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Tilghman, L.:

I., 182, 184, 185, 191 seq.; II, 334; VI., 216; X., 151.


Timby, T. R.,

VI., 138. Times, London: quoted, VI., 38; IX., 126.


Timrod, H.,

IX., 27, 48, 49, 51, 274, 277. Tinclad, , U. S. S.: VI., 232; VII, 320.


Tin-Clad no. 8,, U. S. S.,

II., 131.


Tinclads, U. S. N.:

fleet of, organized, VI, 58; requirements of, VI, 62; types of, VI., 205, 208; VI., 208, 221, 223, 230, 232, 233.


Tinker, C. A.,

VIII., 346 seq.


Tiptonville, Tenn.:

I., 220; VI., 218.


Tiptonville Road, Tenn.,

I., 224.


Tishomingo Hotel, Corinth, Miss.

, II., 138.


To Canaan,

S. C. Foster, IX., 347.


To the South,

J. M. Thompson, IX., 52.


Tobacco-factories: use of, for prisons in Richmond, VII, 38.


Tobey, E. S.,

VII., 17.


Todd, C. Q.,

VII, 272.


Todd, J. B. S.,

X., 197.


Todds Tavern, Va.:

III., 54, 320; IV., 41.


Tombs, C. S.,

VI., 267.


Tomlinson, J. A.,

VII, 21.


Tompkins, C. H.:

V., 49; VII, 209; X., 225.


Tompkins, L.,

I., 353.


Tompkins, Sally L.: established hospital in Richmond, Va.

, VII. 290.


Tompkinsville, Ky.,

I., 368.


Tom's Brook, Va.,

III., 160; IV., 251.


Tom's Brook crossing, Va.,

IV., 250.


Tools: used by prisoners in effecting escapes from prisons, VII., 142, 144.


Toombs, R.:

II., 71; most notable single event in the life of, II., 74 seq., 324; V., 64; X., 263.


Toon, T. F.,

X., 281.


Torbert, A. T. A.:

III., 156, 158; and staff, III, 167 seq., 322, 324, 328, 330, 332, 338.; IV., 41, 128, 203, 245, 247, 251 seq.; X., 95, 238.


Torpedoes: removing powder from Confederate, V., 185, 294; introduced in Civil War, VI., 98, 266, 267; use against ironclads, VI., 143; vessels sunk by, VI, 147, 236, 252, 260, 276; Confederate, in Mobile Bay, VI., 193, 247, 250, 251, 260; Federal use of, VI., 240, 276; Confederate, in Ossoban Sound, VI., 241; first victim of, VI., 266; Confederate, in Charleston Harbor, VI, 274, 276; protection against, VI, 319.


Torrence, E.,

X., 296.


Totopotomoy, Va.,

III., 78.


Totopotomoy Creek, Va.,

III., 322.


Totten's battery, Union, I., 350.


Toucey, I.,

VI., 50.


Tournament, the,

Sidney Lanier, IX., 25, 30, 284, 285.


Tours, the battle of, I., 30.


Town Creek, N. C.,

III., 342.


Townsend, J. H.,

I., 241; VI, 83.


Townsend, Mary

Ix., 276.


Toy, C. H.,

VIII., 110, 115.


Trabui, G. W.,

V., 65.


Tracy, B. F.,

VII, 65.


Tracy, E. D.,

X., 151.


Tracy, W. G.,

II., 334.


Tramp Tramp Tramp,

IX., 235.


Trans-Mississippi Army, X., 274.


Transport wagon train

Iii., 31.


Transportation of wounded: means employed for, VII, 302; of Federal sick and wounded: VII., 302-316; over long distances, means not provided for, VII., 304; important letter showing inadequacy of, VII, 304, 306; of wounded after August 2, 1862, great improvement in, VII., 306, 308; act of Congress, 1864, in regard to ambulance service for, VII., 310.


Transports: U. S. army, I., 203; on the Mississippi, II., 182; ocean liners used as, VIII., 39, 45; steamers, VIII., 43; on the Tennessee, VIII., 45.


Tranter's Creek, N. C.,

I., 366.


Trapier, J. H.,

X., 283.


Traveller
:

Lee's horse, IV., 298; described by Gen. Lee, IX., 120, 121.


Travers, T. B.,

VII, 123.


Traverses: at Fort Fisher, N. C.,

VI, 255.


Trawick, W. B.,

VII, 147.


Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Va.

(see also all under Richmond, Va.): V., 191, 307, 317; VI, 76; ruins of, VIII., 133.


Trenchard, S. D.,

VI., 113.


Trent, W. P.:

IX., 7, 11 seq.; quoted, IX., 38; X., 7, 28, 52, 74.


Trent, H. M. S.:

I., 354; VI., 291, 310.


Trent's reach, Va.:

I., 119; III., 97; V., 243; VI., 265.


Trevilian Station, Va.:

III., 198, 324; IV., 23, 108, 110, 128; X., 284.


Trezevant, J. T.,

V., 170.


Tribble, A.,

IV., 154.


Trimble, I. R.:

I., 366; II., 29, 44; X., 105.


Trimble, H. M.,

X., 284, 296.


Trinity, Ala.,

I., 368.


Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.

, I., 17.


Trion, Ala.,

IV., 140.


Tripler, C. S.,

VII., 219.


Triplett bridge, Ky.,

II., 336.


Tristram Shandy,, C. S. S.,

VI., 273.


Tristram Shandy,, U. S. S.,

III., 342.


Trobridge, N. C.,

VII., 133.


Trogan, losses at, X., 140.


Troop, J.,

IV., 166.


Troops: furnished to Union Army by States, X., 146.


Trestle farm, Pa.,

II., 238.


Trostle's house, Gettysburg, Pa.

: Sickles' headquarters at, II., 247.


Troy: ancient wars of, outlined, I., 30.


Trumbull, T. S.,

III., 186.


Tucker, H. J.,

IX., 217.


Tucker, J. R.,

VI., 162; VII., 210.


Tucker, J. T.,

VII., 20.


Tucker, W. F.,

X., 275.


Tulane University, New Orleans, La.

, VII., 352.


Tulip,, U. S. S.,

VI., 322.


Tullahoma, Tenn.:

II., 178, 340; V., 48; IX., 99.


Tunnel Hill, Ga.:

II., 348, 350; III., 107, 318.


Tunneling: a means of escape often resorted to by prisoners of the war, VII, 140, 142, 143, 145, 147.


Tunstall's Station, Va.:

I., 51, 316, 366; IV., 75, 121.


Tupelo, Miss.:

III., 128, 326; IV., 132, 134; ruins of, IV., 137 seq.


Turchin, J. B.,

X., 91.


Turkey Hill, Va.,

I., 342, 343.


Turner, H. E.,

I., 295.


Turner, J. W.,

X., 201.


Turner, R.,

VII, 60, 94, 180.


Turner, T. P.,

VII., 57, 60, 61, 94, 180.


Turner and Crampton Gap, Md.,

II., 324.


Turner's cavalry, Confederate, I., 354.


Turner's Gap, Md.,

II., 66.


Turrets: revolving, VI., 38, 167, 266; Timby's patents for, VI., 13S; first test of, in battle, VI., 159, 161.


Tuscaloosa, Ala.:

IV., 136, 140; VII., 38; prison at, VII., 78.


Tuscaloosa,, C. S. S.:

VI., 296.


Tuscarora,, U. S. S.:

III., 312; VI., 290, 293, 300.


Tuscumbia, Ala.:

II., 332; VII., 145.


Tuscumbia,, U. S. S.,

VI., 206.


Tuttle, J. M.,

X., 205.


Twiggs, D. E.:

VII., 26; X., 263.


Tybee Island, Savannah harbor, Ga.

, VI., 310.


Tycooni, , U. S. S.,

IX., 95.


Tyler, D.:

I., 138, 151 seq., 153, 154, 163; X., 197.


Tyler, E. B.:

II., 340; III., 65, 153; X., 231.


Tyler, R. C.:

III., 346; X., 297.


Tyler, R. O.,

I., 150; X., 197.


Tyler, Gen'l, X., 19.


Tyler's Connecticut battery (see also Connecticut battery): II., 87.


Tyler's heavy artillery division, X., 119.


Tyler, Texas: prison at, VII., 49, 51.


Tyler,, U. S. S.:

I., 189, 195, 203, 204, 205 seq., 214, 356, 358, 360, 365, 368; II., 196, 198, 340; VI., 214 seq., 224, 312, 316.


Tyson, surgeon, VII., 226.

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