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Agnew, Lieut. John, of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Alexandria (Va.), 92, 93, 95; Army of Potomac at, 45.
Ames Gen. Adelbert, commands expedition, 79.
Armies—
Cumberland, Third Wisconsin joins, 97; reorganized, 115; at New Hope Church, 125.
Hood's, plunders Atlanta, 142.
Jackson's, at Chancellorsville, 71.
Johnston's, at Bentonville, 172; surrenders, 114, 176.
Northern Virginia, 39, 81; battleflags captured, 91; paroled, 176.
Potomac, 17, 39, 41, 64, 66, 117, 159; at Washington, 46; consolidated, 115; Third Wisconsin leaves, 97.
Sherman's, 176; advance, 116; at Atlanta, 143; Savannah, 157; in South Carolina, 158; Georgia, 166.
Tennessee, 122, 133, 146; destroys Columbia, 170.
Thomas's, opposes Hood, 147.
Western, successful, 17.
Western Virginia, 38, 43.
Atlanta (Ga.), 112, 143, 163, 164; exposed, 131; march to, 116; besieged, 131-141; evacuated, 140, 147; Union army near, 129, 142, 145; destroyed, 146, 147.
Augur, Gen. Christopher C., at Cedar Mountain, 33.
Augusta (Ga.), 168; Slocum marches toward, 147.
Augusta Railroad, destroyed, 147, 148.

 

Babcock, Lieut. Justin D., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Baltimore (Md.), threatened, 93.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, 98, 180.
Banks, Gen. Nathaniel P., 14, 45; commands corps 30, 31; retreats, 23, 25, 27, 28; protects Winchester, 29; at Cedar Mountain, 32, 33, 38; criticized, 37.

Barager, Capt. Charles R., of Third Wisconsin, 180; wounded, 132; in Sherman's campaign, 157, 160.
Battles—
Acorn Run, 172.
Antietam, 51-63, 70, 94, 178.
Bentonville, 172.
Bolivar Heights, 13.
Cassville, 122.
Catoctin Mountains, 48.
Chancellorsville, 69-77, 177, 178.
Chantilly, 44.
Chickamauga, 100, 116.
Dallas, 122-126.
Fort Donelson, 14.
Fort Henry, 14.
Fredericksburg, 64, 76.
Gettysburg, 82-89, 94.
Jonesboro, 141.
Kettle Run, 42.
Lookout Mountain, 102.
Manassas, 42, 43.
Missionary Ridge, 102.
Monteith Swamp, 153, 154.
Murfreesboro, 99.
New Hope Church, 122-126.
Peach Tree Creek, 129, 134.
Pumpkinvine Creek, 126.
Resaca, 117-122.
Roanoke Island, 14.
Somerset, 14.
South Mountain, 50, 51.
Winchester, 18, 19.
Bealeton Station (Va.), 79, 97.
Bentonville (N. C.), Sherman at, 169.
Benwood (W. Va.), 98.
Bertram, Capt. Henry, at Bolivar Heights, 12, 13.
Biers, Lieut. Elon G., of Third Wisconsin, 180.

Birney, Gen. David B., at Chancellorsville, 71, 74.
Bladensburg (Md.), army encamped near, 177.
Blanchard, Lieut. Edward L., wounded, 132.
Bolivar Heights (Va.), 15. See also Battles.
Boone, —, Confederate officer, 107, 108.
Boone, Daniel, grandson captured, 107.
Boonsborough (Md.), 50, 51.
Bostwick (Ga.), lumber destroyed, 152.
Bragg, Gen. Braxton, reënforced, 96.
Brandy Station (Va.), 79, 97.
Bridgeport (Ala.), 100, 116.
Bristoe Station (Va.), cars burned at, 43.
Brixey, Capt. Calvin, murders citizen, 114; killed, 115.
Broad Run (Va.), 43.
Brodhead, Col. Thornton F., death, 38.
Brown, John, at Harpers Ferry, 10; hung, 16.
Brown, Gov. Joseph E., releases convicts, 149.
Buck, Capt. Wilson S., wounded, 154.
Buena Vista (Wis.), school at, 1.
Buffalo (N. Y.), reception at, 8.
Bull Run (Va.), 44. See also Battles: Manassas.
Butterfield, Gen. Daniel, in skirmish, 118.
Burnside, Gen. Ambrose E., at Roanoke Island, 14; removed, 64.

 

Camp Randall (Wis.), 120.
Camp Slocum (Washington, D. C.), 178, 179.
Carlin, Gen. William P., at Bentonville, 172.
Cassville (Ga.), occupied, 122.
Cemetery Ridge (Pa.), 83; charge on, 87. See also Battles: Gettysburg.
Centerville (Va.), 44, 81.
Century Magazine, 169.
Chancellor House (Va.), 70, 72, 73, 76.
Charleston (S. C.), 146, 153.
Charleston & Augusta Railroad, destroyed, 168.
Charlestown (Va.), 13, 16.

Charlotteville (S. C.), railroad destroyed, 170.
Chattanooga (Tenn.), 101; campaign at, 97, 100, 107, 127, 146.
Chesterfield (S. C.), 171.
Chicago (Ill.), 7, 174.
Chilcote, Judge —, murdered, 114.
Chippewa Indians, in Wisconsin regiment, 143; at Sandersville, 151.
Clark, Capt. Andrew, commands militia, 3.
Clark, Lieut. David B., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Cleveland (Ohio), 7.
Colby, Lieut. Lewis, of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Colgrove, Col. Silas, at Chancellorsville, 75.
Collins, Joseph, killed, 61.
Columbia (S. C.), 170, 171.
Columbus (Ohio), reception at, 98.
Comey, Capt. Henry N., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Conley, Surg. J. Griffin, of Third Wisconsin, 125, 126, 180.
Connecticut, 97; Fifth Regiment, 23.
Cooper, Judge Henry, appeals to Lincoln, 108.
Corps—
First (Sigel's), 30, at Cedar Mountain, 36; (Hooker's), at Antietam, 52; Gettysburg, 83, 86.
Second, at Gettysburg, 87.
Third (McDowell's), 30; at Cedar Mountain, 36; (Heintzelman's), 42; (Sickles's), at Gettysburg, 84, 85.
Fourth, defeated, 117.
Fifth (Banks's), 30; (Porter's), 42; at Chancellorsville, 66, 71.
Sixth (Franklin's), 51, 62; (Sedgwick's), at Fredericksburg, 76.
Ninth (Burnside's), at Catoctin Mountains, 48.
Eleventh, 97, 100, 115; at Chancellorsville, 66, 69, 71; Gettysburg, 83.
Twelfth, 78, 81, 91, 115; at Chancellorsville, 66, 69, 89; Gettysburg, 89.
Fourteenth, at Bentonville, 172.
Fifteenth, destroys Columbia, 170.

Seventeenth, destroys Columbia, 170.
Twentieth, 115, 128, 133, 134, 135, 139, 147; in Atlanta campaign, 131, 138, 141, 144; Savannah campaign, 170; at New Hope Church, 125; Peach Tree Creek, 129, 134, 135.
Twenty-Third, 119.
For Confederate Corps, see names of commanders.
Crane, Lieut. Col. Louis H., at Cedar Mountain, 32; killed, 34, 35.
Crawford, Gen. Samuel W., at Cedar Mountain, 32-34.
Creeks—
Antietam, 51, 63.
Buffalo, 150.
Cedar Run, 20, 32, 35.
Chattanooga, 153.
Peach Tree, 129.
Rock, 83, 85, 87.
Crowninshield, Capt. Francis W., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Culpeper (Va.), 37, 38.
Culpeper Court House (Va.), 32, 46.
Cumberland (Md.), 82.
Cutter, Lieut. George H., of Third Wisconsin, 180.

 

Dallas, (Ga.), 122. See also Battles.
Daniels, Capt. Nahum, of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Darnestown (Md.), 11, 47.
Davis, Col. —, killed, 79.
Davis, Jefferson, 166; surrenders, 174.
Dayton (Ohio), 98.
Donnelly, Col. Dudley, commands brigade, 24, 26.
Douglas, Stephen A., presidential candidate, 151.
Du Bois, Lieut. John B., of Third Wisconsin, 180.

 

Edwards Ferry (Md.), crossed, 47.
Englishmen, in Wisconsin regiment, 143.
Erie (Pa.), 7.

Fairfax Station (Va.), winter camp at, 64.
Falling Waters (Md.), 90.
Fayetteville (Tenn.), 108, 111, 112, 114, 115, 120; county seat, 105.
Fayetteville (N. C.), 171, 172.
Fond du Lac (Wis.), 5, 6.
Fords
Beverly, 40; crossed, 79, 80.
Germanna, skirmish at, 66-69.
Kelly's, crossed, 66.
Raccoon, 96.
United States, 69.
Forts
Donelson, 14.
Henry, 14.
McHenry, 11.
Sumter, surrenders, 3.
Fox, Adj. John A., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Francis, Maj. James, of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Franklin, Gen. William B., at Harpers Ferry, 52; Antietam, 62.
Frederick City (Md.), 12, 14, 47-49; capital, 11; cemetery at, 13.
Fredericksburg (Va.), skirmish at, 70.
Freeman, Lieut. William W., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Frémont, Gen. John C., 29.
French, in Wisconsin regiment, 143; in Mexico, 180, 181.
Fritchie, Barbara, displays flag, 48, 49.
Front Royal (Va.), 22, 29, 30.
Furlong, John, killed, 161.

 

Gaps
Chester, 30.
Snake Creek, 117.
Snicker's, 18.
Gardner, Capt. Silas E.. investigates murder, 115.
Geary, Gen. John W., 148; at Bolivar Heights, 12; Chaneellorsville, 73; Gettysburg, 89; New Hope Church, 122.

Georgetown (Md.), 45.
Georgia, 96, 115, 149; secession, 151; regiment from, 121; campaign in, 173; restored, 152.
Georgia Central Railroad, destroyed, 151.
Germans, in Wisconsin regiment, 143.
Giddings, Capt. Ephraim, of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Goldsboro (N. C.), 171; occupied, 173.
Goodrich, Lieut. John D., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Gordon, Col. George H., commands brigade, 18, 24.
Graham Station (S. C.), 168, 169.
Grant, Gen. Ulysses S., 14, 176.
Greene, Gen. George S., at Gettysburg, 86.

 

Hagerstown (Md.), 8.
Hamilton, Gen. Charles S., commands brigade, 18.
Hanging Rock (S. C.), 171.
Harpers Ferry (Va.), 9, 10, 62, 63, 91; expedition to, 12; surrenders, 52.
Harrisonburg (Va.), 21.
Haskins, Capt. Alexander D., of Third Wisconsin, 180; at Robertsville, 167.
Hawes, Q. M. Edwin A., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Hawley, Gen. William, 115; wounded, 34; commands brigade, 168, 180; at New Hope Church, 124, 125; Atlanta, 131; Savannah, 160, 161; in Carolina campaign, 169; farewell order, 177.
Hazel Grove (Va.), skirmish at, 70, 74.
Hegg, Lieut. Oliver A., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Heintzelman, Gen. Samuel P., commands corps, 42.
Hill, Lieut. Algie S., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Hinckley, Capt. Julian W., 180; early life, 1; promoted, 5, 16, 64; wounded, 124-127.
Hood, Gen. John B., 152; at New Hope Church, 122; Peach Tree Creek, 129; Atlanta, 138, 139, 142; Jonesboro, 141; in Nashville campaign, 143, 146, 147.

Hooker, Gen. Joseph, commands army, 64; corps, 115; superseded, 82; at Antietam, 52, 57; Chancellorsville, 69, 70, 76; Chattanooga, 100; New Hope Church, 125; resigns, 134, 135; characterized, 133-135, 140.
Howard, Gen. Oliver O., 117; commands army wing, 147; Army of Tennessee, 133, 134.
Hubbell, Lieut. Abner, of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Hunter, Capt. James W., wounded, 126, 127; death, 128.

 

Ijamsville (Md.), 47.
Indiana, 98; Twenty-Seventh Regiment, 24, 25; at Antietam, 55, 57, 61; Chancellorsville, 75.
Indianapolis (Ind.), 98.
Irish, in Wisconsin regiment, 143.
Islands
Argyle, 157; described, 156.
Hutchinson, 164, 166.
Johnson's, military prison on, 108.

 

Jackson, Gen. Thomas J. (Stonewall), 17, 20-22; at Kernstown, 19; Chancellorsville, 71, 74; killed, 73.
Jefferson, Thomas, cited, 11.
Jefferson Rock (Va.), visited, 10.
Johnson, Andrew, 175.
Johnson, Hon. Herschel V., sketch, 151, 152.
Johnston, Gen. Joseph E., superseded, 129; at Bentonville, 172; surrenders, 114, 173, 174, 176.
Jonesboro (Ga.), 141, 143.
Juarez, Benito P., service with, 181.

 

Keedysville (Md.), 50.
Kelly's Ferry (Tenn.), 101.
Kelly's Ferry (Va.), 92, 96.
Kernstown (Va.), skirmish at, 19.
Ketcham, Col. John H., assesses damages, 106.
Kettle Run (Va.), 43; skirmish at, 42.
Kilpatrick, Gen. Hugh J., at Falling Waters, 90; skirmish, 172.

Kingston (Ga.), 127.
Kleven, Capt. John E., 180; at Monteith Swamp, 154.
Kopff, Asst. Surg. Thomas, of Third Wisconsin, 180.

 

Lee, Gen. Robert E., 96, 97; at Rappahannock River, 39; Richmond, 171; surrenders, 173, 176.
Leesburg (Va.), executions at, 81.
Lewis, Gov. James T., 120.
Libby prison, 29.
Lieurance, Lieut. Stephen, of Third Wisconsin, 180. Limbocker, Capt. George W., 25, 26.
Lincoln, President Abraham, 166; call for troops, 3; at Maryland Heights, 63; pardons, 109; appoints Howard, 134; votes for, 146; assassinated, 175.
Lincoln County (Tenn.), 105; guerrillas in, 106, 114; reorganized, 109-111.
Little Round Top (Pa.), 84. See also Battles: Gettysburg.
Little Washington (Va.), 31.
Losses: at Bolivar Heights, 13; Winchester, 19, 20; in retreat to Martinsburg, 29; Cedar Mountain, 34-36; Antietam, 60-63; Gettysburg, 89; New Hope Church, 126; Peach Tree Creek, 129, 134, 135.
Louisville (Ky.), 98, 145, 180.
Lynchburg (Tenn.), birthplace of David Crockett, 105.

 

McAlpine, Lieut. William T., of Second Massachusetts, 179. McClellan, Gen. George B., 15, 47; arrests legislature, 11; retreats, 39; reappointed, 46; removed, 64; votes for, 146.
McDowell, Gen. Irvin, commands corps, 30; at Cedar Mountain, 36; criticized, 38; removed, 46.
McIntyre, Capt. James B., mustering officer, 6.
Macon (Ga.), march toward, 147.
Macon Railroad, captured, 141.
McPherson, Gen. James B., killed, 133.
Madison (Ga.), 148.
Madison (Wis.), 4, 104, 120; veterans at, 105.
Maine, Tenth Regiment, at Cedar Mountain, 35.

Manassas Junction (Va.), 18, 41, 81. See also Battles.
Mansfield, Gen. Joseph K., commands corps, 47.
Marietta (Ga.), 122.
Marvin, Q. M. Joseph T., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Martinsburg (W. Va.), retreat to, 27; confederates at, 81.
Maryland, legislature arrested, 11; Lee enters, 47; plundered, 51.
Maryland Heights (Md.), 10; Lincoln at, 63.
Massachusetts, Second Regiment, 18, 25, 77, 78; letter of, 177-179; letter to, 179; at Antietam, 55, 61; Germanna Ford, 69; Raccon Ford, 96; Atlanta, 136; in South Carolina, 162. 168; Twelfth Regiment, at Bolivar Heights, 12.
Meade, Gen. George G., commands Army of Potomac, 82.
Mehan, Capt. Dennis, of Second Massachusetts, 179.
"Merrimac," Third Wisconsin embarks on, 93.
Mexico, 180, 181.
Michigan, First Cavalry, 27.
Middleton (Md.), 50.
Miles, Col. Dixon S., surrenders Harpers Ferry, 52.
Milledgeville (Ga.), 150; capital city, 148; arsenal destroyed at, 149.
Millen (Ga.), railroad destroyed, 153.
Millen & Augusta Railroad, destroyed, 153.
Miller, —, captured, 108.
Miller, Mrs. —, secures aid, 108.
"Mississippi," Third Wisconsin embarks on, 95.
Monroe (Wis.), 120.
Monteith Station (Ga.), mail captured, at, 154.
Montgomery (Ala.), confederate capital, 1.
Moran, Lieut. Edward V., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Morehead City (N. C.), 175.
Morse, Lieut. Col. Charles F., of Second Massachusetts, 179; at Atlanta, 136.
Mountains
Blue Ridge, 18, 30, 92.
Catoctin, 49; skirmish at, 48; crossed, 50.
Cedar, 32.

Lookout, 101.
South, crossed, 50.
Mulberry (Tenn.), 105.
Munn, Surg. Curtis E., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Murfreesboro (Tenn.), 99.

 

Nashville (Tenn.), 98, 99; military governor at, 109.
Nashville & Chattanooga Railroad, described, 99.
New Jersey, Thirteenth Regiment, 96; transferred, 47; at Chancellorsville, 73; Atlanta, 133, 135.
New Market (Va.) manœuver at, 21.
New York (City), 65, 92, 95, 175; draft riot, 93.
New York (State), draft riot, 94; regiment, deserters executed, 81; First Artillery, at Gettysburg, 87; Savannah, 157; Ninth Regiment, transferred, 18; Twenty-Eighth Regiment, 23; One Hundred Seventh Regiment, transferred, 47; at Milledgeville, 148; One Hundred Forty-Fifth Regiment, 103; One Hundred Fiftieth Regiment, 106, 130.
Nickajack Pass (Ga.), crossed, 116.
North Carolina, described, 176.
Norwegians, in Wisconsin regiment, 143.

 

Oakey, Capt. Daniel A., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
O'Brien, Capt. Moses, killed, 35, 36.
Ohio, trip through, 98.
Orton, Capt. Thomas E., wounded, 132.

 

"Paint Rock", captured steamer, 100.
Parker, Capt. Theodore K., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Parkersburg (W. Va.), 180.
Parks, Maj. Warham, of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Pennsylvania, invaded, 81, 91, 93; Twenty-Eighth Regiment, at Bolivar Heights, 12; Twenty-Ninth Regiment, retreats, 24; officers discharged, 128.
Perkins, Capt. William E., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Persons, Surg. Horace T., of First Wisconsin Cavalry, 127.
Phalen, Capt. Edward A., of Second Massachusetts, 179.

Pickett, Gen. George E., charge at Gettysburg, 88, 89.
Pope, Gen. John, commands army, 30; criticized, 31, 37, 38; retreats, 38; at Manassas, 43; removed, 46.
Portage County (Wis.), 1.
Porter, Gen. Fitz John, commands corps, 42.
Price, Col. Edward L., court martialed, 103.
Prisons
Fort McHenry, 11.
Johnson's Island, 109.
Libby, 29.
Proctor, Lieut. Edwin F., of Third Wisconsin, 180.

 

Raleigh (N. C.), campaign, 114, 173.
Rappahannock Station (Va.), 92.
"Red Star" Division, guards railroad track, 99.
Resaca (Ga.), enemy abandon, 122.
"Resolute", armed tender, captured, 157, 158.
Richardson, Lieut. Moses P., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Richardson, Lieut. Jesse, of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Richmond (Va.), campaign against, 117; Lee at, 171; Union army, 176.
Rivers
Cape Fear, 171.
Chattahoochee, 128, 137-139; crossed, 129.
Elk, 106.
Etowah, crossed, 122.
Monocacy, enemy at, 48.
Oconee, 148.
Ohio, 180; crossed, 98.
Potomac, 93, 174; crossed, 28, 45, 81.
Rapidan, 37, 66, 96.
Rappahannock, 92; crossed, 38, 40, 41, 66, 69, 79.
Rio Grande, 174.
Saluda, crossed, 170.
Savannah, 167; naval battle in, 155-157; described, 156; cleared, 165; crossed, 166.
Shenandoah, 21.
Tennessee, 100, 101; crossed, 116.

Robertsville (S. C.), skirmish at, 107.
Rocky Mount (S. C.), 170.
Ruger, Gen. Thomas H., West Point graduate, 5; at Cedar Mountain, 32; Chancellorsville, 75; commands expedition, 92; brigade, 115.
Ruger, Capt. William, wounded, 126, 127.

 

Sandersville (Ga.), plundered, 150; skirmish at, 151.
Sandy Hook (Md.), 10, 15.
Savannah (Ga.), 146, 150, 152, 153, 156, 158, 173; Sherman at, 155, 163, 169; skirmish, 162; evacuated, 161, 162, 164-166.
Schweers, Capt. John M., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Scotch, in Wisconsin regiment, 143.
Scott, Lieut. Col. John W., wounded, 34; killed, 70.
Secession, conventions, 1; in Georgia, 151; Lincoln County, 106; Maryland, 11; South Carolina, 2, 146.
Sedgwick, Gen. John, at Antietam, 58, 59; Fredericksburg, 76.
Seminary Ridge (Pa.), 89. See also Battles: Gettysburg.
Shelbyville (Tenn.), 99, 108.
Shenandoah Valley, campaign in, 178.
Sherman, Gen. William T., 169; Georgia campaign, 143, 147, 149, 163; Carolina campaign, 176; at New Hope Church, 125; Atlanta, 116, 139, 143, 144; Jonesboro, 141; Milledgeville, 150; Savannah, 155, 165; Sister's Ferry, 167; announces peace, 173, 174; grand review, 177; characterized, 134, 164.
Shields, Gen. James, 29; at Kernstown, 19, 20; wounded, 18.
Sigel, Gen. Franz, commands corps, 30; at Cedar Mountain, 36, 37.
Sister's Ferry (S. C.), Sherman at, 167.
Slocum, Gen. Henry W., at Germanna Ford, 68; Vicksburg, 115; Graham Station, 168; commands corps, 139; army wing, 147; on "Sherman's March", 169; characterized, 140.
Smith, Maj. Alfred B., commands brigade picket line, 130.
Smith Plantation, in South Carolina, 158-161.
South Carolina, secedes, 2; begins war, 146; campaign in, 158, 164, 166, 167, 170.

Springer, Rev. Isaac E., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Springer, Rev. John M., killed, 120.
Springfield (Ga.), 153.
Spott Tavern (Va.), 79.
Stafford Court House (Va.), 77, 92; winter camp, 64, 66.
Stanton, Edwin M., 175.
Stevenson, Lieut. Col. George W., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Stevenson (Ala.), 99.
Strasburg (Va.), 17, 20, 21.
Strawberry Plains (Tenn.), 153.
Stuart, Gen. James E. B., headquarters captured, 80.
Sumner, Gen. Edwin V., at Antietam, 57-59.

 

Tattnall, Commodore Josiah, commands fleet, 157.
Taylor, Adj. Asher C., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Tennalleytown (D. C.), Army of Potomac at, 46.
Tennessee, 115; Union Cavalry Regiment, 113, 114.
Tennille Station (Ga.), railroad buildings destroyed, 151.
Thayer, Capt. George A., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Thomas, Gen. George H., at Somerset, 14; New Hope Church, 125; disapproves resignations, 128; opposes Hood, 147.
Thompson, Lieut. George J., of Second Massachusetts, 168, 179.
Thompson, Lieut Jed C., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Toledo (Ohio), 7.
Toombs, Lieut. William D., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Tullahoma (Tenn.), 102, 103, 105, 114, 115; corps headquarters, 108, 113.
Two Taverns (Pa.), 82.

 

Van Brunt, Capt. Ralph, of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Vermont, First Regiment, rear guard, 27.
Vicksburg (Miss.), 115.
Virginia, departure for, 7.

Warrenton Junction (Va.), 41, 42.
Wartrace (Tenn.), 99, 100.
Washington (D. C.), 41, 47, 65, 98, 108, 128; Army of Potomac in, 46; threatened, 93; peace ratified at, 174; march to, 176; grand review, 177.
Waupun (Wis.), campaign of 1860 at, 1; Light Guard, organized, 3-5.
Welsh, in Wisconsin regiment, 143.
West Point (N. Y.), Military Academy, graduates, 5.
Wheeler, Gen. Joseph, 99, 159; at Sandersville, 151; at Robertsville, 167.
Whittier, John G., poem, 49.
Williams, Gen. Alpheus S., 115, 117; at Cedar Mountain, 32; New Hope Church, 125.
Williamsport (Md.), 28, 29; Confederates at, 81, 89, 90.
Williamsport (Pa.), reception at, 8.
Wilkins, Capt. William D., 20; at Cedar Mountain, 32, 33, 37.
Wilmington (N. C.), fleet at, 171.
Winchester (Va.), 20, 29; skirmish at, 16; captured, 17; retreat to, 22; threatened, 30; Confederates at, 81.
Winegar, Capt. Charles E., captures steamer, 157.
Winnsboro (S. C.), railroad track destroyed, 170.
Wisconsin, 128; quota filled, 4; Tenth Regiment, at Chattanooga, 100.
Woodford, Capt. Jasper, of Third Wisconsin, 169, 180.

Xenia (Ohio), reception at, 98.