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292; left in possession of enemy by Butler, 257; Grant's intention of seizing, 377, 382; Wilson's raid upon, 403-412; attempts to reach, October, 1864, III., 115-122, 132; one object of final movement from Petersburg, 442; seized by Wright, 510. Spottsylvania, battles around, II., 136; nature and features of battle-field, 138; movements of May 8, 142; fighting on the Po river, 152-160; Warren's assault of May 10, 161; Upton's storming party, 164; assault of May 12, 171-182; movements from May 13 to 20, 195-210. Stanton, Edwin M., Secretary of War, support and appreciation of Grant, from Fort Donelson, i., 54; offers to remove Rosecrans from command 424; constant support of Grant and non-interference in military movements, II., 13 et passim; correspondence with Grant, III., 15, 122, 126; disapproves of Sherman's march, 157 personal characteristics of, 198-201; correspondence with Grant relative to Thomas at Nashville, 216, 238, 239; at Fort Fisher, 344; promotes commanders on the
movements in valley of Po, 152; movements of May 10, 1864, 164; assault of May 12, 171-183; assault of May 17, 198; movement to Fredericksburg railroad 201, 218; movements on the North Anna, 227-237, on the Totopotomy, 270, 271; at Cold Harbor, 281, 287, 296, 299; crossing the James 339, 348, 351-356; advance to Petersburg, 360, 362; assaults on Petersburg, 365, 377; temporarily relieved on account of wounds, 369; requests investigation of conduct before Petersburg, 377; at Deep Bottom, July 26 to 29, 1864, 468; before Petersburg, July 30, 475, 485; second movement at Deep Bottom, 506, 507, 511; brigadier-general in regular army 513; at Ream's station, 527-531; at catcher's run, 117-128; in command of Middle Military Division, III., 417. Hanover ferry, position of, II., 267. Hanover junction as a strategic point, II., 217. Hardee, General Wm. J., in command at Macon, III., 287; at Augusta, 288; at Savannah, 305; evacuates Savannah, 306; abandons Columbia, 422; defeat and
September 29th (search for this): chapter 19
burg campaign, 161, 232; at battle of Port Gibson, 207; at battle of Champion's hill, 269; assaults on Vicksburg, 327; siege of Vicksburg, 333, 358, 359; at battle of Chickamauga, 432; at battle of Chattanooga, 524; entire strength, May, 1864, II., 32; on Rapidan, May, 1864, 93, 94; under Butler at Bermuda Hundred, 247; in Wilderness campaign, 326; at battle of Newmarket, 417; in Hunter's campaign, 418, 421; Sheridan's campaign in Valley, 504; Sherman's Atlanta campaign, 532; movements of September 29, i., 79 movements of October 28, 116; Schofield's army in Tennessee, 187; Thomas's army in Tennessee 188; at battle of Franklin, 212; first Fort Fisher expedition, 222; at battle of Nashville, 251 Sherman's march to sea, 283; second Fort Fisher expedition, 329; Sherman's campaign in Carolinas, 373; under Schofield in North Carolina, 377; under Sheridan, February, 1865, 412; before Richmond, March, 1864, 438; in Appomattox campaign, 442; at Five Forks, 495; under Wilson, March, 1865, 637.
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f Port Gibson, 207; at battle of Champion's hill, 269; assaults on Vicksburg, 327; siege of Vicksburg, 333, 358, 359; at battle of Chickamauga, 432; at battle of Chattanooga, 524; entire strength, May, 1864, II., 32; on Rapidan, May, 1864, 93, 94; under Butler at Bermuda Hundred, 247; in Wilderness campaign, 326; at battle of Newmarket, 417; in Hunter's campaign, 418, 421; Sheridan's campaign in Valley, 504; Sherman's Atlanta campaign, 532; movements of September 29, i., 79 movements of October 28, 116; Schofield's army in Tennessee, 187; Thomas's army in Tennessee 188; at battle of Franklin, 212; first Fort Fisher expedition, 222; at battle of Nashville, 251 Sherman's march to sea, 283; second Fort Fisher expedition, 329; Sherman's campaign in Carolinas, 373; under Schofield in North Carolina, 377; under Sheridan, February, 1865, 412; before Richmond, March, 1864, 438; in Appomattox campaign, 442; at Five Forks, 495; under Wilson, March, 1865, 637. Nelson, General, William, crosse
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ributive justice to, III., 424. South, war begun by the, i., 3; devotion and heroism of, 569. Southside railroad, route and importance of, II., 292; left in possession of enemy by Butler, 257; Grant's intention of seizing, 377, 382; Wilson's raid upon, 403-412; attempts to reach, October, 1864, III., 115-122, 132; one object of final movement from Petersburg, 442; seized by Wright, 510. Spottsylvania, battles around, II., 136; nature and features of battle-field, 138; movements of May 8, 142; fighting on the Po river, 152-160; Warren's assault of May 10, 161; Upton's storming party, 164; assault of May 12, 171-182; movements from May 13 to 20, 195-210. Stanton, Edwin M., Secretary of War, support and appreciation of Grant, from Fort Donelson, i., 54; offers to remove Rosecrans from command 424; constant support of Grant and non-interference in military movements, II., 13 et passim; correspondence with Grant, III., 15, 122, 126; disapproves of Sherman's march, 157 personal
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evotion and heroism of, 569. Southside railroad, route and importance of, II., 292; left in possession of enemy by Butler, 257; Grant's intention of seizing, 377, 382; Wilson's raid upon, 403-412; attempts to reach, October, 1864, III., 115-122, 132; one object of final movement from Petersburg, 442; seized by Wright, 510. Spottsylvania, battles around, II., 136; nature and features of battle-field, 138; movements of May 8, 142; fighting on the Po river, 152-160; Warren's assault of May 10, 161; Upton's storming party, 164; assault of May 12, 171-182; movements from May 13 to 20, 195-210. Stanton, Edwin M., Secretary of War, support and appreciation of Grant, from Fort Donelson, i., 54; offers to remove Rosecrans from command 424; constant support of Grant and non-interference in military movements, II., 13 et passim; correspondence with Grant, III., 15, 122, 126; disapproves of Sherman's march, 157 personal characteristics of, 198-201; correspondence with Grant relative to
May 12th, 171 AD (search for this): chapter 19
Augusta to organize cavalry, III., 292; at Columbia, S. C., 422; destroys Columbia by fire, 423. Hancock, General Winfield S., at battle of Wilderness, II., 109-123; movements in valley of Po, 152; movements of May 10, 1864, 164; assault of May 12, 171-183; assault of May 17, 198; movement to Fredericksburg railroad 201, 218; movements on the North Anna, 227-237, on the Totopotomy, 270, 271; at Cold Harbor, 281, 287, 296, 299; crossing the James 339, 348, 351-356; advance to Petersburg, 3; seized by Wright, 510. Spottsylvania, battles around, II., 136; nature and features of battle-field, 138; movements of May 8, 142; fighting on the Po river, 152-160; Warren's assault of May 10, 161; Upton's storming party, 164; assault of May 12, 171-182; movements from May 13 to 20, 195-210. Stanton, Edwin M., Secretary of War, support and appreciation of Grant, from Fort Donelson, i., 54; offers to remove Rosecrans from command 424; constant support of Grant and non-interference in m
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ure of Spanish Fort and Blakely, 637 evacuation of, 637. Montgomery, occupation of, III., 635. Mott General G., at battle of the Wilderness, II., 110-121; at Spottsylvania, 166, 167; at Deep Bottom and Bailey's creek, 507. Mower, General Joseph A., command transferred to Tennessee, III., 154; at Bentonsville, 431. Murphy, Colonel R. C., abandons Iuka, i., 110; surrenders Holly Springs, 138; cashiered, 139. Nashville, battle of, III., 249-279. Nashville, situation at, in December, 184, III., 210-234; topography of, 249. National army, right of suffrage of men in, III., 167; fourteen states authorize their soldiers to vote, 172. National losses.—At Belmont i., 20; at Fort Henry, 32; at Fort Donelson, 51; at Shiloh, 91; at Iuka, 113; at Corinth, 117; Sherman's attack on Haine's bluff, 145; at Arkansas Post, 149; at Port Gibson, 211; at Raymond, 237; at Jackson, 249; at Champion's Hill, 269; at Black river bridge, 278; Vicksburg campaign 284; assaults on Vicksburg,
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uart, General J. E. B., at Spottsylvania, II., 145; opposes Sheridan's movement to James river, 238; death, 239. Sturgis, General S. D., defeated at Guntown, II., 401. Sumpter, Fort, attack on, i., 3; fall of, 9. Tallahatchie river, Grant's movement to, 127-140; expedition to, from Yazoo pass 169-173. Taylor, General Richard, supersedes Hood, III.; 270; calls for more troops, 287; surrenders all rebel forces east of Mississippi river, 639. Tennessee, military situation in, November, 1861, i., 23; results in, consequent on capture of Fort Donelson, 55; movements in, after battle of Shiloh, 101-120; occupation and liberation of East, 545; situation in, November, 1864, III., 154-161, 174; Hood's campaign in, 153-280; geography and strategical situation of, 176-178. Tennessee river crossed by Buell's army, i., 86. Tennesseeans, East, loyalty of, i., 536. Terry, General A. H., at Fort Fisher, 329, 335, 336, 345-347; promotion of, 347; before Wilmington, 381; at Golds
ttle of Cedar creek, 90. Trevillian station, battle of, II., 393. Tuttle, General James M. at Jackson, i., 248; assault on Vicksburg, 311; siege of Vicksburg 345. Trade with enemy inimical to success in war, i., 409-411. Unanimity of North, as well as South, i., 4. United States, growth of, i., 1. Upton, General, Emory, at Spottsylvania, II., 163, 165. Van Dorn, General Earl, in West Tennessee, 109-120. Vicksburg, strength and importance of, i., 125; canal, proposed in 1862, but unsuccessful, 125; Grant's plans against, 133, 141; Sherman's expedition against, 143; situation and topography of Haine's bluff, 143,144; situation and fortifications of, 159, 160; Grant's problem, 162-163 Grant's canal, 166-666; Lake Providence, 166-168; Yazoo pass, 168-172; Steele's bayou, 173-177; Grierson's raid, 188; running the batteries, 190-193; second running of batteries, 197, 197; preliminary orders for campaign, 203; campaign cast of, 204-205; topography, 296; rebel lin
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