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Galveston–Rétaken by Com. Renshaw —Surprised by Magruder, and carried—Our Fleet dis#bled and potenoisaster at Sabine Pass–The Alabama captures the Hatterns—Gen. Banks in command at New Orleans–Clearing the Atchafalaya–Fight at Carney's Bridge—Farragut passes the Batteries at Port Hudson–Banks returns to Berwick's Bay—Advances to Opelousas and Alexandria, La.--Moves thence to Bayou Sara, and crosses the Mississippi—Invests Port HudsonCombined Attack on its Defenses—Repulsed with a loss of 2,000–Bank, presses the Siege—Seconds Attack. The Rebel supplies exhausted-Gardner surrenders—Dick Taylor surprises Brashear City —Fighting at Donaldsonville–Franklin attacks Sabine Pass, and is beaten off—Dana surprised at Morganzia-Burbridge surprised near Opelousas —Gen. Banks embarks for the Rio Grande—Debarks at Brazos Santiago, and takes Brownsville —Capture of Aransas Pass and Pass Cavallo–Fort Esperanza abandoned—Indianola in our hands— Banks returns to New Orleans.
XVI. Army of the Potomac under Burn
Morgan's Raid through Kentucky into Indiana and Ohio–He is surrounded, routed, and captured —His Imprisonment and Escape–Rosecrans advances from Murfreesboro’ by Shelbyville and Tullahoma, to the Tennessee at Bridgeport— Bragg flanked out of Chattanooga – Rosecrans eagerly pursues–Bragg concentrates at Lafayette, and turns upon his pursuers—Rosecrans concen: trates on the Chickamauga—Desperate battle there —Rosecrans, worsted, retreats to Chattanoo
Losses—Rosecrans superseded—Pegram's raid into Kentucky—Saunders's into East Tennessee— Burnside crosses the Cumberland Mountains— Knoxville liberated — Burnside rétakes Cumberland Gap, with 2,000 prisoners—Longstreet impelled by Bragg against him—Wolford struck at Philadelphia, Tenn.-Fight at Campbell's Station— Burnside withdraws into Knoxville–Longstreet besieges and assaults—Is repulsed with loss— Raises the Siege and retreats—Grant relieves Rosecrans–Hooker and Slocum hurried to the Tennessee—Wheeler's and Roddy's raids—Grant reaches Chattanooga–Hooker crosses the Tennessee— Fight at Wauhatchie — Sherman arrives from Vicksburg-Grant impels attacks on Bragg by Granger, Hooker, and Sherman–Hooker carries Lookout Mountain–Bragg, on Mission Ridge, attacked from all sides and routed—His Bulletin— Hooker pursues to Ringgold–Cleburne checks him in a gap in White Oak j." and Gran#. ispatched to Knoxville–Losses at Mission
side and Hooker—Fredericksburg
Gen. Burnside in command in Virginia—Crosses
eavy loss–Récrosses the River—A fresh, Ad-
XVII. Lee's Army on Free Soil—Gettys
burg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .367
Lee silently flanks Hooker's right, and moves
uards at Gettysburg–Reynolds killed—Union
ts outnumbered and driven—Howard halts on Cemetery Hill–Sickles comes up—Hancock takes command—Meade arrives—Both Armies concen
in 1863. ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .446
Marmaduke attacks Springfield, Mo.-Is repulsed —Again at Hartsville—Waring routs him at Batesville, Ark.-The Sam Gaty captured—Fayetteville attacked by Cabell — Marmaduke assails Ca Girardeau — McNeil repels him -Cotley noli. Fort Blunt—Standwatie repulsed at Cabin Creek -Coffey repulsed by Catherwood, at Pineville, Mo. — Quantrell's Arson and Butchery at Law. rence, Kansas—Gen. Steele moves on Little Rock —Fight at Bayou \ietoa-Davidson defont. So maduke at Bayou. Fourche—Price abandons Little Rock to Steele–Blunt's Escort destroyed by Quantrell—Col. Clayton defeats Marmaduke at Pine Bluff—Gen. E. B. Brown defeats Cabell and Coffey at Arrow Rock—McNeil chases them to Clarksville-Standwatie and Quantrell repulsed by Col. Phillips at Fort Gibson—Sioux §§. in Minnesota–Gen. Sibley routs Little Crow at Wood Lake—500 Indians captured and tried for murder —Gen, Pope in command—Sibley and Sully pursue and drive the Savages—Gen. Conner in Utah o Shoshonees on Bear River—Enemies Wanlsh.
XX. The Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida
in 1862–3—Siege of Charleston. .455
Siege and Capture of Fort Pulaski by Gillmore— Sinking of Stone Fleet in Charleston Harbor— Com. Dupont sweeps down the Coast to St. Augustine—Union Movement at Jacksonville–Pensacola and Jacksonville abandoned—Edisto Island relinquished—Gen, Hunter attacks Secessionville, and is repulsed—Gen. Brannan threatens the Sa' vannah Railroad—Fight at Coosawhatchle—Destruction of the Nashville-Dupont repulsed at Fort McAllister—The Isaac Smith lost near LeK. . ." Raid from Charleston—The Iercedita and Keystone State disabled—Beau§. and Ingraham proclaim the Blockade of Charleston raised—Dupont with his Iron-clads attacks Fort Sumter, and is repulsed—Col. Montgomery's Raid up the Combahee—The Atlanta comes out from Savannah – Capt. Rogers, in the Weehawken, disables and captures her—Gen. Gillmore seizes half of Morris Island–Gen. Strong assaults Fort Wagner, and is bloodily repulsed-Gillmore opens Trenches—The “Swamp Angel’ talks to arleston–The Rebels driven out of Fort Wagner —Com. Stephens assaults Fort Sumter—Charleston bombarded from Wagner–Foundering of the Weehawken-D. H. Hill repelled at Newborn— Attacks Washington, N. C. —Is driven off by Foster–Fight at Gum Swamp.
d Jeff. o he XXVI. West Virginia and North of the
Rapidan in 1864. . . . . . . . . . . . .598
order- recruitin ahead–Efficiency
XXIII. The War along the Coast in 1864..528
Organization of the XXXVIIIth Congress
n Florida–Finn defeats Seymour at
County. XXVII. Between Virginia and tho Missis-
XXIV. The War beyond the Mississippi in
Banks in New Orleans–Porter's Fleet in the
retreats to –Porter works
so floog.: solo soloilov.
-Union disaster at Marks's Mills–Steele re- Strength of Sherman's and Jo. Johnston's Ar-
nois-union state Convention in Arkansas-
Fo *...*-*.*.*. o to
Roč. chases him to Fayetteville,
XXV. Gen. Grant's Advance on Richmond. 562
1 made Lieutenant-General-His Concep:
sippi, 1863–4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 615
Phillips's Raid to Grenada–McPherson ad-
Tupelo–Forrest's Raid into Memphis—Fights
Kulp House-Sherman assaults Rone-ow; ind
XXXI. Hood's Tennessee Campaign.....677
Bay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .641
Political Mutations and Results—
Presidential Canvass of 1864..654
State Elections reflect the varying phases of the War — Kentucky Union’sm — Lincoln to Hodges — Lincoln at Gettysburg–Fremont nominated for President — Rutical Platform — Union National Convention—Its Platform—Lincoln and Johnson nominated—Johnson's Letter —A Season of Gloom—The National Finances during the War—National Debt—Currency De
reciation—Peace Overtures at Niagara and at
ichmond – Davis inflexible —Chicago Democratic Convention—' Peace’ Utterances—The Platform—McClellan and Pendleton nominated —National victories stimulate popular dissent —Gen. McClellan tries to hedge — Seward's Criticisms – Fremont declines—The Autumn Elections—Maryland free—Death of Roger B. Taney–Lincoln elected—The Soldiers' Vote— The XXXVIIIth Congress — Lincoln's last Message—Slavery prohibited by Constitutional Amendment — Peace Overtures at Richmond, and Negotiations in Hampton Roads—Lincolu's Second Inaugura
XXXIII. The Répossession of Alabama....716
XXXV. Death of President Lincoln—Peace.746
APPENDED NoTEs. . . . . . . . . . . ............7.59 ANALYTICAL INDEX. . . . . . . . ..............765
FIGHT of THE MERRIMAC AND MonitoR IN HAMPTON RoADs .
VIEW OF FREDERICKSBURG . . . VIEW OF CUMBERLAND GAP . . .
Chairman Com. on Ways and Means, House of Reps.
70. JoHN SHERMAN, . . . . .
Committee on Finance, Senate.
71. HENRY WILSON, . . . . . Chairman Committee on Military Affairs, Senate.
72. GEN. Robert C. SchENCR, . . Chairman Com. on Military Affairs, House of Reps.
73. WILLIAM PITT FEssenDEN, . . Ex-Secretary of the Treasury.
FoRT SUMTER REPoSSESSED BY THE UNION . . . . . . . . . . . .
BATTLE-FIELD of PEA RIDGE . . BATTLE-FIELD OF MILL SPRING . . FoRTs IIENRY AND DoNELson . . New MADRID AND ISLAND No. 10 . PITTSBURG LANDING—SHILoH . . RoANokE IsLAND–CRoATAN Sound. NEwBERN AND NEUSE RIVER . . NEW ORLEANS AND ITs. DEFENSEs . FoRTs JAckson AND ST. PHILIP . . Richmond AND Its APPROACHEs .
McCLELLAN BEFoRE YorkTown . SEVEN PINEs, or FAIR OAKs . . . MECHANICSVILLE . . . . . . GAINEs's Mill. . . . . . . . MALVERN HILL . . . . . . .
Pope's VIRGINIA AND LEE's MARYLAND CAMPAIGNs. . . . . . CEDAR MoUNTAIN . . . . . .
GAINEsville, or SEcoRD BULL RUN South MoUNTAIN–TURNER's AND
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Port HUDson BESIEGED BY BANRs. FREDERICKSBURG–BURNSIDE, LEE . CHANCELLORSVILLE-HookER, LEE. WINCHESTER, WA., AND WICINITY . GETTYsburg—FIRST DAY's FIGHT .
GETTYSBURG–FINAL Ass AULT . . MINE RUN AND THE RAPIDAN . . . CHATTANoog A, CHICKAMAUGA, &c. . EAST TENNESSEE-KNoxvillE, &c. Fort PULASKI-GILLMoRE’s SIEGE . SECESSION VILLE, S. C. . . . . .
CHARLESTON, S.C., AND ITS DEFENSEs.
CRAMPTON's GAPs . . . . .
ANTIETAM, or SHARPSBURG . . .
RED RIVER REGION, ALEXANDRIA, &c.
CARolina . . . . . . . .