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Reflections of a Civil War Historian: Essays on Leadership, Society, and the Art of War

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INDEX
Abatis, 216
Abolitionism, 100
Abolitionists, 179
Abraham Lincoln Association, 78
Adjutant general, 160
Adriatic (ship), 140
Advances, military, 81–82
Advantage, military: numerical and topographical, 213; of U.S. at outset of war, 174
Advisors, military, 81
Aerial photography, 149
African Methodist Episcopal Church, 104
African Methodist Episcopal Church–Zion, 104
Afro-American denominations, 110
Aguadores River, 154
Aides-de-camp, 158
Air Corps, U.S., 151
Alabama, 77, 124–25, 197, 222; state capitol, 232
Alexandria, Tennessee, 52
Alice Dean (steamboat), 56
Allen, Ethan, 160
Allen, Ezra, 150
Allen, James, 150
Alston, Robert, 55–56
Amelia Springs, Virginia: battle at, 222
America, 169; as “chosen” by God, 102
American Civil War and the Origins of Modern War, The (Hagerman), 211
American Heritage Picture History of the Civil War (Catton), 231
“American Iliad,” 223
American Missionary Association, 110
American nationalism, 102
American Revolution, 99–100
Ammunition, 211, 214, 219
Anaconda Plan, 91
Anderson, Edward C., 195
Anderson, Richard H., 23
Anderson, Robert, 39
Anti-Confederate sentiment, 171
Antietam: campaign and battle of, 88–89, 206–7; battle site, 222
Antigua, 135
Anti-Union sentiment, 195
Antiwar philosophy, 231
Appomattox, 8, 115; historical site, 222
Arcadia, California, 155
Aristocracy: Old World, 133
Aristocratic bent: typical in the South, 176
Arkansas, 42, 84–85, 222; college students, 227
Armageddon, 102
Armament, 134
Armies: creation, mobilization, and development, 169–99
Arming Southern blacks, concept of, 91
Armistead, Lewis, 210
Army, U.S., 158
Army group, 187
Army life: rigors of, 214
Army of Northern Virginia: casualties sustained in Chancellorsville campaign, 6; Lee takes command of, 13; Lee's farewell, 108; during Morgan's Raid, 53; restructuring of officers in, 21–22; study of by Freeman, 182, 230; study of by McMurry, 183, 215
“Army” of South Carolina, 173–74
Army of the Cumberland: advance from Nashville, 54; effect of Morgan's Raid on, 65; 14th Corps of, under command of G. H. Thomas, 74

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