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Acquia Creek (the Potomac),
58.

Allen's Farm (the Peninsula), 49.
Anderson, General Robert, 36.
Anderson, General R. H., 81,

87, 125, 128, 168, 179.
Antietam, 46-52.
Arraistead, General L. A., 19,

142, 144.
Army of the Potomac, of the

James, of Northern Virginia,

passim.

Arnold, General Richard, 308.
Arnold, Captain W. A., 141,

189, 190.
Arthur, President, 306.
Artillery, Hancock's relation to,

30, 140.
Auburn, battle of, 149.
Avery House (Petersburg), 238.
Ayres, General R. B., 124.

Babcock, General O. E., 304.
Badeau, General Adam, 166 n,

232 n, 283.
Bailey's Creek (James River),

248-249, 255-256.
Baird, Lieutenant-Colonel W.

H., 239.
Balloch, Captain George W., 59.

Baltimore Pike (Gettysburg),
Iio-iii, 120, 131.

Banks's Ford (the Rappahan-
nock), 76, 92.

Barlow, General Francis C,
Antietam, 50-51 ; Wilderness,
155, 164-166, 172-174, 176;
Spottsylvania, 187-188, 190;
the Salient 196-199, 206;
North Anna and the Toto-
potomoy, 211, 214-215; Cold
Harbor, 220-221; Petersburg,
234, 237-238, 241; Deep Bot-
tom, 249, 256; Reams's Sta-
tion, 260.

Barnes, General James, 124.

Batchelder, Colonel J. B., 312.

Batchelder, General R. N., 40,
101.

Bates, Lieutenant-Colonel \V.

W., 241.
Bayard, Hon. Thomas F., 306.
Beaver, General James A., 239,

267.

Benedict, Colonel, 143.
Bethesda Church, 214.
Bingham, General H. H., 40,
72, 101.

Birney, General D. B., 155;
Wilderness, 163-165,170-175,
177, 181; Spottsylvania, 183;
the Salient, 196-198,204, 207;
North Anna and the Toto-
potomoy, 210-211, 214-215;
Cold Harbor, 221, 224; Pe-
tersburg, 234, 237, 238, 240-

245. 255.

Block House bridge (Po River),
186-187.

Bolivar Heights (Harper's Fer-
ry). 53-

Boydton Plank Road (Peters-
burg), chapter xix.

Brewster, Colonel William R.,
155-

Bridger, Fort, Hancock rejoins

his regiment at, 23.
Bristoe Station, 150.
Broady, Lieutenant-Colonel K.

O., 272.

Brock Road (the Wilderness),
163-165, 173, 176-180.

Bvockenborough, Colonel, 142.

Brooke, General John R., An-
tietam, 50; Gettysburg, 101,
155; Wilderness, 165; Spott-
sylvania, 187-188; the Sali-
ent, 196-197, 199; the Toto-
potomoy, 214-215 ; Cold Har-
bor, 220-221.

Brower, Lieutenant, 273.

Brown House (Spottsylvania),
196, 202.

Brown, General Harvey L., 188-
190, 196.

Brown, Colonel T. Fred, com-
manding battery, 128, 267,
271.

Brownson, Captain Edward B.,
40, 101, 276.

Buckner, General S. B., 12.
Buford, General John, 103-104,
no.

Bull, Major S. O., 101.

Bullock Clearing (Chancellors-
ville), 86, 88, 90-91.

Burgess's Mill (Hatcher's Run),
281-282, 287.

Burnside, General A. E., 14;
Antietam, 52; Fredericks-
burg, 57-58, 60-64, 68, 71;
Wilderness, 159, 162, 168,
174-175, 178; the Salient,
206 ; the Mine, 253-254.

Butler, General B. F., 151, 217,
230, 232, 247.

Butterfield, General Daniel, 68,
107.

Byrnes, Colonel Richard, 220-
221.

Caldwell, General John C, Mal-
vern Hill, 49; Fredericksburg,
59, 66; Chancellorsville, 89;
Gettysburg, 100, 124, 136.

Carr, General Joseph B., 155.

Carroll, General S. S., Chancel-
lorsville, 88 ; Gettysburg, 101,
I3°, 155: Wilderness, 166,
170, 177, 180; Spottsylvania,
190; the Salient, 199, 203

Catharpin Road (the Wilder-
ness), 165, 185-186.

Catherine Furnaces (Wilder-
ness), 163.

Cavalry, Hancock's relation to,
30.

Cemetery Hill (Gettysburg),
109-111, 119-121, 129-130,
134, 141-142.

Cemetery Ridge (Gettysburg),

119, 121, 134-144.
Chancellorsville, 72, chapter v;

158-159, 162.
Chapin's Farm (James River),

247-248.
Chaplin, Colonel Daniel, 258.
Charlestown, Va., 53.
Chesterfield, Va., 210.
Chickahominy River, 44, 49,

218, 219.
Churubusco (Mexico), Hancock

engaged at, 19-20.
Cincinnati, Hancock on duty

in, 18.

City Point, 217, 231-232.
Clark, General N. S., 21.
Cold Harbor, 215, 217 et seq.,
230.

Comstock, General C. B., 195-
196.

Contreras (Mexico), Hancock
engaged at, 20.

Coons, Colonel John, 203.

Corbin's Bridge (Po River), 185.

Couch, General D. N., at West
Point, 11; Malvern Hill, 49;
takes command of Second
Corps, 53; Fredericksburg,
55, 64; Chancellorsville, 74,
77, 82, 87, 89-90, 92-93; re-
linquishes command of Sec-
ond Corps, 93-94.

Cowan, Captain, commanding
battery, 141.

Craig, Colonel C. A., 258.

Crampton's Pass (South Moun-
tain), 46.

Crawford, Fort, Hancock on
duty at, 20.

Crawford, General S. W., Get-
tysburg, 129; Reams's Station,
278; Boydton Road, 281-282,
284, 287.

Cross, Colonel Edward E., 50,
100, 126, 145.

Cub Dam Creek (Williamsburg),
41.

Culp's Hill (Gettysburg), 110-

112, 120-121.
Cushing, Captain Alonzo H.,

141, 142.
Cutler, General L., 175.

Dauchey, Lieutenant G. K., com-
manding battery, 271-274.

Davidson, General John W., 11,
41.

Deep Bottom (James River),

expeditions, chapter xvii.
Deep Creek (James River), 256.
Democratic party, Hancock's

affiliations with, 9-10, 14-15,

296-303, 305.
Devens, General Charles, 144 n.
Devereux, Colonel A. L., 143.
Devil's Den (Gettysburg), 123-

124, 126.
Donahue, Lieutenant Thomas,

89.

Doubleday, General Abner, 106,

116-118, 129, 136.
Dougherty, Surgeon A. N., 101,

144.

Dowdall's Tavern (Chancellors-
ville), 78-79, 81-83.
Dunker Church (Antietam), 46.
Dyer Court of Inquiry, 309 n.

Early, General Jubal A., Wil-
liamsburg, 38, 41-42 ; Gettys-

burg, 134 ; Spottsylvania, 185-
186, 255.

Egan, General Thomas W.,
North Anna, 211 ; Petersburg,
238; Boydton road, 281, 286.

Ely's Ford (the Rapidan), 74,
158, 162.

Emmittsburg road (Gettysburg),
120-121, 125.

Ewell, General B. S., Gettys-
burg, Iio-iii, 113,129 ; Mine
Run, 150; Wilderness, 163-
164, 167, 169, 170; the Sali-
ent, 195, 207-209.

Fair Oaks, battle of, 48, 50, 156.

Falmouth, Va., 58-59.

Farmville, battle of, 51, 274.

Field, General C. W., 176.

Five Forks, battle of, 293.

Frank, Colonel Paul, 155, 165,
176.

Franklin, General W. B., at
West Point, 11; Antietam,
45 46, 49; Fredericksburg,
61-63, 313-

Fredericksburg, 30, 59, 72;
battle of, chapter iv, 74-75,
157 ; pike, 76, 79, 81, 314.

French, General William H.,
Gaines's Mill, 49 ; Fredericks-
burg, 64, 66 ; Chancellorsville,
87-88; Harper's Ferry, 98.

Fry, General James B., II, 308.

Fussell's Mills (James River),
. 249, 256.

Garfield, President, 305, 307.
Garnett's Farm (the Chicka-
hominy), 44.

Geary, General J. W., 89-90,114.

Germanna Ford (the Rapidan),
74, 158.

Getty, General George W., 164-
165, 168, 170.

Gettysburg, battle of, 30, 161-
162, 181-182, 314, chapters
vi—viii.

Gibbon, General John, Chancel-
lorsville, 74, 85; Gettysburg,
101, IC7-108, 12S, 131, 135,
141, 144, 146, 149, 155, 161;
Wilderness, 165-166,170,172-
174; Spottsylvania, 192; the
Salient, 205-206 ; North Anna
and Totopjtomoy, 211-212,
214, 216; Cold Harbor, 220-
221; 225; Petersburg, 234,
237, 239, 241 ; recommended
by Grant for command of Sec-
ond Corps, 245 ; Deep Bot-
tom, 25b; Reams's Station,
260, 262, 267, 274.

Glady Run (Po River), 186-188.

Glendale, battle of, 156.

Golding's house (Chickahom-

iny), 45-

Gordon, General John B., 195,
199, 20S.

Gordonsville, 80, 89.

Grant, General U. S., at West
Point, 11-14; appointed lieu-
tenant general, 152; Wilder-
ness, 158-159, 162, 168, 169;
Spottsylvania, 183-186; the
Salient, 194-T96 ; North An-
na and Totopotomoy, 209, 213,
215; Cold Harbor, 217, 219,
226; Petersburg, 230-231; re-
ply to Hancock's application

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for a court of inquiry, 235;
recommends Hancock as com-
mander of the Army of the
Potomac, 245; change of
plans, 246; Deep Bottom,
24.8-249; telegraphs Secre-
tary Stanton regarding Han-
cock's promotion, 254-256;
Boydton road, 281-283, 288-
289; Five Forks, 293; Ap-
pomattox, 294, 303.

Greene, General George S., 130.

Gregg, General David M., 30-
31, 255, 257, 260, 262, 264,
273-274, 279, 281-282, 287.

Griffin, Captain Eugene, 315.

Guinea Station, Va., 209.

Gurley House (Petersburg), 260.

Halifax Road, 263-265, 273.

Hall, Colonel N. J., 105.

Halleck, General H. W., 58.

Hampton, General Wade, 266-
267, 270.

Hancock, Major John, 37 n, 59.

Hancock, General Winfield
Scott, birth and education,
chapter i; graduated from
West Point and Lrevetted
second lieutenant, 17 ; serv-
ice in Mexico, 18-20; mar-
riage, 21-22 ; service in Flori-
da, 22; ordered to California,
23-4; to the seat of war,
1861, 36 ; appointed brigadier
general of volunteers, 37;
his qualifications for service,
28-40; battle of Williams-
burg, 41-43; Seven Days'
Battles, 44-45 ; assumes com-

mand of division on battle-
field of Antietam, 47-48;
Harper's Ferry, 53; march
along Blue Ridge, 55 ; Fred-
ericksburg, 59-72; Chancel-
lorsville, chapter v ; assumes
command of Second Corps,
94; Gettysburg, chapters vi-
viii; in command of field,
July 1st, 106-107 i relations to
General Howard, 114-118;
wounded, 143-145; returns
to corps, 151 ; in the Wilder-
ness, chapters x-xi; at Spott-
sylvania, chapter xii; at the
Salient, chapter xiii; at Cold
Harbor, chapter xiv; march
to Petersburg, 231-235 ; re-
quests court of inquiry, 235;
before Petersburg, 237-242;
presides over court of inquiry
on Burnside's Mine, 254; ap-
pointed brigadier general in
regular army, 254; at Deep
Bottom, 247-258; at Reams's
Station, 260-278; at Boydton
road, 279-288; obtains leave
of absence, 288-289; relin-
quishes command of Second
Corps, 290; appointed to
raise and command veteran
corps, 289-291 ; assumes com-
mand of Middle Military
Division, 292; ordered to
Washington on President
Lincoln's assassination, 295;
appointed major general in
regular a.-my, 296; ordered
to Fort Leavenworth, 296;
Indian war, 296; ordered

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