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Rare 1866 GREAT REBELLION American CONFLICT CSA Army CIVIL WAR Reports 1st ED:
CONFLICT: A HISTORY By Horace
Greeley 1860 - 1865
CONDITION & DESCRIPTION:
Greeley's classic illustrated
history of the Civil War. Published by
O. D. Case & Company, Hartford, 1866.FIRST
EDITION. This is volume two only of what should be two
volume set. The American Conflict: a History
of the Great Rebellion in the United States of America, 1860-65. This is compilation of
the war between the states with several maps and beautiful illustrations. Its causes, incidents,
and results: intended to exhibit especially its moral and political phases, with
the drift and progress of American opinion respecting human slavery from 1776 to
the Close of the War for the Union. By Horace Greeley.
portraits on steel of generals, statesmen, and other eminent
men: views of
places of historic interest: maps, diagrams of battle-fields, naval
etc.: from official sources.The book also contains
Appended Notes & Analytical Index.
The book is in good condition
for its age. Original sheepskin with two black
labels with gold lettering on the spine. It even retains the original tissue guard on the frontispiece
steel engraving of Union Generals. Binding
is tight, the covers have only slightly bumping and have a little fraying of
the corners. Front & Back hinges broken but are still holding strong. No loose or
missing pages. Leather on spine starting to peel off. The pages are toned from age and have very little light foxing
throughout which is amazing for a book its age. All pages are present. Numerous
engravings have a fine, excellent detail and paper quality for the
age. Brown endpapers. Amazing leather covers.With 782 wonderful pages. It measures approx.
9” tall by 6" wide.Index. The pictures are a part of
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TO THE UNION VOLUNTEERS OF 1861- 1864 WHO FLEW TO THE RESCUE
OF THEIR IMPERILED COUNTRY BECAUSE THEY SO LOVED HER THAT THEY JOYFULLY
PROFFERED THEIR OWN LIVES TO SAVE HERS; THIS VOLUME, BEING A RECORD OF
THEIR PRIVATIONS, HARDSHIPS, AND SUFFERINGS, AS ALSO OF THEIR VALOR, FIDELITY,
CONSTANCY, AND TRIUMPH, IS RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR.
ADVERTISEMENT. The author had expected to finish this
work early in the current year, but he found himself unable to compress it
within the limits originally intended. The important events of the War for
the Union were so many; its area was so vast, its duration so considerable
; the minor collisions and other incidents were so multifarious, yet often
so essential to a clear understanding of its progress and results, that this
volume has expanded far beyond his intent, and required for its preparation
extra months of assiduous and engrossing labor. Even now, though its contents
probably exceed in amount those of any other single volume which the War has
called forth, it barely touches some points which may be deemed essential
to a clear understanding of the whole matter. Of the War itself, however—that
is, of the Military events which made up the physical struggle initiated by
Secession—this volume aspires to give a clear though necessarily condensed
account, from the opening of the year 1862 down to the final and complete
overthrow of the Confederacy. That all his judgments will be concurred in
by every reader, the author has no right to expect; but his aim has been to
set forth events as they occurred, and as they will appear to clear-sighted
observers a century hence; and he rests in the confident belief that those who dissent from his conclusions will nevertheless
respect the sincerity with which they are cherished, and the frankness
wherewith they are avowed.
INDEX BY CHAPTERS.
Chapter I. Texas and New
Mexico in 1862.
Twiggs's Treason*Texas State Convention passes Ordinance of
Secession*Surrender of the Regulars*Their Loyalty and Sufferings*New Mexico
repeals Act legalizing Slavery*Canby in command*Prepares to hold New Mexico*Sibley
Brigade-Fort Craig*Sibley declines to attack*Battle of Valverde*Heroism and
Death of McRae*Fight at Apachg Pass*Rebels occupy Santa Fe*They abandon New
Chapter II. Missouri and
Arkansas in 1862.
Price returns to Missouri*Guerrilla Operations*Rains and Stein
routed*Capture of Millford*Price retreats to Arkansas*Sigel's Retreat from
Bentonville*Battle of Pea Ridge*Rebels defeated*The War among the Indians*Fight
at the Cache*Guerrilla operations*Fight at Newtonia*Hind-man driven into
Arkansas*Cooper routed at Maysville*Battle of Prairie Grove.
Chapter III. Kentucky, Tennessee, and Alabama in 26 1862 — Forts Henry and
Donelson — Pittsburg Landing.
Battle of Mill Spring*Capture of Fort Henry*Naval Bombardment of
Fort Donelson*Gen. Pillow's Sortie*Countercharge of Lew Wallace and C. F.
Smith*Escape of Floyd and Pillow*Surrender by Buckner*Retreat of Sidney Johnston
from the Cumberland across the Tennessee*Nashville recovered*Columbus, Kv.*New
Madrid*Island No. 10*Fort Pillow*Memphis*First Siege of Vicksburg*Grant moves up
the Tennessee to Pittsburg Landing*Sidney Johnston advances from Corinth,
Miss.*Assails Grant's front near Shiloh Church*Sherman and McClernand
driven*Grant borne back*Buell and Lew Wallace arrive*The Rebels
driven*Losses*Hal leek takes Corinth*Mitchel repossesses Huntsville and most of
Chapter IV. Burnside's
Expedition to N. Carolina.
Roanoke Island carried*Elizabeth city submits*Defenses of
Newbern stormed*Newbern surrendered*Fort Macon reduced*Fight at South
Mills*Foster advances to Kinston*Fails to carry Goldsboro.
Chapter V. Butler's
Expedition to the Gulf — Capture of New Orleans.
Gen. B. F. Butler concentrates 15,000 men on Ship Island*Capt
Farragut nt the mouths of the Mississippi*Assails and passes Forts Jackson and
St. Philip*Destroys the Rebel Flotilla*Pushes on to New Orleans*The Forts
surrender to Capt. Porter*Gasconade of Mayor Monroe*New Orleans succumbs*Butler
convinces the Rebels that he is wanted there*General Order No. 28*Execution of
Mumford*Farragut and Gen. Williams ascend the River to Vicksburg*Baffled
there*Breckinridge attacks Baton Rouge*Williams killed*Rebels repulsed*Ram
Arkansas destroyed*Weitzel reduces the Lafourche country*Flanders and Hahn
chosen to Congress*Butler superseded by Banks*Butler's parting Address*Jeff.
Davis dissatisfied with his policy.
Chapter VI. Virginia in
'62— HcClellan's Advance.
Obstinate Delays*The Routes to Richmond*Battle of
of the Iron-clad Merrimac or Virginia in Hampton Roads-McClellan on the
Peninsula*Siege of Yorktown*Battle of Williamsburg*Fight at West Point*Advance
to the Chickahominy*Recovery of Norfolk*Strength of our Armies*McClellan's
Complaints*Fight at McDowell*Jackson surprises Front Royal*Banks driven through
Winchester to the Potomac*Jackson retreats*Fremont strikes Ewoll at
Cross-Keys*Jackson crosses the South Fork at Port Republic, and beats Tyler*Heth
routed by Crook at Lewisburg.
Chapter VII. McClellan
Fitz John Porter worsts Branch at Mechanicsville*McClellan
partially across the Chickahominy*Battle of Fair Oaks or Seven Pines*McClellan
re-enforced, but still grumbles and hesitates*Stonewall Jackson joins Lee*A. P.
Hill attacks our right at Mechanicsville*Battle of Gaines's Mill*Fitz John
Porter worsted*McClellan retreats to the James*Fight at Glendale, or White Oak
Swamp Bridge*Rebels attack, and are repelled with loss at Malvern Hill*McClellan
retreats to Harrison's Bar*Hooker returns to Malvern*McClellan withdraws to
Fortress Monroe, and embarks his Army fur Alexandria.
Chapter VIII. Gen. Pope's
Pope appointed to command the forces of Fremont, Banks, and
McDowell*Advances to the Rapidan*Banks worsted by Jackson at Cedar Mountain*Pope
retreats across the Rappahannock*Jackson flanks his right*Strikes the Railroad
in his rear at Bristow*Seizes Manassas Junction*Compelled to retreat*Longstreet
hurrying to his rescue*Jackson worsts King*Two Days Battle of Gainesville and
Groveton, or Second Bull Run*Pope driven back on Centerville*Jackson flanks his
right, and attacks Kearny at Chantilly*Pope retreats to the defenses of
Washington, and gives place to McClellan*His Losses*McClellan's failure to
support Pope*His Correspondence with Lincoln, Halleck & Co.
Chapter IX. Lee's
Invasion of Maryland in 1862.
McClellan crosses the Potomac, and advances to
Frederick*Address to Maryland*McClellan follows to Frederick*Lee's plans
discovered*He is intent on the capture of Harper's Ferry*McClellan fights
and beats his rear-guard at Turner's Gap- Franklin drives Howell Cobb out of
Crampton's Gap*Miles surrenders Harper's Ferry, with 12,000 men, to Stonewall
Jackson*McClellan follows Lee to the Antietam*Battle of Antietam or
Sharpsburg*Losses*Lee retreats across the Potomac*Porter follows*McClellan
hesitates to pursue*J. E. B. Stuart raids around his Army*McClellan moves
down to the Rappahannock*Is relieved by Burnside.
Chapter X. Tennessee
— Kentucky — Mississippi — Bragg's Invasion —Corinth.
Bragg crosses the Tennessee and Cumberland*Kirby Smith routs M.
D. Manson and Nelson at Richmond, Ky.*Bragg captures 4,000 men at Munfordsville*Advances to Frankfort, and inaugurates Richard Hawes as Governor
of Kentucky*Buell follows him from the Tennessee to Bardstown and
Springfield*Battle of Perryville*Bragg retreats out of Kentucky by Cumberland
Gap*Rose-crans fights Price at luka*Price retreats to Ripley, Miss.*Van Dora
assails Rosecrans at Corinth*Is beaten off with great slaughter*Van Dorn pursued
Chapter XI. Slavery
in the War — Emancipation.
Patrick Henry on Federal Power over Slavery- Edmund
Randolph*John Quincy Adams*Joshua R. Giddings*Mr. Lincoln*Gov. Seward*Gen.
Butler*Gen. Fremint*Gen. T. W. Sherman*Gen. Wool*Gen. Dix*Gen. Halleck*Gen.
Cameron*His Report revised by President Lincoln*Seward to McClellan*Gen.
Burnside*Gen. Buell*Gen. Hooker*Gen. Sickles*Gen. McCook*Gen. Double-dar*Gen.
Williams*Col. Anthony*Gen. Hunter*Overruled by the President*Gen. McClellan on
the Negro*Horace Greeley to Lincoln*The Response*Do to the Chicago
Clergymen*Lincoln's First Proclamation of Freedom*The Elections of 1862*Second
Proclamation of Freedom*Edward Everett on its Validity.
Chapter XII. Slavery
and Emancipation in Congress.
E. R. Potter on Emancipation by War*Lincoln for colonizing the
Blacks*Congress foroffers Military Officers returning Fugitives from
Slavery*Abolishes Slavery in the District of Columbia-Lincoln proposes, and
Congress enacts. Compensated Emancipation*Prohibits Slavery in the
Territories*Confiscates the Slaves of Rebels*Opens Diplomatic Intercourse with
Liberia and Hayti*Requires Equality in Education and Punishment between Whites
and Blacks*Right of Search on the African Coast conceded*Fugitive Slave Act
repealed*Confinement ofsuspected Slaves in Federal Jails forofferden-Coastwise
Slave-Trade forofferden*Color no Impediment to giving Testimony.
Chapter XIII. Rosecrans's Winter
The Army of the Ohio at Bowling Green*Reorganized by
Rosecrans*Morgan's Raids*Surprise of Moore at Hartsville*Our Advance from
Nashville*Battle of Stone River, near Murfreesboro*Bragg retreats*Cavalry Raids
on our rear*Innes's Defense ef Lavergne*Losses*Forrest routed by Sullivan at
Parker's Cross-Roads*Morgan captures Elizabethtown*Gen. H. Carter's Raid into
East Tennessee*Wheeler raids down the Tennessee to Fort Donelson*Beaten off by
Col. Harding*Van Dorn captures 1,500 Unionists at Spring Hill*Col. A. S. Hall
defeats Morgan at Vaught's Hill*Gordon Granger repulses Van Dorn at
Franklin*Col. A. D. Streight raids into Northern Georgia*Is overpowered and
captured near Rome.
Chapter XIV. Siege
and Capture of Yicksburg.
Position and Importance of Vicksburg*Grant moves against it from
Lagrange*Advances to Oxford, Miss.*Van Dorn captures Holly Springs-Murphy's
Cowardice*Grant compelled to fall back*Hovey and Washburn on the Coldwater*Gen.
Wm. T. Sherman embarks 30,000 men at Memphis*Debarks on the Yazoo, north of
Memphis*Com. Porter's Gunboats*Sherman storms the Yazoo Bluffs*Repulsed at all
points with, heavy loss*Attempts to flank by Drumgould's
Bluff*Is baffled*Superseded by Gen. McClernand*Who invests and captures the Post
of Arkansas*Gen. Grant assumes command*Debarks*Digging
the Canal*Proves an Abortion*Yazoo Pass Expedition*Stopped at
Greenwood*Compelled to return*Grant tries the Sunflower route*Baffled again*The
Queen of the West raids up Red River*Disabled and abandoned*The Indianola
captured by the Webb and Queen of the West*The Indianola blown up in a panic*The
Webb flees up Red River*Grant moves down the Mississippi*Com. Porter runs the
Vicksburg Batteries*Grieraon's Raid to Baton Rouge*Porter attacks the Batteries
at Grand Gulf*Grant crosses at Bruinsburg*Sherman feinta on Haines's
Bluff*Crosses the Mississippi at Hankinson's Ferry*Fight at Port Gibson*Fight at
Raymond*Fight at and capture of Jackson*Battle of Champion Hills*Fight at the
Big Black*Haines's Bluff abandoned*Vicksburg invested*General Assault
repulsed*The Siege vigorously pressed*Pemberton calls a parley*Surrenders*Grant
drives Jo. Johnston from Jackson*Fight at Milliken'a Bend*Holmes assails
Helena, and is routed.
Chapter XV. Texas
and Louisiana in 1863 — Capture of Port Hudson.
Galveston*Retaken by Com. Renshaw*Surprised by
carried*Our Fleet disabled and beaten*Disaster at Sabine Pass*The Alabama
captures the Hatteras*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
Hudson*Combined Attack on its Defenses*Repulsed with a loss of 2,000*Banks
presses the Siege*Second Attack*The Rebel supplies exhausted*Gardner
surrenders*Dick Taylor surprises Brashear City*Fighting at Donaidsonville*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 iu our hands*Banks returns
to New Orleans.
Chapter XVI. Army
of the Potomac under Burn-side and Hooker — Fredericksburg —
Gen. Burnside in command in Virginia*Crosses the
Rappabannock*Attacks Lee's Army, strongly posted on the Southern Heights*Is
repulsed with heavy loss*Recrosses the River*A fresh Advance arrested by the
President*The Mud March*Rebel Raids in Virginia*Burnside gives place to Hooker*Stoneman's Raid on Lee's rear*Hooker crosses the
advances to Chancellorsville*His right wing turned and shattered by
Jackson*Pleasanton checks the
Enemy*Jackson mortally wounded*Desperate fighting around Chancellorsville*Hooker
stunned*Our Army recoils*Sedgwick storms Marye'a Heights*Strikes Lee's Rear*Is
driven across the River*Hooker recrosses also*Stoneman's Raid a Failure*Longstreet assails Peck at Suffolk*Is beaten off with loss.
Chapter XVII. Lee's
Army on Free Soil — Gettysburg.
Lee silently flanks Hooker's right, and moves northward*Cavalry Fight near
Fairfax*Millroy, at Winchester, surprised and driven over the Potomac, with
heavy loss*Cavalry encounters along the Blue Ridge*Jenkins raids to
Chambersburg*Lee crosses the Potomac*Hooker and Halleck at odds*Hooker
relieved*Meade in command*Ewell at York*Collision of vanguardsat
Gettysburg*Reynolds killed*Unionists outnumbered and driven*Howard halts on
Cemetery Hill*Sickles comes up*Hancock takes command*Meade arrives*Both Armies
concentrated*Sickles driven back with loss*Rebel Advance checked*Night
falls*Rebel Grand Charge led by Pickett*Terribly repulsed*Lee retreats*Heavy
losses*Feeble pursuit by Sedgwick*Lea halts at Williamsport*Meade hesitates*Lee
gets across the Potomac*Kilpatrick routs the Rebel rear guard*Meade crosses at
Berlin, and moves down to the Rappahannock*Fight at Manassaa Gap*Dix's Advance
on Richmond*Pleasantou crosses the Rapidan*Lee flanks Meade, who retreats to
Centerville*Warren worsts A. P. Hill*Lee retires across the Rappahannock*Imboden
surprises Charlestown*Gen. D. A. Russell storms Rappahannock Station, capturing
1,600 prisoners*Meade crosses the Rapidan*Affair of Mine Run*Toland's raid to
Wytheville*Averill's to Lewisburg*Fight at Droop Mountain.
Chapter XVII. The
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 concentrates on
the Chickamauga*Desperate battle there*Rosecrans, worsted, retreats to
Chattanooga*Losses*Rosecrans superseded*Pegram's raid into Kentucky*Saunders's
into East Tennes; inside crosses the Cumberland Mountains*Knoxville
liberated*Burnside retakes 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
Kinggald*Cleburne checks him in a gap in White Oak Ridge*Sherman and Granger
dispatched to Knuxville*Losses at Mission Ridge.
Chapter XIX. The
War in Missouri and Arkansas, in 1863.
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 Cape Girardeau*McNeil
repels him*Coffey assails Fort Blunt*Standwatie repulsed at Cabin Creek*Coffev
repulsed by Catherwood, at Pineville, Mo.*Quantrell's Arson and Butchery at
Lawrence Kansas*Gen. Steele moves on Little Rock*Fight at Bayou Metea*Davidson
defeats Marmaduke at Bayou Fonrche*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 Butcheries 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*Defeats Shoshonees on
Bear River*Enemies vanish.
Chapter XX. The
Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida in 1862-1863 — Siege of Charleston.
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 Secessionvilie, and is
repulsed*Gen. Brannan threatens the Savannah Railroad*Fight at Coosawhatchie*Destruction of the Nashville*Dupont repulsed at Fort
McAllister*The Isaac Smith lost near Legareville*Iron-clad Raid from
Charleston*The Mercedita and Keystone State disabled*Beauregard 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
cornea 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 Anpel talks to
Charlesto*The Rebels driven out of Fort Wagner*Com. Stephens assaults Fort
Sumter*Charleston bombarded from Waerner*Foundering of the Weehawken*D. H. Hill
repelled at Newborn*Attacks Washington, N. C.*Is driven off by Foster*Fight nt
Chapter XXI. The
Political History of 1863.
Lord Lyons on Democratic Peace*Spring Elections of
1863*Conscription ordered, first by Rebel, next by Union Congress*Judge Woodward
pronounces the latter unconstitutional*Suspension of Habeas Corpus*Military
Arrest and Conviction of Vallandigham*Democrats of Albany there on*President
Lincoln's Response*Ohio Democratic Convention's Resolves*Vallandigham nominated
for Governor*Convention demand his Release*President Lincoln's Reply*The New
York Journalists on the Freedom of the Press*Ex-President Pierce's Fourth of
July Oration*Gov. Seymour's ditto*The Draft Riots in New York*Arson,
Devastation, and Murder*Gov. Seymour's Speech*He demands a stoppage of the
Draft*President Lincoln's Reply*The Autumn Elections*The Draft adjudged
valid*The Government sustained by the People.
Chapter XXII. Negro
Negroes in the Revolutionary Armies*Royal Attempts to win them
to the British side*The War of 1812*Gen. Jackson at New Orleans*Negro Soldiering
suppressed in 1861*Gen. Hunter directs a recruiting of Blacks*Gov. Wickliffe's
Inquiry*Gen. Hunter's Response*Saxton authorized to arm Negroes*Gen. Phelps's
Black recruiting in Louisiana*Gen. Butler thereon*Jeff. Davis on Butler and
Phelps together*Congress orders a general enrollment, regardless of
Color*Democratic Denunciation there of*Gov. Andrew, of Mass., raises two Black
Regiments*New York, by her Loyal League, follows the Example*Rebel employment of Negroes in War*Beau regard and Jeff. Davis on Federal arming of
Blacks*The Confederate Congress punishes it with Death*President Lincoln
threatens Retaliation*Garrett Davis, S. S. Cox & Co. denounce the arming of
Blacks*Adjt-Gen. Thomas engages in the work*His Speech at Lake Providence*Gen.
Banks's Order*Negro recruiting goes ahead*Efficiency of Black Soldiers.
The War along the Coast in 1864.
Organization of the XXXVIII th Congress*Lincoln's proffer of
Amnesty*Gillmore and Seymour in Florida*Finnegan defeats Seymour at Olustee*Rebel Salt*Works in Florida destroyed*Union Convention at
Jacksonville*Union Repulse at Bloody Bridge, S. C.*Pickett assails Newbern, N.
C.*Hoke besieges Wessells in Plymouth*The Rebel ram Aibemarle disables our
Vessels*Wessells surrenders*The Aibemarle fights our Fleet of the mouth of the
Roanoke*Is beaten off by them*Blown up by Lt. Cushinff*Plymouth retaken*Wild's
Raid into Cainden County.
Chapter XXIV. The
War beyond the Mississippi in 1864.
Banks in New Orleans*Porter's Fleet in the Mississippi*Captures
Fort De Russy*Our Army and Fleet advance to Alexandria*Both move up Red
River*Banks presses on toward Shreveport*Col. Gooding's Fight*Our Advance routed
by Kirby Smith at Sabiue Cross-Roads*Emory checks the Rebel Pursuit at Pleasant
Grove*Fierce and indecisive Battle at Pleasant Hill*Banks retreats to Grand
Ecore*Porter works and fights his way down the River*Banks fights and drives Bee
at Cane River*Return of Army and Fleet to Alexandria*Lt-Col. Bailey engineers
our Vessels over the Rapids*Union Loss of three Vessels at Dunn's Bayou*Texas
Coast nearly abandoned*Banks retreats to Simmsport*Fightat Mansura*Cotton
Operations on Red River*Steele's Advance from Little Rock*Fight at Prairie
d'Anne*Steele enters Camden*Union Disaster at Marks's Mills*Steele
retreats*Attacked by Kirby Smith at Jenkins's Ferry*Rebels repulsed*Steele,
burning his Trains, escapes to Little Rock*Gen. Carr worsts Shelby at St.
Charles*Col. Brooks fights Dobbins at Big Creek*Shelby captures the 54th
Illinois*Union State Convention in Arkansas*Steele's Inefficiency*Rosecrans in
command in Missouri*Arrests the Chiefs of the Sons of Liberty*Price's last
Invasion*Hugh Ewing withstands him at Pilot Knob*Retreats to Rolla*Rebel
uprising*Price threatens St. Louis*Appears before Jefferson City*Gen. Mower
follows him from Arkansas*Rebels capture Glasgow*Price at Lexington*Fights Blunt
on the Little Blue*Fights Curtis on the Big Blue*Escapes southward, by Little
Santa Fe*Pleasanton routs him on the Little Osage*Blunt routs him at Newtonia*Curtis chases him to Fayetteville.
Chapter XXV. Gen.
Grant's Advance on Richmond.
Grant made Lieutenant-General*His Conception of the War*Assumes
command*Army of the Potomac reorganized*Kilpatrick's Raid to Richmond*Col.
Dahlgren killed*Grant crosses the Rapidan*Battle of the Wilderness*Grant pushes
on to Spottsylvania C. H.*Heavy, indecisive fighting*Hancock storms the Enemy's
Lines, capturing Maj.*Gen. Ed. Johnson and 3,000 Men*Sheridan's Raid to
Richmond*Death of J. E. B. Stuart*Butler moves against Richmond by the James*W.
F. Smith fights D. H. Hili at Port Walthall Junction*Beauregard arrives from
Charleston*Attacks Butler on the James*More Fighting there*Kautz's first
Raid*Three Union Gunboats blown up*Grant moves by his Left to the North
Anna*Hancock and Wright across*Burnside repulsed*Fighting on both Wings*Lee's
Position impregnable*Grant moves by his Left to the Chickahoininy*Reenforced by
W. F. Smith from Butler's Position*Bloody Repulse at Cold Harbor*Sheridan's Raid
to Louisa C. H.*Grant moves by hi* Left across the James, below Richmond*Recrosses for his Overland Advance*Butler impels Gillem and Kautz
against Petersburg*W. F. Smith's Corps follows*Failures to carry it*General
Assault repulsed*Meade's costly Advance to the Weldon Railroad*Wilson's and
Kautz's expensive Raid to Burkesville*Butler pontoons the James*Sheridan fights
on the Peninsula*Miles carries an Outpost at Deep Bottom*Burnside Mine*Hancock
on our Left, Gregg on our Right, advance, and are both worsted*Warren seizes and
holds the Weldon Railroad*Hill defeats Hancock at Reams's Station*Warren
advances to and over the Squirrel Level Road*Butler assaults and carries Fort
Harrison*Field fails to retake it*Meade advances to Hatcher's Run*Egan routs
Heth*Hancock repels Wade Hampton*Hancock retires*Losses of the
West Virginia and North of the Rapidan in 1864.
Sam Jones captures Beers at Jonesville*Rosser takes
Petersburg*Averill hits him at Springfield*Sigel's defeat at Newmarket*Averill
worsted at Wytheville*Crook's Fight near Dublin Station*Hunter's victory at
Piedmont*He takes Staunton, and advances to Lynchburg*Retreats across the
Alleghanies*Early chases Sigel out of Virginia*Wallace beaten on the Monocacy*Early treatens Washington*Wright repulsed by Early*Avery worsted near
Winchester*Early defeats Crook*Chambersburg burned by McCausland*Col. Stough
routed at Old town*Sheridan appointed to command*Beats Early at Opequan*Routs
him at Fisher's Hill*Devastates the Valley*The Richmond Whig on
Retaliation*Early surprises Crook at Cedar Creek*Sheridan transforms defeat into
victory*Losses. Monocacy*Early threatens Washington
Between Virginia and the Mississippi, 1863-1864.
Phillips's Raid to Grenada*McPherson advances from Vicksburg*Forrest's
Raid to Jackson*W. T. Sherman's Advance to Meridian*Sovy Smith's Failure*Osband's
Fight at Yazoo City*Palmer's Advance to Dalton*Forrest takes Union City*Repulsed
by Hicks at Paducah*Assaults and carries Fort Pilow*Butchery after Surrender*Sturgis
routed by Forrest at Guntown*A. J. Smith worst's Forrest at Tupelo*Forrest's Raid
into Memphis*Fights at Bean's Station, Charleston, Mossy Creek, Dandridge. and
Maryville, East Tennessee*Morgan's last Raid into Kentucky*Hobson's Surrender*Burbridge
strikes Morgan at Alt. Sterling, and routs him near Cynthiana*Morgan killed*Burbridge
beaten at Saltville, Va.*Attempt on Johnson's Island.
Sherman's Atlanta Campaign.
Strength of Sherman's and Jo. Johnston's Armies*Sherman flanks
Johnston out of Dalton *Hooker takes Resaca*Jeff. C. Davis takes Rome*Fight at
Pumpkin-vine Creek*At New Hope Church*At Dallas*Allatoona Pass won*Gen. Polk
killed*Rebel Repulse at Kulp House*Sherman assaults Kenesaw, and is repulsed
with a loss of 3,000*Flanks Johnston out of it*Passes the Chattahoochee*Hood
relieves Johnston*Rousseau defeats Clanton*Hood strikes our left heavily, and is
repulsed*Strikes more heavily, and is badly worsted*Stoneman's wretched Raid to
Macon*He surrenders*Hood strikes our right at Proctor's Creek*Is badly beaten by
Howard and Logan*Kilpatrick's Raid around Atlanta*Sherman moves by his right
behind Atlanta*Howard beats Hardee at Jonesboro*J. C. Davis repeats the lesson*Hoodabandons Atlanta*Sherman enters*Orders it cleared of
inhabitants*Pillow raids to Lafayette*Wheeler to Dalton and through Southern
Tennessee*Jeff. Davis at Macon*Hood flanks Sherman*French attacks Allatoona*Corse beats him off*Hood crosses Sand Mountain*Thomas intrusted with
the defense of Tennessee*Sherman turns southward.
Chapter XXIX. The
War on the Ocean — Mobile Bay.
The Confederate Navy*Their Torpedoes*British-built
Privateers*The Sumter*The Alabama*The Florida*Seizure of the Chesapeake*The
Tallahassee*The Olustee*The Chickamauga*Capt, Collins seizes the Florida in Bahia
Harbor*Gov. Seward on Rebel belligerency*The Georgia*Fight of the Kearsarge and Alabama*Criticisms
thereon*Farragut before Mobile*Bombards and passes Fort Morgan*The Rebel ram Tennessee fights our
fleet*Is captured*Fort Powell blown up*Fort Gaines surrenders*Fort Morgan succumbs*Mobile sealed up.
Chapter XXX. Political
Mutations and Results — Presidential Canvass of 1864.
State Elections reflect the varying phases of the War*Kentucky Unionism*Lincoln to
Hodges*Lincoln at Gettysburg*Fremont nominated for President*Radical Plattbim*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 Depreciation*Peace Overtures at Niagara and at
Richmond*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 XXXVIII the Confess*Lincoln's last
Message*Slavery prohibited by Constitutional Amendment*Peace Overtures at Richmond,
and Negotiations in Hampton Roads*Lincoln's
Chapter XXXI. Hood's
Forrest's last Raid*Captures Athens, Ala.*Is chased out of Tennessee by
Rousseau*Hood presses Gordon Granger at Decatur*Crosses the Tennessee at
Flerence*Thomas retires on Nashville*Hood follows*Fighting at Duck River and at Spring
Hill*Schofield makes stand at Franklin*Bloody drawn battle*Heavy Rebel loss*Pat. Cleburne killed*Thomas strong in Nashville*Fights around
Murtreesboro'*A Cold Week*Thomas assumes the Offensive*Steedman strikes on our
left*A. J.Smith, Johnson, and Wilson
on our right*Col. Post storms Montgomery Hill*T. J. Wood and A. J Smith carry first line of
Rebel defenses*Overton's Hill stormed and taken*Rebels routed and pursued to Franklin*Their
losses*Hood chased across the Tennessee*Lyon's feeble Raid*Stoneman in East
Tennessee*Gillem routs Duke, and then Vaughn*Breckinridge driven into North
Carolina*Saltville captured*Thomas's Captures*Hood relieved.
His Army in Northern Georgia*Concentrated at Atlanta*He moves
southward*Fight at Lovejoy's*Kilpatric before Macon*Slocum at Milledgeville*Howard
at Sandersville*Kilpatrick at Waynesboro'*Fights Wheeler*Blair at Milieu*Hazen at
Statesboro'*Fight at the Ogcechee*Blair crosses at Fort Argyle*Slocum crosses at
Louisville*Shei man approaches Savannah*Hazen storms Fort McAllister*Sherman hears from Foster and
Dahlgren*Starts for Hilton Head*Hardee evacuates*Savannah*Sherman's losses and captures in
Georgia*Correspondence with Lincoln*Dana's, Davidson's, and Grierson's Raids*Grierson's Victory at Egypt*Hatch worsted at Honey Hill*Foster occupies
Pocotaligo*Sherman enters South Carolina*Pushes for the Edisto*Horrible
Roads*Fight near Branchville*Kilpatrick at Aiken*Blair fights and wins near
Orangeburg*Fight at the Congaree*Hood's remnant, under Cheaiham, pats our
left*Columbia surrendered*Great Conflagration*Sherman's and Wade Hampton's accountsof
it*Hardee evacuates Charleston and its defenses*Pollard's account of its
devastation*Our Flag raised on Forts Sumter, Ripley, and Pinckey*Sherman's
Foraging*His Bummers'*Fight at Williston's Station*Atkins's repulse*Sherman at
Winusboro'*Blair at Cheraw*Occupies Fayetteville, N. C.*Hampton surprise*Kilpatrick*Is beaten
off*Slocum attacked by Hardee at Averysboro'*Rebels recoil*Jo. Johnston strikes Slocum at
Bentonville*Indecisive Fighting*Johnston decamps*Sherman enters Gotdsboro'*Butler and Weitzel's
Expedition to Fort Fisher*The Powder Ship*Porter's Bombardment*Butler returns to the
James*Grant dissatisfied*Expedition sent back under Terry*Fort Fisher
invested*Bombarded by the Fleet*The Sailors'assault*Re-pulsed*Gen. Ames assaults from the land side*Desperate
Fighting*The Fort carried*Losses*Explosion of Magazine*Gen. Schofid
on Wilmington*Fight at Town Creek*Fort Anderson evacuated*Hoke retreats*Burns
Vessels and Stores*Wilmington given up*Advance to Kinston*Upham surprised at Southwest
Creek*Hoke strikes out*Is repulsed, and retreats*Schofield entersGoldsboro.
Repossession of Alabama.
Wilson at Eastport, Miss.*Crosses the
Tennessee, and moves southward*Routs Roddy at Montevailo*Hurriers Forrest
from Boyle's Creek*Charges over the defenses of Selma, and taken 2,700
Prisoners*Montgomery surrenders*Lagransge routs Buford*Wilson takes Columbus, Ga.,
by Assault*Lagmnge charges and captures Fort Tyler*Wilson in Macon*Cuxton captures
Tuskaloosa*Zigzags to Macon*Canby in New Orleans*Advances
on Mobile*Steele moves up from Pensacola*Routs Clanton at Mitchell's
Creek*Spanish Fort besieged*Its garrison driven out*Desperate assault on
Blakely*The Works carried, with 3,000 prisoner*Mobile evacuated*Fate of the
ram W. H. Webb.
Richmond — End of the War.
Grant passive*Rebel attempt to arm Negroes*Warren's advance to the
Meherrin*Raid of the Rebel gunboats-Fight at
Dabney's Mill*Our left on Hatcher's Rim*Rosser's Raid to Beverly*Capture
of Kelly and Crook*Sheridan up the Valley*Annihilates Early at Waynesboro*Captures
Chariottesville*Failsto cross the James above Richmond*Crosses below, and
reaches Grant*Gordon surprises Fort Steedman*Is repulsed at Fort
Haskell*Surrender of 2, 000 Rebels*Meade counter-as-saults*Grant directs a
General Advance by our left*Griffin's Fight at the White Oak Road*Sheridan
advances to Five Forks*Falls back to Dinwiddie C. H*Lee strikes Warren
heavily*Is successful, but finally stopped*Sheridan again pushed back to
Dinwiddie C. H*Repels his assailants*Warren hurried to his support*Rebels rcoil*Sheridan again advances to Five Forks, and attacks*Warren's corps ordered
to strike Enemy's left flank*Combined Attack completely successful*Pickett
routed and driven westward*Warren superseded by Sheridan*Our guns reopen on
Petersburg*General assault along our front*Forts Gregg and Alexander
carried*Miles dislodges the enemy at Sutherland's Depot*Longstreet joins Lee*Heth repulsed*A. P. Hill killed*Lee notifies Davis that Richmond must be
evacuated*The Confederacy fires and quits that City*Weitzel enters it
unopposed*Captures of prisoners and arms*The news flashed over the loyal
States*Universal rejoicings*Connecticut Election*Petersburg abandoned*Lee
concentrates at Chesterfield C. H*Sheridan heads him off from Danville, at
Jetersville*Davies strikes his train at Paine's Cross-Roads*Lee hastening
westward*Crook strikes him in flank*Is repulsed*Custer strikes his train at
Sailor's Creek, and destroyes 400 wagons*Ewell cut off, and, after a fight,
compelled to surrender*Ord strikes Lee's van near Farmville*Is repulsed, and
Gen. Read killed*Lee crosses the Appomattox at Farmville*His Desperate
Condition*Grant proposes a surrender*Humphreys attack Lee, and is bloodily
repulsed*Lee resumes his fight*Sheridan heads him at Appomattox C. H*Last Charge
of the Army of Virginia*Correspondence between Lee and Grant*Lee
Surrenders*Parting with his Soldiers*His Army dissolved.
Chapter XXXV. Death
of President Lincoln — Peace.
The President at City Point*He enters Richmond*Letters to
Weitzel*Recruting stopped*Celebration at Fort Sumter*The President assassinated
by J. Wilkes Booth*Gov. Seward murderously assaulted by Payne Powell*Accession
of Andrew Johnson to the Presidency*Offers rewards for arrest of Jefferson Davis
and others*Stoneman's Raid into North Carolina*Sherman's Arrangement with Jo.
Johnston*Repudiated by the Government*Reasons therefor*Johnston surrenders*Dick
Taylor ditto*Dissolution of the Confederacy*Fight and Capture of Davis*Kirby
Smith's voice still for War*Sheridan's Expedition*The Rebellion's final
collapse*Career of the Shenandoah*Grant's Parting Address to his
Soldiers*Dissolution of our Armies.
APPENDED NOTES*ANALYTICAL INDEX
ILLUSTRATIONS OF VOL. II
1. Lieut-Gen. ULYSSES S. GRANT*2. Major-Gen. WILLIAM T. SHERMAN*3. Major-Gen. PHILIP H.
SHERIDAN*4. Major-Gen. GEORGE G. MEADE*5. Major-Gen. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK*6. Major-Gen. OLIVER O.
HOWARD*7. Major-Gen. ALFRED H. TERRY*8. Major-Gen.
FRANK P. BLAIR*9. Major-Gen. NATHANIEL P. BANKS*10. Major-Gen. SAMUEL R. CURTIS*11. Major-Gen. QUINCY A.
GILLMORE*12. Major-Gen. GEORGE H. THOMAS.
13. EDWIN D. MORGAN, of N. York*14. WILLIAM SPRAGUE, of R. I.*15. RICHARD YATES, of Illinois*16. THOS. C. FLETCHER, of
Missouri*17. CHARLES S. OLDEN, of N. Jersey*18. ALEX. W. RANDALL, of Wise*19. AUSTIN BLAIR, of Michigan*20. JOHN
BROUGH, of Ohio*21. WM. A. BUCKINGHAM, of Conn*22. OLIVER P. MORTON, of Indiana*23. JOHN A. ANDREW, of
Mass*24. SAMUEL CONY, of Maine*25. ANDREW G. CURTIN, of Perm.
EMINENT UPHOLDERS IN CONGRESS OF THE WAR
26. BENJAMIN F. WADE, of Ohio*27. ZACHARIAH CHANDLER, of
Mich*28. HENRY S. LANE, of
Indiana*29. LYMAN TRUMBULL, of Illinois*30. ELIHU B. WASHBURNE, of Illinois*31. WILLIAM D. KELLEY, of
Penna*32. HENRY WINTER
DAVIS, of Md*33. REUBEN E. FENTON, of N. York*34. GEORGE W. JULIAN,
of Indiana*35. JOHN A. KASSON, of Iowa*36. JOHN P. HALE, of N. Hampshire*37. ROSCOE
CONKLING, of New York,
38. Major-Gen. Wm. S.
ROSECRANS*39. Major-Gen. FRANZ
SIGEL*40. Major-Gen. GODFREY WEITZEL*41. Major-Gen. JAMES B. STEEDMAN*42. Major-Gen. GORDON
GRANGER*43. Major-Gen. E. R. S.
CANBY*44. Major-Gen. JUDSON
KILPATRICK*45. Major-Gen. P. J. OSTERHAUS*46. Major-Gen. ALFRED
PLEASANTON*47. Major-Gen. CARL SCHURZ*48. Brig-Gen. THOS. F. MEAGHER*49. Com. JOHN A. WINSLOW
OUR HEROIC DEAD.
50. Major-Gen. JOHN SEDGWICK*51. Major-Gen. ISAAC I. STEVENS*52. Brig.-Gen. EDWARD D.
BAKER*53. Brig.-Gen. GEORGE D. BAYARD*54. Major-Gen. PHILIP KEARNY855. Major-Gen. JOHN F.
REYNOLDS856. Major-Gen. ORMSBY M. MITCHEL857.
Major-Gen. JAS. S. WADSWORTH858. Major-Gen. JAS. B. MCPHERSON859. Major-Gen. EDWIN Y.
SUMNER*60. Brig.-Gen. FRED. W. LANDER*61. Brig.-Gen. NATHANIEL LYON.
PRESIDENT, NEW CABINET, &c.
62. ANDREW JOHNSON, President*63. LAFAYETTE S. FOSTER. Vice-President*64. HUGH
McCULLOCH.Secretary of the
Treasury*65. JAMES HARLAN, Sec. Interior*66. WILLIAM DENNISON. Postmaster-General*67. JAMES SPEED, Attorney-General.68. SCHUYLER COLFAX.Speaker of the House of
STEVENS. Chairman Com.
on Ways and Means, House of Reps*70. JOHN
SHERMAN. Committee on Finance, Senate*71. HENRY WILSON. Chairman Committie on Military Affairs,
Senate*72. GEN. ROBERT C. SCHENCK.Chairman Committie on Military Affairs, House of
Reps*73. WILLIAM PITT FESSENDEN. Ex-Secretary of the Treasury.
FIGHT OF THE MERRIMAC AND MONITOR IN HAMPTON ROADS*VIEW OF FREDERICKSBURG*VIEW OF CUMBERLAND GAP*FORT SUMTER REPOSSESSED BY THE UNION.
BATTLE-FIELD OF PEA RIDGE*BATTLE-FIELD OF MILL SPRING*FORTS HENRY AND
DONELSON*NEW MADRID AND ISLAND No. 10*PITTSBURG
LANDING—SHILOH*ROANOKE ISLAND—CROATAN SOUND*NEWBERN AND NEUSE RIVER*NEW ORLEANS AND ITS DEFENSES*PORT HUDSON
BESIEGED BY BANKS*FREDERICKSBURG—BURNSIDE, LEE*CHANCELLORSVILLE—HOOKER, LEE*WINCHESTER, VA., AND VICINITY*GETTYSBURG—FIRST DAY'S FIGHT*GETTYSBURG—FINAL ASSAULT*MINE RUN AND THE RAPID AN*CHATTANOOGA,
CHICKAMAUGA, &c.*EAST TENNESSEE—KNOXVILLE, &c.*FORT PULASKI—GILLMORE'S SIEGE*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 SECOND BULL RUN*SOUTH MOUNTAIN—TURNER'S AND
CRAMPTON'S GAPS*HARPER'S FERRY*ANTIETAM, OR SHARPSBURG*PERRYVILLE, OR CHAPLIN'S CREEK*IUKA*CORINTH—DEFEAT OF VAN DORN*STONE RIVER, OR
MURFREESBORO*SECESSIONVILLE, S. C*CHARLESTON, S. C., AND ITS
DEFENSES*RED RIVER REGION, ALEXANDRIA, &c.*THE WILDERNESS—GRANT, LEE*SPOTTSYLVANIA C. H. AND
VICINITY*LEE AT BAY
ON THE NORTH ANNA*COLD HARBOR AND ITS VICINITY*RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG*DEFENSES OF WASHINGTON CITY*SHERIDAN IN THE VALLEY OF
TO ATLANTA*MOBILE BAY AND ITS DEFENSES*FRANKLIN, TENN.—HOOD'S FIGHT*NASHVILLE, TENN.—THOMAS, HOOD*SHERMAN'S MARCH TO THE SEA*SHERMAN'S
MARCH THROUGH SOUTH CAROLINA*THE YAZOO
REGION*VICKSBURG, JACKSON, YAZOO CITY*WILMINGTON, N. C.—FORT FISHER*LEE'S
RETREAT—APPOMATTOX C. H.
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