The Limits of Sovereignty: Property Confiscation in the Union and the Confederacy during the Civil War

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Index
Abandoned and Captured Property Act, 143, 208n9
abolition, 2, 42, 173n7, 194n10
abolitionism, 179n39, 209n17
Adams, Hugh, 122, 123
“Adequacy of the Constitution, The” (Farrar), 185n16
admiralty law, 153–54, 211n58
Alexander, Gregory S., 47, 175n15, 176n21
Alien Enemy Act (Confederate), 107
amnesty, 159–61, 163–64, 212–13n73, 213n78, 214n90
Anderson, Joseph, 145
Angier Hotel, 145
Angle, Barbara, 122
Angle, H., 134
Anthony, Henry, 59, 195n16, 195n20, 196n43
Arizona territory, 89, 199n19
Armstrong, John, 213n77
Arnold, Henry J., 206n30
Atwell, Samuel, 124
Atwell, W. E., 124
Austin, Bledsoe, 123
Bacon's Rebellion, 182–83n25
Baker, Edward, 28, 189n6
Baker, J. H., 190–91n11
Baker, Jean, 185n13
Baker, Samuel, 130–31
Baker, William, 122, 130–31
Baldwin, Roger, 122
Bales, R. M., 124
Ball, Milton, 121
Ballard, Dexter, 125
Ballard, J. J., 125
Ball's Bluff, battle of, 28
Banks, Nathaniel, 116, 146
Barnett, Charles, 131
Barnett, John, 131
Barth, J. D., 126
Bates, Edward, 144
battles. See specific battles
Bazle family, 133–34
Beattie family (Virginia), 132
Bebee, James, 120–21
Bechtel, Lindford, 136
Beckley, Alfred, 125–26
Benedict, Elijah, 120
Benedict, Michael Les: on demise of confiscation, 78; on Johnson's nullification of confiscation, 146; on laissez-faire constitutionalism, 147
Benjamin, Judah, 89, 90, 214n94
Bensel, Richard Franklin, 175n13
Bentley, Charles, 121
Bentley, Martha, 122
Bigelow v. Forrest, 157–59, 162–63, 211n52, 212n69
bills of attainder: allegiance to the state and, 17–19; in British law and colonial era, 182–83n25; in Constitution, 8–9, 15, 19, 55, 178–79n35; HR 110 and, 75–76, 197n57; just compensation and, 8–9; moderate confiscation proposals and, 64–65; permanent confiscation and, 154, 155; prize law and, 63; during Revolutionary era, 17–18; Story, Joseph, on, 55–56
bills of pains and penalties, 17–18

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