Battles and Leaders of the Civil War ...: Being for the Most Part Contributions by Union and Confederate Officers. Based Upon "The Century War Series.", Volume 1

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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buel
Century Company, 1887 - United States
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Contents

FROM MOULTRIE TO SUMTER GENERAL ABNER DOUBLED AY
40
CHARLESTON HARBOR AND VICINITY SOUTH CAROLINA
44
SHILOH REVIEWED GENERAL DON CARLOS BUELL
48
INSIDE SUMTER IN 61 CAPTAIN JAMES CHESTER
50
THE FIRST STEP IN THE WAR GENERAL STEPHEN D LEE
74
WAR PREPARATIONS IN THE NORTH GENERAL JACOB D COX
84
THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT AT MONT
99
DAVIDSON J
111
EASTERN VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND
113
McCLELLAN IN WEST VIRGINIA GENERAL JACOB D COX
126
CAMPAIGNS IN WEST VIRGINIA 1861
129
GAULEY BRIDGE AND VICINITY WEST VIRGINIA
142
GOING TO THE FRONT Recollections of a Private IVARREN LEE GOSS
149
VIRGINIA SCENES IN 6i MRS BURTON HARRISON
160
McDOWELLS ADVANCE TO BULL RUN GENERAL JAMES B FRY
167
DEFENSES OF WASHINGTON D C JULY 1861
172
OUTLINE MAP OF THE FIRST BULL RUN BATTLEFIELD
180
THE OPPOSING ARMIES AT THE FIRST BULL RUN Table of Strength Composition
194
TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF THE FIRST BULL RUN BATTLEFIELD
204
INCIDENTS OF THE FIRST BULL RUN GENERAL JOHN D IMBODEN
229
PLAN OF THE FIRST BULL RUN BATTLEFIELD
233
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE FIRST BULL RUN GENERAL JOSEPH E JOHNSTON
240
GENERAL EWELL AT BULL RUN MAJOR CAMPBELL BROWN
259
OPERATIONS IN MISSOURI 1861
263
WILSONS CREEK LEXINGTON AND PEA RIDGE
271
IN COMMAND IN MISSOURI GENERAL JOHN C FREMONT
278
WILSONS CREEK AND THE DEATH OF LYON GENERAL WILLIAM M IVHERRY
289
BATTLE OF WILSONS CREEK OR OAK HILLS MISSOURI
290
ARKANSAS TROOPS IN THE BATTLE 1 w _ OF WILSONS CREEK J GENERAL N B PHARCE
298
THE FLANKING COLUMN AT WILSONS CREEK GENERAL FRANZ SIGEL
304
AITKEN PETER
308
SIEGE OF LEXINGTON MISSOURI
309
THE PEA RIDGE CAMPAIGN GENERAL FRANZ SIGEL
314
UNION AND CONFEDERATE INDIANS rAOE IN THE C VIL WAR WILEY BUTTON 335
335
BARTLE G
337
BIG SANDY RIVER AND MIDDLECREEK BATTLEFIELD KENTUCKY
394
THE CAPTURE OF FORT DONELSON GENERAL LEW WALLACE
398
FORT DONELSON TENNESSEE
402
THE OPPOSING FORCES AT FORT DONELSON TENN Composition Strength and Losses
429
REGION OF THE OPERATIONS OF THE WESTERN FLOTILLA
436
Page 11710th line For Alfred Barbour read Alfred Cullom so printed in part of the edition read
438
ELLET AND HIS STEAMRAMS AT MEMPHIS GENERAL ALFRED W ELLET
453
SAWING OUT THE CHANNEL ABOVE ISLAND NUMBER TEN COLONEL J W BISSELL
460
CORRECTED LINE OF THE CHANNEL ABOVE ISLAND NUMBER TEN
461
For execution of John Brown at Harpers
466
THE FIELD OF SHILOH From General Grants Personal Memoirs
470
LOCATION OF THE UNION CAMPS AT SHILOH 496497
496
THE FIELD OF SHILOH From the Official Map revised and amended by Gen D 0 Buell 502503
502
OFFICIAL OR THOM MAP OF SHILOH
508
SKIRMISHING IN SHERMANS FRONT ROBERT IV MEDKIRK
537
KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE
545
MAP USED BY THE CONFEDERATE GENERALS AT SHILOH
551
THE CAMPAIGN OF SHILOH GENERAL G T BEAUREGARD
569
NOTES OF A CONFEDERATE STAFFOFFICER GENERAL THOMAS JORDAN
594
THE SHILOH BATTLE ORDER AND THE
606
ROUTES BY WHICH GENERAL GRANT WAS REENFORCED AT PITTSBURG LANDING
608
Puge 175 note For McReua regiment read McRaes Same 2d column first extract For Major Hays read
609
EARLY COAST OPERATIONS IN NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL RUSH C HAWKINS
632
EARLY COAST OPERATIONS IN NORTH CAROLINA
634
OPERATIONS AT ROANOKE ISLAND NORTH CAROLINA
641
BATTLE OF NEW BERNE NORTH CAROLINA
651
THE BURNS1DE EXPEDITION GENERAL A E BURNSIDE
660
THE OPPOSING FORCES AT ROANOKE ISLAND AND NEW BERNE NORTH CAROLINA
670
THE OPPOSING FORCES AT PORT ROYAL Composition and Losses
691
Page 239 14th line from the top also page 261
695
WATCHING THE MERRIMAC GENERAL R E COLSTON
712
NOTES ON THE MONITORMERRIMAC FIGHT SURGEON DINWIDDIE B PHILLIPS
718
THE BUILDING OF THE MONITOR CAPTAIN JOHN ERICSSON
730
THE LOSS OF THE MONITOR FRANCIS B BUTTS
745
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