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February, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 19
campaign into Alabama, 637, 638. Wood, General T. J., at battle of Nashville, III., 253-260. Wright, General Horatio G., in command of Sixth corps, II., 150; at Spottsylvania, 163; on North Anna, 227, 229; movement to Cold Harbor, 264, 270; battle of Cold Harbor, 275- 280, 284, 287, 293, 296; movement to Bermuda Hundred, 367; movement towards Weldon road, 383-386; 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., 133-137, 143-147; Grant's attempts to control in February and March, 1863, 16;--178. Yellow Tavern, battle of, II., 238. the end.
May, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 19
auguration of, III., 627; disapproves Sherman's course in North Carolina, 631; desires to try Lee for treason, 654. 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 Pemb Peace party, disloyal course of, at the North, III., 13. Peeble's farm, seizure of, III., 75. Pennypacker, General G., at Fort Fisher, III 336. Pemberton, fort, attack on, i., 172. Pemberton, John C., in command in front of Grant, May, 1863, i., 212; Vicksburg campaign, 212-294; alarm at Grant's operations round Vicksburg, 212; at Vicksburg, 219; deceived by Grant's manoeuvres, 237; disobeys Johnston, 241, 255; battle of Champion's hill, 256-271; battle of Black river bridge, 275;
August 14th, 1864 AD (search for this): chapter 19
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 Cedar creek, 99; Valley campaign, 104; battle of Franklin 212 Tennessee campaign, 270; at Fort Fisher, 343; at Averysboro 428; at Bentonsville, 432; at Fort Steadman, 447; at Five Forks, 495; in Appomattox campaign, 624; surrendered to Sherman, 634; at Mobile, 637; surrendered at end of war, 639. Rebel population, distress among, III., 354. Rebel r
August 12th, 1864 AD (search for this): chapter 19
75. Introduction, i., 1. Iuka, battle of, i., 110, 112-114. Jackson, Miss., importance of, i., 20; battle of, 239-249; Sherman's movement against, 393; second capture of, 396. Jackson, Tenn., position of, i., 109; Grant's Headquarters at, 115. James river, geography of, II., 4, 248, 340; strategical importance of, 45 Butler's operations on, 241-259; army of Potomac crosses, 341, 346-357, 374; Sheridan crosses, 398; movement of July 26, 1864, north of, 468-475; movement of August 12, 1864, north of, 505-508; movement of September 29, 1864, north of, III., 68-76; movement of October 27, 1864, north of, 122-3. Johnson, President, Andrew, inauguration of, III., 627; disapproves Sherman's course in North Carolina, 631; desires to try Lee for treason, 654. 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 Pemb
May 12th, 171 AD (search for this): chapter 19
Augusta to organize cavalry, III., 292; at Columbia, S. C., 422; destroys Columbia by fire, 423. Hancock, General Winfield S., at battle of Wilderness, II., 109-123; movements in valley of Po, 152; movements of May 10, 1864, 164; assault of May 12, 171-183; assault of May 17, 198; movement to Fredericksburg railroad 201, 218; movements on the North Anna, 227-237, on the Totopotomy, 270, 271; at Cold Harbor, 281, 287, 296, 299; crossing the James 339, 348, 351-356; advance to Petersburg, 3; seized by Wright, 510. Spottsylvania, battles around, II., 136; nature and features of battle-field, 138; movements of May 8, 142; fighting on the Po river, 152-160; Warren's assault of May 10, 161; Upton's storming party, 164; assault of May 12, 171-182; movements from May 13 to 20, 195-210. Stanton, Edwin M., Secretary of War, support and appreciation of Grant, from Fort Donelson, i., 54; offers to remove Rosecrans from command 424; constant support of Grant and non-interference in m
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