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Alexandria (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
istinguished from antislavery man, 74 Accident in war, 234 Acworth, Ga., military movements near, 130, 316 Adams, Charles F., U. S. Minister at London, 385, 392 Adjutant-general, the office of the, 422, 423, 469, 470 Advance and Retreat (Hood's), 172 Alabama, Hood's proposed movement toward, 163; Thomas proposes a campaign in, 253, 255, 256, 305; abundance of supplies in, 288; Thomas to have command over, 317 Alexander, Col. Barton S., trip to Hawaii with S., 431 Alexandria, Va., provisional government of Virginia at, 394 Allatoona, Ga., military operations near, 143, 163 American Association for the Advancement of Science, 28 Americans, patriotism and courage among, 183 American soldier, the, business methods in his movements, 145; has a mind of his own, 155; manhood and valor of, 365, 366 Amnesty, the oath of, 375, 376 Anarchy, one of the causes of, 75 Annapolis, Md., Adm. Porter becomes superintendent of Naval Academy at, 439 Anthony, Ma
Bull's Gap (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
al, 96, 97; letter from S., 107, 108 Buchanan, James, a bet on the election of, 8 Buchanan County, Mo., alleged arming of disloyal persons in, 105 Buell, Maj.-Gen. Don C., Thomas's service under, 189 Bull Run, Va., battle of, 525 Bull's Gap, held by Longstreet, 115, 116 Bureau of Engineering, prepares plans of sea-coast defense, 484-486 Bureau of Ordnance, prepares plans for sea-coast defense, 484-486 Burnside, Maj.-Gen. Ambrose E., at Knoxville, 113, 114; wreck of his artitude in the Fitz-John Porter case, 464, 465 London, Eng., S. in, 385, 392, 393 Longstreet, Lieut.-Gen., James, failure of Parke to expel him from Tennessee, 114; advances to Strawberry Plains, 114; retreats toward Morristown, 115; holds Bull's Gap, 115, 116; withdraws from Tennessee and joins Lee in Virginia, 116 Lookout Range, S. proposes to seize the passes through, 161 Lothrop, Lieut., service in Missouri, 35 Louisiana, included in Division of the Gulf, 447 Louisville, Ky.
Napoleon (Ohio, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
he other 69 Every foul bird comes abroad, and every dirty reptile rises up, 95 Those fellows have been lying to me again, 108 You fellows are lying to me, 108 Popular: Charcoals, 72, 87, 90 Claybanks, 72, 87, 91 Copperheads, 107 Cooerate, the military meaning of, 12;, 124 Gallantry in action, 182 Support, the military meaning of, 123, 124, 130 To fire the Southern heart, 234 Schofield : The President's policy is my policy; his orders my rule of action, 540 Seward: [S. to get his] legs under Napoleon's mahogany, 385 Piedmont route, the, 338 Pilot Knob, Mo., military movements at, 51; S. at, 51; Col. Carlin commanding, 51 Pittsburg, Pa., S. ordered to purchase arms at, 48; S. at, 345 Pittsburg, Fort, Wayne, & Chicago Rail-road, riots on the, 499, 500 Pittsburg Landing, Tenn., C. F. Smith ordered to, 361 Platte County, Mo., reported expulsion of Union families from, 93; troubles in, 105 Plumb, Preston B., U. S. Senator, aids in establishing artillery and cavalry schoo
Goldsboro (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
the names of places); question of Hood's movements in, 299 et seq.; Grant suggests a cavalry raid through, 309; Pres. Davis's threat and promise concerning, 309, 310, 331; Sherman's loss of mastery in, 338 Gerry, N. Y., birthplace of the author, 1 Getty, Maj.-Gen. George W., on board of review of Fitz-John Porter case, 461 Gettysburg, Pa., Federal arming of rebel prisoners captured at, 104 Gillen, Maj.-Gen. Alvan C., disasters in Tennessee, 195 Gold and silver, 532-534 Goldsboro, N. C., Sherman's march to, 339, 346; occupied by S., 346; concentration at, 346, 347 Gordon's Ferry, Tenn., proposal to obstruct roads at, 211 Grand Hotel, Paris, S.'s speech at, 386, 387 Granger, Brig.-Gen. R. S., proposed concentration of his troops on the Chattanooga railroad, 194, 197, 203; possibilities of his holding Decatur, 197; detained at Murfreesboroa, 197; Sherman advises that he threaten the rear, 199; expected at Murfreesboroa, 205 Granny White Turnpike, Tenn., milit
Liverpool (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 32
54 Jackson, Lieut.-Gen. Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall), 172 Jacksonville, Fla., S. at, 19 Java, the, S. sails for Liverpool on, 385 Jefferson City, Mo., State Convention at, 71 et seq. Jesup, Gen., 24 Johnson, Andrew, reconstruction pol 63; proposed movement against, 70; capture of, 70, 85 Little Tennessee River, the, military movements on, 115 Liverpool, Eng., S. at, 385 Livingston, La Rhett L., S.'s room-mate at West Point, 13; brevet second lieutenant, Battery D, Firstca, 140 Newtonia, Mo., military movements at, 38 New York, a forbidden trip from West Point to, 7, 8; S. leaves for Liverpool, 385; Gen. Scott removes his headquarters from Washington to, 406, 469; Sherman's fondness for, 542 New York Herald,r, 383; ordered to report at State department, 383 ; final instructions from Seward, 384, 385; sails for Paris, 385; at Liverpool, 385; in London, 385, 392; arrives in Paris, 385; relations with Minister Adams, 385, 392, 33 ; visits Italy, 385, 393;
Kinston (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
roops at Spring Hill, 173; at Franklin, 175; placed between Duck River and Rutherford's Creek, 214; movement to Franklin, 216; battle of Nashville, 263 King, Brig.-Gen. Rufus, entertains S. at Rome, 393 Kingston, Ga., Sherman at, 320 Kinston, N. C., capture of, 346 Kissimmee River, the, military operations on, 23 Klamath Reservation, the, the Modocs on, 435, 436 Knights of St. Patrick, Sherman's speech to, mentioned, 441 Knoxville, Tenn., S. arrives at, 113; siege of, raisedh to the sea, 323 et seq. (see also Georgia; Sherman); absence from the field during Hood's raid in Sherman's rear, 325; interview with Sherman at Gaylesburg, 326; seeks permission to join Stanley, 326; as a decoy at Franklin, 343, 344; captures Kinston, 346; occupies Wilmington, 346; commands the center of Sherman's army, 346; occupies Goldsboroa, 346; commanding Department of North Carolina, 346, 351, 360, 367-377; apprehends guerrilla warfare, 350, 351; share in the Sherman-Johnston negotiat
Annapolis (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
mericans, patriotism and courage among, 183 American soldier, the, business methods in his movements, 145; has a mind of his own, 155; manhood and valor of, 365, 366 Amnesty, the oath of, 375, 376 Anarchy, one of the causes of, 75 Annapolis, Md., Adm. Porter becomes superintendent of Naval Academy at, 439 Anthony, Mayor (of Leavenworth), in the Kansas-Missouri troubles, 79, 80, 84 Anti-slavery man, distinguished from abolitionist, 74 Appalachicola River, the, Sherman's propoe case of Fitz-John Porter and, 461, 462 Popular government, education the foundation of, 533 Porter, Adm. David D., trip by Grant and S. to visit, 294, 295; in military conference at Cape Fear River, 346; superintendent of Naval Academy, Annapolis, 439 Porter, Maj.-Gen., Fitz-John, sits in court-martial on S. at West Point, 241, 242; court-martial judgment on, reversed, 242; board of review in case of, 443; review of his case, 460-466; restored to the army, 460; appeals to S. in 1868,
Chattanooga (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
Charcoals, in Missouri, 72, 87, 90 Charleston, S. C., S. at, 17, 21, 26; an affair of honor in, 21, 22; Sherman's march to, 316, 318, 333, 337; Sherman proposes to destroy, 317 Charlotte, N. C., proposed route for Sherman via, 338, 339 Chase, Salmon P., Presidential intrigues for, in Missouri, 77; letter to S., May 7, 1865, 373, 376; views on reconstruction, 373-376 Chattahoochee River, the, military movements on, 231, 341; Sherman proposes to march to its mouth, 316 Chattanooga, Tenn., battle of, 114; opening of communication with Nashville, 114; Thomas at, 115; S. ordered to, 161; threatened by Hood, 161, 163, 318; Federal possession of, 193-197; force of railroad guards, convalescents, etc., at, 195-197, 204,205; strategic importance of, 260; dedication of the field of, 297; as base of supplies for Sherman, 304, 320, 321; breaking the railroads near, 316-318; Thomas to hold, 317, 319; possible siege of, 319, 321, 322; cutting through the South at, 337 Chattanoo
North Dakota (North Dakota, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
rd Corps in, 346; the end of the war in, 353; S. military governor of, 346, 351, 360, 367-377; the negro question in, 367-376; announcement of cessation of hostilities, 368, 369; restoration of order and trade in, 369, 370; reconstruction in, 370-376; the domestic relations in, 371, 372; restrictions of the Treasury on trade in, 373; question of the State Constitution, 373-376; provisional government, 376, 377; S. resigns command in, 377; appointment of Provisional Governor Holden, 377 North Dakota, obstruction of railroads in, 512 Northern Ohio Democrat, the (of Toledo), cited, 293-295 Northern Pacific Railroad, military protection on the line of the, 510-512 O Oahu, a trial to, 432 Ohio, possibilities of Hood's invading, 305 Ohio River, fears of Hood's reaching, 295, 300 Okeechobee, Lake, military operations at, 23-25 Olley's Creek, Cox forces the passage of, 441 Olney, Atty.-Gen. Richard, report of, cited, 493; approves S.'s order of May 25, 1894, 509
Jefferson City (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
chofield's mission work in, 1 Iron-clad oath, the, 376, 396, 400, 401 Italy, S. visits, 385, 393 J Jackman, in Shelby's raid into Missouri, 101 Jackson, Tenn., possible movement by Beauregard to, 311; Forrest at, 319 Jackson, Claiborne F., governor of Missouri, 32; disloyalty, 32, 33; joins the rebellion and flees from Missouri, 54 Jackson, Lieut.-Gen. Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall), 172 Jacksonville, Fla., S. at, 19 Java, the, S. sails for Liverpool on, 385 Jefferson City, Mo., State Convention at, 71 et seq. Jesup, Gen., 24 Johnson, Andrew, reconstruction policy, 354, 374, 376, 395, 420; consults with S. on Mexican affairs, 379; vetoes reconstruction acts, 395; his conflict with Congress, 395, 404; impeachment, 395, 404, 407 et seq., 413-420, 478; controversy with Stanton, 411 et seq.; letter from Grant, Aug. 1, 1867, 411; relations with Grant, 411 et seq.; letter from Grant, Feb. 3, 1868, 412; claims the Tenure-of-Office Act unconstitutional, 412; app
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