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August 2nd, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 20
oy, C. H., VIII., 110, 115. Trabui, G. W., V., 65. Tracy, B. F., VII, 65. Tracy, E. D., X., 151. Tracy, W. G., II., 334. Tramp Tramp Tramp, IX., 235. Trans-Mississippi Army, X., 274. Transport wagon train Iii., 31. Transportation of wounded: means employed for, VII, 302; of Federal sick and wounded: VII., 302-316; over long distances, means not provided for, VII., 304; important letter showing inadequacy of, VII, 304, 306; of wounded after August 2, 1862, great improvement in, VII., 306, 308; act of Congress, 1864, in regard to ambulance service for, VII., 310. Transports: U. S. army, I., 203; on the Mississippi, II., 182; ocean liners used as, VIII., 39, 45; steamers, VIII., 43; on the Tennessee, VIII., 45. Tranter's Creek, N. C., I., 366. Trapier, J. H., X., 283. Traveller: Lee's horse, IV., 298; described by Gen. Lee, IX., 120, 121. Travers, T. B., VII, 123. Traverses: at Fort Fisher, N. C., VI, 255.
train, VIII., 367; field service, extent of, VIII., 368; balloon used in, VIII., 380, 381. Templin, W., VII., 147. Ten Islands, Ala., III, 326. Tennallytown, D. C., V., 94. Tennessee: I., 178-193; bridge over Elk River, I., 213; western part of state and portions of Mississippi unfavorable to army movements, II., 142; Army of, II., 168; Confederate raids in, II., 168; Department of, II., 296, 321; Federal supply centre in, III, 253; destruction of saltpeter works in, in 1863, IV., 157; ruins of saltpeter works in, IV., 157 seq.; copper mines of, V., 166; army roads of, in north, VIII., 36; defense of, X., 92. Tennessee troops, Confederate: Artillery: First, L, 356; Camp A, V., 65. Cavalry: First, L, 358; Il, 342, 344; Ninth, VII., 21; Forrest's, L, 356. Infantry: First, VII, 272; IX., 311; X., 156; Second, I., 250, 354; X., 156; Third, I., 350, 358; Fourth, X., 156; Eighth, losses at Stone's River, Tenn., X., 158; losses at Chickamauga, Ga., X., 158; Ninth,
cy, B. F., VII, 65. Tracy, E. D., X., 151. Tracy, W. G., II., 334. Tramp Tramp Tramp, IX., 235. Trans-Mississippi Army, X., 274. Transport wagon train Iii., 31. Transportation of wounded: means employed for, VII, 302; of Federal sick and wounded: VII., 302-316; over long distances, means not provided for, VII., 304; important letter showing inadequacy of, VII, 304, 306; of wounded after August 2, 1862, great improvement in, VII., 306, 308; act of Congress, 1864, in regard to ambulance service for, VII., 310. Transports: U. S. army, I., 203; on the Mississippi, II., 182; ocean liners used as, VIII., 39, 45; steamers, VIII., 43; on the Tennessee, VIII., 45. Tranter's Creek, N. C., I., 366. Trapier, J. H., X., 283. Traveller: Lee's horse, IV., 298; described by Gen. Lee, IX., 120, 121. Travers, T. B., VII, 123. Traverses: at Fort Fisher, N. C., VI, 255. Trawick, W. B., VII, 147. Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond,
G. W. Armstrong (search for this): chapter 20
hompson, I., 214. The Mississippi Valley in the Civil War, J. Fiske, II., 166. The New South, H. W. Grady, IX., 304. The picket guard (all Quiet along the Potomac), E. L. Beers, IX., 142. The Prayer of Twenty Millions, Greeley's famous letter, II, 31. The Pride of Battery B, F. H. Gassaway, IX., 189, 190, 196, 201. The Psalm of the West, Sidney Lanier, IX., 284. The Southern Marseillaise, A. E. Blackmar, IX., 343. The Southern soldier boy, G. W. Armstrong, IX., 346. The Story of the Civil War, by John C. Ropes, quoted, I., 282. The Tournament, Sidney Lanier, IX., 25, 30, 284, 285. The Voice of the South, IX., 290. The volunteer, E. J. Cutler, IX., 76. The volunteer, illustration for, IX., 78, 79. The Webb, C. S. S., II., 330. The Year of Jubilee, H. C. Work, IX., 178, 183. The Zouaves, J. H. Wainwright, IX., 346. Theobold, F., I., 179, Thermopylae, I, 17, 30. Thoburn, J., III.,
E. L. Beers (search for this): chapter 20
2. The Faded Coat of blue, J. H. McNaughton, IX., 349. The Fancy shot (See Civil War poem), IX., 202. The Feminine Touch at the Hospital, VII., 267. The General's death, J. O'Connor, IX., 74. The Girl I Left behind Me, S. Lover, IX., 349. The high Tide at Gettysburg, W. H. Thompson, I., 214. The Mississippi Valley in the Civil War, J. Fiske, II., 166. The New South, H. W. Grady, IX., 304. The picket guard (all Quiet along the Potomac), E. L. Beers, IX., 142. The Prayer of Twenty Millions, Greeley's famous letter, II, 31. The Pride of Battery B, F. H. Gassaway, IX., 189, 190, 196, 201. The Psalm of the West, Sidney Lanier, IX., 284. The Southern Marseillaise, A. E. Blackmar, IX., 343. The Southern soldier boy, G. W. Armstrong, IX., 346. The Story of the Civil War, by John C. Ropes, quoted, I., 282. The Tournament, Sidney Lanier, IX., 25, 30, 284, 285. The Voice of the South, IX., 290.
John Bigelow (search for this): chapter 20
8. Texas troops: Union: Cavalry: Second, III., 346. Thatcher, H. K., V., 120, 260, 276, 322. Thayer, J. M., X., 221. The Aged Stranger, F. Bret Harte, IX., 35, 182. The Alabama, E. King and F. W. Rasier, IX., 345. The battle Cry of Freedom, G. F. Root, IX., 342. The bivouac in the Snow, M. J. Preston, IX., 132. The blue and the gray, F. M. Finch, IX., 28, 270. The Bonny blue flag, H. Macarthy, IX., 343. The campaign of Chancellorsville, John Bigelow, quoted, II., 106. The Conquered Banner, A. J. Ryan, IX., 238. The daughter of the regiment (Fifth Rhode Island Regiment), Clinton Scollard, IX., 68. The Dying Words of Stonewall Jackson, Sidney Lanier, IX., 90. The eulogy of Sumner, L. Q. C. Lamar, IX., 292. The Faded Coat of blue, J. H. McNaughton, IX., 349. The Fancy shot (See Civil War poem), IX., 202. The Feminine Touch at the Hospital, VII., 267. The General's death, J. O'Connor, IX.,
A. E. Blackmar (search for this): chapter 20
Lover, IX., 349. The high Tide at Gettysburg, W. H. Thompson, I., 214. The Mississippi Valley in the Civil War, J. Fiske, II., 166. The New South, H. W. Grady, IX., 304. The picket guard (all Quiet along the Potomac), E. L. Beers, IX., 142. The Prayer of Twenty Millions, Greeley's famous letter, II, 31. The Pride of Battery B, F. H. Gassaway, IX., 189, 190, 196, 201. The Psalm of the West, Sidney Lanier, IX., 284. The Southern Marseillaise, A. E. Blackmar, IX., 343. The Southern soldier boy, G. W. Armstrong, IX., 346. The Story of the Civil War, by John C. Ropes, quoted, I., 282. The Tournament, Sidney Lanier, IX., 25, 30, 284, 285. The Voice of the South, IX., 290. The volunteer, E. J. Cutler, IX., 76. The volunteer, illustration for, IX., 78, 79. The Webb, C. S. S., II., 330. The Year of Jubilee, H. C. Work, IX., 178, 183. The Zouaves, J. H. Wainwright, IX., 346. Theobold, F.,
n of the gorge, Sumter, S. C. , IX., 40. Terrell, J. B., X., 319. Terrell, J. J., VII, 292. Terrill, W. R.: II, 326; X., 137. Tery, A. H.: III, 327; V., 269; VI, 238, 248, 257, 259; X., 187, 210, 212. Terry Dave, IX., 345. Terry, E., Il, 219; naval battery of, Il, 221. Terry, W., X., 321. Terry's Texas Rangers, Confederate, 354. Texas: military control of, I., 94; Law's brigade, I., 342; Hood's brigade of, I., 342, 362; secedes, I., 346; Coopwood's scouts, Confederate, I., 352; Terry's rangers, Confederates, I., 354, 362; Ross' rangers, Confederates, I., 358; Hood's brigade, Confederate, II., 48, 141; rangers, II., 320; brigade, II., 328; VI., 316; U. S. regulars in, VIII., 70; troops of, in the Army of Northern Virginia, VIII., 129. Texas troops, Confederate: Cavalry: Second, L, 358, 360, Third, I., 358; II, 350; Fourth, I., 358, 360; Fifth, I., 358, 360; Sixth, L, 358; Seventh, I., 358, 360; Ninth, II, 350; Eleventh, I., 358.
E. J. Cutler (search for this): chapter 20
ayer of Twenty Millions, Greeley's famous letter, II, 31. The Pride of Battery B, F. H. Gassaway, IX., 189, 190, 196, 201. The Psalm of the West, Sidney Lanier, IX., 284. The Southern Marseillaise, A. E. Blackmar, IX., 343. The Southern soldier boy, G. W. Armstrong, IX., 346. The Story of the Civil War, by John C. Ropes, quoted, I., 282. The Tournament, Sidney Lanier, IX., 25, 30, 284, 285. The Voice of the South, IX., 290. The volunteer, E. J. Cutler, IX., 76. The volunteer, illustration for, IX., 78, 79. The Webb, C. S. S., II., 330. The Year of Jubilee, H. C. Work, IX., 178, 183. The Zouaves, J. H. Wainwright, IX., 346. Theobold, F., I., 179, Thermopylae, I, 17, 30. Thoburn, J., III., 338. Thomas, A., X., 271. Thomas, Bill I., 179. Thomas, B. M., X., 265. Thomas, C., X., 288. Thomas, E. L., X., 111. Thomas, G., X., 288. Thomas, G. H.: I, 134, 180, 182; II,
., III., 342. Taft, William Howard, President of the United States: I., 7, 11, 18, 50; his foreword to a semi-Centennial retrospect, I., 57; X., 138. Taggart, Dr. L, 179. Tahoma, U. S. S., VI., 314. Talcott, T. M. R., V., 108, 256, 304; X., 27. Taliaferro, W. B.: II., 41, 342; III., 326; X., 105. Tallahassee, Fla., III., 346. Tallahassee,, C. S. S., VI., 298. Tallahatchie, Miss., II., 206. Tallahatchie River, Miss., VI., 208. Talmage, T. DeW., IX., 304, 310. Talty's Fifers and Drummers, VIII., 235. Tammany Hall, N. Y. City: contributions to Union cause, VIII., 104. Tanner, J., X., 296. Tappan, J. C., X., 257. Tasting the soup, VIII., 83. Tattnall, J.: I, 354; VI, 87, 156, 157, 182, 270. Taylor, Dick, III., 316. Taylor, E., I, 248. Taylor, G. W.: II., 43, 322; scene of death, IX., 75, X., 137. Taylor, J. C., I., 52. Taylor, J. T., I, 248. Taylor, N., X., 227.
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