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1864. August 5. Naval battle in Mobile Bay
1865. January 9. Missouri abolished slavery.
January 15. Fort Fisher captured
ing slavery passed
February 3. Hampton Roads Conference
held on the River Queen.
February 18. Charleston evacuated.
February 23. J. E. Johnston re-appointed to
April 2. Petersburg and Richmond evacuated
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April 14. Anderson raised the old flag over
April 17. Negotiations opened for the sur
render of Johnston's forces
April 18. Articles of peace agreed between
April 21. The Cabinet repudiated Sherman's
agreement with Johnston
April 24. The Confederate ram Webb de-
April 26. Johnston surrendered his army
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Hiram Ulysses Grant. From the painting by A. Muller Ury in
the Corcoran Gallery, Washington
Map showing free and slave soil, 1820.
Map showing expansion of the United States, 1783-1867
Mary Todd Lincoln. From a photograph made in 1862, in the collection of Julius F. Sachse, Esq.
From a copy of a photograph made in January, 1861, at Springfield, Illinois, now in the Newberry Library, Chicago.
Caricature of the "Secession Movement," published in 1861.
Gideon Welles. From the painting by Matthew Wilson in the
Philip Henry Sheridan, major-general, U. S. A.
George Gordon Meade, major-general, U. S. A.
Admiral David Dixon Porter and staff, on flagship, December, 1864.
Officers of original monitor on its deck in Hampton Roads
William Tecumseh Sherman. From the painting by D. Huntington in the War Department, Washington
Philip Henry Sheridan. From the painting by D. Huntington in the War Department, Washington
Libby Prison, Richmond, after the capture.
General Buckner's request for terms and an armistice, General Grant's demand for unconditional and immediate surrender, and Buckner's acceptance of the "ungenerous and unchivalrous terms." From the originals, dated February 16, 1862, now in possession of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania .
Page of the New York Tribune of July 7, 1863, giving an account of the battle of Gettysburg. From an original in the Library of Congress, Washington
General Grant's council of war at City Point, 1864, Grant looking over Meade's shoulder examining map
Thomas Jonathan Jackson, general, C. S. A.
From the painting
Caricature, published in 1864, showing Lincoln's faith in Grant.
Map of battlefields in front of Nashville, Tennessee. print in the Map Division, Library of Congress, Washington 416 President Lincoln, Major Allan Pinkerton, and Brigadier-general John Alexander McClernand, U. S. V., at Antietam, October, 1862
Broadside offering reward for the capture of Lincoln's assassin.
Facsimile of the resolution of Congress submitting the Thirteenth