, attack on rebel batteries at, 1.486.
Adams, Charles Francis
, proposition to amend the Constitution
offered by, 1.234.
, secession movements in, 1.59; secession convention in, 1.172; march of Gen. Mitchel
into, 2.266; military operations to the fall of Mobile
, 3.506-3.514; Gen. Wilson
's march through, 3.514.
,” Confederate cruiser, escape of from a British port, 2.569; details of her conflict with and destruction by the Kearsarge
, Democratic convention at, 1.207.
,” ram, at the siege of Plymouth
, 3.470; fight of with the Sassacus
, 3.471; destruction of by Lieut. Cushing
, naval operations in, 2.176; Gen. Reno
's expedition on, 2.314.
, occupation of by Union troops, 1.482.
, occupation of by National troops, 3.254; abandonment of by Gen. Banks
's forces, 3.268.
, battle of, 3.397.
, battle at, 2.103.
firemen's, 1. 579.
, Gen. Lee
's retreating forces at, 3.552.
Amendments to the Constitution
, proposed, 1.87, 241.
American Society for the Promotion of National Union
Anderson, Major, Robert
, succeeds Col. Gardner
in command in Charleston harbor
,1.118; warning letters of, 1.119, 125, 127; raises the United States
flag on Fort Sumter
, 1.130; his action in relation to the Star of the West
, 1.156, 159; refuses the demand of Gov. Pickens
for the surrender of Fort Sumter
, 1.160; his letter declaring his inability to hold Fort Sumter
, 1.306; details of his defense and surrender of Fort Sumter
, 1.310-1.334; movements ordered by in Kentucky
, her journey to and from Fort Sumter
, i, 132-135.
, cruelties inflicted on Union prisoners at, 3.599.
Andrews, J. J.
, secret expedition of against the Chattanooga
, Gen. Butler
's operations at, 1.435; march of New York and Massachusetts
troops from toward Washington
, Gen. Butler
, battle of, 2.476.
's surrender at, 3.558.
, a majority of the people of averse to secession, 1.201; how the ordinance of secession was passed in, 1.474; military movements in, 2.250-2.260; cooperative movements of Gen. Steele
in, 3.270-3.273; cavalry fights in, 3.274.
, battle of, 2.581.
,” ram, escape of to Vicksburg
, 2.528; destruction of, 2.529.
, City of Washington commanded by, 1.480; occupation of by Gen. Sandford
before and after the war, 1.422, 423.
, National, the disbandment of, 3.582; statistics of at the close of the war, 3.583.
, measures taken by Conspirators for transferring to Southern States, 1.121; seizure of in New York, 1.230; purchase of in Europe
Army of the Cumberland
, organization of begun by Gen. Sherman
, 2.78; demoralized condition of, 2.538; movements of from Murfreesboroa to Chattanooga
, 3.120-3.142; on the defensive, at Chattanooga
, 3.143; command of assigned to Gen. Thomas
Army of the James
, movements of against Petersburg
, 3.317-3.324 visit of the author to in 1864, 3.586.
Army of the Potomac
, reorganization of by McClellan
, 2.23; organization and movements of, 2.129-2.149; immobility of, 2.150; continued inaction of, II, 353; ordered by President Lincoln
to be set in motion, 2.356; other orders of the President
in relation to, 2.357; its advance on Manassas
commenced, 2.358; various movements of, 2.370-2.386; movements of under McClellan
to the battle of Malvern Hills
, 2.402-2.434; wasted condition of, 2.441; withdrawal of from the Peninsula
, 2.444; movements of under Burnside
, 2.485-2.494; exhausted condition of when Hooker
took command, 3.17; great number of absentees from, 3.18; important changes made by Hooker
in the organization of, 3.19; badge designations in, 3.20; its Chancellorsville campaign
, 3.23-3.39; under Hooker
till the battle of Gettysburg
, 3.45-3.75; again in Virginia
, 3.98; movements of in Virginia
to the retreat from Mine Run
, 3.98-3.111; reorganization of under Grant
, 3.292; movements of to the battle of Spottsylvania Court-House
, 3.295-3.309; further movements of to the crossing of the James
and the investment of Petersburg
, 3.324-3.340; to the battle of Boydton road, 3.350-3.362; casualties in in 1864 (note), 3.862; further movements of to the fall of Petersburg
, 3.530-3.551, and to the surrender of Lee
Army of the Tennessee
appointed to the command of, 3.144.
Army of Virginia
, operations of under Pope
, battle near, 3.218.
Arsenal at Charleston
, seizure of by State Militia, 1.137.
Arsenal at Chattanooga
, seizure of, 1.170.
Arsenal at St. Louis
, saved by the energy of Lyon
, at the battle of Pea Ridge
Ashby, Gen., Turner
, death of, 2.395.
, Stonewall Jackson
Assassination of President Lincoln