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Congaree River, S.C...............79,3; 80,4;
                 86,4; 135-A; 139,D1; 143,D10

Connecticut (State)...................162-171
Conrad's Ferry, Md................81,4; 100,1
Conyersville, Tenn...............24,3; 150,F1
Coolidge, Battery, Tenn.:
  Plan..................................113,2
Coon Creek, Mo........................160,B11

Cooper, Camp, Tex..................135-A; 171
Coosa River, Ala..................46,3; 76,1;
                  117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 148,D7
Coosawattee River, Ga.............24,3; 57,1;
                  58,1; 88,2; 101,10; 171,E12

Coosawhatchie, S.C................76,2; 79,3;
                    91,4; 101,21; 117,1; 118,
                     1; 120,2; 135-A; 144,E11

Coos Bay, Oreg..........................134,1
Corbin's Bridge, Va.....................16,1;
               45,1; 55,3; 74,1; 91,1; 137,C7
Corbin's Cross-Roads, Va..........22,5; 100,1

Core Creek, N.C.........................91,3;
                                138,F8,F9,H11
Corinth, Miss.......12,5; 13,2,6; 14,3; 23,9,
            10; 24,3; 25,1; 78,3; 117,1; 118,
               1; 135-A; 149,D1; 154,B14; 171

  Advance upon and siege of, April
    29-June 10, 1862.............13,2,6; 14,3
  Battle of, Oct. 3-4, 1862.....23,9,10; 25,1
  Roads to Tennessee River.........12,5; 78,3
  Vicinity of, toward Monterey,
    Tenn.................................13,6
Corps Badges, Flags, etc.:

  Illustration............................175
Corpus Christi, Tex.....................43,8;
                             54,1; 65,10; 171
Cotton Plant, Ark.......................135-A
Cotton Plant Ferry, Tenn..............149,B12
Council Grove, Kans....................119,1;
                           135-A; 161,D5; 171

Courtland, Ala..........................24,3;
                         118,1; 135-A; 149,E4
Cove Mountain, Va.....................141,H11
Cove Point, Md........................137,D10
Covington, Ga.............71,2; 76,2; 101,21;
                         117,1; 118,1; 135-A;
                          143,E2; 144,A2; 171

Covington, Ky..........................103,2;
                          135-A; 151,C12; 171
  Defenses..............................103,2
Covington, La.............135-A, 156,C10; 171

Covington, Tenn........................117,1;
                                135-A,153,H10
Covington, Va.........30,5; 81,6; 84,9; 94,1;
                 135-A; 135-C,1; 141,E13; 171

Cowan, Tenn.............................24,3;
                   97,1; 117,1; 118,1; 149,C8
Cow Creek, Kans.................119,1; 160,A9
Cowpen Ford, S.C.......................120,2;
                     139,F1; 143,G10; 144,C10

Cox's Bridge, N.C............79,3; 80,9; 86,7
Crab Orchard, Ky...........9,2; 118,1; 135-A;
                  141,F1,G1; 150,C12; 151,H13

Craig, Fort, N. Mex.....................12,3;
                              54,1; 98,1; 171
  Operations about, Feb., 1862...........12,3
Craig's Meeting-House, Va................74,1
Crampton's Gap, Md.......................81,4
Crane Creek, Mo.......................160,C12

Creek Agency, Ind. Ter..................47,1;
                                119,1; 160,G7
Creelsborough, Ky........................9,2;
                               118,1; 150,E10
Creighton, Fort, Tenn.:
  Plan..................................111,8

Cricket Hill, Va......................137,E11
Cripple Creek, Tenn................30,2; 34,1
Crittenden, Ky.........................135-A;
                              141,B1; 151,D12
Crittenden, Fort, Utah Ter................171
Croatan, N.C....................67,3; 138,G10

Crockett, Tenn........................153,E12
Crockett, Tex.............54,1; 135-A; 158,G6
Crook, Fort, Cal...................120,1; 171
Crooked Creek, Ala.....................149,F4
Crocked Creek, Ark....................160,F14
Crooked Creek, Kan......................119,1

Crooked Creek, Mo......................153,A9
Crooked River, Fla............146,B1; 147,G14
Crooked River, Oreg.....................134,1
Crooked Run, Va.............16,1; 23,4; 27,1;
              69,1; 82,4; 85,1; 87,2,4; 100,1

Cross Bayou, La............52,1; 53,1; 155,F4
Cross Hollows, Ark.................10,2; 66,1
Cross Keys, Va.........................21,12;
                   42,4; 74,1; 84,10; 85,1,5;
                    93,1; 94,2; 111,2; 138,A9
  Battle of, June 8, 1862..............21,12;
                                  42,4; 111,2

Cross-Lanes, W. Va........................9,3
Cross-Roads, Ky........................151,H4
Cross Timber Hollow, Ark.................66,1
Crossville, Tenn........................24,3;
                        118,1; 135-A; 150,H10
Crow Creek, Ala..........................97,1
Crow's House, Va........................66,9;
                 74,2; 76,5; 77,3; 93,1; 94,9

Crow's Nest, Va.:
  Lookout and signal tower, Sept.,
    1864................................67,10
Crump's Creek, Va.......................16,1;
                  19,1; 20,1; 21,9; 74,1; 81,
                 3; 92,1; 96,6; 100,1; 137,E8

Crump's Landing, Tenn....................78,3
Crutchfield, Fort, Tenn.:
  Plan..................................112,6
Crystal Springs, Miss............51,1; 155,D9

Cuba, Mo.................................47,1
Cubero, N. Mex...........................98,1
Cub Run, Va...........3,1,2; 7,1; 10,7; 22,6;
                 27,1; 74,1; 111,1; 137,A7,C4

Culpeper Court-House, Va...............21,13;
                22,5; 23,4,5; 43,7; 44,3; 45,
                 1; 74,1; 84,9; 85,1,3; 87,2;
                  100,1; 117,1; 135-A; 137,B6

Culpeper Ford, Va.......................44,3;
                 45,1; 81,1; 87,2; 94,6; 96,1
Cumberland, Md..........................82,3;
                            85,1; 136,D4; 171

  Attack on, Aug. 1, 1864. See
    Pleasant Mills, Md.
Cumberland, Army of the:
  Campaigns, 1861-1865............24,3; 118,1
Cumberland, Department of the
    (U):
  Boundaries..........................166-171

Cumberland Ford, Ky.....................95,3;
                         118,2; 135-A; 142,B3
Cumberland Gap, Ky................95,3; 135-A
Cumberland Gap, Tenn.................118,1,2;
                           135-A; 142,B4; 171

Cumberland Gap Campaign:
  Operations, March 28-June 18,
    1862................................118,2
Cumberland Iron Works, Tenn............135-A;
                                       150,F3
Cumberland Mountains.............95,3; 117,1;
                        118,2; 135-A; 142,B4;
                        149,B10; 150,H10; 171

  Winters' Gap, Tenn., to Louisa,
    Ky...................................95,3
Cumberland River, Ky.....................9,2;
                                135-A; 150,E3
Cumberland River, Tenn..................24,3;
            30,2; 112,4; 114,5; 115,2,5; 117,
                 1; 118,1; 135-A; 150,E3; 171

Cumberland Valley Railroad..............25,6;
                           43,7; 82,3; 136,C6
Cummings, Fort, N. Mex...................98,1
Cummings Point, S.C......................4,1;
                            23,6; 26,2; 131,1
  Views, Feb. and March, 1861............1,3;
                                        2,1,3

Current River, Mo.............47,1; 153,A5,D7
Currituck Inlet, N.C.............138,B12; 171
Currituck Sound, N.C..................138,B12
Cynthiana, Ky..........................118,1;
                  135-A; 141,C2; 151,E13; 171

Cypress Creek, La.....................158,B12
Cypress Creek, Tenn...........149,C1; 154,B13
Dabney's Mill, Va...............66,9; 74,1,2;
                  77,2; 93,1; 94,8,9; 100,1,2

Dakota Territory......................163-171
  Sioux Expedition, June l6-Sept.
    13, 1863.........................33,2,4,5
Dallas, Ga............43,5,6,9; 48,3,4; 56,5;
           57,1,3; 58,2,4; 59,3,5; 61,13; 62,
             1; 76,1,2; 88,2; 90,6,7; 101,13;
                 117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,G12

Dallas, La......................135-A; 155,C6
Dallas, Mo.......................47,1; 153,B9
Dallas Line, Ga.:
  Operations, May 25-June 5, 1864.......43,5,
                     6,9; 48,3-5; 56,5; 58,4,
                    5; 59,5; 61,13,14; 90,6,7

Dalles, Fort, Oreg........................171
Dalton, Ga..............................24,3;
              48,1; 55,6; 57,1,2,3; 58,2; 76,
               1,2; 88,2; 97,1; 101,4; 115,8;
                   118,1; 135-A; 149,D11; 171

  Demonstrations:
    Feb. 22-27, 1864.....................33,3
    May 9-13, 1864.......................55,6
  Vicinity of...........................115,8
Dandridge, Tenn.........................24,3;
                   76,2; 118,1; 135-A; 142,D4

Dan. McCook, Fort, Tenn.:
  Plan..................................113,5
Danville, Ark...........................47,1;
                        119,1; 135-A; 159,B13
Danville, Ky...............9,2; 118,1; 135-A;
                     141,F1; 150,B11; 151,H12

Danville, Miss...........149,D1; 154,C14; 171
Danville, Mo...............135-A; 152,D6; 171
Danville, Va...........................117,1;
                    118,1; 135-A; 138,B2; 171

  Expedition, April 23-29, 1865..........74,1
Danville and South Side Rail-
    roads, Va.:
  Expedition against, June 22-
    July 2,1864..........................74,1
Darbytown, Va...........................74,1;
                           92,1; 100,2; 135,3

Darbytown Road, Va......................20,1;
                      22,1; 77,1; 92,1; 100,2
Dardanelle, Ark.........................47,1;
                 98,3; 135-A; 154,A1; 159,A13
  Skirmish, Jan.14, 1865.................98,3

Darien, Ga.............................117,1;
                          135-A; 145,Cll; 171
Darkesville, W. Va................25,6; 27,1;
              43,7; 69,1; 81,4,; 100,1; 116,2

Darling, Fort, Va...................74,1; 171
Daufuskie Island, S.C..............5,4; 70,2;
                101,21; 120,2; 133,3; 144,F11
Dauphin Island, Ala.....................63,6;
                         110,1; 135-A; 147,F3
Davenport Church, Va..............77,2; 100,2

Davisborough, Ga..................69,5; 71,6;
                        101,21; 117,1; 118,1;
                          143,G6; 144,C6; 171
Davis' Cross-Roads, Ga..................111,9

Davis, Fort, Tex..............54,1; 98,1; 171
Davis, Fort, Va.:
  Plan.................................104,12
Davis House, Ga.........................48,1;
                    50,5; 57,1,2; 58,1; 59,3;
                  60,1; 62,13,14; 97,3; 111,9

Davis House, Va.........................40,1;
                65,9; 77,2; 78,1; 93,1; 100,2
Davis' Mills, Miss.......................51,1
Dayton, Mo............................161,E11
Dead Buffalo Lake, Dak. Ter............33,2,5
  Action, July 26, 1863..................33,5

Decatur, Ala............................24,3;
             61,9; 76,1; 115,6; 117,1; 118,1;
                   135-A; 148,E9; 139,E6; 171

  Vicinity of...........................115,6
Decatur, Ga.............................45,3;
              57,1,3; 58,2; 60,1,2; 62,1,4,9,
            12; 70,1; 71,1; 76,2; 88,1,2; 90,
              3; 101,21; 117,1; 118,1; 135-A;
                 143,El; 144,A1; 149,G13; 171

Decatur, Tenn.....................24,3; 76,2;
                         117,1; 118,1; 135-A;
                         142,F1; 149,B12; 171
Decherd, Tenn.....................24,3; 35,1;
                  117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,C8
  Vicinity of, 1863......................35,1

Deep Bottom, Va.............17,1; 19,1; 65,6;
                67,7; 74,1; 77,3; 92,1; 100,2
  Union defensive lines............65,6; 67,7

Deep Creek, Va........................18,1,2;
               26,4; 74,1; 76,5; 86,11; 93,1;
                   100,1; 137,E6,E7,F6,G6,H11
Deep Run, Va............................16,1;
                23,4; 31,4; 33,1; 39,2,3; 41,
                 1; 63,7; 91,1; 100,1; 137,C5

Deepwater, Mo.........................161,F11
Deer Creek, Miss........................36,1;
                            154,G7; 155,A7,B7
Deer Creek, Mo................152,F2; 161,G13
Delaware (State)............136; 137; 162-171

Delaware, Fort, Del..............136,D12; 171
Dehli, La..............................155,C6
Demopolis, Ala.........................117,1;
                           l35-A; 148,E3; 171
  

 

Denmark, Tenn..................135-A; 153,H12
Denver City, Colo. Ter.................119,1;
                                   120,1; 171
Departments and Divisions:
  Union and Confederate...............162-171
De Russy, Fort, La.......................52,1
Des Allemands Station, La..............156,E9
Des Arc, Ark....................135-A; 154,B6

Deserted House, Va.................26,4; 28,3
  Engagement, Jan. 30, 1863..............28,3
De Soto, Mo...............47,1; 135-A; 152,F9
Devall's Bluff, Ark.....................47,1;
                                117,1; 154,C6

Deveaux's Neck, S.C.:
  Position, etc., Dec., 1864.............91,4
Devil's Fork,.Ark......................153,G3
Diamond Hill, Va.........................83,7
Diascund Bridge, Va.....................92,1;
                                100,1; 137,F9
Dick Robinson, Camp, Ky...............141,F1;
                             150,B11; 151,H12

Dinwiddle Court-House, Va............66,9,11;
                    68,3; 74,1,2; 76,5; 77,2;
                    93,1; 94,9; 100,1; 117,1;
                         118,1; 135-A; 137,G7
  Engagement, March 31, 1865.............74,2

Dinwiddie Plank Road, Va.................40,1
Dirt Town, Ga...........................48,1;
                 117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,Ell
Dispatch Station, Va....................16,1;
                   17,1; 19,1; 20,1; 22,1; 77

                     1; 92,1; 100,1,2; 137,E8
Disputanta Station, Va..................74,1;
                 93,1; 100,1,2; 117,1; 137,G8

District of Columbia..........135-A; 136; 137
  Defense of Washington.............6,1; 89,1
  Vicinity of Washington, 1862............7,1
Divisions and Departments:
  Union and Confederate...............162-171

Dixon's Springs, Tenn....................30,2
Dodge, Fort, Kans.......................119,1
Donaldsonville, La.....................135-A;
                                  156,D7; 171
Donelson, Fort, Tenn..............11,2,3,5-7;
                    114,5; 135-A; 150,F2; 171

  Siege and capture, Feb. 12-16,
    1862.............................11,3,5-7
  Sketch of, and surrounding coun-
    try.................................114,5
Doniphan, Mo..............47,1; 135-A; 153,D7
Double Bridges, Ga.......................76,1
Dover, Ark..............................47,1;
                          135-A; 159,A13; 171

Dover, Mo.............................161,C12
Dover, Va.................................7,1
Dover Road, N.C.........................105,5
Downsville, Md..........................27,1;
                            42,5; 69,1; 116,2
Drake, Redoubt, Va.:
  View..................................125,8
Dranesville, Va..............7,1; 13,5; 27,1;
                  41,2; 100,1; 136,F7; 137,A8
  Engagement, Dec. 20, 186........113,5; 41,2

Dresden, Tenn..........................117,1;
                        118,1; 135-A; 153,E13
Drewry's Bluff, Va......................16,1;
                17,1; 19,1; 20,1; 22,1; 65,1;
               77,3; 78,1; 92,1; 100,2; 135,3

Droop Mountain, W. Va...................30,5;
                             135-C,1; 141,D13
  Engagement..........................135-B,2
Drumgould's Bluff, Miss..................37,4
Dry Fork, Mo.....................33,6; 152,B6
  Action, July 5, 1861...................32,6
Dry Run, Va.......................94,2; 100,1

Dry Wood Creek, Mo......................66,5;
                             160,A10; 161,H10
Dublin, Ga..............................135-A
Duck Branch, S.C........................80,2;
                               118,1; l44,D10
Duckport, La.:
  Proposed road to Walnut Bayou,
    1863.................................35,4

Duck River, Tenn..................24,3; 30,2;
                   115,4; 117,1; 149, A4-6,B8
Dudley, N.C..............117,1; 118,1; 138,F6
Duffield's Station, W. Va.........27,1; 29,1;
               69,1; 81,4; 82,5; 100,1; 116,2

Dug Gap, Ga............24,3; 48,1; 50,5; 57,1
                  97,1; 101,4; 111,9; 149,D10
Duguidsville, Va..........74,1; 100,1; 137,F4

Dumfries, Va......................8,1; 86,14;
                  100,1; 117,1; 135-A; 137,B8
Duncan, Fort, Tex...................54,l; 171
Dun Glen, Nev. Ter...............120,1; 134,1

Dunksburg, Mo.................152,D1; 161,E13
Dunlap, Tenn............................24,3;
                  97,1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,B10
Durham, N.C.............................76,2;
                  117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 138,D4

Durhamville, Tenn.....................153,G11
Dutch Gap, Va...........................16,1;
                    17,1; 19,1; 65,1,7; 74,l;
                    92,1; 93,1; 100,1; 137,F8
  View, 100 pounder gun battery,
    intrenchments.......................124,6

Dutch Gap Canal, Va...................65,7,8;
                          77,3; 100,2; 125,10
  Plan of defenses, etc, Aug, 1864.....65,7,8
  View.................................125,10
Dutton, Redoubt, Va.:
  View..................................125,6

Dyersburg, Tenn................135-A; 153,F11
Dyer's Ford, Ga.................46,1,2; 47,7;
                48,1; 50,5; 57,2; 97,3; 111,9

Dyer's Station, Tenn..................153,F12
Eagle Pass, Tex..........................54,1
Eaglesville, Tenn.......................24,3;
                           30,2; 31,2; 149,A6
Early Grove, Miss.....................154,B12
East, Department of the (U):
  Boundaries................162; 163; 167-171

East Point, GA..........57,1,3; 58,2; 60,1,2;
              61,8; 62,1,9; 69,5; 70,1; 76,2;
            88,1,2; 90,2; 101,21; 117,1; 118,
                   1; 135-A; 148,A13; 149,H13
  Position 16th Corps {Left Wing),
    Sept. 10, 1864.......................61,8

Eastport, Miss..........24,3; 72,6; 76,1; 78,
               3; 117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,D2
  Cavalry Corps, Military Divis-
    ion of the Mississippi, winter
    1864-65..............................72,6

East Tennessee, Department of
    (C):
  Boundaries..........................165-168
East Tennessee and Georgia Rail-
  road.............................48,1 50,5;
                57,1-3; 111,5,6; 115,7; 117,1
East Tennessee and Virginia Rail-
  road....................................142

Eastville, Va.............135-A; 137,F12; 171
Eatonton, Ga............................69,5;
               71,3,4; 76,1,2; 101,21; 117,1;
                   118,1; 143,F4; 144,B4; 171

Ebenezer Church, Ala...............74,5; 76,1
  Battle, April 1, 1865..................74,5
Ebenezer Creek, Ga......................71,9;
                 86,1; 101,21; 120,2; 144,E10
Eddyville, Ky..........................117,1;
                         118,1; 135-A; 150,D2

Eden, Ga................................135-A
Edenburg, Va................43,7; 74,1; 81,4;
                    84,9; 85,1; 100,1; 137,A4
Edenton, N.C..............135-A; 138,C10; 171

Edgefield, Tenn...................24,3; 30,2;
                   31,2; 118,1; 135-A; 150,G5
Edgefield Junction, Tenn................24,3;
                         117,1; 118,1; 150,G5

Edina, Mo..........................135-A; 171
Edisto Island, S.C......................117,1
                               135-A; 144,E12
Edisto River, S.C.................76,2; 80,3;
                 117,1; 120,2; 135-A; 139,E1;
               143,G11; 144,A10,B9,C11; 117,1

Edmonton, Ky............................135-A
Edwards Depot, Miss..............36,1; 117,1;
                132,8; 135-A; 135-C,4; 155,C8
Edwards Ferry, Md........................7,1;
                            27,1; 81,4; 100,1
Edwards Ferry, Miss......................51,1
Eel River, Cal.....................134,l; 171

Egypt, Miss...................149,H1; 154,F13
Eight-Mile Creek, Ala...................110,1
Elba Island, Ga...........................5,4
                         70,2; 133,3; 145,A12
Eleven Points River, Mo..........47,1; 153,C6

Elgin, Ark.............................153,G5
Elizabeth, Ark....................153,G6; 171
Elizabeth City, N.C....................135-A;
                                 138,B11; 171
Elizabeth Court-House, W. Va............135-A
                               140,F8; 141,A9

Elizabethtown, Ky...............117,1; 118,1;
                   135-A; 150,B8; 151,H9; 171
Elk Creek, Ind. Ter....................119,1;
                                135-A; 160,H7

Elk Fork, Mo..........................161,F11
Elkhorn Tavern,Ark...............10,2,3; 79,6
  Battle, March 6-8, 1862. See Pea
    Ridge, Ark.
Elk Mountain, W. Va..........2,4; 30,5; 84,9,
              10; 116,3; 140,H11,H12; 141,C13

Elk River, Ala..........................24,3;
                          61,9; 117,1; 149,D5
Elk River, Tenn.................24,3; 34,4,5;
                  35,1; 61,9; 97,1; 149,B8,C6

Elk River, W. Va.........................2,4;
                        140,G9,H8; 141,B11,C9
Elk Run, Va............8,1; 16,1; 22,7; 23,5;
               86,14; 100,1; 117,1; 137,B7,C5

Elkwater, W. Va....................2,4; 116,3
Ellidge's Mill, Ga.................48,1; 57,2
Ellis' Ford, Va...................22,5; 33,4;
                44,3; 45,1; 74,1; 87,2; 100,1

Ellistown, Miss.......................154,D13
Ellisville, Miss........117,1; 135-A; 155,F12
Elm Creek, Tex..........................54,1;
                             119,1; 158,G1,G8
Elm Springs, Ark.......................10,2,4
Ely's Ford, Va..............16,1; 23,4; 39,2;
                41,1; 44,3; 45,1; 74,1; 81,1;
                91,1; 93,1; 94,6; 96,1; 135,6

Elyton, Ala......................76,1; 117,1;
                    118,1; 135-A; 148,A6; 171
Eminence, Mo................135-A; 153,B5,171
Emmitsburg, Md....................25,6; 27,1;
                   43,7; 116,2; 135-A; 136,D7

Enterprise, Mo...................160,D10; 171
Erwin, Battery, Tenn.:
  Plan..................................113,1
Escambia River, Fla....................110,1;
                                135-A; 147,D6
Esperanza, Fort, Tex.....................43,8
  Plan, 1863.............................26,1

Essex (U.S.S.)...........................24,1
Estill Springs, Tenn....................24,3;
                    34,4; 35,1; 135-A, 149,B8
Etowah River, Ga................48,1; 57,1,3;
            58,1,2; 59,3; 62,1; 88,2; 149,Fll

Etowah River, Ga.......................147,E9
Eureka, Mo.............................152,E9
Evening Shade, Ark..............135-A; 153,F5
Evergreen, Ala.........................147,B6
Esra Church, Ga...................56,7; 57,3;
            59,7; 60,1,2; 61,15; 62,9; 88,1,2
  Battle of, July 28, 1864...............56,7
  Fairburn, Ga..................57,1,3; 58,2;
                60,2; 62,9; 76,2; 88,2; 90,2;
              101,21; 118,1; 148,A13; 149,H13
    Kilpatrick's expedition to, Aug.
      15-16, 1864........................90,2
Fairfax, or Culpeper Court-House,
    Va. See Culpeper Court-House.

Fairfax Court-House, Va..............5,10; 7,
                    1; 21,13; 22,5; 74,1; 100
                      1; 117,1; 135-A; 137,A7
  Vicinity of, toward Hunter's
    Chapel, Va., Nov., 1861..............5,10

Fairfax Station, Va.........7,1; 86,15; 117,1
Fairfax N.C...........................138,E11
Fairfield, Pa...........................43,7;
                          116,2; 136,B2,D3,D7
Fairfield, Tenn.......24,3; 30,2; 32,5; 118,1

Fair Garden, Tenn.......................135-A
Fair Haven, Md.........................137,A9
Fairmont, W. Va........................135-A;
                             135-C,1; 140,D11
Fair Oaks, Va...............16,1; 17,1; 19,1;
           20,1; 63,8; 74,1; 77,1; 92,1; 100,
               1,2; 117,1; 135,3; 137,F8; 171

Falling Waters, W. Va...................42,5;
                      43,7; 69,1; 81,4; 116,2
  Adjacent country in Maryland...........42,5
Falls Church, Va.........................6,1;
                       7,1; 27,1; 89,1; 100,1

Falmouth, Ky...........................118,1;
                       135-A; 141,B2; 151,D13
Falmouth, Va...........8,1; 16,1; 24,4; 33,1;
                    39,2,3; 41,1; 43,7; 63,7;
                         135,6; 135-A; 137,C7

Farmington, Miss........................12,5;
                     13,6; 14,3; 23,10; 24,3;
                    76,1; 78,3; 117,1; 149,D1

Farmington, Mo..........................47,1;
                           135-A; 152,H9; 171
Farmington, Tenn........................24,3;
                          30,2; 135-A; 149,B6