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Chamberlain, W. H.,

X., 2.


Chambers, A.,

X., 205.


Chambersburg, Pa.:

III., 141 seq., 150, 161; IV., 75, 80.


Chambliss, J. R., Jr.

: IV., 283 seq.; V., 322; X., 155.


Chameleon,, C. S. S.,

VI., 298.


Champion Hill, Miss.:

II., 189, 218, 334, 340.


Chancellor, V.,

VIII., 295.


Chancellor house

Ii., 121, 121.


Chancellorsville, Va.:

I, Va.: I., 21, 136, 167; II., 9, 85, 103, 106, 113, 115, 122, 128, 197, 229, 238, 270, 334; III., 36, 40, 45, 48; IV., 122; V., 72, 212, 294; Federal entrenchments at, V., 212; VII., 308, 338; VIII., 18, 63, 65, 99, 230, 232; IX., 190; battle of, IX., 61, 63, 65, 79, 91, 345; losses at, X., 142.


Chancellorsville, Va.:

campaign, II., 98; V., 68, 98, 232; IX., 157, 190.


Chandler, A. B.,

VIII., 346 seq.


Chandler, D. T.,

VII., 80.


Chantilly, Va.,

II., 51, 52, 322; V., 36: X., 112.


Chapin, E. P.,

X., 137.


Champlains of the Ninth Army Corps

Viii., 257.


Chaplin, J. C.,

VI., 98.


Chaplin Hills, Ky.,

X., 156.


Chapman J. C.

VI. 97.


Chapultepec, Mex.,

I., 143.


Chargers: three famous, that bore a nation's destiny, IV., 299, 291.


Chariton River, Mo.,

II., 320.


Charles the Hammer

I., 30.


Charles City Court House, Va.:

I., 317; III., 89; highway near, IV., 83.


Charles City Cross roads, Va.,

I., 366.


Charles City Road, Va.,

V., 320.


Charleston, Mo.,

I., 356.


Charleston, S. C.:

I., 35, 39, 42; Volunteer company of, I., 89, 94, 103, 107, 109, 143, 33, 361; II., 319, 330, 333, 335; III., 11, 46; the uncaptured fort, III., 169, 170, 171; Zouave Cadets, III., 171; ‘The Battery,’ III., 172, 173; after bombardment, III., 174, 237; Mills House, III., 329; Circular Church, III., 329; Washington Artillery Company of, V., 60; attack and defense at, V., 109; Cummings Point, V., 117; south battery in, V., 119; Blakely gun, V., 120; wreck of Blakely gun in, V., 120; fortifications of, V., 121, 151, 154; ‘Floating Battery,’ V., 155, 156, 160, 218, 254; arsenal at, V., 170; arsenal torpedoes, shot and shell collected in, V., 189; VI., 15, 17, 23, 24, 28, 34, 114, 116, 122, 124, 128, 140, 173, 238, 267, 274, 308, 310, 312, 314, 318, 320, 322; Zouave Cadets, VII., 4, 27, 59, 127, 147, 157; Union prisoners in, VII., 25, 38, 59, 89, 122, 160; Roper Hospital, VII., 161; O'Connor House, VII., 161, 163, 164 seq., 174, 176, 340; threatened secession begun, VIII., 68, 115; Washington Light Infantry, VIII., 115, 117, 167; McClellan's Zouaves, company of, VIII., 153, 335; Confederate signal tower, VIII., 313; ruins of, IX., 39; Circular Church in, IX., 39; ruins of Secession Hall, IX., 45; Cathedral of St. John and St. Finbar, IX., 47; war time in, IX., 49; ‘The City Bides the Foe,’ IX., 49.; Central Church, IX., 51; Magnolia Cemetery at, IX., 274, 277; Federal graves at, IX., 281; ruins of Pinckney mansion, IX., 319, 321; fire of December, 1861, IX., 321; captured arms in, IX., 333; Fort Sumter celebration, IX., 334, 335; harbor, X., 156.


Charleston, Tenn.,

II., 348.


Charleston, W. Va.,

I., 364; II., 344.


Charleston,’

H. Timrod, IX., 48.


Charleston,

ship, VIII., 45.


Charlottesville, Va.,

IV., 96, 110.


Chartres, Due de, I., 115.


Chase, S. P.,

I., 28; X., 12.


Chase, W. H.:

demands surrender of Fort Pickens, Fla., VIII., 156.


Chasseur,, U. S. S.,

I., 356.


Chatfield, S. C.,

battery at, V., 110, 117.


Chattahoochee bridge, Ga.,

III., 121.


Chattahoochee River, Ga.:

III., 18, 119, 124, 130, 216, 326.


Chattahoochie Creek, bridge over, V., 299.


Chattanooga, Tenn.:

I., 94, 96, 121, 128, 132, 136; II., 146, 166, 178, 272. 289; headquarters of Gen. G. H. Thomas at, II., 291; famine threatening the Union army before battle of, II., 294; Federal troops in, II., 309; Union and Confederate losses at, II., 318, 346; III., 16, 30, 114, 214, 216, 220, 222, 253, 346; Federal cavalry guarding, IV., 147 seq., 160, 241; V., 50; captured Confederate guns at V., 69, 206, 208, 251, 254, 292, 298, 302; VI., 233, 234; VII., 35, 266, 272; Confederate prisoners at, VII., 37; Confederate food supplies, reinforced, VIII., 52, 103, 207, 208; where Sherman's march began, VIII., 219; troops at ‘Indian Mound.’


VIII., 219; Ohio First, Light Art., VIII., 249, 252, 277, 325, 356, 358, 360; railroad near Knoxville, Tenn., VIII., 362; IX., 101, 115, 182, 327.


Chattanooga and Nashville Rail-road, II., 273, 274.


Chattanooga Creek, military bridge over, II., 315.


Chattanooga River

Ix., 170.


Chattanooga,, U. S. S.,

II., 297, 299, 310; V., 292.


Cheat Mountain, W. Va.,

I., 352.


Cheat River, W. Va.,

IV., 104.


Cheatham, Adj.

VII., 88.


Cheatham, B. F.,

II., 326; III., 132, 134; X., 251, 264.


Cheatham, F.,

X., 298.


Cheatham, W. S.,

I., 360.


Cheer Boys, Cheer,

E. C. Foster, IX., 346.


Cheney, J. W.,

I., 19.


Cherbourg, France

Vi., 320.


Cherokee,, U. S. S.,

III., 342.


Cherokees

Ii., 287.


Chesapeake, Va.,

VI., 314.


Chesapeake Bay

I., 88; II., 19; V., 80.


Chesapeake Hospital, Hampton, Va.

, VII., 233.


Chess game at headquarters

Viii., 241.


Cheater Gap, Va.,

II., 326, 342; III., 28.


Chester Station, Va.,

III., 320.


Chesterfield, Va.,

IV., 126; bridge at, IV., 127.


Chestnut, J.,

X., 283.


Chevaux-de-friese, Atlanta, Ga.

, defenses, V., 199.


Chew, R. P.,

IV., 108.


Chewa Station, Ga.,

III., 326.


Chew's Va. Battalion, Confederate, I., 360.


Chicago, Ill.,

Camo Douglas: VII., 22, 73; mustering a regiment, VIII., 74.


Chichester, C. E.,

I., 89, 107; VII., 4, 127, 157; VIII., 147.


Chickahominy, Va.:

I., 278, 284, 285, 286, 287, 296, 313, 314, 315, 316; bridges at, I., 320; lower bridge, I., 321; Woodbury's bridge, I., 321, 330; III., 82, 84, 90; place where Gen. Stuart crossed, IV., 85 seq., 224; bridge over, IV., 227.


Chickahominy River: bridge at, V., 230, 310, 320; VIII., 158.


Chickamauga, Ga.:

I., 128, 132; a Confederate victory, II., 269-288; the bloodiest conflict in the West, II., 272-288; position of the two respective armies at, II., 278; an excellent word picture of the battle of, II., 282, 284; battlefield, II., 283; Union and Confederate losses at, II., 288; one of the most destructive battles of the war, that of, II., 288; subordinate generals of the North and South as recipients of the highest honors at, II., 288; Leet's tanyard at, II., 344; III., 115; IV., 34, 158, 204, 254; artillery, Federal at, V., 48; entrenchments, Federal at, V., 206, 208, 292; VII., 37; VIII., 238; IX., 99, 101, 244 seq., 327, 345; X., 122; losses at, X., 126, 156.


Chickamauga Creek, Ga.:

Lee & Gordon's mills, at II., 270; ‘The bloodiest battle-field of the Civil War,’ II., 270, 271, 298, 318; IX., 99, 111.


Chickasaw, Ala.,

III., 344.


Chickasaw, Miss.,

II., 204.


Chickasaw Bayou, Miss.:

II., 184, 200, 328; VI., 221.


Chickasaw Bluffs, Miss.,

II., 182, 185, 202.


Chickasaw,, U. S. S.,

VI., 247.


Chicora,, C. S. S.:

II., 330; VI., 124, 239, 272, 318.


Childs, J. H.,

I., 331.


Chilesburg, Va.,

IV., 124.


Chillicothe,, U. S. S.:

II., 330; VI., 206, 208, 228.


Chilton, R. H.,

59; X., 319.


Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, Va.

, VII., 243, 263, 282 seq.


Chimborazo,

canal-boat, VII., 282.


Chincoteague Inlet, Va.,

VI., 310.


Chippewa,, U. S. S.:

I., 362; III., 342.


Chisolm, J. J.,

VII., 250.


Choctaw,, U. S. S.:

I., 77; II., 186, 336; VI., 207.


Choper, R.,

VII., 115.


Christ Church, Alexandria, Va.

, VII., 234; X., 53.


Christmas Night of ‘62,

W. G. McCabe, IX., 148.


Chronological summary and record of historical events

I., 346.


Chronology: battles and action, I., 346-368; II., 320-352; III., 318-346; VI., 308-322.


Chrysler, M. H.,

X., 223.


Church, W. C.,

II., 142; X., 7, 25, 26, 32.


Church, oldest in America, II., 351; built by engineers, VIII., 257.


Churchill, T.,

X., 257.


Churchill, T. J.,

II., 330.


Churchill's Battery, Confederate, I., 352.


Cilley, J. P.,

X., 209.


Cimarron,, U. S. S.,

VI., 316.


Cincinnati, Ohio,

II., 64; army repair shops at, VIII., 40, 82.


Cincinnati,’

horse of U. S. Grant, IV., 291-298; X., 301.


Cincinnati,, U. S. S.:

I., 182 seq., 185, 215, 222, 237, 238, 356, 362; II. 187, 222; VI., 35, 83, 85, 149, 214, 216, 220, 221, 314, 318; IX., 271.


Cipher messages

Viii., 350.


Cist, H. M.,

X., 237.


Citico Creek, Tenn.,

II., 295.


‘Citadel,’ at Port Hudson, II., 215; a ‘Quaker gun,’

II., 215.


City of Memphis,

U. S. hospital boat, VII., 318, 319.


City Hospital, Richmond, Va.

, VII., 243.


City Point, Va.:

I., 37, 133 seq.; III., 17, 181, 183, 248, 320, 328, 334; cavalry stables at, IV., 57; V., 243, 296; camp of construction corps, U. S. Military railroads at, V., 275; explosion at, V., 187; wharves burned at, V., 291; troops at, V., 291; VI., 114, 125, 275; VII., 99, 102, 107, 111-221; ‘Bull Ring’ at, VII., 185; the Planter bringing medical supplies to, VII., 227; General Hospital at, VII., 281; ambulance trains at, VII., 313; guarding supplies, VIII., 21; supplies shipped, VIII., 32; supplies, VIII., 39, 43; loading supply wagons, VIII., 53; N. Y. Thirteenth Art. at, VIII., 243; secret service headquarters at, VIII., 283, 357, 364, 368; U. S. military telegraph operators at, VIII., 359, 361; Grant and staff at, IX., 113; cemetery at, IX., 281; soldiers' graves, IX., 281; Grant at, X., 41.


Civil War: important battle grounds of, I., 2; map of important engagements of, I., 2; Brady-Gardner negatives, I., 18; photographic descriptions of, valuable records, I., 32 seq.; photographic history of, II., 1; bloodiest single day's fighting of the, II., 4; various occupations and trades of the soldiers of the, II., 149; end of the greatest, in history, III., 316; engagements of the, May, 1864–May, 1805, III., 316-346; a hopeless struggle from the point of view of a member of the Confederacy, IV., 204, 206; campaigns, compared with European campaigns, VIII., 34, 36; its meaning, VIII., 42; losses in battle, X., 142; numbers and losses, X., 150.


Civil War,

C. D. Shanly, IX., 202.


‘Civil War Garrison,’

St. Augustine, Fla., II., 347.


Clanton, J. H.,

X., 253.


Clanton's Cavalry, Confederate, I., 360.


Claremont General Hospital, Alexandria, Va.

, VII., 235.


Clarence,

brig., VI., 292.


Clarendon, Ark.:

St. Charles River at, III., 324 VI., 223.


Clark, A. K.,

VIII., 139; X., 2.


Clark, C.,

I., 360: X., 277.


Clark, F. P.,

X., 101.


Clark, J. B.,

X., 279.


Clark, S. M. E.,

VII., 125.


Clark, W. A.,

X., 2.


Clark, W. T.,

X., 205.


Clark, Fort, N. C.

(see also Fort Clark, N. C.), VI., 269.


Clarke, G. J.,

VIII., 327.


Clarke, J. F.,

IX., 154.


Clarke, J. W.,

VIII., 133.


Carke's Cavalry,’

IV., 76.


Clark's Battery, Confederate, I., 352, 358.


Clark's Mountain, Va.,

II., 40.


Clarkson, T. S.,

X., 296.


Clarksville, Tenn.,

I., 215; II., 322.


Class of 1860, VIII., 185.


Clay, C. C., Jr.

VIII., 294.


Clayton, H. D.,

II., 288.


Clayton, H. De L., II., 288; X., 253.


Clayton, P.,

X., 207.


Cleburne, P. R.:

II., 155, 172, 282, 322, 326; III., 116, 120, 122, 340; IV., 318; VIII., 103; X., 145, 264.


Clergymen among the volunteers

Viii., 101, 110.


Clem, ‘Johnny’ drummer boy, VIII., 192.


Clendenin, C. R.,

VII., 209.


Clendenin's raid, II., 336.


Cleveland, G.,

IX., 29, 36.


Cleveland, Ohio,

mustering a regiment, VIII., 74.


Clifton, Va.,

IV., 194.


Clifton,, U. S. S.:

II., 330; VI., 190, 320.


Clinch Rifles, Augusta, Ga.

, VIII., 139, 141; X., 121; Macon, Ga., IX., 244 seq.


Clinch River

Ii., 313.


Clingman, T. L.,

II., 328; X., 281.


Clinton, Sir Henry, IX., 321.


Clinton, Miss.,

II., 340, 344.


Clinton guard,’

N. Y. Sixty-first Inf., III., 201.


Cloth for uniforms, scarcity of, in the South, VIII., 142.


Clothing: for the armies, VIII., 54, 56; supply depots, Confederate, VIII., 56; supply depots U. S. army, VIII., 56.


Cloutersville, La.,

II., 352.


Cloyds Mountain, Va.,

III., 320.


Clustee, Fla, II., 349.


Clymer, G.,

VI., 127.


Cobb, H.:

II., 92, 94, 96; III., 230; VII., 100, 122; X., 263.


Cobb, T. R. R.:

II., 81, 326, 328; X., 151.


Cobb's Hill Tower, Petersburg, Va.

, VIII., 310.


Cobb's Point, N. C.:

I., 356; Confederate battery at, VI., 312.


Cobham, G. A., Jr.

II., 302.


Cocke, P. St. G.,

V., 64; X., 319.


Cochrane, J.,

X., 223.


Cockrell, F. M.,

II., 320; III., 340.


Cockrell, J. H.,

X., 279.


Cockrell's cavalry, Confederate. II., 320.


Cockrill, M. S.,

V., 65.


Code signals

Viii., 316.


Coe, C.,

IX., 351.


Coehorn mortars

V., 50, 54.


Coeur de Lion,, U. S. S.,

VIII., 374.


Coffeeville, Miss.,

II., 326.


Coggin's Point, Va.,

IV., 110.


Colburn, A. V.,

I., 331, 337.


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