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Farmville, Va...............16,1; 74,1; 76,5;
                   78,4; 100,1; 135-A; 137,G5
  Adjacent country from High
    Bridge, Va...........................78,4

Fauquier and Loudon Counties,
    Va.:
  Expedition into, Nov. 28-Dec. 3,
    1864.................................74,1
Fayette, Miss..............135-A; 155,E7; 171
Fayette, Mo.....................135-A; 152,C3

Fayetteville, Ark...........10,2; 47,1; 66,1;
                   119,1; 135-A; 160,F10; 171
  Route to Keetsville, Mo................10,2

Fayetteville, N.C.................76,1; 79,3;
                    80,8; 86,6,7; 117,1; 118,
                        1; 135-A; 138,G4; 171

Fayetteville, Tenn...............24,3; 117,1;
                    118,1; 135-A; 149,C7; 171
Fayetteville, Va...................8,1; 22,5;
              22,7; 23,5; 91,1; 100,1; 137,B6

Fayetteville, W. Va................9,3; 135-A
Fearnsville, Va........................137,H9
Federal Point, N.C................67,1; 75,3;
                  76,4; 105,8; 135-A; 139,C10

Fernandina, Fla...........135-A; 145,E11; 171
Fillmore, Fort, N. Mex..............54,1; 171
Fisher, Fort, N.C.........67,1,5; 75,1-3; 76,
            2,4; 105,8; 129,9; 132,1; 139,C10
  Expedition to and capture, Jan.
    3-17, 1865.........................75,1-3
  Operations against, Dec. 7-27,
    1864...............................67,1,5
  View of iron-clads off, Jan. 15,
    1865................................129,9

Fisher's Hill, Va.....................69,1-3;
                 74,1; 81,4; 82,11; 84,28,29;
                   85,20; 99,2; 100,1; 137,A5
  Battle of, Sept. 22, 1864.............69,2;
                                  82,11; 99,2

Fishing Creek, Ky................9,2; 150,D11
Fish River, Ala.................110,1; 147,E4
Five Forks, Va.................16,1; 66,9,11;
              68,3; 74,1,2; 76,5; 77,2; 78,1;
                  93,1; 94,8,9; 100,1; 137,F6
  Battle of, April 1, 1865......66,9,11; 68,3
  Union and Confederate lines,
    operations, 1864-65..................77,2

Flags, Corp Badges, etc.:
  Illustrations...........................175
Flat Creek, Ga........................101,21;
                         144,A2,E3,F6; 145,D5
Flat Creek, Mo........................152,D2;
                             160,D12; 161,E13

Flat Creek, Tenn.................95,3; 142,D3
Flat Creek, Va....................16,1; 55,1;
                74,1; 76,5; 77,4; 78,1; 93,1;
                     100,1; 137,F6,G3; 138,A6

Flat Rock, Ga...................88,2; 143,E1;
                     144,A1; 148,A14; 149,H14
Flint Creek, Ark.........................10,4
Flint Hill, Va.....................5,10; 7,1;
              22,5; 74,1; 82,8; 100,1; 137,B5

Flint River, Ala........................24,3;
                          61,9; 117,1; 149,E6
Flint River, Ga.......................57,1,3;
             59,6; 60,1,2; 61,5,7; 88,2; 117,
                 1; 135-A; 143,F1; 144,B1,F2;
                 145,C2; 147,C14; 148,B13,C13

Flint Stone Creek, Md..................136,D4
Florence, Ala....................24,3; 117,1;
                    118,1; 135-A; 149,D4; 171

Florence, Ky...........................103,2;
                     141,A1; 151,C12; 153,C13
Florence, Mo............................135-A
Florence, S.C.....................76,2; 135-A

Florida (State)..............145-147; 162-171
  Expedition to, Feb. 5-22, 1864.........53,3
  Mobile (Ala.) Campaign, 1865..........110,1
  Pickens, Fort, May 27, 1861.............5,6
Florida, Department of (U):
  Boundaries..........................163,164

Florida Expedition, Feb. 5-22,
    1864:
  Olustee, or Ocean Pond, Fla.,
    Feb. 20, 1864........................53,3
Florida, Mo............................152,B6
Flowing Springs, W. Va.............42,1; 82,6
  Skirmish, Aug. 21, 1864.  See
    Welch's Spring, W. Va.

Floyd, La..............................155,B6
Floyd's Spring, Ga...........48,1; 57,1; 58,1
Folly Island, S.C..................4,1; 23,6;
                 38,2; 131,1; 139,H4; 144,D14

Forest Hill, Va..........................74,1
Forge Bridge, Va............22,1; 92,1; 100,1
Forsyth, Mo............................119,1;
                  135-A; 153,C1; 160,D14; 171

Fort Furnace, Va........................100,1
Fosterville, Tenn.......................30,2;
                          34,2; 135-A; 149,A7
Fourche Bayou, Ark...............25,3; 154,C3
  Engagement, Sept. 10, 1863.............25,3

Four Mile, Mo..........................153,D9
Four Mile Creek, Va...............17,1; 19,1;
              68,4; 74,1; 92,1; 100,1; 137,F8

Fourteen Mile Creek, Ind. Ter...........119,1
Fourteen Mile Creek, Miss...............36,1;
                                 51,1; 155,C8
Fox's Ford, Va...........................22,7
Fox Springs, Ky................140,H2; 141,C4

Frankfurt, W. Va........................135-A
Frankfort, Ky..........................117,1;
                   118,1; 135-A; 151,F11; 171

Frankfort, Mo.................152,B2; 161,C14
Frankfort, W. Va........................30,5;
                     135-C,2; 136,E4; 141,D13
Franklin, Ky...........................117,1;
                         118,1; 135-A; 150,E6

Franklin, Miss........................155,A10
Franklin, Mo......................47,1; 135-A
Franklin, Tenn....................24,3; 28,5;
             30,2; 72,1; 73, 3-5; 105,9; 115,
               3; 117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 150,H5
  Battle of, Nov. 30, 1864..............72,1;
              73,3-5; 105,9; 135-B,1; 135-C,5
  Vicinity of...........................115,3

Franklin, Va...........................137,H9
Franklin, W. Va...................30,5; 84,9,
             10; 85,1; 100,1; 111,3; 116,3,4;
                  135-A; 135-C,1; 137,B2; 171

  Skirmishes, May 10-12, 1862...........111,3
Franklin Pike, Tenn.........72,2; 73,1; 112,4
Franklinton, La..................156,B10; 171
Frederick, Md...............25,6; 27,1; 43,7;
               74,1; 81,4; 83,9; 94,3; 100,1;
                116,2; 135-A; 136,E7,E11; 171

  Skirmishes, July 7-8, 1864.............94,3
Frederick, Fort, Md...............27,1; 116,2
Fredericksburg, Mo............152,E6; 161,C11
Fredericksburg, Va.......................8,1;
                  16,1; 22,5; 23,3; 25,4; 30,
                 3,4; 31,4; 32,2; 33,1; 39,2;
                41,1; 43,7; 45,1; 63,7; 74,1;
               85,1; 86,13; 91,1; 100,1; 117,
                 1; 135,6; 135-A; 137,C7; 171

  Battles:
      Dec. 11-15, 1862..........25,4; 30,3,4;
                       31,4; 32,2; 33,1; 63,7
      May 3-4, 1863......................41,1
  Expedition to vicinity of, Aug.
    1-8, 1862............................23,3
Fredericksburg, Department of
    (C):

  Boundaries..............................163
Frederick's Hall Station, Va............16,1;
Fredericktown, Mo................47,1; 117,1;
                  135-A; 152,H10; 153,A8; 171

Freeman's Ford, Va.....................21,13;
                         22,5,7; 23,4,5; 87,2
Freestone Point, Va.......................8,1
Fremont's Orchard, Colo. Ter............119,1

Friar's Island, Tenn.............49,1,2; 97,1
Friar's Point, Miss.............135-A; 154,D8
Frick's Gap, Ga...........24,3; 97,1; 149,D10

Friendship Church, Tenn..................34,3
Frog Bayou, Ark...................160,G11,H10
Front Royal, Va.............5,5; 21,13; 22,5;
            27,1; 43,7; 69,1; 74,1; 81,4; 82,
            4,8; 85,1,19; 94,2; 100,1; 137,A5
  Action, May 23,1862.....................5,5
  Engagement, Aug 16, 1864.  See
    Cedarville, Va.

  Skirmish, Sept. 21, 1864...............82,8
Frying Pan, Va............................7,1
Fulton, Mo......................135-A; 152,D5
Fulton Road, Miss........................25,2

Funkstown, Md...........................27,1;
                    42,5; 83,4; 116,2; 136,D6
  Vicinity of, 1863......................42,5
Fussell's Mill, Va..........77,1; 92,1; 100,2

Gadfly, Mo...............................66,1
Gadsden, Ala....................135-A; 149,G9
Gaines' Cross-Roads, Va.................22,5;
                            43,7; 74,1; 100,1

Gaines, Fort, Ala.......................63,6;
                    110,1; 135-A; 147,F3; 171
Gaines' Landing, Ark....................47,1;
                    117,1; 135-A; 154,G6; 171

Gaines' Mill, Va..................16,1; 17,1;
                19,1; 20,1; 77,1; 81,3,6; 87,
               2,4; 92,1; 97,2; 100,2; 137,E8
  Battle of, June 27, 1862.........42,3; 63,8

Gainesville, Ark........................47,1;
                         117,1; 135-A; 153,F8
Gainesville, Fla.......................146,C8
Gainesville, Va...................7,1; 21,13;
           22,5-7; 23,1,2; 45,6; 100,1; 111,1

Gales' Creek, N.C........................67,3
Galatin, Tenn.....................24,3; 30,2;
                         115,5; 117,1; 118,1;
                           135-A; 150,F6; 171

  Vicinity of...........................115,5
Gallatin, Tex.........................158,B10
Gallipolis, Ohio...............140,G6; 141,B7
Galveston, Tex....................38,1; 43,8;
              54,1; 65,10; 135-A; 157,F9; 171

  Fortifications, etc....................38,1
Gap Mountain, Va......................141,G12
Garesché, Fort, Tenn.:
  Plan..................................114,1
Garland, Fort, Colo. Ter...............119,1;
                                   120,1; 171

Garlandville, Miss..............51,1; 155,D12
Garnett, Camp, W. Va.............2,5,6; 84,10
  Vicinity, July, 1861................2,5,6,7
Garnett's House, Va................17,1; 19,1
               77,1; 92,1; 97,2; 100,2; 135,3

Garrettsburg, Ky.......................150,E3
Gatesville, N.C................135-A; 138,B10
Gauley Bridge, W. Va.............9,3; 141,D10
  Vicinity of, 1861.......................9,3

Ganley River, W. Va....................9,1,3;
                             140,H11; 141,C11
Gayoso, Mo............................153,E10

Georgetown, Ga.........................117,1;
                               118,1; 148,G11
Georgetown, S.C..................76,2; 117,1;
                    118,1; 135-A; 139,F6; 171

Georgia (State)......................142-145;
                             147-149; 162-171
  Atlanta Campaign, May 1-Sept.
    8, 1864.........................40,5; 43,
               4-6,9; 45,3-5; 47,4,5; 48,3-5;
                49,3-5; 55,6; 56,2-8; 57,1-3;
                58,1-6; 59,1-9; 60,1,2; 61,1-
               3,5,7-15; 62,1-14; 63,4,5; 65,
              2-5; 71,12; 87,6; 88,1,2; 90,2,
                 3,5-7; 96,5; 101,1-19; 131,3
  Augusta defenses....................132,5,6
  Carolinas, Campaign of the............80,1;
                           86,1; 118,1; 120,2
  Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 20-
    Dec. 31, 1863........................97,1
  Chattanooga, Tenn., to La Fay-
    ette.................................50,5
  Chickamauga Campaign................47,2,3,
                         7; 48,1; 96,4; 97,3;
                          98,2; 101,20; 111,9
  Columbus defenses.....................132,7
  Dalton, Feb. 22-27, 1864...............33,3
  Dalton and vicinity...................115,8
  East Point, Sept. 10, 1864.............61,8
  Macon defenses........................135,4
  Marches of Sherman's forces...........117,1
  Pulaski, Fort, April 10-11, 1862......5,3,4
  Savannah and vicinity.................133,3
  Savannah Campaign...................69,4,5;
                  70,1-3; 71,1-11; 76,2; 90,8
  Savannah River..........................5,4
  Views of forts, batteries, etc.........124,
                     4,5; 126,5-11; 127,1-12;
                     128,1-12; 129,1-4,6-8,10
  Wilson's Raid, March 22-April
    24, 1865.................72,4; 74,4; 76,1

Georgia Central Railroad, Ga............69,5;
                   76,2; 86,1; 143,H5; 144,D5
Germanna Ford, Va...........44,3; 45,1; 81,1;
               87,2; 94,6; 96,1; 117,1; 135,6

Germantown, Tenn.......................117,1;
                               135-A; 154,B10
Germantown, Va..........5,10; 7,1; 8,1; 22,5,
             7; 23,5; 100,1; 118,1; 137,B6,H1

Gettysburg, Pa..........................25,6;
            27,1; 28,4; 40,2; 42,5; 43,1,2,7;
              73,6; 116,2; 135-A; 136,C7; 171

  Battle of, July 1-3, 1863.............28,4;
                   40,2; 43,1,2; 73,6; 95,1,2
Gettysburg Campaign, June 3-
    Aug. 1, 1863:
  
 
  
  Army of Northern Virginia,
    routes and positions..........43,7; 116,2
  Gettysburg, Pa., July 1-3, 1863.......28,4;
                   40,2; 43,1,2; 73,6; 95,1,2
  Winchester, Va., June 13-15,
    1863................................39,4;
                                         43,3

Ghent, Ky.............................151,D11
Gibson, Fort, Ind. Ter..................54,1;
                    119,1; 135-A; 160,G8; 171
Gibson's Mill, Va.................92,1; 100,2

Gila, Ariz. Ter..........................98,1
Gila River, Ariz. Ter...................134,1
Gilgal Church, Ga.......................48,1;
                       57,1; 58,1; 59,3; 60,1

Gilham House, Ga.........................60,1
Gilmer, Fort, Va........................135,3
Glade Spring, Va................135,A; 142,A9
Gladesville, Va.........................95,3;
                         118,1; 135-A; 142,A7

Glasgow, Ky............................118,1;
                           135-A; 150,D8; 171
Glasgow, Mo.............................47,1;
                           135-A; 152,B3; 171

Glass Village, Ark.....................153,H1
Glendale, Va.:
  Battle of, June 30, 1862...............21,8
Glendale, Miss...........................78,3
Glenville, W. Va........................135-A
Globe Tavern, Va......................67,8,9;
                            76,5; 77,2; 100,2

Gloucester, Va.:
  Confederate Works, May 4, 1862.........15,1
Gloucester Court-House, Va..............16,1;
                  17,1; 100,1; 135-A; 137,F10
Gloucester Point, Va................15,1,2,4;
              16,1; 17,1; 18,1,2; 19,2; 100,1

Golden Grove, Mo......................160,B11
Golding's, Va......................17,1; 19,1
Goldsborough, N.C.......................76,2;
              79,3; 80,9; 86,7,16; 91,3; 117,
                 1; 118,1; 135-A; 138,F7; 171

  Expedition, Dec. 11-20, 1862...........91,3
Goochland Court-House, Va...............16,1;
                   81,6; 100,1; 135-A; 137,E6
Goodlettsville, Tenn....................24,3;
                          30,2; 118,1; 150,G5

Goodwin, Fort, Ariz. Ter.................98,1
Gooney Creek, Va.:
  Skirmish, Sept. 20, 1864.  See
    Front Royal, Va.
Goose Creek, Va..........................7,1;
                16,1; 18,1; 27,1; 74,1; 81,4;
                     100,1; 136,F7; 137,A6,G2

Goose Creek Salt Works, Ky..............118,1
Gordon, Ga...............69,5; 76,1,2; 117,1;
                 118,1; 135-A; 143,H4; 144,D4

Gordonsville, Va........................16,1;
                  22,5; 43,7; 74,1; 81,6; 84,
                   8,9; 85,1,3; 100,1; 116,4;
                    117,1; 135-A; 137,D6; 171

  Expedition, Dec. 19-28, 1864...........74,1
  Skirmish, Dec. 24 [23?], 1864..........84,8
Goresville, Va..............7,1; 100,1; 116,2
Goshen, Ala....................118,1; 149,G10

Goshen Swamp, N.C......................138,G7
Goula Bayou, La........................156,D6
Grafton, W. Va.........................116,3;
                 135-A; 135-C,1; 140,E12; 171

Grahamville, S.C........................76,2;
                    86,1; 101,21; 117,1; 118,
                     1; 120,2; 135-A; 144,E11

Granby, Mo......................66,1; 160,C11
Grand Bayou, La.......................156,G9,
                                 H12; 158,D13
Grand Coteau, La................135-A; 156,C4

Grand Écore, La.............50,6; 52,1; 53,1;
                 54,1; 135-A; 155,E1; 158,E14

Grand Glaze, Ark........................135-A
Grand Gulf, Miss........32,4; 35,4; 36,1; 51,
                 1; 117,1; 135-A; 155,D7; 171

  Confederate fortifications, May,
    1863.................................32,4
Grand Junction, Tenn...........117,1; 154,B12
Grand Lake, Ark........................154,H6
Grand Lake, La..........................23,8;
                      135-A; 156,B6,D2,D5,E10

Grand Lake Region, La:
  Survey.................................23,8
Grand Prairie, Ark..................154,B4,C6
Grand River, Ind. Ter....................47,1
Grand River, La.........................23,8;
                              52,1; 156,C5,D6

Grand River, Mo.........................47,1;
                   119,1; 152,A1; 161,A13,F12
Granny White Pike, Tenn.................72,2;
                                  73,2; 112,4

Grant, Camp, Dak. Ter....................33,2
Grant's Creek, N.C............138,H9; 142,E13
Gravelly Run, Va........................16,1;
                66,9; 68,3; 74,1,2; 76,5; 77,
                     2; 94,8,9; 100,1; 137,G7

Gravelly Springs, Ala.........24,3; 68,9; 72,
                6; 76,1; 117,1; 135-A; 149,D3
  Cavalry Corps, Military Division
    of the Mississippi, winter
    1864-65........................68,9; 72,6

Graysville, Ga........48,1; 57,1-3; 58,2; 88,
               2; 97,1; 111,9; 117,1; 149,D11

Great Bridge, Va......................137,H11
Great Cacapon River, W. Va..............27,1;
                                         82,3
Great Falls, Potomac River...............7,1;
                                  27,1; 100,1

Great Run, Va...............16,1; 40,1; 100,1
Great Salt Lake, Utah Ter..........120,1; 171
Greenbrier River, W. Va............2,4; 84,9;
                        116,3; 135-A; 137,C1;
                         140,H12; 141,C14,E11

Greencastle, Pa.........................25,6;
                   43,7; 116,2; 135-A; 136,D6
Greeneville, Tenn.......................24,3;
              76,2; 118,1; 135-A; 142,D6; 171

Greenfield, Mo.................135-A; 160,B12
Green Hill, Tenn........................24,3;
                          30,2; 118,1; 150,G6
Green River, Ky........................102,1;
                117,1; 150,A4,D7; 151,G4; 171

Greensborough, Ark......................135-A
Greensburg, Ky.........................118,1;
                           135-A; 150,C9; 171
Greensburg, La.........................135-A;
                               155,H8; 156,B8

Greenton, Mo..........................161,D11
Greenville, Ky...................118,1; 135-A
Greenville, Miss.......................117,1;
                                135-A; 154,G7

Greenville, Mo..........................47,1;
                        117,1; 135-A; 152,G5;
                         153,B8; 161,B11; 171
Greenville, N.C..........117,1; 135-A; 138,E8

Greenville, S.C.........................135-A
Greenville, Va..........................135-A
Greenwell Springs, La..................156,B7
Greenwich, Va....................8,1; 22,5-7;
                    23,5; 45,6; 100,1; 137,A6

Greenwood, Miss...........67,2; 135-A; 154,G9
Gregg, Battery, S.C......................4,1;
                            26,2; 38,2; 131,1

Grenada, Miss..........................117,1;
                          135-A; 154,F10; 171
Griswoldville, Ga..................69,5; 70,1
Grossetete, La..........................135-A
Grossetete Bayou, La.............23,8; 156,C6

Ground Squirrel Bridge, Va..............16,1;
                                100,1; 137,E7
Ground Squirrel Church, Va...............92,1
Grove Church, Va............92,1; 94,2; 100,1

Groveton, Va......................22,3,4,6,7;
                         23,1,2; 100,1; 111,1
  Battle of, Aug. 29, 1862........22,3,4,6,7;
                                        111,1
Guard Hill, Va....................82,4; 85,19
  Engagement, Aug. 16, 1864.  See
    Cedarville, Va.
Guiney's Station, Va....................45,1;
                            74,1; 81,2; 117,1

Gulf, Department of the (U):
  Boundaries..........................165-171
Gum Springs, Va.....................3,1; 21,7
Gum Swamp, N.C...................80,7; 139,C7
Gunnell's, Va.............................7,1

Gunpowder, Md...........................27,1;
                         81,4; 100,1; 136,E10
Gunter's Bridge, S.C...........143,E9; 144,A9
Guntersville, Ala......................117,1;
                         118,1; 135-A; 149,F8

Guntown, Miss...................76,1; 154,D14
Guyandotte, W. Va..............140,H6; 141,C7
Guy's Gap, Tenn..........................32,5
Hagerstown, Md..........................27,1;
                42,5; 43,7; 81,4; 82,3; 83,4;
                    116,2; 135-A; 136,D6; 171

  Capture, July 6, 1864..................83,4
  Vicinity of, 1863......................42,5
Hall's Ferry, Miss.......................36,1
Hallsville, Mo.........................152,C5
Halltown, W. Va...................27,1; 29,1;
                      42,1; 69,1; 74,1; 81,4;
                     82,1; 85,1; 100,1; 116,2

Hamburg, Mo............................152,D8
Hamburg, Tenn..........................10,10;
                    12,5; 14,2,3; 24,3; 78,3;
                         118,1; 135-A; 149,C2

Hamden, Ohio....................135-A; 140,F5
Hamilton, Va.............................7,1;
                   27,1; 100,1; 116,2; 136,F6

Hampton, Va..............................7,1;
                       18,1,2; 135-A; 137,G11
Hampton Roads, Va.....................137,G11
Hancock, Md.............................25,6;
                     27,1; 82,3; 116,2; 135-A

Hanging Rock, Va.:
  Skirmishes, June 21, 1864.  See
    Salem, Va.
Hanging Rock, W. Va.............135-A; 136,E4
Hankinson's Ferry, Miss............36,1; 51,1

Hannah's Creek, N.C..............80,9; 138,F6
Hanover, Pa.............................43,7;
                         116,2; 135-A; 136,C8
Hanover County, Va......................135,3

Hanover Court-House, Va.................16,1;
                 19,1; 20,1; 21,1-5,9,11; 22,
                1; 23,3; 74,1; 81,3,6; 86,12;
              91,2; 92,1; 96,2; 100,1; 137,E8
  Engagement, May 27, 1862..........21,2,3,11
  Reconnaissances, May 23-24,
    1862.............................21,1,4,5

Hanover Junction, Va....................23,3;
                45,1; 55,4; 74,1; 81,3; 92,1;
                   96,6; 100,1; 117,1; 137,E8
  Vicinity of, and defenses..............91,2

Hanover Station, Va.....................16,1;
                    21,9; 74,1; 100,1; 137,E8
Hanovertown, Va...................16,1; 19,1;
              21,1,9; 22,1; 74,1; 81,3; 92,1;
                   96,6; 100,1; 117,1; 137,E8

Hanovertown Ferry, Va....................21,4
Hardeeville, S.C............79,3; 80,1; 86,1;
                    91,4; 101,21; 117,1; 118,
                      1; 120,2; 135-A; 139,B5

Hard Times Landing, La.................155,D7
Harker, Fort, Tenn:
  Plan..................................114,3
Harper's Ferry, W. Va.............25,6; 27,1;
                29,1; 42,1; 43,7; 69,1; 74,1;
               81,4; 82,1; 83,5; 85,1; 100,1;
                    116,2; 135-A; 136,E6; 171

  Country adjacent and defensive
    works, Aug.-Sept., 1863..............42,1
  Operations about, July 4-7, 1864......82,1;
                                         83,5
  Siege and capture of, Sept. 12-15,
    1862.................................29,1
Harpeth River, Tenn.........24,3; 30,2; 72,1;
                105,9; 115,3; 135-C,5; 150,H5

Harris, Va..............................44,3;
             45,1; 87,4; 91,1,2; 94,7; 96,3,6
Harrisburg, Miss........................63,2;
                              149,F1; 154,E13
  Engagement, July 14-15, 1864...........63,2

Harrisburg, Pa..........................43,7;
                    116,2; 135-A; 136,B8; 171
Harrison, Tenn..........................24,3;
                35,6; 48,1; 49,2; 57,1; 97,1;
                 117,1; 118,1; 135-A; 149,C11

Harrisonburg, La........................53,4;
                    117,1; 135-A; 155,E4; 171
Harrisonburg, Va..................74,1; 81,4;
                    84,9,10; 85,1; 94,2; 100,
                      1; 116,4; 135-A; 137,C4

Harrison's Ferry, Tenn...................97,1
Harrison's Landing, Va................13,3,4;
                  17,1; 19,1; 66,7; 67,4; 171

  Army of the Potomac, position
    of the, 1862.........................13,3
  Plan of defensive works, Sept.
    21, 1864.............................67,4
  Reconnaissance from July 4,
    1862.................................66,7
  Signal stations, 1862..................13,4
  White House to.........................19,1