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City Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
t Fort Monroe, 41-45; rebel capture of Plymouth, 56, 57; lands at City Point, 133; reports success 151; movements near Bermuda Hundred, 170; fses, 347. Cincinnati, the iron-clad, at Vicksburg, i., 344. City Point, seizure of, II., 248; situation and importance of 341; Grant cha82, 562, 650; relations with Stanton, II., 13; III., 198; life at City Point, III., 135-149, 436, 437; at Appomattox, 602-613; summary of campof Lee's proposition of military convention, 401; visits Grant at City Point, March 1865, 436; waiting for news at City Point, 503; news of baCity Point, 503; news of battle of Five Forks, 513; congratulates Grant, 526; visits Petersburg, 535; communicates to Grant views on reconstruction, 580; action of gover0-425; at Winnsboro, 424; battle of Bentonsville, 429-432; visits City Point, 436; advance against Smithfield, 627; enters Raleigh, 627; confecampaign against, 430-444; telegraphic communication cut off from City Point, 444; Grant protects, 445, 450; Halleck's method of protecting, 4
Blue Mountain (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
D. B., in temporary command of Second corps before Petersburg, II., 369, 382; second movement at Deep Bottom, 505, 511; Butler's movement from Deep Bottom, III., 70. Blacks, employed in trench work at Vicksburg, i., 337; arming the, 407; at Spottsylvania, II., 208; at mine explosion, 477,481; enthusiasm for Lincoln, 381; arming of by rebels, III., 353. Blair, General frank P., loyalty to duty of, II., 462; joins Sherman's army in Georgia, 536. Blockade, efficiency of, III., 224, Blue Mountain, Hood at, III., 56 Bowen, General, defeat of at Port Gibson, i. 210. Bragg, General Braxton, opposed to Buell in Tennessee, i., 110, 143; attacks and routs Rosecrans, 433; besieges Chattanooga, 434; sends Longstreet against Burnside, 458; battle of Chattanooga, 485-511; generalship of, 526-528; relieved from command, 550; summoned to Georgia, III., 223; ordered to oppose Sherman, 291; in command in North Carolina, 312; supineness of, at Fort Fisher, 346. Breckenridge, General John
Champion's Hill (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
kson, i., 44; Grant's opinion of, 246; at Champion's hill, 264-267. Crook, General, George, in V movement from Helena, i., 132; battle of Champion's hill, 258-270. Howard, General O. O., at Wale of Raymond, 236; moves to Bolton, 254; Champion's hill, 64, 266; his division first to enter Vice of Jackson, 244, 216, 247; at battle of Champion's hill, 260, 268 269; in command of department o battle of Port Gibson, 207; at battle of Champion's hill, 269; assaults on Vicksburg, 327; siege o7. Osterhaus, General P. J., battle of Champion's hill, i., 262; assault on Vicksburg, 320; batt7; disobeys Johnston, 241, 255; battle of Champion's hill, 256-271; battle of Black river bridge, 2 Milliken's Bend, 233; at Raymond, 237 at Champion's hill, 270; at Big Black river bridge, 278; in , 235; under Johnston at Jackson, 241; at Champion's hill, 260; in Vicksburg, 299; assaults on Vick capture of, at Fort: Henry, 30; death at Champion's hill, 271. Tom's brook, battle of, III., 86[1 more...]
Clinton, La. (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
Johnston, General Alert S., at Shiloh, i., 75; his death, 84. Johnston, General Joseph E., in chief command against Grant, May, 1863, i., 212; moves to defend Jackson, 218; strength of, at Jackson, 241; orders Pemberton to attack Grant at Clinton, 241, 242; battle of Jackson, 244-249; scatters his forces, 255; orders Pemberton to join him at Clinton, 256 marches to join Pemberton 280; orders Pemberton to evacuate Vicksburg 299; at Canton, raising an army to attack Grant's rear, 308; menaClinton, 256 marches to join Pemberton 280; orders Pemberton to evacuate Vicksburg 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; recalled from retirement, III., 356; supersedes Beauregard in front of S
Milliken's Bend (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
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 theatre of war, 648. Rebel losses.—At Belmont. i., 20; at Fort Donelson, 51; at Shiloh, 92; at Iuka, 115; at Corinth, 117; at Hatchie river, 118; at Arkansas Post, 149; at Port Gibson, 211; at Milliken's Bend, 233; at Raymond, 237 at Champion's hill, 270; at Big Black river bridge, 278; in Vicksburg campaign, 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 Wilderness campaign, 329; on James river, August 14, 1864, 511; at Kenesaw mountain, 538; Sherman's Atlanta campaign, 547; at Winchester, III., 30; at Fisher's hill, 33; at Tom's brook, 87; at Ced
Lookout Valley (Wisconsin, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
, 50, 59, 151, 163, 181-193; campaign in Tennessee, 203-278. Hooker, General, Joseph, sent to support Rosecrans, i., 438; at Wauhatchie, 449; operations in Lookout valley, 497; attack on Lookout mountain, 500; moves on Rossville, 502; crosses the Chattanooga, 512; pursuit of rebels, 517, 518; at Ringgold, 519 checked by Cleburnd, 121; movements north of James, III., 90, 122, 507; at final defence of Petersburg, 519; at Appomattoxs 597. Lookout mountain, battle of, i., 498-501. Lookout valley, importance of, i., 445; movement at mouth of, 447, 448; fate of, decided, 451. Louisiana, the, Butler's powder-ship at Fort Fisher, III., 308. Lynchburperate with Grant, 423; prepares to abandon Chattanooga, 424; relieved from command 424; refusal to render assistance to Grant behind Vicksburg, 431; abandons Lookout valley and mountain, 434; ordered to support Thomas and Sherman, III., 176; relieved of command in Missouri, 240, 389. Ross. General, opens a way to the Tallahatc
South Dakota (South Dakota, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
nd in Arkansas, i., 31, 58; in Red river campaign, 60, 64-74, 80-84, III., 388; at fall of Mobile, 637. Stoneman, General, George, captured by rebels near Atlanta, II., 543; at Louisville, III., 191; delay of, 411; cuts off Lee's retreat towards Lynchburg, 637. Stanley, General D. S., in Thomas's army, III., 185; at Pulaski, 186; at Spring hill, 208. Stuart, General J. E. B., at Spottsylvania, II., 145; opposes Sheridan's movement to James river, 238; death, 239. Sturgis, General S. D., defeated at Guntown, II., 401. Sumpter, Fort, attack on, i., 3; fall of, 9. Tallahatchie river, Grant's movement to, 127-140; expedition to, from Yazoo pass 169-173. Taylor, General Richard, supersedes Hood, III.; 270; calls for more troops, 287; surrenders all rebel forces east of Mississippi river, 639. Tennessee, military situation in, November, 1861, i., 23; results in, consequent on capture of Fort Donelson, 55; movements in, after battle of Shiloh, 101-120; occupation and
Piedmont, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
nal assault on Petersburg, 506, 515; in Appomattox campaign, 520, 546, 553, 569, 572, 583, 592. Hunter, General, David, sent with dispatches to Banks, II., 76; supersedes Sigel, 202, 417; ordered up alley of Virginia, 402; defeat of rebels at Piedmont, 418; occupies Lexington, 419; before Lynchburg, 420; retreat through the mountains, 421; destruction of rebel factories and stores, 425; in Potomac valley, 497; relieved by Sheridan, 498. Hurlbut, General S. A., at Shiloh, i., 74, 77, 83, 889; defences of, III., 2, 5, 6 manoeuvres before, September and October, 1864, 68-123; criticism of Grant's operations against, 127-134; Grant's forces before, March, 1865, 438-444-452; final assaults, 502-533; fall of, 533; Grant enters, 536. Piedmont, battle of II., 418. Pickett, General George E., at Five Forks, III., 467; at battle of Dinwiddie, 470; at battle of Five Forks, 484; narrow escape of, 493; crosses the Appomattox, 518; flight before Sheridan, 547. Pillow General G. J., at
Kenesaw Mountain (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
uates 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; recalled from retirement, IIIurg 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 situate of Darbytown, 471; at Cemetery Hill, 483; at Weldon road, 515; at Ream's station, 531; at Kenesaw mountain, 538; in Atlanta campaign, 546, at battle of Winchester, III., 30; at Fisher's hill, 33; ata, II., 182, 15, 216; in Wilderness campaign, 329; on James river, August 14, 1864, 511; at Kenesaw mountain, 538; Sherman's Atlanta campaign, 547; at Winchester, III., 30; at Fisher's hill, 33; at Torivers, 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; repu
Amelia Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 19
or to battle of Five Forks, 471; relations to battle of Five Forks, 487, 495; final defence of Petersburg, 507-530; last dispatch from Petersburg, 530; evacuation of Petersburg, 532; desertion of Richmond, 538; flight from Petersburg, 544-597; at Amelia, 549; intercepted by Grant, 565; pursuit of, by national army, 578; correspondence relative to surrender of, 589, 590, 594, 595, 599; surrender of, 602-609; second interview with Grant at Appomattox, 611; parole of, 613; draws destitute ration in3-386; moves to support Wilson, 404; at defences of Washington, 444; at mouth of Valley of Virginia, 448-452; at Cedar creek, III., 90; before Petersburg, 441, 452; military spirit of; 504; final assault on Petersburg 506, 508, 513, 516; at Amelia court-house, 550; in battle of Sailor's creek, 574-576; pursuit to Appomattox, 591, 592. Wolcott, General, unsuccessfully attacked by rebels at Macon, III., 289. Yazoo pass expedition, II., 16-173. Yazoo river, Sherman's expedition to, i., 133
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