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Texas (State)..........54,1; 157-159; 162-171
  Coast of, and defenses................65,10
  Esperanza, Fort, Nov. 22-30,
    1863.................................26,1
  Galveston and its fortifications.......38,1
  Panhandle, The........................119,1
  Rio Grande Expedition, Oct. 27-
    Dec. 2, 1863.........................43,8
  Sabine Pass, 1863......................32,3

Texas, Department of (C):
  Boundaries.........................163; 164
Texas, Department of (U):
  Boundaries.........................162; 163
Thibodeaux, La.............135-A; 156,E7; 171

Thomas Station, Ga.............143,G8; 144,C8
Thomasville, Mo........................117,1;
                                135-A; 153,C5
Thompson's Creek, La..................155,H6;
                                    156,A6,B6

Thompson's Creek, S.C...................79,3;
                                   80,6; 86,5
Thompson's Cross-Roads, Va..............74,1;
                                  81,6; 100,1
Thompson's Hill, Miss....................31,6
  Battle of, May 1, 1863.  See Port
    Gibson, Miss.

Thompson's Station, Tenn................30,2;
                                117,1; 149,A6
Thorn, Fort, N/ Mex.....................54,1;
                                    98,1; 171
Thornburg, Va.....................74,1; 100,1

Thorn Hill, Ala.........................76,1;
                  117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,F4
Thornton Station, Va.........7,1; 22,6; 100,1

Thoroughfare Gap, Va.....................7,1;
            22,5-7; 23,2; 74,1; 100,1; 137,A6
Thoroughfare Mountain, Va...............22,5;
                            74,1; 85,3; 100,1

Tilton, Ga..............................24,3;
             57,1-3; 58,2; 63,4; 88,2; 101,6,
              8; 117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,E11

Timber Ridge, W. Va.............100,1; 137,E2
Timberville, Va.........................74,1;
                    81,4; 94,2; 100,1; 137,B4

Tippah Creek, Miss....................154,C12
Tipton, Mo................47,1; 135-A; 152,D3
Tishomingo Creek, Miss...................63,3

Tobesofkee Creek, Ga...................101,21
Todd's Tavern, Va.......................41,1;
                      45,1; 55,3; 74,1; 81,1;
                     94,7; 96,3; 100,1; 117,1
  Position 2d Corps, May 8, 1864.........55,3

Tompkinsville, Ky......................118,1;
                                135-A; 150,E8
Tom's Brook, Va...................69,3; 74,1;
                  82,11; 85,34; 100,1; 137,A4
  Engagement, Oct. 9, 1864...............69,3

Tortugas Islands, Fla.....................171
Totopotomoy Creek, Va...................16,1;
                17,1; 19,1; 20,1; 21,9; 22,1;
                55,5; 63,8; 74,1; 81,3; 83,3;
                  92,1; 96,6; 100,1,2; 137,E8
  Operations on line of the, May
    28-31, 1864.........................55,5;
                                   83,3; 96,6

Towaliga, Ga............................70,1;
                       101,21; 143,G1; 144,C2
Towaliga River, Ga...........69,5; 70,1; 101,
               21; 143,F1; 144,B1,C2; 148,B14

Town Creek, Ala..........................24,3
Town Creek, N.C........................105,8;
                              138,D7; 142,E13
Townsend's Ferry, W. Va...................9,3
Tracy City, Tenn..............24,3; 34,5; 97,
               1; 117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,C9
  Vicinity of, 1863......................34,5

Trans-Alleghany Department (C):
  Boundaries..........................166-168
Trans-Mississippi Department,
    (C):
  Boundaries..........................165-171
Transportation, means of, for sick
    and wounded, etc.:
  Illustrations...........................174

Tranter's Creek, N.C...................138,E9
Travisville, Tenn..........9,2; 24,3; 150,F10
Treadwell's Miss.........................51,1
Trent River, N.C........................67,3;
                  105,5; 117,1; 131,2; 138,G9

Trent Road, N.C..........................91,3
Trenton, Ala..............24,3; 118,1; 149,D8
Trenton, Ga...........24,3; 48,1; 50,5; 76,1;
                 111,9; 118,1; 135-A; 149,D10

Trenton, N.C............................76,2;
                  91,3; 105,5; 135-A; 149,D10
Trenton, Tenn.............135-A; 153,F12; 171

Trevilian Station, Va.......16,1; 74,1; 100,1
  Raid, June 7-24, 1864..................74,1
Triana, Ala......................24,3; 149,E6
Trickum, Ga.............................24,3;
             43,4; 49,4; 57,1,2; 58,2; 62,14;
                88,2; 97,1; 101,4,21; 143,G3;
                     144,C3; 148,B11; 149,D11

Trinity, Ala......................24,3; 118,1
Trinity, La...............53,4; 135-A; 155,E4
Trinity River, Cal......................134,1

Trion, Ala...............117,1; 135-A; 148,B5
Trion Factory, Ga..................48,1; 57,1
Triune, Tenn...............30,2; 31,2; 149,A6

Trout Creek, Fla......................145,F10
Troy, N.Y.................................171
Troy, Tenn.............................117,1;
                          135-A; 153,E11; 171

Truckee River, Nev. Ter.................134,1
Trumbull, Fort, Conn......................171
Tucson, Aris. Ter...................98,1; 171
Tulip, Ark................47,1; 135-A; 154,E2

Tullahoma, Tenn.........................24,3;
                     31,5; 34,3; 35,3; 117,1;
                         118,1; 135-A; 149,B8
  Fortifications and environs,
    1863.................................31,5
  Vicinity of, 1863................34,4; 35,3

Tunica, Miss...........................154,C9
Tunnel Hill, Ga.........................24,3;
                33,3; 48,1; 55,6; 57,2,3; 58,
                    2; 76,2; 88,2; 97,1; 101,
                     4; 118,1; 135-A; 149,D11

Tunstall's Station, Va..................16,1;
                  17,1; 19,1; 21,9; 22,1; 74,
                      1; 92,1; 100,1; 137,E18

Tupelo, Miss............................63,2;
                       117,1; 149,F1; 154,E13
  Expedition to, July 5-21, 1864.........63,2
Turkey Creek, Kans.....................66,2,3
Turkey Creek, Va........................16,1;
                            92,1; 93,1; 100,1

Turkey Island Bridge, Va................16,1;
                      17,1; 19,1; 20,1; 22,1;
                        74,1; 100,1,2; 137,F8

Turkey Island Creek, Va............17,1; 22,1
Turkeytown, Ala.........................46,3;
                         118,1; 135-A; 149,G9
Turkeytown Valley, Ala.:

  Expedition into, Oct 24-26, 1864.......46,3
Turnback Creek, Mo....................160,B12
Turner's Ferry, Ga......................45,5;
             57,1,3; 62,9,11,12; 65,3; 88,1,2

Turner's Mill, Va........................93,1
Tuscaloosa, Ala..................76,1; 117,1;
                    118,1; 135-A; 148,B4; 171

Tuscumbia, Ala.............24,3; 76,1; 117,1;
                    118,1; 135-A; 149,D4; 171

Tuscumbia, Mo..........................117,1;
                           135-A; 152,F4; 171
Tuscumbia River, Miss...................13,6;
                       23,10; 149,D1; 154,B13

Tuskegee, Ala....................76,1; 117,1;
                    118,1; 135-A; 148,E9; 171
Tybee Island, Ga........................70,2;
                               135-A; 145,A12

Tyler, Fort, Ga..........................72,4
Tyree Springs, Tenn.....................24,3;
                          30,2; 118,1; 150,F6
Umatilla River, Oreg....................134,1

Uniforms:
  Illustrations...........................172
Union, Miss..............51,1; 117,1; 155,B13
Union, Mo............47,1; 135-A; 152,E8; 171

Union, Tenn..............117,1; 118,1; 135-A;
Union, Va....................7,1; 16,1; 27,1;
                  74,1; 100,1; 136,F6; 137,D5

Union Church, Miss.....................155,F8
Union, Fort, N. Mex.....................98,1;
                                   119,1; 171
Union Mills, Mo.......................161,B10
Union Mills, Va....................7,1; 16,1;
                23,2; 100,1; 111,1; 137,D5,G5

Union Springs, Ala.....................135-A;
                                  148,F9; 171
Uniontown, Ky..........................117,1;
                        118,1; 150,B2; 151,G3

Unionville, Tenn........................24,3;
                    30,2; 34,3; 118,1; 149,A7
United States Ford, Va..................22,5;
                  39,3; 45,1; 74,1; 81,1; 86,
              13,14; 91,1; 93,2; 100,1; 135,6

University, Tenn................117,1; 149,C9
Upperville, Va............27,1; 100,1; 137,A6
Urbana, Md..............................25,6;
             27,1; 81,4; 100,1; 116,2; 136,E7

Utah, Department of (U):
  Boundaries.........................162; 163
Utah Territory.................120,1; 162-171
Utah Creek, N. Mex................54,1; 119,1

Utica, Miss.........36,1; 51,1; 135,A; 155,D8
Utoy Creek, Ga..........................58,2;
                 60,1,2; 88,1,2; 90,2; 101,21

Valley District, Army of the (C)........81,6;
                              82,7,9,10; 84,9
Valley Station, Colo. Ter...............119,1
Valverde, N. Mex......................12,1,2;
                                   54,1; 98,1
  Engagement, Feb. 21, 1862............12,1,2

Van Buren, Ark..........................47,1;
                    54,1; 66,1; 119,1; 135-A;
                        159,A10; 160,H10; 171

Van Buren, Mo..........................117,1;
                           135-A; 153,C6; 171
Van Buren, Tenn.......................154,B12
Vanceburg, Ky..................140,H3; 141,B4

Van Wert, Ga..........57,1,3; 58,2; 59,3; 62,
               1; 88,2; 117,1; 135-A; 149,G11

Varnell's Station, Ga.........24,3; 55,6; 57,
              1,2; 88,2; 97,1; 135-A; 149,D11
Vaughan Road, Va........................40,1;
               66,9; 74,2; 77,2; 93,1; 94,8,9

Velasco, Tex............................43,8;
                     54,1; 135-A; 157,G7; 171
Venus Point, Ga....................5,4; 133,3

Vera Cruz, Mo..........................153,C2
Verde, Camp, Tex....................54,1; 171

Verdon Station, Va...........81,7; 91,2; 92,1
Vermillionville, La....................135-A;
                                  156,C4; 171
Vermont (State).......................162-171

Vernon River, Ga.........................70,2
Verona, Miss............................76,1;
                       135-A; 149,F1; 154,E13
Verret Lake, La........................156,E6

Versailles, Mo.............135-A; 152,E3; 171
Versailles, Tenn........................24,3;
                    30,2; 31,2; 118,1; 149,A7

Via's House, Va...................19,1; 21,4;
                55,5; 77,1; 92,1; 96,6; 100,2
Vicksburg, Miss.........................27,2;
              35,4; 36,1,2; 37,1,4; 51,1; 71,
                15; 117,1; 135-A; 155,C7; 171

  Operations against:
    Dec. 20, 1862-Jan. 3, 1863...........27,2
    Jan 20-July 4, 1863—
      Big Black River Bridge,
        May 17, 1863..................37,6,7;
                                      135-C,3
      Champion's Hill, Miss.,
        May 16, 1863...................132,8;
                                      135-C,2
      Defenses of........................37,1
      Grand Gulf, Miss., May,
        1863.............................32,4
      Milliken's Bend, La., to
        Jackson, Miss....................36,1
      Port Gibson, Miss., May
        1, 1863..........................31,6
      Road from Duckport to
        Walnut Bayou, La.................35,4
      Siege of, May 19-July 1,
        1863.............................36,2
      Yazoo Pass Expedition,
        Feb. 24-April 8, 1863............67,2

Vidalia, La..............117,1; 135-A; 155,F6
Vienna, Ala............................148,C2
Vienna, Va............7,1; 21,13; 27,1; 100,1

Views:
  Forts, batteries, etc.................1; 2;
                          4; 121-130; 172-175
Vincent's Creek, S.C.............4,1; 23,6,7;
                      26,2; 38,2; 44,4; 131,1
 
Viola, Ky.............................153,C13
Virginia (State).....................136-138;
                             140-142; 162-171
  Appomattox Campaign............66,9,11; 68,
          3; 74,1,2; 77,2,4; 78,1,2,4; 94,8,9
  Approaches to Richmond and
    Petersburg...........................17,1
  Army of the Cumberland, Cam-
    paigns..............................118,1
  Army Valley District, camps
    and pickets, Jan. 31, 1865...........84,9
  Averell's Expeditions, 1863.........135-C,1
  Bailey's Cross-Roads, Aug. 28-
    30, 1861............................5,8,9
  Bath and Highland Counties,
    April 15-23, 1865...................116,3
  Big Bethel, June 10, 1861..............61,4
  Bristoe Campaign.....................45,6,7
  Buckingham County.....................135,5
  Bull Run Campaign, July 16-
    22, 1861.....................3,1,2; 5,1,7
  Campaign of the Carolinas..........86,10-15
  Cedar Mountain, Aug. 9, 1862..........22,2;
                          42,2; 85,3,4; 135,2
  Centerville, March, 1862...............10,7
  Chancellorsville Campaign...........39,2,3;
                            41,1; 93,2; 135,6
  Chesterfield County...................135,3
  Cumberland Mountain Gaps...............95,3
  Danville and South Boston,
    April 23-29, 1865....................74,1
  Defenses of the Alleghanies,
    April, 1864..........................94,1
  Defenses of Washington.................89,1
  Deserted House, Jan. 30, 1863..........28,3
  Dranesville, Dec. 20, 1861.......13,5; 41,2
  Franklin to Winchester, May 15-
    25, 1862.............................85,1
  Fredericksburg:
    Aug. 8, 1862.........................23,3
    Dec. 11-15, 1862....................25,4;
               30,3,4; 31,4; 32,2; 33,1; 63,7
  Gettysburg Campaign, June 3-
    Aug. 1, 1863........................39,4;
                          43,2,7; 45,2; 116,2
  Gloucester, May 4, 1862................15,1
  Gordonsville, Dec. 19-28, 1864........74,1;
                                         84,8
  Grant's Campaigns, 1864-65............100,1
  Hanover County........................135,3
  Hanover Junction and vicinity..........91,2
  Harper's Ferry, Aug.-Sept., 1863.......42,1
  Henrico County........................135,3
  Hunter's Chapel to Fairfax
    Court-House, Nov., 1861..............5,10
  Lacey Spring, Dec. 21, 1864............84,6
  Liberty Mills, Dec. 22, 1864...........84,7
  Loudoun and Fauquier Coun-
    ties, Nov. 28-Dec. 3, 1864...........74,1
  Lynchburg Campaign, May 26-
    June 29, 1864................81,6; 83,7,8
  McDowell, May 8, 1862.................116,1
  Manassas Junction and vicinity,
    April, 1862..........................10,9
Virginia (State)—Continued.
  Marches of Sherman's forces...........117,1
  Maryland Campaign, Sept. 3-20,
    1862.................................27,1
  Military defenses, Northeastern........7,1;
                                          8,1
  Mine Run Campaign.....................44,3;
                                 45,1,6; 87,1
  Northern Virginia Campaign,
    Aug. 16-Sept. 7, 1862..............21,13;
                    22,3-7; 23,1,2,4,5; 111,1
  Operations:
    Aug. 4-Dec. 31, 1863, Army
      of the Potomac.....................87,3
    Jan. 1-April 30, 1864—

        Army of Northern Vir-
          ginia, April, 1864.............87,4
        Army of the Potomac,
          1st and 3d Divisions,
          Cavalry Corps..................87,2
        Fourth Division, 2d
          Corps, picket-line.............87,5
  Peninsula, The.........................92,1
  Peninsular Campaign, March 17-
    Sept. 2, 1862.....................13,3,4;
            14,1; 15,1-4; 16,1; 17,1-3; 18,1,
          2; 19,1; 20,1-4; 21,1-11; 22,1; 42,
             3; 63,8; 64,4; 66,7; 86,17; 90,9
  Petersburg.......................40,1; 56,1
  Rapidan to the James, May 4-
    June 12, 1864.....................55,1-5;
                  74,1; 77,1; 81,1-3,7; 83,1-
                    3; 94,5-7; 96,1-3,6; 97,2
  Rappahannock Station, March
    28, 1862............................105,3
  Richmond...............................89,2
  Richmond Campaign, 1864-65..........64,1-3;
                   65,1,6-9; 67,4,7-10; 68,1,
                 2,6; 74,1; 77,1-3; 78,5; 79,
                     1; 100,2; 105,2,7; 118,3
  Shenandoah Valley:
    May 15-June 17, 1862.................5,5;
                     21,12; 42,4; 85,5; 111,2
    June 23-Aug. 3, 1864................81,4;
                     82,1-3; 83,5,6; 84,20,21
    Feb. 27-April 23, 1865..............84,11
  Shenandoah Valley Campaign,
    1864...............69,1-3; 81,5; 82,4-12;
               84,1,2,23-35; 85,10,11; 99,1,2
  Sheridan's Cavalry Operations,
    1864-65..............................74,1
  South of Fredericksburg and
    east of Charlottesville..............16,1
  South side of James River, Oct.,
    1864.................................93,1
  Spotsylvania County....................91,1
  Staunton to McDowell, May,
    1862................................116,4
  Staunton to Winchester.................94,2
  Suffolk, April 11-May 4, 1863..........26,4
  Views of forts, batteries, etc.....124,6-9;
                            125,1-11; 126,1-4
  Washington (D.C.) defenses........6,1; 89,1
  Winchester to Petersburg, Feb.
    27-March 28, 1865............72,3,7; 74,1

Virginia, Department of (U):
  Boundaries.....................163-167; 171
Virginia and North Carolina, De-
    partment of (U):
  Boundaries..........................168-170
Virginia Central Railroad, Va...........17,1;
              20,1; 81,3,6; 94,1; 97,2; 117,1

Virginia and Tennessee Railroad,
    Va..............................83,7; 137
Virginia Point, Tex...............38,1; 65,10
Wagner, Battery, S.C..............26,2; 131,1

Wagner, Fort, S.C.:
  Plan...................................44,4
Waitsborough, Ky.........................9,2;
               118,1; 141,H1; 142,A1; 150,D11

Walden's Ridge, Tenn.........24,3; 118,2; 149
Waldron, Ark...................135-A; 159,B11
Walker, Fort, S.C.......................91,4;
                               120,2; 144,F11

Walker's Bridge, S.C...................120,2;
                     139,F1; 143,F11; 144,B11
Walker's Lake, Nev. Ter................120,1;
                                   134,1; 171

Walkersville, Mo.......................152,A5
Walkerton, Va.............16,1; 100,1; 137,E9
Wallace's Cross-Roads, Tenn.............24,3;
                       118,2; 142,C3; 150,G13

Walla Walla, Fort, Wash. Ter...........134,1;
                                          171
Wallen's Ridge, Tenn.....................95,3
Walnut Bayou, La.:
  Proposed road from Duckport,
    1863.................................35,4
Walnut Creek, Ga............60,2; 69,5; 70,1;
                88,2; 101,21; 144,C8; 148,B14

Walnut Creek, Kans..............119,1; 161,G3
Walnut Hills, Miss.................36,1; 37,4
Wardensville, W. Va...............69,1; 82,3;
                   85,1; 100,1; 135-A; 136,F4

Ware Bottom Church, Va..................65,1;
                            92,1; 93,1; 100,2
Ware Point, Va............16,1; 100,1; 137,C9

Warm Springs, N.C.......................24,3;
                                118,1; 142,E6
Warm Springs, W. Va.....................30,5;
                        84,9,10; 94,1; 116,3;
                         135-C,1; 137,D1; 171

Warrensburg, Mo........................135-A;
                                 161,E12; 171
Warrensburg, Tenn.......................24,3;
                                118,1; 142,D5

Warrenton, Ala..........................76,1;
                  117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,F7
Warrenton, Miss.........................35,4;
                    36,1; 37,4; 135-A; 155,C7

Warrenton, Mo...................135-A; 152,D7
Warrenton, Va.............8,1; 21,13; 22,5,7;
              23,2,5; 43,7; 45,6; 74,1; 85,1;
                    100,1; 135-A; 137,B6; 171

Warrenton Junction, Va...................8,1;
                   22,5,7; 23,2,5; 45,6; 85,1
Warrenton Springs, Va....................23,5
Warsaw, Mo..............................47,1;
                       135-A; 152,F1; 161,F13

Warsaw, Va..............................100,1
Warsaw Sound, Ga........................135-A
Wartburg, Tenn...................24,3; 118,1;
                       135-A; 142,D1; 150,H11

Wartrace, Tenn..............24,3; 30,2; 32,5;
                   34,3; 118,1; 135-A; 149,B7
Warwick Swamp, Va.......................74,1;
                  77,2; 93,1; 100,1,2; 137,G8

Washington, Ark.........................47,1;
                          135-A; 159,F11; 171
Washington, D.C..........................6,1;
                   7,1; 27,1; 43,7; 74,1; 81,
                  4; 86,15; 89,1; 100,1; 117,
                        1; 135-A; 137,A8; 171

  Defenses..........................6,1; 89,1
  Vicinity of, 1862..................7,1; 8,1
Washington, Department of (U):
  Boundaries.....................163; 167-171

Washington, La..................135-A; 156,B4
Washington, Mo.........................117,1;
                                135-A; 152,E8
Washington, N.C............24,5; 76,2; 117,1;
                  135-A; 138,E9; 139,A10; 171

  Siege of, March 30-April 20,
    1863.................................24,5
Washington, Ohio.......................135-A;
                               140,C8; 141,B7
Washington Territory...........120,1; 162-171

Washita, Fort, Ind. Ter.................54,1;
                           135-A; 159,D3; 171
Watauga River, Tenn....................142,C8
Wateree River, S.C.....................120,2;
                               135-A; 143,C11

Waterford, Miss.......................154,C11
Waterford, Va............................7,1;
                   27,1; 100,1; 116,2; 136,F7
Waterloo, Ala.....................24,3; 72,6;
                  117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,D2

Waterloo, La....................135-A; 156,B6
Waterloo, Va....................22,5,7; 100,1
Waterloo Bridge, Va.............21,13; 23,2,5

Waterproof, La..................135-A; 155,E6
Water Valley, Miss.............135-A; 154,E11
Watson, Camp, Oreg......................134,1
Wauhatchie, Tenn..................24,3; 35,6;
                  47,8; 49,1,2; 50,1,5; 57,1;
                  97,1; 117,1; 118,1; 149,C10
  Engagement, Oct. 28-29, 1863...........47,8

Waverly, Mo.............................47,1;
                       135-A; 152,B1; 161,C13
Waverly, Tenn...........................24,3;
                    118,1; 135-A; 150,H3; 171

Waynesborough, Ga.................69,5; 76,2;
                         117,1; 118,1; 135-A;
                          143,G8; 144,C8; 171

Waynesborough, Va...............72,3,7; 74,1;
             81,4,6; 84,9,10; 85,29,30; 94,2;
                  100,1; 117,1; 135-A; 137,D4
  Engagement, March 2, 1865............72,3,7

Waynesville, Mo.........................47,1;
                    117,1; 135-A; 152,G4; 171
W.D. Whippie, Fort, Tenn.:
  Plan..................................113,8

Wead Redoubt, Va.:
  View..................................125,7
Weatherford, Ala........................110,1
Webber's Falls, Ind. Ter...............119,1;
                                       160,H9
Webster, Mo....................152,E9; 153,D6

Webster, W. Va..........................116,3
Welaka, Fla...........................146,C10
Welch's Spring, W. Va....................69,1
  Skirmish, Aug. 21, 1864................82,6
Weldon, N.C............................117,1;
                           135-A; 138,B7; 171

Weldon Railroad, Va.....................66,9;
                                 94,8; 137,H8
Welford's Ford, Va.........23,5; 44,3; 87,2,3
Wellsville, Mo.........................152,C6

Wentzville, Mo..................135-A; 152,D8
Westbrook, Ga............................60,2
West Chickamauga Creek, Ga..............24,3;
                   46,1,2; 57,2; 97,1,3; 98,2

West, Department of the (C):
  Boundaries.........................166; 167
West, Department of the (U):
  Boundaries.........................162; 163
West, Military Division of the
    (C):

  Boundaries.........................170; 171
Western Department (C):
  See Department No. 2
Western Kentucky, Department
    of (C):
  Boundaries.........................170; 171