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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.

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