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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.

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