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Abercrombie, Capt, James, 47
Abolition, 183
Accotink Creek:cavalry engagement on, 111; march to, 96
Adkins, Mr., 268
African race, first landed, 156
Alabama home front. See home front
Alabama government:Chief Justice Alabama Supreme Court, 14, 281; constitutional convention, 12; House of Representatives, 3; legislature, 3, 4; Secession Convention, 3, 12, 15, 16, 19
Alabama volunteers, 81
Alexander, Edward Porter, 213
Alexandria, Virginia, 42, 45, 53, 69, 76; Doolan’s farm engagement, 104; foraging, 115; government stores, 205; rumor, Union advance, 51; troops to, 51; Washington to fall, 51
Allen, Dick, 259
Allen, James, 254
Allen, Tom, 65
Allen, Willie, 102
Allison, James, 254
Ambrotype, 115, 118, 124, 197
American Revolution, southern cause: custodians of, 2; similarity to, 19
Amelia Court House, Virginia, 276
Anderson, Col., 33
Anderson, Dr., 116
Anderson, Gen. Richard H., 6, 7, 9, 27, 154, 219, 230; observed by WCM, 7; orders furloughs, 247; provost duty, 6; recovered from wounds, 188; at Sayler’s Creek, 277
Anderson, Miss, 270
Anderson’s division. See military units— divisions
Anderson, Maj., 27
Anderson’s daughter, 216
Antietam Creek, defensive line, 175
Appomattox Court House, 9, 242, 273, 278
Appomattox River, 156, 275, 277
Aquia Creek, 102
Arkansas, beef, 96
Arlington Heights, 58, 59, 63, 68, 70
Arlington, Virginia, 74, 87
Armaments, artillery:amount in Wilcox brigade, 83; artillery barrage, 194, 108; chief of, 245; description of Fredericksburg barrage, 198, 270; drill, 70; masked batteries, 87; Napoleon guns, 229; pieces at Centreville, 95; siege guns, McClellans, 151
Armaments, guns:Enfield rifle, 163; half of recruits not armed, 158; improved musket, 53; Minnie muskets, 157; pistol, 51; sharp’s rifle, 157; smoothbore, 151
Armaments, gun boats, 169; on Pamunkey, 162; rebel rams, 258; Union, 123, 165, 268; USS Monitor, 152
Armaments, Barlow knives, 164; Union rockets, 214
Army of Northern Virginia. See military units—armies . . .

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