Grant's Secret Service: The Intelligence War from Belmont to Appomattox

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ILLUSTRATIONS
PHOTOGRAPHS
Ulysses S. Grant 147
Maj. Gen. William S. Rosecrans 148
Brig. Gen. Grenville M. Dodge 149
Maj. Gen. George G. Meade 150
Col. George H. Sharpe 151
Capt. John McEntee 152
The Bureau of Military Information staff 153
Scouts and guides of the Army of the Potomac 154
Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant 155
Grant and his staff at City Point 156
Elizabeth Van Lew 157
MAPS
The Civil War in Missouri, 1861 12
Cairo and Vicinity, 1861 20
Major Operations of Grant's Command in Late 1861 36
Grant's Area of Operations in Early 1862 64
Area around Shiloh 83
Major Operations of Grant's Command in Late 1862 116
Later Phase of the Vicksburg Campaign 143
Chattanooga and Environs 179
Grant's Spring Campaign of 1864 194
The Rapidan Front 202
Jubal Early's Raid, June 12—July 18, 1864 224
The Richmond and Petersburg Theater, 1864—1865 255

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