The Art of Command in the Civil War

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Index
Adams, Capt., 61
African Americans, 87, 93, 145, 149
American Revolution, 2
Amyett, Amos. See Armyett, Amos
Anderson, John B., 89, 91, 95, 101
Andersonville GA, 50, 66, 67
Appomattox: memorial at, 1, 2, 14 n. 1
Armyett, Amos, 56, 61, 63
Army of Kentucky, 96
Army of Northern Virginia, 51, 145, 157. 158, 182 n. 81; and Grant's campaign maneuvers, 137, 139, 140, 142
Army of the Cumberland, 87-89, 90, 102, 104, 150; engineering department of, 85, 105-6, 109; and Nashville, 95-96, and the Tullahoma campaign, 157, 160-62, 163, 165, 168, 170, 171, 174, 180 n. 32, 182 n. 75
Army of the James, 141, 142, 147, 148
Army of the Mississippi, 8, 86, 87, 90, 98
Army of the Ohio. See Army of the Cumberland
Army of the Potomac, 96, 124, 138, 141, 150, 157; and engineering operations, 90, 109; fighting quality of, 144-41; and Grant's campaign maneuvers, 139, 141, 143, 144-45, 148, 151; Lee viewed by, 172, 181 n. 64
Army of the Tennessee, 8, 12, 13, 159, 179, cavalry of, 161, 164, 168-69, 171, 172, 179 n. 14; discontent in, 159-60; engineering operations in, 102, 109; Kentucky influence in, 177, 182 n. 81; senior officer corps in, 176; and the Tullahoma campaign, xii, xiii, 158-59, 160-63, 164-66, 167, 168, 170, 174, 175, 180 n. 32.
Ashby, Col. Turner, 125, 126, 132-33, 136 n. 30
Atlanta GA, 13, 86, 106, 107, 139, 151
Baer, Aaron, 62
Baker, Col., 64, 72
balloons, 109
Banks, Maj. Gen. Nathaniel P., 128, 129-30, 138; and Grant's campaign maneuvers, 141, 142-143, 154 n. 12; Lincoln's plans for, 139, 140, 143, 152-53, n. 4; viewed by Halleck, 142, 143
Barton, Gen. S.M., 58
Bate, Gen. William B., 161-62
Battle, William H., 73
Beauregard, P.G.T., 3, 5, 12
Belle Memphis, 35, 37
Belmont, Battle of, xi, 48 n. 69 n. 77, 49 n. 86 n. 87; and Grant's intelligence operations, xi, 17-18, 19-33, 39- 43, 47 n. 58; Grant's justification of, 35-43, 48 n. 77
Benjamin, Judah, 7, 8
Beringer, Richard E., 14 n. 2

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