Inside Lincoln's White House: The Complete Civil War Diary of John Hay

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INDEX
The following abbreviations are used throughout the index:AL Abraham LincolnJH John Hay
Abbott, Joseph C., 152
abolitionists, 12-13
Adams, Henry, xvii
Addison, Meade, 6
Agnew, Daniel, 369n. 3
Alabama, CSS, 42, 60, 76
Albert, Prince, 26
Albrecht, Claire, 110
Alcott, Louisa M., on Dorothea Dix, 271n. 11
Alexander, Lt. Col., 63, 305n. 75
Allen, James C., 121, 209
Allen, Robert, 240
Alley, Capt., 167
Alsop, William, 153-54, 157, 162, 172, 339n. 59
American Indians, 14, 34; and AL, 14
Ames, Adelbert, 169
Ames, Horatio, and AL, 99, 320-21n. 223
Ames, Mrs., 109, 110
Ames, William, 147
Ammen, Daniel, 54, 55, 99, 105, 146
Amnesty Proclamation, 126, 133, 160-61, 264, 266; and M. Blair, 233
Anacostia, USS, 7
Anderson, Larz, 201, 203
Anderson, Mrs., 52
Anderson, Ned, 201
Anderson, Nicholas L., 201
Anderson, Robert, JH on, 21
Andrew, John A., and black troops, 367n. 307
Andrews, Rufus, 78, 92, 362n. 255
Andrews, Timothy P., 95
Angell, Hannah, on JH, xiv
Annapolis, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 16, 26, 27
Arago, USS, 53, 59, 60, 149, 171
Arkansas: congressional delegation from, 68-69, 197; reconstruction in, 265
Arkansas, CSS, 77
Army of the Potomac, and AL, 76, 303n. 67
Arnold, Isaac N., 124; on Kentucky, 125
Ashley, James M., 194, 197; on Frémont movement ( 1864), 194-95; and AL, 331n. 329; on AL, 199; reconstruction bill of, 253, 254
Ashmun, George, 211; on S. P. Chase's resignation, 213; and AL, 216
Aspinwall, William H., 103
assassination: M. Lincoln's fears of, 2-3; threats of, 2, 195
Aston Buruaga, F. S., 239
Atlantic, USS, 149
Atlantic Monthly, 15
Augur, Christopher C., 126
Aulick, Richmond, 70-251
Babcock, Orville E., 190, 251
Badeau, Adam, 251
Bailey, Theodorus, 177
Baker, Edward D., 196; death of, 27; and AL, 27, 284-85n. 102
Ball's Bluff, battle of, 27, 29
Baltic, USS, 8
Baltimore:1864 convention in, 199, 200; AL and citizens from, 5, 6, 247n. 25; riots in, 2, 4, 5
Baltimore, USS, 69, 190, 351n. 190, 357n. 224
Bancroft, George, 34
banking system, AL on, 133
Banks, Nathaniel P., 27, 35, 39, 52, 63, 116, 146, 176, 184, 236, 239; on Ashley's reconstruction bill, 253, 254; JH on, 39; and AL, 70, 129-32; on Louisiana affairs, 70, 131; on New Orleans, 236; D. D. Porter on, 250; on proclamations, 39; and Red River campaign, 194; on R. B. Taney, 241
Banks, Mrs. Nathaniel P., 236, 239

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Editors' Introduction xi
  • 1 - 1861 1
  • 2 - 1862 35
  • 3 - 1863 42
  • 4 - 1864 137
  • Appendix 257
  • Notes 267
  • Index 371
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