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Selma (Alabama, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
ew York to preserve order during election, 171; Fort Fisher affair, 225, 229, 235, 246, 307, 323; relieved from command, 329. Cairo, Grant arrives at, i., 11; Grant in command of district of, 25. Campbell's station, fight at, i., 536. Canby, General E. R. S., supersedes Banks, II., 204; ordered to move against Mobile, 346; ordered to send troops to Pascagoula, III., 41; ordered to act against communications of Hood and Beauregard, 175; ordered to destroy factories at Montgomery and Selma, 367; movements on the Mississippi, 388; ordered into Alabama, 390; slowness and disregard of orders, 408, 409; campaign against Mobile, 637. Cape Fear river, geography of, III., 307; capture of defences of, 343; Schofield's movements on, 380. Carolinas, Sherman's campaign in the, III., 421-433. Cassville taken by Sherman, II., 535. Cedar creek, battle of, III., 92-100. Chamberlain's creek, repulse of rebels at, III., 468. Chambersburg, Pa., burnt by Early's orders, II., 49
West Fork Big Blue River (Nebraska, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
8, 439; Fort Steadman, 445-450; operations prior to Five Forks, 450-484 battle of Five Forks, 484-497; final assaults on Petersburg, 500-529; Appomattox campaign, 544-597. Potomac river, geography of, II., 8; Early's campaign on, 429-441; frozen, III., 368. Potter, General Robert B. before Petersburg, June 30, 1864, II. 4,0. Prentiss, General B. M., at battle of Shiloh, i., 74, 76, 78, 83. Price, General Sterling, captures Iuka, i., 110 in West Tennessee, 109-120; defeated at Big Blue river, III., 388. Providence, lake, expedition, i., 166-173, 178. Raids.—Grierson's, i. 188 189; Sheridan's to Richmond, May, 1864, II., 237-241 to Trevellian station, 392-398, in February, 1865, III., 412-417; Wilson's, 403-412; Grant's opinions of, 412, 413. Ransom, General T. E. G., commands brigade before Vicksburg, i., 347. Rapidan river, strategical situation of, i., 4, 14, 94; crossing of, 98. Rawlins, General John A., relations with Grant, II., 191; opposes Sherman's mar
Providence, R. I. (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
50; operations prior to Five Forks, 450-484 battle of Five Forks, 484-497; final assaults on Petersburg, 500-529; Appomattox campaign, 544-597. Potomac river, geography of, II., 8; Early's campaign on, 429-441; frozen, III., 368. Potter, General Robert B. before Petersburg, June 30, 1864, II. 4,0. Prentiss, General B. M., at battle of Shiloh, i., 74, 76, 78, 83. Price, General Sterling, captures Iuka, i., 110 in West Tennessee, 109-120; defeated at Big Blue river, III., 388. Providence, lake, expedition, i., 166-173, 178. Raids.—Grierson's, i. 188 189; Sheridan's to Richmond, May, 1864, II., 237-241 to Trevellian station, 392-398, in February, 1865, III., 412-417; Wilson's, 403-412; Grant's opinions of, 412, 413. Ransom, General T. E. G., commands brigade before Vicksburg, i., 347. Rapidan river, strategical situation of, i., 4, 14, 94; crossing of, 98. Rawlins, General John A., relations with Grant, II., 191; opposes Sherman's march to sea, III., 156, 157.
Weldon, N. C. (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
river, II., 351; in command of gunboat fleet at West, III., 65. Lee, General Robert E. in command of army of Northern Virginia, II., 5; battle of the Wilderness, 101-134; at Spottsylvania, 134-209; movement to the North Anna, 218-237 movements preceding battle of Cold Harbor, 266-273; battles at Cold Harbor, 275-309; observations on strategy of, 306-324; movements preceding crossing of James, 347-363 moves to Petersburg, 364; defence of Petersburg, 364-369; reports Petersburg cut off from Weldon, 387: sends Early and Breckenridge against Hunter, 419; doubts as to Early's expedition across the Potomac 431 reinforces Early in Valley of Virginia, 504; loses Weldon road, 520; disingenuous reports of, 208, 270, 523-525: III., 70, 127 prevented from reinforcing Hood or Early, 532; relations with Early's campaign, III., 17-24, 38, 80, 84,105; at Peeble's farm and Fort Harrison, 74-80; at Hatcher's run, 114-128; sends Hoke's division to North Carolina, 312; created general-in-chief, 356; al
Pamunkey (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
Appomattox with Sheridan and Meade, 546, 556, 558, 578, 584; at Rice's station, 573; at Appomattox, 598; at surrender of Lee, 602. Ossabaw sound opened by Sherman, III., 263; Sherman's arrival at, 297. Osterhaus, General P. J., battle of Champion's hill, i., 262; assault on Vicksburg, 320; battle of Lookout mountain, 499. Paducah, seizure of? i., 11. Palmer, General I., movement against Weldon railroad, III., 226; movement to hinder reinforcement of Wilmington, 228, 235. Pamunkey river, crossing of, II., 263-268; topography of surrounding country, 267. Parke,: General J. G. at siege of Vicksburg, i., 358; in East Tennessee, 545; in command of Ninth corps, II., 489; at Poplar Spring church and Peeble's farm, III., 75, 76; at Hatcher's run, 116-118; in front of Richmond, 441; at Fort Steadman, 445, 447; in front of Petersburg, 452; assaults on Petersburg, 506-519, 532; in Appomattox campaign, 550. Payne, General, in attack on Fort Fisher, III., 336. Peace party,
Federal Point (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
ry General William III., in command of Nineteenth corps at Cedar creek, III., 93 . Ewell, General R. S., at battle of the Wilderness, II., 95; holds south bank of Cumberland river, III., 242; at fall of Richmond, 538; sets fire to Richmond, 538; withdraws his command, 540 , captured at battle of Sailor's creek, 577. Farragut, Admiral, expedition of, against Vicksburg, i., 125; runs by Port Hudson and communicates with Grant, 179; passes forts at entrance of Mobile bay, III., 41. Federal Point, Cape Fear river, situation of, III., 307; geography of, 311. Ferrero, General E., at Spottsylvania, II. 207. Fisher, Fort, on Cape Fear river, expedition against, III., 224; position of, 226; Grant's instructions for operations against, 235; first operations against, 307-322; second operations against 325-348. Fisher's Hill, battle of, III., 31-35. Fitch, Captain, at Cumberland river, III., 239. Five Forks, importance of, III., 457, 459; rebel activity at, 459, 467; batt
Chicago (Illinois, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
erman by Hood, III., 153. Chattanooga, battle of orders of battle, i., 479-481; preliminary movements, 481, 482; capture of Orchard knoll, 489; Sherman's movement on Missionary ridge, 495; Hooker's ascent of Lookout mountain, 498-500; Sherman's second assault, 503; Bragg's right weakened, 507; Thomas carries Missionary ridge, 508, 509; utter rout of Bragg, 511; pursuit of rebels, 513; results, 525-530. Cheatham, General B. F., at Spring hill, III., 208; at battle of Nashville, 250. Chicago, plot to release rebel prisoners at, III., 170. Chickahominy bottom lands of, II., 267; advance of Grant towards, 271; army of the Potomac on, 339, 343; army of the Potomac crosses, 347. Cincinnati, the iron-clad, at Vicksburg, i., 344. City Point, seizure of, II., 248; situation and importance of 341; Grant changes his base from White House to, 346; national gunboats at, 351; Grant's Headquarters moved to, 363; central position of, 369; great depot at, 376; telegraph line from Was
Marietta (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
ent at mouth of, 447, 448; fate of, decided, 451. Louisiana, the, Butler's powder-ship at Fort Fisher, III., 308. Lynchburg, strategical importance of, II., 334-345; Hunter's movement against, 418-423. Macon, surrender of, III., 638. Marietta taken by Sherman, II., 538. Martindale, General John H., at Cold Harbor, II., 293; before Petersburg, 358. McAllister, Fort, capture of, by Hazen, III., 295. McArthur, General, John, at battle of Nashville, III., 254. McCausland, Generatlanta campaign, 508-553; moves from Chattanooga, 533; captures Resaca, 535; drives Johnston across the Oostenaula and Etowa rivers, 535; captures Cassville and Kingston, 535; battle of New Hope church, 536; assaults Kenesaw mountain 538; enters Marietta, 538; crosses Chattahoochee river, 539; in front of Atlanta, 543; repulse of Hood, 544; besieges Atlanta, 542-546; situation in Georgia, III., 41-43; discussion of new campaign with Grant, 43, 45, 48, 53, 54, 59, 61, 62, 153-162; retrograde move
Spottsylvania (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
313, 337-345. Anderson, General R. H., at Spottsylvania, II., 141,147; at Cold Harbor, 279; at Culat Vicksburg, i., 337; arming the, 407; at Spottsylvania, II., 208; at mine explosion, 477,481; ent 105, 122; at Spottsylvania, 148-165; from Spottsylvania to North Anna, 206-231: self-abnegation, 2raphy of, 311. Ferrero, General E., at Spottsylvania, II. 207. Fisher, Fort, on Cape Fear riity of, 15; in the Wilderness, 100-120; at Spottsylvania, 139; Grant's opinion of 186; at Cold Harbbattle of the Wilderness, II., 110-121; at Spottsylvania, 166, 167; at Deep Bottom and Bailey's crefrom Ewell's attack, May 19, 1864, 208; at Spottsylvania, 216; on North Anna, 237; Sheridan's raid , II., 42; in battle of Wilderness, 97; at Spottsylvania, 102; death of, 150. Semmes, Admiral, rhill, 208. Stuart, General J. E. B., at Spottsylvania, II., 145; opposes Sheridan's movement to avalry, II., 97; at Wilderness, 98-102: at Spottsylvania 140; on North Anna, 164; at Cold Harbor, 2[14 more...]
Old Cold Harbor (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
, covers rebel retreat after Chickamauga, i., 518; at Ringgold, 519 523. Cobb, General Howell, in command in Georgia, III., 286; falling back to Macon, 287; surrender of, 638. Cold Harbor, battle of, II., 268-310; Sheridan's advance on Old Cold Harbor, 274; Smith's arrival at White House, 278; assault of June 1st, 279; Grant's plan of attack, 287-290; assaults of the various corps, June 3, 291; result, 303-309. Columbia, S. C., capture of, by Sherman, III., 423; devastated by fire by W 512; in command of cavalry in army of Potomac, II., 42; battle of the Wilderness, 103; battle of Todd's tavern, 134; important change of orders of; by Meade, 139; movement to James river, 148, 237-241; battle at Hawe's shop, 269; capture of Old Cold Harbor, 274; ordered to Charlottesville, 334; raid to Trevillian station, 393-404; battle of Darbytown, 471; in command of Middle Military Division, 499; achievements of cavalry in three months, 499; personal and military characteristics of, 500; p
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