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Index.



Greek fire at Charleston. S. C. .

Guns captured on Morris Island .
heavy fire of, on Fort Wagner
on Fort Sumter and their fire
on Morris Island
Riried Parrott, on Morris Island
" Swamp Angel," first fired

description of



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113. ^33
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■49
•45
142



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H, Company, mustered into United -States service

recruited
Half-.Moon battery, engagement
Half- Way House, covering retreat at .
Harding, Sergt. William J., biography of
Hauling cannon on the beach ( III.) .
Hawley, Gen. J. R.. at l)attle of Olustee
Deep Bottom .
commands brigade on xMorris Island
Hay den, Corp. J. W., biography of

Sergt. D. W., biography of .
Head, Adjt. Gen. Natt, visit from
Headquarters of General Butler ( III.)
at Hilton Head ( III.) .
Seventh X. H. Veteran Association at Weirs .
Henderson, Lieut. Col. Thomas A., biography of

killed at Deep Bottom .
report of June 16, Ware
Bottom Church
Hilton Head, five companies at .
leave, for Virginia .
ordered to . . . . . .100,

regiment at .
Honoraljle mention for gallantry . . . . 256,319,

Horsfall, Capt. J. H.. Ijiography of
House, Capt. Jerome B., biography of
Hung for murder ....

Hunter, Maj. Gen. David, commands Department of the South
expedition to Charleston

I, Comi)any, mustered into Ignited States service .

recruited . . . . . . ' .



7
6

. 402

64, 5-6

184
308, 221

. 292

■ 174

218,555

218, 556

384, 35^

261

^37
565
467

293





274




452




^37


235-


450


55-


100


385-


420




48 1


80,


495




303


352, 87




93




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Important factors in the War of 1861 to 1865 ( III.)
Important part of a soldier's kit ( III.)
Incidents at the battle of Laurel Hill .

the battle of Olustee

Uarbytown Road

Drury^s Bluff .
on Morris Island in the trenches
" Ironsides," attempt to destroy the
Ironsides and monitors ( III.) .

Jackson, Sergeant, and Captain Leavitt
Jacksonville, Col. A. F. Stevens at

on the St. John's River, Fla. ( III.)

regiment lands at .

leave for Hilton Head
stationed at

re-enlistment at . . .

James, Army of the, formation of
James River, ordered to the north side of the
Jenkin's Island, on picket at . . .

Joking with a cook .....
Journey home of three years' men

K, Company, mustered into United States service

recruited
Key West, regiment at
Keys, different, at Fort Jefferson
King's Road, Fla., regiment at .
Knowlton, Capt. William C, biographv of

Lane, Lieut. A. J., biography of
Laurel Hill, Va., battle of .

deserters shot at

incidents at

official report at

pickets attacked at

regiment at

leaves

spy at battle of

Thanksgiving at

winter quarters at
Lawrence, Capt. Charles A., biography of



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228


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328




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165




188




188




83




230




230




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235




229




230




239




306




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336




348




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5




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229




498




520




309




343


313


316




319




340


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331


353




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339


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335


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Lawrence, Capt. Orlando, biography of
Leavitt, Captain, arrests two deserters

and Sergeant Jackson
Lee's surrender, news of .
" Left Wing" lose their carbines
Lempster Hill, battle of, near Chester Station
Light Battery ( III.) ....

Lighthouse, Anastasia Island, Fla., ( III.) .
Lincoln, President, at the front .
Lincoln, President ( III.) ....
assassination, news of .
Little, Lieut. Henry F. W., biography of .
Loss of brigade commanders at Fort Fisher

Fort Wagner
officers at Fort Wagner .
regiment at assault on Fort Wagner
battle of Olustee .
Ware Bottom Church (June
up to September i, 1862 .
Losses, killed or mortally wounded (See Roster^
died in prison or of disease {Sec Roster)
Lovering, Charles H., wounded at Drury's Bluff

Marching in Florida .....
Marsh Battery, (" .Swamp Angel") Gen. Gillmore
Marsh Battery ( III.) ....

Lieutenant .Spaulding"s account of
materials required to build
shelling Charleston from
Mason, Capt. G. P., biography of

William .....

Medals of Honor, Gillmore

United States
Mention, honorable, by General Butler
Merrill, Otis A., biography of .
Mitchel, Gen. O. M., died
Monitor "Weehawken" (III.)
Mound Battery ( III.) ....
Morris Island, S. C, attack on

batteries established on

open on Charleston



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orders it built





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93




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326




423


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522




392




126


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127




124




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270




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448


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454


320,


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319


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562


352,


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107






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Index.



XV







PAGE.


Morris Island, S. C, batteries open on Fort Sumter




151


Fort Wagner .




116


renamed




189


bomb-proof on (III.)




166


brigade reorganized . . . .




194


calcium light on .




153


Confederate sharpshooters captured on .




152


report of the defense of .




106


Colonel Keitt (Con.) commanding




177


dead bodies on .




169


deserter shot on .




202


duties on .


13


I, 149


evacuated .....


15


9, 180


General Gillmore on .




117


General Seymour commands on .




117


guns captured on ...




176


on .... .


14


9, 150


incidents at the front .




165


lookout on .




112


map of siege operations on ( III.)




180


rations on .




198


regiment ordered to St. Helena Island




205


sharpshooters on ...




162


sickness on ....




156


siege batteries on . . .




150


substitutes received on




193


torpedoes on ... .


15


2, 156


torpedoes on (III.) .




160


trading on .




196


water on .... .




132


Mosquito (Requa) batteries described ....




. 168


Muskets of the Fortieth Massachusetts




. 217


Mustered out, troops ordered to be .




• 425


Naval bombardment of Fort Sumter ....




. 116


Necessities ( III.) .......




. 215


Negro Hut ( III.)




• 341


" New Ironsides." attempt to destroy




. 188


and Monitor ( III.)




. 188


New Market Road, battle of .... •




• 306


New York, ordej-ed from ......


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Index.



New York, (inlercd to

at Fort Kichniond

White Street barracks
liarbor, stationed in .
News from General Sherman
Non-commissioned officers' clievrons ( III.)

stalT aiipointed
North East Ferry, N. C, tired on in tlie dark at .

last shot of the war tired at
last skirmish at
ordered into camp at
Union prisoners exchanged at
"North Star,'' steamer ( III. ) ....

Odd Characters .......

Officers, greatest loss of, any regiment in the war

term of service ended ....

wounded at Driiiy"s Ijluff

"Old Glory" ( III.)

Olustee, battle of

comments ......

Hawley, General, at ... .

loss at .

retreat from ......

wrong orders gi\'en at .
Ord, General, conmiands Twenty-fourth Army Corps
Organization of regiment .....
Original members of regiment discharged

I'aitl otf

Parrott rifled guns on Morris Island
I'ayne, Captain, Union scout ca]jtured
I'etersburg, Arm}- of Potomac at ...

artillerv duels at ... .

eartl) works at ( 111. ) . . .

e.x'press ......

Gillmore's expedition to

picket lines at .

regiment ordered to .
fr(.)m

under constant tire at . . .



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414
411
412
415
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437
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225
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148
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Picket duty at St. Augustine
Picket line attacked at Laurel Hill
at Beaufort Ferry
Bermuda Hundred .
Petersburg ....

fighting on the, Bermuda Hundred
firing on the, at Sanderson's
on Morris Island
trading on the . ".
Pickett's ( Con.) division, fighting
Pitkin Station, in camp at .
Pontoon Bridge at Jones's Landing ( III.) .
Post Commanders in Department of the South
Potomac, Army of the, at Petersburg .
Poultry at St. Augustine ....

Presidential election of 1864

Prisoners (Union) taken at St. Augustine .

exchanged at North East Ferry
Prison, escape from, report of, by Sergeant Bowles
Prison life, report of, by Sergeant Farrand .
J. R. Sherwin
S. D. Smith .
Sergt. \V. J. Spalding
Promotions ..... 48, 60, 81, 154, 191, 330, 351

404, 405, 420, 425, 428
Putnam, Col. Haldimand S., . . . . . . . 8

assumes command of regiment . . g

biography of (^Fro7itispiece^ . . 460

commands a brigade . . 94, 104, 117

in Charleston (Hunter's) expedition 93, 450
killed on Fort Wagner . 124, 171, 172
on the " S. R. Mallory" ... 28
Fort Wagner . . . .124



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268

304
290

82
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80

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92

415
442

535
528

559



Raleigh, regiment ordered to
Rations, Army
Recommended for gallantry
Reconnoissance on Darbytown Road

to Richmond
Recruiting for the army stopped



official report



. 429
16. 24, 198, 288

• 320

• 322

• 324
• Zo-j, 308

• 425



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Index.



Kecriiits uf I 862 ......

Rcruc;ccs at St. Aumi.stinc ....

Re-cnli.sting at Jacksonville

Re-cnli.stcd men return ....

Ivc^inient aiilliorizecl .....

at home in New Hamijshire
romplimentecl on the field
fired its last shot in the war
formed a part, other organizations
on the way home
out of the ser\ ice
stationed in ilifferent places .
Regimental colors ( III.) ....

Reports, official, of engagements :

assault on Fort Fisher (Terry's report)
Deep Bottom ....

Drury's BluiT ....

Laurel Hill

Xew Market Road

l'etersl)urg (Gillmore's expedition)

Reconnoissance on Darbytown Road

to Richmond .
Ware Bottom Church. June 16
Requa 1 lattery, descri]ition of .
Rec|ua Battery ( 111. ) . . . .

Review at Camp Hale ....

of Tenth Army Corps
Richmond, licfore. Sec licyniudij J f/nn/rccf a/nf /.auit

news of the fall of
Richmond ^: Petersburg railroad destroyed.
Roberts, Capt. CreiM-ge, biography of .
Robie, Lieut. (leorge F.. biogiaphy of
Rollins, Col. .Augustus \V., biogi'a|)h\' of

official report at Laurel Hill
Roster of regimeqt. J'o/Ii>-,l's fxii^r



'.Sanderson's, the regiment at
Sanitary Commission .
•'.Saps"' delayed by dead bodies
Schooners trading at St. Augustine
Seoul, the. Captain I'ayne. captured



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P.A.GE.

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77

■ =30

■ ::57
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• 43'

• 247

• 414

• 433

■ A^9

■ 43^
433

Frontispiece

■ 377

■ ^95

• ^54
. 318

• 318
. 266

• 3^4
. 318

- ^74
. 1 68
. 168
1 1 . 19

. 241



• 423
243. 269
152, 508



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3'8
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220

337

169

88

148



Index.



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Seabrook Island, on picket at .

Serrell, Colonel, of the First N. Y. Vokniteer En

Seventh New Hampshire Veteran Association

Seymour, General, at Fort Wagner and Olustee

"Shaker" (Herman Maynard) at Olustee

Sharpshooters on Morris Island .

Sherman, General, news from

Sherwin, John R., biography of .

Shotted salute at Petersburg

Shoulder straps ( III.)

Sickness in the regiment

Siege of Fort Wagner

Simonds, Samuel A., biography of

Singing school at St. Augustine .

Sixth Army Corps at Bermuda Hundred

Small-pox in the regiment .

Smith, Major Daniel, biography of
Stephen D., biography of

Smithville, regiment ordered to .

Sons of New Hampshire give a banquet in New \

Soldier hung for murder

Spalding, Lieut. William F., biography of
Sergt. Winslow J., biography of

Spencer carbine ....

carbines (III.)

Springfield rifles ....

rifles (III.)

Spy, rebel, at the battle of Laurel Hill

'• S. R. Mallory," voyage on the

arrives at Fort Jeflerson

St. Augustine, Fla., ancient gateway (III
cathedral ( III.)
description of
Fort Marion, description of
Fort Marion ( III.)
fresh beef, fish, and oy
refugees and deserters at
regiment ordered to

leave
streets ( III.)

St. Helena Island, regiment ordered to



sters



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• 132

• 565



368, 1 1



15. 29



ork .

oS, 216,
08, 216,



at



7, 218, 221
. 228
152, 162

• 352
. 528

• 304
192

59, 60, 156

130, 176

256, 564

88

. 272

36, 38, 39

• 471
96, 531

■ 425
26

• 303
80,515

224, 559

5, 304, 424

• 305
35, 304, 424

305

3^3

28

34

75
68
68

75
76, 88

72, 79
77
64
96

91

205



71



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) desc



ription of



95. -278. 2S3



St. John's RivLT. .u'oin^ up tliL-

Stevens, Camp, at IJeaufort Ferry

Substitutes ....

Sutlers of the regiment

Swain, of Company D

••Swamp Angel" (Sir JZ/rrs// luittciy

at Trenton. X. J.
Sword of Lieutenant Worcester .
-Svmonds. Joseph E., Ijiography of



Tent, ••A" ( III.)

shelter ( III. ) .
wall (III.)
Tenth Army Corps, eommanders in the

commanders of 82. 87
discontinued
formed
reorganized .
revived
review of the

Terry. Gen. A. H., compliments the regiment on the

commands Fort Fisher expedition

Thanksgiving in the army .

Three years" men go home .

Torpedo on Morris Island ( III.)

Torpedoes in front of Fort Wagner

Trading on Morris Island .

the picket line .

Turkey Inizzard (III.) ...

Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Army Corp;

"Tycoon" arrives at Fort Jefferson

death on the

small-po.x on the

voyage of the .

Uniforms of officers and men

United States medals of honor ( III.)

\'eteran.s' Association. Nev>- Hampshire

re-enlistment
\'irginia, regiment ordered to
spring water









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148
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PAGE.

Voyage of the "S. R. Mallory'^ 28

" Tycoon'" ........ 34

to Vii-ginia . . . • ■ • • • 237. 335

Wabash, yard-arms manned on frigate ..... 453

Ware Bottom Church, engagement at . . . . . 267, 274

regiment at ..... • 242

Water used in the army 33- 43- '32, 243

"Weehawken" (monitor) sunk . . . . • . 186, 199

" Weehawken," the (III.) 1S6

Whipple, Captain Paul, biography of . . . . . 256, 506

Williams, Lieutenant Samuel, biography of ... 80, 509

Wilmington, N. C, advance commenced toward . 409

capture of . . . . ■ . .410

Chief Justice Chase visits .... 424

colored people rejoice in . . . -413

dress parade and church again at . .419

General Sherman at . . . . ■ 423

ordered from ...... 425

property destro3-ed at . . -411

relieve the Twenty-third Army Corps at . 418
return to . . . • • ■ -417

Secretary of Navy Wells visits . . .425

Thirteenth Army Corps passes through . 420

Winter quarters at Laurel Hill ...... 326, 335

Worcester. Lieut. John H., biography of .... 208, 510

sword returned . . • -455






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