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Cleveland, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
l objectives in, 517; the selection of commanders in, 517; necessity of military unity in, 517; its delays, 525; the financial lesson of, 529-534 Clarksville, Tenn., scheme to draw Hood toward, 211 Claybanks, in Missouri, 72, 87, 91 Cleveland, Tenn., S. at, 161 Cleveland, Grover, the War Department under his administration, 423; restores Fitz-John Porter to the army, 460; assigns S. to the command of the army, 468; S. submits scheme of War Department reform to, 480; action and orderstween Stanley and, 160; proposes to seize the passes through Lookout Range, 161; asks to be sent to, is ordered to join, and reports to Thomas, 161, 164, 165, 190, 320, 322, 344; ordered to Chattanooga, 161; watches Hood's movements, 161; at Cleveland, Tenn., 161; ordered to defend Caperton's Ferry, 162; requested to write a critical history of the Atlanta campaign, 162; reports to Sherman, 164; marches toward Savannah, 165; ordered to Tullahoma, 165; ordered to Johnsonville, 165, 166, 288-290;
Mobile, Ala. (Alabama, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
from, 284, 285, 290, 321, 325; Halleck's and Pope's plan of clearing rebels from, 358, 359 Missouri River, the, military operations on, 37; guerrilla warfare on, 358, 359 Missouri United States Reserve Corps, the, organization of, 35 Mobile, Ala., proposed movements against, 253, 312, 317, 332; contemplated change of base to, 303; cutting through the South at, 337 Mobile and Ohio Railroad, proposed movement against, from Vicksburg, 199; anticipated movement by Hood on, 315 Modoc with and opinions of Grant, 324, 337, :347, 348, 357, 358, 443, 479, 543; at Gaylesburg, 326; probable expectations from the Tennessee campaign, 329; joint operations with Grant against Lee, 331 et seq., 337, :347, 348; possible movements against Mobile and Pensacola, 332; movement to Augusta, 332, 337, 338; loyalty, 334; Johnston's negotiations with and capitulation to, 335, 348-353, 355, 356, 360, 361; knowledge of Thomas's character, 336; credited by Grant with his plans and achievements, 337
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
lavery 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 gy and determination, 249, 250; announces Hood's flight across the Tennessee, 251; puts his army into winter quarters, 251, 255; plans spring campaign, 251-253, 255-257; assigns new regiments to S., 253, 254; proposes campaigns in Mississippi and Alabama, 253, 255, 256; Grant's anxiety and impatience at his delays, and preparations for his removal, 255, 260, 295, 325; inactivity, 255-257; considers war the normal condition of the country, 256, 257; sends cavalry to S., 258; interview with Wood,
Rome, Ga. (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
osed movement to, 334 Rock Springs, Wyo., massacre of Chinese at, 509 Rocky-Face Ridge, military operations near, 124, 126, 129 Rocky Mountains, the, development of the country west of, 491 Roddey, Brig.-Gen. Philip D., on the Tennessee, 318 Rolla, Mo., military movements near, 37, 38, 40, 42, 47, 48, 65; retreat from Wilson's Creek to, 47, 48 Rollins, James S., memorandum furnished to, by S., 89-91; relates anecdote of Lincoln's reception of a Missouri delegation, 108 Rome, Ga., military movements near, 315, 316; Sherman at, 318; burning of, 321 Rome, Italy, S. at, 393 Romero, Señor, consultation with S. concerning Mexican affairs, 379, 380; S. reports progress to, 389 Rosecrans, Maj.-Gen. William S., S. reports for duty to, 66; S. sends reinforcements to, 90; appointed to command in Missouri, 112; Thomas's service under, 189; sends reinforcements to Thomas, 319 Rough and Ready, Ga., capture of the railroad at, 159 Rousseau, Col. Laurence H., in ba
Oklahoma (Oklahoma, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
n for militia, 322 Indian Bureau, the, the Modoc outbreak and, 435, 436; abuse of its powers, 436 Indian River, Fla., travel on, 19, 23; service on, 19-25; military operations on, 23 Indians, protection against raids by, 426, 428, 435-438; results of broken faith with, 436-438; the problem of restraint of, 487-489; threatened outbreak by, 488; battle of Wounded Knee, 488; enlistment of, 488, 489; allotments in severalty, 489; civilization of, 489; campaigns against, 514, 515 Indian Territory, S. reclaims the, 90; included in Division of the Gulf, 447 Infantry and Cavalry School, 460 Influence, 11, 12, 514 Insurrection, tactical dealing with, 495, 504, 505 Interstate commerce, organized obstruction to, 492 et seq. Intrenchments, question of carrying by assault, 127, 128, 142-148 Iowa, Rev. James Schofield'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 Jack
Owens (California, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
, 2 One Hundred and Twenty-eighth Indiana Volunteers, a young straggler from the, 155, 156 Opdycke, Maj.-Gen. Emerson, in battle of Franklin, 177-181, 229; the meed of praise due to, 179-181 Oregon, visit of Sherman and S. to, 430; the Modoc Indians in, 434-437 O'Reilley, Thomas, member of anti-Scho-field committee from St. Louis to Washington, 58, 59 Otis, Brig.-Gen., commanding Department of the Columbia, 510; orders to, concerning obstruction of Pacific rail-roads, 510, 511 Owens River, the earthquake of 1871 on the, 431 P Pacific Ocean, development of railroad communication between the Mississippi and the, 491, 492 Pacific railroads, the, riots on, 492 et seq.; the acts authorizing, 509, 510; military roads, 509-512 Palais Royal, Prince Napoleon's dinner at, 389 Palatka, Fla., S. at, 19 Palmer, Maj.-Gen. John M., movement before Atlanta, Aug. 4-5, 1864, 149; mistakes, 149, 150; his national services, 150; S.'s esteem for, 150, 151; Thomas's opinion of
Roma (Italy) (search for this): chapter 32
ace Ridge, military operations near, 124, 126, 129 Rocky Mountains, the, development of the country west of, 491 Roddey, Brig.-Gen. Philip D., on the Tennessee, 318 Rolla, Mo., military movements near, 37, 38, 40, 42, 47, 48, 65; retreat from Wilson's Creek to, 47, 48 Rollins, James S., memorandum furnished to, by S., 89-91; relates anecdote of Lincoln's reception of a Missouri delegation, 108 Rome, Ga., military movements near, 315, 316; Sherman at, 318; burning of, 321 Rome, Italy, S. at, 393 Romero, Señor, consultation with S. concerning Mexican affairs, 379, 380; S. reports progress to, 389 Rosecrans, Maj.-Gen. William S., S. reports for duty to, 66; S. sends reinforcements to, 90; appointed to command in Missouri, 112; Thomas's service under, 189; sends reinforcements to Thomas, 319 Rough and Ready, Ga., capture of the railroad at, 159 Rousseau, Col. Laurence H., in battle of Franklin, 179 Rousseau, Maj.-Gen. Lovell H., on the defense of the bridg
aca, 141; foreboding of death, 141 Eugenie, Empress, S. presented to, 392 Europe, the modern wars of, 357; S.'s visits to, 384-393, 449-453 Evarts, William Mrmy of the West, 49; attitude of the Blair family toward, 49; purchases arms in Europe, 50; vacillation, 50; takes the field in central Missouri, 51; dogmatic orders wo kinds of strategy, 336, 337; territorial strategy, 358, 359; application of European rules in America, 359 Military study, 2:35 Military system, 345, 346 lf, 448; correspondence with Sherman as to the retirement bill, 449; sojourn in Europe (1881-82), 449-453; offered command of the Division of the Pacific, 450; promisses French autumn maneuvers, 451-453; speech at Limoges, 452, 453; returns from Europe, 453; reassigned to command of the Division of the Pacific, 453; headquarters a his statesmanship, 393; adherence to the Monroe Doctrine, 393; recalls S. from Europe, 393; relations with S. in the matter of Grant and Stanton, 478 Shelby, Bri
Tennessee River (United States) (search for this): chapter 32
158, 159; collects his forces at Lovejoy's Station, 159; S.'s anxiety to attack, 159; advance on Spring Hill, the battle and its strategy, 160, 172, 173, 213, 215-219, 230, 231, 258, 301; westward and northward movement, the crossing of the Tennessee River, and the invasion of and campaign in Tennessee, 160, 163, 164, 167, 191, 193, 252, 254, 258, 289, 301, 303 et seq., 313, 315, 316, 318, 319, 321, 325; advance on and battle at Columbia, 160, 168, 172, 201 et seq., 252, 254, 258, 282; battle n, 257 ; the campaign in, its results and possibilities, 260, 300, 301, 315 et seq., 329, 338, 345 ; Thomas's report of the campaign, 277, 279 et seq.; S.'s report of the campaign, 283; Forrest's operations in, 308; reconstruction in, 370 Tennessee River, general military movements on, and Hood's crossing's of, 161, 165, 167, 192, 207, 251, 253, 255-258, 260, 289, 295, 300, 301, 304, 305, 316–:322, 325; Forrest's raid on, 165; Thomas's army in winter quarters on, 251 ; Thomas proposes to cam
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
, at Philadelphia, 429 Soldier, the value of his life, 182, 183; the duty of a, 425 Soldiers, the spirit of comradeship among, 26; their camp-fires, 473; war service considered in appointments and promotions, 473 South, the, reconstruction in, 353-356, 364, 365 (see also reconstruction); the negro question after emancipation, 367-376; oppression of, during reconstruction days, 395 et seq., 435; disfranchisement of rebels in, 396 et seq. See also Confederate States of America. South Carolina, the hospitality of, 19; Sherman's march through, 314, 330, 332, 340, 346-348; advantage of a destructive campaign in, 339 South Chicago, labor riots at, 498 Springfield, Mo., military movements at, 37-41, 43, 46, 47; S. at, 65 Spring Hill, Tenn., Hood's movements and strategy at, apprehensions and possibilities of his success at, 129, 209, 213, 215, 217, 218, 230, 231, 251, 300, 301; battle of, 160, 172, 251, 254, 258, 301; military movements near, 170-174, 176, 177, 184-186
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