To the Point: The United States Military Academy, 1802-1902

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Abbot, Cadet Frederick, 393
Abert, James W., 272
Abert, John, 222, 284
Academic Board, 111, 119, 155, 249, 298-99, 303-4, 338, 388, 390
Academic Building, 78, 233-35, 255, 264, 407
Act of March 16, 1802, 28
Act of April 19, 1812, 62
Adams, Jasper, 249
Adams, John, 6, 11, 14, 15, 37, 146-47
Adams, John Quincy, 15, 173, 180, 268
"Additional" second lieutenants, 284
Agnel, Hyacinthe R., 250, 377
Alexander, Edward P., 421
Allen, Hannibal, 43
Ambrose, Stephen B., 405
American Military Philosophical Society, 47
Amosophic Society, 145
Anderson, Edward, 333
Anderson, Joseph R., 276
Anderson, Robert, 368
Andrews, George, 303
Armistead, Walker K., 17, 21, 25, 40, 125
Armstrong, John, 66
"Army Blue," 312
Army departments, 1860, 283
Army General Staff, 1860, 283
Army General Staff long tenure, 284
Army Geographical organization, 1865, 354
Army officers, involved politically, 285
Arnold, Benedict, 6
Articles of Confederation, 9
Artillerist and Engineer Academy, 10-11
Artillery, and emphasis on mobility, 1838, 282
Artillery School of Instruction, 128, 174
Associate Society of West Point, 191
Association of Graduates, 369-71
Atkinson, Col. Henry, 117
Avery's Tavern, 244
Bache, Alexander D., 277
Bailey, Jacob, 249
Bailey, William W., 266-67, 290
Barbe-Marbois, F., 26, 433
Barbour, Secretary of War James, 168, 170
Barnard, Cadet Jonathan G., 243
Barnard, John G., 307
Baron, George, 15, 20
Barracks, description of, 1818, 114-15
Barron, William Amherst, 15, 29-31, 33, 46, 51
Bartlett, William, H. C., 163, 174, 250, 377
Battle Monument, 12

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