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UNION GENERALS.
FRONTISPIECE

FRONTISPIEOE.
1. Lieut.-Gen. ULYSSES S. Grant. 7. Major-Gen. ALFRED H. TERRY.
2. Major-Gen. William T. SHERMAN. 8. Major-Gen. FRANK P. BLAIR.
3. Major-Gen. Philip H. SHERIDAN. 9. Major-Gen. NATHANIEL P. BANKS.
4. Major-Gen. GEORGE G. MEADE. 10. Major-Gen. SAMUEL R. CURTIS.
5. Major-Gen. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK. 11. Major-Gen. Quincy A. GILLMORE.
6. Major-Gen. Oliver O. HOWARD. 12. Major-Gen. GEORGE H. Thomas.

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13. Edwin D. MORGAN, of N. York. 128 19. Austin Blair, of Michigan
14. WILLIAM SPRAGUE, of R. I. 20. John BROUGH, of Ohio
15. RICHARD YATES, of Illinois . 21. WM. A. BUCKINGHAM, of Conn.
16. Tuos. C. FLETCHER, of Missouri. 22. Oliver P. Morton, of Indiana.
17. CHARLES S. Olden, of N. Jersey 23. JOHN A. ANDREW, of Mass.
18. Alex. W. Randall, of Wisc. 24. Samuel Cony, of Maine

25. ANDREW G. Curtin, of Penn. 128
EMINENT UPHOLDERS IN CONGRESS OF THE WAR FOR

THE UNION. 26. BENJAMIN F. WADE, of Ohio 256 32. HENRY WINTER Davis, of Md. 25; 27. ZACHARIAH CHANDLER, of Mich. 33. Reuben E. Fenton, of N. York, 28. HENRY S. LANE, of Indiana . 34. GEORGE W. JULIAN, of Indiana. 29. LYMAN TRUMBULL, of Illinois 35. John A. Kasson, of Iowa 30. ELIHU B. WASHBURNE, of Illinois.“ 36. John P. Hale, of N. Hampshire. 31. William D. Kelley, of Penna.“ 37. Roscoe Conkling, of New York “

UNION DEFENDERS. 38. Major-Gen. WM. S. ROSECRANS 272 44. Major-Gen. Judson KILPATRICK. 272 39. Major-Gen. Franz SIGEL .

45. Major-Gen. P. J. OSTERHAUS 40. Major-Gen. GODFREY WEITZEL 46. Major-Gen. ALFRED PLEASANTON. 41. Major-Gen. JAMES B. STEEDMAN. 47. Major-Gen. CARL SCHURZ, 42. Major-Gen. GORDON GRANGER. 48. Brig.-Gen. Thos. F. MEAGHER 43. Major-Gen. E. R. S. CanBY. 49. Com. John A. WINSLOW .

OUR HEROIC DEAD. 50. Major-Gen. JOHN SEDGWICK 352|56. Major-Gen. ORMSBY M. MITCHEL. 352 51. Major-Gen. Isaac I. STEVENS 57. Major-Gen. Jas. S. WADSWORTH. 52. Brig. Gen. EDWARD D. BAKER . 58. Major-Gen. Jas. B. McPHERSON. 53. Brig.-Gen. GEORGE D. BAYARD.

59. Major-Gen. Edwin V. SUMNER. 54. Major-Gen. PHILIP KEARNY 60. Brig.-Gen. Fred. W. LANDER. 55. Major-Gen. John F. REYNOLDS .

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PRESIDENT, NEW CABINET, &c.

PAGE 62. ANDREW Johnson, President 752 69. THADDEUS STEVENS,

752 63. LAFAYETTE S. Foster,

Chairman Com, on Ways and Means, House of Repu.

70. John Sherman, 64. Hugh McCulloch,

Committee on Finance, Senate.
Secretary of the Treasury.

71. Henry Wilson, 65. JAMES HARLAN, Sec. Interior

Chairman Committee on Military Affairs, Sonate. 66. William DENNISON,

72. Gen. Robert C. SCHENCK,

Chairman Com. on Military Affairs, House of Reps. 67. JAMES SPEED, Attorney-General.

73. William Pitt FEBSENDEN, 68. SCHUYLER COLFAX,

Ex-Secretary of the Treasury.
Speaker of the House of Representatives,
FIQHT OF THE MERRIMAC AND MONITOR IN HAMPTON Roads

112 VIEW OF FREDERICKSBURG

341 VIEW OF CUMBERLAND GAP

432 FORT SUMTER REPOSSESSED BY THE UNION

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BATTLE-FIELD OF PEA RIDGE

29 Port HUDSON BESIEGED BY BANKS. 332 BATTLE-FIELD OF Mill SPRING . 44 FREDERICKSBURG-BURNSIDE, LEE , 343 Forts HENRY AND Donelson 46 CHANCELLORSVILLE-HOOKER, LEE. 356 New Madrid and Island No. 10 55 WINCHESTER, VA., AND VICINITY

371 PITTSBURG Landing—Shiloh 62 GETTYSBURG—First Day's Fight . 378 Roanoke Island—CROATAN Sound. 75 GETTYSBURG-Final Assault 384 NEWBERN AND NEUSE RIVER 77 MINE RUN AND THE RAPIDAN. 399 NEW ORLEANS AND ITS DEFENSES 86

CuatTANOOGA,

CHICKAMAUGA, &c. 416 FORTS JACKSON AND ST. PHILIP . 88 East TexnESSEE—KnoxvILLE, &c. 429 RICHMOND AND ITS APPROACHES 111 Fort Pulaski~GILLMORE's SIEGE . 457 McCLELLAN BEFORE YORKTOWN . 121 SECESSIONVILLE, S. C. . . . · 461 Seven Pines, or Fair Oaks . 143 CHARLESTON, S. C., AND ITS DEFENSES 467 MECHANICSVILLE

. 153 Red River Region, ALEXANDRIA, &c. 538 Gaines's Mill

156 THE WILDERNESS-Grant, LEE · 567 Malvern Hill .

165 SPOTTSYLVANIA C. H. AND VICINITY. 572 Pope's VIRGINIA AND LEE's Mary- LEE AT BAY ON THE NORTH Anna . 578 LAND CAMPAIGNS.

174 Cold II ARBOR AND ITS Vicinity 580 CEDAR MOUNTAIN 176 RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG

594 GAINESVILLE, OR Second Bull Run 184 DEFENSES OF Washington City 601 South MOUNTAIN-TURNER'S

SHERIDAN IN THE VALLEY OF VA. 609 Crampton's GAPS

. 197 Sherman's ADVANCE TO ATLANTA 627 HARPER'S FERRY

200 MOBILE BAY AND ITS DEFENSES 650 ANTIETAM, or SHARPSBURG . 205 Franklin, Tenn.—Hood's Fight . 681 PERRYVILLE, or Chaplin's Creek . 219 Nashville, Tenn.—Thomas, Hood 685 IUKA

... 223 SHERMAN'S MARCH TO THE SEA . . 690 CORINTH-DEFEAT OF Van DorN . 226 SHERMAN'S MARCH THROUGH SOUTH STONE RIVER, OR MURFREESBORO' . 275 CAROLINA

698 The Yazoo Region

297 Wilmington, N. C.-Fort Fisher. 710 VICKSBURG, Jackson, Yazoo City, 305 Lee's RETREAT—APPOMATTOX C. H. 729

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