Index

Figures in hold refer to illustrations abolitionism 21-22

w ulso emancipation; slavery agriculture 8-9

amputations, surgical equipment 73 Anaconda Plan 28

Anderson, Major-General Robert 18-19. 32

Banks, Major-General Nathaniel 16, 18-19. (>4 Beattv John 74-77

Beauregard. Pierre Gustav T. 25. 40. 41. 42. 44. 46

Bragg, Major-General Braxton 41, 50, 54, 56-57.

62. 64. 90 Breckinridge, lohn < . 22. 54 Brown. John 15. 21-22 Brown, Joseph E. 82 Bryant. William Cullen 22 Buchanan, James 12. 25 Buckner, Simon Bolivar 34. 37. 39 Buell, Major-General Hon Carlos 15. 32. 33, 33,

34. 36, 40, 42. 44, 50, 52. 76 Butler. Brigadier-General Benjamin 18-19. 46

Calhoun, John ( 10. 13. 15 Camp Jackson. Missouri 28-29, 29-30 casualties w losses Chattanooga, Tennessee 65 Columbus, Kentucky 34. <7 communications 79-80 79 Compromise of 1850 12. 15 Confederate ( ongress 15 < ontiscation Act 76. 84 conscription 16, 82 constitution, seceded states 15. 25 Constitutional Union Party 22 Corinth, Mississippi 16, 46-47, 47 cotton industry 7-S, 10

British imports 20 C rittenden Compromise 15 Crittenden, John I.. 27 ( rittenden. Major-General George B. U> I urtis. Brigadier-General Samuel R. 39 Cushman, Pauline 80, 81

Davis, Commodore Charles 47

death 72-73

disease 72-7 <

Douglas, Stephen A. 22

drilling 70-71

election of I860 22. 23 i.llett. Colonel Charles R. 59-60

emancipation 84-86

see iilsu abolitionism; slavery Emancipation Proclamation 16. 84 Europe 20

farming 17. S2

Farragut. I Ia« Officer David Glasgow 45, 46 Federal Armorv and Arsenal 21 finances 80-82

hrst Bull Run. Kentucky. Battle of 36 41 Floyd. Brigadier-General lohn B. <4. 37 Foote. Commodore \ndrew 36 Forrest. General Nathan Bedford 16. 54 Fort Donelson, Tennessee 1 <>. 34. 37-38 Fori Henry, Kentucky 15. -¡4. <<>-37 Fort Sumter, South Carolina 25 free labor ideology r. 11 Free-Soil Parts 11 Fremont, John C. 15. 18-19. 33 Fugitive Slave Act 12

Gag Resolution 15

Gardner. Major-General Franklin 64

Grant. Major-General Ulvsses S. 32. 34. 36-38,

37. 40, 43. 44-45. 50, 54. 60-65, 90, 91 Great Britain 20

Grierson, Colonel Benjamin G. 16, 62. 61 gunboats 16. 37, 38, 38-39 43. 44-45 47, 54

Halleck. Major-General Henr\ Wager 15. 16, 33.

33. 34. 36-37, 38, 40, 45, 46-48, 50 Hardee. Major-General William 56 Harris. Isham 38

industrialization 7 Island No. 10 36, 39, 45 luka, Mississippi 52-53

Jackson, Andrew 10 Jackson. Claiborne 29. 30 Johnson, Andrew 39

Johnston, Major-General Albert Sidnezv 15. 34.

Kansas-Nebraska Act 12

Know Nothings 22

land ownership 7, 10-11 leadership 19-20, 90-91 Lee, Robert E. 21

Lincoln. Abraham 11, 12-13, 15, 16, 19, 20. 22, 25, 26. 29. 33, 38, 45, 47. 52. 57, 84, 85 inaugural pledge 25 losses 34, 38, 45, 46, 52, 57, 65 l.ovell. Brigadier-General Mansfield 46

I .yon, Captain Nathaniel 29-32. 30

Magoffin, Beriah <2

Manifest Destiny III

manpower 17. 20

manufacturing 7. 17. "s-7l>

McClellan. George B. 15. 16, 18-19,32, <2-33, 46

Met ulloch. Major-General Benjamin 31

McPherson, Major-General lames B. 63, 64

Melville. Herman 41

Memphis. Tennessee. Battle of 16. 47, 48-49 Mexico 10 migration 7

Mill Springs i Logan's Cross Roads). Kentucky,

Battle dI 36 Mississippi iriveri <4 57-65 Mississippi istatei 46-50 Missouri triven 31 Missouri (state) 2t>-32 Missouri i ompromise 9-10, 12. 15 Missouri Crisis in Montgomery. Mahama 24 morale 90-91

Munlordsille. Kentuck\ Battle ol 16.52 Murfreesboro. lennessee 1<> 77 Si i .(/mi Stone's River. Battle of

National i onscription Act 16, 4<>, 82 National Enrollment Act lo neutrality Great Britain 20 Kentucky 15,29 New Orleans. Louisiana 45. 4(> newspapers 83. 84 nullification lo objectives, military IS-1«-». 20. 29. 59

Pea Ridge (Elkhorn laverni. Arkansas. Battle of 40 Pemberton. John ( 53. 54. 64. 65 I'errwille (Chaplin Hills). Kentucky Battle of

16, 52 Phillips. Wendell 22 Pillow. General Gideon 15. 34. i7 Pittsburg l anding see Shiloh (Pittsburg

Landing), Tennessee, Battle of I'olk. Major-General l.eonidas <2. <4 Pope. Major-GeneralJohn 3l>. 45 Port Hudson, Tennessee 16. 65 Porter. Admiral Pavid Dixon 54. 62 Prentiss, Brigadier-General Benjamin 43 Price. Major-tieneral Sterling 31. 32, 39-40.

52-53 Protestantism 9

railroads 17-18. 27. 34. 40. 4". 50, 62 resources 78-79 financial so-82 lack of -14 Richmond. Kentucky. Battle of 16 Richmond, Virginia 15. 25 rilles 13, SO

rivers 8-9. 1». 27. 34 C-38. 40, 58-59. 74-75 Rosecrans. Major-tieneral William S 52-53, 54-5" 55. 62, 64

Scott. Dred 12. 15

Sunt. General-in-Chief Winfield 18-19. 28-29, 32 secessionists 15. 17. 22. 24. 25. 25. 29. 31 Secret Six 22 settlement 7

Sherman, Major-General William T. 27, 32. 43.

44. 47, 50. 54. 63-64. 90 Shiloh (Pittsburg Landing). Tennessee, Battle of

Sigel. ( olonel I ran/ 18-19. .«). 31 slavery 7-13. 10-1 1. 14. 16. 19. 25. 29. 48-49. 50. 76

set i//so abolitionism: emancipation Smith. Major-General Edmund Kirbv 52 soldiers' life 68-"3. 71 mi iilso Beatty, John South Carolina Planters lo spies 80

Springfield 31. 31 Stephens, \le\ander H. 15. 24 Stone. Kate 87-89

Stone's River, (Murtreesboro). Tennessee, Battle ol 54-57, 56-57. 58 Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Lihlc Tom\ < iihin 12. 14 strategy, military 28-29. <-t. -tf,

«V til su railroads; ri\ers supplies 62-63. 78-~9. S2

lax-in-Kind Law lo. 82 telegraphic communications 79-80. 79 Tennessee 35. 36-50 50-.s i 36-30 line '»

Thomas. Major-tieneral George G. <6 Tilghman, Brigadier-General Lloyd 37 training 70-~l transport 8-9. 9, 17-18

uniforms 70, 70

Union high command 18-19

urbanization 7

Vallandigham. t lenient 1 84. 86 Van Pom, General Earl 39-40. 44. 50. 52-53. 52. 54

Vicksburg, Mississippi 16. 53-54, 59

siege ol 61-66, 62-63. 66-67 volunteers 25. 27-28. 69. 68-69

Wallace. Lew 70 warships mv gunboats waterways 60-61 mv also rivers Western Theater 27. 51 Wilder. ( olonel, John T. 52 VV'ilmot Proviso il. 15 Wilmot, Pavid 15

Wilson's Creek (Oak Hills), Kentucky 31. <1-32 women 73. 80

sit ii/mi Cushman. Pauline: Stone, Kate

Zollicoltcr. Brigadier-General I'elix <4. 36

The American Civil War's vast Theater witnessed enormousl important military campaignin the period 1861-1863.This b-the third in a four-volume series, examines the geographical, logistical and strategic factors that shaped fighting in this theater of the American Civil War, as well as assessing officers who played key roles. It covers the story of Ulysses S Grant's important capture of rebel positions before marching south to win the battle of Shiloh, as well as that of Albert Sidney Johnston, the pride of the Confederacy. Finally, it details the dramatic events of the siege of Vicksburg - the Confederates' final fortress.

This book is one of four volumes on the American Civil War in Lhe Essential Histories series.

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