American Civil War: The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document collection

Editor: Tucker, Spencer C.
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: ABC-CLIO

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ISBN: 978-1-85-109677-0
Category: History - United States -- History
Image Count: 552
Book Status: Available
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This expansive, multivolume reference work provides a broad, multidisciplinary examination of the Civil War period ranging from pre-Civil War developments and catalysts such as the Mexican-American War to the rebuilding of the war-torn nation during Reconstruction.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Tables
  • List of Maps
  • Preface
  • General Maps
  • Introduction
  • Overview of the Civil War, 1783–1812
  • Volume I: A–C
  • A
  • Abbot, Henry Larcom
  • Abbott, Henry Livermore
  • Abercrombie, John Joseph
  • Abolitionism and the Civil War
  • Acoustic Shadow
  • Adams, Charles Francis, Jr.
  • Adams, Charles Francis, Sr.
  • Adams, Daniel Weisiger
  • Adams, Henry Brooks
  • Adams, John
  • Adams, William Wirt
  • African Americans
  • African American Sailors
  • African American Soldiers, CSA
  • African American Soldiers, U.S.
  • African American Suffrage
  • Agriculture
  • Alabama
  • Alabama, CSS
  • Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana, Confederate Department of
  • Alabama Claims
  • Alabama vs. Hatteras
  • Alabama vs. Kearsarge
  • Albemarle, CSS
  • Albemarle CSS, Destruction of
  • Albemarle Sound
  • Albemarle Sound, Battle of
  • Alcott, Louisa May
  • Alden, James, Jr.
  • Aldie, Battle of
  • Alexander, Edward Porter
  • Alexandria, Louisiana, Destruction of
  • Alexandria, Virginia
  • Alger, Russell Alexander
  • Allatoona, Battle of
  • Allegheny Mountain, Battle of
  • Allen, Henry Watkins
  • Allen, Robert
  • Allen, William Wirt
  • Allen's Farm, Virginia, Engagement at
  • Alligator, U.S. Navy Submarine
  • Alton Federal Military Prison
  • Ambrotype
  • Ambulance Corps
  • Amelia Court House and Jetersville, Virginia, Engagement at
  • American Anti-Slavery Society
  • American Colonization Society
  • American Flag Dispatch
  • American Tract Society
  • Ames, Adelbert
  • Ammen, Daniel
  • Ammen, Jacob
  • Amnesty Proclamations, CSA
  • Amnesty Proclamations, U.S.
  • Anaconda Plan
  • Anderson, George Burgwyn
  • Anderson, George Thomas
  • Anderson, James Patton
  • Anderson, Joseph Reid
  • Anderson, Richard Heron
  • Anderson, Robert
  • Anderson, Robert Houstoun
  • Anderson, William
  • Andersonville Prison, Georgia
  • Andrew, John Albion
  • Andrews, George Leonard
  • Andrews, James
  • Andrews’ Raid
  • Angel of Marye's Heights
  • Annals of the War
  • Annapolis, Union Department of
  • Anthony, Susan Brownell
  • Antietam, Battle of
  • Antietam Campaign
  • Antiwar Sentiment in the Confederacy
  • Antiwar Sentiment in the Union
  • Apache Pass, Battle of
  • Appomattox Campaign
  • Appomattox Court House and Lee's Surrender
  • Archer, James Jay
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Arkansas, CSS
  • Arkansas, Union Department of
  • Arkansas Post, Battle of
  • Arkansas River
  • Arlington, Virginia
  • Armies of the Confederate States, Overview
  • Armies of the United States, Overview
  • Armistead, Lewis Addison
  • Arms Manufacturing
  • Armstrong, Frank Crawford
  • Armstrong, James
  • Armstrong, James F.
  • Armstrong Gun
  • Armstrong's Mill, Battle of
  • Army Organization, CSA
  • Army Organization, U.S.
  • Arrowhead Church, Battle of
  • Artillery, Land, CSA
  • Artillery, Land, U.S.
  • Artillery Practice, Land
  • Artillery Projectiles, Land
  • Artillery Projectiles, Sea
  • Art in the Civil War
  • Asboth, Alexander Sandor
  • Ashby, Turner
  • Ashley, James Mitchell
  • Associated Press
  • Atchison, David Rice
  • Atlanta, Battle of
  • Atlanta, CSS
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Atlanta Campaign
  • Atlantic, Military Division of the
  • Atlantic Blockading Squadron
  • Augur, Christopher Columbus
  • Augusta Arsenal
  • Augusta Powder Works
  • Averasboro, Battle of
  • Averell, William Woods
  • Averell's Raids
  • Ayres, Romeyn Beck
  • B
  • Babcock, Orville Elias
  • Bachelder, John Badger
  • Bagby, George William
  • Bailey, Joseph
  • Bailey, Theodorus
  • Baird, Absalom
  • Baker, Alpheus
  • Baker, Edward Dickinson
  • Baker, Lafayette Curry
  • Baker, Laurence Simmons
  • Bald Hill, Georgia, Engagement at
  • Baldwin, John Brown
  • Baldwin, William Edwin
  • Balloons
  • Ball's Bluff, Battle of
  • Baltimore, Maryland
  • Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
  • Baltimore Riot
  • Banks, Nathaniel Prentice
  • Barhamsville, Battle of
  • Barksdale, Ethelbert
  • Barksdale, William
  • Barlow, Francis Channing
  • Barnard, George Norman
  • Barnard, John Gross
  • Barnes, Joseph K.
  • Barnwell, Robert Woodward
  • Barringer, Rufus
  • Barron, Samuel
  • Barry, William Farquhar
  • Bartlett, Joseph Jackson
  • Bartlett, William Francis
  • Barton, Clara Harlowe
  • Barton, Seth Maxwell
  • Bartow, Francis Stebbins
  • Bate, William Brimage
  • Bates, Edward
  • Baton Rouge, Battle of
  • Battle, Cullen Andrews
  • “Battle Hymn of the Republic”
  • Battles and Leaders of the Civil War
  • Baumfree, Isabella
  • Baxter Springs, Battle of
  • Bayard, George Dashiell
  • Baylor, John Robert
  • Baylor's Buffalo Hunt
  • Bayonet
  • Bayou Bourbeux, Battle of
  • Bayou De Glaize, Battle of
  • Bayou Lafourche, Battle of
  • Beale, Richard Lee Turberville
  • Beall, Lloyd James
  • Beall, William Nelson Rector
  • Bean's Station, Battle of
  • Beatty, Samuel
  • Beauregard, Pierre Gustav Toutant
  • Beaver Dam Creek, Battle of
  • Bedini, Gaetano
  • Bee, Barnard Elliott
  • Bee, Hamilton Prioleau
  • Beecher, Henry Ward
  • Belknap, William Worth
  • Bell, John
  • Bell, Tyree Harris
  • Belle Isle Prison, Virginia
  • Belmont, Battle of
  • Benham, Henry Washington
  • Benjamin, Judah Philip
  • Bennett, James Gordon
  • Bennett House
  • Benning, Henry Lewis
  • Benton, Samuel
  • Benton, USS
  • Bentonville, Battle of
  • Berdan, Hiram
  • Berdan's Sharpshooters
  • Bermuda
  • Bermuda Hundred Campaign
  • Berry, Hiram Gregory
  • Berryville, Battle of
  • Bethel Church, Battle of
  • Bethesda Church, Battle of
  • Bibb, Henry
  • Bickerdyke, Mary Ann Ball
  • Bickley, George Washington Lafayette
  • Bierce, Ambrose Gwinnett
  • Big Bethel, Battle of
  • Big Black River, First Battle of
  • Big Black River, Second Battle of
  • Bigelow, John
  • Bird Creek, Indian Territory, Engagement at
  • Birdsong Ferry, Mississippi, Engagement at
  • Birney, David Bell
  • Birney, William
  • Bissell, William Henry
  • Black Codes
  • Black Hat Brigade
  • Black Republicans
  • Blackwell, Elizabeth
  • Blaine, James Gillespie
  • Blair, Austin
  • Blair, Francis Preston, Jr.
  • Blair, Francis Preston, Sr.
  • Blair, Montgomery
  • Blair's Landing, Battle of
  • Blakely Gun
  • Blanchard, Albert Gallatin
  • Blazer's Scouts
  • Bleeding Kansas
  • Blenker, Louis
  • Blockade of the Confederacy, Union
  • Blockade-Runners
  • Blountville, Tennessee, Engagement at
  • Blue Springs, Battle of
  • Blunt, James Gillpatrick
  • Bocock, Thomas Stanhope
  • Boggs, William Robertson
  • Bonham, Milledge Luke
  • ”The Bonnie Blue Flag”
  • Boomer, George Boardman
  • Booneville, Battle of
  • Boonsboro Gap, Battle of
  • Boonville, Battle of
  • Booth, John Wilkes
  • Borden, Gail, Jr.
  • Border States
  • Boreman, Arthur Inghram
  • Bormann Fuse
  • Boteler's Ford, Virginia, Engagement at
  • Botts, John Minor
  • Boudinot, Elias Cornelius
  • Bounty System
  • Boutwell, George Sewall
  • Bowen, John Stevens
  • Boyce, William Waters
  • Boyd, Maria Isabelle
  • Boydton Plank Road, Battle of
  • Bradford, Augustus Williamson
  • Bradley, Amy Morris
  • Brady, Mathew
  • Bragg, Braxton
  • Bragg, Edward Stuyvesant
  • Bragg, Thomas
  • Bramlette, Thomas Elliott
  • Branch, Lawrence O'Bryan
  • Brandon, William Lindsay
  • Brandy Station, Battle of
  • Brannan, John Milton
  • Brantley, William Felix
  • Bratton, John
  • Breckinridge, John Cabell
  • Breckinridge, Margaret E.
  • Breckinridge, Robert Jefferson
  • Brentwood, Battle of
  • Brevard, Theodore Washington, Jr.
  • Brevet Rank
  • Brice's Crossroads, Battle of
  • Bright, Jesse David
  • Bright, John
  • Bristoe Campaign
  • Bristoe Station, First Battle of
  • Bristoe Station, Second Battle of
  • Britain
  • Brooke, John Mercer
  • Brooke, John Rutter
  • Brooke Guns
  • Brooks, Preston Smith
  • Brooks, William Thomas Harbaugh
  • Brough, John
  • Brown, Albert Gallatin
  • Brown, Egbert Benson
  • Brown, Isaac Newton
  • Brown, John
  • Brown, John Calvin
  • Brown, Joseph Emerson
  • Brown, William Wells
  • Browne, William Montague
  • Brownell, Francis Edwin
  • Brownell, Kady Southwell
  • Browning, Orville Hickman
  • Brownlow, William Gannaway
  • Brown's Ferry, Battle of
  • Brownsville, Texas
  • Bryan, Goode
  • Bryant, William Cullen
  • Buchanan, Franklin
  • Buchanan, James
  • Buchanan, Robert Christie
  • Buck and Ball
  • Buck and Gag
  • Buck Head Creek, Georgia, Engagement at
  • Buckingham, William Alfred
  • Buckland, Ralph Pomeroy
  • Buckland Mills, Battle of
  • Buckner, Simon Bolivar
  • Buell, Don Carlos
  • Buford, Abraham
  • Buford, John
  • Buford, Napoleon Bonaparte
  • Bugle Calls
  • Bulloch, James Dunwody
  • Bullock, Robert
  • Bull Run, First Battle of
  • Bull Run, Second Battle of
  • Bummers
  • Burbridge, Stephen Gano
  • Burgess Mill, Battle of
  • Burnett, Henry Lawrence
  • Burnham, Hiram
  • Burns, Anthony
  • Burns, John Lawrence
  • Burns, William Wallace
  • Burnside, Ambrose Everett
  • Burnside Carbine
  • Burnside's Quagmire
  • Burton, William
  • Bushnell, Cornelius Scranton
  • Bussey, Cyrus
  • Butler, Andrew
  • Butler, Benjamin Franklin
  • Butler, Matthew Calbraith
  • Butler's Proclamation
  • Butt, Walter Raleigh
  • Butterfield, Daniel Adams
  • Buzzards Roost, Georgia, Engagement at
  • C
  • Cabell, William Lewis
  • Cabinet, CSA
  • Cabinet, U.S.
  • Cadwalader, George
  • Cairo, USS
  • Cairo-Class River Ironclads, U.S. Navy
  • Caldwell, John Curtis
  • Calhoun, John Caldwell
  • California
  • California, Union Department of
  • California Column
  • Camden Expedition
  • Cameron, James
  • Cameron, Robert Alexander
  • Cameron, Simon
  • Campbell, Alexander William
  • Campbell, John Archibald
  • Campbell's Station, Battle of
  • Camp Chase, Ohio
  • Camp Douglas, Illinois
  • Camp Ford, Texas
  • Camp Hoffman, Maryland
  • Camp Jackson Affair
  • Camp Morton, Indiana
  • Camp Nelson, Kentucky
  • Camp Revival Meetings
  • Canby, Edward Richard Sprigg
  • Cane River Crossing, Louisiana, Engagement at
  • Cannon, William
  • Cantey, James
  • Capers, Ellison
  • Carbines
  • Carey, Henry Charles
  • Carleton, James Henry
  • Carleton's Campaign
  • Carlin, William Passmore
  • Carlisle, Pennsylvania
  • Carman, Ezra Ayers
  • Carnegie, Andrew
  • Carnifex Ferry, Battle of
  • Carolinas Campaign
  • Carondelet, USS
  • Carpetbaggers
  • Carr, Eugene Asa
  • Carrick's Ford, Battle of
  • Carrington, Henry Beebee
  • Carroll, Anna Ella
  • Carroll, Samuel Sprigg
  • Carroll, William Henry
  • Carson, Christopher Houston
  • Carte de Visite
  • Carter, Henry
  • Carter, John Carpenter
  • Carter, Samuel Powhatan
  • Carthage, Battle of
  • Cartoons, Political
  • Caruthers, Robert Looney
  • Casey, Silas
  • Cashier, Albert D. J.
  • Cass, Lewis
  • Castle Pinckney, South Carolina
  • Castle Thunder, Virginia
  • Casualties, Union and Confederate
  • Catholics
  • Catlett's Station, Virginia, Stuart's Raid on
  • Catron, John
  • Causes of the Civil War
  • Cavalry, Confederate
  • Cavalry, Union
  • Cavalry Tactics
  • Cedar Creek, Battle of
  • Cedar Mountain, Battle of
  • Censorship
  • Centralia Massacre
  • Central Kentucky, Confederate Army of
  • Chaffin's Farm, Battle of
  • Chalmers, James Ronald
  • Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence
  • Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Burning of
  • Chambliss, John Randolph, Jr.
  • Champion Hill, Battle of
  • Chancellorsville, Battle of
  • Chancellorsville Campaign
  • Chandler, Zachariah
  • Chantilly, Battle of
  • Chaplains
  • Chaplains, African American
  • Chaplin Hills, Battle of
  • Chapman, Conrad Wise
  • Chapman, George Henry
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Charleston, South Carolina, Confederate Attack on Union Blockaders
  • Charleston, South Carolina, Evacuation of
  • Charleston Harbor, Siege of
  • Charleston Mercury
  • Charleston Riot
  • Chase, Salmon Portland
  • Chattahoochee River, Georgia, Operations around
  • Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • Chattanooga Campaign
  • Cheatham, Benjamin Franklin
  • Cheat Mountain, Battle of
  • Cherokees
  • Chesnut, James, Jr.
  • Chesnut, Mary Boykin
  • Chestnut Hill, Battle of
  • Cheyennes
  • Chicago Tribune
  • Chickamauga, Battle of
  • Chickasaw Bluffs, Battle of
  • Chickasaws
  • Chilton, Robert Hall
  • Chivington, John Milton
  • Choctaw Resolutions
  • Choctaws
  • Chrysler, Morgan Henry
  • Churches
  • Churchill, Thomas James
  • Cincinnati, Ohio, Defense of
  • City-Class River Ironclads
  • City Point, Virginia
  • Civil Liberties, CSA
  • Civil Liberties, U.S.
  • Civil War, Causes of the
  • Clark, Charles
  • Clark, Edward
  • Clark, Henry Toole
  • Clark, John Bullock, Jr.
  • Class Conflict, North and South
  • Clay, Cassius Marcellus
  • Clay, Clement Claiborne, Jr.
  • Clay, Henry
  • Clay-Clopton, Virginia
  • Clayton, Henry Delamar
  • Clayton, Powell
  • Cleburne, Patrick Ronayne
  • Clem, John Lincoln
  • Clingman, Thomas Lanier
  • Cloyd's Mountain, Battle of
  • Cluseret, Gustave Paul
  • Coal
  • Coal Torpedo
  • Cobb, Howell
  • Cobb, Thomas Reade Rootes
  • Cobb's Legion
  • Coburn, Abner
  • Cocke, Philip St. George
  • Cockrell, Francis Marion
  • Coffeeville, Battle of
  • Coffin, Charles Carleton
  • Cold Harbor, Battle of
  • Colfax, Schuyler, Jr.
  • Collins, Napoleon
  • Colorado Territory
  • Colquitt, Alfred Holt
  • Colston, Raleigh Edward
  • Colt, Samuel
  • Columbia, South Carolina, Burning of
  • Columbus, Kentucky
  • Commerce Raiding, Confederate
  • Commissary of Subsistence
  • Committee of Thirteen
  • Committee of Thirty-Three
  • Committee on the Conduct of the War
  • Commutation
  • Compendium of the War of the Rebellion
  • Compromise of 1850
  • Comstock, Cyrus Ballou
  • Confederate Diaspora
  • Confederate Gunboats
  • Confederate Indians
  • Confederate Veteran
  • Confiscation Acts of 1861 and 1862
  • Congress, CSA
  • Congress, U.S.
  • Conkling, Roscoe
  • Connecticut
  • Conner, James
  • Connor, Patrick Edward
  • Conscientious Objectors
  • Conscription, CSA
  • Conscription, U.S.
  • Constitution, CSA
  • Constitutional Union Party
  • Contrabands
  • Cony, Samuel
  • Cooke, Jay
  • Cooke, John Esten
  • Cooke, John Rodgers
  • Cooke, Philip St. George
  • Cooper, Douglas Hancock
  • Cooper, Joseph Alexander
  • Cooper, Samuel
  • Cooperationists
  • Copperheads
  • Corcoran, Michael
  • Corcoran Legion
  • Corinth, Battle of
  • Corinth, Mississippi
  • Corinth, Mississippi, Siege of
  • Corps Badges
  • Corpus Christi, Texas, Siege of
  • Corrick's Ford, Battle of
  • Corse, John Murray
  • Corse, Montgomery Dent
  • Cosby, George Blake
  • Cost of the Civil War
  • Cotton
  • Cottonclads
  • Cotton Diplomacy
  • Cotton Gin
  • Couch, Darius Nash
  • Courtenay, Thomas Edgeworth
  • Courts, CSA
  • Courts, U.S.
  • Covert Action, CSA
  • Covert Action, U.S.
  • Covode, John
  • Cox, Jacob Dolson
  • Cox, Samuel Sullivan
  • Cox, William Ruffin
  • Coxetter, Louis Mitchell
  • Cracker Line Operation
  • Crampton's Gap, Battle of
  • Crapo, Henry Howland
  • Crater, Battle of the
  • Craven, Thomas Tingey
  • Craven, Tunis Augustus Macdonough
  • Crawford, Samuel Johnson
  • Crawford, Samuel Wylie
  • Creeks
  • Crimping
  • Crittenden, George Bibb
  • Crittenden, John Jordan
  • Crittenden, Thomas Leonidas
  • Crittenden Compromise
  • Crocker, Marcellus Monroe
  • Crook, George
  • Cross Keys, Battle of
  • Croxton, John Thomas
  • Cruft, Charles
  • Cullum, George Washington
  • Cumberland, Union Army of the
  • Cumberland River
  • Cumming, Alfred
  • Cumming, Kate
  • Currency, Confederate
  • Currier & Ives
  • Curry, Jabez Monroe
  • Curtin, Andrew Gregg
  • Curtis, Benjamin Robbins
  • Curtis, Newton Martin
  • Curtis, Samuel Ryan
  • Cushing, Alonzo Hereford
  • Cushing, William Barker
  • Cushman, Pauline
  • Custer, George Armstrong
  • Cutler, Lysander
  • Cyclorama
  • Volume II: D–H
  • D
  • Dabney, Robert Lewis
  • Dabney's Mill, Battle of
  • Dahlgren, John Adolph Bernard
  • Dahlgren, Ulric
  • Dahlgren Guns
  • Dakota Sioux
  • Dakota Territory
  • Dakota War of 1862
  • Dallas, Battle of
  • Dalton, First Battle of
  • Dana, Charles Anderson
  • Dana, Napoleon Jackson Tecumseh
  • Dana, Richard Henry, Jr.
  • Daniel, Junius
  • Darbytown, Battle of
  • Darbytown and New Market Roads, Battle of
  • Daughters of the Regiment
  • David-Class Torpedo Boats
  • Davidson, Henry Brevard
  • Davidson, Hunter
  • Davies, Henry Eugene
  • Davis, Charles Henry
  • Davis, David
  • Davis, George
  • Davis, Henry Winter
  • Davis, Jefferson Columbus
  • Davis, Jefferson Finis
  • Davis, Jefferson Finis, Capture of
  • Davis, Joseph Robert
  • Davis, Sam
  • Davis, Varina Banks Howell
  • Davis, William George Mackey
  • Davis Bend, Mississippi
  • Dawes, Henry Laurens
  • Dayton, William Lewis
  • Dearing, James
  • Deas, Zachariah Cantey
  • De Bow, James Dunwoody Brownson
  • De Bow's Review
  • Debray, Xavier Blanchard
  • Declaration of Paris
  • Deep Bottom, First Battle of
  • Deep Bottom, Second Battle of
  • Deep Run, Virginia, Engagement at
  • Deere, John
  • Delafield, Richard
  • De Lagnel, Julius Adolph
  • Delaware
  • De Leon, Edwin
  • Democratic Party
  • Dennis, Elias Smith
  • Dennison, William, Jr.
  • Dent, Frederick Tracy
  • Department No. 1, Confederate
  • Department No. 2, Confederate
  • Desertion
  • Deshler, James
  • De Trobriand, Philippe Régis Dénis de Keredern
  • Devens, Charles, Jr.
  • Devil's Den, Battle of
  • Devin, Thomas Casimer
  • Dewey, George
  • Diaspora, Confederate
  • Dibrell, George Gibbs
  • Dickinson, Anna Elizabeth
  • Dilger, Hubert Anton Casimir
  • Dill, Benjamin Franklin
  • Diplomacy, Confederate
  • Diplomacy, U.S.
  • Discipline
  • District Emancipation Act
  • District of Columbia
  • Ditch Bayou, Battle of
  • Divers, Bridget
  • Dix, Dorothea Lynde
  • Dix, John Adams
  • Dixie
  • Dockery, Thomas Pleasant
  • Dodge, Grenville Mellen
  • Doles, George Pierre
  • Donelson, Daniel Smith
  • Doubleday, Abner
  • Douglas, Henry Kyd
  • Douglas, Stephen Arnold
  • Douglas Landing, Arkansas, Skirmish at
  • Douglass, Frederick
  • Dow, Neal
  • Dowling, Richard William
  • Draft Dodgers
  • Dranesville, Battle of
  • Drayton, Percival
  • Drayton, Thomas Fenwick
  • Dred Scott Case
  • Drewry's Bluff, First Battle of
  • Drewry's Bluff, Second Battle of
  • Droop Mountain, Battle of
  • DuBose, Dudley McIver
  • Dudley, Thomas Haines
  • Duffié, Alfred Napoléon Alexandre
  • Duke, Basil Wilson
  • Dumfries, Virginia, Stuart's Raid on
  • Duncan, Johnson Kelly
  • Dunovant, John
  • Du Pont, Samuel Francis
  • Durant, Thomas Jefferson
  • Duryée, Abram
  • Duryée's Zouaves
  • Dwight, William
  • Dyer's Compendium
  • E
  • Eads, James Buchanan
  • Early, Jubal Anderson
  • Early's Raid on Washington, D.C.
  • East, Union Department of the
  • East Gulf Blockading Squadron
  • East Tennessee, Confederate Army and Department of
  • Eaton, Amos Beebe
  • Ebenezer Church, Alabama, Engagement at
  • Echols, John
  • Ector, Matthew Duncan
  • Edmonds, Sarah Emma
  • Edmondson, Isabella
  • Education
  • Education, Military
  • Edwards, Oliver
  • Egan, Thomas Wilberforce
  • 8th Texas Cavalry Regiment
  • Election of 1860, U.S.
  • Election of 1862, U.S.
  • Election of 1863, CSA
  • Election of 1864, U.S.
  • Elizabeth City, Battle of
  • Elkhorn Tavern, Battle of
  • Ellet, Alfred Washington
  • Ellet, Charles, Jr.
  • Elliott, Stephen, Jr.
  • Elliott, Washington Lafayette
  • Ellis, John Willis
  • Ellsworth, Ephraim Elmer
  • Ellsworth's Zouaves
  • Elmira Prison, New York
  • Eltham's Landing, Battle of
  • Elzey, Arnold
  • Emancipation Day
  • Emancipation Proclamation
  • Emerson, Ralph Waldo
  • Emmett, Daniel Decatur
  • Emory, William Hemsley
  • Enchantress Affair
  • Engineers
  • Enon Church, Battle of
  • Enrolled Missouri Militia
  • Ericsson, John
  • Erlanger Loan
  • Espionage in the Civil War
  • Etheridge, Lorinda Anna Blair
  • Evans, Augusta Jane
  • Evans, Clement Anselm
  • Evans, George Henry
  • Evans, John
  • Evans, Nathan George
  • Evarts, William Maxwell
  • Everett, Edward
  • Ewell, Richard Stoddart
  • Ewing, Hugh Boyle
  • Ewing, Thomas, Jr.
  • Excelsior Brigade
  • Ex Parte Merryman
  • Ex Parte Milligan
  • Ezra Church, Battle of
  • F
  • Factory Labor
  • Factory System
  • Fagan, James Fleming
  • Fairbanks, Erastus
  • Fairfax Court House, Battle of
  • Fair Garden, Tennessee, Engagement at
  • Fair Oaks, Battle of
  • Fair Oaks and Darbytown Road, Battle of
  • Falling Waters, Battle of
  • Farnsworth, Elon John
  • Farragut, David Glasgow
  • Fauntleroy, Charles Magill
  • Fayetteville, North Carolina, Union Occupation of
  • Fayetteville Arsenal, North Carolina
  • Fayetteville Road Fight
  • Featherston, Winfield Scott
  • Fenton, Reuben Eaton
  • Ferguson, Champ
  • Ferguson, Samuel Wragg
  • Ferrero, Edward
  • Ferry, Orris Sanford
  • Fessenden, Francis
  • Fessenden, James Deering
  • Fessenden, William Pitt
  • Field, Charles William
  • Field Fortifications
  • Fifteen-Negro Law
  • Fifteenth Amendment
  • 5th New York Infantry Regiment
  • 54th Massachusetts Regiment of Infantry
  • Fighting McCooks
  • Fillmore, Millard
  • Film and the Civil War
  • Financing, CSA
  • Financing, U.S.
  • Finegan, Joseph
  • Fingal, CSS
  • Finley, Clement Alexander
  • Finley, Jesse Johnson
  • Fire-Eaters
  • First Hatcher's Run
  • 1st Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment
  • 1st New Jersey Brigade
  • First Shot of the Civil War
  • 1st Vermont Brigade
  • Fish, Hamilton
  • Fisher's Hill, Battle of
  • Fisk, Clinton Bowen
  • Fitzhugh, George
  • Five Forks, Battle of
  • Flags
  • Flanagin, Harris
  • Florida
  • Florida, CSS
  • Florida, Union Department of
  • Floyd, John Buchanan
  • Fogg, George Gilman
  • Fogg, Isabella Morrison
  • Foote, Andrew Hull
  • Foote, Henry Stuart
  • Foraging
  • Forbes, Edwin
  • Force, Manning Ferguson
  • Ford, Antonia
  • Ford's Theatre
  • Foreign-Born Soldiers
  • Forney, John Horace
  • Forney, William Henry
  • Forrest, French
  • Forrest, Nathan Bedford
  • Forrest's First Tennessee Raid
  • Forrest's Kentucky Raid
  • Forrest's Second Tennessee Raid
  • Forsyth, James William
  • Fort Anderson, North Carolina
  • Fort Bisland, Louisiana, Engagement at
  • Fort Blakely, Alabama, Siege of
  • Fort Brooke, Florida, Engagements at
  • Fort Darling
  • Fort Davidson, Battle of
  • Fort Delaware Prison, Delaware
  • Fort Donelson, Battle of
  • Fort Fisher Campaign
  • Fort Gibson, Siege of
  • Fort Gregg, Battle of
  • Fort Henry, Battle of
  • Fort Hindman, Battle of
  • Fort Huger, Virginia
  • Fortifications, Field
  • Fort Jefferson and Fort Taylor, Florida
  • Fort Lafayette, New York
  • Fort Loudon, Battle of
  • Fort Macon, North Carolina, Siege of
  • Fort McAllister, Georgia, Capture of
  • Fort McAllister, Georgia, Union Naval Attacks on
  • Fort Monroe, Virginia
  • Fort Morgan, Alabama
  • Fort Myers, Battle of
  • Fort Pickens, Florida
  • Fort Pillow, Battle of
  • Fort Pillow, Tennessee, Capture of
  • Fort Pulaski, Georgia, Reduction of
  • Fort Riley, Kansas
  • Fort Sanders, Battle of
  • Fort Smith, Arkansas
  • Fort Stedman, Battle of
  • Fort Stevens, District of Columbia
  • Fort Sumter, South Carolina, Confederate Bombardment of
  • Fort Sumter, South Carolina, Dahlgren's Attacks on
  • Fort Sumter, South Carolina, Du Pont's Attack on
  • Fort Sumter, South Carolina, U.S. Efforts to Relieve
  • Fort Taylor, Florida
  • Fort Wagner, South Carolina, Siege of
  • Fort Warren, Massachusetts
  • Foster, John Gray
  • Foster, Robert Sanford
  • Foster, Stephen Collins
  • Fourmile Creek, Battle of
  • Fourteenth Amendment
  • Fox, Gustavus Vasa
  • France
  • Franklin, Battle of
  • Franklin, William Buel
  • Franklin and Nashville Campaign
  • Franklin's Crossing, Virginia, Engagement at
  • Fraser, Trenholm & Company
  • Frazer, John Wesley
  • Fredericksburg, Confederate Department of
  • Fredericksburg, First Battle of
  • Fredericksburg, Second Battle of
  • Fredericksburg Campaign
  • Freedmen
  • Freedmen's Bureau
  • Freedom Day
  • Free Labor
  • Freeport Doctrine
  • Free Soil Party
  • Frémont, Jessie Benton
  • Frémont, John Charles
  • Frémont's Emancipation Proclamation
  • French, Samuel Gibbs
  • French, William Henry
  • French's Field, Battle of
  • Frietschie, Barbara
  • Frontier, Union Army of the
  • Front Royal, Battle of
  • Front Royal, Virginia, Engagement at
  • Frost, Daniel March
  • Fry, Birkett Davenport
  • Fry, James Barnet
  • Fry, Speed Smith
  • Fugitive Slave Act of 1850
  • Fuller, John Wallace
  • Furman, James Clement
  • G
  • Gaines Landing, Battle of
  • Gaines’ Mill, Battle of
  • Galena, USS
  • Galvanized Yankees and Galvanized Rebels
  • Galveston, Battle of
  • Galveston, Texas
  • Gamble, Hamilton Rowan
  • Gamble, William
  • Gano, Richard Montgomery
  • Gardner, Alexander
  • Gardner, Franklin
  • Gardner, James
  • Gardner, William Montgomery
  • Garfield, James Abram
  • Garland, Samuel, Jr.
  • Garnett, Richard Brooke
  • Garnett, Robert Selden
  • Garrard, Kenner
  • Garrett, Robert, & Sons, Inc.
  • Garrett, Thomas
  • Garrison, William Lloyd
  • Garrott, Isham Warren
  • Gartrell, Lucius Jeremiah
  • Gary, Martin Witherspoon
  • Gatlin, Richard Caswell
  • Gatling Gun
  • Geary, John White
  • General Order No. 100
  • General War Order No. 1
  • Georgia
  • Georgia, Confederate Department of
  • Georgia, Union Army of
  • Georgia, Union Department of
  • Georgia Militia
  • German Americans in the Civil War
  • Getty, George Washington
  • Gettysburg, Battle of
  • Gettysburg Address
  • Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association
  • Gettysburg Campaign
  • Gholson, Samuel Jameson
  • Gibbon, John
  • Gibbs, Alfred
  • Gibson, Randall Lee
  • Giddings, Joshua Reed
  • Gilbert, Charles Champion
  • Gillem, Alvan Cullen
  • Gillmore, Quincy Adams
  • Gilmer, Jeremy Francis
  • Gilmer, John Adams
  • Gilmor, Harry Ward
  • Gilmore, James Roberts
  • Gilmore, Joseph Albree
  • Girardey, Victor Jean Baptiste
  • Gist, States Rights
  • Gladden, Adley Hogan
  • Glasgow, Battle of
  • Globe Tavern, Battle of
  • Glorieta Pass, Battle of
  • Godwin, Archibald Campbell
  • Goggin, James Monroe
  • Gold Hoax
  • Goldsboro, North Carolina
  • Goldsborough, John Rodgers
  • Goldsborough, Louis Malesherbes
  • Goodwin, Ichabod
  • Gordon, George Henry
  • Gordon, George Washington
  • Gordon, James Byron
  • Gordon, John Brown
  • Gorgas, Josiah
  • Gosport Navy Yard
  • Govan, Daniel Chevilette
  • Gracie, Archibald, Jr.
  • Grady, Henry Woodfin
  • Graham, Charles Kinnaird
  • Graham, Strader v.
  • Graham, William Alexander
  • Grain Supplies, Northern
  • Granbury, Hiram Bronson
  • Grand Army of the Republic
  • Grand Gulf, Battle of
  • Grand Review of the Armies
  • Granger, Gordon
  • Grant, Lewis Addison
  • Grant, Ulysses Simpson
  • Grant and Sibley Court-Martial
  • Grant's Anti-Jew Order
  • Gratiot Street and Myrtle Street Federal Military Prisons, St. Louis
  • Gravel Hill, Battle of
  • Gray, Henry
  • Grayson, John Breckinridge
  • Great Bethel, Battle of
  • Great Britain
  • Great Locomotive Chase
  • Greeley, Horace
  • Green, Martin Edwin
  • Green, Thomas
  • Greenback Raid
  • Greenbacks
  • Greenbrier River, Battle of
  • Greene, George Sears
  • Greene, Samuel Dana
  • Greenhow, Rose O'Neal
  • Green River, Battle of
  • Greer, Elkanah Brackin
  • Gregg, David McMurtrie
  • Gregg, John
  • Gregg, Maxcy
  • Gregg, William
  • Gresham, Walter Quintin
  • Grier, Robert Cooper
  • Grierson, Benjamin Henry
  • Grierson's Raid
  • Griffin, Charles
  • Griffin, Simon Goodell
  • Griffing, Josephine Sophia White
  • Griffith, Richard
  • Grimes, Bryan
  • Grimké, Sarah Moore
  • Grimké Weld, Angelina Emily
  • Grinnell, Josiah Bushnell
  • Griswold & Gunnison
  • Griswoldville, Battle of
  • Grose, William
  • Grover, Cuvier
  • Groveton, Battle of
  • Grow, Galusha Aaron
  • Guard Hill, Virginia, Engagement at
  • Guerrilla Warfare
  • Gulf, Confederate District of the
  • Gulf, Union Department and Army of the
  • Gulf Blockading Squadron
  • Gulf of Mexico
  • Gunboats, Confederate
  • Gurowski, Adam
  • Guthrie, James
  • H
  • Habeas Corpus, Writ of, CSA
  • Habeas Corpus, Writ of, U.S.
  • Hagerstown, Battle of
  • Hagood, Johnson
  • Hahn, Michael
  • Hainesville, Battle of
  • Hall, Maria M. C.
  • Hall, Norman Jonathan
  • Hall, Willard Preble
  • Halleck, Henry Wager
  • Halpine, Charles Graham
  • Halstead, Murat
  • Hamblin, Joseph Eldridge
  • Hamilton, Andrew Jackson
  • Hamilton, Charles Smith
  • Hamilton, Schuyler
  • Hamlin, Charles
  • Hamlin, Cyrus
  • Hamlin, Hannibal
  • Hammond, James Henry
  • Hammond, William Alexander
  • Hampton, Wade
  • Hampton Legion
  • Hampton Roads, Battles of
  • Hampton Roads, Virginia
  • Hampton Roads Peace Conference
  • Hampton-Rosser Cattle Raid
  • Hancock, Cornelia
  • Hancock, Winfield Scott
  • Hanover, Battle of
  • Hanover Court House, Battle of
  • Hanovertown, Battle of
  • Hanson, Roger Weightman
  • Hardee, William Joseph
  • Hardee's Tactics
  • Hardeman, William Polk
  • Hardie, James Allen
  • Hardin, Martin Davis
  • Hardtack
  • Harker, Charles Garrison
  • Harlan, James
  • Harpers Ferry, Battle of
  • Harpers Ferry, Virginia
  • Harpers Ferry, Virginia, John Brown's Raid on
  • Harper's Weekly
  • Harris, Elizabeth
  • Harris, Isham Green
  • Harris, Nathaniel Harrison
  • Harris, Thomas Maley
  • Harrison, Benjamin
  • Harrison, Henry Thomas
  • Harrison, James Edward
  • Harrison, Thomas
  • Harrison's Landing Letter
  • Harrow, William
  • Hart, John Elliott
  • Hartford, USS
  • Hartranft, John Frederick
  • Hartsuff, George Lucas
  • Harvey, Cordelia Perrine
  • Harvey, Louis Powell
  • Hascall, Milo Smith
  • Haskin, Joseph Abel
  • Hatch, Edward
  • Hatch, John Porter
  • Hatcher's Run, Battle of
  • Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina, Union Assault on
  • Hatton, Robert Hopkins
  • Haupt, Herman
  • Hawes, James Morrison
  • Hawes, Richard
  • Hawe's Shop, Battle of
  • Hawkins, John Parker
  • Hawley, Harriet Foote
  • Hawley, Joseph Roswell
  • Haw's Shop, Battle of
  • Hawthorne, Nathaniel
  • Hay, John Milton
  • Hayes, Rutherford Birchard
  • Hayne, Paul Hamilton
  • Hays, Alexander
  • Hays, Harry Thompson
  • Hays, William
  • Hazen, William Babcock
  • Head of Passes, Battle of
  • Hébert, Louis
  • Hébert, Paul Octave
  • Heckman, Charles Adam
  • Heintzelman, Samuel Peter
  • Helena, Battle of
  • Helm, Benjamin Hardin
  • Helper, Hinton Rowan
  • Hendricks, Thomas
  • Henrico, Confederate Department of
  • Henry Repeating Rifle
  • Herndon, William Henry
  • Herron, Francis Jay
  • Heth, Henry
  • Hickenlooper, Andrew
  • Hickenlooper's Battery
  • Hicks, Thomas Holliday
  • Higgins, Edward
  • Higginson, Thomas Wentworth
  • High Bridge, Battle of
  • Hill, Adams Sherman
  • Hill, Ambrose Powell
  • Hill, Benjamin Harvey
  • Hill, Benjamin Jefferson
  • Hill, Daniel Harvey
  • Hilton Head Island, Battle of
  • Hincks, Edward Winslow
  • Hindman, Thomas Carmichael
  • Hines, Thomas Henry
  • Hines's Indiana Raid
  • Hitchcock, Ethan Allen
  • H. L. Hunley, CSS
  • Hobson, Edward Henry
  • Hodge, George Baird
  • Hodgers, Jennie
  • Hoffman, William
  • Hoge, Jane Currie Blaikie
  • Hogg, Joseph Lewis
  • Hoke, Robert Frederick
  • Hoke's Run, Battle of
  • Holbrook, Frederick
  • Holcombe, James Philemon
  • Holden, William Woods
  • Hollins, George Nichols
  • Holly Springs, Mississippi, Raid on
  • Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr.
  • Holmes, Sarah Katherine Stone
  • Holmes, Theophilus Hunter
  • Holt, Joseph
  • Holtzclaw, James Thaddeus
  • Home Front, Confederate
  • Home Front, Union
  • Homer, Winslow
  • Homestead Act
  • Honey Hill, Battle of
  • Honey Springs, Battle of
  • Hood, John Bell
  • Hood's Tennessee Campaign
  • Hood's Texas Brigade
  • Hooker, Joseph
  • Hopkins, Juliet Ann Opie
  • Horse Landing, Battle of
  • Hospitals, Military
  • Hospital Ships
  • Hotchkiss, Jedediah
  • Hotze, Henry
  • Housatonic, USS
  • Houston, Samuel
  • Hovey, Alvin Peterson
  • Howard, Joseph, Jr.
  • Howard, Oliver Otis
  • Howe, Albion Parris
  • Howe, Julia Ward
  • Howe, Samuel Gridley
  • Hudson, Frederic
  • Huger, Benjamin
  • Humes, William Young Conn
  • Humphreys, Andrew Atkinson
  • Humphreys, Benjamin Grubb
  • Hunt, Henry Jackson
  • Hunter, David
  • Hunter, Robert Mercer Taliaferro
  • Hunter's Raid
  • Hunton, Eppa
  • Huntsville, Alabama
  • Hurlbut, Stephen Augustus
  • Huse, Caleb
  • Volume III: I–N
  • I
  • Île à Vache
  • Illinois
  • Imboden, John Daniel
  • Immigrants
  • Imprints, Confederate
  • Income Tax, Confederacy
  • Income Tax, U.S.
  • Indiana
  • Indian Brigade
  • Indians, Confederate
  • Indian Territory
  • Industrial Revolution
  • Industry
  • Infantry Tactics
  • Ingalls, Rufus
  • Insignia and Equipment, Union and Confederate
  • Invalid Corps
  • Iowa
  • Irish Americans
  • Irish Bend and Fort Bisland, Louisiana, Engagements at
  • Irish Brigade
  • Iron and Steel Manufacture
  • Iron Brigade of the West
  • Ironclad Board
  • Ironclad Oath
  • Ironclads, Confederate
  • Ironclads, Union
  • Irwinville, Georgia
  • Isherwood, Benjamin Franklin
  • Island No. 10, Battle of
  • Italian Americans
  • Iuka, Battle of
  • Iverson, Alfred, Jr.
  • Iverson, Alfred, Sr.
  • Ivy Mountain, Battle of
  • J
  • Jackson, Alfred Eugene
  • Jackson, Battle of
  • Jackson, Claiborne Fox
  • Jackson, Henry Rootes
  • Jackson, John King
  • Jackson, Mississippi, Siege of
  • Jackson, Richard Henry
  • Jackson, Thomas Jonathan
  • Jackson, William Hicks
  • Jackson, William Lowther
  • Jackson-Loring Controversy
  • Jackson's Shenandoah Valley Campaign
  • Jacksonville, Florida
  • James, Union Army of the
  • James, Union Military Division of the
  • James Island, First Battle of
  • James River, Battle of
  • James River Pontoon Bridge Operation
  • Jenkins, Albert Gallatin
  • Jenkins, Micah
  • Jenkins’ Ferry, Battle of
  • Jetersville, Virginia, Engagement at
  • Jews in the Civil War
  • Joe Brown's Pikes
  • ”John Brown's Body”
  • Johnson, Adam Rankin
  • Johnson, Andrew
  • Johnson, Bradley Tyler
  • Johnson, Bushrod Rust
  • Johnson, Edward
  • Johnson, George Washington
  • Johnson, Herschel Vespasian
  • Johnson, Reverdy
  • Johnson, Richard W.
  • Johnson's Farm, Battle of
  • Johnson's Island Prison, Ohio
  • Johnsonville, Tennessee, Forrest's Raid on
  • Johnston, Albert Sidney
  • Johnston, George Doherty
  • Johnston, Harriet Rebecca Lane
  • Johnston, Joseph Eggleston
  • Johnston, Robert Daniel
  • Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War
  • Jomini's Treatise on Grand Military Operations
  • Jones, Catesby ap Roger
  • Jones, Charles Colcock, Jr.
  • Jones, David Rumph
  • Jones, John Beauchamp
  • Jones, John Marshall
  • Jones, John Robert
  • Jones, Patrick Henry
  • Jones, Samuel
  • Jones, William Edmondson
  • Jones and Imboden Raid into West Virginia
  • Jonesboro, Battle of
  • Jordan, Thomas
  • Journalism
  • Judah, Henry Moses
  • Julian, George Washington
  • Juneteenth
  • K
  • Kanawha, Confederate Army of the
  • Kane, Thomas Leiper
  • Kansas
  • Kansas, Union Army of
  • Kansas, Union Department of
  • Kansas-Nebraska Act
  • Kautz, August Valentine
  • Kean, Robert Garlick Hill
  • Kearny, Philip
  • Kearsarge, USS
  • Kearsarge vs. Alabama
  • Keene, Laura
  • Keifer, Joseph Warren
  • Keitt, Laurence Massillon
  • Kell, John McIntosh
  • Kelley, Benjamin Franklin
  • Kelly, John Herbert
  • Kelly's Ford, Battle of
  • Kemper, James Lawson
  • Kenly, John Reese
  • Kennedy, John Doby
  • Kenner, Duncan Farrar
  • Kennesaw Mountain, Battle of
  • Kentucky
  • Kentucky, Battle for
  • Kentucky, Confederate Army of
  • Kentucky, Union Army of
  • Kentucky Campaign
  • Kernstown, First Battle of
  • Kernstown, Second Battle of
  • Kershaw, Joseph Brevard
  • Keyes, Erasmus Darwin
  • Key West, Union Department of
  • Kiernan, James Lawlor
  • Kilpatrick, Hugh Judson
  • Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid
  • Kilpatrick's Pants, Battle of; Kilpatrick's Shirttail Skedaddle
  • Kimball, Nathan
  • King, John Haskell
  • King, Rufus
  • King, Thomas Starr
  • King's School House, Battle of
  • King's Tanyard, Battle of
  • Kinston, First Battle of
  • Kinston, Second Battle of
  • Kirby, Edmund
  • Kirkland, Richard
  • Kirkland, William Whedbee
  • Kirkwood, Samuel Jordan
  • Knights of the Golden Circle
  • Knipe, Joseph Farmer
  • Know-Nothing Party
  • Knoxville Campaign
  • Krzyóanowski, Wladimir
  • Kueffner, William Charles
  • Ku Klux Klan
  • L
  • Labor, Factory
  • Labor, Free
  • Ladies’ Gunboat Societies
  • Ladies’ Memorial Associations
  • Laird Rams
  • Lake Chicot, Battle of
  • Lamar, Charles Augustus Lafayette
  • Lamar, Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus
  • Lamon, Ward Hill
  • LaMountain, John
  • Lancashire, England
  • Lane, Harriet Rebecca
  • Lane, James Henry (Confederate Officer)
  • Lane, James Henry (Union Officer)
  • Lane, Joseph
  • Lane, Walter Paye
  • Langston, John Mercer
  • Lanier, Sidney
  • Lauman, Jacob Gartner
  • Laurel Hill, Battle of
  • Laurel Hill, Virginia, Skirmish at
  • Law, Evander McIvor
  • Lawler, Michael Kelly
  • Lawrence, Kansas, Raid on
  • Lawton, Alexander Robert
  • Leadbetter, Danville
  • Lecompton Constitution
  • Ledlie, James Hewett
  • Lee, Albert Lindley
  • Lee, Edwin Gray
  • Lee, Fitzhugh
  • Lee, George Washington Custis
  • Lee, Robert Edward
  • Lee, Samuel Phillips
  • Lee, Stephen Dill
  • Lee, William Henry Fitzhugh
  • Leech & Rigdon
  • Lee's Farewell Speech
  • Lee's Lost Order
  • Legal Tender Acts
  • Leggett, Mortimer Dormer
  • Leggett's Hill, Georgia, Engagement at
  • Lemmon v. People of the State of New York
  • Leslie, Frank
  • Letcher, John
  • Letters of Marque and Reprisal
  • Leventhorpe, Collett
  • Lewis, Joseph Horace
  • Lewis, William Gaston
  • Lexington, Missouri, Battle of
  • Lexington, Tennessee, Battle of
  • Lexington, Virginia
  • Libby Prison, Virginia
  • Liddell, St. John Richardson
  • Lieber, Franz
  • Lieber's Code
  • Lightburn, Joseph Andrew Jackson
  • Light Division
  • Lilley, Robert Doak
  • Lincoln, Abraham
  • Lincoln, Mary Ann Todd
  • Lincoln, Robert Todd
  • Lincoln Assassination
  • Lincoln's First Inaugural
  • Lincoln's Reconstruction Policies
  • Lincoln's Second Inaugural
  • Lindsay, William Schaw
  • Literature
  • Little, Lewis Henry
  • Little Crow's War
  • Little Osage River, Kansas, Skirmish at
  • Little Rock Campaign
  • Livermore, Mary Ashton Rice
  • Livermore's Numbers and Losses in the Civil War
  • Locke, David Ross
  • Lockwood, Henry Hayes
  • Logan, John Alexander
  • Logan, Thomas Muldrup
  • Logan's Cross Roads, Battle of
  • Logistics, Union and Confederate
  • Lomax, Lunsford Lindsay
  • Long, Armistead Lindsay
  • Long, Eli
  • Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
  • Longstreet, James
  • Lookout Mountain, Battle of
  • Loring, William Wing
  • Loring-Jackson Controversy
  • Lost Cause
  • Loudoun Rangers
  • Louisiana
  • Lovejoy, Owen
  • Lovejoy's Station, Battle of
  • Lovell, Mansfield
  • Low, John
  • Lowe, Thaddeus Sobieski Constantine
  • Lowell, Charles Russell, Jr.
  • Lowell, James Russell
  • Lowrey, Mark Perrin
  • Lowry, Robert
  • Loyalty Oaths
  • Lubbock, Francis Richard
  • Lynch, Patrick Neeson
  • Lynch, William Francis
  • Lynchburg, Battle of
  • Lyon, Hylan Benton
  • Lyon, Nathaniel
  • Lyons, Richard Bickerton Pemell
  • Lytle, William Haines
  • M
  • Mackall, William Whann
  • Mackenzie, Ranald Slidell
  • MacRae, William
  • Maffitt, John Newland
  • Magoffin, Beriah
  • Magrath, Andrew Gordon
  • Magruder, John Bankhead
  • Mahan, Dennis Hart
  • Mahone, William
  • Maine
  • Maine, 20th Infantry Regiment
  • Major, James Patrick
  • Mallet, John William
  • Mallory, Stephen Russell
  • Malvern Hill, Battle of
  • Manassas, Battles of
  • Manassas, CSS
  • Manassas Gap, Battle of
  • Manassas Gap Railroad
  • Maney, George Earl
  • Manigault, Arthur Middleton
  • Mann, Ambrose Dudley
  • Mansfield, Battle of
  • Mansfield, Joseph King Fenno
  • Manson, Mahlon Dickerson
  • Marais des Cygnes River, Battle of the
  • March through the Carolinas
  • March to the Sea
  • Marine Corps, Confederate
  • Marine Corps, U.S.
  • Marks’ Mills, Battle of
  • Marmaduke, John Sappington
  • Marr, John Quincy
  • Marshall, Humphrey
  • Marston, Gilman
  • Marston, John
  • Martin, James Green
  • Martin, William Thompson
  • Martindale, John Henry
  • Martinsburg, Virginia, Engagement at
  • Maryland
  • Maryland, Lee's Invasion of
  • Maryland, Union Department of
  • Mason, James Murray
  • Masons
  • Massachusetts
  • Massachusetts, 54th Regiment of Infantry
  • Matamoros, Mexico
  • Matthies, Charles Leopold
  • Maury, Dabney Herndon
  • Maury, Matthew Fontaine
  • Maxey, Samuel Bell
  • Maximilian von Habsburg, Ferdinand
  • McArthur, John
  • McCallum, Daniel Craig
  • McCauley, Charles Stewart
  • McCausland, John
  • McClellan, Cult of
  • McClellan, George Brinton
  • McClernand, John Alexander
  • McComb, William
  • McCook, Alexander McDowell
  • McCook, Daniel, Jr.
  • McCook, Robert Latimer
  • McCown, John Porter
  • McCullagh, Joseph Burbridge
  • McCulloch, Ben
  • McCulloch, Henry Eustace
  • McCulloch, Hugh
  • McDowell, Battle of
  • McDowell, Irvin
  • McGinnis, George Francis
  • McGowan, Samuel
  • McGuire, Hunter Holmes
  • McIntosh, James McQueen
  • McIntosh, John Baillie
  • McKay, Charlotte Johnson
  • McKean, William Wister
  • McKinley, William, Jr.
  • McKinstry, Justus
  • McLaws, Lafayette
  • McLean, John
  • McLean, Wilmer
  • McMillan, James Winning
  • McNair, Evander
  • McNeill, John Hanson
  • McNeill's Rangers
  • McPherson, James Birdseye
  • McRae, Dandridge
  • Meade, George Gordon
  • Meagher, Thomas Francis
  • Meagher's Provisional Division
  • Mechanicsville, Battle of
  • Medal of Honor
  • Medical Department, Confederate
  • Medical Department, U.S.
  • Medicine
  • Medill, Joseph
  • Meigs, John Rodgers
  • Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham
  • Melville, Herman
  • Memminger, Christopher Gustavus
  • Memorial Day
  • Memorials, Confederate
  • Memorials, U.S.
  • Memphis, Battle of
  • Memphis & Charleston Railroad
  • Memphis Appeal
  • Mercer, Hugh Weedon
  • Mercer, Samuel
  • Mercier, Henri
  • Meredith, Solomon
  • Meridian Campaign
  • Merritt, Wesley
  • Merryman, Ex Parte
  • Merryman, John
  • Mervine, William
  • Mexican-American War, Legacy of the
  • Mexico
  • Michigan
  • Middle and Eastern Florida, Confederate Department of
  • Middleburg, Battle of
  • Middle Creek, Battle of
  • Middle Department, Union
  • Middle Military Division, Union
  • Middle Tennessee, Confederate Army of
  • Miles, Nelson Appleton
  • Miles, William Porcher
  • Miles Court of Inquiry
  • Military Bands
  • Military Education
  • Military Manuals
  • Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States
  • Military Telegraph Service, U.S.
  • Miller, Stephen
  • Miller, William
  • Miller's The Photographic History of the Civil War
  • Milligan, Ex Parte
  • Milligan, Lambdin Purdy
  • Milliken's Bend, Battle of
  • Mill Springs, Battle of
  • Milroy, Robert Huston
  • Milton, Battle of
  • Milton, John
  • Mine Creek, Battle of
  • Mine Run Campaign
  • Minié, Claude-Étienne
  • Minnesota
  • Minnesota, 1st Volunteer Infantry Regiment
  • Minnesota Sioux Uprising
  • Missionary Ridge, Battle of
  • Mississippi
  • Mississippi, Confederate Army of
  • Mississippi, Union Army of the
  • Mississippi, Union Department of the
  • Mississippi, Union Military Division of the
  • Mississippi and East Louisiana, Confederate Department of
  • Mississippi Marine Brigade
  • Mississippi River
  • Mississippi Sound
  • Mississippi Squadron, U.S. Navy
  • Missouri
  • Missouri, Confederate Army of
  • Missouri, Union Department of the
  • Missouri, Union Military Division of the
  • Missouri Compromise
  • Mitchel, Ormsby MacKnight
  • Mitchell, John Grant
  • Mitchell, John Kirkwood
  • Mobile, Alabama, Siege of
  • Mobile, Confederate Army of
  • Mobile Bay
  • Mobile Bay, Battle of
  • Monett's Ferry, Louisiana, Engagement at
  • Monitor, USS
  • Monitor Mania
  • Monocacy, Battle of
  • Monongahela, Union Department of
  • Monroe's Crossroads, Battle of
  • Montague, Robert Latane
  • Montgomery, Alabama
  • Montgomery, James
  • Montgomery Convention
  • Moody, Young Marshall
  • Moore, Andrew Barry
  • Moore, John Creed
  • Moore, Patrick Theodore
  • Moore, Samuel Preston
  • Moore, Thomas Overton
  • Moorefield, Battle of
  • Mordecai, Alfred
  • Morell, George Webb
  • Morgan, Charles Hale
  • Morgan, Edwin Denison
  • Morgan, George Washington
  • Morgan, James Dada
  • Morgan, John Hunt
  • Morgan, John Pierpont
  • Morgan, John Tyler
  • Morgan's Christmas Raid
  • Morgan's Ohio Raid
  • Morrill, Justin Smith
  • Morrill Land-Grant Colleges Act
  • Morris, Thomas Armstrong
  • Morse, Samuel Finley Breese
  • Mortar Boats
  • Mortars
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  • National Cemetery System
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  • Nullification
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  • Volume IV: O–S
  • O
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  • The Photographic History of the Civil War
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  • Rio Grande Campaign
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  • Seven Days’ Campaign
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  • Sioux Uprising
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  • Surrender Terms
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  • Swinton, William
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  • Volume V: T–Z
  • T
  • Tactics
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  • Trans-Allegheny Department, Confederate
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  • Treatise on Grand Military Operations
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  • 12th New Jersey Infantry Regiment
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  • Uncle Tom's Cabin
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  • Uniforms, Confederate Army and Navy
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  • Unionists, Southern
  • Union League of America
  • Union Party
  • Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon
  • United Confederate Veterans
  • United Daughters of the Confederacy
  • United Kingdom
  • United States Christian Commission
  • United States Colored Troops
  • United States Lighthouse Service
  • United States Military Academy, West Point
  • United States Revenue Cutter Service
  • Upton, Emory
  • Urbanna Plan
  • Usher, John Palmer
  • Utah, Union Department of
  • Utah Territory
  • Utoy Creek, Battle of
  • V
  • Vache Island, Haiti
  • Vallandigham, Clement Laird
  • Valley District, Confederate
  • Val Verde, Battle of
  • Van Brunt, Gershom Jaques
  • Vance, Robert Brank
  • Vance, Zebulon Baird
  • Van Cleve, Horatio Phillips
  • Vanderbilt, Cornelius
  • Van Dorn, Earl
  • Van Lew, Elizabeth
  • Vaughan, Alfred Jefferson, Jr.
  • Vaughan Road, Battle of
  • Vaughn, John Crawford
  • Vaught's Hill, Battle of
  • Veatch, James Clifford
  • Velazquez, Loreta Janeta
  • Vermont
  • Vermont, 1st Brigade
  • Verot, Jean Pierre Augustin Marcellin
  • Veteran Reserve Corps
  • Veterans’ Organizations
  • Veteran Volunteer Corps
  • Vicksburg, Confederate Army of
  • Vicksburg, Mississippi, Farragut's Passage of
  • Vicksburg, Mississippi, Porter's Passage of
  • Vicksburg Campaign, First
  • Vicksburg Campaign, Second
  • Victor, Orville James
  • Villard, Henry
  • Villepigue, John Bordenave
  • Vincent, Strong
  • Vining's Station, Georgia, Engagement at
  • Virginia
  • Virginia, CSS
  • Virginia, Union Army of
  • Virginia, Union Department of
  • Virginia and North Carolina, Union Department of
  • Virginia & Tennessee Railroad
  • Virginia Military Institute
  • Vizetelly, Frank
  • Vogdes, Israel
  • Volunteers
  • Von Borcke, Johan August Heinrich Heros
  • Von Steinwehr, Adolf Wilhelm August Friedrich
  • W
  • Waddell, James Iredell
  • Wade, Benjamin Franklin
  • Wade-Davis Bill
  • Wadley, William Morrill
  • Wadsworth, James Samuel
  • Wagner, George Day
  • Wakeman, Sarah Rosetta
  • Walcutt, Charles Carroll
  • Walke, Henry
  • Walker, Henry Harrison
  • Walker, James Alexander
  • Walker, John George
  • Walker, Leroy Pope
  • Walker, Lucius Marshall
  • Walker, Mary Edwards
  • Walker, Reuben Lindsay
  • Walker, Robert John
  • Walker, William Henry Talbot
  • Walker, William Sparhawk
  • Walker, William Stephen
  • Wallace, Lewis
  • Wallace, William Harvey Lamb
  • Wallace, William Henry
  • Walthall, Edward Cary
  • Wapping Heights, Battle of
  • War Correspondents
  • Ward, James Harmon
  • Ward, William Thomas
  • War Democrats
  • Ware Bottom Church, Battle of
  • War of the Rebellion: Official Records
  • Warren, Fitz-Henry
  • Warren, Gouverneur Kemble
  • Warren Court of Inquiry
  • Washburn, Cadwallader Colden
  • Washburn, Francis
  • Washburn, Israel, Jr.
  • Washburne, Elihu
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Washington, D.C., Defenses of
  • Washington, North Carolina, Siege of
  • Washington, Union Department of
  • Washington Artillery
  • Washington Peace Conference
  • Washington Territory
  • Wassaw Sound, Battle of
  • Waterhouse, Richard
  • Watie, Stand
  • Watterson, Henry
  • Watts, Thomas Hill
  • Waud, Alfred Rudolph
  • Wauhatchie, Battle of
  • Waul, Thomas Neville
  • Wayne, Henry Constantine
  • Wayne, James Moore
  • Waynesboro, Georgia, Battle of
  • Waynesboro, Virginia, Battle of
  • Weaver, James Baird
  • Webb, Alexander Stewart
  • Webb, James Watson
  • Weed, Stephen Hinsdale
  • Weed, Thurlow
  • Weisiger, David Addison
  • Weitzel, Godfrey
  • Weld, Theodore
  • Weldon & Petersburg Railroad
  • Welles, Gideon
  • West, Confederate Army of the
  • West, Confederate Department of the
  • West, Joseph Rodman
  • West, Union Department of the
  • Western Department, Confederate
  • Western Department, Union
  • Western Kentucky, Confederate Department of
  • Western Sanitary Commission
  • Western Virginia, Union Department of
  • Western Virginia and East Tennessee, Confederate Department of
  • West Florida, Confederate Department of
  • West Gulf Blockading Squadron
  • West Point, Battle of
  • West Point Foundry, New York
  • Westport, Battle of
  • West Tennessee, Confederate Army of
  • West Virginia
  • West Virginia, Union Department and Army of
  • Wharton, Gabriel Colvin
  • Wharton, John Austin
  • Wheat, Chatham Roberdeau
  • Wheaton, Frank
  • Wheeler, Joseph
  • Wheeler's First Raid
  • Wheeler's Second Raid
  • Whipple, William Denison
  • White, Julius
  • White Oak Road, Battle of
  • White Oak Swamp, Battle of
  • White Point, South Carolina, Engagement at
  • White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia, Engagement at
  • Whitfield, John Wilkins
  • Whiting, William Henry Chase
  • Whitman, Walter
  • Whittier, John Greenleaf
  • Whitworth, Sir Joseph
  • Whitworth Gun
  • Wickham, Williams Carter
  • Widow Bixby Letter
  • Wigfall, Louis Trezevant
  • Wigwag Visual Signaling System
  • Wilcox, Cadmus Marcellus
  • Wild, Edward Augustus
  • Wilder, John Thomas
  • Wilderness, Battle of the
  • Wilkes, Charles
  • Willard, Antonia Ford
  • Willcox, Orlando Bolivar
  • Williams, Alpheus Starkey
  • Williams, John Stuart
  • Williams, Thomas
  • Williamsburg, Battle of
  • Williams Gun
  • Williamsport, Battle of, and Confederate Escape across the Potomac
  • Willich, Johann August Ernst von
  • Willstown Bluff, Battle of
  • Wilmington, North Carolina
  • Wilmington, North Carolina, Engagements at
  • Wilmot, David
  • Wilmot Proviso
  • Wilson, Claudius Charles
  • Wilson, Henry
  • Wilson, James Harrison
  • Wilson-Kautz Raid
  • Wilson's Creek, Battle of
  • Wilson's Raid into Alabama and Georgia
  • Winchester, First Battle of
  • Winchester, Second Battle of
  • Winchester, Third Battle of
  • Winder, Charles Sidney
  • Winder, John Henry
  • Winslow, John Ancrum
  • Winston County, Alabama
  • Wire Entanglements
  • Wirz, Heinrich Hartmann
  • Wisconsin
  • Wise, Henry Alexander
  • Withers, Jones Mitchell
  • Wittenmyer, Annie Turner
  • Wofford, William Tatum
  • Woman's Order
  • Women
  • Women Soldiers
  • Women's Relief Societies
  • Women's War Journals and Memoirs
  • Wood, Fernando
  • Wood, John Taylor
  • Wood, Sterling Alexander Martin
  • Wood, Thomas John
  • Woods, Charles Roberts
  • Woodson's Cavalry
  • Woodsonville, Battle of
  • Woodward, George Washington
  • Wool, John Ellis
  • Worden, John Lorimer
  • Wright, Ambrose Ransom
  • Wright, George
  • Wright, Horatio Gouverneur
  • Wright, Marcus Joseph
  • Wyse Fork, Battle of
  • Y
  • Yancey, William Lowndes
  • Yates, Richard
  • Yazoo Pass Expedition
  • Yellow Bayou, Battle of
  • Yellow Tavern, Battle of
  • York, Zebulon
  • Yorktown, Virginia, Siege of
  • Young, John Russell
  • Young, Pierce Manning Butler
  • Young, William Hugh
  • Yulee, David Levy
  • Z
  • Zollicoffer, Felix Kirk
  • Zook, Samuel Kosciuszko
  • Zouaves
  • Medals, Decorations, and Military Honors
  • Military Ranks
  • Glossary of Terms
  • Chronology
  • Bibliography
  • Contributors
  • Volume VI: Documents
  • 1. Fugitive Slave Acts (1793, 1850)
  • 2. Missouri Compromise (March 3, 1820) [Excerpts]
  • 3. Monroe Doctrine (December 2, 1823) [Excerpts]
  • 4. Act Creating a Commissioner of Indian Affairs (July 9, 1832)
  • 5. Daniel Webster: Address before Congress (March 7, 1850)
  • 6. Frederick Douglass: “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” (July 5, 1852)
  • 7. Harriet Beecher Stowe: Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852) [Excerpt]
  • 8. Kansas-Nebraska Act (May 30, 1854)
  • 9. Charles Sumner: Speech to the U.S. Senate (May 19, 1856) [Excerpts]
  • 10. Scott v. Sanford (1857) [Excerpts]
  • 11. Lecompton Constitution (September 1857)
  • 12. James H. Hammond: Speech to the Senate (March 4, 1858) [Excerpt]
  • 13. Abraham Lincoln: House Divided Speech (June 16, 1858)
  • 14. Stephen A. Douglas: Freeport Doctrine (August 27, 1858)
  • 15. John Brown: Final Address to the Court (November 2, 1859)
  • 16. Constitutional Union Party Platform (1860)
  • 17. Daniel Decatur Emmett: “Dixie” (1860)
  • 18. South Carolina Ordinance of Secession (December 20, 1860)
  • 19. Varina Davis: Jefferson Davis: Ex-President of the Confederate States of America (Published 1890) [Excerpt]
  • 20. Jefferson Davis: Inaugural Address (February 18, 1861)
  • 21. Editorial: “The Declaration of War,” Richmond Enquirer (March 5, 1861)
  • 22. Confederate Constitution (March 11, 1861)
  • 23. Lincoln's Cabinet Decision Regarding Resupply of Federal Forts (March 29, 1861)
  • 24. William H. Seward: Letter to Lincoln (April 1, 1861)
  • 25. Abraham Lincoln: Proclamation Calling Militia into National Service (April 15, 1861)
  • 26. Roger Jones: Union Correspondence Relating to Harpers Ferry (April 18 and 20, 1861)
  • 27. Abraham Lincoln: Proclamation Declaring a Blockade of Southern Ports (April 19, 1861)
  • 28. Robert E. Lee: Resignation from the U.S. Army (April 20, 1861)
  • 29. Roger B. Taney: Ex Parte Merryman (1861) [Excerpts]
  • 30. Jefferson Davis: Response to Lincoln Calling Out Militia (April 29, 1861)
  • 31. Richard H. Weightman: Report to President Jefferson Davis (May 20, 1861) [Excerpts]
  • 32. Joseph Henry: Letter Regarding Lowe's Balloon (June 21, 1861)
  • 33. Abraham Lincoln: Address to Congress (July 4, 1861) [Excerpts]
  • 34. Ulysses S. Grant: Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant (Events of July 1861) [Excerpt]
  • 35. Edward Porter Alexander: Memoir Excerpt about the First Battle of Bull Run (July 21, 1861)
  • 36. Irvin McDowell: Reports on the First Battle of Bull Run (July 21, 1861)
  • 37. Alfred Waud: Drawing of the First Battle of Bull Run (July 21, 1861)
  • 38. George B. McClellan: Letter to His Wife (July 27, 1861) [Excerpts]
  • 39. Rose Greenhow: Intelligence Reports (July 31–August 9, 1861)
  • 40. John C. Frémont: Proclamation Freeing Slaves of Missouri (August 30, 1861)
  • 41. Henry S. Olcott: Essay on Army Supply Fraud and the Poem “Song of the Shoddy” (September 21, 1861)
  • 42. Louis M. Goldsborough: Letter Warning about CSS Virginia (October 17, 1861)
  • 43. Charles Stone: Orders for the Battle of Balls Bluff (October 20 and 25, 1861)
  • 44. Julia Ward Howe: “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” (1861)
  • 45. Abraham Lincoln: Letter to Henry Halleck Regarding the Writ of Habeas Corpus (December 2, 1861)
  • 46. Harry McCarthy: “The Bonnie Blue Flag” (1861)
  • 47. Charles F. Adams: Letter to Seward (January 10, 1862)
  • 48. Ulysses S. Grant: Demand for Surrender (February 16, 1862)
  • 49. Union Correspondence Regarding the Monitor versus the Virginia (March–May 1862)
  • 50. Jefferson Davis: “To the House of Representatives” (March 25, 1862)
  • 51. Albert Sidney Johnston and Jefferson Davis: Correspondence before the Battle of Shiloh (April 3 and 4, 1862)
  • 52. Albert Sidney Johnston: Proclamation before the Battle of Shiloh (April 3, 1862)
  • 53. Elisha Stockwell: Memoir Excerpt about the Battle of Shiloh (1862)
  • 54. Henry Villard: Reporter's Account of the Battle of Shiloh (1862)
  • 55. Braxton Bragg: Message to Beauregard (April 8, 1862)
  • 56. Jefferson Davis: Proclamation Suspending Habeas Corpus (April 8, 1862)
  • 57. Conscription Acts (April 16, 1862, and March 3, 1863)
  • 58. Mary Loughborough: Letter about Visiting Casualties of the Battle of Shiloh (May 1, 1862)
  • 59. John R. Bartlett: Excerpt, Capture of New Orleans (1862)
  • 60. Sarah Morgan: Diary Entry about Secession (May 14, 1862)
  • 61. Homestead Act (May 20, 1862) [Excerpt]
  • 62. Henry Halleck: Letter to Secretary of War Stanton (May 22, 1862)
  • 63. Henry Kyd Douglas: Memoir Excerpt about Service with Stonewall Jackson (May 1862)
  • 64. George B. McClellan: Letter about the Peninsula Campaign (July 7, 1862)
  • 65. John Pope: Proclamation to His Troops (July 14, 1862)
  • 66. George Root: “The Battle Cry of Freedom” (July 1862)
  • 67. Sarah Morgan: Diary Entry about the Destruction of the Arkansas (August 6, 1862)
  • 68. E. H. Bereman: Letter to Her Husband (August 10, 1862)
  • 69. Little Crow: Speech Preceding the Minnesota Sioux Uprising (August 18, 1862)
  • 70. George B. McClellan: Message to Lincoln from Frederick, Maryland (September 13, 1862)
  • 71. Josiah Gorgas: Diary Entry about Southern Optimism (September 14, 1862)
  • 72. George Smalley: Union Newspaper Report about the Battle of Antietam (September 20, 1862)
  • 73. Alexander Gardner: Photograph of the Dead after the Battle of Antietam (September 1862)
  • 74. Alpheus S. Williams: Letter about the Battle of Antietam (September 22, 1862)
  • 75. Abraham Lincoln: Emancipation Proclamation (September 22, 1862)
  • 76. George B. McClellan: Report on the Battle of Antietam (October 15, 1862)
  • 77. Edward Porter Alexander: Memoir Excerpt on Confederate Recovery (Autumn 1862)
  • 78. Henry L. Abbott: Letter about the First Battle of Fredericksburg (December 17, 1862)
  • 79. William S. Rosecrans: Report on the Battle of Stones River (January 5, 1863)
  • 80. Clement Vallandigham: Speech before Congress about the Conscription Bill (January 14, 1863)
  • 81. Abraham Lincoln: Letter Appointing Joseph Hooker to High Command (January 26, 1863)
  • 82. Carlos W. Colby: Journal Entry about Care of the Sick (January 29, 1863) [Excerpts]
  • 83. Samuel F. Du Pont: Letter about the Union Blockade (February 19, 1863) [Excerpt]
  • 84. Abraham Lincoln: Amnesty for Union Deserters (March 10, 1863)
  • 85. Impressment Act (March 26, 1863)
  • 86. Ulysses S. Grant and David D. Porter: Correspondence about Cooperation at Vicksburg (March 29, 1863)
  • 87. Virginia Clay-Clopton: Memoir Excerpt about Shortages in the Confederacy (1863)
  • 88. Julia Dent Grant: Memoir Excerpt on Running the Blockade at Vicksburg (1863)
  • 89. Instructions for the Government of Armies of the United States in the Field (April 24, 1863)
  • 90. Thomas E. Taylor: Book Excerpt, British Account of Running the Blockade (1863)
  • 91. Ulysses S. Grant: Memoir Excerpt about the Second Vicksburg Campaign (1863)
  • 92. C. B. Wilder: Testimony before American Freedmen's Commission (May 9, 1863)
  • 93. Joseph E. Johnston and John C. Pemberton: Correspondence about the Defense of Vicksburg (May 13 and 14, 1863)
  • 94. John H. Reagan: Memoir Excerpt about a Confederate Cabinet Meeting (1863)
  • 95. Joseph E. Johnston: Memoir Excerpt about Pemberton's Decision Regarding the Battle of Champion Hill (1863)
  • 96. S. H. M. Byers: Essay Excerpt on the Recollections of Grant (1863)
  • 97. Jacob B. Ritner: Letter to His Wife about the Second Vicksburg Campaign (May 24, 1863)
  • 98. Alvin P. Hovey: Report on the Battle of Champion Hill (May 25, 1863)
  • 99. Francis M. Cockrell: Report on the Battle of Champion Hill (August 1, 1863)
  • 100. Mary Loughborough: Book Excerpt on the Siege of Vicksburg (1864)
  • 101. Frank Wilkie: Newspaper Account, “General Grant in the Field” (June 12, 1863)
  • 102. John F. Brobst: Letter about the Second Vicksburg Campaign (July 5, 1863) [Excerpts]
  • 103. Amanda Edmonds: Journal Entry during the Second Vicksburg Campaign (July 13, 1863)
  • 104. Walt Whitman: Letters about Hospital Visits (June 22 and 30, 1863)
  • 105. Rufus Dawes: Book Excerpt, Union Account of the Battle of Gettysburg (1863)
  • 106. Edward Porter Alexander: Confederate Account of the Battle of Gettysburg (1863) [Excerpts]
  • 107. Henry L. Abbott: Letter, Union Account of the Battle of Gettysburg (July 6, 1863)
  • 108. Walt Whitman: Letter about the New York City Draft Riots (July 15, 1863)
  • 109. Robert E. Lee: Letter to Jefferson Davis (July 27, 1863)
  • 110. Josiah Gorgas: Diary Entry about Confederate Defeats at Gettysburg and Vicksburg (July 28, 1863)
  • 111. Robert E. Lee: Letter to Davis Offering to Resign (August 8, 1863)
  • 112. General Order Regarding the Pardon of Deserters (August 11, 1863)
  • 113. John Hay: Diary Entry about the Spencer Repeating Rifle (August 19, 1863)
  • 114. C. H. Crane: Inspection Report on Fort Delaware (September 3, 1863) [Excerpts]
  • 115. Daniel Harvey Hill: Essay Excerpt on the Battle of Chickamauga (1863)
  • 116. J. S. Fullerton: Excerpt about Major General George H. Thomas at the Battle of Chickamauga (1887)
  • 117. Sam R. Watkins: Book Excerpt, Aftermath of the Battle of Chickamauga (1863)
  • 118. John Hay: Diary Entry about the Battle of Chickamauga and Its Aftermath (September 27, 1863)
  • 119. James H. Gooding: Letter Protesting Unequal Pay for African American Troops (September 28, 1863)
  • 120. Samuel Beckwith: Book Excerpt on Union Telegraph Operations (1863)
  • 121. John A. Dahlgren: Report on the Confederate Torpedo Boat David (October 7, 1863)
  • 122. Abraham Lincoln: Gettysburg Address (November 19, 1863)
  • 123. George G. Meade: Letter about Grant (December 20, 1863)
  • 124. John R. Thompson: Song, “Richmond Is a Hard Road to Travel” (1863)
  • 125. J. H. Tomb and J. F. Green: Operations of the Confederate Torpedo Boat H. L. Hunley (March 7, 1864, and January 1865)
  • 126. James Longstreet: Letter Regarding the U.S. Presidential Election (March 5, 1864)
  • 127. Rufus Dawes: Letter about Grant (March 29, 1864)
  • 128. John B. Gordon: Book Excerpt on the Confederate Religious Revival (1864)
  • 129. E. J. Eldridge: Report on Andersonville Prison (May 6, 1864)
  • 130. Charles S. Wainwright: Journal Excerpt on the Engagement Prior to the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House (May 7, 1864)
  • 131. Ulysses S. Grant: Report to Henry Halleck (May 11, 1864)
  • 132. Robert McAllister: Two Letters to His Wife (May 11 and June 6, 1864)
  • 133. John B. Gordon: Book Excerpt, Account of the Bloody Angle (1864)
  • 134. Robert McAllister: Report on the Bloody Angle (August 11, 1864)
  • 135. John F. Brobst: Letter Written during the Battle of Dallas (May 30, 1864)
  • 136. Edward Porter Alexander: Book Excerpt on Trench Warfare (1864)
  • 137. James H. Wilson: Book Excerpt on Union Staff Relations (1871)
  • 138. James H. Wilson: Book Excerpt on Union Morale (1864)
  • 139. Robert McAllister: Letter about the Petersburg Campaign (June 19, 1864) [Excerpts]
  • 140. Alpheus Williams: Two Letters about the Atlanta Campaign (July 26 and September 3, 1864) [Excerpts]
  • 141. Benjamin F. Wade and Henry W. Davis: Wade-Davis Manifesto (August 5, 1864) [Excerpts]
  • 142. Mary Chesnut: Diary Entry about Davis's Selection of Hood (August 14, 1864)
  • 143. Ulysses S. Grant: Two Messages to Sheridan (August 16, 1864)
  • 144. Democratic Party Platform (August 31, 1864)
  • 145. John B. Hood and William T. Sherman: Correspondence after the Occupation of Atlanta (September 10–12, 1864)
  • 146. Philip H. Sheridan: Reports to Grant on the Shenandoah Valley (October 1 and 7, 1864)
  • 147. John B. Gordon: Book Excerpt, Account of the Battle of Cedar Creek (1864)
  • 148. Thomas Buchanan Read: Poem, “Sheridan's Ride” (1864)
  • 149. Josiah Gorgas: Diary Entry about Ordnance and the Winter of 1864–1865 (October 22, 1864)
  • 150. Three Documents Relating to Indians in Confederate Service (October–November 1864)
  • 151. William T. Sherman: Orders Concerning the March to the Sea (November 8–9, 1864)
  • 152. Abraham Lincoln: Condolence Letter to Mrs. Bixby (November 21, 1864)
  • 153. James W. Forsythe: Instructions Regarding Guerrillas (November 27, 1864)
  • 154. John Greenleaf Whittier: Poem, “Barbara Freitchie” (1864)
  • 155. Ulysses S. Grant: Instructions Regarding Fort Fisher (January 3, 1865)
  • 156. Josiah Gorgas: Diary Entries Regarding a Confederate Victory (January 25 and 30, 1865)
  • 157. Freedmen's Bureau Act (March 3, 1865) [Excerpts]
  • 158. Abraham Lincoln: Second Inaugural Address (March 4, 1865)
  • 159. Confederate Correspondence on the Tredegar Iron Works (March 7–11, 1865)
  • 160. Ulysses S. Grant: Surrender Terms (April 9, 1865)
  • 161. Robert E. Lee: General Order No. 9, Farewell to Troops (April 10, 1865) and Letter to Jefferson Davis (April 12, 1865)
  • 162. William T. Sherman and Joseph E. Johnston: Surrender Terms and General Order No. 8 (April 26–27, 1865)
  • 163. Henry C. Work: “Marching through Georgia” (1865)
  • 164. Lincoln Conspirators’ Trial (1865)
  • 165. Report of the Southern Treaty Commission (October 30, 1865)
  • 166. Andrew Johnson: Proclamation of Amnesty (December 8, 1865)
  • 167. Ulysses S. Grant: Report on Conditions in the South (December 18, 1865)
  • 168. George Cooper: Medical Examination of Jefferson Davis (May 9, 1866)
  • 169. Ely Parker: Letter to Ulysses S. Grant about Indian Affairs (ca. 1866) [Excerpts]
  • 170. Reconstruction Acts (1867)
  • 171. Articles of Impeachment (March 4, 1868)
  • 172. Ambrose Bierce: “A Horseman in the Sky” (Published 1892)
  • Categorical Index