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Shenandoah county (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 51
ular campaign: Departure 306; moves army, 222, 259-261 ; staff, 123; troops withdrawn, 155, 163-165, 257, 261, 282, 308; effects of reduction, 262-265, 283 ; force, 164. 241, 266, 279 ; plans, 203, 227, 254, reasons 229-236, defeated by administration 227, misrepresented 256 ; route chosen, 227 ; no time to form corps, 223 ; relieved of command of U. S. army, 220, 224, 225 ; objects to Wadsworth 226, to Lincoln's plan 229-236 ; Virginia the principal theatre, 226: to protect Washington and Shenandoah, enemy's movements, 239 ; memoranda, 239, 245, 266 ; defences of capital, 239-241 ; Shenandoah withdrawn, 240 ; administration inimical, 242 ; Burnside's reports. 243-245 ; Barnard's reports, 246, 248 ; orders to commanders, 250-252, 298, 300 ; reports of commanders, 299-305; maps, 253, 264 ; Wool withdrawn, 257 ; recruiting stopped, drafting, 258 failure of naval force, 264; transportation, 257, 265 ; Keyes's letter, 268.--At Yorktown, assault impracticable, 272, 274, 289 ; bad roads, 27
Quimby (Colorado, United States) (search for this): chapter 51
le, 443 ; Harrison's Landing, 460, 505; brevetted, 475. In Pope's campaign, 508-511, 513, 528, 529, 532, 536-538. In Maryland campaign, 555 ; Antietam, 584, 586, 600, 601, 609 ; after Antietam, 620, 621, 629, 633, 659. Port Royal, S. C., 174. Potomac river, 79, 93-96, 100, 194, 196, 197, 229-233, 239-241, 549-557,573. Prentiss, Gen. B. M., 45. Prim, Gen. J., visit to McClellan, 388, 400, 401. Prospect Hill, Va,96, 182, 516. Pryor, Gen. R., treatment of Union wounded, 338. Quimby, Col., 74. Radicals, purpose to ruin McClellan, object of, 149, 150 ; results of schemes, 150 ; real desires of, success, 154, 159 ; hostility to McClellan, 155. Randall, Capt., 431, 602. Rappahannock river, Va., 227, 229, 235, 236, 241, 461, 508-511. Raymond, Capt. E. A., 123. Rebellion, cause of, how avoidable. 29 ; precipitated by a few men, helped by misconceptions, 30; secondary causes, 37 ; unnecessarily maintained, aim and object, 150; Stanton's reasons for prolonging, 151. Re
Leesburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 51
7, 609, death 613. Kirby, Capt., 381. Kirkland, Capt. J., 122, 123. Klapka, Gen. G., offers service, 143. Knapp, Capt., 591, 592. Lander, Gen. F. W., 81, 187, 190, death 191 . Langner, Capt., 589. Lansing, Col., 370. Le Compte, Maj. F., 123. Lee, Gen., Fitz-Hugh, 514. 526. Lee, Col., Raymond, at Ball's Bluff, 171, 189, 190; Fair Oaks, 381. Lee, Gen., Robert, in Peninsula, 240, 482; Pope's campaign, 518, 531 ; in Maryland, 556, 557, 573, 624, 643, 660 ; lost order, 573. Leesburg,Va., 170, 171, 181-190, 550. Lee's Mill, Va., 260, 261, 263, 272, 274, 284, 285, 287, 320-323. Le Fort, Capt.-see Chartres. Letterman, Dr., 126, 128. Letters and despatches. Washington, 1861-2 : McClellan's Memorandum, 2d .4ug., 101. To Lincoln, 22d Oct., ‘61, 187 ; 28th Feb., ‘62 195. To Halleck, 11th Nov.,‘61 207 ; 2d Mar., ‘61, 216. To Stanton, 3d Feb., ‘62 229 ; 28th Feb., ‘62. 194; 9th Mar., ‘62, 223. 224. To Cameron, 6th Sept., ‘61, 205 ; 8th Sept., ‘61, 106.
Rappahannock (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 51
1, 629, 633, 659. Port Royal, S. C., 174. Potomac river, 79, 93-96, 100, 194, 196, 197, 229-233, 239-241, 549-557,573. Prentiss, Gen. B. M., 45. Prim, Gen. J., visit to McClellan, 388, 400, 401. Prospect Hill, Va,96, 182, 516. Pryor, Gen. R., treatment of Union wounded, 338. Quimby, Col., 74. Radicals, purpose to ruin McClellan, object of, 149, 150 ; results of schemes, 150 ; real desires of, success, 154, 159 ; hostility to McClellan, 155. Randall, Capt., 431, 602. Rappahannock river, Va., 227, 229, 235, 236, 241, 461, 508-511. Raymond, Capt. E. A., 123. Rebellion, cause of, how avoidable. 29 ; precipitated by a few men, helped by misconceptions, 30; secondary causes, 37 ; unnecessarily maintained, aim and object, 150; Stanton's reasons for prolonging, 151. Recruiting, suspended, 151, 154, 168. 258 ; why necessary, 259. Reese, Lieut. C. B., 124. Regiments, Union. U. S. infantry, 1st 321, 2d 602, 2d (sharpshooters) 581, 8th 133, 10th 602. 17th 133 ; caval
Howe Hill (Maine, United States) (search for this): chapter 51
Gen. G., appointed inspector, refused, 44. Grant, Gen. U. S., seeks position on McClellan's staff, 47 ; complained of, by Halleck, 216; letter, 219. Great Falls, Md., 79, 90, 95, 167. Greene, Gen. G. S., 591-593. Gregg, Col., at Yorktown, 302, 303; Pope's Campaign, 521, 524, 525. Grier, Col. W. A., 321, 322. Griffin, Gen. C., 370, 414-416, 620. Grimm, Capt., 419. Grover, Gen. G., 314. Haines, Lieut., 601, 602. Halfway House, Va., 254, 260, 261, 289, 298, 299, 320, 322. Hall's Hill, Va., 95. 516, 516, 536. Halleck, Gen. H. W., accused of perky, warns McClellan against Stanton, 137; desired by Scott as his successor, 170 ; strategy, 215 ; complains of Grant, 216, 217 ; in Department of Missouri, 202. 207 ; in Department of Mississippi, 225, 234, 239 ; complains of McClellan, 243 ; commander-in-chief, 450, 452; treatment of McClellan, 467, 504; asks McClellan's co-operation, cordial feelings, 473 ; agrees with McClellan, 474, condemns his operations 475 ; charges delay,
Aquia Creek (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 51
Index. Abbott, Lieut. H. C., 124. Abercrombie, Gen. J. J., in Virginia, 240, 241 ; Fair Oaks, 379. Abert, Capt. W. S., 123. Acquia creek, Va., 106, 493-496, 500, 506, 508, 509, 529-531. Administration, unfitness, 175, 176. Alexander, Col. B. S., 119, 124. Alexandria, Va., 80, 89, 96, 239, 509-527, 536. Allen's Field, Va.--see Savage's Station. Anderson, Gen. J. R., 347, 351, 371, 374. Anderson, Gen., Richard, at Williams burg, 324, 325; South Mountain, 561, 573. Anderson. H 368-376; Fair Oaks, 377-384, 398; Gaines's Mill, 410-421, 442; Savage's Station, 426-428 ; White Oak Swamp, 428, 430 ; Charles City road, 431, 432 ; Glendale, 430, 433; Malvern Hill, 433-437, 484 ; Harrison's Landing, 444-468, 481-507 ; to Acquia creek, 464, 469-471, 493. 494-505. With Pope, 508-547 ; Fairfax C. H., 518, 519, 526. Maryland campaign : exhausted, 551 ; Crampton's Gap, 558-565; South Mountain, 572-583 ; Antietam, 584-613 ; material needed, 629-640, Ingalls's, Meigs's, and Myer
Wytheville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 51
1 ; in pursuit, 340 ; Hanover C. H., 372, 374, 398. Williams, Gen. S., 45, 61, 83, 122, 141, 219, 540. Williams, Col., 510. Williamsburg, Va., 260, 300, 318 battle of, 319-333 ; evacuated, 333, 352. Williamsport, Va., 559, 562, 621, 622, 624. Willich, Col., 143. Wilson, Lieut. J. H., 125. Wilson, Lieut. J. M., 125. Wilson. Capt. T., 170. Winchester, Va., 78, 192, 193, 195, 570, 615, 616, 622, 624, 625. Wood, Maj. W. H., 33. Woodbury, Gen. D. V., 119, 124, 246, 248, 262, 511, 514. Woodruff, Lieut., 593, 598. Woodward, Capt. J. H., 130. Wool, Gen. J. E., at Fortress Monroe, 246, 247, 265, 266, 270, 277, 278, 306. Wright, Col. E. H., 123, 311. Wyndham. Col, 296. Wynn's Mill, Va., 284, 287, 312, Wytheville, Va., 53, 54. Yorktown, Va., 163, 165, 227, 246, siege of, 253-318; defences, 260 267, 268, 279, 309 ; plans for assault, 2.86, 287 ; evacuated, 288 ; torpedoes, 315, 326 ; Confederate retreat from, 319. Young's Mill, Va., 254, 256, 259, 260, 264, 307.
Warwick (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 51
114, 128, 129, 303. Vienna, Va., 514, 515, 517, 521. Vincent, Lieut., 597. Van Hammerstein, Maj. H., 123, 311. Von Kleizer, Capt., 589. Von Radowitz, Lieut.-Col. P., 123, Wadsworth, Gen. J. S., 226, 241, 540-542. Wagner, Lieut. O. G., 125, 311. Wagner, Col., 45, 517. Walker, Gen. W. H. T., 573. Ward, Col. J. H., 383. Warren, Col. G. K., at Hanover C. H., 370, 373 ; Malvern, 433 ; Antietam, 601. Warrenton, Va., 240, 509-511, 529. Warwick C. H., Va., 254, 259, 260, Warwick river, Va., 261-266, 272, 274, 289, 319. Washington, D. C., isolated from West, 42; defenceless, 66; accessible after Bull Run, 67, 68, 73, 87 ; fortifications, 68 ; order restored, 70 ; earthworks, 72 ; people of, and McClellan, 74 ; positions of troops, 79, 80 ; prepared, 80, 169 ; strengthening army, artillery at, 88 ; force at, Aug., 1861, 89, Apr., 1862, 241; removal of government, 93 ; garrison necessary, 97 ; enemy's plans, 106 ; medical record of troops, 126; provost-guards, 132 ; pla
Upton's Hill (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 51
536, 546. Transportation, to Peninsula. 235, 237, 238, 254, 256, 265 ; in Peninsula, 301, 335, 336, to Acquia, 494-503. Trent's, Va., 404-409. Tripler, Dr., 83, 126, 127. Trowbridge, Lieut, C. F. 133. Tucker, Assist. Sec. J., 129, 163, 237, 275. Tunstall's, Va., 358, 360, 390, 394. Turner, Gen., 575. Turner's Pass — see South Mountain. Twiggs, Gen D. E., 39. Tyler, Gen. E. B., 513, 517. Tyler, Col. D., 434, 439, 512, 513, 520. Urbana, Va., 227, 229, 235, 236, 268. Upton's Hill, Va., 73, 92, 95, 513-515, 521, 531, 536, 547, 568. Van Alen, Gen., 341. Van Reed, Capt., 602. Van Vliet, Gen. S., 83, 114, 128, 129, 303. Vienna, Va., 514, 515, 517, 521. Vincent, Lieut., 597. Van Hammerstein, Maj. H., 123, 311. Von Kleizer, Capt., 589. Von Radowitz, Lieut.-Col. P., 123, Wadsworth, Gen. J. S., 226, 241, 540-542. Wagner, Lieut. O. G., 125, 311. Wagner, Col., 45, 517. Walker, Gen. W. H. T., 573. Ward, Col. J. H., 383. Warren, Col. G. K., at Hano
Berkley (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 51
260, 263, 264, 274-278, 291. 306-309. Sickles, Gen. D. E., 81, 96 ; at Fair Oaks, 383; Malvern, 437; Mary land campaign, 645, 647. Sigel, Gen. F., in Pope's campaign, 509, 532, 538 ; Maryland, 555 ; in W. Virginia, 625, 660. Simmons, Capt., 576, 605. Sinter. Col.. 781. Slavery, horrors of, 175. Slaves, captured, how treated by McClellan, 34. Slocum, Gen. H. W., at Williams, burg, 304 ; Gaines's Mill, 412, 417 413 ; Savage's Station, 424, 427 Glendale, 428, 430, 431, 433 ; at Berkley, 444 ; Pope's campaign, 511 ; Crampton's Gap, 563 ; Antietam, 598, 600, 601. Slough, Gen. J. P., 540, 541. Smith, Gen. C. F., 216, 217. Smith, Gen. G. W., 169, 178 ; at Yorktown, 319, 324 ; West Point (Va.), 334, 337 ; Williamsburg, 353; Fair Oaks, 378, 400, 402 ; Virginia, 660. Smith, Gen. W. F., at Washington, 1861, 79, go, 92, 95, 96 ; Dranesville, 180. In Peninsula, 256, 306 ; Yorktown, 260, 284, 285, 298-301, 303, 311, 312; Williamsburg, 320, 322, 324. 326 331, 332 ; in pursui
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