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international: Alabama claims Tyler, John, 32
award in files of, 166, extradition, Tyler, U.S. S., 195
148, extraterritorial jurisdiction, Typhoid fever, 307
160, jurisdiction of cases re, 79, Typography, 561
85, naval forces on Great Lakes,
56, negotiations, 139, slave trade, Ullmann, Daniel, 257
176, State Dept. reports on, 145, Umpqua, U. S. S., 485
unperfected, 2; international by Underwood, John C., 113, 199
country: Great Britain, 24, 44, Unfinished Business, House Standing
56, 176, Netherlands, 2, Russia, Committee on, 61
2; list, 160; preserved by State Uniforms, 291; Navy, 442
Dept. , 1, 2, 137; published, 3. Union, plan to preserve the, 52
See also Conventions, Proclama- Union Bank Note Co., 214
tions

Union Fire Co., Lancaster, Pa., 36
Trenchard, Stephen D., 450, 453 Union Gas-Light Co., 23, 500
Trent affair, diplomatic corresp. Union Indian Agency, Okla. , 547

Union League Club, New York City,
Trenton, N. J., 106

24
Trescot, William H. , 137

Union Pacific Railroad, 513, 514
Trespass, Ohio court cases, 108 Unionists, Southern: admission to
Trigg, Connally F., 111, 112

House, 45, claims, 59, 594-596,
Tripoli, extraterritorial jurisdiction, conduct, 128, escape from South,
160

21-22, purchase abandoned lands,
Troops, claim re use of property, 207, Southern trade permitted, 233;

44; inquiry into sanitary conditions, Tex., 22; Va. : 22, ask territorial
587; transportation: 66, across govt. , 31. See also Confederate
Panama, 142, investigated, 64. States
See also Soldiers

United Confederate Veterans, badge,
Trowbridge, Rowland, 66, 67

255
Troy, Ala., 365

United Kingdom, 433. See also Great
Troy pound, 229

Britain
Trumbull, Lyman, 25, 32, 34, 37, United States, guarantees States a re-
38

publican form of govt., 68; lawsuits,
Trusses, 310, 312

85; maps, 519, 525; nautical charts,
Tucker, Beverly, 393

229; petitions re disturbed condition
Tucker, John, 35, 246

of, 36. See also Citizens, Great
Tucker Act, 127, 129, 596

Seal of the United States
Tucson, Ariz. Ter., 118

United States agents, claims commis-
Tugboats, naval, 28

sions, 164, 166, 167, 168, 173
Tunis, extraterritorial jurisdiction, United States and Mexican Claims
160

Commission, 175
Turkey, Confederate vessels use United States Arbitrator, Alabama

ports, 141; extraterritorial juris- claims arbitration, 164
diction, 160; salaried consuls ap- United States-British claims. See
pointed to, 159

Alabama claims, British and Ameri-
Turner, Levi C., 249, 327, 336, can claims
337, 387, 496

United States-Canadian border, smug-
Turner, Thomas, 496

gling, 185; U. S. controls traffic on,
Turner-Baker papers, 336, 337

147; violations of by Confederates,
Tuscaloosa, Ala., 365

142
Tuscaloosa, C. S. S., 164

United States Christian Commission,
Tuttle, E. B. , 255

590-592; papers re, 254
Tyler, Daniel, 334

United States Colored Troops, 243,

384; appointments of officers, 262; Unlawful imprisonment, Court of
burial registers, 296; hospital Claims cases, 129
records, 311; records, 404, 405; Upson County, Ga., oaths of alle-
recruiting, 263-264; register of giance administered in, 156
deaths, 311

Upton, Charles H. , 40, 46
United States counsel, claims com- Urban, D., 209

,
missions, 164, 166, 167, 169, Usher, John P., 501, 502, 504, 566,
170, 171, 173, 174

573
United States Government, alien Usury, Supreme Court cases, 81

claims presented to, 162; alliance Utah County, Utah Ter., 124
with Confederate States urged, 19; Utah Indian Superintendency, 545
general records, 1, 132; House Utah Indians, treaty, 24
committee's on economy in, 46; Utah Territory, 119, 122; admission
leasing of office space, 57; money to Union of Deseret, 30-31; conven-
due to, 46, 58; officials: commis- tion, 30; courts, 124; Governor: 48,
sions, 146, Confederate officials' message to legislature, 30; records
corresp. , 381, connived at Con- re, 149; relief for Salt Lake City,
federate seizures, 231, defaulted, 59; Supt. of Indian Affairs, 48; sur-
201, delivered up foreigners ex- veyor general, 526; township plats,
tradited, 148, disabilities imposed 526; troop supply, 297
on former, 38, letters to, 144, Utica, N. Y., 107
395, protection from "local vin-
dictiveness," 53, take foreigners V. H. Joy, C. S. S., 165
in South prisoners, 162; operates Valencia, Spain, 159
Southern railroads, 72; propa- Vallandigham, Clement L , 53, 328,
ganda in European countries, 141. 330
See also Expenditures, Federal Vallentin, Benjamin, 454

employees, and names of agencies Valparaiso, Chile, 144, 162
United States Mail and Post Office Van Aernam, Henry, 74
Assistant, 30

Van Brunt, Gershom J., 479
United States- Mexican border, U. S. Van Buren, William H. , 587
agent to watch Confederate activi-

Vance, Enoch H. , 208
ties on, 142

Vance, Zebulon B., 38
United States notes, 390; destroyed, Vance, Philo, Confederates raided,
224. See also Treasury notes

167
United States Official Register, 137, Vancouver Arsenal, Wash. Ter.,
499

283
United States Penitentiary for the Vancouver Barracks, 410
District of Columbia, 573

Vandalia, Ill., 98
United States Sanitary Commission, Vandalism, investigation, 337

291, 587-58 9; hospitals, 361 Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 35, 47, 64
United States Sharpshooters, 384, Vandever, William, 45, 65
405

Van Dorn, Earl, 255
United States Statutes at Large. See Van Dyke, Benjamin G., 450
Laws, Statutes at Large

Van Horn, Burt, 66
United States v. Alira, Supreme Court Van Rensselaer, Henry, 354
decision in case of, 127

Van Trump, Philadelph, 16
United States v. McRae, judgment by Van Valkenburgh, Robert B., 55
Lord Chancellor, 47

Van Wyck, Charles H., 14, 65
United States Veteran Volunteers, Varina, U. S. revenue cutter, 223
404, 405

Varner's Battalion of Infantry, U. S. ,
United States Volunteers, 384, 405 384
Universities, land grants benefit, 517 Vegetables, 580, 588

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Venezuela, 159

Steamers, Transports
Veniremen, 87

Veteran Reserve Corps, 243, 384,
Vera Cruz, Mexico, 143, 144

405; admission, 307; applications
Vergennes, Vt. , arsenal, 284

for, 344; appointments in, 262;
Vermillion, Dak. Ter., 120

continuation of, 54; records, 404;
Vermont, volunteer regiments, 405 returns, 259; transfers from, 260;
Vermont, U. S. S., 489, 495

transfers to, 343
Verree, John P., 45

Veteran Reserve Corps Branch, War
Vessels, admeasurement of tonnage, Department, 344

44; American merchants change Veterans, bounties to, 54, 55; civil
to "neutral bottoms," 163; amounts service appointments for, 27;
of losses, 163; arrival and depar- compensation for wartime infla-
ture records, 143, 162, 185, 219, tion, 77-78; disabled: employment
239; British: captured, 141, watched, for, 70, increased pensions to,
139; building, 220; carry munitions 49, 55, 77, pensions, 49, 50, 78,
to Confederacy, 144; certificate pensions to deaf, 50, pension to
of inspection, 225; certificates of naval, 70; enumerated in 1890
value, 165; charter, 294; claims: census, 553; headstones for graves,
21, 28, 167, cases, 128, docu- 43; lands for, 58, 78; pension reg-
ments supporting, 164, 165, losses, ulations, 50; pensions to: 49, 78,
163, 170, of foreigners, 162, of all Civil War, 50, dependents, 50,
passengers, 165, of Unionists, manual laborers, 49, militia, 50,
594; clearance, 187, 218, 219, prisoners of war, 49, 50; southern,
239; Coast Survey, 225, 228, 229; abandoned land for, 30; Vicksburg
Confederate depredations, 140, Encampment, 43; welfare legisla-
148, 157, 163; engaged on west-

tion, 78. See also Confederate vet-
ern rivers, 295; foreign, 189; erans, Widows, Widows and de-
give bonds to Confederates, 163; pendents
inspection of, 220, 225; investi- Veterans Administration, records re
gation re, 64; Light-House Board, artificial limbs, 312
232; list, 291; military use, 223; Veterinary surgeons, 338
operated by Quartermaster Dept., Vibbard, Chauncy, 66
293; passage of destitute U. S. sea- Vice-consulates, U. S. , 158
men, 199; protected by revenue Vice President, 18; official papers
cutters, 222; Quartermaster Dept., of, 135-136
288, 291; records, 160, 162, 189- Vickers, George, 37
190, 220; regulations, 22; safety, Vicksburg, Miss., 235, 236, 299,
223; searched, 176; seized: 154, 372, 416; Army officers' liquor
234, by France, 173, suspected speculation at, 69; battle, 256;
of blockade running, 139, 159;

Civil War semicentennial and vet-
sold to British, 163; Special

erans' encampment, 43; Confed-
Agents on, 234; statistics, 190; erate defenses, 464; convalescent
steam-power experimentation, 56; camp, 552; freedmen's disbursing
taxes, 60, 220; titles, 218, 232; office, 266; freedmen's hospital,
transfer to British registry, 22; 357; marine hospital, 410; occupa-
valuation, 170, 171, 172; War De- tion of, 54; siege, 226; surrender,
partment use of, 34; wrecked on 399, 410; Treasury Dept. Special
foreign shores, 144. See also

Agent at, 373
Armored vessels, Carrying trade, Vicksburg National Military Park,
Confederate Navy, Enrollments, 256; Civil War veterans' reunion,
Ironclads, Licenses, "Light-

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vessels," Merchant fleet, Naval Victoria, Tex., 377
vessels, Prize vessels, Ships, Vidal, M., 430

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Viele, Egbert L., 222

Virginia University Library, Chesa-
Vigilantes, competition with Mont. peake and Ohio Canal records, 584
Territorial courts, 121

Virginians, information about prom-
Vincent, Thomas M , 261, 357

inent, 114; oaths of allegiance,
Vinton, Samuel F., 592

336
Virginia, 231, 486; Army posts in, Vixen, Coast Survey steamer, 226,

406; campaigns in, 275; citizens 228
imprisoned at Camp Chase, 254; Volunteer Infantry, 17th Iowa, 407
constitutionality of partitioning, Volunteer Recruiting Branch, War
80; counties annexed to W. Va., Department, 345-346
53; direct tax, 208; Direct Tax Volunteer Recruiting Service, 261
Commission, 210; Eastern Shore Volunteer regiments, histories, 260;
mapped, 226; Federal courts, 79, muster rolls, 257; records, 384,
87; First Military District, 411; 404-405. See also under name of
forts inspected, 269; freedmen's unit
affairs in, 48; Freedmen's Bu- Volunteer Service Division, War
reau: operations, 366, records, Department, 260
378-379; Governors: corresp. re Volunteer troops, company histories,
John Brown, 31, letters to, 157; 279; N. Mex. , 410; Oreg. Ter.,
gradual emancipation suggested 408; recruiting, 246
in, 65; in Dept. of Va., 413; incorpo- Volunteers, accounts, 193, 194;
rates Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, called up, 1, 158, 242; cavalry,
583; lands redeemed, 208; letters 26; claims, 385; clothing, 292;
of citizens, 550; "loyal govern- deaths among, 255; enlistment,
ment": at Alexandria, 113, 156, 339; equipment, 292; histories,
recognized by U. S. , 156; loyalty 382; medals of honor for, 55;
investigation, 13-14; maps, 256, medical examinations, 347; medi-
272, 564, 565; men employed in, cal records, 384; Navy, 443, 458;
270; military claims re W. Va., Negro, 391; New York County,
35; military govt. of, 711; mili- 552; officers: commissions, 383,
tary land warrants, 520; military discharges, 260, Freedmen's Bu-
railroads, 317; oaths adminis-

reau agents, 367, Navy, 56, pen-
tered in, 254; pictorial records, sion rates for, 78, register pub-
381; postal service, 431; post- lished, 252, retired list, 27, 55;
war fiscal problems, 413; pro-

ordnance issued to, 283; pensions,
poses Peace Convention, 32; pro- 50, 551; quotas, 341; records re,
visional govt. , 412; rebellion in 261; recruiting, 345; retired list,
W. Va., 35; reconstruction prob- 50, 55; returns, 259; service rec-
lems in, 76; representation in ords, 383-384; stations, 406. See
Congress, 17, 40; Special Agency, also United States Volunteers and
235, 239; tax sales, 207; Union- names of units and States
ists ask territorial govt. , 31; Voorhees, Daniel W., 16, 68
volunteer regiments, 405; west- Voter registration, records, 413;
ern section protests secession, Southern, 411, 414
158. See also Alexandria, Ar- Voting rights, District of Columbia,
lington, Army of the Potomac, 23; Negro: constitutional amend-
Norfolk, Potomac River, Wash- ments re, 4, in South, 411, post-
ington, West Virginia

war Southern laws, 4, to freedmen,
Virginia, C. S. S., 454, 555. See 36; reestablished by pardon, 155

also Merrimac
Virginia City, Mont. Ter., 121 Wabash, U.S. S., 453
Virginia State Library, court rec- Waddell, Alfred M. , 16
ords, 114

Wade, Benjamin F., 10, 30, 32

Wadsworth, William H., 67

Committee papers re, 43; investi-
Wages, 482; navy yards, 472

gations: freedmen, 390, ordnance,
Wagon roads, 502; construction, 387; letters, 511, 514; military

31; land grants, 517, 521; maps, commissions, 384-394; misman-

526; records, 512; routes, 533 agement, 47; orders, 257-258;
Wagon trains, 292

organization, 243, 399, 405;
Wagons, 288, 297, 310; claims re places soldiers in U. S. Penitenti-

Govt. contracts for, 128; investi- ary, 573; postwar responsibilities,
gation re, 64

244; public buildings supt. trans-
Wainwright, Richard, 446

ferred from, 30; receipts to Treas-
Waite, Morrison R., 164

ury, 190; records: House Prisoner
Walke, Henry, 450, 491

of War Committee, 75, regimental,
Walker, Charles M. , 199

403, Territories, 149; reports re:
Walker, Martin, 14

N. C. disloyal organizations, 38,
Walker, William M., 141

prisoners of war statistics, 75;
Wallabout Bay, N. Y., 495

resignations of Southerners, 242;
Wallace, Alexander S. 46

secret service fund, 337. See
Wallace, John W., 65, 80, 83, 84, also Army and names of offices
544, 545

of the Department
Wallace, Lewis, 257, 329

War Department, House Standing
Wallach, Richard, 502

Committee on Expenditures in,
Walls, Josiah T., 46

46-47
Walter, Thomas U., 566

War Department Library, 382
Walterboro, S.C., 73

War Department Telegraph Office,
Wappich, Maximilian, 269

operations, 248-249
War, Joint Select Congressional War of 1812, pensioners of, 49

Committee on the Conduct of the, War of the Rebellion. See Official
9-12, 30, 245

Records of the Union and Confed-
War claims, 163, 195, 394; adjudi- erate Armies

cation by War Dept., 244; British- War Records Office, 252; records,
U. S. claims, 164, 167; jurisdic- 379-384
tion of Court of Claims, 125; of Ward, George R. (Mrs.), 23
foreigners in South, 162. See Ward, Hamilton, 74, 77
also Alabama claims, Claims, Ward, Samuel, 142, 143

Property, Revolutionary claims Wardens, appointment, 421
War Claims, House Standing Com- Warder, J. M. , 581
mittee on, 42, 59, 163

Warehouses, investigation re New
War Claims Commission, 385

York City, 64
War Debts of the Loyal States, Warfield, Henry M., 154
House Select Committee on the, Warmoth, Henry C., 237

Warner, Samuel L., 72
War Department, 26, 145, 238, 398; Warranty deeds, land, 203

and records of Commission for Warren, George F., 334
State Prisoners, 154; captured Warrington Navy Yard, Fla., 33
property to Treasury Dept. , 233; Wasatch County, Utah Ter., 124
charters transport vessels, 34; Washburn, Cadwallader C., 62
claims: investigation of fraudu- Washburn, Henry D., 73, 76
lent, 195, records, 162, 174; Washburn, William B., 14, 70
commission on burning of the Washburne, Elihu B., 13, 43, 64,
Ruth, 224; control of Western

68, 72
Gunboat Flotilla, 195; direction Washington, George, 132
of Indian affairs, 529; fiscal Washington, Ark., 373
agents, 194; House Appropriation Washington, D.C., 211, 225, 228,

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