Army of Tennessee, and others, commanded by General J E Johnston31,243
General Jeff Thompson's Army of Missouri7,978
Miscellaneous Paroles, Department of Virginia
Paroled at Cumberland, Maryland, and other stations9,377
Paroled by General McCook, in Alabama and Florida6,428
Army of the Department of Alabama, Lieutenant-General R. Taylor42,293
Army of the Trans-Mississippi Department, General E. K. Smith17,686
Paroled in the Department of Washington3,390
Paroled in Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, and Texas13,922
Surrendered at Nashville and Chattanooga, Tenn5,029
Adjutant-General's office, January 3, 1881
General Breck to Author. War Department, Adjutant-General's office, Washington. July 29, 1868. Brevet Brigadier-General Adam Badeau, Headquarters, Armies of the United States, A. D. C. Washington, D. C.:
General: In reply to your communication, of the 24th instant, I have to furnish you the following information, from the
national railroads, III., 51; moves into Middle Tennessee, 52; capture of Athens, 57, 152, 181 cutscapes from Thomas into Alabama 181; reenters Tennessee, 184; at Port Heiman, 186; movements on Harp, 406; proclaims thanksgiving for success in Tennessee, 546; address to Grant on appointment as lied's army in Tennessee, 187; Thomas's army in Tennessee 188; at battle of Franklin, 212; first Fort eneral Sterling, captures Iuka, i., 110 in West Tennessee, 109-120; defeated at Big Blue river, III.le of Nashville, 251, 257; ordered east from Tennessee, 364; in North Carolina, 379; captures Wilmir-general in regular army, 402; ordered to West Tennessee, 420; march of four hundred miles, 453; m61, 62, 153-162; retrograde movement towards Tennessee, 50-59, 151, 152; relations with Thomas, 153el forces east of Mississippi river, 639.
Tennessee, military situation in, November, 1861, i., ., 163, 165.
Van Dorn, General Earl, in West Tennessee, 109-120.
Vicksburg, strength and impor