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X., 297. Campbell, C. T., X., 293. Campbell, L. A., II., 326. Campbell, W. B., X., 305. Campbell's cavalry, Confederate, I., 350. Campbell Station, Tenn., II., 346. Campbellville, Tenn., III., 338. Campbellsville, Ky., IV., 156. Campti, La., II., 352. Canada: as base of Confederate military, political and economic operations, VIII., 296-304. Canal, built by the Federals on the James River, and its unsuccessful end, III., 96. Canby, E. R. S.: III., 346; IV., 273; VI., 258, 276; IX., 246; X., 182. Candy, C., X., 89. Cane Hill, Ark., II., 326. Cane River, La., II., 352. Cane River crossing, N. C., II., 130. Canister, use of, V., 42. Cannon, J. W., VI., 267. Cannon: manufacture of, V., 126; rifle, V., 136 seq.; the lack of iron for manufacture of small arms, V., 134; sea-coast, V., 145; smooth-bore, V., 150; Confederate imported, manufactured, adopted and invented, V., 157; foundry of