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INDEX.

375

Sailor's Creek, Battle of, 142.

Scharf, Lieutenant J. Thos., 333.

Scorpion, C. S. Monitor 71.

Scully, Colonel John W., 128.

School Books, 301.

Secession, Right of. 87, 88.

Selph, Captain Colin McRae, 70.

Sharpsburg, Battle of, 32, 36, 279; troops en- gaged, 32.

Sheridan, General P. H., 61.

Shiloh, Battle of, 298; troops engaged in, 303, 304; causes of Confederate failure, 316; losses in. 312, 314.

Simpson. Colonel B. L., 14. 19.

Sims, C. S. N., Captain Charles. 327.

Slaves and Masters congenial, 368.

Smith, Major Frank, killed, 139; Colonel George W., 12; Goldwin, 87; Capt. James Power, 204.

South Carolina. "The Prostrate State," 186-'9, 5; opinion in that war would not follow secession, 75; rifle clubs, 75.

South Mountain, Battle of, 32.

Speer, Judge Emory, 95.

Spotsylvama C. H., Battle of, 283.

" Stage of Life, The," 170.

Starke, General W. E., killed, 33.

Staunton Artillery, 11.

Steaman, Capture of Fort, 19.

Stevens, Prize Master, 54.

Strother, Sergeant Sidney, killed, 277.

Success in war, what dependant on, 318.

Sumter. Evacuation of Fort, 76.

Sutherlin, Major W. T., 80, 336.

Tatnall, Commodore J.,32.

Taylor, Colonel Walter H., 355; General R.,

his tribute to General Canby, 48. Thomas, D. A., 74; Colonel John D., 74. Torpedoes first used in C. 8. Navy, 326;

Federal vessels destroyed by, 331.

Tracey, Major-General, 109. Trimble, H. G , 170; General J. R., 251, 356. Tucker, Commodore J. R., 141, 331. Turner's Gap, 33.

Upshur, Dr. J. N., address of, 173.

Valley of Virginia, its loyalty, 13; devas- tated, 17.

Virginia, Her contribution of great men, 91; a battle ground, 346.

V. M. I., Cadets of, heroes at New Market, 173; crosses of honor for, 176; burned by Federals, 267.

Walker, General James A., 30; General R.

Lindsay, 277; General W. H. T., 217. Walthall, General E. C., 169. Warrenton Springs, Fight at, 273. Warwick, John M., 205. Washington Light Infantry, sketch of, 1;

its charitable Association, its officers, 2,

3, 4, 5; roster of, 1860-'5, 7, 8; obelisk to its

dead, 10.

Washington, Col. Wm. A., his widow, 2. Welsman, James T., 5. Wharton, Gen. G. C., 176, 204. Wheeler, General Joseph. 85. White, Gen. Julius, 32; Major Robert, 12. Wilcox, General C M., 232. Winchester, Battle of, forces engaged in, 61. Wise, Captain John S , 176. Wood, Captain J. Taylor, 327. Wright, Mrs. D. Giraud, 209.

Young Col. Bennett H., 165; Chas. P., 275; Captain Louis G., 353.

Zollicoffer, Gen. Felix K., 165; killed, 167. Zollicoffer's Oak, 165.

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