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[13] General Officers, Roster of Confederate and Union, X., 301; Union army, X., 302-317; Confederate army, X., 318-321.


General Orders Nos. 100 and 207, VII., 112.


General Beauregard,, C. S. S.:

I., 241, 242 seq.; VI., 85, 222.


General Bragg,, C. S. S.:

I., 238, 246; VI., 83, 224.


General Burnside,, U. S. S.,

VI., 233.


General Dir,

landing of the military engine, V., 289.


General Grant,, U. S. S.,

VI., 233.


General Lovell,, C. S. S.:

I., 242; VI., 192, 222.


General M. Jeff. Thompson,, C. S. S.,

I., 246.


General Parkhill,

ship, VI., 122.


General Polk,, C. S. S.,

VI., 218.


General Price,, C. S. S.:

I., 237, 238, 241, 242 seq.; VI., 85, 151, 222.


General Rusk,, C. S. S.,

VI., 45.


General Sherman,, U. S. S.,

VI., 233.


General Thomas,, U. S. S.,

VI., 233.


General Van Dorn,, C. S. S.:

I., 237, 238, 241, 246; VI., 222.


Genesee,, U. S. S.,

VI., 217.


Genito, Va.,

V., 266.


George, G. H.,

IV., 95.


George Page,, C. S. S.,

VI., 84.


George Peabody,, U. S. S.,

VI., 100.


Georgetown, D. C.:

I.; 167; block house at Chain bridge, V., 75, 94, 96; Forest Hall prison at, VII., 85; Seminary Hospital, VII., 283.


Georgetown College, D. C.,

IX., 19.


Georgetown Ferry, D. C.,

VIII., 81.


Georgia secedes, I, 346.


Georgia troops: Infantry: Second. II., 71; X., 156; Third, I., 362; Fourth, VIII., 145; IX., 214; Fifth, I., 352; VIII., 139, 141; IX., 244 seq.: X., 121, losses at Chickamauga, Ga., Confederate, X., 158; Seventh, I., 350; Eighth, I., 350, 364; Ninth, I., 364; losses at Gettysburg, Pa., Confederate, X., 158; Tenth, I., 364; losses at Antietam, Md., Confederate, X., 158; Twelfth, I., 354, 362, 364; Thirteenth, I., 360; X., 156; Fifteenth, losses at Gettysburg, Pa, X., 158; Seventeenth, losses at Manassas, Va., X., 158; Eighteenth, losses at Antietam, Md., X., 158; Twentieth, II., 71; Twenty-first, losses at Manassas, Va., X., 158; Forty-fourth, I., 322; losses at Mechanicsville, Va., X., 158; Forty-seventh, I., 366; militia, III., 338. Second Battalion, IX., 25.


Georgia,, C. S. S.,

VI., 296.


Georgia volunteer,

grave of, IX., 283.


Germanna Ford, Va.:

III., 17, 24, 25, 37, 38, 40; IV., 119.


Germanna Plank Road. IX., 61.


Germans: recruiting of, in Wisconsin regiment, VIII., 75; in Confederate army, VIII., 120.


Germantown,, U. S. S.,

VI., 54, 142.


Gertrude,, C. S. S.,

VI., 309.


Getty, G. W.:

II., 81, 100; III., 40, 43; headquarters of, VIII., 231; X., 199.


Getty, R.,

VI., 221.


Gettys, J.,

II., 234.


Gettysburg, Pa.:

I., 21, 28, 68, 70, 71; fighting at, rarely paralleled in history, I., 73, 75, 103 seq., 109. 122, 132, 147; II., 9, 106, 203, 226 seq., 231; Confederate soldiers at, II., 231, 233; view of, on day Lincoln dedicated National Cemetery at, II., 233; high-water mark of the Civil War, II., 234-267; Baltimore Turnpike, II., 236; Carlisle Road. II., 236; Cemetery Ridge, II., 236 seq.; Devil's Den, II., 236 seq.; Harrisburg Road, II., 236; Little Round Top, II., 236 seq.; Mummasburg Road, II., 236: Oak Hill, II., 236; Plum Run, II., 236; Round Top, II., 236 seq.; Seminary Ridge, II., 236 seq.; North and South, feelings of. before, II., 238; Union and Confederate armies, marches of, before, II., 240, 242; Seminary Ridge, II., 243; Federal dead at, II., 243; Federal loss at, II., 245; Confederate loss at, II., 245: Trostle's House, II., 247; Devil's Den, the stronghold of the Confederate sharpshooters, II., 249; Little Round Top, II., 251, 253; Valley of Death, II., 254, 255; Union and Confederate losses after second day's fighting at, II, 256; Little Round Top, II., 258; gate to cemetery at, II., 259; Cemetery Ridge, II., 260; Little Round Top, II., 260; Meade's headquarters at, II., 261, 267, 270, 272, 294, 340; III., 28: IV., 32, 45, 50, 84, 88; horses killed at, IV., 103, 197; cavalry scouts at White's house, IV., 201, 218, 230. 232, 235; light artillery in, V., 39; Pennsylvania batteries at, V., 40; Confederate guns, V., 71; Peach Orchard, V., 74; memories of, V., 72 seq., 132; Federal entrenchments at, V., 214, 234, 260, 296; VII., 112, 265; wounded at, VII., 300, 301; hospital at, VII., 301, 313; New York Herald's battle report, VIII., 29; roads to, VIII., 36, 63, 65, 100, 102, 118, 120, 122; campaign, VIII., 124.128,130,132,173, 204, 230; Confederate Signal Corps, headquarters, VIII., 327; Lutheran Seminary, VIII., 327; Confederate Signal Corps at, VIII., 328; Union telegraphers, VIII., 345, 350; IX., 22, 31, 37; battle of, IX., 79, 190; dedication of, High Water Mark Monument, IX., 204; Devil's Den, fate of sharpshooters in, IX., 295;, 207; battle of, IX., 211; Culp's Hill at, IX., 213, 217; Twenty-fifth anniversary of battle of, IX., 218; Round Top at, IX., 221; Cemetery Ridge, IX., 225; Devil's Den, Confederate sharpshooter killed at, IX., 225; dedication, IX., 255; campaign, IX., 313, 346, 350; complete plan of battles, X., 68, 116, 156; percentage table of Federal losses at, X., 124 seq.


J. J. Roche, IX., 204.


E. C Stedman, IX., 24.


Gettysburg!—a battle ode,

G. P. Lathrop, IX., 218-226.


Gettysburg address,

A. Lincoln, II., 234.


Gettysburg,, U. S. S.,

III., 342.


Gholson, S. J.,

X., 275.


Gholson, W. G.:

III., 342; IV., 132.


Gibbon, J.:

I., 309; II., 88, 237, 320, 328; III., 87; IX., 193; X., 192.


Gibbons, J. S.,

IX., 344.


Gibbs, A.,

IV., 242.


Gibbs, G. C.,

VII., 84.


Gibbs, W.,

VII., 330.


‘Gibraltar of the West,’

Vicksburg, Miss., II., 188.


Gibson, H.,

VII., 20.


Gibson, H. G.:

Third United States Art., I., 281; II., 90; V., 33.


Gibson, R. L.,

II., 348; X., 273.


Giesboro: near Washington, D. C.,

IV., 33; cavalry depot at, IV., 33 seq., 35; government horse-shoeing shop at, IV., 68; cavalry station at, IV., 320; barracks at, IV., 325 seq., 327 seq.; Fort Carrol at, IV., 333.


Giffen, I. N.,

IX., 64.


Gilbert, C. C.,

II., 326.


Gilbert, C. G.,

X., 233.


Gilbert, J. I.,

X., 205.


Gilchrist, R. C.,

I., 89.


Gilder, R. W.,

IX., 37, 106, 109, 250, 251.


Gildersleeve, B. L.,

VIII., 110, 115.


Gildersleeve, J. R.,

VII., 282.


Gill, Miss.,

A. L., X., 2.


Gill, J. M.,

VII., 221.


Gillems, A. C.,

III., 338.


Gillmore, Q. A.:

II., 342, 349; III., 92, 95; V., 110, 118, 147, 154, 259; headquarters of, VI., 236. 238, 313; VIII., 229, 347; IX., 51, 337, 338; X., 175, 210.


Gilman, D. C.,

quoted, IX., 30.


Gilman, J. E.,

X., 7, 25, 296.


Gilman, J. H.,

V., 59.


Gilmer, J. F.,

V., 257, 320.


Gilmer, Mrs.

VII., 296.


Gilmor, H.,

IV., 283.


Gilmore, P. S.,

IX., 342.


Giltner,’

H. L.: II., 346; III., 332.


‘Gimlet,’

horse of J. C. Babcock, VIII., 4.


Girardey, V. J.,

X., 157.


Gist, S. R.,

III., 340, X., 157.


Gladden, A. H.:

I., 360; X., 149, 256.


Gladstone, W. E.,

I, 88.


Glasgow, Ky.,

IV., 146, 154.


Glasgow, Mo.,

III., 338.


Glassell, W. T.,

VI., 267.


Glen Allen Station, Va.,

IV., 124.


Glendale, Va.:

I., 122, 334, 336. 366; V., 30 seq.; X., 156.


Glenn, J.,

IX., 319.


Glenn, Mr.

VII, 147.


‘Glimpses of the Confederate Army,’

VIII., 106.


Glisson, O. S.,

VI., 21.


Globe Tavern, Va.,

III., 199, 204.


Glorietta, N. Mex.,

I., 360.


Gloskaski, J.,

VIII., 321.


Gloucester Point, Va.,

II., 111.


Goddard, C.,

X., 19.


Godwin, A. C.,

III., 332.


Gold: scarcity caused by Southern agents in the North, VIII., 300.


Golding's Farms, Va.,

I., 366.


Goldsboro, N. C.:

II., 326; III., 248.


Goldsborough, L. M.:

VI., 118, 120, 125, 152, 263, 268, 312.


Golgotha, Ga.,

III., 322.


Goode's bridge, Va.,

V., 266.


Goodman, a quartermaster, VII., 90.


Good's Battery, Confederate, I., 358.


Goodwin, A. G.,

X., 157.


Goodwin, H. E.,

VII., 63.


Gordon, G. H.:

III., 64, 141, 152, 155, 158, 162, 164, 278, 282, 283, 308, 311, 346; X., 213.


Gordon, G. W.,

X., 299.


Gordon, James B.

III., 320; IV., 43, 242; IX., 32; X., 155.


Gordon, John B.

I., 16; quoted, II., 294; III., 50, 52, 90, 162, 203, 280, 285, 286, 326, 342, 344; IV., 268; VIII.; 110; quoted, IX., 18, 34, 195; X., 247, 248, 250, 298.


Gordon, Ga.,

III., 232.


Gordon Hospital, Nashville, Tenn.

, VII., 286.


Gordon's Landing, La.,

VI., 318.


Gordonsville, Va.:

II., 14, 18, 22, 26, 104, 105; III., 36, 38, 340.


Gorgas, J.,

V., 158, 161.


Gorman, W. A.,

X., 217.


Gorman, W. O.,

I., 147.


Gosden, W.,

IV., 166.


Gosport navy yard, Va.,

V., 80; VI., 82.


Goss, W. L.,

VII., 148.


Goudy, J.,

VI., 223.


Gouley, J. W. S.,

VII., 226.


Govan, D. C.,

X., 259.


Government oven on wheels

Viii., 49.


Government workshops

Viii., 41.


Governor,, U. S. S.,

VI., 19, 270.


Governor Buckingham,, U. S. S.,

III., 342.


Governor Moore,, C. S. S.,

VI., 191, 192, 198.


Gowin, W.,

VI., 306.


Grace Church, Alexandria, Va.

, VII., 234.


‘Grace Darling,’

Lee's charger, IV., 300.


Gracie, A., Jr.

III., 192; X., 157.


Gracie's Salient, Va.,

III., 203, 285.


Grady, H. W.:

IX., 31, 32; oration by, ‘The New South,’ 304-322, 306, 307, 308, 311, 313, 315, 319, 323, 325.


Grady, W. S.,

IX., 320.


Graham, C. K.,

VII., 45; X., 221.


Graham, J.,

VII., 249.


Graham, L. P.,

X., 311.


Graham, W. M.,

IV., 232, 234.


Grahamville, S. C.,

III., 340.


Grampus,, C. S. S.,

VI., 218.


Granbury, H. B.:

III., 340; X., 157.


Grand Army of the Republic: I., 19; III., 347: disbandment of, VIII., 260; IX., 34, 93; organization of society, X., 288; badge of, X., 294; pensions, X., 294; Ladies' Society of, X., 296; membership of, X., 296; commanders-in-chief, X., 296.


Grand Coteau, La.,

II., 346.


Grand Ecore, La.,

VI., 225, 228, 232.


Grand Gulf, Miss.:

II., 181, 189, 200, 214, 216, 218, 334; III., 219; VI., 148, 318.


Grand Junction, Tenn.,

II., 204.


Grand Prairie, Ark.,

I., 368.


Grand Review, 1865, Washington, D. C.: III., 349; Federal Cav. and their reward, IV., 257; Ambulances in, VII., 11; VIII., 39; IX., 109, 233, 235, 237, 259; X., 162, 163, 290.


Grand River, Mo.,

II., 320.


Granger, G.:

II., 178, 274, 286; headquarters of, at Rossville Gap, Tenn., II., 287, 301, 344; IV., 34; VI., 245, 252, 253, 256, 260, 322; IX., 247; X., 175 182.


Granite,, U. S. S.,

I., 356.


Grant, A.,

VI., 192.


Grant, Mrs. J. R.,

IX., 119.


Grant, F. D.:

I., 18; III., 9 seq., 11, 14 seq.; IV., 292; IX., 119; X., 47.


Grant, Mrs. F. D.,

IX., 119.


Grant, J.,

VII., 17.


Grant, J. R.,

III., 13; IX., 119.


Grant, Julia

Ix., 119.


Grant, L.,

A.: Col. Fifth Vermont Inf., IX., 154, 155; X., 125.


Grant, Nellie

Ix., 119.


Grant, U. S.:

I., 17, 19, 39, 40, 43, 68, 81, 85, 95, 96 seq., 116, 118, 119, 122, 123, 124 seq., 127, 128 seq., 132, 133, 174 seq., 178 seq., 179, 181 seq., 194, 198 seq., 200 seq., 203, 205, 212, 245, 248, 360, 365; II., 11, 142, 183, 188, 193, 198, 199, 203, 205, 226, 234, 264; at Thomas' headquarters, 1863, II., 290 seq., 296, 318, 321, 340,. 345; III., 13, 14, 22, 26; at Meade's headquarters, Brandy Station, Va., III., 29; ‘I propose to fight it out on this line if it takes all summer!’ III., 33, 45, 46, 52, 53, 59, 60, 62, 68, 70, 77, 78, 80, 84, 87, 88, 89, 92, 94, 104, 106, 134, 138, 140, 142, 150, 151, 188, 194, 197, 198, 204, 218, 220, 221, 238, 248, 278, 280. 282, 287, 294, 300, 304, 308, 309, 310, 312, 318, 321, 346; IV., 21. 33, 34, 40, 43, 49, 9S, 103, 110, 126, 127, 130, 133, 155, 185, 203, 205, 207, 210, 211. 212, 255, 258, 263, 292, 296; V., 23, 42, 44, 106, 187, 206, 208, 214, 216, 234. 240, 242, 260, 262, 268, 276, 296, 320; VI., 37, 114, 207, 214, 230, 234, 238, 258, 275; VII., 39 seq., 98, 99, 103, 111, 118, 172, 176, 209, 230, 240, 254 seq., 270, 309 seq.; VIII., 17, 22; scout message to, VIII., 26; joins Sheridan, VIII., 30; concentration of troops at City Point, Va., VIII., 43, 95, 102, 132, 134, 198, 202 seq., 206, 209, 226, 240, 248; campaign against Lee, VIII., 250-256, 283, 330, 336, 340; quoted on army telegraph, VIII., 341 seq., 345; illness and death of, IX., 32, 97, 108, 111; with staff, IX., 113; inauguration, IX., 117; inscription on tomb, IX., 117, 119, 124, 126, 127, 130, 182, 243, 288; personal memoirs, IX., 290, 308, 317, 322; X., 19; during the wilderness, X., 29; on Lookout Mountain, X., 30, 32; in 1863, X., 33; before Vicksburg, X., 35; after Vicksburg, X., 35; at United States Military Academy, X., 36; in 1864, X., 37; his ancestors, X., 38; in the autumn of 1863, X., 39; in the autumn of 184, X., 39; death of, X., 40; self-confidence of, X., 40; at City Point, in June, 1864, X., 41; his skill as drillmaster, X., 42; on his first trip north, X., 43; at Shiloh, X., 44; in 1865, X., 45; resignation from army, July 31, 1854, X., 46: with staff in 1864, X., 47; with Gen'l Rawlins, X., 49; at City Point, Va., 1865, 49; as an author, X., 50; policies as President, X., 50; generosity of, to Confederates, X., 136; war horse ‘Cincinnati,’ X., 301.


Grant, U. S., Jr.

IX., 119.


Grant, U. S.,

3d, IX., 119.


Grant, Mrs. U. S.:

III., 13; IX., 119.


Grapevine bridge. Va.

I., 279, 299.


Grappe's Bluff, La.,

VI., 229.


Gratiot Street Prison, St. Louis, Mo.

, VII., 44, 46, 54 seq.,65 seq.


Gravelotte, losses at, X., 140.


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


Gray, M. M.,

VI., 267.


Grays,’

N. Y. Eighth Inf., VIII., 91.


Graysville, Ga.,

headquarters of, R. W. Johnson, III., 105.


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