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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.

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