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‘Great Emancipator,’

Lincoln, A., I., 67.


Great Falls, Md.,

I., 348.


Great Ogeechee River

Ix., 169.


Greek fire used by incendiaries

Viii., 312.


Greeley, Horace

Ii., 31, 76; in N. Y. Tribune, VIII., 66, 294; IX., 297, 299, 347.


Greely, A. W.:

VIII., 9, 312, 342, 343; X., 25.


Green, A. J.,

I., 103.


Green, C.,

VI., 119.


Green, E.,

VIII., 153


Green, M. E.,

X., 151.


Green, T.:

II., 334, 342, 346, 352; VI., 147; X., 153.


Green Chapel, Ky.,

II., 328.


Green Mountain Boys’:

at drill, VIII., 64, 65.


Green River, Ky.,

IV., 148.


Greenbrier, W. Va.,

I., 352.


Greene, F. V.,

VIII., 192.


Greene, G. S.:

II., 61, 65, 70, 256; IX., 213; X., 305.


Greene, S. D.,

VI., 36, 159, 174, 176.


Greenhow, R.,

VII., 200.


Greenhow, Mrs. Rose O., and daughter, VII., 31, 67, 200, 289.


Greenleaf, C. H.,

VII., 223, 224.


Greenpoint, N. Y.,

VI., 312.


Greenville, La.,

water tank at, IV., 59 seq., 328.


Greenville, Tenn.:

III., 330; IV., 176.


Greenwalt, C.,

VII., 181.


Greer, E.,

X., 313.


Greer, H. I.,

VIII., 117.


Greer, R, W., VIII., 117.


Gregg, D. McM.: III., 324, 328, 330, 332, 338, 340, 342; IV., 24; with staff, 29, 32, 41, 53, 84, 86, 128, 203, 224, 226, 230, 234, 236, 237, 240, 246, 247, 262; V., :37; X., 95.


Gregg, J.:

II., 288, 334; V., 157.


Gregg, M.,

X., 151.


Gregg Battery, Cumming's Point, S. C., II., 333.


Gregg, Fort, Va.

(see also Fort Gregg, Va.), I., 309.


Gresham, W. Q.,

X., 203.


Gribeauval carriages

V., 56.


Grier, Judge

Vii., 29. 36.


Grierson, B. H.:

H., 205, :332; III., 324, 326; IV., 34, 116, 130; at Baton Rouze, La., IV., 131 seq.; and staff, IV., 133 seq., 134, 137, 241, 262.


Griffin, C.:

I., 107, 159, 162: II., 81, 324; III., 287, 336, 344; field batteries, V., 18 seq., 20 seq.; with staff, V., 21; IX., 266; X., 200.


Griffin, S. G.,

X., 219.


Griffin, Ga.,

VII., 266.


Griffith, J.,

V., 65.


Griffith, R.,

H., 328; X., 149.


Grimes, B.,

X., 279.


Griswoldville, Ga.,

III., 338.


Grose, W.,

X., 203.


Gross, F. H.,

VII., 226.


Grosvenor, C. H.:

III., 268; X., 237.


Grosvenor House Hospital, Alexandria, Va.

, VII., 235.


Grover, C.:

II., 215, 332; X., 211.


Groveton, Va.:

II., 46, 47, 50, 322, V., 34.


Grubb, E. B.,

X., 219.


‘Guard Examining Passes,’

Georgetown Ferry, VIII., 81.


‘Guard-mount,’

164th N. Y., VIII., 183.


Guibor's battery, Confederate, I., 352.


Guiney, P. R.,

I., 343.


Guiney's Station, Va.,

V., 260; IX., 89, 91.


Gulf and inland waters, the,’

A. T. Mahan, quoted, I., 236.


Gulf blockading squadron

Vi., 184 seq.


‘Gulf Coast garrison,’

VIII., 161.


Gunboat no.

7, U. S. S., VIII., 297.


Gunboat no.

53, U. S. S., VI., 205.


Gunboats: Confederate, inadequacy of, VI., 77, 79; in Hampton Roads, VI., 77; on the Mississippi River, VI., 218; in Mobile Bay, VI., 252; on the James River, VI., 79, 265; in Carolina waters, VI., 270.


Gunboats: United States, converted ferryboat, type of, VI., 57, 59; converted passenger steamer, type of, VI., 61; on the Potomac River, VI., 92 seq.; first on Western rivers, VI., 214; bayou expeditions of, VI., 226; on upper Tennessee River, VI., 233; in Edisto River, VI., 236; ‘Webfooted,’ VI., 237, 262, 263; character of, purchased, VI., 271; activity of, on James River, VI., 275; IX., 165.


Gunpowder: manufacture of, V., 128; Confederate supply of, V., 156.


Gunpowder Creek, Md.,

V., 80.


Guns: smooth 24-pounder, V., 125; naval Dalhgren 11-inch, V., 133; Rodman, V., 133; Parrot 8-inch, V., 133; Parrott 16-pounder, V., 135; 20-inch smooth bore, V., 137; largest, 137; handling, V., 139; Parrott, V., 139; smooth-bore, V., 140; Napoleon, V., 140; field Parrott rifled, V., 140; V., 141; rifled 8-inch and 10-inch, V., 150; field guns, battery before Sumter, V., 151; Siege, V., 170; sea-cost, V., 17; siege, V., 24 seq.; sea-coast, 24 seq.; Armstrong, V., 62; Blakely, V., 62; Hotchkiss, V., 12: lames, V., 62; Parrott, V., 62; Whitworth, V., 62; captured at Chattanooga, Tenn., by Federal army, V., 69, 163; heavy siege on James River, V., 309.


Guntersville, Ala.,

VI., 233.


Guntown, Miss.,

III., 124.


Guthrie Grays,’

Cincinnati, O., Ohio Sixth Inf., VIII., 82.


Guy's Gap, Tenn.,

II., 340.


Guyandotte, W. Va.,

I., 354.


Gwin, W.:

I., 203, 204, 205 seq., II., 200; VI., 316.

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