Inside Lincoln's Cabinet: The Civil War Diaries of Salmon P. Chase

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Adams, Charles Francis, 128, 299
Adams, John Quincy, praised by Chase, 36
Agassiz, J. L. R., 243, 323
Alabama, the, 234-35
Alley, John Bassett, 243, 322
Altoona ( Pa.) governors' conference, 161, 306
Allyn, John, 197, 314
American party3
Andrew, John A., 161, 192, 230- 31, 306
Andrews, Ebenezer B., 123, 127, 297
Andrews, Rufus F., 65, 283
Antietam (Sharpsburg), Md., battle of, 131 ff., 169
"Appeal to the Independent Democrats," 2
Army of the Potomac, 47, 56, 57, 93; Virginia campaign, 1862, 74- 92passim; in Antietam campaign, 131 ff., 169
Ashley, James Mitchell, 50, 280
Aspinwall, W. H., 52, 170, 171, 280
Astor, John Jacob, 120, 296
Atkinson, Robert J., 219
Augur, Christopher C., 240-41, 322
Babcock, James F., 112, 293
Balcom, Ransom, 197, 198, 314
Baltimore, Md., 125; Chase visits, 204-6
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 52, 56, 60, 203, 241
Bancroft, George, 252, 325
Bank of the United States, 40; Chase hostility, 37, 40-41
Bankhead (Barbhead), John P., 146, 303
Banks, Nathaniel Prentice, 56, 72, 160, 281-82; in Valley campaign, 1862, 86-92passim; and Negro troops, 178-79
Banks, and Civil War financing, 38- 45, 46-47, 48, 58, 62, 63-64, 124, 139-40, 146, 170, 180-81, 212- 34, 297-98; state, Chase and, 40- 42
Bannister, Dwight, 133, 301
Barlow, Francis C., 244, 263, 323
Barnes, Joseph K., 254, 325
Barney, Hiram, 65, 122-25passim, 208-9, 217, 220, 253, 283, 297
Barnitz, D. G., 184, 311
Barrett, Don C., discounts Chase's ability as finance minister, 33
Barstow, Simon F., 56, 281
Bates, Edward, 110, 155; Chase and, 11; view on prisoner exchange, recognition of Confederate belligerency, 49; and proposed cabinet remonstrance against McClellan, 116-20, 295; attitude toward McClellan after Second Bull Run, 118-19; on Chase's campaign for presidency, 176; and trade regulations, 187; and habeas corpus, 193-94
Beaufort (Port Royal), S. C., capture of, 47, 50, 51, 69-70, 71
Beauregard, P. G. T., 164, 307
Beebe, Horace Y., 104, 291
Beecher, Henry Ward, 102, 290- 91
Beecher, Lyman, 245-46, 323
Benedict, George A., 145, 303
Benjamin, Judah P., 207-8, 316
Berry, Nathaniel S., 160, 306
Bickham, William D., 70, 283
Bingham, John A., 182, 310
Birney, James, 129, 299
Birney, William, 205, 315-16
Blaine, James G., 2
Blair, Austin, 114, 295
Blair, Francis P., Jr., 32, 127, 211, 216-17, 298, 318-19
Blair, Francis P., Sr., 241, 322
Blair, Montgomery, 60, 103, 110, 211, 238-39, 268; relations with Chase, 11, 177; view on prisoner exchange, 49, 50; advises concerning emancipation, 94; attitude toward McClellan after Second Bull Run, 118-19; and Emancipation Proclamation, 152; and habeas corpus, 193-94

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