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O Wrap the flag around Me, Boys,

R. S. Taylor, IX., 350.


O. A. K. The Corps de Belgique

Vii., 204. ‘O. K. ’C. S. S., VI., 123.


Oak Grove, Va.

(see also Second Battle of Fair Oaks, Va.): I., 320, 366.


Oak Hill, Mo.

(see also Springfield, Mo., and Wilson's Creek, Mo.), I., 350.


O'Beirne, J. R., X., 225.


O'Brien, R., telegraph operator, VIII., 363, 366.


O Captain, My Captain,

Walt Whitman, IX., 26, 254.


Occoquan River, Va.,

I., 354.


‘Ocean liner transport,’

VIII., 45.


Ocean Pond, Fla.,

VIII., 103.


Ocmulgee,, U. S. S.,

VI., 316.


O'Connor, J.,

IX., 74.


O'Connor House, Charleston, S. C.

, VII., 161, 163.


Ocracoke Inlet, N. C.,

VI., 104.


Octorora,, U. S. S.,

VI., 247.


Ode,

recited at the Harvard Commemoration, J. R. Lowell, IX., 256, 261, 263, 266.


Ode for Decoration Day,

H. Peterson, IX., 282.


Ode at Magnolia Cemetery,

H. Timrod, IX., 274, 277.


Officers Hospital, Nashville, Tenn.

, VII., 233.


Official secrets as revealed by photographs

Iii., 145.


Ogeechee River, Ga.:

III., 234 VI., 121, 318.


Oglesby, it. J.,

II., 324; X., 201.


Oglethorpe, J. E.,

II., 347.


Oglethorpe University, Ga.,

IX., 25.


Ohio: Department of, II., 296; troops of, on battlefield at Corinth, Miss., II., 153; Morgan's raid in, VIII., 18; excess quota asked for, VIII., 74; response to first call by, VIII., 74; troops furnished by, VIII., 249.


Ohio troops: Artillery: First, I., 360, 366; Second, I., 358; Seventh, III., 318; Eleventh, V., 47; Eighteenth, II., 330; Twenty-first, II., 348; Twenty-second, II., 348. Artillery, Light: First, at Chattanooga, Tenn., VIII., 249. Cavalry: First, I., 358, 360; III., 322; Second, II., 336; Third, II., 326, 332, 344; III., 322; Fourth, I., 358; II., 326, 330, 332, 344, 348; III., 322; IV., 160; Fifth, II., 328; Sixth, II., 336; III., 340; IV., 57, 88; Seventh, II., 328, 332, 336, 346; Eighth, III., 338, 342; Thirty-fourth, II., 342; III., 342. Infantry: First, I., 348; VIII., 194; Second, I., 348, 354; Third, I., 348, 352; II., 334; Fourth, I., 352, 354, 356, 364; Fifth, I., 356, 360, 366; II., 328; Sixth, I., 352; II., 332; VII., 169; VIII., 82; Seventh, I., 356, 360, 366; II., 328; Eighth, I., 352, 354, 356, 360, 364; III., 328; Ninth, I., 350, 356; III., 326; VIII., 196; Tenth, I., 350; Eleventh, II., 322; Twelfth, I., 350; II., 322; III., 320, 332; Thirteenth, I., 350; Fourteenth, I., 348; Sixteenth, I., 348; Eighteenth, II., 322; Nineteenth, I., 348; Twentieth, II., 322; Twenty-third, Company C, I., 362; III., 320; Twenty-fourth, I., 352; Twenty-fifth, I., 352, 354, 362, 366; III., 340; Twenty-sixth, III, 165; Twenty-seventh, I., 358; II., 328; Twenty-eighth, I., 350; II., 346; Twenty-ninth, I., 360, 366; Thirty-first, I., 368; Thirty-second, I., 352, 354, 362, 366; II., 324; Thirty-third, I., 354; Thirty-fourth, I., 352; II., 322; III, 320; Thirty-sixth, I., 364; III., 320; Thirty-seventh, II., 322; Thirty-ninth, I., 358; II., 328; Fortieth, I., 358; II., 332; Forty-second, L, 358, 363; Forty-third, I., 358; Forty-fourth, I., 364; mounted infantry, II., 332; Forty-fifth, mounted infantry, II., 332, 336, 344; Forty-seventh, I., 350; Forty-ninth, losses, X., 154; Fifty-first, II., 326; Fifty-second, VIII, 196; Fifty-fifth, I., 366; Fifty-sixth, III., 318; Fifty-eighth, I., 356; VI., 316; Sixtieth, I., 366; II., 324; Sixty-second, I., 360; Sixty-third, I., 358; II., 328; Sixty-sixth, I., 366; II., 328; Sixty-seventh, I., 360; Sixty-ninth, II., 326; Seventy-first, II., 322; Seventy-second, III., 270, 324; Seventy-third, I., 366; Seventy-fifth, mounted infantry, I., 362, 366; III., 328; Seventy-sixth, I., 356; VI., 316; Seventy-seventh, II., 352; Seventy-eighth, II., 322; Eighty-first, II., 153; Eighty-second, I., 362, 366; Eighty-seventh, II., 324; Ninety-fifth, II., 322; III., 270, 324; One Hundred and Second, III., 332, 338; One Hundred and Fifth, II., 332; One Hundred and Sixth, II., 326; One Hundred and Eighth, II., 326; One Hundred and Tenth, II., 336: One Hundred and Eleventh, II., 346; One Hundred and Sixteenth, II., 336; One Hundred and Twenty-second, II., 336; One Hundred and Twenty-third, II., 336; One Hundred and Twenty-fourth, II., 330; One Hundred and Twenty-fifth, III., 102, 117, 265; One Hundred and Twenty-sixth, II., 336; One Hundred and Forty-fourth, III., 328; One Hundred and Forty-ninth, III., 328; One Hundred and Sixty-eighth, III., 324; One Hundred and Seventy-first, III., 324.


Ohio River, supplies en route on, VIII., 34, 206.


Okolona, Ark.,

II., 352.


Okolona, Miss.:

II., 341, 350; IV., 132.


Oladowski, H.,

V., 170.


O'Laughlin, M., VII., 205.


Old Armory of the Seventh regiment, at Third Avenue, N. Y.

, crowds at, VIII., 67.


‘Old Capitol Prison,’

Washington, D. C.: VII., 31, 38, 40, 54 seq., 67, 200; VIII., 24, 282, 289.


Old Church, Va.:

II., 322; IV., 85.


Old Church Hotel, Cold Harbor, Va.

, IV., 245, 246.


Old Cold Harbor, Va.,

IV., 245.


Old Folks at Home,

S. C. Foster, IX., 346.


Old ironsides,

O. W. Holmes, IX., 33.


Old Point Comfort, Va.,

I., 260.


Old River Lake, or Lake Chicot, Ark.

, III., 322.


‘Old Sorrel,’

horse of T. J. Jackson, IV., 293, 306.


Old Town Creek, Miss.,

III., 307.


Olds, E. B.,

VII., 200.


O'Leary, C., quoted, VII., 308.


Olin, Judge

Ix., 265, 266.


Oliver, J. M.,

X., 215.


Olmstead, C. H.,

heavy artillery commanded by, I., 360.


Olmstead, G.,

I., 179.


Olmsted. F. L.

VII., 330.


Olmstee, Fla.:

II., 350; VIII., 103.


Olney, H. B.,

VIII., 167.


Olustie, , C. S. S.,

VI., 298.


On a great Warrior,

H. Abbey, IX., 108.


On the life Mask of Abraham Lincoln,

R. W. Gilder, IX., 250, seq.


On to Richmond,

IX., 133.


‘On to the defense of Washington,’

V., 92.


‘On to Washington,’

V., 92.


One country,

F. L. Stanton, IX., 332.


One I Left there,

IX., 349.


O'Neal, E. A., X., 113.


‘Oneida Company,’

cavalry, IV., 195.


Oneida,, U. S. S.,

VI., 190, 198, 254.


Onondaga,, U. S. S.:

VI., 131, 132, 133, 175, 261, 265; VII., 111.


Oostenaula River, Ga.,

III., 112.


Opdycke, E.:

III., 262; X., 125, 235.


Opequon, Va.:

III., 159; IV., 250; Sixth Vermont at, VIII. 65.


Opequon Creek, Va.,

IV., 244, 263.


Orange and Alexandria Railroad, Manassas Station, Va.

: I., 161 seq.; II., 38 seq., 39, 41, 104; IV., 90, 91; destruction of, at Bristol Station, Va., IV., 99; IV., 184, 209; V., 32-34 seq.; machine shops and yards of, V., 91; defense of the, V., 227, 271, 275; a bridge on line of, V., 279; debris from Jackson's raid, V., 283; guarding of, at Union Mills, Va., V., 283; VIII., 51, 204.


Orange Court House. Va.: III., 30; IV., 104; V., 260.


Orange Plank Road, wilderness, Va.

: III., 40, 41; view taken 1864, VIII., 177, 178.


Orations

Ix., 112, 122, 290, 304.


Orchard Knob, Tenn.:

II., 300, 302, 318, 346.


Orchards, the, Va.

(see also Oak Grove, Va.), I., 366.


Ord, E. O. C.:

II., 160, 324, 327; III., 208, 294, 321; V., 268; with family, X., 193, 232.


Order of American Knights

Vii., 204.


Ordinance of secession adopted by South Carolina

I., 346; V., 256.


Ordnance, Confederate: V., 156; supplies at beginning of war, V., 158 seq.; sources of supply, V., 158; manufacture of, V., 162; transportation of, V., 164; small arms, 1861, V., 165; improvement in, V., 168; personnel of, V., 170; equipment captured by Confederates, VIII., 128, 148; naval. Dahlgren gun, perfecting of, VI., 23; capture of, by Confederates, VI., 26, 57, 73; manufacture of, at the North, VI., 60; vessels carry fewer guns, VI., 63; procured by Confederacy abroad, VI., 80; Parrott rifle (200 pounder), VI., 103, 259; used on land, VI., 235, 237, 258, 265; on light-draft gunboats, VI., 263; Parrott rifle (100 pounder), VI., 275.


Ordnance, United States: material of, V., 22 seq.; stores, V., 126; distribution of, V., 126; supplies, V., 128; purchased abroad, V., 128; efforts of States to increase, V., 128; diversity of, V., 135; Washington Arsenal, Washington, D. C., Wiard Gun batteries at, V., 135; expenditures for, V., 140; outpost, V., 143; at Broadway landing, V., 143; efficiency of officers, V., 144; expenditures, V., 146; at close of war, V., 148; activities after close of war, V., 154 seq.


Ordway, A.,

X., 213.


Ordway-Rand, collectors of photographs, I., 52.


O'Reilly, miles,

pen name of C. G. Halpine, IX., 176.


Oreto,, C. S. S.,

afterwards the Florida, VI., 291, 292.


Organization and personnel of the medical Department of the Confederacy

Vii., 349 seq., Appendix D.


Organizations of the Veterans

X., 287 seq.


‘Orleans Battery,’

New York Seventeenth Artillery, V., 45.


Orleans Cadets, Company A, of Louisiana, I., 91.


O'Rorke, P. H.: II., 253, 254; VIII., 196.


Osage,, U. S. S.:

II., 352; VI., 147, 276, 322.


Osborn, F. S.,

V., 117.


Osceola,, U. S. S.,

III., 342.


Osgood, K. P.,

IX., 236, 239.


Osliaba

Russian frigate),VI., 27,29.


Ossabaw Sound, Ga.:

VI., 241, 320; IX., 169.


Ossipee,, U. S. S.,

VI., 247, 252, 254.


Osterhaus, P. J.:

II., 318, 334; X., 191, 220, 222.


Otis, F. N.,

VII., 224.


Otis, H. G.,

X., 21, 24.


Otsego,, U. S. S.,

VI., 276, 322.


Ottawa,, U. S. S.:

II., 330; VI., 312.


Otter Creek near Liberty, Va.,

III., 324.


Oudenarde, losses at, X., 140.


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Ould, R.:

VII., 41; Confederate agent for exchange of prisoners, VII., 101 seq., 104, 108, 110 seq., 112, 166, 172.


Outcasts of Poker Flat,

F. B. Harte, IX., 35.


Outposts: or picket duty in Federal armies, IV., 186, 188; in military operations, importance of, IV., 186; an instance of the bravery of a Union officer on, IV., 190, 192.


Ovens on wheels

Viii., 49.


Over their graves,

H. J. Stockard, IX., 276.


Overland Monthly,

IX., 35.


Overton Hill, Nashville, Tenn.

, III., 270.


Owasco, U. S. S.:

II., 330; VI., 190.


Owens, J. T.,

X., 291.


Owl,, C. S. S.,

VI., 291.


Oxen Run, Md.,

V., 98.


Oxford, Miss.:

court house at, II., 183; Illinois regiment guarding prisoners, II., 183; courthouse at, I., 183; III., 330.


Ozark,, U. S. S.,

VI., 141.

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