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Jupiter Inlet, Florida (Florida, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
characters of his campaign against Sherman, 342; prevention of his junction with Lee, 347; his final movements in the war, 347, 348, 350; apprehends guerrilla warfare, 350; his army provisioned by S., 352, 353 Jones, Lieut. John M., tactical instructor at West Point, 14; opinion of S.'s character, 14 Jones, Mr., 25 Jonesboroa, Ga., Sherman at, 153, 159; battle of, 157,158 Juarez, Pres., Benito, warfare against Maximilian, 391 Jupiter, Fla., military operations at, 23-25 Jupiter Inlet, Fla., fever on, 24 Justice, 463-465 K Kansas, political intrigue and factional disturbances in, 63, 64, 66, 77 et seq.; S. ordered back to, 66; the Border Guards, 78; border and guerrilla warfare in, 78 et seq., 84, 234; proposed measures of retaliation on Missouri, 79-84, 97; faction in, hostile to S., 80; Curtis's strength in Missouri and, 90; S.'s strength in Missouri and, 90; anti-Schofield delegation to Washington from, 91, 93-99; reorganization of the militia, 105, 106; enlistm
Kelton, Utah (Utah, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
ngth in Missouri and, 90; anti-Schofield delegation to Washington from, 91, 93-99; reorganization of the militia, 105, 106; enlistment of former rebels in the volunteers of, 105, 106; Lincoln's political standing in, 108, 109; Curtis appointed to command in, 112; movement of troops to Chicago from, recommended, 498 Kansas Cavalry Volunteers, service in Missouri, 37 Kansas City, Mo., S. at, 81-83; Lane agrees, but fails, to meet S. at, 81, 83; interview between S. and Ewing at, 82 Kelton, Utah, a trip to, 430 Kenesaw, Ga., military movements near, 133, 143; Johnston's withdrawal from, 136; Sherman's assault and repulse at, 142-144, 340 Kentucky, apprehended invasion of, by Hood, 163, 185, 193, 259, 260, 300, 303, 305, 316; possibilities of Forrest's harassing, 300; Thomas to have command over, 317; to be called on for militia, 322 Keokuk, Iowa, S.'s marriage at, 489 Kilauea, a trip to the crater of, 431 Kilbourne, Mrs. George E., 489 Kilbourne, Miss, Georgia,
Kenesaw Mountain (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
Maj.-Gen. Jacob D., battle of Kolb's Farm, 132, 133, 135; battle of Resaca, 140; assault on Kenesaw Mountain, 144; forces passage of Olley's Creek, 144; secures position on Nickajack, 144; movements nJune 24-25, 1864, 142; assaults on the lines before Atlanta, 144; opposed to the assault on Kenesaw Mountain, 144; general grief at his death, 146; battle of Resaca, 162 Mahan, Capt. Alfred T., on Resaca, 140, 141; extension of his lines, June 24-25, 1864, 142, 143; ordered to attack at Kenesaw Mountain, 144; battle of Atlanta, July 22, 1864, 146-148; movement before Atlanta, Aug. 4-5, 1864, 1ines by, 142-148, 182; Special Field Orders, No. 28, 144; responsibility for the assault at Kenesaw Mountain, 144; policy concerning Hood, doubts about his movements, relative strength, and failure toesaca, 140; on the extension of the lines, June 24-25, 1864, 142; opposed to the assault at Kenesaw Mountain, 144; battle of Atlanta, 147, 148; his opinion of Gen. Palmer, 151: opinion of Sherman's pr
Little Tennessee River (United States) (search for this): chapter 32
ake, C. D., Oct. 5, 1863, 70, 71; Schofield, J. M., May 27, 1863, 68, 69; June 1, 69; June 20, 75, 76; June 22, 76; Aug. 27, 77; Aug. 28, 77-79; Sept. 30, 93; Oct. 1, 58, 88, 91-93, 98; Oct. 2, 93; Oct. 3, 94; Oct. 4, 94; Oct. 25, 101; Oct. 28, 103, 104; Nov. 9, 105, 106 Lincoln, Robert T., Secretary of War, 451; abolishes the Division of the Gulf, 451. See also War Department. Little Rock, Ark., Hindman retreats toward, 63; proposed movement against, 70; capture of, 70, 85 Little Tennessee River, the, military movements on, 115 Liverpool, Eng., S. at, 385 Livingston, La Rhett L., S.'s room-mate at West Point, 13; brevet second lieutenant, Battery D, First Artillery, 20 Logan, Maj.-Gen. John A., in battle of Atlanta, 147; letter from Grant, Feb. 14, 1884, 239, 240; sent to relieve Thomas at Nashville, but recalled at Louisville, 239, 240, 295; letter from Grant, Feb. 23, 1884, 240, 241; on the establishment of Fort Sheridan, 454; attitude in the Fitz-John Porter case
Laurel Hill (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
9-83; calls mass meeting at Lawrence, 80; demands S.'s removal, 80, 81; friendship with Ewing, 80, 81; Carney's political hostility to, 80-83; speaks at Leavenworth, 81; scheme of retaliatory expedition from Paola, 81-84; interview with S., 81; agrees, but fails, to meet S. at Kansas City, 81, 83; threatens to appeal to the President, 83; speaks at Turner's Hall, 99; ceases hostilities against S., 99; the President's use of, 111, 112; secures the appointment of Curtis in Kansas, 112 Laurel Hill, N. C., Sherman at, 346 Lawrence, Kan., massacre at, 77-79, 234; mass meeting at, 80 Lawrenceburg, Ala., Hood's movement via, 201 Lazelle, Col. Henry M., commandant at West Point, investigates the Whittaker case, 445 Leavenworth, Kan., plans in, for retaliation on Missouri, 79, 81, 83, 84; S. at, 80-82; Lane speaks at, 81; martial law in, 84; a false report from, 93; military station at, 454 Lee, Gen. Robert E., superintendent of West Point Military Academy, 15; character, 15;
Laurel Hill, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 32
, 335, 348-353, 355, 356, 360, 361; knowledge of Thomas's character, 336; credited by Grant with his plans and achievements, 337; Lee's army his objective, 337, 347, 348; loss of his mastery in Georgia, 338; failure of Hood and Forrest to damage his communications, 338; aims to destroy Georgia, 339; a master of logistics, 339; repulse at Kenesaw, 340; character of his campaign against Johnston, 342; claims credit for destruction of Hood. 343; plans junction with S. at Goldsboroa, 346; at Laurel Hill, 346; battle of Bentonville, 346; arrives at Goldsboroa, 346; visit to Grant at City Point, 347, 348; ambition to share in capture of Richmond, 347; his movements auxiliary to those of Grant and Thomas, 348; attacks on his integrity, 349, 350; as a politician, 355; contrasted with Grant, 357; Halleck's attitude toward, 360, 361; impulsiveness, 362; calmness under stress, 362; controversies with the War Department, 406, 407, 412, 421, 422, 443, 469, 471, 478, 479; removes his headquarters
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