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Missionary Ridge, Tenn. (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
od, 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; utMissionary 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 Potedgeville abandoned by rebels, III., 288. Millen captured by Sherman, III., 223, 289. Milliken's bend, concentration of Grant's forces at, i., 186. Missionary ridge, situation of, i., 427; seized by Bragg, 435; Thomas's assaults on, 488, 507-512; Sherman's assaults on, 495, 504-507. Missouri, Grant's first service in,
Millen (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
, i., 552-560. Merritt, General, Wesley, in Valley of Virginia, III., 95, 98, 412; at battle of Dinwiddie, 468-472; at battle of Five Forks, 495; pursuit to Appomattox, 524, 547, 552, 560; at battle of Sailor's creek, 573-575; moves on Appomattox court-house, 592. Middle Military Division created, II., 502. miles, General Nelson A., at battle of Ream's station, II., 527; at White Oak road, III., 505; at Sutherland station, 523-525. Milledgeville abandoned by rebels, III., 288. Millen captured by Sherman, III., 223, 289. Milliken's bend, concentration of Grant's forces at, i., 186. Missionary ridge, situation of, i., 427; seized by Bragg, 435; Thomas's assaults on, 488, 507-512; Sherman's assaults on, 495, 504-507. Missouri, Grant's first service in, i., 10, 11; Rosecrans in command in, II. 30. Mississippi, proposal to bring, into Union, i., 416. Mississippi river military importance of, i., 123; rebel fortifications on, 124; Sherman's expedition, December
Nottoway River (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
i, 3; seat of, 5; important crisis in 1864, 565. Warren, General G. K., at battle of Wilderness, II., 103-106; at Spottsylvania, 142, 147, 161, 177, 180; unfortunate characteristics of, 184; on the North Anna, 227-230; at Cold Harbor, 271, 276, 278, 280, 290, 295; from Cold Harbor to Petersburg, 339, 347, 363; before Petersburg, June 30, 476, 485, 488; at Weldon road, 514-518, 527; battle of Peeble's farm. III., 75, 76; battle of Hatcher's run, 117-124; destroys Weldon railroad from Nottoway river to Hicksford, 238 246; characteristics of, 464-466; at White Oak road, 4;67; sent to Sheridan, 475-479; inaction of, 479-489; battle of Five Forks, 494; relieved from command, 494; merits and demerits of, 497. Washburne, General C. C., movement against Helena, i., 132. Washburne, Colonel, with General Read at Farmville, III., 568; death of, 568. Washburne, Elihu II., Congressman, suggests Grant's appointment as brigadier-general, i., 10; introduces bill to revive grade of lieute
Ringgold, Ga. (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
for news at, 503. Cleburne, General P., covers rebel retreat after Chickamauga, i., 518; at Ringgold, 519 523. Cobb, General Howell, in command in Georgia, III., 286; falling back to Macon, 287in, 500; moves on Rossville, 502; crosses the Chattanooga, 512; pursuit of rebels, 517, 518; at Ringgold, 519 checked by Cleburne, 521; relieved from command, II., 463. Hovey, General A. P., movemen, 397; Vicksburg campaign and siege, 399; at battle of Chickamauga, 433; at Wauhatchie 450; at Ringgold, 521; at battle of Chattanooga, 524; at assault on Knoxville, 541; at battle of the Wilderness,paign, 284; entire operations at Vicksburg, 386; at Jackson, 397; battle of Wauhatchie, 450; at Ringgold, 521; in Chattanooga campaign, 524; at Knoxville, 541; at Spottsylvania, II., 182, 15, 216; in 8, 79; preparations for evacuation of, 357; entrance of Weitzel into, 536; fall of, 536-540. Ringgold battle of; i., 518, 521. Rhind, commander, in command of Butler's powder-boat, the Louisiana
Farmville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
tion 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. Raymond, battle of, i., 234, 236. Read, General, Theodore, fight with rebel cavalry near Farmville, III., 568; death of, 568. Ream's station, cavalry fight at, II., 409; battle of, July 25, 1864, II. 527-531. Rebel army, disaffection and desertion in, III., 352; surrender of every man in, 639; complete overthrow of, in every quarter of;67; sent to Sheridan, 475-479; inaction of, 479-489; battle of Five Forks, 494; relieved from command, 494; merits and demerits of, 497. Washburne, General C. C., movement against Helena, i., 132. Washburne, Colonel, with General Read at Farmville, III., 568; death of, 568. Washburne, Elihu II., Congressman, suggests Grant's appointment as brigadier-general, i., 10; introduces bill to revive grade of lieutenant-general, 569. Washington, city of, situation of, II., 4, 14; relations
Cape Fear (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
ery 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 taktion 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.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; battle of, 483-495.
Dalton, Ga. (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
sburg 299; at Canton, raising an army to attack Grant's rear, 308; menacing attitude in Grant's rear, 354; march against Grant, 360; falls back upon Jackson, 394; withdraws across Pearl river 396; in command of rebel army of Tennessee, 560; at Dalton, Ga., II., 5; campaign against Sherman, 533; falls back to Resaca, 534; evacuates Dalton, 534; retreats across the Oostenaula, 535; battle of New Hope church, 536; at Kenesaw mountain, 537; crosses the Chattahoochee, 538 superseded by Hood, 539; rDalton, 534; retreats across the Oostenaula, 535; battle of New Hope church, 536; at Kenesaw mountain, 537; crosses the Chattahoochee, 538 superseded by Hood, 539; recalled from retirement, III., 356; supersedes Beauregard in front of Sherman, 398; plan to unite forces with Lee, 420; at Bentonsville, 429; retreat through Raleigh, 27; first interview with Sherman, 628; final interview with Sherman, 633; surrender of 634. Kautz, General A. V. attack on Petersburg II., 344; at Ream's station, 404: in Wilson's raid, 404-409; at Darbytown, III., 70. Kenesaw mountain, Sherman's assault on, II., 536-538. Kentucky, neutrality of, i., 11; strategical situat
Bolton's Depot (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
itude because of Thomas's inactivity 216, 262; reply to Grant's report of Lee's proposition of military convention, 401; visits Grant at City Point, March 1865, 436; waiting for news at City Point, 503; news of battle of Five Forks, 513; congratulates Grant, 526; visits Petersburg, 535; communicates to Grant views on reconstruction, 580; action of government of, after close of war, 625; assassination of; 627. Logan, General John A., at Belmont, i., 15; at battle of Raymond, 236; moves to Bolton, 254; Champion's hill, 64, 266; his division first to enter Vicksburg, 387; loyalty to duty of, II., 462, 541; ordered to Nashville to command army of Cumberland, III., 249. Longstreet, General James, movement against Burnside in Tennessee, i., 460; attack on Fort Sanders, 539; abandons siege of Knoxville, 543; retreats towards Virginia, 543; goes into winter quarters, 548; pursued by Schofield, 562; at battle of the Wilderness, II., 114; wounded, 121; movements north of James, III., 90,
Fort Henry (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
Harrison, Fort, captured by Ord, III., 71. Hatch, General, at Franklin, III., 212; at Rutherford creek, 260. Hatcher's run, battle of, 116-128; declared a defeat by Northern democrats, III., 169. Hawe's shop, battle of, II., 269. Hayes, General Rutherford B., service in West Virginia, III., 101-103. Hazen, General, Wm. B., at Brown's ferry, i., 446; at Fort McAllister, III., 295, 296. Helena, Miss., Washburne's movement from, i., 131, 132; Yazoo pass expedition, 168. Henry, Fort, position of, i, 23, 28; expedition against, 28-30; capture of, 32. Herron, General F. J., arrival of, at Vicksburg, i., 352; operations during siege, 353. Hill, General A. P., at battle of Wilderness, II., 11, 95, 101, 109; death and burial of, III., 532. Hoke, General, in command in North Carolina, III., 312; at Wilmington, 317; at Fort Fisher, first expedition, 320; second expedition 334-343. Holly Springs, Grant at, i., 127; capture of by rebels, 138. Hood, General J. B
Carolina City (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
96. Gibbon, General, John, battle of Wilderness, II., 117, Spottsylvania, 152, 161, 172; North Anna, 232; Cold harbor, 291; Ream's station, 529; in Appomattox campaign, III., 594. Gillem, General A. C., at Morristown, III., 191. Gillmore, General Q. A., reinforces Butler, II., 44, 86; battle of Drury's Bluff, 253, 254; movement against Petersburg, 343; relieved from command by Butler, 344. Gold, high price of, in August, 1864, III., 12. Goldsboro, Sherman's objective point in Carolina campaign III., 374; meeting of Sherman and Schofield at, 421; march to, 427; Schofield in possession of, 434. Gordon, General, at battle of Cedar creek, III., 93, 98. Grand Gulf position of, i., 160; McClernand ordered to seize, 194; naval bombardment of, 198; evacuation of, 215; Grant severs communication with, 218. Granger, General, Gordon, sent to assist Burnside, i., 531; his reluctance and complaint, 532; arrives at Knoxville, 544; operations against Mobile, III., 637. Gran
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