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Cold Harbor, Va.:

I., 39, 366, 367; III., 11, 17, 78, 79-84, 85, 86-92, 180, 188, 190, 322; IV., 210-245; Burnett House at, IV., 245; V., 21, 27, 70, 214, 239, 240, 260; VIII., 63, 110, 115; on the march to, VIII., 198, 199, 209, 250; IX., 348.


Coldwater, Miss.,

II., 206; VI., 208.


Cole, C. H.,

executed as a spy, VIII., 298.


Cole, D.,

VIII., 281, 289.


Coleman, C.,

VII., 21.


Coleman, C. E.,

Confederate scout, VIII., 292.


Colgrove, S.,

X., 203.


Collins, N.,

VI., 271, 293, 294, 322.


Colm's Battalion, I., 358.


Colorado troops: Cavalry: First, I., 360: Second, I., 358, 360.


Colorado,, U. S. S.:

I., 352; III., 340; V., 267; VI., 48, 51, 188, 310.


Colquitt, A. H.,

II., 67, 350; X., 113.


Colston, F. M.,

I., 14; V., 72; X., 27.


Colston, R. E.,

III., 322; X., 109.


Colt,, C. S. S.,

VI., 106.


Columbia, S. C.:

State armory at, I., 33; III., 240, 241, 242, 243, 246, 251, 254, 256, 258, 342; V., 166; IX., 166: scene in, IX., 313.


Columbia Flying Artillery

I., 103.


Columbia,, C. S. S.,

VI., 123.


Columbia,, U. S. S.,

VI., 54.


Columbiads: guns at Fort Totten, Va.,

V., 103; 10-inch guns, V., 133; 15-inch guns, V., 137; with iron bands added, V., 157; guns, V., 168.


Columbus, Ga.,

III., 346; V., 166.


Columbus, Ky.,

I., 214, 218; II., 183.


Columbus, Ohio,

state penitentiary at, IV., 175; VII., 141, 150.


Columbus,, U. S. S.,

VI., 54.


Colvill, W.,

I., 147; II., 244.


Colyer, V.,

VII., 17.


Combahee River, S. C.,

III., 342.


Commanders with veteran armies

Viii., 240-244.


Commercialism of American people

X., 128; militant spirit subordinated to, X., 128-138.


Commissary: buildings of, at Alexandria, Va.

, VIII., 38; factors in successful warfare, VIII., 44; headquarters of, IV., 49 seq.; contracts made by, VIII., 52; headquarters of, Army of the Potomac, VIII., 213.


Commissary general of prisoners: Union and Confederate offices of, VII., 38, 40; of prisoners, selection of Northern site for prison by, VII., 64, 69; of prisoners, 1864, VII., 83; of prisoners in the North, efficiency of, VII., 180, 182; of the Confederacy, unequal to his responsibilities, VII., 182; of prisoners, records of arrest by, from February, 1862, till close of the war, VII., 208.


Commissioners for exchange of prisoners in the East and terms of exchange (July, 1862), VII., 109.


Commodore,

wrecker engine, VIII., 27.


Commodore Barney,, U. S. S.,

I., 356.


Commodore Hall,, U. S. S.,

III., 318.


Commodore Jones,, U. S. S.,

III., 320; VI., 320.


Commodore Perry,, U. S. S.:

I., 356; VI., 262, 263, 254, 316.


Compton Ferry, Mo.,

II., 320.


Comstock, C. B.,

IX., 113.


Conestoga,, U. S. S.:

I., 189, 215, 356, 366; II., 196; VI., 214, 222, 310, 312.


Confederacy, Capital of the, V., 108.


Confederacy, Daughters of, I., 14, 19.


Confederacy, ordnance of, V., 155.


Confederate States of America: secret service, I., 25, 31, 42; troops, view of, I., 27; earthworks, I., 59; photographs, I., 86-110; photographs, unpublished, I., 86, 87; enlistments and soldiers, I., 91, 93, 95, 97; troops, number of, I., 92; enlisting at Natchez Court House, I., 93; army, numbers mustered into, I., 102; army, vital records of, I., 102; forces and losses during the war, I., 102; uniforms, I., 103; archives, I., 106; cavalry, I., 131; entrenchments, Centreville, Va., I., 166; river defense flotilla, I., 241; breastworks, I., 263; ramparts southwest of Yorktown, I., 265; provisionally organized at Montgomery, Ala., I., 316; Sixth Cav., I., 362; menacing Union cities, II., 64; fortifications, Port Hudson, La., II., 210; siege-gun mounted, Port Hudson, La., II., 211; Eighth Cav., II., 330; possessions, April, 1864, III., 16; prisoners, III., 26, 27, 286; breastworks, III., 41; dead of Ewell's corps, III., 61; lead, III., 63; photographs, III., 169-171; army on the verge of starvation, unsuccessful in obtaining supplies, III., 305, 309, 313; want versus Union abundance, applied to horses, IV., 107; cause, heavy blow to, by Gen. J. F. B. Stuart's death, May 12, 1864, IV., 109; damage caused by, IV., 118, 119; raids in the West, IV., 141 seq.; partisan bands, definition and usefulness of, IV., 168; partisan ranger, a famous character, regarded as a mythical figure by Union army officers and men, IV., 168, 170, 171, 172, 177; partisan ranger, practical illustration of the work of, IV., 169; partisan ranger, best known to the Union troops and most anxiously sought for; his exploits; raid (Morgan's) through Ohio and it effects upon the North, IV., 174; guerilla bands along the Mississippi, IV., 179; guns, V., 55; gunners, V., 59; government, VI., 54 seq.; the organization of navy, VI., 71, 72; navy, VI., 76, 290; navy, pay table of, VI., 90; Naval Academy, VI., 90; navy, pay of the officers of the, VI., 90; river defense fleet, VI., 192; prisoners, Union capture of, not an unmixed evil for the former, VII., 154, 155; medical department of, VII., 222 seq., 278, 349 seq.; medical sources of, VII., 237 seq.; medical service, VII., 238; wounded nursed in private houses, VII., 243; field hospital at Cedar Mountain, VII., 245; wounded treated in homes of willing citizens, VII., 260; wounded, return to duty of, after five weeks treatment, VII., 266; organization and personnel, medical department of, VII., 349; government disadvantages in transportation lines, VIII., 46; quartermaster general, VIII., 46; supplies for army, VIII., 52; clothing the army, VIII., 54; subsistence department, army supplies, VIII., 54; quartermaster's department, contracts made in England, VIII., 56; glimpses of the army, VIII., 105 seq., 106; photographs, VIII., 106, 171; army, efficiency of, VIII., 112; soldiers, VIII., 123; of ‘61, VIII., 137 seq.; statistics of independent military companies of, VIII., 141; in the field, 155 seq.; soldiers at drill, VIII., 159; soldier at work, VIII., 161; wall tents, VIII., 165; camp, VIII., 171; secret service, VIII., 285 seq.; signals intercepted at Three Ton Mountain, Va., VIII , 326; headquarters at Gettysburg, Pa., VIII., 327; battery at Yorktown, Va., VIII., 371; bill for returning flags, IX., 38; government, organization of, IX., 44; Congress, IX., 288; battle flags, return of, IX., 330; flags, return of, IV., 331; army, losses of, X., 148; army, summary of organization, X., 150; regiments, some casualties of, X., 156; regimental losses, X., 158.


‘Confederate Veteran, the,’

I., 19; X., 296.


Confederate Veterans, The United, X., 296.


Conger, E. J.,

IV., 329.


Congress,, U. S. S.,

I., 358; VI., 36 seq., 82, 156, 157, 166, 312.


Conkle's Battery, II., 324.


Connally, R.,

VIII., 111.


Connecticut: population in 1860, VIII., 58; number troops lost, VIII., 59; number troops furnished, VIII., 59.


Connecticut troops— Artillery, Heavy: First, I., 69, 276; III., 153 seq., 186; V., 26, 28, seq., 51; officers of, V., 78, 171. Artillery, Light: First, I., 366; III., 184; V., 23; battery, Tyler's, three guns of, II., 87. Cavalry: First, I., 362. Infantry: First, I., 348; VIII., 62; Second, I., 348; VIII., 62; Third, I., 151, 348; Third, at Camp Douglas, VIII., 62; Fourth, V., 78; Fifth, II., 25; Sixth, I., 360, 366; II., 326; Seventh, I., 360, 366; II., 326, 350; Eighth, I., 358; Ninth, II., 320; Tenth, I., 356, 358; II., 348; Eleventh, I., 358; Twelfth, 330, 332; Thirteenth, II., 130; Sixteenth, II., 352; Eighteenth, II., 336; Twenty-third, II., 336; Twenty-ninth (colored), VIII., 62; Thirtieth (colored), VIII., 62; Twenty-first, II., 348.


Conecticut,, U. S. S.,

VII., 227.


Connor, J.,

X., 4; X, 285.


Connor, P. E.,

X., 195.


Connor, S.,

X., 209.


‘Conquered Banner,’

IX., 240, 243, 246.


Conrad, H.,

IV., 76.


Conrad, J.,

X., 217.


Conrad's Ferry, Md.,

V., 106.


Constellation,, U. S. S.,

VI., 195.


Constitution,, U. S. S.,

VI., 19, 44, 45, 65, 312; IX., 33.


Constitutional Convention

Viii., 110.


Continental Iron Works, N. Y.,

VI., 130.


‘Continuous hammering,’

the policy of U. S. Grant, III., 24, 25.


‘Contraband’

articles, VI., 76.


‘Contrabands,’

runaway slaves, VI., 70; IX., 177, 181.


Contractors, dishonest in fulfillment of contracts, VIII., 54.


Contributors to the ‘Photographic History of the Civil War,’ I., 7.


Convalescent Camp: Camp Nelson, N. Y.,

VII., 214; Alexandria, Va., VII., 276, 279, 287, 333.


Cook, A. M.,

I., 360.; V., 27.


Cook, G. S.:

his photographic skill, I., 23, 24, 31, 42, 99, 100, 101; III., 170 seq.; VI., 267; VIII., 31, 131.


Cook, H. H.,

IX., 311.


Cook, P.,

X., 265.


Cooke, G. B.,

X., 71.


Cooke, G. R.,

VII., 125.


Cooke, J. R.,

X., 281.


Cooke, J. W.,

VI., 87, 320.


Cooke, St. G.,

IV., 47, 62, 220, 221, 225.


Cooking: in camp, VIII., 32; by privates, VIII., 120, 149; outfits, 200, 201.


Cookman, G.,

VII., 17.


Cooks in the Army of the Potomac

Viii., 200.


Cooley, S. A.,

I., 35, 42.


Cooley, photographer, Army of Tenn., VIII., 25.


Coon, D. E.,

III., 70.


Cooper, D. H.:

II., 324, 342; X.,275.


Cooper, J.,

X., 211.


Cooper, J. A.,

X., 93, 305.


Cooper, J. H.:

I., 22, 23; III., 176, 177, 178.


Cooper, S.,

VII., 106; X., 242, 243.


Cooper's Battery, III., 176.


Coosaw River, Port Royal, S. C.

, I., 357.


Copehart, H.,

X., 311.


Copeland, J. T.,

X., 215.


Copp, E. J.,

I., 14.


Corbett, B.,

VII., 207.


Corbin, Commander

U. S. N., VI., 47.


Corbin, H. C.,

X., 237.


Corbin, T. G.,

VI., 127.


Corby, Father

at Battle of Gettysburg, VIII., 100.


Corcoran, M.:

I., 44; V., 76; his officers in Corcoran, Va., V., 77; VII., 25, 29, 47, 58; VIII., 72.


Corcoran, W. W.,

X., 4.


Corinth, Miss.:

I., 118, 126, 198, 218, 236, 362, 364; II., 9; assault on, II., 137; Tishomingo Hotel, II., 138, 139; Battery Williams at, II., 140, 142; Rosecrans holds firm, II., 142; Battery Robinett at, II., 145; strategic advantages gained by the evacuation of, by the Confederates, in 1862, II., 146; Battery Williams, II., 147; Southern assault on, object of, II., 148; winter quarters at, II., 149; arrangement of battle-lines at, II., 150; photographers in, II., 151; vivid picture of assault on, II., 152; Battery Williams, II., 153; Ohio, Eighty-first Reg., II., 153; Battery Robinett, II., 153; Battery Powell, II., 154; Battery Robinett, II., 156; Battery Williams, II., 156; Provost Marshal's headquarters, II., 157; Federal troops at, II., 158, 159; Battery Robinett, II., 158, 159, 160; Union and Confederate losses at the battle of, II., 160, 166, 324; Corona College, VII., 233; Ill. Fifty-seventh Inf. on parade at, VIII., 258; losses at, X., 142, 156.


Cornwallis, Marquis of: V., 30 seq.; scene of surrender of, IX., 285; 321; headquarters, Yorktown, Va., used as hospital, VII., 259.


Corona College, Corinth, Miss.

, VII., 233.


Corps, Union, history of, X., 186 seq.


Corps, Union: First, I., 307; Sigel's division, II., 33; II., 91, 110; Reynolds' division, II., 322; Sigel's division, II., 322; II., 324, 326, 328, 334, 340, 346; IV., 235; V., 68; X., 186, 234. Second, I., 295, 297; II., 27, 61; Sedgwick's division, II., 65, 97, 110; Richardson's division, II., 320, 322, 324, 328, 330, 334, 340, 344, 346, 350; III., 37, 43, 45, 56, 62, 71, 77, 82, 84, 86, 90, 180, 181, 190, 196, 311, 318, 322, 324, 326, 328, 330, 338, 340, 344, 346; IV., 119, 167, 272: V., 68, VII., 154; V., 170, 240; VII., 360; hospital, Gettysburg, Pa., VII., 301; VIII., 102, 198, 252; losses of, X., 159, 234. Third, I., 70, 71; Kearney's division, I., 366; II., 21, 322; McDowell's division, II., 21, 25, 110, 320, 322; Hooker's division, II., 320, 322. 326, 328, 334, 340, 342, 346; III., 318; V., 68; Provost-Marshals of, VII., 191; at Brandy Station, Va., VII., 309; X., 194, 234. Fourth, Casey's division, I., 291 seq.; I., 333; Couch's division, II., 324, 346, 348. 350; III., 110, 218, 254, 320, 322, 326, 338. 340; VIII., 205, 210; IX., 115; X., 196. Fifth Corps, I., 51, 70, 324; Morell's division, I., 343; II., 110, 253, 322, 324, 328, 334, 340, 344, 346; III., 37, 58, 74, 81, 82, 90, 176, 181, 318, 322, 324, 326, 328, 330, 332, 338, 340, 342, 344; IV., 167,207, 220; V., 21,36,220; VIII., 252: IX., 243; X., 198. Sixth Corps, I., 22, 23, 51; II., 91, 110, 113; Sedgwick's Division, II., 123, 126, 324, 328, 334, 336, 340, 346; III., 37, 43, 48. 56, 57, 82, 84, 86, 146, 152, 157, 162, 166, 181, 196, 288, 293, 294, 318, 322, 326, 328, 330, 332, 338, 342, 344, 346; IV., 43; train of supply wagons of, IV., 101 seq.; V., 16, 27, 49; VII., 308; VIII., 65, 198, 204, 231, 252; IX., 109, review, X., 163, 200. Seventh Corps, II., 352; III., 322; X., 202; Department of Arkansas, X., 202, 204. Eighth Corps, III., 165, 328, 330, 332, 338; X., 204. Ninth Corps, I., 43; Sturgis's Division, II., 73, 97, 322, 324, 328, 334, 340, 344, 346; III., 34, 37, 67, 82, 84, 90, 181, 190, 195, 198, 200, 204, 282, 294, 318, 322, 324; 326, 328, 330, 332, 334, 338, 344; medical officers of,

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