The Army of Northern Virginia: Lee's Army in the American Civil War, 1861-1865

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Index
Page numbers initalicsrefer to illustrations
a
1860 election 15 , 16 - 19 , 17
1864 election 327
abolitionism 12 - 14 , 16
Advance283
4th Alabama 93 -4, 95
Alexander, Captain E. Porter 60 , 75 , 241 , 256 -7
Chancellorsville 196 , 200 -1
Gettysburg 223
Manassas 92 -3, 96
Maryland campaign 156 , 162 -3
Peninsula campaign 130 -2, 136
retreat 337 , 338
Allen, William 132 -3, 134 , 189
ammunition 65 -8
Anderson, Robert 21 , 151 , 169
Andrews, Sargeant W.H. 165 , 279
Antietam Creek 52 , 155 , 160,163
Appomattox 231 , 238 -9, 243,336 -41, 336,339,341
Appomattox River 326 , 330 , 333 , 334 -5
3rd Arkansas State Infantry 26
Armistead, Brigadier-General Lewis A. 225 , 255
Army of Northern Virginia command structure 244 -57, 253
flag 106
Order of Battle, April 2, 1865 342 -3
rank and file 258 -71
artillery 42 , 57 , 58 - 61 , 100 , 118
ammunition 65 -8
field howitzer 56
manufacture 59
training 34
Ashby, Colonel Turner 108
Averell, William 192

b
Bald Hill 151
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 102
Banks, Major-General Nathaniel P. 107 , 108 -11, 115 , 141 -2
Barclay, Ted 30 , 105 -6
Barksdale, William 173 , 176
battalions 15
batteries 57 , 61
Battle, Colonel Cullen 160
Beauregard, General P.G.T. 21 , 25 , 316 , 319 -22
Manassas 89 - 93 , 94 -9
Beaver Dam Creek 130 , 131 , 132-3
Bee, Bernard 93 , 94 , 95
Bell, John 16
Benjamin, Judah P. 37 -8
Benson, Barry 46 , 51 , 77 -8, 79
Bird, Edgeworth 270
Blackford, W.W. 14 , 65 -6, 97 , 140 , 142 , 193 , 335
blockade runners 64 -5, 277,283 -4
Bloody Angle see Mule Shoe
Bloody Lane 154,164,165,169 -71
Brandes, Henry 260
Brandy Station 210 -11, 292
Brawner's Farm see Groveton
Breckinridge, John C. 16
Bridgeford, Chief Provost-Marshal D.B. 183
brigades, tactics 50
Bristoe Station 143 , 293 -6, 299
British Army 45
Brock Road 296 , 297 , 300,303
Brown, Governor Joseph Emerson 272 , 276 -80, 284
Brown, John 13-14,34
Bruce, George A. 237 -8
Buford, John 218
Bull Run 83 , 86 , 89 , 90,92 , 139 , 144 -5, 145
Bunker Hill 287
Burkeville 330
Burnside Bridge 160
Burnside, General Ambrose E. 141 , 147 , 160 , 163 , 170 , 172 -89, 319

c
C&O Canal see Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
Caldwell, Lieutenant J.F.K. 295 , 299 , 336 , 341
camps see training camps
Cashtown 215
Casler, John O. 31 -3, 268 , 271 , 295 , 308
Casler, William 94 -5, 97 , 103 -4, 110 , 111 , 146 , 156
cavalry 43 , 53 -6, 55 , 306
Manassas 82 , 88,90 , 96 -7
Cedar Creek 325 -7
Centreville 145 , 149 , 150 , 295
Chaffin's Bluff 321
Chamberlain, General Joshua 341
Chamberlayne, Ham 142 , 146 , 201 , 207 , 327
Chambersburg 214 -15
Chancellorsville 78,190 - 207 , 195,199,205
maps 194,197,198,200,203
Charleston Zouave Cadets 38
Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O) Canal 102
Chesnut, Mary 267 -8, 274
Chestnut, James 254 ,
Chickahominy River 129 , 130 , 132 -3, 319
Chilton, Robert 254
Clark, C.J. 281
Clay, Henry 16
Cold Harbor 312,313 , 315
command structure 244 -57, 253
Commissary 76 -9, 80
Company F 30 , 111 , 144
Confederate Army Regulations, 1863 32
Confederate battle flags 98,150,204,292
Confederate national flags 65,282,324,331
Confederate signal corps 96
conscription 38 - 40 , 262 -5, 284
Constitutional Union Party 16
Cooper, Edward 269
Cooper, General Samuel 37 -8
Corps of Engineers 29
Corse, Montgomery 152
countermining 322 -3, 327
Crampton's Gap 160 -1
Crater, The 318 , 319 , 322 -3, 327
Crawford, Abel 270
crops 10 , 11 , 19 , 24
Cross Keys 116,117
CSS Virginia23,126
Culpeper 291 -2
Custer, Brigadier-General George A. 315

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