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‘A Georgia volunteer,’

M. A. Townsend, IX., 276.


‘A message,’

E. S. P. Ward, IX., 144, 145, 146.


‘A. Of P.,’

Headquarters, mail and newspapers, VIII., 33.


‘A Second Review of the grand Army,’

F. Bret Harte, IX., 232.


‘A soldier's grave,’

John Albee. IX., 274.


Abatis

V., 210.


Abbeville, La.,

VII., 240.


Abbeville, Miss.,

III., 330.


Abbey, H.,

IX., 108.


Abbot, H. L.:

III., 186; V., 51, 192.


Abbot, J. C.,

III., 327.


Abercrombie, J. J.:

I., 28; sons of, VIII., 192.


Aberdeen, Ark.,

I., 368.


‘About-Faced’

Redoubt, Petersburg, Va., V., 49.


Accakeek Creek, Va.,

V., 280.


‘Acceptation,’

M. J. Preston, IX., 230, 231.


Adairsville, Ga.,

III., 112.


Adams, C. F.:

I., 90; III., 94; V., 247; VI., 40; VIII., 135; eulogy on Gen. Lee by, IX., 38; oration by, IX., 122, 123.


Adams, D. W.:

III., 346; X., 273.


Adams, H. A.,

VI., 19, 257.


Adams, J.:

II., 288; III., 264, 340; X., 157.


Adams, J. G. B.,

X., 296.


Adams, V. W.,

VIII., 167.


Adams, W.:

III., 326; X., 277.


Adelaide,, U. S. S.,

VI., 100.


Adrian, Mich.:

Fourth Reg. organized in, VIII., 73.


A. D. Vance,, C. S. S.,

VI., 21, 123, 124.


A. D. Vance,, U. S. S.,

III., 342.


‘After all,’

W. Winter, IX., 238, 241.


Agawam,, U. S. S.,

VI., 315.


Age: of Northern recruits, VIII., 190, 232; of various Federal officers, VIII., 193-196.


Agnew, C. R.,

VII., 226.


Aigburth, H. M. S.,

VI., 119.


Aiken, A. M.,

VII., 113 seq.


Aiken, S. C.,

III., 342.


Aiken,

revenue cutter, VI., 82.


Aiken,, U. S. S.,

VI., 268, 310.


Aiken house, near Petersburg, Va.

, III., 197.


Aiken Landing, on James River, Va.

: VII., 102; prisoners exchanged at, 107; exchange point of prisoners, 109, 111, 113 seq.; mill near, 115.


Ainsworth, F. C.:

statistics of, on Confederate prisoners, VII., 43; quoted, VII., 50, 208.


Ajax,’

Lee's charger, IV., 300.


Alabama: secedes, I., 346.


Alabama troops: Cavalry: First, II., 334; Fourth, IV., 160. Infantry: First, I., 352, 358; Third, losses at Malvern Hill, Va., X., 158; Fourth, I., 350; IV., 164; Fifth, I., 350; losses at Malvern Hill, Va., X., 158; Sixth, I., 350; losses at Seven Pines, Va., X., 158; Eighth, I., 88; Ninth, VII., 147; Tenth, I., 356; Eleventh, I., 334; losses at Glendale, Va., X., 158; Twelfth, losses at Fair Oaks, Va., X., 158; Fourteenth, X., 156; Sixteenth, I., 356; Twenty-seventh, I., 356, 358; Fifty-first, II., 330.


Alabama,, C. S. S.:

III., 324; VI., 20 seq., 36, 38, 287, 289, 293, 294, 296, 300; officers of, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 316, 320; IX., 340, 343, 346.


Alabama,, U. S. S.,

III., 342.


Alabama Central Railroad

I., 213.


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Alabama

Claims, VI., 122.


Alabama House, Stevenson, Ala.

, IX., 99.


Alabama River: fleet steaming up the, in war-time, IV., 139.


Alamosa, N. Mex.,

near Ft. Craig, I., 352.


Albatross,, U. S. S.,

II., 210; VI., 217, 318.


Albee, J.,

IX., 274, 275.


Albemarle,, C. S. S.,

III., 318, 338; VI., 38, 87, 199, 263, 296, 320, 322.


Albemarle Sound, N. C.,

VI., 95, 115, 263, 268, 312.


Albert Sidney Johnston,’

K. B. Sherwood, IX., 92.


Alcorn, Lieut.

I., 23; III., 177, 178.


Alcott, L. M.,

VII., 285.


Alden, J.,

I., 227, 229; VI., 189; 190, 310.


Aldie, Va.,

II., 336; Confederate cavalrymen captured at, VII., 169.


Alexander the great

I., 124, 129.


Alexander, B. S.,

V., 250.


Alexander, E. P.,

II., 346; V., 61; V., 72; VIII., 313, 318, 340.


Alexander, G. W.,

VII., 199; IX., 346.


Alexander, J. W.,

VII., 139.


Alexandria, La.:

I., 74, 77; rapids at, I., 74; III., 318; VI., 225, 227.


Alexandria, Tenn.,

IV., 144.


Alexandria, Va.:

I., 74, 77, 148, 167, 258 seq., 346, 351; II., 39; Federal troops in, II., 43; hay wharf at, IV., 65, 66, 93; engines stored in, IV., 97; Delaware Kemper's Artillery Company, V., 60, 85, 90; stockade in street, V., 91, 102; VI., 27, 91, 93, 94, 96, 98; Provost-Marshal destroying house at, VII., 189; Provost-Marshal's tent at, VII., 189; Mansion House Hospital, VII., 233; Baptist Church Hospital, VII., 234; Christ Church Hospital, VII., 234; churches and residences used as hospitals, VII., 234, 235; Friends' Meeting House Hospital, VII., 234; Grace Church Hospital, VII., 234; Lyceum Hall Hospital, VII., 234; St. Paul Church Hospital, VII., 234; Claremont General Hospital, VII., 235; Grosvenor House Hospital, VII., 235; King Street Hospital, VII., 235; New Hallowell Hospital, VII., 235; Prince Street Hospital, VII., 235; convalescent camp at, VII., 276, 279, 287; Soldiers' Rest, VII., 331; convalescent camp at, VII., 333; Government bakeries, VIII., 38, 88; camp of the United States Eleventh Infantry, VIII., 222, 223; Provost-Marshal's office, VIII., 245; IX., 75; Soldiers' Cemetery, IX., 281; Old Christ Church, X., 53; boyhood home of Lee, V., 54.


Alexandria Falls, La.,

VI., 320.


Alger, R. A.,

X., 296.


Alien Enemies act
:

arrests under, VII., 199, 204, 210.


All Quiet along the Potomac,

IX., 143.


All Saints' Parish, S. C.,

VI., 322.


Allan, G. H.,

IX., 352.


Allan, H. L.,

VII., 125.


Allatoona, Ga.,

III., 216, 218; defense of, VIII., 332.


Allatoona Hills, Ga.,

III., 114.


Allatoona Pass, Ga.:

III., 111, 112, 113, 122, 332; Federal fortification at, V., 201.


Alldridge, Master

C. S. N., VII., 123.


Allegheny, Pa.:

V., 144; arsenal, V., 154.


Allen, A.,

VI., 312.


Allen, E. J.,

VIII., 276.


Allen, G. H.,

X., 292.


Allen, W.,

V., 170; X., 103.


Allen, W. W.,

X., 255.


Allen's Farm, Va.,

I., 332.


Allen's farmhouse, Va.,

I., 323.


Allsop, Mrs

Iii., 65.


Allsop Farm, Va.,

III., 63.


‘Almond Eye,’

horse of B. F. Butler, IV., 318.


Alpine, Ga.,

II., 274, 278.


Alton, Ills., prison,

VII., 54 seq., 144.


Alvarado,, C. S. S.,

VI., 119.


Alvord, C. A.,

II., 69.


Ambulance corps: VII., 297 seq.; N. Y. Fifty-seventh Inf., VII., 299.


Ambulances: of the Union Army taking part in the Grand Review, 1865, VII., 11; drill in the field, VII., 305; going to the front, VII., 309; types of, for the transportation of wounded, VII., 310, repair shop at Washington, D. C., VII., 311; murderous two-wheeled and merciful four-wheeled, VII., 311; service, organization of, for transportation of wounded, VII., 312, 316; train of the engineer corps, Falmouth, Va., VII., 314, 315; train at Harewood Hospital, Washington, D. C., VII., 313; medical supply wagons ‘parked,’ 1864, VII., 313; at City Point, Va., VII., 313.


Amelia,

ship, VI., 122.


Amelia Court House, Va.:

III., 304, 309; V., 266; Lee's Army at, VIII., 30; X., 72.


Amelia Springs, Va.,

III., 344; V., 268.


Oldest Church in America, II., 351.


American slavery

Ix., 252.


American telegraph Co.

VIII., 346.


American volunteer, as a soldier, X., 134.


Americanism of Southern army

Viii., 118, 123.


Ames, A.:

IV., 197; with staff, VIII., 193, 196.


Ammen, J.,

X., 233.


Ammunition: train of Third Divison, IV., 217; Federal scarcity of, V., 136; Confederate, in proportion to Federals killed, V., 170; danger in use of, V., 172; used in the war, V., 172; breech-loading, V., 174; for field artillery, V., 176; Confederate solid shot and grape, V., 177; for rifled cannon, V., 184; Confederate supply of, V., 192.


Amusements in camp: VIII., 117, 124, 131.


Anacostia,, U. S. S.,

VI., 95, 96, 97, 99, 308.


Anandale, Va.,

I., 354.


Anderson, A. V.,

295, 298.


Anderson, E. M.,

VI., 301.


Anderson, G. T.,

X., 263.


Anderson, G. W.,

III., 225 seq., 278, 284, 306, 330, 331, 332.


Anderson, G. W., Jr.

VI., 241.


Anderson, H. B.,

X., 149, 155.


Anderson, J. P.,

I., 199, X., 261.


Anderson, J. R.,

X., 317.


Anderson, R.:

family of, I., 349; VI., 93, 322; IX., 40, 41, 42, 43, 335; X., 14.


Anderson, R. H.:

II., 67, 324, 334, 344; III., 52, 53, 68, 86, 321, 328, 346; VIII., 191; X., 247, 250.


Anderson, Robert H.

X., 127.


Anderson, S. R.,

X., 297.


Anderson, W. G.,

III., 340.


Anderson's Cross roads, Tenn.,

IV., 160.


Andersonville, Ga.:

III., 138; VII., 46, 56 seq., 67, 72 seq.; a prison at, VII., 74, 75; statistics of prisoners at, VII., 76, 78; rations supplied prisoners at, VII., 80; number of prisoners at, VII., 84 seq.; cemetery at, VII., 119; interior of stockade, VII., 119; hunting roots for firewood at, VII., 129; issuing rations in, VII., 131; prison at, VII., 134 seq., 170 seq.; ‘Dead Line’ at, VII., 175; huts built up, ‘Dead Line’ at, VII., 177; interior of stockade at, VII., 177; burying the dead at, VII., 179.


Andrew, J. A.,

IX., 154.


Andrews, C. C.,

II., 343; X., 217.


Andrews, E. B.,

X., 23.


Andrews, G. L.,

X., 215.


Andrews, J. J.:

VII., 21; executed as a spy, VIII., 277.


Andrews, S.,

VIII., 126.


Ann,

British steamer, VI., 314.


Ann Maria,

British schooner, VI., 316.


Annapolis, Md.:

V., 80; naval academy at, VI., 50, 70; camp at, VII., 107; VIII., 89.


Annapolis Junction, Md.:

New York Seventh arrives at, VIII., 67.


Anthony & Co., chemists, I., 31, 42, 44; III., 170.


Antietam, Md.:

I., 53, 61, 62; view of battle field, I., 65, 132; churches, Lutheran and Dunker, in the battle area, II., 4; invasion of the North, to follow II., 55; Mumma's house at, II., 65; arrangement of the two armies before the battle of, II., 65, 68; ‘Bloody Lane,’ II., 69; Dunker church, after the Federal assault, II., 75; Lincoln's visit to camps around, II., 77; results of the battle, II., 78; moral effect of the battle of, 78, 176. 324; III., 49; IV., 87, 197, 229, 231 seq.; V., 21, 27, 35; Federal artillery at, V., 36, 61, 62, 67, 202, 232; caring for wounded, VII., 12; wounded after, VII., 13, 219; wounded of, VII., 263; VIII., 22; Sixth Vermont at, VIII., 65, 99, 103, 229, 232, 236; bridge at, IX., 141; battles of, IX., 157, 161; Dunker Church after the battle, IX., 189; 196; Burnside's Bridge at, IX., 199; ‘Bloody lane’ at, IX., 201; ‘Again the work of Hell,’ IX., 201; battlefield, IX., 241; graves at, IX., 283; cemetery at, IX., 283; X., 122; losses at, X., 124, 142.


Antietam Creek: I., 53, 64; II., 64; IV., 231; V., 232.


Apache Cañon, N. Mex.,

I., 360.


Apalachicola, Fla.,

V., 151.


Appendices: A., VII., 345; B, VII., 346; C, VII., 347; D, VII., 349.


Appomattox, Va.:

I., 37; McLean house at, I., 85, 95, 134; II., 11, 106; III., 294, 295, 316; IV., 23, 34, 50, 124, 258; campaign, IV., 212; V., 21, 54, 306; VIII., 73, 126, 254; IX., 112, 124, 128, 155, 243, 247, 250, 257,322; surrender at, X., 32.


Appomattox Court House, Va.:

I., 85; III., 20, 306, 312, 313, 315, 346; V., 270; IX., 127.


Appomattox Inn, Va.,

IX., 129.


Appomattox River, Va.:

III., 297, 346; IV., 87; pontoon bridge across, V., 239, 262, 264, 266, 270; VI., 131, 143; hospital wharf at, VII., 307; transport on, VIII., 45.


Appomattox Station, Va.,

III., 313.


Aqueduct bridge, Va.,

V., 92, 102, 227.


Aquia Creek, Va.:

II., 85, 104; V., 232, 278, 290; VI., 92, 95, 96, 97, 98, 101; Confederate batteries at, VI., 267, 308; VII., 42; Provost Marshal at, VII., 187; supply depots at, VIII., 30; embarking of troops at, VIII., 37.


Aquia Creek Landing, Va.,

IX., 145.


Arago,, U. S. S.,

the deck of, VIII., 45.


Arbitrary arrests: some interesting examples of, VII., 198, 200, 202; less frequent in the South than in the North, VII., 199, 208, 210.


Archer, J. J.,

II., 241; IX., 223; X., 109.


Archer,

schooner, VI., 294.


Argo,, U. S. S.,

VII., 307.


Ariel,

British schooner, VI., 316.


Aries,, U. S. S.,

III., 342.


Arkansas: enlistment on both sides, VIII., 103.


Arkansas troops: Confederate. Infantry: First, I., 350; II., 342; Third, I., 350; Fourth, I., 350, 358; Fifth, I., 350; Thirteenth, I., 1354; Fourteenth, I., 358; Fifteenth, I., 356, 358; Sixteenth, I., 358; Seventeenth, I., 358; Nineteenth, I., 358; Twenty-first, I., 358; Twenty-second, I., 358. Mounted Rifles: Second, I., 358.


Arkansas,, C. S. S.:

I., 183 seq., 228, 368; II., 196; VI., 224, 226, 316.


Arkansas post, Ark.:

II., 206; losses at, X., 142.


Arlington, Va.:

I., 140, 144; cavalry station at, IV., 323; V., 21 regimental bands of, VIII., 233; Lee's home, IX., 125; cemetery at, IX., 281; X., 54; home of R. E. Lee, X., 57, 59.


Arlington Heights, Va.:

I., 343; II., 54; III., 153; block house near.


Aqueduct bridge

X., 227; N. Y. Seventh Inf. at, VIII., 67, 87; N. Y. Twelfth Inf. at, VIII., 89, 100.


Armies of the Confederate States, the losses of, X., 148, 239, 242 seq.


Armies, Confederate States: Army of Central Kentucky, X., 258. Army of East Tennessee, X., 258. Army of Eastern Kentucky, X., 254. Army of the Kanawha, X., 254. Army of Kentucky, V., 70; X., 258. Army of Louisiana, X., 254. Army of Middle Tennessee, X., 270. Army of the Mississippi: I., 360; II., 166 seq.; III., 320; V., 70; X., 260, 264, 266, 272, 270. Army of Missouri, X., 274. Army of Mobile, X., 256. Army of New Mexico, X., 254. Army of Northern Virginia: I., 34, 82, 96, 298, 368; II., 80, 105, 106, 228, 231, 270, 322, 324, 334, 340, 342, 344, 346; III., 27, 34, 70, 104, 188, 288, 305, 306, 308, 318, 320, 322, 324, 326, 328, 330, 338, 346; Cavalry Corps, IV., 76 seq.; 84, 87, 92, 99, 108, 190, 253, 258, 277 seq.; V., 54, 170, 258, 306; VI., 212; VII., 20, 72, 154, 233, 270; VIII., 103, 107, 114, 124; Texas soldiers, VIII., 129, 145, 163, 167, 236; losses of, VIII., 244, 279, 289; IX., 121, 12-1, 148, 313, 331; X., 66, 110, 246, 248, 250. Army of the Northwest, X.,242. Army of the Peninsula, VIII., 371; X., 242. Army of Pensacola, X., 256. Army of the Potomac, X., 244. Army of the Shenandoah, X., 240. Army, Southwestern, X., 274. Army of Tennessee: II., 168, 276; III., 104, 130, 216, 252, 270, 318, 320, 322, 328, 330, 340, 344, 346, 348; IV., 273; V., 70; VII., 249, 256 seq., 284, 351; VIII., 32; IX., 244; X., 262, 264, 266, 268, 270. Army of Trans-Mississippi Department, III., 346; X., 274. Army of Vicksburg, II., 326. Army of the West, X., 270. Army of West Tennessee, II., 148, 324; V., 70.


Armies of the United States: the losses of, X., 148, 164.


Armies, United States: Army of the Cumberland: II., 166, 273, 274, 278, 290, 294, 295, 318, 328, 340, 342, 344, 346, 350; III., 104, 106, 112, 318, 320, 322, 326; IV., 254, 263; VII., 37; medical directors of, VII., 216, 338; VIII., 32; IX., 99; X., 170, 172 seq. Army of the Frontier: II., 326; X., 184. Army of Georgia: III., 222, 346; X., 162, 177, 182. Army of the Gulf, X., 180, 236. Army of the James: III., 14 seq., 17, 87, 181, 280, 320, 324, 346; IV., 253, 329; X., 178. Army of Kansas, II., 324. Army of the Mississippi: I., 362; II., 144, 324; X., 174, 177. Army of the Mountain Department, X., 184. Army of Ohio: I., 360, 362; II., 144, 326, 344, 346: III., 106, 318, 320, 326, 346; VIII., 32; X., 170, 172 seq., 174. Army of the Potomac: I., 21 seq., 34 seq., 63 seq., 159, 284, 298, 326, 330, 332, 338, 360, 366; II., 20, 24, 40, 46, 56, 80, 82, 104, 106, 107, 114, 124, 232, 238, 240, 270, 296, 322, 324, 334, 342, 344, 346; III., 14, 17, 21, 29, 34, 72, S2, 104, 153, 180, 207, 280, 302, 318, 320, 322, 324, 330, 340, 344, 346; IV., 4, 31 seq., 39 seq., 45, 50 seq., 97, 199, 101, 118, 120, 122, 126; cavalry corps, IV., 137, [3] 189 seq., 195, 203, 220, 223, 224, 233, 240, 242, 243, 258, 265, 299 seq., 324, 332 seq.; V., 22 seq., 26 seq.; artillery of 1864, V., 50, 94, 228, 250; VII., 87, 216, 219, 233, 270; ambulance corps of, VII., 297 seq., 306; supplies for, VII., 307 seq.; VIII., 19, 22 seq.; supplies of, VIII., 30; post office of, VIII., 33, 49; transportation by water, VIII., 50, 59; Sixth Vermont with, VIII., 65; New York Seventy-first Infantry with, VIII., 69, 80, 92; cooks with, VIII., 200; commissary headquarters of, VIII., 213, 262; scouts and guides of, VIII., 267, 271 seq., 281, 319, 353 seq., 364; IX., 61-63, 69, 78, 133, 144, 185, 351; X., 166, 168. Army of the Shenandoah: III., 18 seq., 150, 167; IV., 256; Sixth Vermont with, VIII., 65; X., 177, 184. Army of the Southwest, X., 176. Army of the Tennessee: II., 144, 292, 346; III., 19, 106, 134, 222, 318, 322, 326, 342, 345; VII., 310; X., 168. Army of Virginia: II., 18, 20, 40, 320, 322; IV., 324; V., 32 seq.; VIII., 201; X., 174. Army of West Tennessee: II., 148. Army of Western Tennessee, I., 360. Army of West Virginia: III., 152, 322, 324, 326, 328; X., 177, 178.


Armies, Veteran, VIII., 221.


Armistead, L.,

X., 151.


Armistead, L. A.,

brigade, L, 366; II., 261, 262, 263, 324.


Armories, Federal, V., 126.


Armory of Louisiana militia company

Viii., 143.


Armory Square Hospital: Washington, D. C.,

VII., 291, 293.


Arms, variety of, VIII., 82.


Arms and ammunition, American superiority of, V., 142.


Arms and equipment of Southern army

Viii., 128, 130, 140.


‘Arms blanche’

(saber), or the rifle, a debated question in cavalry equipment, IX., 18, 19.


Armstead, Western photographer, IV., 145.


Armstead, G.,

II., 151.


Armstrong, F. C.,

II., 322, 324, 348; X., 259.


Armstrong, R. F.,

VI., 301.


Armstrong Run, Va.,

bridge across, I., 121.


Army balloons

Viii., 369 seq.


‘Army bread,’

VIII., 39.


Army Corps. See Corps.


Army, East and West VIII., 104.


Army: photography, outfit and working of, I., 33, 35, 37, 39; Medical Museum, Washington, D. C., VII., 223, 348; medical officers, multiplicity of the duties of, VII., 216; surgeon, VII., 218-236; importance of efforts of, in war, VII., 218; instruments furnished by government to, VII., 232, 236; mail wagon, VIII., 35; with hospital transports, VIII., 43.


Army Tug

4, U. S. S., VI., 21.


Army Tug

5, U. S. S., VI., 261.


Arnold, L. C.,

X., 219.


Arnold, Mayor of Savannah, III., 237.


Arnold, R.,

IV., 59; V., 20, seq.; X., 305.


Arnold, S.,

VII., 205.


Aroostook,, U. S. S.,

I., 364; VI., 314.


Arrowsmith, C.,

II., 118; IX., 63.


Arsenals: Confederate, utilized by Federal authorities, V., 150, 156.


Arsenals: United States, V., 126, 129, 144; capacity of, V., 146.


Arthur, C. A.,

V., 97.


Arthurs Swamp, Va.,

III., 332.


Articles of surrender

I., 81.


Artillery ammunition

V., 170.


Artillery caissons

V., 146.


Artillery, chief of, V., 22, seq.


Artillery: Confederate States reserve, II., 324, 328; V., 56, seq.; composition of, V., 56-60; transportation of V., 62; criticism of, V., 66; reserve, V., 66; reorganization of, V., 68, seq.; in Bragg's army, V., 70; popularity of, in the South, VIII., 127, 150; in Department of North Carolina, V., 70.


Artillery: United States, II., 17 V., 13, 18, seq.; guns in position, V., 13, 24, seq.; organization of, V., 22, seq.; at Cedar Mountain, V., 34, seq.; heavy guns, V., 35, 52, 140; at Second Manassas, Va., V., 36; at Shiloh, Tenn., V., 44; at Petersburg, Va., V., 45, 54; British criticism, V., 54; Sherman's march, V., 50; at Fort Pulaski, Ga., V., 147; First Wisconsin, VIII., 248; First Ohio, VIII., 249.


Asboth, A. S.,

I., 358.


Asboth, A.,

X., 217.


Ashbrook, Lieut.

attempt to burn New York City, VIII., 302.


Ashby, T.:

I., 352; IV., 76, 77, 98, 102, 104, 106, 168, 170, 172, 174, 177, seq.; X., 149.


J. R. Thompson, IX., 84.


Ashby's Gap, Va.,

III., 326.


Ashhurst, surgeon, VII., 226.


Ashland, Va.,

III., 82, 320, 322.


Ashley Station, Ark.,

III., 330.


Aspern, losses at, X., 140.


Assistant Quartermaster's office, VIII., 38.


Assistant surgeons: in the Union Army who became famous in after life, VII., 223.


Astor House, New York, X., 15.


Atchafalaya River, La.,

VI., 320.


Athens, Ala.,

III., 332.


Athens, Mo.,

I., 350.


Atkins, T.,

V., 29.


Atlanta, Ga.:

I., 33; Peach Tree Street in, I., 58, 59, 94, 128, 129, 136; II., 313, 314; III., 11, 16, 32, 99-135; trenches before, III., 99; Potter House, ruins of, III., 127; pickets before, III., 129; Union and Confederate losses, III., 134; Fort D, III., 136; Fort No. 7, III., 136; train of refugees ready to leave, III., 212; railroad depot, III., 213: ruins of railroad depot at, III., 214; ruins of bank at, III., 215; Union engineers, orders to destroy public buildings and public property only, at, III., 215; ruins o, III., 221; Ezra Church, III., 328, 330, 345, 347; IV., 241; V., 50, 166; arsenal at, V., 170; Fort No. 9, V., 173; Chevaux de Frise at, V., 197; picket fences to stop Sherman's attack, V., 199; Sherman's defenses before, V., 201, 210, 302; forts at, VIII., 25; campaign Federal food supply, VIII., 52; march to, VIII., 207, 210 seq.; Union pickets before, VIII., 215; making preparations for the march, VIII 217; wagon trains leaving, VIII., 217; soldiers resting at, VIII., 219, 240, 252, 259, 340, 366; bomb-proofs at, VIII., 253; IX., 166; destruction of industries in, IX., 323; march from, IX., 169, 171; capture of, IX., 170; ruins in, IX., 323; X., 92.


Atlanta campaign

Iii., 99, 104, 217; X., 90.


Atlanta,, C. S. S.

II., 336; VI., 75, 171, 272, 318; VII., 123, 139.


Atlanta,, U. S. S.,

VI., 38.


Atlanta constitution,

IX., 31, 36, 394, 332.


Atlanta and West Point R. R.

III., 330.


Atlantic and Western Railroad

Ii., 274.


Atlantic Monthly,

IX, 23, 33.


Atlee, Va.,

III., 82.


Atzerodt, Ga.,

VII., 205.


Auburn, Ga.,

III., 326.


Auburn, Va.:

Castle Murry at, IV., 92,243; band before headquarters, VIII., 235; Pleasonton's headquarters, VIII., 235.


Augur, C. C.,

II., 320; III., 146; X., 193; 230.


Augusta, Ga.:

V., 150, 156, 162, 164, 166; powder mills and arsenal, at V., 170; Confederate powder works at, V., 183; ordnance works at, statistics of output, V., 189, 302; VIII., 70, 133; Clinch Rifles at, VIII., 139.


Augusta, Ark.,

II., 350.


Augusta,, U. S. S.,

II., 330; VI., 314.


Auslinty, W. J.,

I., 223.


Austerlitz, losses at, X.; 140.


Austin, E. F.,

X., 2.


Austin, pilot, VII., 139.


Austin, Ark.,

II., 342.


Autocrat of the Breakfast table,

O. W. Holmes, IX., 33.


Avary, M. L.,

Recollections of A. H. Stephens, VI., 28.


‘Avengers,’

VIII., 91.


Averell, W. D.,

cavalry, III., 324, 326, 332.


Averell, W. W.,

I., 317; with staff, I., 339; III., 148, 150; IV., 233, 244.


Averell's raid in Western Virginia, II., 342, in Southwestern Virginia, II., 348.


Avery House

I., 32, 34.


Averysboro, N C., III., 248, 344.


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