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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.

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