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Sham battle near Missionary Ridge, Tenn.,

VIII., 205.


Shanly, C. D.,

IX., 22.


Sharp, J. H.,

X., 275.


Sharpe, G. H.:

horses of, IV., 311; put in charge of military information bureau, VIII., 264, 265, 276; headquarters of, at Brandy Station, Va., VIII., 279, 289.


Sharpsburg, Md.

(see also Antietam, Md.): I., 53; II., 58 seq., 59 seq., 70 seq., 73; Lutheran Church, Main Street, II., 75, 324; IV., 92; V., 72; IX., 196; X., 64, 122; losses at, X., 124, 142.


Sharpshooters: at Gettysburg, Pa.,

IX., 207.


Shaup, F. A.,

X., 261.


Shaw, A.,

X., 7.


Shaw, A. D.,

X., 296.


Shaw, H. B.,

capture of, VIII., 292.


Shaw, W. B.:

L, 10; VIII., 9, 42.


Shawnee Mound, Mo.

(see also Milford, Mo.), I., 354.


Shawseen,

U. S. S., I., 356.


‘Shebang’:

U. S. Sanitary Commission quarters at Brandy Station, Va., VII, 335.


Sheffield, Mr.

attach British Minister, VI., 25.


Shelby, J. O.:

II., 340, 344, 352; IV., 20; VI., 223; X., 279.


Shelby's Cavalry, Confederate, L, 358; II., 324.


Shelbyville, Tenn.:

L, 136; Il, 178.


Shelley, C. M.,

X., 253.


Shells: with polygonal cavities, V., 168; effect of, V., 186; varieties of, V., 190 seq.


Shenandoah,, C. S. S.,

VI., 296.


Shenandoah,

U. S. S., III., 342.


Shenandoah River, Va.,

II, 60.


Shenandoah Valley, Va.:

I., 121, 140, 286; Confederate prisoners captured in, I, 303, 304 seq., 364; campaign, I, 367; II, 39, 56; Southern raids through the, III., 18; last conflicts in the, III., 139-168, 140, 144; devastation in, by the Union troops, III, 160; IV., 194; campaign, V., 27; Sixth Vermont in, VIII, 65, 87, 89; campaign, VIII., 128, 326; IX., 87.


Shephard, I. F.,

X., 217.


Shepherd, L. M.,

IX., 19.


Shepherd, N. G.,

IX., 136, 138.


Shepherdstown, Md.,

Il, 75, 76.


Shepherdstown, Va.:

II., 324, 342; III., 144, 330.


Shepherdsville, Ky.,

IV., 256.


Shepley, G. F.,

X., 211.


Sheridan, P. H.:

II., 130, 171, 172, 275,284 seq., 306, 318; III., 20, 34, 37, 42, 60, 62, 72, 82, 84, 150, 156, 160, 162, 165, 166, 168, 198, 280, 284, 294, 303, 312, 318, 320, 322, 332, 342, 346; IV., 16, 20, 21, 23, 24, 34, 41, 43, 50, 54, 57, 68, 98, 107, 108, 110, 114, 116, 120, 124; ruins of North Anna Bridge at end of raid by, IV., 125, 127, 128, 194, 196, 203, 209, 240, 242, 244, 249, 252, 255, 258; and staff, IV., 260, 261, 262, 263 seq., 310; V., 14, 27; scout system of, VIII., 26, 130, 193, 198, 235, 240, 326, 329; IX., 115, 155, 243, 313; X., 19, 40, 95, 177, 238.


Sheridan's ride,

IX., 70.


Sherman, H.,

VI., 200.


Sherman, T. W.:

I, 58, 118, 354, 355, 357; VI., 270, 310, 313; X., 236.


Sherman, W. T.:

I, 35, 59; closing event of his ‘march to the sea,’ I., 80, 82, 96, 117, 120, 124, 128, 129 seq., 136, 140, 150, 156, 200, 208, 248; II, 134, 173, 182, 191, 200, 212, 292, 296; Atlanta campaign, II, 317, 328, 330, 332, 334; raid, II., 341; III., 15, 24, 25, 32, 100, 101, 104, 106-109, 113, 114, 116, 118, 124, 126, 128, 132-134, 137, 183, 210, 212-221, 22:3, 226-228, 236-238, 244, 246-248, 251, 278, 280, 287, 316, 318, 322, 326, 328, 340, 346; IV., 198, 241, 254, 304, V., 46, 50, 194, 204, 208, 276, 298; ‘March to the Sea,’ VI., 114, 207, 221, 230, 236, 258; VII, 52, 84, 112, 161 seq., 175, 182, 203; VIII., 22; his criticism of the press, VIII., 29; accumulating supplies, VIII., 34, 102, 133, 134, 196, 206, 207; ‘March to the Sea,’ VIII., 210, 217, 219, 220; VIII., 238, 240, 248; Georgia campaign, VII., 249, 252, 300, 332 seq., 334, 362; quoted, IX., 16, 53, 64, 95, 97, 106, 109, 115, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 235, 261, 295, 304, 309, 312, 314, 317, 318, 323, 327, 342; his opinion of Grant, X., 32, 75, 76, 78; ancestors of, X., 78, 79, 80; promoted to West Point, X., 80; life in the South, X., 80; life in the West, X., 80, 81; admitted to bar, X.,82; as banker, X., 82; as he appeared in 1876, X., 83; Superintendent Louisiana State Seminary, X., 84; enters army, 1861, X., 86; at Bull Run, X., 86; military career, X., 86; in Kentucky, X., 88; made a brigadier-general, X., 90; Atlanta campaign, X., 90; military qualifications of, X., 92; private property of, X., 94; death of, X., 96.


R. W. Gilder, IX., 106.


Sherman's Bummers,’

VIII., 218.


Sherman's march to the sea
:

IX., 166 seq.; X., 75-96.


Sherrick's House, Sharpsburg road, Md.

, II, 73.


Sherwood, K. B.,

IX., 93, 96, 103.


Shields, J.:

IV., 102, 104; X., 195.


Shields, S. A.,

306, 309, 310.


Shiloh, Tenn.:

I., 95, 97, 122, 143, 194 seq., 199, 203, 205, 218, 224, 236,360,367; II., 166; IV., 241; V., 65; entrenchments, Federal lack of, at, V., 204; entrenchments, Federal, increased use of, after, V., 206; VI., 216; VIII., 32, 103, 119, 340; battle of, IX., 95, 97, 244, 343, 346; Corinth campaign, X., 88; losses at, X., 142, 156. Ship Island, Miss.: VI., 186 seq., 310, 312.


Ship no. 290,, C. S. S.,

VI., 301.


Shiras, A. E.,

VII, 330.


Shirk, J. W.:

I., 203, 205 seq., 248; VI, 312.


Shirley's residence, ‘White House,’ Vicksburg, Miss., II., 201, 205.


‘Shirt-sleeve fighters,’

VIII., 228.


Shoes, poor quality of Federal, VIII., 84.


Short, W.,

I., 18.


Shrady, G. F.,

VII., 226.


Shreveport, La.:

I., 105; VI, 225, 234.


Shufeldt, R. W.,

VI, 107.


Shuter's Hill, Va.,

V., 90.


Sibley, C. C.,

VII, 28.


Sibley, H. H.,

X., 254, 271.


Sickles, D. A.,

X., 290.


Sickles, D. E.:

I., 18, 70, 71; II., 108, 114, 116 seq., 248, 340; headquarters at Trostle's House, Gettysburg, Pa., II., 247, 334; VIII., 126; IX., 78; X., 181, 194.


Siebert, S. R.,

I., 42.


Siege gun: new kind of, III., 175.


Siege-trains, V., 26 seq.


Sigel, F.:

L, 132, 367 seq.; II., 21, 322; III., 25, 140, 144, 289, 320, 326; IV., 34; VIII, 368; IX., 348; X., 189, 214.


Sigfried J. K.

X., 291.


Signal,, U. S. S.:

III., 318; VI, 221, 239.


Signal Service, U. S. (see also U. S.


Signal Service): Central station at Washington, D. C.,

VIII., 305; camp of instruction, at Red Hill, Georgetown, D. C., VIII., 306 307; experts in the service, VIII., 308, 309; flags used by, VIII., 308; instances of efficient service of, VIII., 309, 317, 319, 321, 324, 326, 332, 338; towers used by, VIII., 310, 311, 313, 315, 325, 331, 338; codes of, VIII., 311, 314, 315, 316; code system invented, VIII., 312; Confederate signal men in ‘61, VIII., 313; alphabet of, VIII., 314; stations on house tops, 317, 337; station on mountain tops, VIII., 319, 320, 321, 324; signalmen at work, VIII., 320, 321, 323, 329; station in tree tops, VIII., 322, 336, 338; ‘striking the Signal Corps Flag for the last time-August, 1865,’ VIII., 339.


Signal Service: Confederate (see also Confederate States of America), VIII., 313, 340; IX., 25.


Signaling: with rockets or bombs, VIII., 326; on shipboard, VIII., 330, 335; by sea, VIII., 337.


‘Silence’:

facsimile of poem written at Johnson Island, O., VII., 135.


Silkworth, W. W.,

X., 288.


Sill, J. W.,

II., 172, 330; X., 137.


Silver Lake, Fla.,

II., 350.


Silver Lake,, U. S. S.,

VI., 209.


Simmons, Colonel

X., 19.


Simmonton, Capt.

VIII, 115.


Simms, J. P.,

X., 265.


Simons, J.,

I., 181; VII., 147.


Simpson, E.,

VI., 260.


Simpson, J. G.,

VI., 230.


Sims, J.,

VIII., 151.


Simsport, La.,

VI., 318.


Sinclair, A.,

VI, 301.


Sinnott, H. T.,

IV., 166.


Sioux war, 1861: destruction of life and property during, VIII, 79.


Sisters' Ferry, Ga.,

III., 244.


‘Six Hundred, charge of the.’

II., 81.


Six Mile House, Weldon Railroad, Va.

, III, 330.


Sixth Brigade

Iv., 282.


Slack, W. Y.,

X., 149.


Slaughter, J. E.,

X., 321.


Slaughter, J. H.,

III, 346.


Slaughter's house, Cedar Mountain, Va.

, II., 29.


Slaughter Mountain, Va.,

II., 26.


Slavery: not the South's reason for fighting, VIII., 116; IX., 294, 316; X., 134.


Sledd, B.,

IX., 190.


‘Sledge of Nashville’:

name given to General Thomas, III., 263.


Sleeper, Captain

Iii., 71.


Sleeping for the flag,

XI. C. Work, IX., 344.


‘Sleeping on guard,’

execution for, VIII., 96.


Slemmer, A. J.:

I., 4, 86, 347 seq.; V., 59; VIII., 106, 156.


Slidell, J.:

I., 354; VI., 291, 298, 299, 310, 312.


Slocum, H. W.:

I., 44, 321, 328; II., 108, 110, 248, 254, 334, 340; III, 138, 222, 232, 244, 347; X., 162, 177, 182.


Sloo, A.,

L, 179.


Sloss, R.,

I, 10.


Slough, J. B.,

X., 195.


Slye, D. W.,

VII., 125.


Small arms

V., 134.


Smallpox: deaths from, VII, 320; hospital barge for, on the Mississippi, VII., 320.


Smart, C.,

VII., 224.


Smeed, E. C.:

V., 295, 298.


Smith, A.,

X., 2.


Smith, A. J.:

II., 328; III., 326; IV., 134; raid in Mississippi, IV., 137; VI., 227; X., 222.


Smith, A. K.,

VII, 224.


Smith, A. N.,

VI., 190.


Smith, C. B.,

X., 12.


Smith, C. F.:

I., 184, 186 seq., 190 seq., 360; V., 42; X., 303.


Smith, C. H.,

X., 211.


Smith, E. Kirby: I., 105, 160; II., 322, 352; III., 342, 346; IV., 241; V., 70; VII., 50; VIII., 340; X., 243, 258.


Smith, G.,

IX., 297.


Smith, G. A.,

X., 201.


Smith, G. M.,

VIII, 251.


Smith, G. W.:

I., 283, 292, 298, 364; V., 314; X., 248, 251.


Smith, H. B.,

VIII, 278.


Smith, H. H.,

VII, 21.


Smith, J.,

VI, 52, 184.


Smith, J. A.,

X., 297.


Smith, J. B.,

VI, 162.


Smith, J. C.,

I., 248.


Smith, J. D.,

V., 71.


Smith, J. E.:

II., 306, 346; X., 291.


Smith, J. I.,

VIII., 151.


Smith, J. P.,

X., 103.


Smith, M.,

VI, 190.


Smith, Martin L.

I., 232; II., 334; VI., 196; X., 261.


Smith, Morgan L.

I., 364; II., 328; X., 87.


Smith, N. H.,

VIII., 251.


Smith, O. J.,

VII., 161.


Smith, Persifal

V., 58.


Smith, Preston

Ii., 288; X., 153.


Smith, T.,

X., 233.


Smith, T. B.,

X., 297.


Smith, T. C. H.,

X., 231.


Smith, T. K.,

I., 248.


Smith, T. W.,

X., 2.


Smith, W.:

VI., 168, 208; X., 111.


Smith, ‘Will,’ I., 179.


Smith, W. B.,

VI, 162, 301.


Smith, W. F.,

(‘Baldy’): I., 51, 264, 325; II, 296, 297, 328; III., 84, 86, 88, 92, 95, 188, 190, 230, 338, 340; V., 31; X., 183, 200, 226.


Smith, W. S.:

II., 91, 341, 350; X., 237.


Smith, W. W.:

VII., 29; trial of, for piracy, VII, 34, 47.


Smith,, U. S. S.,

II., 348.


Smith Brigs,, U. S. S.,

II., 348.


Smithfarm, Keedysville, Md.

: field hospital at, VII., 263.


Smithfield, Va.:

II., 348; III., 330; VI., 320.


Smithsbury, Md.,

II., 340.


Smyrna Camp ground, Ga.,

L, 353.


Smyrna or Nickajack Creek, Ga.,

III., 326.


Smyth, Sarah A.

X., 2.


Smyth, T. A.:

III., 77; VIII., 102; X., 135.


Snake Creek

Ix., 95.


Snake Creek Gap, Ga.:

III., 108, 109.


Fort Snelling, Minn. (see also Fort Snelling, Minn.), I., 147.


Snickers Ferry, Va.,

III., 148.


Snickers Gap, Va.,

III., 326, 328.


Snodgrass Hill, Ga.,

II., 282.


Snow Hill, Tenn.,

II., 332.


Snyder, J. M.,

X., 292.


Snyder's Bluff, Miss.,

II., 350.


Snyder's Mill, Miss.,

II., 214.


Society of the Army of the Potomac

Ix., 218.


‘Soldiers' life,’

preface to, VIII., 11.


‘Soldier par excellence,’

IV., 272.


Soldiers: Union, outside the prison, VII., 67; who escaped, VII., 137 seq.; discharged, care of, by sanitary commission, VII., 340; of fortune, foreign, VIII., 76; Confederate types of, VIII., 123; number of, at close of war, VIII., 132; digging potatoes, VIII., 198; age of, at enlistment, IX., 67; cemeteries, IX., 269, 281, 283; mustered out men, IX., 339.


‘Soldiers' Rest,’

Alexandria, Va., VII., 331.


Solferino, losses at, X., 10.


Solomon's Gap, Md.,

III., 326.


Somerset, Ky.

(see also Mill Springs, Ky.): I., 356; II., 332; VIII., 229.


Somerset,, U. S. S.,

VI, 314.


Somerville Heights, Va.,

L, 362.


Song of the Texas Rangers,

Mrs. J. D. Young, IX., 345.


Songs: popularity of, VIII., 238; of the War Days, IX., 342 seq.


‘Sons of Liberty,’

VII., 206; VII., 294 seq., 300, 302 seq. Sons of Veterans, X., 296 Sophia, , C. S. S., VI, 316.


Sorrell, G. M.,

X., 265.


‘Soup, Tasting the,’

VIII, 83.


South: failure of, to win the war due to lack of supplies, I., 88, 90; weakness of the navy of, I., 88; subjugation of, by Union blockade, I, 90, 92; advantage of, over North in its railway lines, I., 94, 96; its brightest period of the war, II., 106; resources of, nearing exhaustion, III., 278; lack of sanitary commission in, VII, 340; VIII., 20; false rumors regarding strength of, VIII., 22.


South Africa, British campaigns in, I., 84.


South Anna bridge, Va.,

III., 320.


South Atlantic Squadron

Ii., 332; VI., 311.


South Battery, Charleston, S. C.

, V., 119.


South Carolina: University of, I., 14; the Hampton legion, I., 295; Fort Walker, in, I.,357; devastation in, by Union troops, III., 244, 246; guns at Morris Island, VIII., 66; adoption of blue flag by, IX., 343.


South Carolina troops— Artillery: S. C. Battalion, Charleston, Confederate, I., 366; II., 332. Infantry: First, I, 348; II., 330; VII., 79, 147; losses at Manassas, Va., X., 158; losses at Gaines' Mills, X., 158; Second, I., 348, 350; Third I., 348, 350; Fourth, I., 350; Fifth, I., 350; Sixth, I., 356; losses at Fair


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