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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.

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