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of counteracting, 3 : 491, 540.

Sassacus, The, XT iron-clad, cuts, 4 :
631-2 ; off N. C. coast, 4 : 634.

, Article, 4 : 628-33.

Satellite, The, XT gun-boat, 2 : 270.

Saugus, The, XT monitor,! : 788 ; 4 : 705.

Saunders, E. D., XT lieut., 3 : 466.

, Vf. B. H., C capt., 3 : 488.

Savage's Station, Va., 2 : 182, 210, 212,
217 ; cut, 2 : 372 ; battle (June 29th,
1862), 2 : 371-6 ; cuts, 2 : 370, 387.

, Map, 2 : 874.

Savannah, Oa., defenses, 4 : 666, 669 ;
siege (Dec, 1864), 4 : 669, 680; evac.
(Dec. 20th, 1864), 4 : 666, 669. 680-1 ; XT
occupation, 4 : 255, 666, 672.

to Raleigh, campaign, possibil-
ity of C defense, 4 : 700-1 ; XT forag-
ing, 4 : 672-5 ; organization, 4 : 754,
note; opposing forces, 4 : 696-700.

, Article, 4 : 681.

, Map, 4 : 676.

" Republican," quoted, 2 : 11-12.

River, 2 : 12.

. Tenn., ! : 466-7, 490-1, 576; cut,

! :4go.

Savannah, The, C privateer, ! : 630.

Sawtelle, Cbas. G., XT b'v't brig.-gen.,
2:642.

Sawyer, Fi'anklin, b'v't brig.-gen.,
lIeut.-col. 8th Ohio, quoted, 2 : 310 ;

3 :392.

Saxon, The, XT vessel, 3 : 687.
Saxton, Rufus, XT b'v't mt^J.-gen., at

Harper's Ferry, 2 : 289.
Scales, Alfred M., C brig.-gen., w, 3:

424 : Gettysburg, 3 : 282, 365, 370.



Scales, Dabney M., C midship., 8 : 973.

Scammou, Eliakim Parker, XT brig.-
gen., col. com'ds brigade in W. Va.»
! : 145; 2 : 280-1 ; 2d Bull Run, 2 :
683; South Mt., 2 : 661, 563, 679, 663,
686-7 ; Antietam, 2 : 632, 662, 654-6.

Schaefer, Fred'k, XT ool. 2d Mo., 1 :
317, 319; 8 : 620, G28; k, 3 : C28.

Sohaeffer, F. B., capt. Kational Rifles*
! : 11-13, 16-16.

Scharf, J. T., quoted, ! : 632, n2.

Scbeuck, Robt. C, XT m^J.-gen., por't,

2 : 491 ; w, 2 : 487 ; before Washing-
ton, ! : 174; 1st Bull Rmi, ! : 175, 188 ;
in W. Va., ! : 148 ; 2 : 280, in Sheniui-
doab, 2 : 285-6; 2d Bull Run, 2 : 487,
627; commanding middle dept., 8:
269; quoted, 2 : 280. Article, "The
Battle of McDoweU," 2 : 298.

Schimmelfennig, Alex., XT brig.-gen.,

8 : 191, 200, 278, 281.
Schlnuer, Lewis, XT lieut.-col., chief

of art'y, 3 : 196, 199, 200.
Schleich, Newton, XT brig.-gen.. !: 130.
Schoepf,Albin,XT brig.-gen., in K. Ky.,

! : 383, 386-7 ; 8:7-8. 52, 57-8, 61.
Schofleld, Geo. W., XT b'v't brig.-gen.,

chief -of-8ta(r, 3 : 196.
, John M., XT mi^.-gen., 4 : 310 ;

por't, ! : 293; at West Point, 4:

253 ; mi^., at Wilson's Creek, ! : 292 ;

brig.-gen., eom. in Mo., 3 : 446, 447 ;

in Ark., 3 : 447, 453, 468, 680 ; politics,

3 : 464; relieves Curtis, 3 : 454;
Atlanta cam., 4 : 252-3, 204, 296-7, 301,
303, 305-7. 309-11, 313-14, 319-21. 325,
332-4, 336-9, 341 ; in Tenn., 4 : 25*-6,
416,429,431; Franklin, 433. 435, 441-2,
444, 448, 460-1, 454. 465-6 ; Strength,

4 : 444 ; NashviUe, 4 : 457, 462-3,
469, 663 ; com'ds dept. and Army of
the Ohio, 4 : 298, 754 ; in N. C, 4 : 258,
687, 705, 754; quoted, 4 : 4C0, 467.

Schouler. Wm., quoted, 2 : 133.

Schreyer, Gustavus, XT lieut., ! : 29S.

Sohuckers, J. W., cited, 2 : 457.

Schultz, Fred'k, capt. Ist Ohio art'y,
3 : 621, 622.

Schurz, Carl, XT m}0''f?^n«* 8 : 120 ;
por't, 3 : 197 ; 2d Bull Run, 2 : 474 ;
ChancellorsviUe, 3 : 191, 195, 196,
198, 200, 209 ; com'ds Eleventh
Corps at Gettysburg, 3 : 219-20, 278,
281, 287, 288 ; on surrender of John-
ston, 4 : 766 ; quoted, 3 : 193, 199.

Sciota, The, XT gun-bout, at N. O., 2 :
46; sunk at Mobile, 4 : 412.

Scott, John, capt. Va. militia, ! : 115.

, John S., C col. Ist La. cav., 8 :

4-7 9.

'-, Rob't N., XT col., capt, 2 : 544 ;

editor of Oflicial Records of XT and
C armies, ! : 39, note.

, Thos. A., XT ass't scc'y of war,

! : 5 ; in Tenn., 2 : 718.

, Thos. M., C brig.-gen., 4 : 344.

, Winlleld, XT b'v't lieut.-gen.,

! : 5, 672; 2 : 113; por't, ! : 10;
character, ! : 16S ; 2 : 115 ; military
skill, ! : 198 ; kept in ignorance by
Floyd, ! : 38, note; summoned by
Buchanan for consultation, ! : 9,
167; his cheerful view, ! : 9 ; reply
to Twiggs, ! : 38, note; Waeh-
logton headquarters, cut, ! : 11 ;
orders concerning local secession-
ists, ! : 13 ; opposes regular officers
for vol. troops, ! :94; orders on
Bull Run, ! : 183; resigns, 2: 114;
quoted, ! :38; 2:114.



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Scott, W. C, coL 44th Va., 2 : 295.

Scribner, Boiv). F., XT b'v't brig.-gen.,
cut 38th Ind., 1 : 381 ; 3 : 615, 623,
624; at Chickamauga, 3 : 649.

Scurry, W. R., C brlg.-gen., col. in N.
M., 2 : 103 ; brlg.-gen., 3 : 587.

Seabird, Tbe,C vessel, 1 : 625, 646, note.

Sea King, The, see "Shenandoah."

Sears,Cyru8, 1' tilth Ohio bat*y, 2:735.

, C. W., C brlg.-gen., 4 : 436, 471.

Seaver, Joel J., TT b*v*t brig. -gen., col.
latU N. Y., 2 : 594.

Sebago, The, T7 gun-boat, 2 : 266 ; 4 :
409, 412.

Secession, general belief in South
that it would be peaceable, 1 : 74 ;
the right of, 4 : 231.

Secession ville, S. C, assault (June
16th, 1862), 4 : 21 ; losses, 4 : 21.

Secret Service, 2 : 114, 134, 658.

Seddon, James A., C sec*y of war, 1:6;
3 : 473 ; por't> 3 : 98 ; quoted, 3 : 265,
464-6.

, John, O mjvjor, 2 : 511.

Sedgwick, Chas. B., 1 : 748.

, John, TTmiO'-gen., por*t,4 : 92 ;

W,2: 644; k, 4:92, 134, 146, 165, 176,213,
242 ; character, 3 : 239 ; 4: 213; bead-
quarters near Washington, cut, 2 :
163 ; com^ds division on Peninsula,
2 : 173, 183, 205, note ; Malvern Hill,

2 : 185; Seven Fines, 2 : 246-6, 261 ;
Savage's Station, 2 : 371 ; Antietam,
2:628, 637, note, 641, 643-6, 078;
Chancellorsville campaign, 3 : 157,
161, 162, 165, 166, 170, 172, 173, 177, 203,
217, 221-3, 233 ; at Gettysburg, 3 : 313,
838; after Gettysburg, 8 : 379 ; 4 :
81 ; at Rappahannock redoubts, 4 :
84-6, 88; on Rapidan, 4: 89-91;
oom'dB Sixth Corps, 4 : 93 ; strength
of, 4 : 162; Wilderness, 4 : 121, 145,
153,164,156,168,241; Spotsylvania,
4 : 128, 163-5,175 ; quotod, 3 : 314, 412.

Seeley, Francis W., lieut. 4th U. S.
art'y, 3 : 304.

Seilheimer, Geo. O., ArHde, " Historic
Basis of Whittier's * Barbara
Frietchie,' " 2 : 618-19.

Selden, Henry Richard, IT ma^. 18th
U. S., capt. 5th U. S., 2 : 107, 690.

Selden, The, C vessel, 1 : 625.

SelfrIdge,Tho8.0.,Jr.,Unavalcapt.,4:
364, note; por*t,4: 656 ;com*r" Cairo,"
3 : 569; on Ark., 3 : 670; at Vieks-
burg, 3 : 569 ; oom*ds " Osage," 4 : 362 ;
Fort Fisher, 4 : 659. Articles, " The
Navy in the Red River," 4 : 362;
"The Navy at Fort Fisher,** 4 : 664.

Sellmer, Chas., U capt., lieut. nth
Me., at Charleston, 4 : 73.

Selma, Ala., 4 : 401, 759-60 ; action (Apr.
2d, 1865), 4 : 411, 760 ; strength and
losses, 4 : 760.

Selma, The, C gun-boat, at Mobile, 4 :
390-1, 394, 399, 401 ; c, 4 : 884, note,
392-3,403; cut, 4: 394.

Seminary Ridge (Gettysburg), 3 :
277-9, 283, 287, 293. 295, 296, 339, 342,
343, 349, 358, 362, 393.

Seminole, The, TT gun-boat, 1 : 679.

Semmes, O. J., C capt. art'y, 3 : 584.

, Paul J., C brig.-gen., por*t, 3 :

341 ; w. 3 : 327 ; k, 3 : 336; on Penin-
sula, 2 : 195 ; Seven Pines, 2 : 250 ;
Savage's Station, 2 : 375 ; Malvern
Hill, 2 : 393 ; Antietam campaign,
2: 592, 594, 596; Fredericksburg.

3 : 91 ; Gettysburg, 3 : 331-4, 836-7;
quoted, 2 : 596.

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Semmes, Raphael, O rear-adm., por*t,
4 : 602 ; capt, com'ds " Sumter," 4 :
695 ; " Alabama," 4 : 000-1, 603, 605,
610-13, 615, 619, 621 ; on James River,
4:707 ; app't'd brig.-gen. at Danville,
4 : 763, note ; quoted, 4 : 608, 618-19,
621, 623-4.

Seneca, The, TT gun-boat, 1 : 671, 674-5,
676, 678, 680, 683 ; cut, 1 : 676 ; 4 : 28, 33.

Seneca Creek, Md., 2 : 554-5.

Seneca, Md., 3 : 149, 271.

Seniority (promotion by), 1 : 622.

Sequatchie Valley, 3 : 40.

Serrell, Edw. W., b'v't brig.-gen.,
por't, 4 : 70 ; col. Ist N. Y. eng., at
Charleston, 4: 72,73.

Seven days' battles. The (June 25th-
July ist, 1862), 2 : 186, 423 ; Lee's
plans, 2 : 361, 386, 396, 399, 405;
losses, 2 : 187, 315, 817, 396, 404, 424,
433 ; strength, 2 : 186-7, 315, 317, 404 ;
spoils of C, 2 : 386, 395, 899; C mis-
haps, 2 : 408; topography. O igno-
rance of, 2 : 396 [see, also, Beaver
Dam Creek, Gaines's Mill, Sav-
age's Station, White Oak Swamp,
Frayser*s Farm, Malvern Hill].

,Jtfai>, 2:884.

Seven Pines, battle (May 31st-June 1st,
1862), 2 : 178, 208-14, 220, 224-6. 437;
outs, 2 : 216, 239, 246, 249, 261, 254, 267,
262-3; 2d day, 2 : 261-63; strength
and losses. 2 : 208, 216-20, 238-9, note,
247; O spoils, 2 : 215; disposition of
troops after, 2 : 820, note.

, Maps, 2 : 227, 240.

Seward, Wm. H., TT Seo'y of State, 1 •*
5, 100; 2 : 24; 3 : 239; por't, 2 : 141:
character, 2 : 116 ; diplomatic skill,
2:118 ; attacked, 4 : 756 ; quoted, 2 :
142.

Sewell Mt, W. Va., 1 : 14fr-7.

Sexton. Sam'l, TT surgeon, 2 : 672.

Seymour, Horatio, gov. N. Y., 1 : 6.

, Truman, TT b'v't miO*-^i>*» 1 =

49 ; iH>r't, 1 : 42 ; w, 4 : 60; capt.
1st V. S. art'y, 1 : 42 ; brig.-gen., at
Beaver Dftm, 2 : 325, 828, 830-2;
Fiayser's Farm, 2 : 307; Malvern
Hill, 2 : 418; South Mt., 2 : 669, 674;
Antietam, 2 : 636 ; Charleston, 4 : 59 ;
in Fla., 4 : 76-80 ; WUdemess, 4 :
166; c, 4 : 127, 162 ; quoted, 4 : 76.

Shackelford, Jas. M., TT brig.-gen.,
3 : 750; 4 : 416 ; por't, 4 : 476.

Shaler, Alex., TT bWt mi^.-gen., col.,

3 : 226, 227, 317, 370; 4 : 162; o, 4 :
127, 162.

Shamrock, The, TT gun-boat, 4 : 641.
Shanks, Wm. F. G., quoted, 3 : 654.
Sbarpsburg, Md., 2 : 560, 590, 615, 627,

630, 656, 657, 665-6, 686; 3 : 265 ; CUtS,

2 : 645, 565, 654, 665, 666.

, battle, see Antietam.

Sharp-shooters, tactics, 1 : 4ffl.

, O, cut, 2 : 202.

, U. S. 1st, at Hanover Court

House, 2 : 320 ; Malvern Hill, 2 :

415; Gettysburg, 3 : 352, 416.
Shaver, R. G., O col., 1 : 668.
Shaw, H. M., col. 8th N. C, 1 : 642,

note, 645.
, Robt. G., col. 64th Mass., por't,

4 : 58 ; k, 4 : 60.

, Wm. T., col. 14th Iowa, com'ds

brigade. Red River exped., 4 : 355.

Shawsheen, The, TT gun-boat, 4 : 706.

" Shebang,'* the, cut, 4 : 90.

Sheetz, G. F., capt. 7th Va. oav., 2 :
287-8.



Shelby, Job. O., C brig.-gen., coL
com'ds brigade in Ark., 3 : 446, 447,
458; 4 : 875; in Mo., 4 : 374-6;
strength, 4 : 374.

Shelby ville, Ky., 3 : 47.

, Tenn., 2 : 709; 3 : 475, 635-7.

Sheldon, Albert S., lieut. Ist N. Y.
art'y, w, 3 : 375.

, Lionel A., TT b'v't brig.-gen.,

lieut-coL 42d Ohio, 1 : 395 ; 3 :
464-5, 467-8.

, Ralph, C capt., 4 : 422, note.

Shell-gun, 1 : 730; cut, 1 : 681.

SheUs, subterranean, see Torpedoes.

Shenandoah, Army of the, 4 : 501.

, TT dept of tlie, 2 : 170.

Mt, 2 : 286, 298.

VaUey, topography, 4 : 500;

value to C for subsistence, 1 : 196 ;
4 : 103, 249 ; TT forces in, 1 : 255, note ;
1862 campaign, results, 2 : 310;
strength, 2 : 285, 289, 299-801 ; losses,

2 : 299-301 ; evac. by TT, 2 : 452 ; 1863
campaign, 3 : 268, 263, 266 ; 1864 cam-
paign, losses, 4 : 524, 681-2 ; TT dev-
astation, 4 : 600, 508, 512-13, 626.

1 ArtUUs, 2 : 278-302 ; 4 : 476-680.

, Map, 2 : 284.

Shenandoah, The, TT cruiser, 1 : 616.

, O cruiser, 1 : 630 ; 4 : 699, 626.

Shepherd, Oliver L., TT b'v't brlg.-
gen., 3 : 624, 688.

Shepherdstown, Va., 2 : 611, 626-7,
662, 681-2, 686-7, 693 ; 3 : 249, 267 ; cuts,
2:688,694.

Shepley, Geo. F., TT brig.-gen., mili-
tary gov. Va., 1 : 6; 4 : 727.

Sheridan, Michael V., TT capt, 4 : 711.

, Philip H., TT gen., por*ts, 4:

111, 192, 603, 736 ; character, 4 : 622,
624 ; anecdotes, 3 : 726; 4 : 191, 710,
713-14; capt.. Mo., 1 : 276; ooL 2d
Mich, cav., 2 : 723; Miss., 2 : 718,
721, 723 ; Ky., 3 : 47-8, 62-9 ; brlg.-gen..
Stone's River, 3 : 614, 620-3,627, 629 ;
after, 3 : 637 ; Chickamauga, 3 : 642,
649, 651, 664, 667-8, 663-6, 670; Chatta-
nooga, 8 : 688, 706-8, 721,724-6 ; m^.-
gen., com'ds cav. of Army of Poto-
mac, 4 : 100, 188 ; strength of forces,
4 : 162, 624, 681-2 ; on Rapidan, 4 :
146; Richmond raid, 4 : 116-17, 146,
166, 191, 212; Hawes's Shop, 4 : 138,
147 ; Todd's Tavern, 4 : 164 ; Cold
Harbor, 4 : 138, 147, 193, 214-16, 222,
229 ; Trevillan raid, 4 : 148, 283-9, 403,
note; Petersburg, 1864, 4 : 576, 678;
in Shenandoah, 4 : 236, 249, 601, 506,
600-10, 513-14, 522, 524; plans, 4:
601-2, 604, 506, 610; orders to, 4 : 514 ;
arrival at Cedar Creek, 4 : 519;
Petersburg, 1865, 4 : 250, 621, 579, 708-
11, 716, 718 ; Five Forks, 4 : 269, 712-
13, 723; in pursuit of Lee, 4 : 719-22,
730, 734 ; Appomattox, 4 : 742, 746 ;
quoted, 4 : 234-^5, 515, note, 524, 7U,
713, 723-4 ; his " Personal Memoirs '*
quoted, 4 : 519, note, 709, note.

Sherman, Thomas W., TT b'v't mtv).-
gen., por't, 1 : 672; com'ds army,
Port Royal exped., 1 : 673; com'ds
dept. of South, 4 : 13, note ; in La.,

3 : 687; Port Hudson, 3 : 593-4;
quoted, 1 : 687.

, Wm. Teoumseh, TT gen.,por't8,

4 : 109, 256, 665, 682; w, 1 :474;
character, 1 : 519 ; 3 : 638, 712 ; 4 :
260 ; Grant's opinion of, 1 : 469 ;
criticised by Hood, 4 : 337-8; an-
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note, 671; at West Pointy 2:624;
prediction as to number of troops
needed, 4 : 294 ; in Mo., 1 : 266 ;
at ist BuU Run, 1 : 176, 186-^, 209,
216; brig.-gen., in Ky., 1 : 380-1 ; re-
lieved, 1: 386 ; at Cairo, 1 : 438, note ;
1>efore Shiloh, 1 : 490, 637, 676 ; Shilob,
1 : 469, 472-4, 477-90, 601, 616-19, 628-
26, 636 ; delegated powers, 1 : 491 ;

■ not prepared for attack, 1 : 499-600,
668; in N. Miss., 2 : 718, 731, 766 ; in
E. Tenn., 8 : 34 ; com'ds Fifteenth
Corps, 3 : 451 ; Chickasaw, 3 : 466,
469, 476, 484-5 ; Vicksburg campaign,
8 : 451-2, 462, 482, 496, 601-9, 613, 516,
617-19, 626, 636, 660, 663-4; COm'ds
Army of tbe Tenn., 3 : 686 ; Chatta-
nooga campaign, 3 : 680-1, 684, 691,
696-7, 699, 701-2, 704-6, 708-9, 714-17,
720-4; at KnoxviUe, 3 : 711, 760;
oom'ds division of the Miss., 4 : 98,
101, 103-4, 107, 110 ; aids Banks, 4 :
847 ; in W. Miss., 4 : 247, note ; plans,
4 : 416 ; com'ds Western army, 4 :
247, 293 ; Grant's orders to, 4 : 248,
260, 261 ; Atlanta campaign, 4 : 117,
267, 303, 306-6, 310-11, 319-21, 326, 336,
841, 343; plans, 4 : 254, 279, 294, 299,
802, 307, 309, 319, 322, 326-6, 341-2, 419 ;
Kenesaw Mt., 4 : 272 ; after Atlanta,
plans, 4 : 440, 443, 700 ; " march to
the sea,'' 4:428, 667, 669, 680; pur-
pose, 4 : 667; in Qa., 4 : 663-6 ; in N.
C, 4 : 690-3 ; at aty Point, Va., 4 :
764; plans, 4 : 764; motives for
treaty with Johnston, 4 : 766-7;
army reviewed. May 24th, 1865, 4 :
768; quoted, 1 : 190, note, 499, 611,
627-8, 668; 8 : 462, 466-8, 470, 617,
623, 744; 4 : 266, 272, 273, 293, 299, 332,
416, 418, 440, 666, 680, 683, 766; his
" Memoirs" quoted, 8 : 462, 464, 468,
470; 4 : 313, note, 323, note, 680, 705;
criticised by Buell, 1 : 611, 620. Arti-
cle, "The Grand Strategy of the
Last Year of the War," 4 : 247.

SherrUl, Eliakim, col. 126th K. Y.,
por't, 8 : 376 ; k, Gettysburg, 8 : 376.

Shields, Jas., XT b'v'tm^J.-gen., por't,
2 : 305; w,2 :304, 309; in Shenandoah,
2 : 283, 284, 291-2, 302-3, 309 ; ordered
to Rappahannock, 2 : 310 ; return to
Shenandoah, 2 : 311-12: at Har-
rison's Landing, 2 : 428, 646 ; quoted,
2 : 305, 309.

Shilob, Tenn., battle (April 6th-7th,
1862), 1:466,469; topography, 1:
486, 495, 561 ; views on field, 1 : 467,
469, 471, 476, 480-1, 486, 490, 614,
661, 588 ; TT want of preparation for
attack, 1 : 487, 499, 568-9, 585, 601 ;

plan, 1 : 495, 652, 568, 681, 606; T7
distribution of troops, 1 : 498-9 ; U
want of cohesion, 1 : 604, 622 ; U
want of intrenchments, 1 : 481, 487 ;
raw troops (TT), 1 : 469, 473, 480, 499 ;
need of drill, 1 : 481 ; C delay in
attack, 1 : 553-5, 682; situation
Sunday evening, 1 : 465, 507, 620, 667 ;
disorganization of TT troops, 1 :
622; TT stragglers, 1 : 474, 494, 667;
march of Lew Wallace's division,

1 : 607-9 ; O movements, second day,
1 : 591 ; final O assault not made, 1 :
667 ; battle scenes (cuts), 1 : 472, 476,
482, 484, 504-6, 610-11, 518, 627, 634, 663,
677, 698, 600;tactio8, 1 : 484; reasons for
non. pursuit, 1 : 479, 632-3 ; strength,
1 : 486, 492, 499, 537-8, 584, 692 ; losses,
1 : 476, 484-6, 637-8, 693 ; a turning



point in the war, 1 : 486 ; misconcep-
tions concerning, 1 : 466, 488.

Shilob, Articles, 1 : 466-607.

, Maps, campaign, 1 : 466 ; field,

1 : 470; TT camps, 1:496-7; field
(revised by D. C. Buell), 1:602-3,
official (Thom), 1:608; map used
by O genei*al8, 1 : 651 ; W. P. John-
ston's maps, 1:566,660,666; rontesby
which Grant was reinforced, 1 : 608.

Ship, Scott, C lieut.-col., 4 : 483-4.

Ship Island, Miss., 1 : 32, note ; 2 : 13.

Shirk, Jas. W., TT lleut.-com'der, 1 :
367, 607 ; 3 : 560, 667 ; 4 : 412.

Shoes, " swapping" of, by O, 8 : 760.

Shokokon, The, TT gun-boat, 4 : 706.

Shorkley, Geo., TT mai., 4 : 686-7 ; w,
4:587.

Shorter, John Gill, gov. Ala., 1 : 6.

Shoup, Francis A., C brig.-gen., Vicks-
burg, 3 : 489 ; Atlanta cam., 4 : 268,
333,339-40.

Shreveport, La., 8 : 468 ; 4 : 108, 347,
850-2, 364, 363, 369-n, 376.

Shryock, , C Heut, 2 : 101.

Shryock's Ferry, Ky., 8 : 28.

Shumaker, L. M., O m{0> art'y, 2 : 477.

Shumate, Jo., TT sergeant, 1 : 236.

Shuter's Hill, Va., 1 : 858.

Sibley, Henry H., O brig.-gen., iwr't,

2 : 109 ; com'ds dept. of Ariz., 1 : 33 ;
in N. M., 2 : 104-6, 110-11, 697-700.

Sibley tents, 2 : 656.

Sicard, M., TT lieut.-com'der, 4 : 660.

Sickles, Daniel £., TT mi^'-geii')
por't, 3 : 296 ; w, 8 : 307, 311, 838, 406;
Malvern Hill, 2 : 186, 393, 408, 412, 416,
421 ; Seven Pines, 2 : 269 ; Fred-
ericksburg, 3 : 188, 136; Chancel-
lorsvlUe, 8 : 163-6, 170, 177, 179, 180,
note, 182, 186, 188, 189, 192, 196-7,
200, 219, 225 ; after Chancellorsville,
8 : 171 ; Gettysburg, 8 : 278, 288, 289,
301, 302, 307, 312, 838, 366, 860, 386, 411,
note, 414-16,416; orders to, at, 3 : 409,
413, 419 ; results of action, 3 : 414 ;
quoted, 2 : 217 ; 3 : 188, 196. Article,
" The Meade-Sickles Controversy,"
by Geo. G. Meade and D. £. Sickles,
3 : 413-19.

Sidney C. Jones, The,TT vessel, 3 : 667.

Siege operations, economy of life in,
4 : 60, note.

Sigel, Franz,TTmaj.-gen., 4 : 104, note ;
por't, 1 : 286 ; col. 3d Mo., 1 : 289 ; in
Mo., 1: 267,271: Wilson'sCreek, 1:291,
293, 301, 304-6, 333 ; Pea Ridge, 1 : 326 ;
ordered to East, 3 : 443 ; oom'ds First
Corps in Shenandoah (1862), 2 : 460,
note ; leaves Shenandoah, 2 : 462 ;
in N. Va., 2 : 460 ; 2d Bull Run, 2 :
463-4, 469-71, 474, 482, note, 486, 696 ;
Washington, 2 : 642 ; in Shenandoah
(1864), 4 : 104, 110, 114, 160, 249, 480-5,
487 ; in West Va., 4 : 494-6. Articles,
" The Flanking Column at Wilson's
Creek," 1 : 304-6 ; " Pea Ridge Cam-
paign," 1 : 314-34; "Sigel in the
Shenandoah Valley In 1864," 4 : 487.

Sigfried, Joshua K.,TT b'v't brig.-gen.,
col. 48th Pa. 4 : 563-4 ; quoted, 4 : 667.

Signal, The, TT tin-clad, 1 : 621; on
Yazoo, 3 : 659,661; c, 4: 366-6.

Signals, military, deciphering, 8 : 492 ;
4:60.

Sikeston, Mo., 1 : 848.

Sill, Joshua W., brig.-gen., por't, 8 :
619 ; k, 8 : 619; 620 ; col. 38d Ohio, 2 :
702, 710; brig.-gen., in Ky., 8:14-
16, 27, 47, 49 ; Stone's River, 8 : 619.



Silver Cloud, The, TT steamer, 4 : 419.

Simkins, J. C, C lient-coL, 4 : u.

Simmonds, Seth J., TT oapt Ky. bat-
tery, 2 : 662 ; South Mt., 2 : 663.

Simmons, Seneca G., coL 6th Pa. Re«.,
2:328.

Simms, W. T., TT coL, w, 4 : 158, note.

Simons, Jas., O brig.-gen., 1 : 82-3.

Simonson, Peter, capt. 6th Ind. bat*y,
8:619.

Simpson, John G., lieut. 1st Pa. art'y,
3:141.

, Edw., TT capt. (navy), 4 : 412.

, J. H., TT b'v't brig.-gen., ooL

4th N. J., 2 : 364.

Simsport, La., 4 : 860.

Sinclair, Arthur, Jr., C naval lieut.,
4:601.

, Geo. T., C naval lieut., 4 :

697,603.

Sister's Ferry, Ga., 4 : 268.

Sisters of Charity, Cincinnati, 1 : 96.

Sitgreaves, Julius A., O capt, 4 : 11.

Skinker's Neck, Va., 8 : 122, 129.

Skinner, B. F., capt 7th Conn., 4 : 77.

Skulkers. 3 : 628.

Slack, Wm. Y., O bilg.-gcn., por^,
1 : 802 ; k, 1 : 277 ; at Pea Ridge, 1 :
323, 834.

Slaughter Mt, Va., see CJedar Mt

Slaves [see Emancipation], fugitive,
returned, 2 : 132 ; decleu^ contra-
band, 2 : 146 ; TT protection to, 2 :
708 ; with Sherman's army, 4 : 664,



Slemmer, Adam J., TT b'v't brig.-gen.,
m%). 16th U. 8., por't 1 : 31 ; w, 8 :
624 ; l6t lieut., Pensacola, 1 : 26-9.

Slidell, John, O oomm'r, 2 : 135^2;
por't, 2 : 137.

Sloan, B., O capt, 2 : 228.

, J. B. E., col. 4th S. C, 1 : 206.

Slocomb, C. H., oapt La. baf y, 8 :
606,651.

Slocnm, Henry W., TT m^J.-gen.,
por't, 4 : 682; character, 3:412;
at 1st Bull Run, 1 : 219, note ; on
Peninsula, 2 : 178, 182-3 ; Gaines's
Mill, 2 : 181, 335, 337, 339, 366 ; Geld-
ing's Farm, 2 : 369 ; Malvern Hill, 2 :
186, 391 ; on retreat, 2 : 370. 377 ; Fray-
ser's Farm, 2 : 381 ; N. Va., 2 : 640;
Antietam campaign, 2 : 692, 696-7,
628, 646; Chancellorsville cam-
paign, 3:167, 159, 161-3, 189, 190,
196, 219; after Chancellorsville, 8:
171 ; Gettysburg, 8 : 274, 278, 287-9,
297, 313, 317 ; oom'ds Twelfth Corps,
8 : 407 ; Chattanooga campaign, 8 :
676, 687; at Vicksburg, 4:294; in
Ga., 4 : 258, 672, 679 ; com'ds
Twentieth Corps, 4 : 671 ; Atlanta
campaign, 4 : 321-2; in Ga., 4:
663-4, 666 ; com'ds Army of Ga., 4 :
754; in S. C, 4 : 686; cited, 3 :
414-16 ; quoted, 3:814,412. Articles,
** Sherman's March from Savannah
to Bentonville," 4 : 681; "Final
Operations of Sherman's Army,"
4:754.

Slough, John P., TT brig.-gen., col. 1st
Colo., 2 : 108, 696, 699.

Smalley, Geo. W., 2 : 8, note.

Smalls, Robt, 4 : 27.

Smead, Jno. R., oapt 6th U. S. art'y,2:
410, 420 ; lieut ad U. S. art'y, 1 : 17.

Smith, , O lleut-coL eng., 8 :



-, A. B., TT pilots 1:698.

-, Albert N., TT oom'dw, 1 : 6.



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Smith, Andrew J., T7 mfO>-geiL,
por*t0, 3 : 600; 4:364; brlg.-gen.,
at Vioksburg, 8:464, 497, 606, 609,
611, 6)6, 630, 631, 646 ; on Red River,
4 : 106, 349-01, 863-4, 366, 360, 362, 369,
873; at N. O., 4:411; in Mo., 4:
876-7 ; at Nashville. 4 : 373, 467-60,
463, 468 ; in Mis8., 4 : 416 ; In Tenn.,
4 : 443, 448, 464, 466, 663.

, Baxter, O coL 4th Tenn. cav.,

4 : 705, note.

, Beivl. F., XT b'v't brig.-gen., ool.

IMth Ohio. 3 : 263.

, Caleb B., JJ Sec*y of Interior,

1:6.
-, Caraway, coL 2d Fla. cav., 4 :



77, 78, 80.

, Chaa. F., XJmiO - iren.,por't, 1 :

411 ; character, 1 : 406. 687 ; app*t'd
brig.-gen., in Ky., 1 : 286; Paducah,
1: 848; Fort Heiman, 1: 406; Fort
DonelBon, 1 : 406, 406. 422-3 ; after
Fort Donelson, 1 : 466, 490, 676;
Shiloh, 1 : 469, 492.

, D. H., O col. 6th Ky. cav., 4 : 423.

, Edmund Kirby, C gen., por*t,

8 : 13; w, 1:214; character, 3:
464; m^., in Shenandoah, 1 :229;
l8t Bull Run, 1 : 176, 190, 212, 249;
2:717, note; in E. Tenn., 2:717;
3 : 62-6; in Ky.. 2 : 717,726; 3 : 2-3,
5, 10-11, 16, 17, 1J^20, 23, 26-7, 46, 600.
602, 603; lieut.-gen., in Ark., 8 :
464, 466, 467; politics, 8 : 466;
inefficiency, 3 : 468-9; Vicksburg
campaign, 3 : 473, 643; in Tenn.,

3 : 603; in La., 4 : 347, 360. 362, 366-7.
360.376; com*d8 trans-Miss, dep't,

4 : 369, note ; succeeds Taylor, 4 :
» 361 ; quoted, 4 : 363. note. 366. Article,

** The Defense of the Red River," 4 :

369.

, E. P., anecdote. 4 : 806.

, Francis H., O col., 4 : 480.

^ Geo. £., Article, ** In the Ranks

at Fredericksburg," 8 : 142.

, Geo. H., col. 62d Va., 4 : 480-2,

484; in Md., 4: 497.

, Giles A., XT miO«-gen., w, 8 :

702; Chattanooga, 3:700, 701. 723;
Atlanta campaign, 4 : 266, note, 301,
814,328; In 8. C, 4 : 676.

, GustavusW., CmfO*-^en., 1 :6,

221. 263-4; 2 : 624; por't, 2 : 217 ; be-
low Richmond, 2 : 206, 210-11, 214 ;
Seven Pines, 2 : 221, 247-«2 ; illness.
2 : 261 ; Atlanta campaign, 4 : 271.
273 ; oom'ds Ga. Militia at Atlanta.
4 : 332-3, 337-9, 341, 343; in Ga., 4 :
664; in 8. C, 4 : 683, note; c, 4 :
761 ; quoted, 2 : 219, 222, note ; 4 :
335. Articles, *' Two Days of Battle at
Seven Pines," 2 : 220; "The Georgia
Militiu about Atlanta," 4 : 331 ; " The
Georgia Militia during Sherman's
Bfarch to the Sea," 4 : 667.

, Henry E., JJ b*v*t mi^J.. Arti-
cle, "The Rear-Guard at Malvern
HUl," 2 : 434.

, H. R., quoted, 1 : 746.

, J. B., Article, " The Charge of

Pickett, Pettigrew, and Trimble,"
8:364.

, J. Gregory, gov. Vt., 1 : 6.

, Jas. E., capt. 4th N. Y. bat'y,

Gettysburg, 3 : 304, 306, 309.

-, John E.. b'v*t mi0*-scii*» c^^*



46th III., 1 : 527; brig.-gen., Vicks-
burg campaign, 3 : 497, 498 ; Chatta-
nooga, 8 : 701, 706, 718, 728.



Smith, Joseph, XT rear-adm., 1 : 6, 617,

728, 749-60.
, Joseph B., XT acting-oom'r,

por't, 1 : 707 ; k, 1 : 699, 712.

, J. L. Kirby, coL 48d Ohio, 1 : 446.

, Jas. Power, C capt.. Article,

** Stonewall Jackson's Last Battle,"

3:208.

, Jas. Y., gov. R. I., 1 : 6.

, Larkin, XT mjv)., 1 : 36.

, Leon, C naval capt, 3 : 686.

, Marshall J., col. Crescent (La.)



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