The Civil War in Missouri: A Military History

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INDEX
Albert, Anslem, 52
Almstedt, Henry, 22, 23
Anderson, William (Bloody Bill), 157, 189, 194
Andrews, George L., 52
Anzeiger des Westens, 18
Atchison, David Rice, 103, 104, 106; illus. 163
Backof, Franz, 23, 34, 52
Banks, Nathaniel, 179
Barrett, Overton W., 11
Barstow, Hiram E., 148–49
Bates, Edward, 4, 17, 132
Bates, John, 53
Beardsley, James, 53
Beauregard, P. G. T., 15, 135
Bell, John, 8
Bell, William H., 11–12
Belmont, Battle of (November 7, 1861), 119–23
Benton, the (gunboat), 134, 138–39, 190–91, 192
Benton, Thomas Hart, 9
Berry, Daniel Dorsey, 40
Birge, John M., 126, 128
Blair, Charles W., 201
Blair, Francis P., Jr. (Frank), 12, 13, 17, 23, 25, 30–31, 37, 147; after the war, 205–6; and Harney, 4, 26; illus. 82
Blair, Montgomery, 12
Bledsoe, Hiram M., 42, 45, 102; illus. 93
Bloomfield, battle at, 154–55
Blunt, James G., 147, 148, 195–97, 199, 201–2; illus. 172
Boernstein, Henry, 17, 18, 23, 25, 35
Bonneville, Benjamin L. E., 15
Boonville, Battle of (First Battle of Boonville, June 17, 1861), 33–34, 37–39; mentioned, 3, 30, 31, 205
Bowen, John S., 20; illus. 86
Breckenridge, John C., 8
Broadhead, James, 12, 13
Brown, B. Gratz, 22, 23, 34
Brown, Egbert Benson, 151–53, 158, 159, 203
Brown, William B., 42, 45, 47
Buchanan, James, 13
Buckner, Simon Bolivar, 135
Buel, James T., 144–45
Buell, Don Carlos, 134
Burbridge, John Q., 41, 43, 45, 148–49; illus. 91
Byram’s Ford, Battle of (Big Blue River, October 22–23, 1864), 197, 198
Cabell, William L., 182, 186, 201
Cameron, Simon, 12, 16
Camp Jackson, 18, 19, 22–23, 25
Camp Lamar, 41, 42, 43,
Campbell, Leonidas St. Clair (Dick), 40
Canfield, Charles W., 51–52
Cape Girardeau, Battle of (April 26, 1863), 155–56
Carlin, William P., 111, 113; illus. 163
Carney, Thomas, 180, 197, 199
Carondelet, the (gunboat), 133, 140
Carr, Eugene A., 52; illus. 96
Carroll, Charles A., 50–51
Carroll, DeRosey, 51
Carter, George W., 154, 155
Carthage, Battle of (July 5, 1861), 45–48; mentioned, 3, 54, 70, 76, 103, 124, 144
Cavender, John S., 21
Cawthorn, James, 42, 66–67
Chadwick, Rufus, 102
Champion, J. R. (Rock), 10, 19–20
Chickasaw Mounted Rifles, the, 147, 148
Churchill, Samuel Bullitt, 15
Churchill, Thomas J., 33, 48, 50

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter One - "Your First Allegiance" 8
  • Chapter Two - "Formidable Preparations … by the Enemy" 32
  • Chapter Three - "In the Valley of Wilson’s Creek" 54
  • Chapter Four - "Tell My Wife That I Died like a Brave Man for Missouri" 99
  • Chapter Five - "There Is No Rebel Flag Now Flying in Missouri" 132
  • Chapter Six - "He Saw the Rebellion Vanishing before Him" 179
  • Conclusion 205
  • Notes 209
  • Index 233
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