No Band of Brothers: Problems in the Rebel High Command

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Index
Alexander,E. P.,40-41
Alexandria,Va.,2,3
Anderson,Richard,23-30,35-36
Anderson,Robert, 137
Appomattox, 151
Appomattox River,97,98,104,116
Arkansas: defense of,63,66,67,68,69
Arlington Heights,Va.,3,4
Army of the Cumberland,73,78-79
Army of Northern Virginia,25,39,40, 41-49,78,82,91,97-99,118-20, 130,151
Army of the Potomac,23,30,73,96
Army of Tennessee: leadership problems of,70-81; defeat at Missionary Ridge, 82,141; replacement of Braxton Bragg as leader,82-85,123; under John Bell Hood,92,118-19,125-26, 128-29; under Joseph Johnston,92, 124; officer training in, 155
Atlanta campaign,81,83,86,91-93, 124-26
Banks,Nathaniel P.,53,146
Barksdale,William,142,143,144
Barton,Seth, 110
Bate,William B.,142,144
Baton Rouge,La.,141
Beauregard,Pierre G. T.,xiii,1-3,39, 49,59; character of,3,99-100,104-5, 108-9,115-16,127-28; strategy to capture Washington,D.C.,3-7; and first battle of Manassas,7-11; as candidate to lead Army of Tennessee, 82,83-84,85,86,93; and Bermuda Hundred campaign,84,94-95,97, 99,101-4,106-17,170n17. See also Davis,Jefferson
Beaver Dam Creek,45,46
Beaver Dam Station,Va.,102
Benjamin,Judah P.,56,57,58,59,63
Bermuda Hundred campaign,84, 94-95,98,100-117
Bonaparte,Napoléon, 87
Bowling Green,Ky.,55
Bragg,Braxton,52,59,62-63,64, 67,69,134,141,153; personality of,xiii; western command,56, 57; and Chickamauga campaign, 70,76-80; and 1862 Kentucky campaign,71; commander of Army of Tennessee,72-75,81,82,123, 156; as chief military adviser to Jefferson Davis,95,98-103,105,107,

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