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‘Masterpiece of tactics,’

II., 285.


Matamoras, Tex.,

I., 94.


Matapony, Va.

(see also Thoenburg, Va.), II., 320.


Matabesett,, U. S. S.,

III., 318.


Mathias Point, Va.:

I., 348; VI., 96, 97, 308.


Mattapony River, Va.:

I., 282; V., 260.


Matthews, B.,

IX., 158.


Maull, J. F.,

VII., 147.


Maumer,, U. S. S.,

III., 342.


Maurepas,, C. S. S.:

I., 366; VI., 218.


Maury, D. H.:

II., 150, 332; III., 328, 344; quoted, IV., 278; VI., 258, 260; IX., 247; X., 251, 278.


Maury, I.,

I., 14.


Maury, M. F.,

VI., 296.


Maxcy, S. B.,

X., 313.


Maxey, J.,

I., 179.


Maxwell, J. G.,

VI., 104, 310.


May, E. S.,

quoted, V., 54.


Maynard, H.,

IV., 56.


Mazeppa,, U. S. S.,

IV., 163.


Meade, G. G.:

I., 43, 68, 73, 113, 132; II., 88, 100, 108, 110, 203; with staff, II., 232; headquarters at Cemetery Ridge, Gettysburg, Pa., II., 261; army of, after crossing Potomac, II., 267; headquarters at Culpeper, Va., 345; III., 15, 28; headquarters at Brandy Station, Va., III., 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 46, 53, 55, 58, 68, 81, 82, 84, 88, 190, 294, 318, 320, 322, 324, 346; IV., 43, 92, 122, 203, 274, 312; V., 240, 246; VI., 317; at Gettysburg, Pa., VIII., 36; march to Petersburg, Va., VIII., 50, 95, 98, 204, 232, 234, 246, 327, 338, 345, 350, 357, 366, 368; IX., 235, 331; X., 168, 169.


Meade, G., Jr.

VIII., 192.


Meade, R. W., Jr.

VI., 121.


Meadow bridge, Va.:

I., 315, 322; IV., 126.


Meagher, T. F.:

I., 330; II., 69; Irish brigade, II., 92, 93, 324; X., 125.


Mechanics: recruits, VIII., 187.


Mechanicsville, Va.:

bridge at, I., 315 seq., 319, 320, 322, 343, 361, 366; III., 84; IV., 223 seq.; V., 21, 30 seq., 32, 33, 149, 230; losses at, X., 142.


Medical officers: VII., 216; army, multiplicity of important duties of, VII., 224; number of, in war, and achievements of, VII., 226; Federal, record of casualties among, VII., 228; of the two armies, consideration shown one to the other, VII., 290.


Medical and surgical supplies: VII., 213 seq.; transportation of, VII., 228, 230.


Medical service of the Confederacy

Vii., 237.


Medical supplies: means and ways of obtaining, by Confederates, VII., 242, 244; want of, among citizens of Southern states, VII., 245; books, in medical department of Confederate army, VIII., 248-250.


Medical Landing, City Point, Va.

, VII., 227.


‘Medical Purveyors Department,’

Confederate, VII., 241.


Medicines: poor quality and preparation of, VII., 232.


Medley, W. Va.,

II., 348.


Meet, O Lord,

anon., IX., 352.


Meigs, M. C.,

VII., 69, 98; X., 291.


Meikle, G. W.,

III., 207.


Memminger, C. G.:

VI., 30; X., 13.


Memorial Day: IX., 275; X., 294.


Memphis, Mo.,

I., 368.


Memphis, Tenn.:

I., 94, 108, 187, 214, 215, 236 seq., 246, 248, 366; II., 182, 188, 341, 350; III., 330; IV., 49; V., 164; VI., 3,5, 222, 14; VIII., 208; McClernand's corps at, X., 11.


Memphis,, U. S. S.,

II., 330.


Memphis and Charleston R. R.: II., 147, 152; III., 16.


‘Men who policed the Federals,’

VII., 191.


‘Men who shod a million horses,’

IV., 68, 69.


Mendell, G. H.,

V., 242.


Mendota,, U. S. S.:

VI., 13, 63; the Parrott gun of, VI., 275; men on the, VI., 278.


Mercer, H. W.,

X., 263.


Mercer, S.,

VI., 100.


Merchants' Association of Boston, Mass.,

IX., 31.


‘Merchants that followed the armies,’

VIII., 33.


Mercidita,, U. S. S.:

II., 330; VI., 239, 272, 318.


Mercury,, U. S. S.,

II., 162.


Meredith, S.:

II., 241; X., 125.


Meredith, S. A.,

VII., 101, 114.


Meredith, W. T.,

author of poem Farragut, IX., 102.


Meridian, Miss.:

II., 341, 348; III., 221; IV., 198.


Meridian Hill, Washington, D. C.

, New York Seventh, camp of, VIII., 67.


Merrill, G. S.,

X., 296.


Merrimac,, C. S. S. (See also Virginia,, C. S. S.):

I., 239, 260, 358; V., 258; VI., 20 seq., 36, 73, 130, 137, 140, 142, 154, 163, 309, 312, 314.


Merritt, W.:

III., 54, 160, 287, 328, 330, 332, 338, 340; IV., 23, 34, 41, 215, quoted, 222, 230, 242, 244, 250, 252, 260, 261, 271 seq., 276 seq., 278; VIII., 185, 193, 196, 234; X., 95, 238.


Merryman, J.,

VII., 194, 200.


Mersy, A.,

X., 201.


Mervine, W.,

VI., 118.


Meserve, F. H.,

I., 14.


Metacomet,, U. S. S.,

VI., 247, 254.


Metamora, on Big Hatchie River, Miss.

, II., 324.


Mexican War: I., 174; II., 143, 242; Braxton Bragg, services in, II., 281; IV., 22, VII., 347; veterans of, VIII., 181; IX., 211, 288; Lee in, X., 56 seq.


Miami,, U. S. S.:

II., 352; III., 318; VI., 188, 190; officers of, VI., 199.


Miantonomoh,, U. S. S.,

VI., 132 133, 152.


Michie, P. S.:

III., 323; V., 243; IX., 179.


Michigan: population of, in 1860, VIII., 71; appropriations for military service, VIII., 71; losses during the Civil War, VIII., 71; quota of troops furnished during Civil War, VIII., 71; responses to first call, VIII., 74; quota sent to defend the Union, VIII., 77, 78.


Michigan State Relief Association, at White House, Va.

, VII., 341.


Michigan troops: Artillery: First, I., 352; III., 326; Eleventh, II., 336, 348; Twenty-fourth, II., 346. Engineers: First, I., 213; III., 210, 211. Cavalry: First, I., 360; IV., 29, 170; capture of Turner Ashby, IV., 177, 240; Second, I., 364; II., 330, 332, 336; IV., 146, 263; Third, I., 358; II., 342; III., 324; Fourth, III., 346; IX., 295, 297; Seventh, II., 336; IV., 237, 240; Ninth, II., 336; Tenth, III., 330. Infantry: First, I., 348; III., 301; transfer of the Fourth to, VIII., 73; losses, X., 154; Second, I., 348, 354; III., 330; Third, I., 348, 354; II., 346; IX., 59; Fourth, I., 364; VIII., 71; mustered in, VIII., 73, 75, 77, 95; losses, X., 154; Fifth, I., 354; II., 346; IV., 172; IX., 59; losses, X., 154; Sixth, II., 320, 330; Seventh, I., 296; IX., 315; losses, X., 154; Eighth, I., 360, 364, 366; VII., 4, 27; Ninth, I., 368; II., 322; Eleventh, III., 332; Twelfth, II., 328; Fourteenth, II., 326; Fifteenth, II., 336; Sixteenth, I., 364; Eighteenth, II., 332; III., 332, 338; Nineteenth, II., 330, 332; Twenty-first, II., 171, 173; Twenty-second, II., 332; VIII., 192; Twenty-third, II., 346; Twenty-fourth, II., 239; X., 124: Twenty-fifth, IV., 175; Twenty-sixth, III., 313; bugler of, VIII., 255; Twenty-seventh, losses, X., 154.


Michigan,, U. S. S.:

VI., 48: VIII., 298.


Michler, N.,

V., 238, 240; cottage of, V., 249.


Mickle, W. E.,

I., 19.


Middle Creek, Ky.,

I., 356, 363.


Middle Creek Fork, W. Va.

(see also Buckhannon, W. Va.), I., 348.


Middleburg, Tenn.,

II., 328.


Middleton, Tenn.,

II., 340.


Middletown, Md.,

III., 326.


Middletown, Va.:

I., 364; II., 336.


Milbrook Manor House, England, IX., 340-1.


Miles, D. H.,

I., 10.


Miles, N. A.:

II., 60, 62; III., 201, 208, 294; VIII., 196; X., 190, 213.


Milford, Mo.,

I., 354.


Milford, Va.,

III., 158.


Military Commission: the trial and conviction of C. I., Vallandigham by, VII., 204 seq.; the trial and conviction of Col. L. P. Milligan and associates by, VII., 206, 208; court convened at Washington, D. C., May 9, 1865; VII., 207, 209: the members of the commission which tried the Lincoln conspirators, VII., 207-209.


Military Information Bureau: VIII., 264; chief and aides, VIII., 264, 265, 278, 305 seq.


Military Order of the loyal Legion: its organization and history, I., 14-19; X., 290.


Military Railroads: an important factor in war science: II., 34, 35 seq.; condition of. and their use during the war, II., 125; IV., 159; deficient in equipment and physical condition in I864, IV., 91: train captured and upset by Confederates, IV., 91.


Military status of the North and the South compared at the out-break of the war, IV., 24, 26.


Militia: arming of, V., 142; Louisiana, at drill, VIII., 143; South Carolina, at beginning of war, VIII, 147.


Mill Creek, N. C.,

III., 166.


Mill Creek Gap, Ga.,

III., 318.


Mill Creek Mills, W. Va.

(see also Romney, W. Va.), I., 354.


Mill Springs, Ky.:

I., 180, 356; V., 65; X., 156.


Milledgeville, Ga.,

III., 228, 232.


Milledgeville,, C. S. S.,

VI., 75.


Millen, Ga.,

VII., 130.


Miller, F. T.:

I., 5, 11; a photographic history, outgrowth of plan of, I., 14; II., 5.


Miller, J. F.,

X., 203.


Miller, Lieut.

Pennsylvania First Light Artillery: I., 23; III., 177.


Miller, S.:

I., 147; X., 217.


Miller, W.,

X., 261.


Miller. W. H.

I., 19.


Milligan, L. P.,

VII., 206, 208.


Milliken's Bend, La.:

II., 212, 336; VI., 207, 316.


Millsville, Mo.

(see also Wentzville, Mo.), I., 348.


Milroy, R. H.:

II., 49, 322; III., 340.


Milwaukee, Wis.: mustering a regiment, VIII., 74.


Milwaukee,, U. S. S.,

VI., 276, 319, 322.


Mindil, G. W.,

X., 219.


Mine Run, Va.:

II., 345, 346; III., 17, 30; V., 238.


Miner, Lieut.

VIII., 324.


Miner's Hill, Va.,

VIII., 99.


Minnesota: response to first call, VIII., 74, 78; quota furnished to defend Union, VIII., 79; losses during Civil War, VIII., 79; population of, in 1860, VIII., 79.


Minnesota troops: Infantry: First, I., 147, 348; dead of, at Gettysburg, II., 244; at Camp Stone, Mid., VIII., 79; 98; X., 124; losses, X., 152, 154; Second, I., 348, 356; III., 101; Third, I., 368; II., 343, 350; Fourth. III., 332; Fifth, II., 352; III., 330; Seventh, III., 330; Eighth, III., 159, 247; Ninth, III., 324; Tenth, III., 270.


Minnesota,, U. S. S.:

I., 358; II., 348; III., 340; V., 267; VI., 36, 48, 100, 102, 125, 156, 161, 269. 308, 311.


Minor, R. D.,

VI., 168.


Minor's Hill, Va.:

I., 257; signal tower, VIII., 315.


Minty, R. H. G.,

IV., 34.


Missionary Ridge, Tenn.,

battle of: II., 10, 177, 270, 277, 290, 294, 301, 309; V., 208; IX., 115, 166; X., 31, 90.


Mississippi: secedes, I., 346; military division of, II., 296, 324; III., 322, 326; campaign in, IV., 198; forts, VI., 38; a plantation view, IX., 183; campaign that opened 1863, X., 78.


Mississippi troops, Confederate: Artillery: Smith's battery, I., 354. Cavalry: First, I., 352; Second, I., 352; Third, I., 352. Infantry: First, I., 358; Second, I., 350; Third, I., 358; Fourth, I, 356, 358; Sixth, losses at Shiloh, Tenn., X., 158; Eighth, losses at Stone's River, Tenn., X., 158; Ninth, Company B, I., 97, 197, 201, 352; VIII., 149, 151; Tenth, I., 352; Eleventh. I., 350; Twelfth, X., 156; Thirteenth, I., 348, 350, 352; Fifteenth, I., 356; X., 156; Sixteenth, losses at Antietam, Md., X., 158; Seventeenth, I., 350, 352; Eighteenth, I., 350, 352; losses at Antietam, Md., X., 158; Nineteenth, X., 156; Twentieth, I., 358; Twenty-sixth, I., 358; Thirty-fifth, X., 156; Forty-second, X., 156.


Mississippi troops, Union: Infantry: First, III., 342.


Mississippi,, C. S. S.,

I., 229, 233, 234.


Mississippi,, U. S. S.:

I., 227, 234; II., 210; VI., 55, 188, 190, 191, 200, 234, 318.


Mississippi Central Railroad

Ii., 200.


Mississippi river: opening of, II., 9, 129; II., 130, 179 seq.; Federal transports on, II., 182; the gate to, II., 193; below Vicksburg, Miss., II., 330; VI., 35; delta of, VI., 189; VIII., 46; opening of, IX., 105.


Mississippi Sound, Miss.,

VI., 312.


Mississippi squadron: gunboats, II., 330; VI., 214, 226; VIII., 330.


‘Mississippi Valley in the Civil War, the,’

John Fiske, II., 166, 272.


Mississippi Valley: VI., 112; ruins in, IX 317 campaign, X., 88.


Missouri: II., 330; militia, II., 344; VII., 30; response to call to defend the Union, VIII., 74; enlistment on both sides, VIII., 102.


Missouri troops, Confederate: Cavalry: First, I., 358. Infantry: First, I., 358; Second, I., 358; Third, I., 358; Fourth, I., 358; Fifth, I., 358; Sixth, I., 358; losses at Vicksburg, Miss., and Corinth, Miss., X., 156; Seventh, X., 156. State Guards: First, I., 350, 358, Second I, 358; Third, I., 350; Fourth, I., 350; Fifth, I, 350; Bowen's, I., 358; Price's, I., 352; Rains', I., 350.


Missouri troops, Union: Artillery: Second, Battery L. II., 330; Bulliss', I., 358. Artillery, Light: First, Totten's Battery, I.,348, 350, 353, 368; Company A, I., 352, 356; Battery D, II., 332; Battery L. II., 332, Battery M. II, 341, 344; Second, Battery B. I., 358: Battery E. II., 352; Battery F. I., 358; Battery H. III., 332. Caralry: First, I., 352, 354, 356, 358, 360; II., 344, 352; Second, I., 368; II., 320, 332, 348; III., 332; Third, I., 356; II., 326, 330, 332; Fourth, I., 358, 364; brigade, II., 324, 344; Fifth, I., 358; Sixth, I., 350, 352, 358; Seventh, II., 320, 344, 350, 352; Eighth, II., 350; III., 330; Ninth, II., 320; Tenth, I., 350; IV., 198; Eleventh, I., 368; III., 330; Twelfth, III., 330; Thirteenth, III., 338; Sixteenth, II., 350; Berry's, I., 352; Militia, II., 326; Van Horne's, I., 352. Infantry: First, I., 353, 358, 362; Second, I., 348, 358, 368; II., 352; Third, I., 346, 348, 358, 367, 368; Fourth, II., 352; III., 324, 342; Fifth, I., 348; Sixth, I., 358; detachments of, I., 358; II., 202, 342; Seventh, I., 356; Eighth, I., 352, 356; Ninth, I.,

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