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Camp life

I., 51.


Camp-making VIII., 187.


Camp scenes

Viii., 224, 225; IX., 131.


Campaigning with Grant,

by H. Porter, IX., 182.


Campaigning: plan of, VIII., 50.


Campbell, A.,

VIII., 113.


Campbell, Arch.

VIII., 111.


Campbell, A. W.,

X., 297.


Campbell, C. T.,

X., 293.


Campbell, L. A.,

II., 326.


Campbell, W. B.,

X., 305.


Campbell's cavalry, Confederate, I., 350.


Campbell Station, Tenn.,

II., 346.


Campbellville, Tenn.,

III., 338.


Campbellsville, Ky.,

IV., 156.


Campti, La.,

II., 352.


Canada: as base of Confederate military, political and economic operations, VIII., 296-304.


Canal, built by the Federals on the James River, and its unsuccessful end, III., 96.


Canby, E. R. S.:

III., 346; IV., 273; VI., 258, 276; IX., 246; X., 182.


Candy, C.,

X., 89.


Cane Hill, Ark.,

II., 326.


Cane River, La.,

II., 352.


Cane River crossing, N. C.,

II., 130.


Canister, use of, V., 42.


Cannon, J. W.,

VI., 267.


Cannon: manufacture of, V., 126; rifle, V., 136 seq.; the lack of iron for manufacture of small arms, V., 134; sea-coast, V., 145; smooth-bore, V., 150; Confederate imported, manufactured, adopted and invented, V., 157; foundry of the South, VIII., 133.


Canonirus,, U. S. S.:

III., 340; VI., 131,265.


Cantey, J.,

X., 255.


Canton, Miss.,

II., 340, 344.


Cantwell, J. T.,

VII., 63.


Cape Charles, Va.,

VI., 266.


Cape Fear River, N. C.:

VI., 61, 104, 238, 257, 273, 322.


Cape Girardeau, Mo.,

II., 332.


Cape Hatteras, N. C.:

VI., 100, 146, 179, 316.


Cape Henry, Va.,

VI., 114, 266.


Cape Lookout, N. C.,

VI., 104, 124.


Capehart, H.,

X., 311.


Capers, E.,

X., 285.


Caperton's Ferry, Ala.:

II., 177; IX., 99.


Capron, A. B.,

VIII., 327.


‘Carabines à tige,’

VIII., 82.


Carbines: for cavalry, V., 136, 144, 170.


Card playing

Viii., 241.


Cardenas, Cuba, VI., 291.


Carey, an orderly, VII., 135.


Carleton, J. II., X., 195.


Carlin, W. P.:

II., :304; and staff, II., 169.


Carlisle. J. H.

V., 20 seq.


Carlisle, Pa.,

defense of, IX., 37.


Carlisle barracks, Pa.,

IV., 2.


Carmichael, R. B.,

VII., 198.


Carnegie, A.,

VIII., 346; X., 21.


Carnifex Ferry, W. Va.,

I., 350.


Carnot, L. N. M.,

I., 254.


Carondelet, Mo.,

I., 185, 216.


Carondelet,, U. S. S.:

I., 182 seq., 185, 187, 214, 217, 219, 222, 224 seq., 238, 356, 362, 366, 368; II., 196; VI., 85, 148, 211, 214, 215, 224, 312, 316.


Carr, E. A.,

II., 334; X., 175, 176.


Carr, J. B.,

X., 125.


Carrick's Ford, W. Va.,

I., 348.


Carrington, H. B.,

X., 311.


Carroll, S. S.,

II., 320; X., 199.


Carroll, W. H.,

X., 299.


Carrollton, Ga.,

IV., 140.


Carson, C. (‘Kit’ Carson), X., 221.


Cartel: VII., 98; difficulties in the application of the, VII., 104, 106, 108; of 1862, provisions of, VII., 112; for exchange, adoption of, July 22, 1862, VII., 106, 160; for exchange, suspension of, May 25, 1863, VII., 160; lack of clearness in the supplementary articles of, cause of trouble, VII., 112, 114, 116; of July 22, VII., 345; of July 22, 1862, VII., 345, Appendix A.


Carter, Anne H.

X., 52.


Carter, J. C.,

III., 340; X., 299.


Carter, S. P.,

III., 344; X., 305.


Carter, a western photographer, IV., 145.


Carters Station, Tonn., II., 328.


Carthage, Mo.,

I., 348.


Cartridges: small arms, V., 166; origin of, V., 172.


Carver Hospital, Washington, D. C.

, VII., 275.


Cary, Mrs. A.,

VII., 296.


Casamajor, G. H.:

I., 10; VIII., 9, 266; X., 2.


Case, F. F.,

VII., 125.


Caseo,, U. S. S.,

VI., 177.


Casey, S.:

I., 288, 289, 293, 324; IX., 59.


Cass, T.,

I., 343.


Cass,, U. S. S.,

VI., 82.


Cassville, Ga.,

III., 111, 112, 320.


Castle Godwin, Richmond, Va.

, VII., 40.


Castle Murray, near Auburn, Va.

, IV., 243.


Castle Pinckney, Charleston Harbor, S. C.

: I., 89, 107; Zouave Cadets at, III., 171; III., 172; big gun in, V., 181; VII., 4, 27, 38, 127; VII., 25, 54 seq.; union prisoners, VII., 27, 157; Charleston Zouave Cadets at, VII., 59.


Castle Thunder, prison, Petersburg, Va., VII., 87, 89.


Castle Thunder, Richmond, Va.

, VII., 199.


Casualties: in European battles, X., 140; in Union armies, X., 142, 144, 148; in Confederate armies, X., 142, 144, 148.


Cat Harpin Run, Va.,

I., 155.


Catlett's Station, Va.:

II., 34, 38, 39, 42; IV., 89, 92; railroad destroyed at, IV., 90, 91; Orange & Alexandria R. R. at, IV., 90; rail-road bridge near, IV., 118.


Catlin, I. S.,

IV., 22.


Catoosa Springs, Ga.,

VII., 266.


Catskill,, U. S. S.:

II., 332; VI., 128, 173.


Catterson, R. F.,

X., 203.


Cavalry: United States: volunteer, IV., 4; evolution of the American, IV., 13-38; brief descriptions of, IV., 14; of the Civil War, its evolution and influence, IV., 17; importance of, not realized at the beginning of the war, IV., 16-38; American, IV., 13 seq., 17 seq., 19; history of, from pre-revolutionary days to the end of the Civil War, IV., 18 seq.; reorganization of regular, by Congress in 1833 and 1836, IV., 22; regular, the first United States, short history of, IV., 23; Depot, Gilsboro, D. C., IV., 33; exceptionally effective in the Gettysburg campaign, June 1–July 4, 1863, IV., 32, 34; of the war, most conspicuous instances of (1864-1865), IV., 34; depot of, established in July, 1863, IV., 33, 35; in winter quarters, IV., 36, 37; difficulties of equipping, organizing and instructing, at outbreak of war, IV., 48; foraging by, usual means of obtaining supplies, IV., 49; its organization and equipment, IV., 39-70; poor slowing of, in first two years of the war, IV., 48; Northern and Southern, efficiency of, compared, IV., 50, 52; quarter-master, perpetual motion of, IV., 51; volunteer regiments, armament of, IV., 52, 56, 58; water, necessity of, one of the greatest obstacles in the path of, IV., 59; improvement in, IV., 60; volunteer, unnecessary overburdening of, IV., 62, regular rations of, IV., 63; mess house for, IV., 63 seq.; numerous casualties among the horses of, and causes, IV., 65; business of transporting hay for, IV., 65; hay depot of, IV., 65 seq.; poverty of equipment of its men and horses, IV., 66, 67; horseshoeing shops, IV., 68, 69, 70; Union and Confederate, efficiency of, in the Gettysburg campaign, IV., 88, 92; destruction of railroads by, IV., 99; mess house, Federal, at Washington, D. C., IV., 107 seq.; raids of, IV., 115-140; leaving camp, IV., 116, 117; with infantry on provost-guard duty, IV., 182, 183; true value appreciated by authorities, 1864, IV., 189; detail guarding a wagon-train, 1862, IV., 191; brief description of one of the companies of, IV., 195; camp building, IV., 197; scout, typical episode in the life of, IV., 201; screening of the army's movements by, IV., 203; battles and charges, IV., 215-258; regiment in formation, IV., 218; losses of horses and mien in a momentous action of (June 27, 1862), IV., 220, 222; action, conspicuous (June 27, 1862), IV., 220; the first great charge of, during the Civil War (June 27, 1862), IV., 221; decisive actions of, March 17 and June 9, 1863, IV., 224; officers, reunion of, IV., 229; trial of strength with that of the South, March 17, 1863, IV., 233; formation in a hollow square, IV., 235; western branch of the Federal army; important duties and enviable reputation of, IV., 241; usefulness and activities of, IV., 242, 244, 248, 250, 252; capture of valuable supplies by, during the valley campaign, IV., 252; of the West, IV., 254; part of, in the siege and taking of Richmond, IV., 253, 255; of the southwest, IV., 254, 256, 258; the beau sabreur of, IV., 275; mounts for all the, IV., 309; immense cost of caring for horses of, IV., 322, 325; depots, Union, equipment and management of, IV., 328, 330, 334, 336; to guard the District of Columbia, IV., 329.


Cavalry: Confederate: causes of diminishing numbers and lack of efficiency of, IV., 38, 42, 71 seq.; in the East, IV., 71, 114; leaders, IV., 72; in its unorganized state and exploits of, IV., 77; brilliant movement of, under Stuart, IV., 80; raids of, and their effect upon the North, in the first two years of the war, IV., 83; unsuccessful raid and clever escape of, October, 1863, IV., 92, 94, 96, 100, 101; rapid decline of, from 1864 to end of war, IV., 103; plundering of horses by, IV., 105; invasion of West Virginia by, IV., 104, 106; successful raid of, to capture Union cattle (September, 1864), IV., 110; raids of, IV., 115, 140; in the West, equipment of, during the early and later period of the war, IV., 145; constant blows of, to material resources of the North, ineffectual, IV., 153; important factor in Union defeat at Chickamauga, IV., 158, 160; necessity of guarding Union lines of communication against attacks by, IV, 184, 185; almost annihilated by the cavalry corps, end of July, 1864; IV., 242.


Cavalry Bureau

Iv., 256, 326, 328, 336; VIII., 185.


Cavalry crossing a Ford,

Walt Whitman, IX., 134.


Cavalry Horses: care of, test of efficency of a trooper, IV., 42; farriers of, IV., 44, 45 seq.; camps of, IV., 116; necessity of providing food and shelter for, IV., 199; strappings of, IV., 315; loss of, through disease and overwork, IV., 317; orderly with an officer's mount, IV., 319, 337; a thousand Federal, IV., 320, 321, 322-337; terrible losses of, IV., 322, 324: method of obtaining and training for, IV., 326; foot diseases the bane of, IV., 330; in the South, VIII., 52.


Cavalry Leaders: opinion of, in regard to cavalry and its military value, IV., 18, 236, 237, 238, 239, 260, 261, 262-288; North and South, IV., 259-288; distinguished officers who received the thanks of Congress (July, 1865), IV., 263.


Cavalry Pickets, Scouts and Couriers, IV., 79, 181-203, 193.


Cawthorn's Brigade, Confederate, I., 350.


Cayuqa,, U. S. S.:

I., 227, 234: VI., 55, 190.


Cedar Creek, Va.:

III., 158, 159, 160, 164, 165, 168, 338; IV., 252-263; IX., 70 seq.; skirmish of, IX., 217.


Cedar Keys, Fla.,

VI., 123.


Cedar Level, Va.,

regimental commissary at, VIII., 53.


Cedar Mountains, Va.:

II., 9, 13, 15, 21, 25, 28, 27, 31, 38, 39, 320; V., 34 seq.; VII., 33; Confederate hospital at, VII., 245; losses at, X., 142, 156.


Cedar Run, Va.

(see also Cedar Mountain, Va.), II., 21, 25, 27; VII., 245; railroad bridge across, IV., 118, 119.


Cedar Springs, Va.,

III., 338.


Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg, Pa.

: III., 202; IV., 234; V., 40; VIII., 122.


Cemetery Ridge, Gettysburg, Pa.

: I., 73; II., 231, 260; Meade's headquarters at, II., 261; IV., 236.


Censorship: of newspapers, VIII., 270; of telegraph lines, VIII., 346.


Centralia, Mo.,

III., 332.


Centreville, La.,

II., 332.


Centreville, Va.:

I., 149, 150, 162, 163 seq.; Confederate entrenchments at, I., 166; II., 45, 46, 51, 53; Quaker Run, at, V., 203; stone church at, VII., 257.


Century magazine,

IX., 37.


Ceres,

U. S. I., 356; III., 318.


Chadwick, F. E.:

I., 7, 11, 88, 89; VI., 13, 18; historical illustrations within Confederate lines, VIII., 105.


Chaffin's Bluff, Va.:

I., 119; V., 141, 262, 261, 305, 317, 320; battery at, V., 316.


Chaille, S. E., VII., 18, 290, 352.


Chain bridge, Georgetown, D. C.

, V., 75, 96, 97; VIII., 88, 94, 96.


Chalk Bluff, Ark.,

III., 346.


Chalk Bluffs, Mo.,

I., 364.


Chalmers, J. R.:

I., 97, 195, 201 seq., 204, 205, 368; II., 330, 344; IV., 34, 153, 256.


Chamberlain, J. L.,

at battle of Gettysburg, II., 253; X., 209.


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