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Pensacola (Florida, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
gements for the Twenty-third Corps, 345 Partizanship, dangerous, 540, 543 Party politics, a detriment in the War Department, 407 et seq. Patriotism, of the American soldier, 183; a valuable kind of, 360; true, 481; professional, 539, 540 Peabody Fund, Grant at meeting of trustees of, 413 Pearl River, examination of the harbor of, 432 Pennock, Rear-Adm., takes S. to Hawaii, 431 Pennsylvania, the Confederate invasion of, 234; delays in calling out her reserves, 525 Pensacola, Fla., possible movement by Sherman to, 312, 332 Petersburg, Va., siege of, 313, 329; Sherman's plan of marching against, 347 Philadelphia, assembly of the Society of the Army of the Potomac at, 429 Phrases: Anonymous or unassigned: If digging is the way to put down the rebellion I guess we will have to do it, 155 If you were half as scared as I am, you would run away, 45 It is all right, boys; I like the way the old man chaws his tobacco, 120 Oh, just to make him yelp, 490 That boo
Lee's Creek, Ark. (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
ngstreet joins, 116; his army the proper objective for the spring campaign of 1865, 253, 255, 337, 347, 348; his surrender and its results, 261, 262, 314, 330, 344, 347 349; Grant competent to handle, without Sherman, 303; doubts of Grant's capturing, 329, 330; possibilities of his prolonging the war, 329, 330; joint operations by Sherman and Grant against, 331 et seq.; Grant's final campaign against, 347, 348; prevention of his junction with Johnston, 347; necessity of beating, 530 Lee's Creek, Ark., military movements on, 62 Legal-tender notes, the issue of, 531, 532 Lehman, Ord.-Serg., in battle of Wilson's Creek, 45 Lewisburg and Franklin Turnpike, Tenn., Hood's movements near, 208-210, 213 Lieutenant-general, the rank of, 538 Light-artillery school, established at Fort Riley, 426, 427 Limoges, France, the autumn manoeuvers of 1881 at, 451-453; speech by S. at, 452, 453 Lincoln, Abraham, the spirit of charity in, 31; first call for volunteers, 32; authorize
Neuse (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
uregard from Corinth against, 321 Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, fear of Hood's gaining possession of the, 171, 195 et seq., 201, 203, 205, 206 National credit, the maintenance of, 529-534 National Guard, the, 522 Nature, the laws of, 532-534 Negroes, question of recruiting, in Missouri, 73; question of suffrage for, 373, 374, 376; status after emancipation, 367-376, 446 Negro suffrage, forced upon the South, 396 et seq. Negro troops, enlistment of, 90, 92, 99 Neuse River, bridged by S., 346 New Hope Church, Ga., military operations near, 143 New Madrid, Mo., mutiny among troops ordered to, 84, 85, 87 New Market, Tenn., S. retires on, 115 New Mexico, obstruction of railroads in, 512 New Smyrna, Fla., S. at, 19 Newton, Maj.-Gen., John, battle of Resaca, 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, 4
Duck River (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
198 Cooper, Maj.-Gen. Joseph A., guarding Duck River, 213, 258; battle of Franklin, 225 Coosa ts condition of Gen. Blunt's district, 93 Duck River, crossed by Hood, 129, 168, 170, 175, 192, 251, 260-262, 273, 317, 324, 341,343; crosses Duck River, 129, 168, 170, 175, 192, 206, 208-210, 212-sville, 211; Thomas plans to draw him across Duck River, 211; S.'s belief in the ultimate defeat of,ds, and engagements see Brentwood; Columbia; Duck River; Franklin; Harpeth River; Nashville; Pulaskiin, 177; at Columbia, 202; supporting Cox at Duck River, 207; despatch from X., Nov. 29, 1864, 214; at Columbia, 168; urges holding the line of Duck River, 168, 171, 207; approves S.'s actions, 169; boroa, 206; plans the drawing of Hood across Duck River, 211; advises S. to retreat to Franklin, 212v. 29, 1864, 212; reports Hood's crossing of Duck River, 213; to cover Franklin and Spring Hill, 214anklin, 176, 180; reports Hood's crossing of Duck River, 214; placed between Duck River and Rutherfo[9 more...]
North Fork (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
ncial 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 orders in the labor riots of 1894, 494, 495, 497, 500-503, 506;, 507; orders S. to suppress Chinese massacres, 509 Clinton, Mo., military movements at, 37 Cogswell, Milton, inspecting officer at West Point, 13, 14 Coinage, the right of, 533 Colorado, S. purchases a ranch in, 426; obstruction of railroads in, 509, 510, 512 Colored troops, the enlistment of, 90, 92, 99 Columbia, S. C., Sherman's march to, 327, 338, 339 Columbia, Tenn., Federal movements at and near, operations for defense, and battle of, 160, 166-168, 175, 193-197, 201-204, 207, 216, 217, 222, 252, 254, 258, 282, 289, 290; Hood's m
Chickamauga (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
oga Valley, proposed movement by Sherman in, 308 Chicago, Ill., becomes a military center, 425; Sheridan removes headquarters from St. Louis to, 425; S.'s headquarters at, 453-455; railroad strikes at, 454; its importance, 454, 455; military protection for, 454, 455; establishment of Fort Sheridan, 454, 455; Sheridan's services to, 455; the labor riots of 1894, 493 et seq. Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Rail-road, riots on the, 498, 499, 501 Chicago River, defense of, 454 Chickamauga, Ga., dedication of the field of, 297 Chief of staff, the office of, 410 Chile, threatened war with, 489, 490 China, violation of treaty between the United States and, 509 Chinese laborers, massacre of, in Wyoming, 509 Cincinnati, O., S. ordered to purchase arms at, 48; S. at, 345 Cipher code, the, 232, 233 Cipher despatches, the art of deciphering, 233. See also military telegrams, etc. Citizenship, necessity of training for, 356; the duties of, in time of war, 539, 54
Florence (Italy) (search for this): chapter 32
assumes command of, 48; converted into artillery, 48, 50, 51. See also first Missouri artillery. First Missouri Volunteers (colored), organization of the, 99 First U. S. Artillery, ordered to Fort Moultrie, 18; S. appointed second lieutenant in, 19, 183; outbreak of yellow fever in, 20, 183 First U. S. Cavalry, service in Missouri, 37 First U. S. Infantry, service in Missouri, 37 Florence, Ala., Hood at and near, 165, 195 et seq., 197, 318, 320; Beauregard near, 288 Florence, Italy, S. at, 393 Florida, the second Artillery ordered to, 18; S.'s service in, 19-25, 183; sport in, 19, 23; studying law in, 22, 23; acquiring malaria in, 23; military engineering in, 23, 24; yellow fever in, 183 Foard, Dr. A. J., assistant surgeon, Battery D, First Artillery, 20 Forced loans, 530, 531 Foreboding of death, 141 Forrest, Lieut.-Gen. Nathan B., raids Johnsonville, 165, 288; before Columbia, 168; near Spring Hill, 171; driven from Spring Hill, 172; at Thompson's S
Columbia (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
s S. to the command of the army, 468; S. submits scheme of War Department reform to, 480; action and orders in the labor riots of 1894, 494, 495, 497, 500-503, 506;, 507; orders S. to suppress Chinese massacres, 509 Clinton, Mo., military movements at, 37 Cogswell, Milton, inspecting officer at West Point, 13, 14 Coinage, the right of, 533 Colorado, S. purchases a ranch in, 426; obstruction of railroads in, 509, 510, 512 Colored troops, the enlistment of, 90, 92, 99 Columbia, S. C., Sherman's march to, 327, 338, 339 Columbia, Tenn., Federal movements at and near, operations for defense, and battle of, 160, 166-168, 175, 193-197, 201-204, 207, 216, 217, 222, 252, 254, 258, 282, 289, 290; Hood's movements on and near, strength, etc., 168, 170, 172, 194-197, 201 et seq., 206, 218, 219, 230, 252, 254, 258, 282, 290, 300, 301; possibilities of Thomas moving against Hood from, 194-197; Thomas's purpose to fight Hood at, 195-197, 201; Hood held in check at, 252, 254,
Swan Point (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
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, 460, 461; despatches to Burnside, 462 Porter, Col., Horace, mission from Grant to Sherman, 306 Posse Comitatus Act, the, 509 Potomac River, the, S.'s troops delayed in, 294, 346 Powder Spring Road, Ga., military operations on the, 135 Prairie Grove, Ark., battle of, 62-6??? Press, a false freedom of the, 425 Price, Maj.-Gen., Sterling, defeated by Lyon at Boonville, 37 Proctor, Redfield, Secretary of War, 423. See also War Department. Professional patriots, 539, 540 Provisional government, 376, 377 Public service, the path to success in the, 480-483 Puget Sound, protecting the Northern Pacific Rai
Gaylesville (Alabama, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
st Point, 3 Garfield, James Abram, election and inauguration, 447, 450; abolishes the Division of the Gulf, 451; assassination, 453 Garnett, Col. Robert S., commandant of cadets at West Point, 15 Gaylesburg, Ga., Sherman at, 326 Gaylesville, Ala., Sherman at, 318 General, the rank of, 538 Generals, as politicians, 355 Geologists, the God-hating, 9 Georgia, abandoned by Hood, 163, 164, 309, 318, 332, 333; Sherman's plans and operations in, 252, 254, 285, 299 et seq., 314, movement against Beauregard, 311; S.'s objections to his plans, 313, 314, 323 et seq.; innocence of ravages after Lee's surrender, 314; share in the subjection of the South, 314, 315; at Cartersville, 315; theory of war, 317; at Rome, 318; at Gaylesville, 318; to destroy railroads in Georgia, 319, 322; moves to Kingston, 320; burns Rome, 321; moves from Atlanta, 322; impatience, 322; military genius, 324, 330-342, 344, 355-358; his policy indorsed by success, 323; relations with and opinions o
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