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
, 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.
, General James
B., at Chattanooga
, III., 191; at battle of Nashville
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
Stoneman, General, George
, captured by rebels near Atlanta
, II., 543; at Louisville
, III., 191; delay of, 411; cuts off Lee
's retreat towards Lynchburg
Stanley, General D. S.
, in Thomas
's army, III., 185; at Pulaski
, 186; at Spring hill
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.
, attack on, i., 3; fall of, 9.
's movement to, 127-140; expedition to, from Yazoo pass
Taylor, General Richard
, supersedes Hood
, III.; 270; calls for more troops, 287; surrenders all rebel forces east of Mississippi river
, 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.
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
, 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
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
, 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
244, 245; at battle of Nashville
, 249-260; pursuit of Hood
261; congratulated by Grant
, 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
Trevillian station, battle of, II., 393.
, General James
M. at Jackson
, i., 248; assault on Vicksburg
, 311; siege of Vicksburg
Trade with enemy inimical to success in war, i., 409-411.
Unanimity of North
, as well as South, i., 4.
, growth of, i., 1.
Upton, General, Emory
, at Spottsylvania
, II., 163, 165.
Van Dorn, General Earl
, in West Tennessee
, 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