178.

Tennessee river crossed by Buell's army, i., 86.

Tennesseeans, East, loyalty of, i., 536.

Terry, General A. H., at Fort Fisher, 329, 335, 336, 345-347; promotion of, 347; before Wilmington, 381; at Goldsboro, 433.

Texas, importance of, to rebels, i., 124.

Thomas General George H. in command of army of Cumberland, i. 425; at battle of Chickamauga, 433; determination at Chattanooga, 441; magnanimity of, 443; battle of Chattanooga, 463-477; movement to support Sherman in Meridian raid, 554, 562; in command of army of the Cumberland, under Sherman, II., 533; campaign against Atlanta, 534-540, 542-545; campaign of, in Tennessee, III., 52-65, 153-281; characteristics of, 178-180; Grant's confidence in, 179; Sherman's relations with, 179: strategy of, 188-191; delay at Nashville, 202-210; orders Schofield's retreat to

Nashville, 214; further delay of; 215-242; Grant's peremptory orders to, 234; Grant suggests suspension of 239; complaints of, 242; ordered by Grant to be relieved by Schofield, 242: correspondence with Grant and Halleck 244, 245; at battle of Nashville, 249-260; pursuit of Hood 261; congratulated by Grant, Lincoln, and Stanton, 262; promoted to major-generalcy, 268; proposes to go into winter quarters, 270; movement forbidden by Grant, 270; delays in 1865, 392, 411; observations on military character, 274; slowness of, 279, 365,411; breaking up of army of, 365, delays in action embarrassing to Grant, 391, 393.

Tilghman, General Lloyd, retreats from Paducah, i., 12, capture of, at Fort: Henry, 30; death at Champion's hill, 271.

Tom's brook, battle of, III., 86.

Torbert, General A. T. A., in Sheridan's expedition to Trevillian, II., 393, 394; at battle of Winchester, III., 30; at battle of Fisher's hill, 31; sent to Newmarket, 32; at Tom's brook, 86, 87; at battle of Cedar creek, 90.

Trevillian station, battle of, II., 393.

Tuttle, General James M. at Jackson, i., 248; assault on Vicksburg, 311; siege of Vicksburg 345.

Trade with enemy inimical to success in war, i., 409-411.

Unanimity of North, as well as South, i., 4.

United States, growth of, i., 1.

Upton, General, Emory, at Spottsylvania, II., 163, 165.

Van Dorn, General Earl, in West Tennessee, 109-120.

Vicksburg, strength and importance of, i., 125; canal, proposed in 1862, but unsuccessful, 125; Grant's plans against, 133, 141; Sherman's expedition against, 143; situation and topography

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