IndexReaders will Benefit by A Glance at the Following Note, which Imparts special meaning to the references that follow. Much time is usually lost in referring to an Index of a work as extended and replete with statements of fact as the photographic history. The novel plan of these volumes, however, renders it possible for the reader to identify the nature of each reference, simply by remembering the distinctive character of the volume in question. For convenience, the titles of the ten volumes will now be repeated:
|I. The opening battles||IV. the Cavalry||VIII. Soldier life—secret Service|
|April, 1861–July, 1862|
|II. Two years of grim WAR||V. Forts and Artillery||IX. Poetry and Eloquence|
|August, 1862–April, 1864|
|III. the decisive battles||VI. the NAVIES||X. Armies and Leaders|
|April, 1864–May, 1865|
|VII. Prisons and hospitals|
‘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.
‘About-Faced’Redoubt, Petersburg, Va., V., 49.
‘Acceptation,’M. J. Preston, IX., 230, 231.
Gen. Lee by, IX., 38; oration by, IX., 122, 123.
Adelaide,, U. S. S.,VI., 100.
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.
Aigburth, H. M. S.,VI., 119.
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.
‘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.