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Shenandoah Valley, Va.—Cont'd.
  Campaign, Aug. 7-Nov. 28, 1864—
    Sketches................84,22-36; 85,6-40
    Smithfield Crossing, W. Va.,
      Aug 29, 1864.......................82,7
    Theater of operations..............69,1,2
    Tom's Brook, Va., Oct. 9,
      1864...............................69,3
    Welch's (or Flowing)
      Spring, W. Va., Aug. 21,
      1864...............................82,6
    Winchester, Va., Sept. 19,
      1864.........................69,2; 99,1
  Operations in, May 15-June 17,
      1862—

    Army of the Valley District,
      routes and positions...............85,1
    Cross Keys, Va., June 8,
      1862.................21,12; 42,4; 111,2
    Front Royal, Va., May 23,
      1862................................5,5
    Port Republic, Va., June
      8-9, 1862..........................85,5
    Winchester, Va., May 25,
      1862...............................85,2
  Operations in, June 23-Aug. 3,
      1864:
    Army of Northern Virginia,
      2d Corps, routes and posi-
      tions..............................81,4
    Cavalry, Valley District,
      routes and positions, July
      29-Aug. 8, 1864....................82,3
    Harper's Ferry, W. Va., July
      4-7, 1864....................82,1; 83,5
    Martinsburg, W. Va., July
      25, 1864...........................82,2
    Sketches................84,12,14,15,20,21
    Stephenson's Depot, Va.,
      July 20, 1864......................83,6
  Rude's Hill, Va., March 7, 1865.......84,11
  Staunton to Winchester, Va.............94,2

Shepherdstown, W. Va....................25,6;
                27,1; 28,1; 29,1,2; 43,7; 69,
                 1; 74,1; 81,4; 82,5; 85,1,7;
                  100,1; 116,2; 135-A; 136,E6
  Action, Aug. 25, 1864..................82,5

Shepherdsville, Ky..............135-A; 151,G9
Shiloh, N.C............................138,D2
Shiloh, Tenn...........................10,10;
          12,4; 13,1; 14,2; 24,3; 78,3,6; 98,
               4; 118,1; 149,C2; 153,G12; 171

  Battle of, April 6-7, 1862...........10,10;
                       12,4; 13,1; 14,2; 98,4
Ship Island, Miss......................135-A;
                         147,F1; 156,D13; 171

Ship's Gap, Ga.........48,1; 57,2; 62,1; 88,2
Shirley, Va.........17,1; 20,1; 22,1; 100,1,2

Shoal Creek, Ala.............118,1; 149,E6,F7
Shoal Creek, Mo................119,1; 161,A12
Shoal Creek, Tenn.......................24,3;
                                117,1; 149,C4

Sicily Island, La......................155,E5
Sick and Wounded:
  Care of, and means of transpor-
    tation................................174
Sidney Johnston, Fort, Ala.:
  Plan..................................107,5
Sierra de Datil, N. Mex..................98,1

Sikeston, Mo...................117,1; 153,C10
Sill, Fort, Tenn.:
  Plan..................................113,7
Silver Run, N.C............80,8; 86,7; 138,F5

Silver Spring, Tenn.....................24,3;
                          30,2; 118,1; 150,G6
Simkins, Battery, S.C..............4,1; 131,1
Simpson's Creek, W. Va................140,E11

Simpsonville, Ky...............118,1; 151,F10
Sims' House, Tenn..................34,3; 35,7
Simsport, La............................52,1;
                        135-A; 155,H4; 156,A4

Sioux Expedition, Dak. Ter., June
    16-Sept. 13, 1863:
  Big Mound, Jul. 24, 1863...............33,4
  Dead Buffalo Lake, July 26, 1863.......33,5
  Theater of operations..................33,2
Sipsey Creek, Ala................76,1; 149,F6
Sir John's Run, W. Va...................27,1;
                                 84,15; 135-A

Sister's Ferry, Ga......................76,2;
                   79,3; 80,1; 120,2; 144,E10
Slash Church, Va.........................81,3
Slatersville, Va........................16,1;
                      17,1; 19,3; 92,1; 100,1

Slaughter House, Va..........42,2; 45,1; 87,2
Slaughter's Mountain, Va.........42,2; 85,3,4
  Battle of, Aug. 9, 1862.  See
    Cedar Mountain, Va.
Smithfield, N.C...................76,2; 80,9;
                 86,8,16; 117,1; 118,1; 135-A

Smithfield, W. Va.......................27,1;
                43,7; 69,1; 74,1; 81,4; 82,7;
                85,1,9; 100,1; 116,2; 140,D12

Smithfield Crossing, W. Va.........74,1; 82,7
  Engagement, Aug. 29, 1864..............82,7
Smith, Fort, Ark........................47,1;
              54,1; 66,1; 135-A; 159,A10; 171

Smith House, Ky..........................24,2
Smith's Bridge Road, Miss................25,1
Smithsburg, Md..........................27,1;
                                116,2; 136,D7
Smith's Cross-Roads, Tenn...............24,3;
                        118,1; 135-A; 149,B11
Smith's Island, N.C.:

  Defenses........................51,4; 132,4
Smith's Mills, Ky..............150,B3; 151,G4
Smith's Store, Va.......................20,1;
                           21,9; 74,1; 100,2;

Smithville, Ark............135-A; 153,F5; 171
Smithville, Mo........................161,B10
Smithville, N.C.........76,2,4; 105,8; 118,1;
                 132,1,3; 135-A; 139,D10; 171

Smithville, Tenn........................24,3;
                   30,2; 118,1; 135-A; 150,H8
Smoky Hill, Kans........................119,1
Smoky Hill Fork, Kans..............135-A; 171

Smoky Hill River, Kans..........119,1; 161,C2
Snake Creek Gap, Ga...................57,1-3;
                        63,4; 88,2; 101,4,6,8
Snake River, Wash. Ter..................120,1

Snapfinger Creek, Ga....................60,1;
               71,1; 144,A1; 148,A14; 149,H14
Snead's Ferry, N.C....................139,A11
Sneedville, Tenn.......................118,1;

Snicker's Ferry, Va.........69,1; 85,1; 100,1
Snicker's Gap, Va........................7,1;
               25,6; 43,7; 74,1; 81,4; 136,F6

Snickersville, Va..................7,1; 25,6;
             27,1; 85,1; 100,1; 116,2; 136,F6
Snow Hill, N.C............91,3; 135-A; 138,F8

Snow Hill, Tenn................117,1; 149,C11
Snyder's Bluff, Miss.........27,2; 36,1; 51,1
Socorro, N. Mex.........................54,1;
                             98,1; 120,1; 171

Solomon's Gap, Md........................42,1
Somerset, Ky.............................9,2;
                118,1; 135-A; 141,H1; 150,D11
  Vicinity of, 1861.......................9,2

Somerton, Va....................93,1; 138,A10
Somerville, Ala...........76,1; 117,1; 149,E6
Somerville, Tenn.......................117,1;
                          135-A; 154,A12; 171

Somerville, Va............................8,1
Somerville Ford, Va...........22,5; 23,4; 43,
             7; 45,1; 74,1; 81,1; 87,4; 100,1

Sorrel Bayou, La.........................23,8
South, Department of the (U):
  Boundaries..........................165-171
South Anna Bridge, Va...................16,1;
                          21,9; 100,1; 137,E7

South Anna River, Va....................16,1;
                      74,1; 81,3,6; 91,2; 92,
                          1; 100,1; 137,D7,E7
South Bend, Ark.................135-A; 154,E6

South Boston, Va..........74,1; 135-A; 138,A4
  Expedition to, April 23-29, 1865.......74,1
South Branch of Potomac River,
    W. Va........................100,1; 135-A
South Carolina (State)...................138;
                        139; 142-144; 162-171

  Ashepoo and Combahee Rivers,
    defenses, Nov., 1863.................26,3
  Boyd's Neck, Honey Hill, etc...........91,4
  Campaign of the Carolinas...........76,2,3;
                          79,2,4; 80,1-7; 86,
                            1-5; 118,1; 120,2
  Charleston and vicinity...............131,1
  Marches of Sherman's forces...........117,1
  Morris Island, July 10-Sept. 7,
    1863.................26,2; 38,2; 44,1,2,4
  Savannah, Ga., and vicinity...........133,3
  Savannah River, Feb. 6, 1862........135-B,6
  Secessionville, June 16, 1862........23,6,7
  Views of forts, batteries, etc.......1,1-3;
                2,1-3; 4,1; 121,1-9; 122,1-11
  Wright River, Feb. 6, 1862..........135-B,5

South Carolina, Georgia, and
    Florida, Department of (C):
  Boundaries..........................164-171
South Edisto River, S.C................135-A;
                              139,H3; 144,D12
South Fork Bayou Pierre, Miss............36,1

South Fork of Platte River, Colo.
    Ter.................................119,1
South Mills, N.C......................138,B11
South Mountain, Md.:
  Battle of, Sept. 14, 1862..............27,3
South Newport, Ga.............144,H9; 145,B11

South Platte River, Colo. Ter..........119,1;
                                          171
South Quay Church, Va....................93,1
South River, Ga.................57,1; 60,1,2;
                          69,5; 88,1; 101,21;
                               143,F2; 144,B2

South River, N.C..................40,4; 79,3;
                      86,7; 135-A; 138,G11,H6
South Side Railroad, Va.................77,2;
                78,1,2,4; 93,1; 135,5; 137,G7

South Side and Danville Rail-
    roads, Va.:
  Expedition against, June 22-
    July 2, 1864.........................74,1
South Tunnel, Tenn.....................150,F6
South Union, Ky........................150,E6
Southwest Creek, N.C.............91,3; 138,G8

Southwestern Virginia, Depart-
    ment of (C):
  Boundaries..............................165
Spanish Fork, Utah Ter..................120,1
Spanish Fort, Ala......................71,13;
                               79,7; 90,10-12
  Siege, March 27-April 8, 1865.........79,7;
                             90,4,10,11; 91,5

Sparta, Mo......................119,1; 161,A9
Sparta, N.C............................138,D8

Sparta, Tenn............................24,3;
                           135-A; 150,H9; 171
Sperryville, Va........21,13; 22,5; 43,7; 74,
               1; 84,9; 85,1,3; 100,1; 137,B5

Spofford Battery, Va.:
  View..................................124,8
Spotsylvania County, Va.:
  Map of.................................91,1
Spotsylvania Court-House, Va............16,1;
              22,5; 43,7; 45,1; 55,2,3; 74,1;
               81,1,2; 83,3; 86,13; 91,1; 94,
                 7; 96,3; 100,1; 117,1; 135-A

  Operations about, May 8-21, 1864........55,
                2,3; 81,1,2; 83,3; 94,7; 96,3
Spring Creek, Ala.....................149,F10
Spring Creek, Ark.......................10,2;
                              153,G4; 160,F11

Spring Creek, Ga..................46,1,2; 58,
              1; 59,3; 71,7; 97,3; 144,D7,E2;
                  145,C1,E1; 147,B13; 149,F10

Spring Creek, Tenn......................30,2;
                             34,4; 57,2; 97,1
Springdale, Miss...............71,15; 154,E11
Springfield, Ga.........................135-A

Springfield, Ky........................118,1;
                             150,B10; 151,H10
Springfield, Mo.........................47,1;
                   119,1; 135-A; 160-C13; 171

Springfield, Ohio..........135-A; 140,C1; 171
Springfield, Tenn.......................24,3;
                   30,2; 118,1; 135-A; 150,F5

Springfield, W. Va......................82,3;
                                100,1; 136,E4
Springfield Landing, La................156,B6
Springfield Station, Va...................7,1
Spring Hill, Ala................110,1; 148,E3

Spring Hill, Ga........................101,21
Spring Hill, Mo..............153,B10; 161,A12
Spring Hill, Tenn.......................24,3;
                   30,2; 117,1; 135-A; 149,A5

Spring Hill, Va..........................89,2
Spring Island, S.C.............120,2; 144,F11
Spring Place, Ga........................24,3;
             57,1,3; 76,1,2; 88,2; 97,1; 118,
                    1; 135-A; 145,H1; 149,D12

Spring River, Ark......................153,E5
Spring River, Mo........................33,6;
                     66,1; 119,1; 160,B11,C11
Squirrel Creek, Colo. Ter...............119,1

Squirrel Level Road, Va.................40,1;
                                   77,2; 93,1
Stafford Court-House, Va...........8,1; 22,5;
            74,1; 86,14; 100,1; 117,1; 137,C7

 

  
Stanard's Mill, Va...........45,1; 81,2; 91,1
Stanardville, Va..................16,1; 22,5;
                     43,7; 84,9; 85,1,3; 100,
                      1; 116,4; 135-A; 137,C5

Stanford, Ky....................118,1; 135-A;
                141,F1; 150,B11; 151,H12; 171
Stanton, Fort, N. Mex...................54,1;
                                    98,1; 171

Star of the West (Steamer)...........1,3; 2,1
Statesborough, Ga.......................69,5;
                     70,1; 76,2; 102,21; 117,
                      1; 118,1; 135-A; 144,E9

Statesburg, S.C........................135-A;
                              139,D2; 143,D12
Statesville, Tenn.......................24,3;
                           30,2; 31,2; 150,H7

Staunton, Va..............30,5; 74,1; 81,4,6;
           84,9,10; 85,1; 94,1,2; 100,1; 116,
               3,4; 117,1; 135-A; 137,D3; 171

Staunton River, Va......................74,1;
                      100,1; 135-A; 137,G1,H4
Stedman, Fort, Va.......................67,9;
                            77,2; 79,1; 118,3

Steele's Bayou, Miss....................36,1;
                              37,4; 155,A7,B7
Steelville, Mo............47,1; 135-A; 152,G7
Stephenson's Depot, Va............27,1; 43,3;
                   81,4; 83,6; 85,12,13; 99,1
  Engagement, July 20, 1864..............83,6

Steubenville, Ohio...............140,A10; 171
Stevensburg, Va.............22,5; 23,4; 44,3;
                  45,1; 87,2,3; 117,1; 137,C6

Stevens, Fort, D.C.......................89,1
Stevens' Gap, Ga..................24,3; 48,1;
                   50,5; 97,1; 111,9; 149,D10

Stevenson, Ala..........................24,3;
                61,9; 76,1; 97,1; 112,2; 117,
                      1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,D9
  Defenses..............................112,2

Stewart's Creek, Tenn..............30,2; 31,2
Stewart's Ferry, Tenn...................30,2;
                                 31,2; 150,G6
Stilesborough, Ga.................57,1; 58,2;
                 59,3; 101,12; 118,1; 149,F12

Stockbridge, Ga.........................60,2;
             69,5; 70,1; 101,21; 118,1; 143,E
                  1; 144,A1; 148,A14; 149,H14

Stock Creek, Tenn........................24,3
Stockton, Ala............110,1; 135-A; 147,C4
Stockton, Mo..........................152,A3;
                             160,A12; 161,H11

Stone Church, Ga...................57,2; 94,2
Stone's Mill, Tenn......................118,2
Stone's River, Tenn.............24,3; 30,1,2;
                   31,1,3; 32,1; 34,1; 150,G6
  Battle of, Dec. 31, 1862-Jan. 3,
    1863...................30,1; 31,1,3; 32,1
Stone's River Campaign, Dec. 26,
    1862-Jan. 5, 1863:
  Stone's River, Tenn., Dec. 31,
    1862-Jan. 3, 1863...................30,1;
                                 31,1,3; 32,1
  Theater of operations............30,2; 31,2

Stono River, S.C........4,1; 23,6; 91,4; 131,
                  1; 139,H4; 143,H13; 144,D13
Stony Creek, Va.............16,1; 18,1; 66,9;
             68,3; 74,1,2; 76,5; 81,4; 86,12;
             93,1; 94,9; 100,1; 135-A; 137,E4

Stony Point, Ark.......................154,A4
Strasburg, Va............................5,5;
              22,5; 27,1; 43,7; 69,1,3; 74,1;
              81,4; 82,3,9,11; 85,1,33; 94,2;
                   99,2; 100,1; 135-A; 137,A5

Strawberry Hill, Va.....................17,1;
                            19,1; 92,1; 100,2
Strawberry Plains, Tenn.................24,3;
                  117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 142,D4

Strawberry Plains, Va...................17,1;
                19,1; 77,3; 92,1; 93,1; 100,2
Stuart House, Va..........................7,1

Stuart's Expedition:
  Maryland and Pennsylvania,
    Oct. 9-12, 1862......................25,6
Stuart's Raid:
  June 13-15, 1862.......................21,9
Stubbs' Plantation, Miss.:
  Roads and adjacent country.............63,3

Sturgeon, Mo....................135-A; 152,B4
Subligna, Ga......................24,3; 48,1;
                 57,1,2; 58,1; 118,1; 149,E11

Suck, The, Tennessee River,
    Tenn:
  Views...............................123,7,8
Suffolk, Va.................26,4; 28,3; 93,1;
                   117,1; 135-A; 137,H10; 171

  Siege of, April 11-May 4, 1863.........26,4
Sugar Creek, Ark........................10,3;
                       79,6; 159,B11; 160,E11
Sugar Creek, Tenn.......................24,3;
                            30,2; 97,1; 135-A

Sugar Loaf, N.C................132,1; 139,C10
Sugar Loaf Mountain, Md.................25,6;
                                  27,1; 116,2
Sugar Valley, Ga..........24,3; 48,1; 57,1-3;
           58,1,2; 62,1; 76,2; 118,1; 149,E11

Sullivan's Island, S.C.............4,1; 131,1
Sulphur Springs, Ark..................159,D10
Sulphur Springs, Tenn..............24,3; 31,2
Sulphur Springs, Va............21,13; 22,5,7;

Summerfield, Ala................117,1; 148,E5
Summertown, Tenn..............24,3; 35,6; 49,
             1,2; 97,1; 111,9; 118,1; 149,C10

Summerville, Ga...........48,1; 57,1,3; 69,5;
              70,1; 76,1; 88,2; 118,1; 135-A;
                      143,F7; 144,B8; 149,E10

Summerville, W. Va.............135-A; 140,H10
Summit Point, W. Va.....................43,7;
                      74,1; 81,4; 85,1; 116,2

Sumner, Fort, N. Mex.....................98,1
Sumter, Fort, S.C......................1,1-3;
          2,1; 4,1; 38,2; 91,4; 117,1; 131,1;
                 135-A; 143,H14; 144,D14; 171

  Views...........121,1,4; 122,1,2,4-6,8,9,11
Sumterville, S.C.................76,2; 117,1;
                  118,1; 139,D3; 143,D12; 171

Susquehanna, Department of the
    (U):
  Boundaries..........................167-169
Sutherland's Station, Va................66,9;
                                94,8,9; 117,1
Suttonville, W. Va.....................135-A;
                        140,G10; 141,B11; 171

Swallow Bluff, Tenn....................149,B2
Swan Lake, Ark..........................135-A
Swan Quarter, N.C..............135-A; 138,E11
Swansborough, N.C................67,3; 135-A;
                         138,H9; 139,A12; 171

Sweeden's Cove, Tenn.....................35,5
Sweet Sulphur Spring, W. Va...........141,F12
Sweet Water, Tenn................24,3; 118,1;
                    135-A; 142,D5,F2; 149,A13

Sweet Water Camp, Neb. Ter..............120,1
Sweet Water Creek, Ga...................45,5;
                     57,3; 58,2; 60,1; 62,10;
                           88,2; 144,B6,C9,D2

Swift Creek, N.C..................24,5; 86,8;
                          135-A; 138,C7,E5,F9
Swift Creek, Va.........................16,1;
                  17,1; 74,1; 77,3; 78,1; 86,
                   12; 93,1; 100,1; 137,F7,F8

Swoope's, Va..................81,4,6; 84,9,10
Sycamore Church, Va......................93,1
Sycamore Creek, Tenn....................24,3;
                                 30,2; 142,C4

Sylvan Grove, Ga................101,21; 117,1
Syracuse, Mo...........................152,D3
Tabernacle Church, Va.................39,2,3;
                             41,1; 78,1; 93,1

Tahlequah, Ind. Ter....................119,1;
                           135-A; 160,G9; 171
Talladega, Ala...................76,1; 117,1;
                    118,1; 135-A; 148,B8; 171

Tallahatchie River, Miss................67,2;
                                135-A; 154,E9
Tallulah, La...............35,4; 36,1; 155,C6
Tallulah, Miss.........................155,B7

Tampa, Fla........................146,D1; 171
Taos, Mo...............................152,E5
Tarborough, N.C........................138,D8

Taylor, Fort, Fla.................146,H2; 171
Taylor's Bayou, Tex............65,10; 157,D11
Taylor's Hole Creek, N.C.................80,8
  Battle of, March 16, 1865.  See
    Averasborough, N.C.

Taylor's Ridge, Ga........48,1; 57,1,2; 97,1;
               101,2,3; 111,9; 117,1; 149,D11
Taylor's Store, Ala.:

  Sketch of, and surrounding coun-
    try, July, 1863.....................80,12
Taylorsville, Ky.......................118,1;
                              150,A9; 151,G10
Taylorsville, Va........................45,1;
                    81,3,7; 91,2; 100,1; 117,
                     1; 118,1; 135-A; 142,A13

Tazewell, Tenn..........................24,3;
                  118,1,2; 135-A; 142,B4; 171
Teachey's, N.C..................118,1; 138,H7

Ten Islands, Ala.......................149,H8
Tennessee (State)........................142;
                  149; 150; 153; 154; 162-171

  Army of the Cumberland, Cam-
    paigns, 1861-1865.............24,3; 118,1
  Atlanta Campaign...............57,1-3; 61,9
  Brown's Ferry, Oct. 26-29, 1863........50,1
  Charleston, defenses of..............111,15
  Chattanooga:
    Field-works and lines of de-
      fense............................111,10
    Operations, Oct. 20-Dec. 31,
      1863...............................97,1
    Union forts, batteries, etc........111,7,
                    8,11-14; 112,5-8; 113,1,2
  Chattanooga-Ringgold Cam-
    paign................45,8; 49,1,2; 50,2-4
  Chattanooga to LaFayette, Ga...........50,5
  Chickamauga Campaign.............30,6; 48,1
  Clarksville and vicinity..............115,2
  Cleveland, defenses of................111,4
  Columbia and vicinity.................115,4
  Cumberland Gap Campaign,
    March 28-June 18, 1862..............118,2
  Cumberland Mountain....................95,3
  Donelson, Fort, Feb. 12-16, 1862......11,2,
                                        3,5-7
  Donelson, Fort and vicinity...........114,5
  Franklin, Nov. 30, 1864............135-B,1;
                                      135-C,5
  Franklin and vicinity.................115,3
  Gallatin and vicinity.................115,5
  Henry, Fort, Feb. 6, 1862............11,1-4
  Johnsonville and vicinity.............115,1
  Knoxville Campaign.....................48,2
  Knoxville, defenses of................111,5
  Lewisburg Pike, April 4, 1863..........28,5
  Loudon, defenses of...................111,6
  Marches of Sherman's forces...........117,1
  Memphis, defenses of..................114,6
  Middle Tennessee Campaign,
    June 23-July 7, 1863................31,5;
                     32,5; 34,1-4; 35,1-3,5-7
  Monterey to Corinth, Miss..............13,6
  Nashville:
    Field-works and lines of de-
      fense.............................112,4
    Union forts, batteries, etc..........113,
                                 3-9; 114,1-3
  Northern Alabama and Middle
    Tennessee Campaign................72,1,2;
                            73,1-5; 105,4,6,9
  Pickering, Fort.......................114,4
  Pittsburg Landing, March, 1862.........78,6
  Pittsburg Landing to Corinth,
    Miss...........................12,5; 78,3
  Re-opening of the Tennessee
    River, Oct. 26-29, 1863..............50,1
  Rosecrans, Fortress, near Mur-
    freesborough........................112,3
  Shiloh, April 6-7, 1862..............10,10;
                       12,4; 13,1; 14,2; 98,4
  Stone's River Campaign, Dec. 26,
    1862-Jan. 5, 1863.................30,1,2;
                                 31,1-3; 32,1
  Views of forts, batteries, etc.....123,1-8;
                      124,1-3; 129,5; 130,1-6
  Wauhatchie, Oct. 28-29, 1863...........47,8

Tennessee, Army of (C).........62,7; 169; 171
Tennessee, Army of the (U)..............36,1;
                    56,5-7; 58,1; 59,3; 61,3;
                  62,9; 69,5; 79,2,3; 88,1,2;
                   90,3; 101,21; 120,2; 133,2

Tennessee, Department of (C):
  Boundaries.........................168; 169
Tennessee, Department of the
    (U):
  Boundaries..........................166-169
Tennessee and Georgia, Depart-
    ment of (C):
  Boundaries.........................170; 171

Tennessee River.........................24,3;
                50,1,4; 98,4; 111,6,9; 112,1;
                115,1-6; 117,1; 118,1; 123,3;
                  135-A; 149,A12; 150,D1; 171

  Military bridge at Chattanooga........123,3
  Re-opening of, Oct 26-29, 1863.........50,1
  The Suck, views of..................123,7,8
Tensas Bayou, La.................23,8; 155,B6
Terre Bonne Station, La................156,E7

Terre Noire Creek, Ark................154,F1;
                                      159,F14