Tragic Years, 1860-1865: A Documentary History of the American Civil War - Vol. 2

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INDEX
Acton, Sir John, on Trent affair, 171
Adams, Charles Francis, Minister to England, 160-61; and Trent affair, 16773; attacks Butler, 258; protests building of Alabama, 414-15; protests building of rams, 697, 699-700
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr., sleeps through Antietam, 371-72; characterizes Hooker, 496
Adams, George Worthington, on Union medical service, 733
Adams, Henry, describes Wide-Awakes, 4; on British attitude toward North, 167-68, 416-17; on detention of rams, 701
Adams, John Quincy, on presidential power of emancipation, 385n.
Adams, “Wirt, in Vicksburg campaign, 596
Alabama, attitude of, on secession, 6; secedes, 39
Alabama, 35th Cavalry, pursues Grierson, 585; 2nd Infantry, at Fair Oaks, 291; 4th Infantry, at Cold Harbor, 811-12; 6th Infantry, at Fair Oaks, 291; 10th Infantry, in invasion of Maryland, 357; 15th Infantry, at Gettysburg, 652, at Cold Harbor, 810-12; 36th Infantry, at Nashville, 964; 48th Infantry, at Gettysburg, 652-53
Alabama (raider), escapes to sea, 41417; sinks Hatteras, 466-69; case of, 698; sunk by Kearsarge, 839-46
Albert, Prince Consort, in Trent affair, 172
Alexander, Edward P., at Fredericksburg, 440; at Gettysburg, 657-58
Alexander Collie & Co., at Wilmington, 482-83
Alexandra (raider), case of, 698
Alexandria (Va.), Union troops occupy, 89-91, 263-64
Allatoona, battle of, 898-902
Alleman, Tillie, describes battle of Gettysburg, 634-35, 638-39, 642-43, 647, 665
“All quiet on the Potomac,” origin of, 182
Allstadt, J. H., John Brown’s hostage, 30
Amelia C. H. (Va.), concentration at, 1027
American Union Commission, appeal to, for Charleston needy, 998-99
Ammen, Daniel, in Port Royal expedition, 162-63; in attack on Fort Sumter, 449
Ammen, Jacob, at Shiloh, 228
Amnesty Proclamation, 719-20
Anderson, Colonel, at Arkansas Post, 741-44
Anderson, George B., instructions from Lee, 308; at Malvern Hill, 319-20
Anderson, Joseph B., interview with Lincoln, 1022
Anderson, Richard H., at Wilderness, 799; at Cold Harbor, 811-12
Anderson, Robert, takes command at Charleston, 10-12; instructions from Floyd, 13-14; garrisons Sumter, 1720; foresees evacuation of Sumter, 48; refuses demand for surrender, 51-52; defends Sumter, 54-55; surrenders, 58-60; commands in Kentucky, 121; on effect of Fremont’s proclamation, 153; troops for, 162; raises flag at Sumter, 1043-44
Anderson, Samuel R., in Cheat Mt. campaign, 130
Andrew, John A., tenders troops, 65; visits Washington, 207; and Gordon case, 378
Andrews, G. L., at Wilson’s Creek, 147
Andrews, John J., on locomotive chase, 238-45
Antietam, battle of, 364-72
Apathy, in South, 205-06
Appomattox C. H. (Va.), battle at, 103335; surrender at, 1035-40
Aquia Creek (Va.), Lincoln visits, 42425
Arkansas, reconstruction in, 950
Arms, smuggling of, 176-77
Armstrong, Frank C., before Atlanta, 879
Arnold, Isaac N., protests suppression of Chicago Times, 559
Arnold, Matthew, on Trent affair, 171
Arnold, Richard, at Pleasant Hill, 76970
Astor, J. J., reports capture of Yorktown, 274
Athens (Mo.),skirmish at, 151
Atlanta (Ga.), Sherman’s objective, 784; campaign for, first phase, 816-22; campaign for, second phase, 851-59; fall of, 878-83; evacuated, 886-89; campaign casualties, 889; burning of, 928-30
Atlantic Monthly, publishes “Battle Hymn,” 208; reviews year 1863, 721
Augusta (Ga.), bread riot, 528
Averell, William W., at Savage’s Station, 316-17
Averysboro (N. C.), Sherman takes, 1007
Ayres, Romeyn B., at Five Forks, 1014
Bache, George M., in Red River campaign, 772
Bache, Hartmann, visits Butler, 889-90
Bachman, A. F., killed, 371

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • 1863 - Continued ix
  • Chapter 23 - Mississippi High Jinks- Vicksburg 563
  • Chapter 24 - Seesaw- Vicksbrg and Gettysburg 599
  • Chapter 25 - Fateful July 633
  • Chapter 26 - The Rock of Chickamauga 669
  • Chapter 27 - "The Year of the Proclamation" 703
  • Chapter 28 - The Depths of Suffering 722
  • 1864 751
  • Chapter 29 - "A Hideous Failure" 753
  • Chapter 30 - "Cries Arose of Grant!" 780
  • Chapter 31 - "Bold Offensive" 813
  • Chapter 32 - From Cherbourg Harbor to Peach Tree Creek 839
  • Chapter 33 - "War Is War" 868
  • Chapter 34 - The Best of Freedom 898
  • Chapter 35 - While All Georgia Howled 924
  • Chapter 36 - A Gift for Mr. Lincoln 949
  • 1865 971
  • Chapter 37 - A King’s Cure for All Evils 973
  • Chapter 38 - The Hard Hand of War 991
  • Chapter 39 - "An Affectionate Farewell" 1012
  • Chapter 40 - "Where I Left Off" 1043
  • Notes 1052
  • Index 1067
  • About the Authors 1098
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