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Uhlster, W. E., IX., 217.


Ullman, D.,

X., 227.


Unadilla,, U. S. S.:

II., 330; III., 342; men on the, VI., 271.


Underwood, Capt.

C. S. A., VII., 123.


Underwood's farm, Mo.,

I., 352.


Underwriter,, U. S. S.,

VI., 320, 356.


Uniforms: of different States, U. S. Army, VIII., 78; variety of, VIII., 78, 80, 95, 151, 159; Confederate change, front gray to brown, VIII., 120; Confederate lack of, VIII., 131), 142, 151, 156-157, 159.


Union: the blockade by, as a means of overpowering the South, I., 90, 92; plan of war, four main objectives in, I., 96; forces and losses of, during the war, I., 102; supplies, ammunition, etc., captured at Manassas by, II., 41, 41; troops, losses of, II., 81; army relieved of its perilous situation, II., 296, 297, 299; campaign, plans of, in April, 1864, by U. S. Grant, III., 14, 15, 16; possessions, April, 1864, III., 15, 16; transports, organization and efficiency of, III., 31, 33; canvas pontoon boats in 18, 64, III., 121; troops, gradual withdrawal of, to other points from the capital, III., 153; cavalry, its successful operations in the ‘Valley’ in 1864, III., 167; abundance versus Southern starvation, III., 182; recruits, city and country, compared, III., 272, 273; and Confederate armies, losses of, in the war, III., 347; supplies, great wealth of, August, 1862, IV., 95; fleet steaming up the Alabama River, IV., 138; blockhouses along railroads as means of protection to lines of communication, IV., 149, 151; loss of supplies, estimation of, in the great raid by General Wheeler, IV., 164; ammunition-train, right of way afforded to, IV., 216-217; cavalry completely subordinated to infantry in first half of war, IV., 220; ram flotilla, VI., 314; surgeons-general and their work, VII., 347, 348; fleet bombarded by Confederate battery, VIII., 107; soldiers, 1865, IX., 329; percentage tables of losses in battles, X., 124; armies, losses, X., 148; army tabular statements of, X., 150; army, regimental casualties of, X., 152 seq.; casualties of regiments during entire term of service, X., 154; reserves on picket duty, X., 288, 289.


Union, Loudon Co., Va.

, II., 326.


Union,, U. S. S.,

VI., 308.


Union battery, No. 1, two miles below Yorktown, Va., I., 269.


Union battery, No. 4, Yorktown, Va.: I, 253, 255.


Union Church, Va.

(see also Cross Keys, Va.), I., 366.


Union City, Tenn.,

II., 350.


Union Mills, Va.:

I., 161; II., 43; O. & A. Railroad at, V., 283; bridge at, V., 285; regimental headquarters at, VIII., 239.


Union Pacific Railroad

V., 72.


Unionville, Tenn.,

II., 330.


United,

by B. Sleed, IX., 190, 191.


United Confederate Veterans

I., 19.


United States,, U. S. S.,

VI., 19, 44, 54.


United States Army: number mustered into, I., 102; vital records of, I., 102; War Department, I., 102 seq.; cavalry in the Civil War as model for European nations, IV., 16; record and pension office, statistics of Confederate prisoners, VII., 43, 50; commissary-general of prisoners, VII., 53; commissary-general of prisoners, office of, Washington, D. C., VII., 83, 349; supplies of, in the East, VIII., 32; in the field, VIII., 32; supplies of, in West, VIII., 32; paint shop, VIII., 40; trimming shop, VIII., 40; field repair train, VIII., 40; repair shops, office of, VIII., 40; wheelwright shop, VIII., 40; quartermaster's department, responsibility of, VIII., 44; transports, VIII., 45; subsistence department, its responsibilities, VIII., 46; Washington, I). C., advantages in, transportation service, VIII., 46; wagons, VIII., 47; quartermaster-general, efficiency of its railroad transportation, VIII., 48; government lumber yard, Washington, D. C., VIII., 51; government clothing of, VIII., 54; quartermaster's department, Washington, D. C., uniforming men, VIII., 54; War Department, efficiency of, VIII., 56; dishonest army contractors, VIII., 54, 56; preparations to defend the capital, VIII., 70; organizing in the West, VIII., 71; military cadets drilling artillery raw recruits, VIII., 76; variety of uniforms, VIII., 78; various gunners' uniforms, VIII., 78; frauds of contractors, VIII., 84; quartermaster's department, VIII., 344 seq.; age of enlistment in, VIII., 190; summary of organizations in, X., 150; casualties of regiments, X., 154; roster of general officers, X., 301. Engineer Corp.,: bridge building by, II., 19; problems of, in Civil War, V., 222; inception of, V., 224; reorganization of, V., 224; Company B, V., 225; composition before 1861, V., 226; at Harper's Ferry, Va., V., 228; Peninsula campaign, V., 228; topographical engineers before Yorktown, Va., V., 229; Corps of, V., 229, 232; at Antietam, Md., V., 232; in Chancellorsville, Va., campaign, V., 232; reorganization of, V., 232; at work, V., 233; at Cold Harbor and James River, Va., V., 240 seq.; Company D, in front of Petersburg., V., 247; Engineer Corps at Arlington Heights, Va., VIII, 89. Artillery: I., 21; Randolph's Battery, I, 354; Thompson's Battery, I, 354; II., 324; regular, V., 18 seq. First, Battery A, I., 352, 351; Battery B, V., 151; Battery F, I., 354; Battery G, I., 86, 346; VIII., 156; Battery L., I., 354; II., 326. Second, I., 348; V., 33; Battery A, V., 33; Battery B, II., 336; Battery C, I., 354; Battery D, I., 22, 350, 362; II., 228; Battery E, I., 350; Company E (colored), III., 328: Battery F, I., 350; Battery F (colored), III., 32.1; Battery F, V., 37; Battery G, I., 350; company H, I., 352; Battery H, I., 354; Battery K, I., 354; Battery L, II., 336; Battery M, I., 350. Third, Gibson's Battery, I., 281; II., 350; Batteries C and G, V., 33; Battery C, VII., 169; Battery E, I., 348, 350, 366; II., 326; V., 14. Fourth, V., 14, 15; Battery E, I., 360;, 366; II., 336; Battery, I., 352; Battery K, II., 344. Fifth, I., 360; barracks of Heavy Artillery (colored), II., 205; II., 350; V., 35, 38; VIII., 193; Battery D, I, 350; V., 21; Battery F, I., 364; Battery I., II., 336; Battery (colored), II., 364; Battery 1, II., 336. Eighth, colored, II., 350. Cavalry: First, I., 350; IV., 23 seq., 46, 47; X., 60; Second, Company B, I., 348; II., 336; IV., 32, 35, 46, 190, 213, 215, 242, 244, 337; X., 58; Third (colored,) II., 348, 350; III., 342; IV., 46; Fourth, I., 356; Fifth, I., 2,9, II., 336; (colored). III., 332; IV., 47, 85; Company B, IV., 212, 220, 221; officers of, IV., 223, 225, 229; Sixth, II., 336; (colored), III., 332; IV., 46, 47, 88, 243; Eighth, I., 112. Chasseurs: First, Union, I., 350, [33] Dragoons: First, IV., 22, 23, 46, 244, 316; Second, IV., 22, 24, 46. Mounted Rifles: Third, I., 350.


Infantry: First, I., 358; Il, 332; Second, I., 348, 350; VIII., 308; Third, I., 348; Company C, I., 352, 354; Company E, I., 352, 354; Fifth, I., 358; Il, 332; Seventh, I., 350, 358; Eighth, Company A, I., 346, 348; colored, II., 350; Ninth colored, IX., 352; Tenth, I., 358; Eleventh Camp of, at Alexandria, Va., VIII., 222, 223; statistics of losses, VIII., 223; Thirteenth, X., 86; colored, IV., 163; Fourteenth (colored), III., 338; Fifteenth, I., 360; Eighteenth, II., 324; X., 124; Twenty-sixth (colored), III., 340; Twenty-ninth (colored), III., 202; Thirty-second, 340; Thirty-third (colored), III., 340; Thirty-fourth (colored), III., 340; Thirty-fifth (colored), III., 340; Forty-fourth (colored), III., 332; Forty-seventh (colored), II., 348; Forty-ninth (colored), II., 350; Fifty-fourth (colored), II., 350; Fifty-fifth (colored), III., 324; Fifty-ninth (colored), III., 324; Sixtieth (colored), III., 328; Sixty-first (colored), III., 330; Sixty-second (colored), III., 338,346; Seventy-ninth (colored), 352; III., 332; losses, X., 154; Eighty-second (colored), III., 332; Ninety-second (colored), officers of, VII., 117; One hundred and second (colored), III., 340; One hundred and sixth (colored), III., 332; One hundred and tenth (colored), III., 332; One hundred and fourteenth (colored), III., 332; One hundred and twenty-seventh (colored), VII., 65. Sharpshooters: First, I., 364; II, 346; Second, III, 332.


United States Christian Commission: amount of money raised by, VII., 17; meaning of organization, VII., 17; work of, VII., 322 seq.; office of, VII., 322, 323; headquarters of the, in the field, 1864, VII., 337; distribution of supplies at White House, Va., VII., 342, 343, 344.


United States Coast Survey: V., 251.


United States General Hospital, Jeffersonville, Ind.

, VII, 214.


United States Marine Corps: officers and privates of, VI., 68, 69.


United States Marine Hospital, Evansville, Ind.

: VII, 233.


United States Medical Department: type of hospital recommended by, VII, 214; Army of the Cumberland, medical directors of, VII., 216, 218 seq.; personnel of, before the war, VII., 220; reduction in numbers of, at outbreak of war, VII., 220, 222, 236, 346 seq.; medical inspectors, VII., 346.


United States Military Academy: Class of 1860, VIII., 185.


United States Military Railway Construction Corps: bureau of military railways, Il, 125; V., 12, 275, 277, 279, 281, 285, 287, 291, 295; swift repair work of, V., 300, 301.


United States Military Telegraph Service (see also Telegraph Service): construction corps, I., 41; VIII., 342 seq., 349; stringing wires in the field, VIII, 349, 351; City Point, Va., VIII., 359, 361; in Richmond, Va., VIII., 363; train in Richmond at last, VIII, 367.


United States Navy (see also Navy): VI., 32, 46; organization of the, VI., 46 seq., 90; first expedition of the, V., 92 seq.; surgeons of, VII., 318; signalmen, VIII., 335.


United States Sanitary Commission (see also Sanitary Commission): VII., 17, 45, 68, 73, 134, 164, 171, 219; at Fredericksburg, Va., VII., 268, 287, 295; work of, VII, 322 seq.; central office of, in Washington, D. C., VII., 324, 325; officers and nurses at Fredericksburg, Va., VII., 326; Belle Plain, Va., supply wagons, VII., 327; origin and organization of, VII., 328 seq.; and other relief agencies, VII., 328-344; its origin, organization and scope, VII., 328; nurses of, VII., 329; ‘Home’ at Washington, D. C., VII., 331; receipts of, from fairs held, VII., 335, 336, 338; history of the, VII., 347.


United States Signal Service (see also Signal Service): signal corps officers, VIII., 13, 305 seq., 307 seq.; high mortality rate in, VIII., 307, 318, 328; experts of, VIII., 308, 309, 312 seq.; authorized, VIII., 314; organization of, VIII., 314; commanders of, VIII., 314; headquarters, VIII., 317, 327; officers of, VIII., 327; officers, Army of the Potomac, VIII., 327; signaling from Meade's headquarters, VIII., 329; headquarters, Washington, D.


C.

VIII., 333; mustering out the corps, VIII., 339.


Universality of relief established by sanitary commission

Vii, 336.


Universe,, U. S. S.,

I, 203.


University of Georgia

Ix., 27,29,31.


University of Louisiana

X., 28, 84.


University of South Carolina, I, 14.


University of Virginia

Viii., 114.


University of Washington and Lee (see also Washington and Lee University), I., 17.


Upperville, Va.,

II., 336.


Upton, E.:

III., 57, 58, 60; IV., 138, 148; VIII., 196; X., 130, 227.


Utah, Military District of, I., 197.

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