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Fort Henry, Tenn.:

I., 110; II., 321; artillery at, V., 42, 44, 204; 251, 254; VI., 149, 209, 214, 312; VII., 22, 66, 68; IX., 97, 271.


Fort Hill, Miss.,

II., 222; VI., 149.


Fort Hindman, Ark.,

II., 330.


Fort Hindman,, U. S. S.,

VI., 232.


Fort Huger, Mobile, Ala.

, VI., 260.


Fort Jackson, La.:

surrender of, I., 226, 227, 230, 234, 362; VI., 119, 189, 194, 197, 201, 216, :314.


Fort Jackson,, U. S. S.:

III., 342; VI., 61.


Fort James, Ogeechee River, Ga.

, VI., 316.


Fort Johnson, James Island, S. C.

: I., 366; II., 333; III., 173, 326.


Fort Johnson, Morris Island, S. C.

: interior of, V., 179; IX., 40.


Fort Johnson, Sandusky Bay, Ohio

, VII., 69.


Fort Lafayette, N. Y.:

VII., 34, 38, 40, 54 seq.; 56, 135, 198, 202.


Fort Lincoln, D. C.:

V., 94, 105; colored infantry at, IX., 177.


Fort Lincoln, Kan.,

I., 66.


Fort Livingston, La.,

VI., 314.


Fort Lyon, Va.,

V., 85.


Fort McAllister, Ga.:

I., 35, 42, 80 seq.; III., 225, 226, 227, 229, 231, 233, 235, 236, 340; guns at, V., 263; VI., 121, 236, 241, 272, 316, 318; where Sherman's march, ended, VIII., 219; signalling from, VIII., 334, 335; IX., 169.


Fort McGilvery, Va.:

III., 206; V., 213.


Fort McHenry, Chesapeake Bay, Md.

: VII., 38, 56, 198.


Fort Macon, N. C.:

I., 262; IX., 69.


Fort McPherson, Va.,

V., 102.


Fort McRee, Fla.:

I., 347, 354; V., 57; VIII., 196, 107; Confederate drill in, VIII., 156, 157.


Fort Magruder, Va.:

I., 268, 270-272; V., 31.


Fort Mahone, Va.:

III., 293, 205, 271, 279, 289, 290, 336; V., 215; dead in trenches, IX., 191.


Fort Mannahasset, Tex.,

VI., 322.


Fort Marcy, Va.:

V., 85; N. Y. Fourth Artillery at, V., 97; its armament, V., 97; VIII., 88.


Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Fla.

: II., 347, 349; bastions of, II., 351.


Fort Meikle, Va.,

III., 207.


Fortress Monroe, Va.:

I., 51; III., 15, 17; V., 26 seq., 110, 228, 230; VI., 22 seq., 246, 308, 310, 312, 315; VII., 40, 107, 109, 116, 259; regimental hand at, VIII., 233; IX., 297, 299; scene at, IX., 349.


Fort Morgan, Ala.:

III., 319 seq., 328; V., 263; VI., 201, 242, 245, 247, 249, 250, 253, 251, 314, 322; water battery, IX., 105; light-house, IX., 107.


Fort Morton, Va.:

I., 34; III., 179, 195, 206; V., 95.


Fort Moultrie, S. C.:

I., 24, 99; II., 332, 335; III., 172, 173, 333; V., 118; powerful guns in, V., 118; VI., 179; spiked guns, VIII., 66; battery near, IX., 42, 227.


Fort Negley, Nashville, Tenn.

: III., 250, 259 seq., 261.


Fort no. 7, Atlanta, Ga.

: III., 136; V., 173.


Fort no. 8, Atlanta, Ga.

, V., 173.


Fort no. 9, Atlanta, Ga.

, V., 173.


Fort Ocracoke, Beacon Island, N. C.

, VI., 310.


Fort Pemberton, Miss.:

II., 330; VI., 208.


Fort Pensacola, Fla.,

VI., 16.


Fort Pickens, Fla.:

I., 4, 86; V., 33, 57, 59, 159; VI., 16, 19, 111; VIII., 106, 107, 156.


Fort Pike, La.,

VI., 314.


Fort Pillow, Tenn.:

evacuation by Confederates, I., 362, 366; IV., 153; VI., 83, 148, 149, 218, 222,314.


Fort Pitt, Pittsburg, Pa.

, V., 137.


Fort Powell, Ala.:

VI., 250, 256, 320, 322.


Fort Powhatan, Va.,

V., 306.


Fort Pulaski, Ga.:

I., 360, 361; III., 229; V., 110; parapets after the capture, V., 147, 255, 259, 261; VI., 237, 313: VII., 165; VIII., 229.


Fort Putnam. S. C.

V., 179.


Fort Randolph, Tenn.,

I., 236, 240, 249.


Fort Reno, D. C.,

V., 94.


Fort Rice, Va.,

III., 207.


Fort Richardson, near Savage Station, Va.

, L., 301.


Fort Richardson, Arlington Heights, Va.

, III., 153; V., 78, 79.


Fort Ridgly, Minn., VIII., 79.


Fort Ripley, S. C.,

VIII., 79.


Fort Royal, Va.,

IX., 87.


Fort Runyon, Va.:

V., 76, 90, 98; N. Y. Seventh assists in building, VIII., 67.


Fort St. Philip, La.:

the capture of, I., 226; surrender of, I., 234, 362; VI., 119, 187, 189, 194, 198, 201, 216, 314.


Fort Sanders, Tenn.,

II., 338, 339.


Fort Sawyer, Va.,

I., 119.


Fort Scott, D. C.,

V., 94.


Fort Scott, Kan.,

V., 180.


Fort Scott, Mo.

(see also Dry Wood, Mo.), I., 350.


Fort Sedgwick: (See also Fort Hell, Petersburg, Va.

), III., 203, 205, 207, 279, 334, 337, 338; V., 215; bomb-proof quarters of, V., 217.


Fort Slocum, D. C.,

V., 94.


Fort Smith, Mazzard Prairie, Ark.

, III., 328.


Fort Snelling, Minn., VIII., 79.


Fort Stedman, Va.:

I., 34, 285; III., 179, 206, 280, 282, 285, 286, 344; V., 195; capture of, VIII., 357, 368; IX., 32.


Fort Stevens, D. C.:

I., 66, 68: III., 146, 148, 151, 155, 326; V., 85, 94, 101.


Fort strong, Va.,

V., 95.


Fort Sumner, Md.:

I., 299, 301; V., 99, 105, 110; X., 118, 119.


Fort Sumter, S. C.:

I., 4, 39; after bombardment, I., 99; breach in walls of, I., 101; fall of, I., 142, 143, 144, 147; II., 319, 332, 333, 335, 337, 342; severest bombardment in all history, namely that of, II., 333; III., 170, 172, 173, 331, 333; morning and evening guns at, V., 109, 111, 115, 119, 155, 211; VI., 16, 19, 22, 23, 76, 80, 120, 126, 179, 238, 239, 318, 320, 322; VII., 26; effect of first gun on the North, VIII., 70; interior view of, VIII., 163; telegrapher's bomb-proof, VIII., 347; Confederates in, April 15, 1861, IX., 40; a gun trained on Charleston, IX., 40; northeastern angle and eastern face, IX., 40; two days after the bombardment, IX., 41; Stars and Bars in, IX., 42; northwest angle showing casemates, IX., 42; western barracks and parade, IX., 43; bombardment of, IX., 43; officers' quarters, IX., 43; shattered flagstaff, IX., 43; interior face of gorge, IX., 43, 44, 51, 333, 336, 337; in ruins, IX., 336-337; deserted, IX., 338; celebration, IX., 338.


Fort Taylor, La.,

VI., 318.


Fort Totten, D. C.:

V., 81, 85, 94; Columbiads at, V., 103.


Fort Tracy, Ala.,

VI., 260.


Fort Valverde, N. Mex.,

I., 358.


Fort Wadsworth, Va.,

V., 215.


Fort Wagner, S. C.:

(see also Fort Gregg, S. C.), II., 335; siege of, II., 342; III., 172; effect of firing from, V., 114, 118, 151; VI., 121, 173, 238, 274, 313.


Fort Walker, S. C.:

I., 354, 357; VI., 58, 103, 270, 310.


Fort Warren, Mass.:

I., 191; VI., 294; VII., 38, 40, 54 seq., 56, 65; prisoners in, VII., 123, 133, 135, 139, 162, 198; spies taken to, VIII., 26.


Fort Whipple, Va.:

battery in defense of, V., 83; Napoleon guns at, V., 152; VIII., 255.


Fort Woodbury, Va.,

V., 85, 95.


Fortifications: I., 265; permanent, arming of, V., 150.


Forts: two that never surrendered, II., 333, 335, 337; inadequacy of, for confinement of prisoners, VII., 38.


Forwood, W. H.,

VII., 224.


Fossee, Maj.

VIII., 304.


Foster, H. C.:

II., 201; Ohio cavalry, II., 322; V., 209.


Foster, J. G.:

III., 244, 326; IX., 169; X., 191, 226.


Foster, J. P.,

I., 77.


Foster, J. it.,

IX., 342 seq.


Foster, J. S.,

II., 322, 326, 348.


Foster, J. T.,

VIII., 248.


Foster, J. W.,

II., 344.


Foster, R. S.:

VII., 209; X., 203, 292.


Foster, S. C.:

IX., 344; songs of, IX., 346.


Foster,, U. S. S.,

crew of, VI., 265.


Foster's Infantry, Confederate, I., 350.


Foulke, A.,

sutler tent of, VIII., 247.


Four Mile bridge, Vicksburg, Miss.

, Camp Fisk at, I., 108.


Four Mile Creek, Va.,

VI., 275.


‘Four distinguished Confederate physicians,’

VII., 249.


Fox, G. V.,

VI., 52, 93, 132, 243.


Fox, W. F.,

X., 156; quoted from ‘Regimental Losses in the Civil War,’ X., 158.


Fralick, J. H.,

VIII., 319.


Francis, Martha

Ix., 68.


Franco-Prussian War, I., 30.


Frankel, C.,

I., 14.


Franklin, B. B.:

quoted, II., 83, 84, 86, 90, 91, 100.


Franklin, W. B.:

I., 51, 314, 325, 327, 328, 368; II., 62, 66, 324, 328, 352; V., 26 seq., 38; VI., 227, 320; X., 183, 202.


Franklin, Tenn.:

II., 205, 332. 336; III., 252, 260, 338, 340; battle of, IV., 153, 256; V., 50, 214, 254; VII., 256, 260; VIII., 103.


Franklin, Va.,

VI., 316.


Franklin and Nashville: the battles of, III., 252-270.


Franklin crossing, Rappahannock River, Va.

: II., 91, 336; bridge at, V., 223.


Franklin Road, Tenn.,

II., 170.


Frank's Battery, P., I., 338.


Frauds: perpetrated on the Government, VIII., 56.


Frayser's Farm, Va.,

I., 366.


Frazer, J. W.,

II., 342; X., 275.


Frazier's command, Confederate, I., 360.


Frederick, Md.:

II., 58, 60; III., 144.


Frederick City, Md.,

II., 66.


Fredericks Hall, Va.,

IV., 96.


Fredericksburg, Va.:

I., 26, 27, 36, 126, 132, 286, 297, 362; II., 9, 44, 79, 80, 82, 83, 87; river-bank, II., 89; ruined house at, II., 89; Union losses, fire and destruction at, 89, 90, 96; lacy House, II., 97; National Cemetery, II., 98, 102, 105, 106, 110, 112, 120; stormy and bloody assaults, II., 122, 123, 125; Federal battery at, II., 127, 128, 238, 334, 336; III., 47; wounded at, III., 49, 53, 56; IV., 96, 171, 190; Early's troops in, V., 16; assault by Sixth Corps, V., 16, 21, 27; artillery, Federal, at, V., 38, 58, 62; guns massed at Hamilton's Crossing, V., 66; entrenchments, Confederate at, V., 202; bridges at, V., 213, 280, 290; VII., 254, 268, 308; U. S. Sanitary Commission at, VII., 19, 326, 33S; Sixth Vermont at, VIII., 65, 97, 996, 160, 229, 230, 282; signal corps reconnoitering, VIII., 323, 326; battle of, IX., 21, 69, 148, 157, 190, 193, 195; camp at, IX., 197; Marye's house at, IX., 197; second battle of, IX., 197; cemetery at, IX., 281; Bernard House, ruins of, IX., 287; battlefield of, IX., 287; ruins, IX., 315; X., 130; losses at, X., 142, 156.


Fredericksburg heights, Va.,

V., 234.


Fredericksburg Road, Va.,

III., 320.


Fredericktown, Mo.,

I., 352.


Freeborn,, U. S. S.,

I., 348; VI., 97, 99, 308, 318.


Freeman, M. D.,

VI., 301.


Freeman's Cav., Confederate, I., 354.


Freeman's Ford, Va.:

II., 322; skirmish at, II., 320.


Fremantle, A. J.,

quoted, IX., 215.


Fremont, C.,

I., 363 seq.


Fremont, Mrs. C.,

I., 363 seq.


Fremont, J. C.:

I., 181, 306, 307, 310, 311; II., 20, 22; IV., 102; X., 177, 186.


‘Fremont Rifles,’

VIII., 82.


French, F. S.,

II., 67, 72.


French, S. G.:

II., 348; III., 216, 218, 332; X., 277.


French, W. H.:

division of, at Fredericksburg, II., 81, 267; III., 30; X., 181, 196.


French Canadians recruiting in Wisconsin regiments

Viii., 75.


Freret, W.,

I., 105.


Frescott, J. E.,

VII., 133.


Friedland, losses at, X., 140.


Friends' Meeting House, Alexandria, Va.

, VII., 234.


Frietchie, Barbara

Ii., 58, 60.


Front Royal, Va.:

I., 302, 307, 308, 364; III., 162.


Frost, D. M.:

I., 172, 367; X., 279.


Frost, G. W.,

VI., 109.


Fry, B. D.,

X., 111.


Fry, J.,

I., 366.


Fry, J. B.,

I., 102.


Fry, S. S.,

X., 207.


Fuller, J. W.,

X., 91.


Fullmnan, G. T.,

VI., 301.


Fulton, Mo.,

I., 348.


Funkstown, Md.,

IV., 88.


Funsten, O.,

IV., 98.


Furloughs: disadvantages of, I., 120; convalescent soldiers, VIII., 43.

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