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[30] South Carolina troops—Continued, Oaks;. Va., X., 158; Seventh. I., 348, 350; losses at Antietam, Md., X., 15S; Eighth, I., 350; Tenth, VII., 249; Twelfth, losses at Manassas, Va., X., 158; Fourteenth, losses at Gaines' Mills, Va., X., 158; Seventeenth, II., 191; losses at Manassas. Va., X, 15S; Twenty-first, X., 150; Twenty-third, losses at Manassas, Va., X., 158: Twenty-fourth, I., 306; Twenty-fifth, X., 156.


South Carolinian,, U. S. S.,

VI., 308, 310. South Carolinian, Columbus, S. C., IX., 27.


South Mills, N. C.

(see also Camden, N. C., I., 302.


South Mountain (Md. and Pa.): II., 64 seq., 66 seq., 324; IV., 87; V., 27; losses at, X., 142.


South side Railroad, Va.:

III., 208, 280, 293, 294, 305, 307, 311; VIII., 254.


Southern Marseillaise, the,

A. E. Blackmar, IX., 343.


Southern soldier boy, the,

T. W. Armstrong, IX., 346.


‘Southerners’

: at Shiloh, Tenn., I., 199; in a Union prison, VII., 21.


Southfield,, U. S. S.:

I., 356; II., 352; VI., S7, 199, 320.


Southwest Mountain, Va.

(see also Cedar Mountain, Va.), II., 320.


Southwest Pass, La.,

VI., 1S9.


Southwestern Army

X., 274.


Southwestern campaign: map of, II., 2.


Spangler, E.,

VII., 203.


Spanish-American War, VII, 347.


Spanish Fort, Ala.:

III., 344; VI., 258 seq.: IX., 247.


Spaulding, I.,

V., 247.


Spear, E.,

X., 211.


Spear, S. P.,

X., 303.


Spears, J. G.,

X., 305.


Spencer, J. P.,

I., 48.


Sphinx,, C. S. S.,

(afterwards ‘Stonewall,’) VI., 299.


Spicer, W.,

IV., 198.


Spies: in the capital at Washington, April, 181, VII., 192; Southern, VIII., 24, 26; women, VIII., 273, 287, 291; causes for execution of, VIII., 303; executed by Confederates at Petersburg, Va., VIII., 303.


Spinner, Mrs.

house of, used as hospital at Bull Run, Va., VII., 257.


Spirit of Brotherhood,

IX., 195, 329, 331, 333, 335.


Spirit of nationality,

IX., 16.


‘Splinter-netting’

used on the U. S. S. S. Richmont, VI., 189.


Spofford, Va.,

battery at, I., 119.


Spotsylvania, Va.:

I., 122; II., 334; III., 37, 52 seq., 60, 68, 320; IV., 33, 40, 41, 121,122, 124,197,203; headquarters of General Warren at, IV., 207; V., 21, 27, 214, 260; scene after the battle, VII., 42, 43; Confederate prisoners encamped at, VII., 42, 43; wounded at, VII., 171, 251, 255; battle of, VII., 269 seq., 303, 326; VIII., 63; Sixth Vermont at, VIII., 65; battle of, VIII., 250, 353; IX., 77; scene at, IX., 137; Bloody angle at, IX., 155.


Sprague, J. W.,

X., 91, 231.


Sprague, Kate C.

I., 28.


Sprague, W.,

I., 28.


Camp Sprague, Washington, D. C. (see also Camp Sprague, Washington, D. C.): I., 141.


Spring Hill, Tenn.:

II., 330; III., 256, 338.


Spring River, Ark.

(see also Salem, Ark.), I., 358.


Springfield, Ill.:

I., 174; Camp Butler, near, I., 175.


Springfield, Mass.:

Patriot Publishing Company at, I., 18; armory at, V., 146.


Springfield, Mo.

(see also Wilson's Creek, Mo., and Oak Hill, Mo.): I., 350, 354; II., 330; IV., 152.


Springfield

rifle, VIII., 82.


Sproston, J. G.,

VI, 92.


Stafford, I.,

A., X., 153.


Stafford Heights, Va.,

II., 80, 83, 127.


Stager, A.:

VIII., 344, 346 seq,.: X., 237.


Stagg, P.,

X., 125.


Stanley. D. S.: II., 150, 178, 324, 340; III., 218, 254, 256, 25S, 262; IV., 254; X., 93, 190.


Stanley, T.,

X., 237.


Stanley's Cavalry Troop, Union, I., 350.


Stannard, G. J.,

X., 307.


Standard's Vermont brigade, II., 204.


Stanton, E. M.:

I., 40, 42, 104; IV., 200, 202; V., 100; war secretary, V., 100, 130, 228. 278: VI., 168; VII., 304, 347, 348; VIII., 24; frauds in clothing stopped by, VIII., 54; frauds of contractors stopped by, VIII., S4, 348; X., 12; his opinion of Grant, X., 48.


Stanton, F. T.,

IX., 332.


Star of the West,, U. S. S.:

I., 107, 341, 349; VI., 24, 308: sent to Sumter's relief, VIII., 66.


‘Star Spangled Banner, the,’

I., 16.


Stark, P. B.,

X., 277.


Starke, W. E.:

II., 63, 65, 324; X., 149.


Starkweather, J. C.,

X., 309.


Starr, S. H.,

IV., Ss.


Stars and Stripes.

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


State Armory, Columbia, S. C.

, I., 33.


State Governments, uniforming ‘three-months' men,’ VIII., 54.


State University, Va.,

VIII., 110.


State of Georgia., U. S. S.,

I., 302.


States: the quotas, of. VIII., 12; enlistment from, VIII., 102, 103, 141, 225, 251: of I. S. troops furnished by, X., 141;.


Staunton, Va.:

III., 17, 1S; IV., 112.


Stearns, F.,

VII., 282.


Stedman, E.,

IX., 24, 56, 59.


Stedman, G. A.,

X., 141.


Steedman, C.,

VI., 121.


Steedman, J. B.:

II., 286, 287; III., 253; IX., 101; X., 125.


Steele, F.:

II., 328, 343, 344; VI., 260, 276: IX., 247: X., 175, 171.


Steele, G. I.,

L, 353.


Steele. W.

X., 313.


Steele's Bayou, Miss.,

II., 332.


Steele's battalion, Union, I., 350.


Steger, Mrs. T. M.,

X., 2.


Stegman, Captain

Vii., 181.


Stegman, L. R.:

VII., 181, 289; X., 25.


Stephens, A. II.: VI., 28; recollections of, VI., 2S; VII., 52, 122; X., 13.


Stephenson. J. A.

VI., 192.


Sternberg, G. M.,

VII., 224.


Sterritt, S.,

VII., 139.


Stuart, G. I.:

III., 64, 70, 320; VIII., 103; X., 107.


Stevens, A. A.,

VII., 66, 71.


Stevens, C. 11., X., 155.


Stevens, H. C.,

VI., 226, 316.


Stevens.

I.: I., 355; II., 54, 322, 329; X., 131.


Stevens, J.,

VI., 136, 138.


Stevens, T. F.,

VI., 312.


Stevens, T. H.,

II., 342; VI., 320.


Stevens, W. H.,

V., 257; X., 313.


Stevens, Fort, D. C.

(see also Fort Stevens, D. C.), I., 66.


Stevensburg, Va.,

II., 350.


Stevens' Gap, Tenn.,

II., 277, 279.


Stevenson, C. I.:

I., 366; II., 293, 302, 334; X., 266, 321.


Stevenson, J. D.,

X., 217.


Stevenson, T. G.,

X., 135.


Stevenson, Ala.:

depot at, II., 167; Fort Barker at, II., 167, 272, 274, 275, 277; railway station at, III., 255; Alabama House at, IX., 99.


Stevenson depot. Va.

III., 326. Stewart, A. P.: II., 282, 318; III., 132; VIII., 191; X., 249, 270.


Stewart, A. T.,

I., 38.


Stewart, C.,

VIII., 191.


Stewart, T. J.,

X., 290.


Stewart, W. H.,

VIII., 191.


Stimers, A. C.,

VI., 170.


Stockard, H. J.,

IX., 270, 279.


Stodder, L. N.,

VI., 176.


Stoeckel, Baron de, VI., 25.


Stone, C. P.:

V., 80 seq.; department clerks organize for defense, under, VIII., 70; X., 213.


Stone, D.,

V., 280.


Stone, H. Statistical tables of organizations in Union service by, X., 150.


Stone, J. F.,

VII., 125.


Stone, 11., X., 303.


Stone bridge, Bull Run, Va.

: I., 139 seqq., 152 seq., 154, 162.


Stone church, Centreville, Va.

: I., 149 seq.; VII., 257.


Stone fleet,’

Second, v. S., VI., 312.


Stoneman, G.:

I., 129, 266, 281, 293, 308; II., 108, 110; and staff, II., 111, 328, 3314: III, 20, 105, 318, 328, 340, 344; IV., 21, 75, 8O, 120, 122, 195, 287 seq., 326; VII., 92; VIII., 373; X., 194.


Stoneman's Station, stores at, VIII., 39.


Stone's Ferry, Ala.,

III., 326.


Stone's River, Tenn.

(see also Murfreesboro, Tenn.): I., 207, 307; II., 9, 161; midwinter combat at, II., 101-178; battleground and battle lines at, II., 168, 170; Union and Confederate plant at, II., 170, 172; victory act, claimed by North and South, II., 178; Union and Confederate losses at II., 178, 328; III., 211; IV., 241, 254, 231;: Federal artillery at, V., 46, 206; losses at, X., 142.


Stonewall,, C. S. S.:

VI., 20, 295, 297, 298. 299, 322.


Stonewall Jackson,, C. S. S.,

VI., 192, 198.


J. W. Palmer, IX., 24, 86.


Stoney, T.,

VI., 267.


Stono Inlet, S. C.,

Confederate pickets at, VIII., 131.


Stono River, S. C.,

VI, 57, 316, 320.


Stony Creek, Va.,

scene near, IX., 243.


Stony Creek Station, Va.,

III., 340.


Storey, M.,

IX., 303.


Storrs, R. S.,

IX., 334.


‘Story of Civil War, the,’

John C. Ropes, quoted, I., 282 seq.


Stoughton, E. H.:

II., 330; IV., 167, 171, 178: X., 307.


Stout, S. H.:

VII., 256, 284, 288 seq., 351.


Stovall, M. A.,

X., 265.


Strahl, O. F.,

III., 340; X., 157.


Strasburg, Va.:

I., 308, 364; III., 328, 332; IV., 102.


Strategy: its meaning, past and present, I., 112; of the Civil War, I., 112-136; of the war as affected by natural features of river, mountain, etc., I., 110.


Stratton, E.,

IV., 3219.


Strawberry Plains, Knoxville, Tenn.

: bridge at, II., 339; III., 328.


Streights, A. D.:

raids of, II., 332; IV., 34, 280, 282; after escape of, from Libby Prison, VII., 145.


Stribling, C. K.,

VI., 120.


‘Strikers’

at headquarters, VIII., 187.


Stringer

track, repairing of, near Murfreesboro, Tenn., II., 175.


Stringham, S. H.,

VI., 100 seq., 102, 115, 118, 209, 310.


Strong, G. C.,

X., 135.


Strong, H. C.,

VII., 613.


Strong, J. H.,

VI., 251, 252.


Strong, V.,

X., 137.


Strother, D. H.,

X., 311.


Struggle, the end of the,

IX., 230 seq.


Stuart, D.,

III., 34, 52, 62, 318.


Stuart, G. H.

VII., 17.


Stuart, J. E. B.:

I., 268, 293, 314, 302, 366, 368; II., 38; raid on the Union army by, II., 39, 42, 52, 53, 124, 226, 240 seq., 256, 320, 322, 324, 328, 332, 334, 336, 340, 342, 344, 346; III., 62, 320; IV., 11, 16, 20, 21, 24, 29, 32, 34, 36, 38, 41, 43, 53, 71, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 85, 86, 88, 89, 92, 93, 96, 100, 106, 108; grave of, IV., 109 seq., 116, 120, 124; death of, at Yellow Tavern, Va., IV., 125, 127, 171, 193, 213, 226, 234, 236, 240, 262, 263, 265 seq., 266 seq., 268, 324; V., 37; VII., 195; cavalry of, reviewed by Gen'l Lee, VIII., 124, 196, 246, 254, 295, 319; IX., 83, 85; X., 62, 145, 252.


Sturges, H. L.,

VI., 312.


Sturges rifle Corps, Chicago, Ill.

, VIII., 4.


Sturgis. S. D.: II. 81, 348; III., 121.


Sturgis, T.,

VII., 18.


Sturnbaugh, F. S.,

X., 291.


Submarines origin of, in civil war, VI., 266, 267; first Confederate, VI., 274.


Subsistence, expenditures for, VIII., 46.


Such is the death the soldier Dies,

R. B. Wilson, IX., 76.


Sudley Church, Va.,

I., 155.


Sudley Ford, Va.:

I, 141, 152, 154, 157; II., 51.


Sudley Road, Va.,

I., 154.


Sudley Spring, Va.,

II., 41.


Sudley Sulphur Spring House, Va.,

I., 155.


Suffolk, Va.:

siege of, II., 332, 334.


Sugar Creek, Ark.,

I., 358.


Sugar Loaf, Md.,

VIII., 319, 324.


Sullivan, J.,

VI., 267.


Sullivan, J. C.:

II., 154; III., 324; X., 203.


Sullivan's Island. Charleston Harbor, S. C.:

I., 103; VI., 106, 140, 179; Confederate officers at, VIII., 115.


Sulphur and saltpeter: lack of, in North, V., V, 144.


Sulphur Springs, W. Va.:

II., 19; skirmish at, II., 322; bridge it, III., 328.


Sultana,, U. S. S.,

I., 108 seq.


Summerville, W. Va.

(see also, Cross Lanes, Va.), I., 350.


Summit Point, Va.,

III., 330.


Sumner, C.;

IX., 28, 301, 303, 305; eulogy on. by I., Q. C. Lamar, IX., 29, 292 seq.; X., 50.


Sumner, E. V.:

I., 260, 268, 294, 297 seq., 323, 327, 330, 332, 368; II., 53:, 61, 65, 67, 68, seq., 81, 83 84, 86, 92, 94, 97, 100, 324, 328 batteries of, V., 31, 3S; X., 179, 188.


Sumner, G. W.,

VI., 265.


Sumner, ‘Sam.’ VII., 192.


Sumner, ‘Win,’ VIII., 192.


Sumter, Fort, S. C.

(see also Fort Sumter, S. C.): V., 1, 4, 156, 176, 340, 349.


Sumter, S. C.:

I., 107 seq.: V., 151; VIII., 347; Terre Plein of the gorge at, IX., 40.


Sumter,, C. S. S.:

I., 238, 246; VI., 80, 122, 125, 293, 308.


Sunter,, U. S. S.:

I., 2:7; II., 198; VI., 224.


Supplies: difficulties encountered in obtaining, VIII., 30, 32; U. S. army, VIII., 32;, for the Army of West, VIII., 34: White Hose, VIII., 39; at City Point, Va., VIII., 39; Tennessee River, VIII., 39.


Supply departments

Viii., 44.


Supply wagons

Viii., 53.


Surgeons: of the Civil War, neutrality of, in the treatment of sick and wounded, VII., 13; supplies of, at Washington, D. C., VII., 213; number killed and wounded, while on duty, VII., 217; their work, VII., 218; of the Union army, VII., 221; neutral status of, recognized, VII., 228; field companion, VII., 230: in the field, VII., 251 255; working amidst bursting shells, VII., 257; with the navy, VII., 317-320; regimental, VII., 346; acting assistant, VII., 346; acting staff, VII., 346; assistant surgeons, VII., 346.


Surgical methods: crude and dangerous to life and limb, VII., 253; in the operation field, VII., 252, 253; operations, high mortality attendant upon, VII., 255.


Surratt, J. H.,

VII., 207.


Surratt, M. E.,

VII., 205.


Surrender: terms of, as accepted by Lee, III., 310, 312.


‘Survival of the fittest,’

II., 135.


Suspension of writ of habeas corpus: most conspicuous arrest made under, VII., 195.


Susquehanna, , U. S. S.:

III., 342; VI., 100, 125, 269.


Sutherland, C.,

VII., 224.


Sutlers: stores of, IX., 186, 187; tent of, VIII., 247.


Swamp Angel’:

Federal battery, prominent in the bombardment of Charleston, S. C., V., 110; most famous gun in the Civil


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