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California, Mo..........................135-A
Camak. Ga..............................117,1;
                 118,1; 135-A; 143,F6; 144,B6

Cambridce, Mo...................135-A; 152,B2
Camden, Ark.............................47,1;
                     53,1; 135-A; 154,G2; 171

Camden, S.C...........76,2; 79,3; 117,1; 118,
               1; 135-A; 139,C2; 143,C11; 171

Camden Court-House, N.C...............138,B12
Camden Point, Mo......................161, B9
Cameron, Mo.....................161, A11; 171
Campbell's Station, Tenn................24,3;
                        142, D2, E2; 150, H13

Campbellsville, Tenn....................24,3;
                        118,1; 135-A; 149, B5
Campbellton, Ga.......................57,1,3;
                58,2; 60,1; 65,3; 76,2; 88,2;
                      135-A; 148,A12; 149,H12

Camp Creek, Ga..................57,1,3; 58,2;
           60,1,2; 63,4; 88,2; 9O,2; 101,5,6,
              9,10,21; 117,1; 144,F1; 149,H13

Camp Creek, W. Va......................135-A;
                                141, F10, F11
Campti, La..............................50,6;
                  52,1; 53,1; 155,D1; 158,E13

Cañada Alamosa, N. Mex...................98,1
Canadian River, N. Mex............98,1; 119,1
Canby, Fort, N. Mex......................98,1
Cane Creek, Ala....................149,H9,H10

Cane Hill, Ark..................66,1; 160,G10
Cane River, La.........................155,Fl
Caney Bayou, Tex................65,10; 157,G6
Caney Fork, Tenn........................24,3;
                             30,2; 150,G8,H10

Cannelton, W. Va..........................9,3
Cannon's Bridge, S.C...................120,2;
                     139,F1; 143,F10; 144,B11
Canoe Creek, Fla........................110,1

Canoe Station, Ala......................110,1
Canonicus (U.S.S.)................75,3; 129,9
Canton, Ky......................118,1; 150,E2
Canton, Miss.............................51,1
                   117,1; 135-A; 155,B10; 171

  Expedition toward, Oct. 14-20,
    1863................................71,15
Canvas pontoon-boats, bridges,
    etc.:
  Plans.................................106,1
Cape Fear, N.C..........................l35-A
Cape Fear River, N.C....................25,5;
                   76,2; 105,8; 117,1; 118,1;
                  132,1; 133,1; 135-A; 138,F4
  Defenses.......................132,2-4; 139

  Entrances...............................139
  Obstructions, Feb. 7, 1865.............68,7
  Project for closing....................76,4
Cape Girardean, Mo.......................47,1
                   117,1; 135-A; 153,B11; 171

Cape Hatteras. N.C.......................40,3
                          135-A; l38,F13; 171
Cape Henry, Va..................117,1; 118,1;
                  135-A; 137,G12; 138,A1; 171

Cape Lookout, N.C................40,4; 117,1;
                 135-A; 138,H11; 139,A14; 171
Caperton's Ferry, Ala............97,1; 149,D9

Capitol Richmond, Va.:
  View..................................126,1
Carlisle, Pa............................43,7;
                    116,2; 135-A; 136,B8; 171

Carmel Church, Va.......................100,1
Carnifix Ferry, W. Va..........9,1,3; 141,C11
  Engagement, Sept. 10, 1861..............9,1
Carolinas, Campaign of the:
  Army Corps, routes and posi-
        tions—

      Cox's (J.D.) Provisional..........l05,5
      Twentieth...............80,1-9; 86,1-16
  Anderson, Fort, N.C., Feb. 19,
    1865..............................135-B,4
  Army of the Tennessee...........79,3; 120,2
  Averasborougb, N.C., March 16.
    1865...................79,5; 80,11; 133,1
  Bentonville, N.C., March 19-21,
    1865................................68,5;
                         79,2,4; 80,10; 133,2
  General operations.....................76,2
  River's Bridge, S.C., Feb. 3, 1865.....76,3
  Wilmington, N.C., Feb. 9-22,
    1865................................105,8

Carpenter, Redoubt, Tenn.:
  Sketch................................112,8
Carpenter, Redoubt, Va.:
  View..................................125,3
Carrick's Ford, W. Va...................116,3
Carroll, Tenn.........................153,G12

Carroll, Fort, D.C.............6,1; 7,1; 89,1
Carrollton, Ark..........................47,1
                   119,1; 135-A; 160,F13; 171

Carrollton, Mo..........................135-A
                              152,B1; 161,C13
Carrsville, Va..........................26,4;
                         93,1; 135-A; 137,H10

Carson Lake, Nev............120,1; 134,1; 171
Carter's Creek Station, Tenn.............30,2
Carter's Creek Turnpike, Tenn...........30,2;
                 72,1; 73,3; 135-B,1; 135-C,5

Carter's Depot, Tenn............118,1; 142,C7
Carter's Run, Va......................23,2,5;
                                100,1; 137,B6
Cartersville. Ga......................57,1,3;
                         58,1,2; 88,2; 117,1;
                        118,1; 135-A; 149,F12

Carthage, Mo................33,6; 47,1; 66,1;
                   119,1; 135-A; 160,C10; 171

Carthage, TN............................24,3;
                   30,2; 118,1; 135-A; 150,G8
Caruthersville, Mo....................153,F10
Caseyville, Ky...........................9,2;
                    118,1; 150,B2,C11; 151,H3

Cassville, Ga.....................62,7; 135-A
  Combats, May 19-20, 1864...............62,7
Cassville, Mo...........................10,4;
                  66,1; 119,1; 135-A; 160,D12
  Route from Bentonville, Ark.,
    March 4-7, 1862......................10,4

Cassvile, W. Va........................141,D7
Castleman's Ferry, Va.............81,4; 84,20
Castle Pinckney, S.C...............4,1; 131,1
Castle Thunder, Richmond, Va.............81,6
  View..................................125,9

Castor River, Mo.......................153,C9
Caswell, Fort, N.C..............76,2,4; 105,8
                   132,1; 135-A; 139,D10; 171

  Sketch of, and of adjoining
    works...............................132,2
Catawba Mountain, Va.....................81,6
                                  141,F13,G13
Catawba River, N.C......................117,1
                                118,1; 142,E9

Catlett's Gap, Ga.................24,3; 48,1;
                  50,5; 57,1,2; 97,1; 149,D10
Catlett's Station, Va............8,1; 22,5,7;
              23,5; 45,6; 86,14; 100,1; 117,1
  Expedition, Aug. 22, 1862..............23,5

Catoctin Creek, Md...............27,1,3; 81,4
Catoctin Mountain, Md...................25,6;
                                 81,4; 136,E7
Catoctin Mountain, Va............81,4; 136,E7

Catoosa Springs, Ga.......................24,
                       3; 57,1,2; 88,2; 97,1;
                        118,1; 135-A; 149,D11
Catoosa Station, Ga....................57,1,2

Cave City, Ky...........................118,1
Cedar Bayou, Tex...........43,8; 54,1; 157,D9
Cedar Bluff, Ala.........48,1; 118,1; 149,F10

Cedar Creek, Fla..............145,F10; 146,A8
Cedar Creek, Va.................16,1; 69,1,3;
               74,1; 81,4; 84,26,27,30; 85,1,
            5,33,35,38,40; 86,14; 93,1; 99,2;
                  100,1; 136,F4; 137,D1,E2,F2
  Battle of, Oct. 19, 1864..............69,3;
                                   82,9; 99,2

Cedar Keys, Fla............135-A; 146,E6; 171
Cedar Mountain, Va.:
  Battle of, Aug. 9, 1862...............22,2;
                          42,2; 85,3,4; 135,2

Cedar Point, N.C........................40,4;
                              138,H9; 139,A12
Cedar Run, Va........................8,1; 16,
             1; 22,2,5,7; 23,4,5; 42,2; 45,1;
               85,3,4; 87,2; 135,2; 137,B7,C6
  Battle of, Aug. 9, 1862.  See
    Cedar Mountain, Va.

Cedarville, Va....................43,7; 69,1;
                74,1; 81,4; 85,1; 94,2; 100,1
  Engagement Aug. 16, 1864...............82,4

Celina, Tenn...............24,3; 30,2; 150,F9
Center, Ala..............118,1; 135-A; 149,F9
Center Creek, Mo.........................33,6

Centerville, Ala........................76,1;
                         118,1; 135-A; 148,C5
Centerville, La...........23,8; 135-A; 156,E6

Centerville, Mo................135-A; 152,A4,
                      C6; 153,A6; 161,B10,H11
Centerville, Tenn.......................24,3;
                   30,2; 118,1; 135-A; 149,A4

Centerville, Va...................3,1,2; 7,1;
           10,7; 16,1; 17,1; 19,3; 21,13; 22,
           5,6; 23,1,2; 43,7; 74,1; 92,1; 94,
               2; 100,1; 117,1; 135-A; 137,A7
  Field-works and lines, March,
    1862.................................10,7

Centralia, Mo...................135-A; 152,B5
Chacahoula Station, La.................156,E7
Chadbourne, Fort, Tex...............54,1; 171
Chaffin's Va..........78,1; 92,1; 93,1; 135,3

Chaffin's Bluff, Va.........17,1; 19,1; 20,1;
               77,3; 78,1; 92,1; 100,2; 135,3

Chalk Bluff, Mo........................153,D9
Chambersburg, Pa..................25,6; 43,7;
              82,3; 116,2; 135-A; 136,C6; 171

Chambers' Creek, Tenn............12,5; 14,2,3
Champion's Hill, Miss...........36,1; 135-C,4
  Battle of, May 16, 1863..............132,8;
                                      135-C,4
Chancellorsville, Va..............16,1; 22,5;
                39,2,3; 41,1; 44,3; 45,1; 74,
                  1; 81,1; 86,13; 91,1; 93,2;
                  94,6,7; 100,1; 117,1; 135,6
  Battle, 1-3, 1863.....................41,1;
                                  93,2; 135,6

Chancellorsville, (Va.) Campaign,
    April 27-May 6, 1863:
  Army of the Potomac, field oper-
    ations...............................39,3
  Chancellorsville, May 1-3, 1863.......41,1;
                                  93,2; 135,6
  Fredericksburg, May 3-4, 1863..........41,1
  Port Royal to Richard's Ferry..........39,2
  Salem Church, May 3, 1863..............41,1

Chantilly, Va.............................7,1
  Battle of, Sept. 1, 1862..............111,1
Chapel Hill, Mo.......................161,D11
Chapel Hill, N.C........................76,2;
                         117,1; 135-A; 138,D4

Chapel Hill, Tenn.......................135-A
Chaplin, Ky..................150,A10; 151,G10
Chappell House, Va......................40,1;
                    77,2,4; 78,1; 93,1; 100,2

Chariton, Mo...........................152,B3
Chariton River, Mo.....................152,B3
Charles City County, Va..................20,1
Charles City County Court-House, Va.....16,1;
                      17,1; 19,1; 20,1; 21,9;
                      22,1; 74,1; 92,1; 93,1;
                         100,1; 135-A; 137,F9

Charles City Road, Va.............16,1; 19,1;
                20,1; 22,1; 77,1; 92,1; 135,3
Charleston, Ark.......................159,A11

Charleston, Ill...................151,B2; 171
Charleston, Mo.................135-A; 153,C11
Charleston, S.C...................23,6; 38,2;
             76,2; 91,4; 117,1; 118,1; 135-A;
                139,H4; 143,H13; 144,D14; 171

  Defenses.........................4,1; 131,1
  Views of forts, batteries, etc., in
    vicinity...........................1,1-3;
                     2,1-3; 121,1-9; 122,1-11
  View off North Channel..................4,1
  Works erected by Union forces,
    1863-64...............................4,1

Charleston, Tenn..................24,3; 97,1;
                         117,1; 118,1; 135-A;
                              142,G1; 149,B12
  Defenses.............................111,15

Charleston, W. Va......................135-A;
                          140,H8; 141,C9; 171
Charleston Harbor, S.C.................135-A;
                                       139,H4
  Plans of forts, batteries, etc.....44,1,2,4

Charleston and Savannah Rail-
    road....................4,1; 76,2; 131,1;
                     139,H2; 143,H11; 144,E10
Charlestown, W. Va......................25,6;
           27,1; 74,1; 81,4; 82,6; 84,36; 85,
               1; 100,1; 116,2; 135-A; 136,E6
  Skirmish, Aug. 21, 1864.  See
    Welch's Spring, W. Va.

Charlot, Mo.:
  Battle of, Oct. 25, 1864...............66,5
Charlotte, N.C...................76,2; 117,1;
                   118,1; 135-A; 142,F12; 171

Charlotte, Tenn.........................24,3;
                          30,2; 135-A; 150,G4
Charlotte Pike, Tenn....................30,2;
                       72,2; 135-B,1; 135-C,5

Charlottesville, Va.........16,1; 22,5; 74,1;
              81,6; 84,9; 85,1; 100,1; 116,4;
                    117,1; 135-A; 137,D5; 171
 
Chase, Camp, Ohio......................140,C3
Chattahoochee River, Ga...........45,5; 49,3,
           5; 56,4; 57,1,3; 58,2; 59,8; 60,1,
            2; 62,2,5; 63,5; 65,4; 71,12; 88,
               2; 96,5; 117,1; 118,1; 143,C2;
               147,D12; 148,A12; 149,H12; 171

  Operations on the line of the,
    July 5-17, 1864.....................45,5;
                      49,3,5; 56,4; 59,8; 62,
                       2,5; 63,5; 65,4; 71,12

Chattanooga, Tenn.......................24,3;
              35,6; 48,1; 49,1,2; 50,1,5; 57,
               1,2,3; 58,2; 61,9; 62,1; 76,2;
                    88,2; 97,1; 101,1; 117,1;
                   118,1; 135-A; 149,C10; 171

  Defenses.............................111,10
  Operations about, Oct. 20-Dec. 
    31, 1863.............................97,1
  Plans of Union forts, batteries,
    etc........................111,7,8,11-14;
                             112,5-8; 113,1,2
  Vicinity, 1863.........................35,6
  Views..........................123,1,2,5,6;
                               129,5; 130,4,6

Chattanooga-Ringgold Campaign,
      Nov. 23-27, 1863:
  Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Nov.
    24, 1863.............................50,4
  Missionary Ridge, Tenn., Nov.
    25, 1863.............45,8; 49,1,2; 50,2,3
Chattooga River, Ga.....................24,3;
                    46,3; 48,1; 57,1,3; 88,2;
                        111,9; 135-A; 149,E10

Cheat Mountain, W. Va....................2,4;
                     30,5; 84,10; 116,3; 135-
                         C,1; 137,B1; 131,B14
Cheat River, W. Va.......................2,4;
                                84,10; 136,E1

Cheek's Cross-Roads, Tenn...............24,3;
                                        118,1
Chehaw Station, Ala....................117,1;
                                135-A; 148,E9
Cheney's, Ga............................48,1;
               57,3; 59,3; 60,1; 65,2,3; 88,2

Cheneyville, La.........................52,1;
                        54,1; 155,113; 156,A3
Cheraw, S.C.............................76,2;
                   79,3; 80,6,7; 86,6; 117,1;
                   118,1; 135-A; 143,A13; 171

Cherokee Agency, Ind. Ter.................171
Cherokee Reserve, Ark.................154,A1;
                                      159,A13
Cherokee Station, Ala...........117,1; 149,D3
Cherry Creek, Miss....................154,D13

Cherry Grove, Va.........................93,1
Cherry Run, W. Va.................27,1; 116,2
Cherry Valley, Tenn.....................24,3;
                                 30,2; 150,G7

Chesapeake Bay................135-A; 137; 171
Cheshire, Ohio.................140,F6; 141,A8
Chess Wagons:
  Drawings..............................106,1

Chesser's Store, Ky..........150,A10; 151,G11
Chester, S.C...........................117,1;
                  118,1; 142,H11; 143,A9; 171

Chesterfield, S.C.......................76,2;
              80,6; 117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 138,
                 H1; 139,A3; 142,H14; 143,A13

Chesterfield County, Va.:
  Section of............................135,3
Chester Gap, Va.............22,5; 43,7; 69,1;
              74,1; 81,4; 85,1; 100,1; 137,A5

Chester Station, Va.....................65,1;
                                 77,3; 137,F7
  Available routes to Amelia
    Court-House, Va......................78,1
Chesterville, S.C.................76,2; 135-A
Cheves, Battery, S.C...............4,1; 131,1

Chewalla, Tenn.........................117,1;
                118,1; 135-A; 149,D1; 154,B14
Chicago, Ill..............................171
Chickahominy River, Va..................16,1;
                    17,1; 19,1,3; 20,1; 21,9;
                    63,8; 77,1; 81,3,6; 92,1;
                  93,1; 97,2; 100,1,2; 137,F8

Chickamauga, Ga.:
  Battle of, Sept. 19-20, 1863..........30,6;
                    46,1,2,2; 47,2,3,7; 96,4;
                    97,3; 98,2; 101,20; 111,9

Chickamauga (Ga.) Campaign,
    Aug. 16-Sept. 22, 1863:
  Chickamauga, Sept. 19-20, 1863........30,6;
                    46,1,2,4; 47,2,3,7; 96,3;
                    97,3; 98,2; 101,20; 111,9
  Theater of operations..................48,1

Chickamauga Creek, Ga...................47,3;
                                  58,2; 101,3
Chickamauga Creek, Ga., and
    Tenn.....................57,1-3; 101,1,20
Chickamauga Creek, Tenn............24,3; 50,5

Chickamauga Station, Tenn...............48,1;
                    49,2; 50,5; 57,1,2; 58,2;
                    97,1; 101,1; 111,9; 118,1

Chickasaw, Ala..........................24,3;
             72,6; 78,3; 117,1; 118,1; 149,D2
Chickasaw Bayou, Miss...................27,2;
                             36,1; 37,4; 51,1

Chicotville, La..........................52,1
Chihuahua, Mexico..................54,1; 98,1
Chiricahua Mountains, Ariz. Ter..........98,1
Choctawhatchee Bay, Fla................110,1;
                                135-A; 147,E7

Chowan River, N.C.....................138,C10
Christiana, Tenn..................24,3; 30,2;
                    32,5; 34,1; 118,1; 149,A7

Christiansburg, Ky....................151,F11
Chuckatuck, Va...........................93,1
Chulahoma, Miss.......................154,C11
Chula Station, Va.......................16,1;
              74,1; 78,1; 93,1; 100,1; 137,F6

Chunkey Creek, Miss.............51,1; 155,C13
Churchill, Fort, Nev. Ter........120,1; 134,1
Cincinnati (U.S.S.)......................27,2
Cincinnati, Ohio.......................118,1;
                  135-A; 141,A1; 151,C12; 171

  Defenses..............................103,2
Circleville, Va...........................7,1
Citronelle, Ala.................135-A; 147,C3
City Point, Va....................16,1; 17,1;
                19,1; 20,1; 22,1; 56,1; 65,1;
                74,1; 76,5; 77,3; 92,1; 93,1;
                100,1,1; 117,1; 135-A; 137,F8
  View of post hospital.................126,4

Claiborne, Ala.........................135-A;
                          147,A5; 148,H4; 171
Clarendon, Ark............47,1; 135-A; 154,C6

Clarke's Bayou, La....................158,C13
Clarksburg, Tenn......................149,A1;
                              150,H1; 153,G14
Clark's Mountain, Va....................22,5;
                       44,3; 45,1; 81,1; 87,4

Clarksville, Ark........................47,1;
                   119,1; 135-A; 159,A12; 171
Clarksville, Tenn.......................24,3;
                     30,2; 135-A; 150,F4; 171

  Vicinity of...........................115,2
Claysville, Ala.........................118,1
Clay Village, Ky......................151,F11
Clear Creek, Ark......................159,D13
Clear Creek, Ga.........................57,3;
                          60,1,2; 88,1; 101,6

Clear Creek, Miss............36,1; 37,6; 51,1
Clear Lake, Ark........................154,C4
Clear Spring, Md........................25,6;
                            27,1; 82,3; 116,2

Cleveland, Tenn.........................135-A
  Defenses..............................111,4
Clifton, Tenn....................24,3; 117,1;
                118,1; 135-A; 149,B2; 153,H14

Clifton Forge, Va................94,1; 137,E1
Clifton, Fort, Va............56,1; 77,3; 93,1
Clinch, Fort, Fla....................145,E11;
                                  146,D2; 171

Clinch Mountain, Tenn............118,2; 135-A
Clinch River, Tenn...........9,2; 24,3; 95,3;
                         117,1; 118,2; 135-A;
                           142,C3,D2; 150,H12

Clinton, Ark............................47,1;
                           135-A; 153,G2; 171

Clinton, Ga..........69,5; 70,1; 76,1,2; 101,
              21; 117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 144,C3

Clinton, Ky...........................153,D12
Clinton, La............................135-A;
                          155,H7; 156,A7; 171
Clinton, Miss.....................36,1; 51,1;
                  71,15; 117,1; 135-A; 155,C9

Clinton, Mo.............................47,1;
                       135-A; 152,A5; 161,F12
Clinton, Tenn..................9,2; 24,3; 76,
                       2; 95,3; 118,2; 135-A;
                         142,D2; 150,G13; 171

Clintonville, Mo......................161,H11
Cloud's House, S.C.......................80,5
Cloutierville, La.......................52,1;
                         155,F1; 158,F14; 171

Clover Hill, Va..............8,1; 16,1; 45,6;
              74,1; 78,1; 86,12; 93,1; 100,1;
                  117,1; 135,5; 135-A; 137,F7

Coalsmouth, W. Va.......................135-A
Coan River, Va..................16,1; 137,D10
Cobb, Fort, Ind. Ter.........54,1; 119,1; 171

Cobb's Hill, Va.:
  Redoubt and signal station.............68,4
Cockeysville, Md...........27,1; 81,4; 136,E9
Cockletown, Va........................15,2,4;
                            17,1; 18,2; 100,1

Cockrum, Miss.........................154,C10
Cockspur Island, Ga...............5,3,4; 70,2
Coffeeville, Miss......................117,1;
                          135-A; 154,F10; 171

Coggins Point, Va.......................16,1;
              17,1; 20,1; 92,1; 93,1; 100,1,2
Cold Harbor, Va.............16,1; 17,1; 19,1;
            21,9; 22,1; 42,3; 63,8; 74,1; 81,
               3; 94,5; 97,2; 100,1,2; 137,E8
  Battles:
    June 27, 1862.  See Gaines'
      Mill, Va.

    June 1-3, 1864.......................97,2
  Operations about, May 31-June
      12, 1864.....................81,3; 94,5
Cold Water, Miss..................154,B11,C10
Cold Water River, Miss...................154,
                                  B10,D9; 171

Coldwater, or Copasaw, River
    Miss................................117,1
Cole Camp, Mo..........................135-A;
                              152,E1; 161,F13
Cole Camp Creek, Mo...................152,E2;
                                      161,F13

Colesburg, Ky...........117,1; 150,A8; 151,G9
Cole's Island, S.C...........4,1; 23,6; 131,1
College Grove, Tenn......................31,2

Collierville, Tenn.....................117,1;
                               135-A; 154,B11
Collins, Camp, Colo. Ter................120,1
Collins, Fort, Colo. Ter................119,1
Colorado, Colo. Ter.....................120,1

Colorado, Camp, Tex.......................171
Colorado Territory:
  Section of.....................119,1; 120,1
Columbia, Ky.............................9,2;
                        118,1; 135-A; 150,D10

Columbia, La......................155,D4; 171
Columbia, Mo...........................135-A;
                              152,C4,D10; 171
Columbia, Pa............................135-A

Columbia, S.C......................76,2; 79,3
             80,4; 86,4; 117,1; 118,1; 120,2;
                  135-A; 139,D1; 143,D10; 171

Columbia, Tenn....................24,3; 30,2;
                    117,1; 135-A; 149,A5; 171
  Skirmishes, Nov. 24-27, 1864..........105,4
  Vicinity of...........................115,4

Columbia, Va................16,1; 74,1; 81,6;
                  100,1; 117,1; 135-A; 137,E5
Columbia Bridge, Va......................85,1

Columbia Furnace, Va....................100,1
Columbia River, Oreg. and Wash.
    Ter.................................134,1
Columbia River, Wash. Ter.................171
Columbia Road, Tenn...............30,2; 72,1;
                 73,3; 115,3; 135-B,1; 135-C5

Columbus, Ga............................74,4;
                   76,1,2; 117,1; 118,1; 132,
                       7; 135-A; 148,E11; 171

  Action, April 16, 1865.................74,4
  Defenses..............................132,7
Columbus, Ky......................4,2,3; 5,2;
                   117,1; 135-A; 153,C12; 171

  Confederate Works, 1862.................5,2
Columbus, Miss.........................117,1;
                    118,1; 135-A; 148,A1; 171
Columbus, Mo.......................161,A9,D11

Columbus, Ohio.............135-A; 140,C3; 171
Combahee Ferry, S.C.....................26,3;
                         76,2; 117,1; 144,E11

Combahee River, S.C.....................26,3;
                  91,4; 117,1; 135-A; 144,E12
  Defenses, Nov., 1863...................26,3
Comite River, La.......................156,B7

Commerce, Miss.............135-A, 154,C9; 171
Commerce, Mo...................135-A; 153,B11
Como, Tenn....................150,G1; 153,E13

Concho River, Tex.........................171
Concord, N.C............................76,2;
                 117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 142,F12
Congaree Creek, S.C.....................79,3;
                            80,4; 86,4; 120,2