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XXI. The Political History of 1863......484

Lord Lyons on Democratic Peace'Spring Elec-
tions of 1863--Conscription ordered, first by Rebel,
next by Union Congress -- Judge Woodward
pronounces the latter unconstitutional-Suspen-
sion of Habeas Corpus-Military Arrest and Con-
viction of Vallandigham--Democrats of Albany
thereon - President Lincoln's Response - Ohio
Deinocratic Convention's Resolves - Vallandig-
hain nominated for Governor-Convention de-
mand his Release-President Lincoln's Reply-
The New York Journalists on the Freedom of the
Press-Ex-President Pierce's Fourth of July Ora-
tion-Gov. Seymour's ditto-The Draft Riots in
New York-Argon, Devastation, and Murder-
Gov. Seymour's Speech-He demands a stoppage
of the Draft--President Lincoln's Reply-The
Autumn Elections-The Draft adjudged valid--
The Government sustained by the People.

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pushes on to Spottsylvania C. H.--Heavy, inde-
cisive fighting

--Hancock storms the Enemy's
Lines, capturing Maj.-Gen. Ed. Johnson and
3,000 'Men --Sheridan's Raid to Richmond
Death of J. E. B. Stuart-Butler moves against
Richmond by the Jaines-W. F. Smith fights D.
H. Hili at Port Walthall Junction-- Beauregard
arrives froin Charlestou--Attacks Butler on the
Jaines---More Fighting there--Kautz's first Raid

Three Union Gunboats blown up-Grant
moves by his Left to the North Anna-Hancock
and Wright across --Burnside repulsed-Fight-
ing on both Wings-Lee's Position impregnable
-Grant moves by his Left to the Chickahominy
-Réen forced by W. F. Smith from Butler's Po-
sition-Bloody Repulse at Cold Harbor-Sheri.
dan's Raid to Louisa C. H.--Grant moves by his
Left across the James, below Richmond-Re-
crosses for his Overland Advance--Butler impels
Gillem and Kautz against Petersburg-W. F.
Smith's Corps follows--Failures to carry it-
General Assault repulsed--Meade's costly Ad-
vance to the Weldon Railroad —Wilson's and
Kautz's expensive Raid to Burkesville--Butler
pontoong the Jaines--Sheridan tights on the
Peninsula--Miles carries an Outpost ut Deep
Bottom-Burnside's Mine — Hancock on our
Left, Gregg on our Right, advance, and are both
worsted-Warren seizes and holds the Weldon
Railroad-Hill defeats Hancock at Reams's Sta-
tion--Warren advances to and over the Squir-
rel Level Road--Butler assaults and carries Fort
Harrison--Field fails to retake it--Meade ad-
vances to Hatcher's Run-Egan routs Heth--
Hancock repels Wade Hampton-Hancock ro-

tires--Losses of the Campaign--Criticisins. XXVI. West Virginia and North of the Rapidan in 1864..

..598 Sam Jones captures Beers at Jonesville-Rosser takes Petersburg--Averill hits him at Springfield - Sigel's defeat at Newmarket-Averill worsted at Wytheville-Crook's Fight near Dublin Station--Hunter's victory at Piedmont He takes Staunton, and advances to Lynchburg -Retreats across the Alleghanies-Early chases Sigel out of Virginia--Wallace benten on the Monocacy - Early threatens Washington Wright repulsed" by Ear y -- Avery worsted near Winchester --Early defeats Crook-Chambersburg burned by McCausland--Col. Stough routed at Oldtown - Sheridan appointed to commandBeats Early at Opequan - Routs hiin at Fisher's Hill-Devastates the ValleyThe Richmond W'hig on Retaliation - Early surprises Crook at Cedar Creek -- Sheridan

transforms defeat into victory-Losses. XXVII. Between Virginia and the Mississippi, 1863-4.

.615 Phillips's Raid to Grenada - McPherson advances from Vicksburg--Forrest's Raid to Jackson -W. T. Sherman's Advance to MeridianSovy Smith's Failure--Osband's Fight at Yazoo City--Palıner's Advance to Dalton-Forrest takes Union City--Repulsed by Hicks at Paducah--Assauits and carries Fort Pillow-Butchery after Surrender--Sturgis routed by Forrest at Guntown - A. J. Smith. worsts Forrest at Tupelo-Forrest's Raid into Memphis--Fights at 'Bean's Station, Charleston, Mossy Creek, Dandridge, and Maryville, East Tennessee --Morgan's last Raid into Kentucky-Hobson's Surrender - Burbridge strikes Morgan at Mt. Sterling, and routs him near Cynthiana-Mor. gan killed-Burbridge beaten at Saltville, Van

-Attempt on Johnson's Island.
XXVIII. Sherman's Atlanta Campaign.....625

Strength of Sherman's and Jo. Johnston's Ar-
mies--Sherman flanks Johnston out of Dalton

Hooker takes Resaca-Jeff. C. Davis takes
Rome -- Fight at Pumpkin-vine Creek — At
New Hope Church - At Dallas - Allatoona
Pass won--Gen. Polk killed-Rebel Repulse at
Kulp House--Sherman assaulta Kenesaw, and
is repulsed with a loss of 3,000—Flanks John-
ston out of it-Passes the Chattahoochee
Hood relieves Johnston-Rousseau defeats Clan-
ton -- Hood strikes our left heavily, and is
repulsed-Strikes more heavily, and is badly
worsted-Stoneman's wretched Raid to Macon

- He surrenders-Hood strikes our right at Proctor's Creek-Is badly beaten by Howard and Logan-Kilpatrick's Raid around Atlanta --Sherman moves by his right behind Atlanta -Howard beats Hardee at Jonesboro'--J. C. Davis repeats the lesson--Hood abandons Atlanta-Sherman enters-Orders it cleared of inhabitants -- Pillow raids to Lafayette Wheeler to Dalton and through Southern Tennessee - Jeff. Davis at Macon - Hood flanks Sherman - French attacks Allatoona - Corse beats him off-Hood crosses Sand MountainThomas intrusted with the defense of Tennes800-Sherman turns south ward.

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XXII. Negro Soldiery..

.511 Negroes in the Revolutionary Armies-- Royal Attempts to win them to the British side---The War of 1812--Gen. Jackson at New Orleans-Negro soldiering suppressed in 1861-Gen, Hunter directa a recruiting of Blacks—Gov. Wickliffe's Inquiry-Gen, Hunter's Response—Saxton authorized to arın Negroes-Gen, Phelps's Black recruiting in Louisiana - Gen. Butler thereon - Jeff. Davis on Butler and Phelps together--Congress orders a general enrollinent, regardless of ColorDeinocratic Denunciation thereof--Gov. Andrew, of Mass., raises two Black Regiments-New York, by her Loyal League, follows the Example--Rebel employment of Negroes in War--Beauregard and Jeff. Davis on Federal arruing of Blacks-The Confederate Congress punishes it with DeathPresident Lincoln threatens Retaliation--Garrett Davis, S. S. Cox & Co. denounce the arming of Blacks-Adjt.-Gen, Thomas engages in the work -His Speech at Lake Providence-Gen. Banks's Order---Negro recruiting goes ahead-Efficiency

of Black Soldiers XXIII. The War along the Coast in 1864..528

Organization of the XXXVIIIth Congress
Lincoln's proffer of Amnesty-Gillmore and Sey-
mour in Florida--Finnegan defeats Seyinour at
Olustee-Rebel Salt-Works in Florida destroyed

Union Convention at Jacksonville-Union Re-
pulse at Bloody Bridge, S. C. -- Pickett assails
Newbern, N. 0.- Hoke besieges Wessells in
Plymouth--The Kebel ram Albemarle disables
our Vessels-Wessells surrenders-The Albenarle
tights our Fleet otf the inouth of the Roanoke
Is beaten off by them-Blown up by Lt. Cushing
-Plyinouth retaken-Wild's Raid into Camden

County. XXIV. The War beyond the Mississippi in 1864

.536
Banks in New Orleans Porter's Fleet in the
Mississippi-Captures Fort De Russy-Our Army
and Fleet advance to Alexandria--Both move up
Red River-Banks presses on toward Shreve.
port-Col. Gouding's Fight--Our Advance routed
by Kirby Sunith at Sabine Cross-Roads--Ernory
checks the Rebel Pursuit at Pleasant Grove
Fierce and indecisive Battle at Pleasant Hill-
Banks retreats to Grand Ecore - Porter works
and fights his way down the River-Bauks fights
and drives Bee at Cane River-Return of Army
and Fleet to Alexandria--Lt. Col. Bailey engi-
neers our Vessels over the Rapids--Union 089
of three Vessels at Dunn's Bayou-Texas Const
nearly abandoned.-Banks retreats to Siminsport

-Fight at Mansura-Cotton Operations on Red
River Steele's Advance from Little Rock
Fight at Prairie d'Anne--Steele enters Camden

Union Disaster at Marks's Mills-Steele re.
treats-Attacked by Kirby Smith at Jenkins's
Ferry - Rebels repulsed - Steele, burning his
Trains, escapes to Little Rock--Gen. Carr worsts
Shelby at St. Charles-Col. Brooks fights Dob-
bins at Big Creek-Shelby captures the 54th Illi-
nois — Union State Convention in Arkansas
Steele's Ineficiency-Rosecrans in command in
Missouri-Arrests the Chiefs of the Sons of Lib-
erty-Price's last Invasion--Hugh Ewing with-
stands him at Pilot knob Retreats to Rolla,
Rebel uprising-Price threatens St. Louis-Ap-
pears before Jefferson City-Gen. Mower follows
him from Arkansas-Rebels capture Glasgow
Price at Lexington--Fights Blunt on the Little
Blue-Fights Curtis on the Big Blue-Escapes
southward, by Little Santa Fe Pleasanton routs
him on the Little Osage - Blunt routs him at
Newtonia - Curtis chases him to Fayetteville,

Ark.
XXV. Gen. Grant's Advance on Richmond.562

Grant made Lieutenant-General-His Concep-
tion of the War-Assunies command--Army of
the Potomac rëorganized ---Kilpatrick's Raid to
Richmond Col. Dahlgren killed-Grant crosses
the Rapidan-Battle of the Wilderness-Grant

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XXIX. The War on the Ocean-Mobile

Bay..
The Confederate Navy - Their Torpedoes
British-built Privateers --The Sumter - The
Alabaina-The Florida--Seizure of the Chess-
peake -- The Tallahassee --The Olustee - The
Chickamaugă--Capt. Collins seizes the Florida
in Bahia Harbor Guy, Sewart on Rebel bel.
ligerency- The Georgia-Fight of the KeursArxo
and Alabama - Criticisms thereon-Farragut
before Mobile ---Bombards and passes Fort Mor-
gan -The Rebel rim Tennessee fighis our
feet-Is captured --Fort Powell blown up-
Fort Gaines surrenders-Fort Morgan succumbs
Hlobilo scaled up.

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XXX. Political Mutations and Results

Presidential Canvass of 1864..654
State Elections reflect the varying phases of
the War - Kentucky Unionism — Lincoln to
Hodges - Lincoln at Gettysburg ---Fremont
nominated for President - Rallical Platform
Union National Convention Its Platform-Lin-
coln and Johnson nominated-Johnson's Letter
-A Season of Gloom--The National Finances
during the War-National Debt-Currency De-
preciation --- Peace Overtures at Niagara and at
Richmond - Davis inflexible - Chicago Demo-
cratic Convention- Pence' Utterances The
Platform--McClellan and Pendleton nominated
National victories stimulate popular dissent
-Gen. McClellan tries to hedge - Seward's
Criticisms - Fremont declinesThe Autumn
Elections-Maryland free-Death of Roger B.
Tuney-Lincoln elected-The Soldiers' Vote
The 'XXXViltih Congress Lincoln's last
Message Slavery prohibited by Constitutional
Amendment -- Peace Overtures at Richmond,
and Negotiations in Hainpton Roads-Lincolo's
Second Inaugural.

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XXXI. Hood's Tennessee Campaign.....677

Forrest's last Raid--Captures Athens, Alam
Is chised out of Tennessee by Rousseau--Hood
presoro Gordon Granger at Decatur-Crosses
the Tennessee at FlarenceThonias retires on
Nashville --Hood follows -- Fighting at Duck
River and at Spring Hill --Schofield make a
stant at Franklin Blody drawn battle
Heavy Rubel loss - Pat. Cleburne killed -
Thomae strong in Nashville -- Fights around
Murireesboro'-A Cold Week-Tbomaş assum:&
the Offensive-Steedman strikes on our left-
A. J. Smith, Johnson, and Wilson on our right
Col. Post storis Montgomery Hill — T. J.
Wood and A, J. Smith carry first line of
Rebel defenses Overton's Hill stormed aud
taken--Rebels routed and pursued to Franklin
-Their losses Hood chased across the Ten.
nessee-Lyon's feeble Ruid-Stoneman in East
Tennessee Gillem 'outs Duke, and then Vagha
- Breckinridge driven into North Caroline -
Saltville captured-Thomas's Capture-Hood
relieved.

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XXXII. Sherman's Great March...

.689 His Army in Northern Georgia-Concentrated at Atlanta He moves southward -- Fight at Lovejoy's - Kilpatrick before Macon -Slocum at Milledgeville - Howard at Sandersville Kilpatrick at Waynesboro'--Fights WheelerBlair at Millen--Haten at Statesboro'-Fight at the Ogcechee--Blair crosses at Fort ArgyleSlocum crosses at Louisville

Sherman approaches Savannah-Hazen storms Fort McAl. Jister-Sherman hears from Foster and Dahlgren-Starts for Hilton He:d-Hardee evacuates Savannah Sherman's losses and captures in Georgia-Correspondence with Lincoln--Dana's, Davidson's, and Grierson's Raids- Griersou's Victory at' Egypt -Hatch worsted at Honey Hill-Foster occupies Pocotaligo-Sherman entors South Carolina-Pushes for the EdistoHorrible Roarism-Fight near Branchville-Kil. patrick at Aiken--Blair fights and wins near Orangeburg--Fight at the Congaree-Hood's remnant, under Chea ham, pags our left-Columbia surrendered - Great Confingration Sherman's and Wade Hampton's accounts of it Hardee evacuates Charleston and its defender

Pollard's account of its devastation -Our Flag raised on Forts Sumter, Ripley, and Pinckney-Sherman's Foraging-His ‘Bummers' Fight at Williston's Station-Atkins's repulse Sherman at Winsboro'-.Blair at Cheraw Occupies Fayetteville, N. C. Hainpton surprisee Kilpatrick Is beaten off-Slocum attacked by Hardee at Averysboro'-Rebels recoil -Jo. Johnston strikes Slocum at Bentonville Indecisive Fighting-Johnstun docamps-Sherman enters Goldsboro' Butler and Weitzel's Expedition to Fort Fisher-The Powder Ship Porter's Bombardment-Butler returns to the James - Grant dissatisfied - Expedition sont back under Terry-Fort Fisher invested-Bou

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barded by the Fleet The Sailors' assault

--Re. pulse-Gen. Ames assaults from the land slide

-Desperate Fighting-The Fort carriou-Lusses --Explosion o. Magazine --Gen. Schofield we rives - Advances on Wilmington - Fight at Town Creek-Fort Anderson evacuated--Hoke retreats---Burns Vesve.s and Stores-W'ilininy. ton given up-Advance to Kinston-Uphain surprised at Southwest Creek -H ke strikus out--ls repulsed, and retreats-Schofield enters

XXXIII. The Rëpossession of Alabama...716

Wilson at Eastport, Miss.--Crosses the Tennes-
see, and moves southward-Ruts Roddy at
Montevallım-Hurri-s Forrest from Boyle's Creok
-Charges over the defenses of Selma, and takes
2,700 Prisoners--Montgomery surrenders--La-
grange routs Buford - Wilson takes Corumbus,
Ga., by Assalt--Lagrange charges and captares
Furt Tyler-Wilson in Macon-Cuxton cap-
tures Tuskaloosa-Zigzags to Macon-Canby
in New Orleans-Advances on Mobile Steele
moves up from Pensacola Routs Clanton at
Mitchell's Creek-Sivanish Fort besieged-Its
garrison driven out - Desperate Assault on
Blakely-The Works carried, with 3,000 pris-
oner Mobile evacuated-Fate of the ram W.
H. Webb.

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XXXIV. Fall of Richmond End of the

War...
Grant passive--Rebel attempt to arm Negroes

-Warren's advance to the Meherrin-Raid of
the Rebel gunboats-Fight at Dabney's Mill-
Our left on Hatcher's Run-Rogger's Raid to
Beverly--Capture of Kelly and Crook-Sheri-
dan up the Valley -- Annihilates Enrly at
Waynesboro'-Captures Charlottesville-Fails
to cross the James above Richmond-Crosses
below, and reaches Grant.- Gordon surprises
Fort Sleedman-Is repulsed at Fort Haskell-
Surrender of 2,000 Rebels-Meade counter-88-
saults--Grant directs a General Advance by our
left-Griffin's Fight at the White Oak Road
Sheridan advances to Five Forks-Falls back
to Dinwiddie C. H-Lee strikes Warren heavi-
Jy-I8 guccessful, but finally stopped-Sheridan
again pushed back to Dinwiddie C. H.--Repels
his assailants-Warren hurried to his support
-Rebels recoil --Sheridan again advances to
Five Forks, and attacks-Warren's corps or-
dered to s:rike Enemy's left flank -Combined
Attack completely successful Pickett routed
and driven westward-Warren superseded by
Sheridan -Our gills reopen on Petersburg
General assault al ng our front - Foris Gregg
and Alexander carried - Miles dislodges the
enemy at Sutherland's Depot-Longstreet joins
Lee--Heth repulsed-A. P. Hill killed-Lee
notifies Davis that Richmond must be evarusted
-The Contederacy fires and quits that City-
Weitzel enters it unopposed-Captures of pris-
oners and arms The news flashed over the
luyal States - Universal rejoicings - Corneci-
cut Election-Petersburg abandoned-Lee con-
centrates at Chesterfield C. H.-Retreats west-
ward by Amelia C. H. Sheridan heads bim off
from Danvilie, at Jetersville - Davies strikes
his train at Paine's Cross-Roads-Lee hasten-
ing Westward--Crook strikes him in flank-Is
repulsed-Custer strikes his train at Sailor's
Creek, and destroye 400 wagons - Ewell cut
off, and, after a fight, compelled to surrender
-Ord strikes Lee's van near Farmville-Is re-
pulsed, and Gen. Read killed--Lee crossed the
Appomattox at Farmville - His Desperate
Condition
Grant proposes

surrender
Humphreys attacks Lee, and is bloodily re
pulsed - Lee resumes his flight — Sheridan
heads him at Appomattox C. H.-Last Charge
of the Army of Virginia-Correspondence be-
tween Lee and Grant-Lee Surrenders-Parting

with his Soldiers-His Army dissolved. XXXV. Death of President Lincoln-Peace. 746

The President at City Point-He enters Rich-
mond-Letter to Weitzel-Recruiting stopped
-Celebration at Fort Sumter-The President
assassinated by J. Wilkes Bootb-Gov. Seward
murderously assaulted by Payne Powell-AC-
cession of Andrew Johnson to the Presidency-
Offers rewards for arrest of Jefferson Davis
and others Stoneman's Raid into North Caro-
lina-Sherman's Arrangeinent with Jo. John-
ston--Repudiated by the Governinent-Reasons
therefor-Johnston surrenders-- Dick Taylor
ditto-Dissolution of the Confederacy-Flight
and Capture of Davis --- Kirby Smith's voice
still for War-Sheridan's Expedition-The Re-
bellion's final collapse-Career of the Shenan-
doah-Grant's Parting Address to his Soldiers

Dissolution of our Armies.
APPENDED NOTES..

759 ANALYTICAL INDEX

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ILLUSTRATIONS OF VOL. II.

UNION GENERALS.

FRONTISPIECE.

FRONTISPIECE 1. Lieut.-Gen. ULYSSES S. GRANT. 7. Major-Gen. ALFRED H. TERRY. 2. Major-Gen. William T. SHERMAN. 8. Major-Gen. Frank P. BLAIR. 3. Major-Gen. Philip H. SHERIDAN. 9. Major-Gen. NATHANIEL P. BANKS. 4. Major-Gen. GEORGE G. MEADE.

10. Major-Gen. SAMUEL R. CURTIS. 5. Major-Gen. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK, 11. Major-Gen. QUINCY A. GILLMORE. 6. Major-Gen. OLIVER O. HOWARD. 12. Major-Gen. GEORGE H. THOMAS.

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13. Edwin D. MORGAN, of N. York. 128 19. AUSTIN BLAIR, of Michigan . 128 14. WILLIAM SPRAGUE, of R. I.

20. John BROUGH, of Ohio 15. RICHARD YATES, of Illinois .

21. Wm. A. BUCKINGHAM, of Conn. 16. Thos. C. FLETCHER, of Missouri. 22. OLIVER P. Morton, of Indiana. 17. CHARLES S. OLDEN, of N. Jersey 23. John A. ANDREW, of Mass. 18. Alex. W. RANDALL, of Wisc.

24. Samuel Cony, of Maine 25. ANDREW G. Curtin, of Penn. 128

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EMINENT UPHOLDERS IN CONGRESS OF THE WAR FOR

THE UNION. 26. BENJAMIN F. WADE, of Ohio 256 | 32. HENRY WINTER Davis, of Md. 253 27. ZACHARIAH CHANDLER, of Mich. 33. REUBEN E. Fenton, of N. York. 28. HENRY S. LANE, of Indiana . 34. GEORGE W. JULIAN, of Indiana. 29. LYMAN TRUMBULL, of Illinois 35. John A. Kasson, of Iowa 30. ELIAU B. WASHBURNE, of Illinois.“ 36. John P. HALE, of N. Hampshire.“ 31. WILLIAM D. KELLEY, of Penna.“ [37. Roscoe CONKLING, of New York «

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UNION DEFENDERS. 38. Major-Gen. WM. S. ROSECRANS 272 44. Major-Gen. Judson KılPATRICK. 272 39. Major-Gen. Franz SIGEL .

45. Major-Gen. P.J. OSTERHAUS 40. Major-Gen. GODFREY WEITZEL . 46. Major-Gen. ALFRED PLEASANTON. 41. Major-Gen. JAMES B. STEEDMAN.

47. Major-Gen. CARL SCHURZ. 42. Major-Gen. GORDON GRANGER 48. Brig.-Gen. Thos. F. MEAGHER 43. Major-Gen. E. R. S. CANBY

49. Com. JOHN A. WINSLOW

OUR HEROIC DEAD.

50. Major-Gen. JOHN SEDGWICK 352|56. Major-Gen. ORMSBY M. MITCHEL. 352 51. Major-Gen. Isaac I. STEVENS 57. Major-Gen. Jas. S. WADSWORTH. 52. Brig.-Gen. EDWARD D. BAKER . 58. Major-Gen. Jas. B. McPHERSON. 53. Brig.-Gen. GEORGE D. BAYARD.

59. Major-Gen. EDWIN V. SUMNER. 54. Major-Gen. PHILIP KEARNY

60. Brig.-Gen. Fred. W. LANDER 55. Major-Gen. John F. REYNOLDS . 61. Brig.-Gen, NATHANIEL LYON

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Fight OF THE MERRIMAC AND MONITOR IN HAMPTON ROADS
VIEW OF FREDERICKSBURG
VIEW OF CUMBERLAND GAP
FORT SUMTER REPOSSESSED BY THE UNION

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BATTLE-FIELD OF PEA RIDGE

29 Port HUDSON BESIEGED BY BANKS. 332 BATTLE-FIELD OF MILL SPRING . 44 FREDERICKSBURG-BURNSIDE, LEE . 343 FORTS HENRY AND DONELSON 46 CHANCELLORSVILLE-HOOKER, LEE. 356 NEW MADRID AND ISLAND No. 10 55 WINCHESTER, VA., AND VICINITY

371 PITTSBURG LANDING-SHILOH 62 GETTYSBURG-FIRST DAY's Fight,

378 ROANOKE ISLAND CROATAN SOUND. 75 GETTYSBURG-FINAL ASSAULT 384 NEWBERN AND NEUSE RIVER 77 MINE RUN AND THE RAPIDAN .

399 NEW ORLEANS AND ITS DEFENSES 86 CHATTANOOGA, CHICKAMAUGA, &c. . 416 FORTS JACKSON AND ST. PHILIP. 88 EAST TENNESSEE-KNOXVILLE, &c. 429 RICHMOND AND ITS APPROACHES 111 Fort PULASKI--GILLMORE'S SIEGE . 457 McCLELLAN BEFORE YORKTOWN 121 SECESSIONVILLE, S. C. .

461 SEVEN PINES, OR FAIR OAKS. 143 CHARLESTON, S. C., AND ITS DEFENSES 467 MECHANICSVILLE

153 RED RIVER REGION, ALEXANDRIA, &c. 538 GAINES'S MILL

156 THE WILDERNESS-GRANT, LEE 567 MALVERN HILL

. 165 SPOTTSYLVANIA C. H. AND VICINITY. 572 POPE'S VIRGINIA AND LEE'S MARY- LEE AT BAY ON THE North ANNA 578 LAND CAMPAIGNS.

174 COLD HARBOR AND ITS VICINITY . 580 CEDAR MOUNTAIN 176 RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG

594 GAINESVILLE, OR Second Bull Run 184 DEFENSES OF WASHINGTON City 604 South MOUNTAIN-TURNER'S

SHERIDAN IN THE VALLEY OF VA. 609 CRAMPTON'S GAPS

197 SHERMAN'S ADVANCE TO ATLANTA 627 HARPER'S FERRY

200 MOBILE BAY AND ITS DEFENSES . 650 ANTIETAM, OR SHARPSBURG . 205 FRANKLIN, TENN.—Hood's Fight · 681 PERRYVILLE, O'R CHAPLIN'S CREEK 219 NASHVILLE, TENN.-THOMAS, HOOD 685

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223 SHERMAN'S MARCH TO THE SEA 690 CORINTH-DEFEAT OF VAN DORN . 226 SHERMAN's MARCH THROUGH SOUTH STONE RIVER, OR MURFREESBORO' . 275 CAROLINA

.. 698 THE YAZOO REGION

. , VICKSBURG, JACKSON, Yazoo City. 305 LEE'S RETREAT-APPOMATTOX C. H. 729

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