Sherman's Other War: The General and the Civil War Press

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Index
Abrams v. U.S., 5
Alien and Sedition Acts, 4-5
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 9, 11
Anderson, Robert, 66, 68-71
Arkansas Post, capture of, 139, 141, 148
Army of the Potomac, 14, 148
Army of the Tennessee, 171
Arnett, Peter, 30
Atlanta, march on, 177-86, 198
Baltimore, Md., 14, 169
Banks, Nathaniel, 131, 135
Bill of Rights. See First Amendment Blackmun, Harry, 6-7
Blacks, 52, 211, 223n (see also Slaves); Sherman's bias against, 182-83, 215-16
Blair, F. P., Jr., 134, 141-43, 147
Blair, Montgomery, 15
Breckinridge, John C., 200
Brennan, William, 6
Browne, Junius H., 133, 158
Buckner, Simon, 69, 79
Buell, Don Carlos, 70, 76, 102n, 176
Bull Run, Battle of, 65, 82, 98
Burnside, Ambrose, 17, 56, 174
Bush, George, 25
Cadwallader, Sylvanus, 194n
Cairo, District of, 87-89
Cameron, Simon, 14, 17, 55, 73-76, 80
Casey, James, 48-49
Censorship. See First Amendment
Charleston, 40, 186
Chattanooga, Battle of, 173
Cheney, Richard, 26, 28
Chicago Times, 17, 56, 117
Chicago Tribune, 74, 134, 186, 188-89, 206-8
Chickasaw Bayou, 131-44, 146-49, 155, 160, 162, 171. See also Vicksburg, Battle of Christian Commission, U.S., 47, 177, 182
Cincinnati, 52, 87, 95, 176Cincinnati Commercial, 52, 70, 85, 174; criticism of Sherman by, 74-80; and retraction of insanity charge, 87-88; Sherman sending reporter away, 37-38; and Sherman's treaty, 206-8; support for Sherman by, 92-95, 139, 188-89, 207
Cincinnati Enquirer, 52, 71, 207-8
Cincinnati Gazette, 52, 153, 170, 213; criticism of Sherman at Shiloh, 92, 94; criticism of Sherman by, 75, 121, 134, 179, 207-8; praise for Sherman by, 186; and Sherman insanity charges, 79-80, 135
City Point, Va., 197-99
Civilians, Southern, 112, 183-86
Colburn, Richard T., 141, 158
Constitution, U.S., 12-13, 161-63, 173. See also First Amendment
Correspondents. See Newsmen
Cronkite, Walter, 29-30
Cumberland, Department of, 66, 70-71, 78
Cumberland Gap, 79, 81
Curtis, Samuel R., 118
Davis, Jefferson, 153-54, 204-6, 208, 214
Democrats, 8, 153
Dix, John A., 17, 204
Douglas, William O., 6
Emancipation Proclamation, 122-23, 183, 215

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Addendum to Acknowledgments xvi
  • 1 - The First Amendment in War 3
  • 2 - The Antagonists 37
  • 3 - The Insane General 63
  • 4 - The Czar of Memphis 108
  • 5 - The Press on Trial 131
  • 6 - The March Minus Reporters 168
  • 7 - Sherman Stumbles 197
  • Conclusion 224
  • Bibliographical Note Addendum 240
  • Index 245
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