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Deer Creek, Miss.,

II., 332.


Deerhound,

English yacht, VI., 289, 302, 304.


Defence,, C. S. S.,

VI., 192.


Deford, J. W.,

VIII., 325.


De Forrest, S., VII., 133.


De Kalb,, U. S. S.,

II., 332.


De Kay, D., VIII., 81.


Delafield, C.,

V., 21.


De Lagnel, J. A., V., 161, 170.


Delaware: enlistments in the war, VIII., 102.


Delaware troops: Artillery; Kemper's Art., Alexandria, Va., V., 60. Infantry: First, VIII., 102; X., 124.


Delaware,, U. S. S.:

I., 356; VI., 54.


De Leon, a Confederate surgeon, VII., 222.


Dennis, E. S.,

X., 201.


Dent, F. T.,

IX., 113.


Denver, J. W.,

X., 195.


Departments: Cumberland, the cavalry forces of, X., 236. Gulf, the, VIII., 248. North Carolina, the, V., 70. Ohio, the, VIII., 276. Pacific, the, IX., 93. South, the, III., 326. Texas, the, VII., 28 seq. Trans-Mississippi, V., 258. Virginia and North Carolina, X., 178.


D'Epineul Zouaves, VIII., 80.


De Russy, G. A., X., 221.


Deshler. J.

II., 288; X., 153.


Desolations of the war

Ix., 273.


De Soto

I., 221, 240.


Destroyed village

Ix., 273.


‘Destruction of war,’

photographic illustrations of, III., 242, 243.


De Trobriand, P. R., VIII., 72, 97; X., 243.


Detroit, Mich.:

raises a loan for state war equipment, VIII., 71; mustering a regiment, VIII., 74.


D'Utassy, VIII., 80.


Deveaux's Neck, S. C.,

III., 340.


Devens, C.:

II., 91, 117, 334; X., 215, 296.


Devil's Back Bone, Ark.,

II., 342.


Devil's Den, I., 70; II., 248, 249.


Devin, T. C.:

IV., 242, 248; and staff, IV., 249, 258, 260, 261.


Dewees, Lieut.

IV., 215.


Dewey, G.,

VI., 219.


Dewey, J. A.,

X., 235.


Diana,, C. S. S.,

II., 332.


Diana,, U. S. S.,

II., 330, 332.


Dibrell, G. G.,

X., 295.


Dickinson, J.,

I., 113; X., 209.


‘Dictator’:

the 17,000 pound mortar, and its operators, III., 184, 185, 186, 187; travelling Coehorn mortar, V., 51.


Dictator,, U. S. S.,

VI., 130.


Dill's Branch, Tenn.:

I., 203, 204 seq., 205.


Dimick, J.,

VII., 56, 65.


Dinwiddie Court House, Va.:

III., 284, 344; IV., 258; IX., 243.


Diplomacy: Confederate, VI., 32, 291; Federal, VI., 25, 299; Foreign, of Russia, in Civil War, VI., 31.


Discipline, difficulties of, VIII., 86.


District of Columbia troops: Catalry: First, III., 318, 332; IV., 329; VIII., 282; colored, III., 322.


Ditzler, G. W.,

X., 207.


Dix, J. A.:

VII., 102, 104, 109, 196, 346; VIII., 291; X., 185, 202.


Dix, Mrs. J. A.,

VII., 259.


Dixie,

A. Pike, IX., 164.


Dixie,

Dan Emmet, I., 16; IX., 347.


Dixie,

J. Savage, IX., 348.


Dixie,

ship, VI., 122.


Dixon, G. E.,

VI., 276.


Dobbin Ferry, Tenn.,

II., 326.


Dockery, T. P.,

X., 259.


Doctor's gig on the Mississippi, VII., 317.


Dodd, H. W.,

VIII., 281.


Dodge, G. M.:

I., 19; III., 346; X., 21, 24, 222.


Dodge, T. A.:

III., 278; IX., 101-103; quoted, IX., 106; X., 120.


Dodge,, U. S. S.,

VI., 82.


Doles, G.,

III., 58; X., 155.


Dolphin,, U. S. S.,

VI., 54.


Donaldson, E.,

VI., 190, 193.


Donaldson, a messenger of the State Department, VI., 25.


Donaldsonville, La.:

I., 235; II., 331, 340, 342.


Donelson, D. S.,

X., 127.


Donelson, Fort, Tenn.

(see also Fort Donelson, Tenn.), I., 184, 356.


Donelson, Tenn.,

surrender of, I., 192.


Donner, Lieut.

VII., 289.


Donohoe, M. J.,

II., 327.


Doolittle, C. C.,

X., 215.


Doren, D.:

VIII., 351, 361, 363, 366, 367.


O. W. Holmes, IX., 33.


Doubleday, A.:

II., 88, 241, 243; IV., 235; V., 40; IX., 221; X., 186.


Doughty, J.,

VIII., 281.


Douglas, H. K.:

quoted, II., 60, 62; X., 103.


Douglas, H. T.,

I., 105.


Douglas, R. H.,

VI., 113.


Douglas, S. A.,

VII., 23; IX., 251.


Douglas Landing, Ark.,

III., 342.


Douty, J.,

III., 200.


Dover, Tenn.

(see also Fort Donelson, Tenn.), I., 184, 356; VI., 209.


Dow, E. C.,

III., 186.


Dow, N.,

VII., 45, 164; X., 209.


Dowdall's Tavern, Va.,

II., 119.


Downie, M.,

I., 147.


Dowson, G. W.,

I., 87.


Draft animals in military service

Viii., 50.


Draft riots in New York City

Ii., 342.


Dragon,, U. S. S.,

VI., 318.


Drainesville, Va.,

I., 34, 356.


Drake, J. F.,

I., 18.


Dranesville, Va.,

IV., 78.


Drawings made on field

Viii., 31.


Drayton, P.:

VI., 242, 243; IX., 107.


Drayton, T. F.:

I., 354; VI., 270; home of, IX., 353; X., 283.


Dreaming in the trenches,

W. G. McCabe, IX., 150.


Dred Scott

case, VII., 202.


Dredge boat, Dutch Gap canal, Va.

, V., 245.


Dresden, Ky.,

I., 362.


Dreux, C. D.,

I., l91.


Dreux's Louisiana battalion, VIII., 149.


Drew, C. H.,

VII., 63.


Drewry's Bluff, Va.:

I., 111, 119, 276, 277; III., 11, 320; Federal failure to take, III., 93-98; V., 243, 310, 312, 315, 317; VI., 182, 314.


Drigg E.

X., 2.


Drill for removing wounded

Vii., 297.


Drillard, J. P.,

X., 19.


Drilling recruits

Viii., 182, 184.


Driving Home the Cows,

K. P. Osgood, IX., 236.


Droop Mountain, Va.,

II., 346.


Drum, R. C.:

suggests return of Confederate battle-flags, IX., 36.


Drumgould's Bluff, Miss.,

VI., 207, 316.


Drummer Boys

N. Y. Eighth Reg., VIII., 179; in full dress, VIII., 195; off duty, VIII., 195, 237; Confederate, VIII., 383.


Drum-taps,

Walt Whitman, IX., 21, 254.


Dry Forks, Mo.

(see also Carthage, Mo.), I, 348.


Dry Wood, Mo.,

I., 350.


Dryer, H.,

IV., 231.


Duane, J. C.,

V., 240.


Du Barry, W. D., VII., 125.


Dubois, D. M.,

X., 265.


Ducat, A. C.,

X., 19.


Duck River, Tenn.,

VI., 69, 318.


Duff, W.,

X., 49.


Duff, W. L.,

IX., 113.


Duffie, A. N.: II., 25; III., 324, 326; IV., 88, 177, 226, 233 seq., 224.


Dug Springs, Mo.,

I., 350, 367.


Dugan, ‘Jimmine,’ a bugler boy, VIII., 189.


Duganne, A. J. H.,

VII., 96.


Duke, B. W.:

II., 326; IV., 144, 148, 150; VII., 21; quoted, IX., 346.


Dulany, R. H.,

IV., 104.


Dumfries, Va.,

II., 328.


Dummy battery, Seabrook Point, S. C.

, VIII., 183.


‘Dummy guns,’

I., 163.


Duncan, A.,

VIII., 109.


Duncan, J. K.,

I., 234; X., 273.


Dunker's chapel, Antietam, Md.

, II., 70.


Dunns Bayou, Red River, La.

, III., 318.


Dunovant, J.,

X., 157.


Du Pont, S. F.: I., 354, 357; II., 351; VI., 47, 100, 103, 115. 120, 125, 127, 171, 270, 271, 310, 311, 318; IX., 48, 51, 336.


Dupre, G. W., VII., 125.


Durham Station, N. C.:

III., 247; Bennett house near, III., 247; VII., 203.


Durvee, A.,

Fifth N. Y., VIII., 80, X., 221.


Dutch Gap, Va.:

I., 49. 113, 119; III., 98,; V., 133, 141, 243; dredge boat at, V., 245, 305, 309, 315; VI., 131; VII., 115, 176; negro pickets, IX., 179.


Dutton, A. H.,

X., 141.


Dutton Hill, Ky.,

II., 332.


Duvall's Bluff, Ark.,

VI., 223.


Dwight, C. C.,

VII., 105, 112.


Dwight, W.,

X., 223.


Dyer, A. B.,

IX., 266.


Dying Words of Stonewall, Jackson,

Sidney Lanier, IX., 25.


Dyke, Major

Minnesota First Inf., I., 147.

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