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[9] VII., 216; surgeons of, VII., 221, 281; leaving Aquia Creek in Feb., 1863, VIII., 37; mechanics of, VIII., 187, 204; chaplains of, VIII., 257; IX., 145; X., 206. Tenth Army Corps, I., 42; III., 208, 320, 321, 322, 324, 326, 328, 330, 332, 338, 340; VI., 313; X., 210. Eleventh Corps, II., 110, 112, 119, 334, 340, 316; X., 212. Twelfth Corps, II., 110, 324, 334, 340, 343; IV., 167; VII., 181; X., 214. Thirteenth Corps, II., 328, 330, 334, 340, 316, 352; III., 328, 340, 344; V., 46; X., 216. Fourteenth Corps, II., 340, 342, 344, 346, 348, 350; III., 110, 222, 320, 322, 326, 330, 340, 344; IX., 115; X., 218. Fifteenth Corps, II., 330, 332, 334, 340, 344, 346; III., 120, 222, 227, 231, 233, 236, 239, 246, 320, 322, 326, 328, 330, 338, 342, 344; V., 46; VIII., 208, 340; X., 220. Sixteenth Corps, II., 334, 340, 346, 348, 350, 352; III., 320, 322, 326, 328, 330, 340, 344; X., 222. Seventeenth Corps, II., 330, 334, 344, 346, 348, 350, 352; III., 118, 222, 320, 322, 326, 328, 339, 340, 342, 344, 345; V., 46; X., 221. Eighteenth Corps, III., 84, 86, 90, 92, 190, 208, 320, 321, 322, 324, 326, 328, 338; V., 49, 240; X., 224, 226. Nineteenth Army Corps, I., 77, Grover's Division, I., 130, 332, 350, 352; III., 152, 154, 157, 166, 320, 326, 330, 332, 338; VI., 313; X., 163, 228. Twentieth Corps, II., 340, 344, III., 110, 138, 222, 320, 322, 323, 330, 338, 310, 344, 347 seq.; IX., 99.; X., 163, 228, 230. Twenty-first Corps, II., 340, 344; X., 230. Twenty-second Corps, IV., 173; X., 230. Twenty-third Corps, II., 346; III., 218, 254, 329, 322, 338, 340, 342; X., 232. Twenty-fourth Army Corps, III., 293, 312, 344, 346; X., 232. Twenty-fifth Corps, III., 342, X., 232, 234.


Corps, Cavalry, Union: Cavalry Corps, II., 330; III., 322; IV., 126; great activity of, from May 5th-August 1, 1864, IV., 128; South Carolina Expeditionary Corps, X., 236; of Army of the Potomac, X., 238; First Div., III., 322; X., 234, 236; Second Div., III., 322; IV., 233; Third Div., ‘boots and saddles,’ IV., 39; ammunition-train of, X., 217.


Corps, Confederate Army, X., 240 seq.; Ewell's R. S., III., 86; V., 132; Hardee's, W. J., III., 318; V., 70; Hill's, D. H., II., 230; Hood's, J. B., V., 48; Jackson's, T. J., ‘Stonewall,’ II., 63, 322, 324; Longstreet's. J., II., 322, 321, 344, 346, 348; V., 72; Polks, L. K., II., 330, 314; V., 70; Price's, Sterling, II., 324; Cavalry, of the Army of Northern Virginia, IV., 76-114; Engineer, loss of records, V., 256; works around Richmond, Va., V., 260; Engineers, Virginia, V., 256, 258; Third Corps, artillery equipment, V., 70; VIII., 166; Wheeler's Corps, X. 268.


‘Corps D'afrique,’

II., 205.


Correspondents, War, VIII., 293.


Corse, J. M.,

II., 304; III., 216, 218; X., 89.


Corse, M. D. X 317.


Corydon Ind.

IV., 134.


Coryphoeus,, U. S. S.,

II., 330.


Coston signals

Viii., 316.


Cotton, , C. S. S.,

II., 330.


Cotton: exports of, by the South in 1860 and 1861, VI., 26; increased value of, VI., 123; importance of, to Confederacy in ‘61, VI., 30, 32.


Cotton plant, Ark.

(see also Bayou Cache, Ark.), I., 368.


Couch, D. N.:

II., 94, 108, 328, 334; X., 179, 190.


Courier, the,

Rome, Ga., IX., 31.


Couriers: IV., 186; or despatch bearer, one instance of risk taken by, IV., 198, 200; the most daring and swiftest during the war, IV., 200, 202; Union and their hard-ridden horses, IV., 210, 211.


Courtland bridge, Ala.,

I., 368.


Court-martial, VII., 181.


Courtney, W. A.,

VIII., 167.


Cove Spring, Ala.,

II., 277.


Cover them over with Beautiful Flowers,

F. F. Stewart, IX., 350.


Covington, Ga.,

III., 228.


Covington,, U. S. S.:

III., 318; VI., 230.


Cowan, A.,

and his men, V., 29, 31, 47; X., 2.


Cowan, J. B.,

VII., 242, 244.


Cowan's battery: V., 31, 36, 47; at Gettysburg, Pa., IX., 217.


Cox, J. D.:

I., 364; II., 27, 74; III., 104, 254; IX., 167; X., 87, 208.


Cox, W. R.,

X., 281.


Coxe, J. R.:

quarters at Brandy Station, Va., IX., 351.


Coxey's Landing, Va.,

III., 27.


‘Cracker line,’

from Kelley's Ferry, Tenn., II., 297; the opening of, II., 297, 299; Hooker's famous, VIII., 34.


Cox's Landing, Va.,

VII., 97, 99.


Crain's Art., Confederate, I., 356.


Crampton's Gap, Md.,

II., 66.


Crane, C. H.,

VII., 224.


Crane, J.,

II., 141.


Crane, L. H. D.,

II., 25.


Craney Island, Va.,

VI., 314.


‘Crater,’

the mine before Petersburg, Va., III., 193.


Craven, T. A. M.,

VI., 131, 252.


Craven, T. T.:

I., 227; VI., 199, 266, 295, 297, 298, 309.


Crawfish Spring, Ga.,

II., 283.


Crawford, S. W.:

with staff of, II, 25; III., 284, 324.


Crawford Sixth Virginia Cavalry

Vii., 147.


Crenshaw, A. D.,

VIII., 113.


Crescent,, U. S. S.,

VII., 165.


Crescent regiment,’

New Orleans, La., IX., 343.


Crew's Farm, Va.,

I., 366.


Cricket,, U. S. S.:

VI., 64, 221, 232.


Crittenden, G. B.,

I., 180; II., 344; VIII., 103; X., 260.


Crittenden, R. D.,

VII., 133.


Crittenden, T. L.:

I., 43, 208, 360; II., 170, 274, 33); VII., 215; VIII., 103; X., 193, 230.


Crittenden, T. T.,

X., 203.


Crocker, M. M.,

X., 205.


Cromwell, O.,

IX., 128.


Crook, G.:

III., 148, 152, 154, 158, 162, 324, 326, 332, 311; IV., 87, 114, 258; quoted, VIII., 275; X., 177, 178.


Crooked Run, front Royal, Va.

, III., 328.


Crosby, G. B.,

X., 269.


Crosby, P.,

VI., 190, 308.


Cross, D. R.,

II., 69.


Cross, E. E.,

I., 279: VIII., 192.


Cross Keys, Va.:

I., 310, 311, 366; IV., 102.


Cross Lanes, W. Va.,

I., 350.


Croxton, J. T.:

III., 252; IV., 140; X., 297.


Cruft, C.,

II., 31S; X., 87, 293.


Cruisers: Confederate, captured vessels fitted out as, VI., 82; destruction wrought by, VI., 20, 25, 36; first to get to sea, VI., 80; prizes of, VI., 290 seq.; the first built with Confederate funds, VI., 291, 292, 293, 299.


Crump Hill, La.,

II., 350.


Crump's Landing, Tenn.,

I., 200, seq., 206.


Cub Run, Va.,

II., 45; V., 20 seq.


Culbertson's Art., Confederate, I., 356.


Cullmann, F.,

quoted, X., 124.


Cullum, G. W.,

VII., 330.


Culpeper, Va.:

I., 39; II., 39, 57, 228, 344; Meade's headquarters at, II., 345; streets of, III., 31; IV., 101; V., 34 seq.; mansion of J. M. Botts, VII., 195 seq.; John M. Botts and family, VII., 197; VIII., 124.


Culpeper Court House, Culpeper, Va.

: II., 16, 21, 26, 28, 229; III., 17, 28, 30, 34; IV., 92, 106, 118, 233; V., 32 seq.; Confederate prisoners confined at, VII., 33.


Culp's Hill, Gettysburg, Pa.

, II., 231, 238, 257.


Culp's House, Ga.,

III., 322.


Cumberland, Ind.,

III., 346; IV., 114.


Cumberland, Va.,

I., 274, 275.


Cumberland,, U. S. S.,

I., 358; VI., 36 seq., 82, 100, 102, 156, 166, 239, 308, 312.


Cumberland, Department of, II., 296.


Cumberland Gap, Ky.,

I., 180.


Cumberland Gap, Tenn.,

I., 366; II., 313, 342.


Cumberland Iron Works, Tenn.,

II., 322, 330.


Cumberland Landing: I., 51, 274, 282 seq.; Federal cavalry camp at, IV., 47 seq.; Follen's House, VIII., 269; bivouac, IX., 133.


Cumberland Mountains, Ky.,

II., 177, 274.


Cumberland ravine, Ga.:

trestle over, V., 297; trestle below the Chattahoochie bridge, military train on, V., 299.


Cumberland River, Tenn.:

II., 166; railroad bridge across, IV., 155; VI., 209, 318.


Cumberland Valley, Tenn.:

view from Nashville Military Academy, IV., 155.


Cumming, A.,

X., 285.


Cummings, S. W.,

VI., 301.


Cummings' Point, Fort Johnson, S. C.

, II., 333.


Cunningham, J.,

VIII., 151.


Cunningham, J. S.,

VI., 127.


Cunningham, S. A.,

I., 14, 19; X., 7, 27, 296.


Curlew,, C. S. S.,

I., 356.


Curtis, B. R.,

VII., 202.


Curtis, G. W.,

IX., 34.


Curtis, N. M.,

X., 221.


Curtis, S. R.,

I., 335; II., 194; VII., 190, 201; X., 176.


Cushing, A. H.:

II., 265; IV., 322; IX., 217.


Cushing, S. T.,

VIII., 308.


Cushing, W. B.:

II., 265; III., 338; IV., 257, 276; VI., 322.


Cushman, Pauline

a Federal spy, VIII., 273.


Custer, G. A.:

I., 289 seq.; III., 42, 160, 164, 332, 338, 340; IV., 11, 29, 61, 96, 108, 110, 122, 128, 234, 236, 250, 251, 252, 258, 259, 269, 261, 262, 275 seq.; 282, 297; VIII., 196. 234.


Custis, G. W. P.,

IX., 125; X., 57.


Custis, M.,

IX., 125, 228.


Custis, Mary I.

X., 57.


Custis Mary R.

X., 54.


Cutler, E. J.,

IX., 78, 80.


Cutler, L.,

X., 309.


Cutt's Artillery, Confederate, I., 356.


Cuyler, R. M.,

V., 170.


Cuyler,, U. S. S.,

III., 342.


Cynthiana, Ky.,

I., 368; III., 324.

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