The Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War in the United States of America, Volume 2

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T. Belknap, 1880 - United States
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Contents

ILLUSTRATIONS
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TailPieceBrokeN SHAckles
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MILITARY OPERATIONS IN MISSOURI AND RENTUCKY
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HeadQUARTERs AT CAMP Dick Robinson
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Foet LAFAYETTR 146 146 Method or Carrying A Shell
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INITIAL LETTERLion on DEck 150 1 47 Porth Art of Schuyler HAMILTON
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For Agers At Work 150 148 Constructing the CANAL
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Portrait of E O C Oed 151 149 The CARoxDELET
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Ben McCullochs ProclamationPrices Appeal to the Missourians 66 Lexington fortifiedPrice attacks
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Fort WARREN 155 151 MAGAZINE opposite Island NUMBER
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Porth Ait of John Bright 159 152 ANCIENT MoRTAR
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Porth Art of Lord Lyons 164 153 MAP of The OPERATIONs of Pope
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Porte Art of Cotſ NT MERCIER 165 Foote
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Portrait of Louis M Goldsborough 166 154 ConFEDERATE HEADQuARTERs Island
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Porte Ait of AMBROSE E BURNSIDE 168 155 GRAND JUNCTion Mississippi
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Pont RAIT of BENJAMIN HUGER 169 156 Portrait of SAMUEL R CURTIs
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The ATTAck on Roanoke IslandMAP 171 157 Ponth AIT of EARL WAN DortN
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172 15S Porth Art of ALExANDER As Both
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BURNSIDEs HEADQUARTERs 174 159 BATTLEFIEld of PEA RIDGEMAP
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175 160 TAILPieceUNFIT for DUTY
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Portrait of C F LYNcil 176 161 IN ITIAL LETTERForest Scex
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HAwki Ns Zor Avrs 177 162 Portrait of Charles FERGU sox SMITH
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INITIAL LETTERWATEEFALL 179 164 Silii oh MEETINGIIous E
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Portrait of HENRY WAGER HALLEck 180 165 Porth Art of JAMEs S NEGLEY
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Portrait of HENRY H Sibley 1S6 166 Fort NEGLEY
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ONE of SIBLEYs Tex As RANGERs 1ST 167 Porth AIT or ORMs by M Mitch
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Art of A Sid NEY JoiiNston 189 16S RUINs of Shiloh MEETINGHouse
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Buſ ELLs HEADQUARTERS At Louisville 190 169 Portrait of BRAxton BRAGG
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Art of W J HARDEE
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Porth AIT of DoN CARLos BUELL 192 171 Pick Ets ox DUTY
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MAP of the BATTLE of MILL SPRINGs 194 172 Portrait of B M Prentiss
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ARMY Forg E 195 173 Portrait of Ulysses S GRANT
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ERN KENtuckyMAP 197 175 Portrait of STEPHEN A HURLBUT
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PLAN or THE Fortifications At Columbus 176 Position of The NAtionAL Troops IN THE MAP 198 BATTLE of ShilohMAP
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Footes Flotill A 199 177 MULES CARRYING Wou NDED MEN
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113 PLAN of Fort HENRY 201 178 BURNING Horses NEAR Pittsburg LANDING
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PontRAIT or A H Foote 202 179 CoN FEDERATE Hospital At MoxTEREY
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Torp Edo 202 180 OUR HostEss At Shi Lori
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INTERioh of Fort HENRY 203 181 Our LodgiNGPLACE ON The FIFLD
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TAiLPieceDELivery of A Sword 205 Shiloh
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INITIAL LETTERSEAL of TENNESSEE 206 182 EFFECTs of A Siiot NEAR Shiloh MEETING
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A MortARBoAT 207 Hous E
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Route FROM Fort HENRY to Fort DoNEL 183 TAILPIECEBrok EN ARMs so NMAP 208 184 INITIAL LETTERSha TTERED THEEs
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Low ER WATER BATTERY Fort DoNEI soN 209 185 BEAUREGARDs HEADQUARTERs AT CorINTH
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BIRGEs Sii ArpShootert 210 186 CABIN of A Hospital STEAMER on
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GRANTs HEADQUARTERs Fort Dox Elson 211 TENN Esser Piv Ee
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Position of the GUNBoATS IN THE AT 187 FARMINGTON MEETINGHouse TAck ox Fort DoNElson 213 18S Cori Ntil AFTER THE Evacuat...
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AIt of Bush Rod R Johnston 214 1S9 The SIEGE of CoRINth
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PortRAIt of Jolix A McCLERNAND 215 190 HALLEcks HEADQUARTERs AT Cokixth
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The GRAves of THE ILLINois Troops 217 191 Porth AIT of CII ARLEs ELLET
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CAMP Doug LAS 220 192 ELLETs STERNWii EEL
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CONTENTS
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HALLEcks Sword 222 196 INITIAL LETTERSEAL of GEorgia
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WIEw At Fort Don ELSON 22S 197 OPERATIoss N EAR NEw BERNEMAr
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TAILPIECEBoMBSHELL 229 198 BURNSIDEs HEADQUARTERs At
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INITIAL LETterSEAL of ARKANSAs 230 BERNE
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Bow LING GREEN AFTER THE Evacuation 230 t Col YERs HEADQUARTEEs
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vor AND its Vicinity 232 200 WIEw At The LANDING AT Morehead City
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13S CApitol At NABhvi Li E 234 202 Fort M Acox IN 1864
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ToniEdors 287 MAP
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INFERNAL MAciiiNE 237 204 A Block ADERUNNER
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143 A CANNoN TRUck 240 206 ChrvauxdeFrise
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NINChi MortArt 241 207 Portit Art of QUINCY A GILMorr
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Island No TEN AND ITS DEFENsksMAP 242 208 S1EGE of Fort PULAskiMAP PAGE
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THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC THE TRENT AFFAIR CAPTURE OF ROANOKE ISLAND
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Position of the Armies in the Mississippi ValleyGeneral Halleck in command of the Department ofMis
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CHAPTER IV
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BREACH r Pulaski
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Fort Clinh
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Fort MARio N
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Portrait of Edwin M STANToN
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Fort MAss Achusetts on Ship Is LAND
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TAILPieceRUINs of the Steamer NAsh WILLE
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IN Iti AL LETTERSEAL or Louisian A
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Air of DAvid D Porter
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The Louisian A
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21S MoRTAR WEssels Disguised 219 Arrack ox the FortsMAP
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Porth Art of Theodorus BAILEY
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for a Sortie 214 Severe Battle on the National RightGeneral Lewis Wallace hastens to McClernands
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She apx El Shell
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Tiir HArtford
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Portrait or Cli ARLEs Boggs
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View of the QuARANTINE GROUNDs
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The MANAss As
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CAMP Chest
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INITIAL LETTERSEAL of WIEGINIA
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Porth AIT of Montgomrry C MEig8
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Art of Georg E Stone MAN
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Advance of National Troops on Bowling Green 280Panic in NashvilleGovernor Harris crazy with Amright
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INTERior of the Monitors TURRET
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Portrait of John Ericsson
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MAsit Ed Bolt
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N the Monitor AND MER RiMAck IN HAMPTON Roads
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Porth Art of Jolix L WoRDEN
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245 Porte Art of FREDERick W LANDER
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Ponte AIt of NATHANIEl P BANKs
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Exodus of SLAves
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Porte Ait of JAMEs Shields
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MAGRUDErs HEADQUARTERs At Yorktown
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McClella Ns IIEADQUARTEEs
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Scex E AT WAR wick CourtHouse
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TAILPIEcEGABioNs 253 Initial LETTER
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PAR is H Chu Roil IN 1866
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Tokpedo 7 Excelsion Brigade
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N Yorktown AND WIL Li Axis urg
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Site of the DAM
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BATTLE of WilliamsburgMAP
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W Ests House
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The MoDERN Wiiite House
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McCLELLANs HEADQUARTERs at Cool Arbor
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Wools LANDINGPLAck At OCEAN WIEw
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JAcksoxs Note to Ewki L
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H AND GRENADE
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Porte Art of A Elzy
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UNIox Cilurcil At Choss KEYs
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VirginiaMAP
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TailPiecePUNisiiMENTS IN CAMP
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Ixitial LETTERGuidePosts AN ARMoRED Lookout PAGE 819 820 322 324 826
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Grant and his victorious ArmyExpedition up the Tennessee River planned 261 Grants Army on Trans
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SITE of NEw BRIDGE ELLlsoNs Mill Portrait of FitzJohn Port ER Portrait of SILAs CASEY Politit AIT of HENRY M NAGLEE BATTLEFIEL...
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Battle of the Seven PINEs and Fate OAksMAP
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Hookers HEADQuarters
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operations IN southERN TENNESSEE AND NorthERN Mississippi AND ALABAMA
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It UINs of GAIN Ess Mills Porth Art of Erasmus D KEYs MechANicsville Bridge over the Chicka HOM NY
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HEADQuArters NEAR Cool Arbor
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Whites TAVERN
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Wirew from MAlv Ebn Hills 305 BATTERY AND CHURCh ToweR on JAMEs Island
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McCLELLANs HEADQUARTERs At Yokk
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Town 307 INITIAL LETTER
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Portrait of SAMUEL D Sturgis
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Porth Ait of SAMUEL W CRAwford
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Popes HEADQUARTERs NEAR CEDAR MoUN TA in
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CATLETTs STATION 312 Porth AIT of W M B FRANKLIN
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Thorough FARE GAP
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Portrait of ABNER Doubled AY
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Porth Art of Philip KEARNEY
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MoxUMENT AND BATTLEGround NFAR Grov Eton
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818
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INiti AL LETTERSEAll of MA prl
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Porth Ait of BARBARA FRiptoliik
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BARBARA FRIEtchi Es House
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Portrait of Alf RED Pleasa Nton
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Wises House South MoUNTAIN BATTLE Ground
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THE CAPTURE OF NEW ORLEANs
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HARPERs FEREYMAP
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McClell ANs HEApQUARTERs
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Sig NAL STATION on Red Hills
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Cii UEchi
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30 View or THE AN IETAM BATTLEGround 3 31 Porth AIT or WIN Field S HAN cock 332 Tii E BURNsinz Bridge
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BATTLE of ANTIETAMMAP
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Plan for the Capture of New OrleansPorters Mortar Fleet 828The Defenses of New Orleans 829Confl
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SUMNzits HEADQuARTElts FARMERs BANK FREDERicksburg
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Continued Inaction of the Grand Army of the Potomac 853Impatience of the President and the People 854
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The Confederates evacuate Yorktown 377 Pursuit of the FugitivesConfederate Works at Williamsburg
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CHAPTER XVI
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Naval Attack on Drewrys Bluff 402 The Army of the Potomac on the Chickahominy 403 Skirmish
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CHAPTER XVII
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LEEs INvAsion of MARYLAND AND His RETREAT TowARD RICHMOND
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CHAPTER XIX
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EVENTS WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI AND IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE
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CHAPTER XXI
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The Army of the Cumberland rests at MurfreesboroMeeting of the Thirtyseventh Congress 554 Confisca
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Grants Army reorganized 583Projected Canal near Wicksburg 584 Digging of the Canal 585 Another
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SIEGE AND CAPTURE OF WICKSBURG AND PORT HUDSON
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Position on DeckMBER 81stMAP 544 435 CAvrLIFE IN WIcksburg
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The National Troops in Danger 615 Preparations to storm the Works at WicksburgAn Attack 616Second
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