First with the Most Forrest

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INDEX
Abbeville, Miss., 310, 330, 343
Abbeville, S. C., 437
Aberdeen, Miss., 224-225
Acworth, Ga., 284
Adams, Dan W., 422, 428, 429, 431
Adams, John, 400
Adams, Wirt, 80, 311, 345, 422, 428, 433
Advance and Retreat, John B. Hood, 395
Agnew, Dr., 295
Akron, Ala., 458
Alabama Great Southern Railroad, 458
Alabama River, 434, 435
Alabama Union Cavalry, 147
Alcorn, James L., 40, 41, 104
Alfaretta, the, 154
Allin, Philip T., 347
Alpine, Ala., 177, 179, 180
Altamont, Tenn., 97
Anderson, Charles W., becomes Forrest's assistant adjutant and inspector general, 104; Forrest confides misgivings about Dover to, 124; Forrest's dispatch to Polk, Sept. 21, 1863, 191; writes to Burford, 197; mentioned, 252; at Fort Pillow, 253, 254, 256; mentioned, 283, 292; Harrisburg, 317, 323; Memphis battle, 340; Middle Tennessee, 352; with Forrest at Rienzi, 423; surrender of South, 437, 438; quoted on Forrest's last illness, 460
Anderson, Patton, 131
Anderson, Ransom, 265
Anderson, Robert, 37, 40
Andrews, Garnett, Jr., 452
Anna, the, 372-373
Anniston (Blue Mountain), Ala., 370
Appomattox, 434, 435
Armstrong, Frank C., Middle Tennessee, 132, 137; Rome, Ga., 156; reorganization of command, 161; Shelbyville, Tenn., 165; at LaFayette, Ga., 178; at Chickamauga, 183, 187; pursuit of Confederates, 191; joins Wheeler, 196, 197, 201; Spring Hill, 390; Nashville, 405, 411; assigned Chalmers, 422; Selma, Ala., 427, 430, 431, 432
Army of Northern Virginia, 47, 180-181, 349
Army of Tennessee, surrender, 47; first West Tennessee, campaign, 107, 122; retreat, 164-168; march toward Rome,
Army of Tennessee—Cont. 176; Chickamauga, 189, 190, 193; dislike of Bragg, 193; Wheeler assigned to cavalry, 197; visited by Jefferson Davis, 200; Forrest leaves, 201, 203; Forrest uses absentees and deserters from, 207, 279; Johnston becomes commander, 212; in northern Georgia, 240, 276, 281; commanded by Hood, 329; Wheeler's cavalry detached, 347; recalled, 332; supply line, 370; Forrest joins, 379, 382; Nov. 1863-Nov. 1864, 382; Hood's Tennessee campaign, 382-417; Spring Hill, 389-396; Franklin, 396-400; Nashville, 401-412; pursuit by Confederates, 412- 417
Army of the Cumberland, 172, 181, 355
"Arp, Bill," seeSmith, Charles H.
Asheville, N. C., 445
Astor House, 454
Athens, Ala., 353-355, 360, 361, 421
Athens, Tenn., 195
Atlanta, Ga., 347, 365, 370, 382, 394
Aurora, the, 364
Bacot, W. C., 98, 100
Bailey's Ferry, Tenn., 49
Bainbridge (Crossing), Ala., 379, 414, 416
Baird, 184, 186
Baker, John, 153
Baldwyn, Miss., 284, 286-288
Baltimore Sun, 20
Bangs, Eli A., 266
Banks, N. P., 244-249, 274
Bardstown, Ky., 100, 319
Barrow, Sen., 64
Barteau, C. R., 214, 224, 228, 254, 256, 265, 291, 293, 354
Bate, William B., 390, 391-392, 393, 400, 402, 403, 404, 405, 409
Batesville, Miss., seePanola
Baton Rouge, 421
Baxter, Nat, 118, 195
Bayou Gayoso, Tenn., 371
Beard, Dan, 113
Beauregard, Pierre G. T., 29, 50, 70, 75-81, 82, 379, 383, 420
Bedford County, Tenn., 22
Beech Creek, 109
Bell, Tyree H., West Tennessee, 205, 208, 209, 210-211; commands brigade, 214;

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