The Papers of Jefferson Davis
 
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Volume 9 (January-September 1863) Index


Below is the index from Volume 9 (Jan.-Sept. 1863) of The Papers of Jefferson Davis as it appears in the book. For ease of conversion, italics and accent marks have been omitted. Abbreviations used include "L" for letter and "E" for endorsement. "Sketch" refers to the location of a biographical note on the person in this or in a previous volume.

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A

  • Adams, Daniel W., 402
  • Adams, John, 103
  • Adams, Robert, 370
  • Adams, William Wirt (sketch, 8:15), 298
  • Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, 63, 70, 120, 214, 293, 360. See also Cooper, Samuel
  • Advance (blockade-runner), 263
  • African Americans. See blacks
  • Alabama: cannon foundry, 66; conditions, 46, 54, 122, 416; and CSA debt, 41; conscription, 20, 60, 183, 206, 252, 273, 368, 414; disaffection, 29, 128, 183, 315, 353, 371; martial law, 27; munitions, 206, 305, 416; patronage, 214; slave control, 359; speculation, 121- 22, 183; U.S. raids, 206, 273; Ls from citizens, 53, 359, officials, 206, 349-50
  • Alabama, CSS, 62, 66, 257, 259
  • Alabama & Florida Railroad, 145
  • Alabama River defenses, 74
  • Alabama troops: 2d Cavalry, 159, 225; 4th Cavalry, 5; Fowler's Battery, 231; Hilliard's Legion, 64; cavalry, 416; furloughed, 310; generals, 246; militia, 206, 274, 367, 383; strength, 383
  • Alexander, Almerine M.: L from, 89
  • Alexander, Edward Porter (sketch, 400), 238, 267, 399
  • Alexander, Peter W., 328
  • Alexander, W. C., 105
  • Alexandria, La., 159
  • Alfred (servant), 300
  • Alfriend, Frank H.: L from, 283
  • Allan, Mary C.: L from, 284-85
  • Allen, Henry W., 158
  • American Peace Society, 133
  • American Revolution: Davis on, 11
  • Anderson, Ellen Mary Davis (niece) (sketch, 1:282), 216
  • Anderson, James P., 120
  • Anderson, Richard H. (sketch, 8:341): assignments, 380, 381; Chancellorsville, 164, 171; operations, 385; recommended, 185
  • Anderson, Robert H., 150, 194
  • Anderson, Robert N. (sketch, 8:353): Davis on, 355; J. E. Davis and, 325, 378, 393; Ls from, 354-55, 395
  • Anderson, Samuel R. (sketch, 3:38): Ls from, 38, 64; mentioned, 64, 71
  • Anderson, W. B., 364
  • Anna (river steamer), 64
  • Antietam, Md., Battle of, 258
  • Apache, 117
  • Apalachicola, Fla., 360, 404
  • Aquia Creek, Va., 149
  • Arabian (blockade-runner), 239
  • Archer (river steamer), 64
  • Archer, Abram, 117
  • Archer, James J. (sketch, 193), 192, 295, 296
  • Archer, Richard T. (sketch, 6:133), 117
  • Arcole plantation, 326
  • Arizona Territory, 117, 211
  • Arkansas: commanders, 55, 77; conditions, 22, 38, 42, 46, 58, 63, 70, 90, 91, 100, 104, 126, 132, 223, 229; congressmen meet with Davis, 46, 47, 100, 115; conscription, 38, 58; disaffection, 42, 58, 77, 91, 131, 132, 221, 229, 239; habeas corpus, 38, 75; martial law, 36, 38, 64, 100, (Davis), 43; munitions, 47, (Davis), 117, 125, 281; operations (Davis), 75, 117, 276; resources, 230, 278; support for CSA, 10; U.S. troops in, 42, 183, 372, 412; E by congressmen, 103; L to congressmen, 117; Ls from citizens, 70, 126, congressmen, 47, 64
  • Arkansas, District of, 77
  • Arkansas Post, Ark.: captured, 43, 371; Davis on, 43, 75; defenses, 22; prisoners, 107, 168, 174, 181; U.S. operations, 75
  • Arkansas troops: 2d Cavalry, 278; 4th Infantry, 108; 16th Infantry, 407; Davis on, 281; organization, 246; recruiting, 172, 333; strength, 10, 112, 117, 125, 246
  • Armijo, Manuel, 205
  • Armijo, Rafael, 113, 134, 205
  • Armistead, Lewis A. (sketch, 262), 260
  • Armstrong, Frank C., 25, 33
  • army: casualties in Army of N. Va., 170, 260, 295, 296, at Battery Wagner, 289, Chancellorsville, 171, Chickamauga, 398, 402, Gettysburg, 260, 262, 264, 270, 289, 294, 295, 313, Stones River, 18, 30, Vicksburg, 197, 198, 275, 284; chaplains, 99; clothing, 69, 181, 222, 280; conditions, 41, 42, 123, 141, 182; "Confederate Legion," 408; courts of inquiry, 65, 109, 148, 211, 246, 297, 312, 319, 334, 343, 347, 377, 378, 380, 407, 408; courts-martial, 38, 54, 85, 92, 157-58, 225, 289, 323, 343, 408; criticized, 205, 213, 320, 374; Davis addresses, 317, praises, 15; deserters, 23, 26, 35, 38, 46, 48, 54, 89, 90, 132, 179, 182, 184, 212, 217, 271, 284, 286, 298, 306, 308, 312, 317, 319, 320, 324, 341, 349, 370, 376, 380, 401-2, 412, (Davis), 366, 402; discharges, 111, 117, 177; discipline, 117, 341, 342, 360, 370, 381, 382, (Davis), 246; flags of truce, 32; food supplies, 39, 69, 72, 99, 124, 141, 222; foreigners in, 408; furloughs, 71, 97, 103, 104, 131, 133, 139, 176, 182, 218, 347, 350, (Pemberton's army), 275, 279, 281-86, 288, 293-94, 308, 319-20; general officers' appointments, 71, 350, (Davis), 56, 58, 72-73, 403, criticized, 342, praised (Davis), 229; general staff, 109; horses and mules, 89, 136, 141, 359; Indian troops, 133, 183-84, 186, 207, 239, 347; mail to soldiers, 160-61; military courts, 38, 50, 53, 153, 278, 349, 364, 402; minors in, 147, 216; morale, 212, 280, 307, 380; navy and, 74; nominations for valor, 112; officers' appointments, 7, 109, (Davis), 26, 56, 149, 377, criticized, 51, 360; officers elected (Davis), 136, executed, 254, of northern birth, 212, 213, promoted, 101, 158; organization, 7, 19, 86, 129, 294, 296, 368, 409, (Davis), 190, 226, 294, 316, 333, 342, 381, 409; pay, 141; prosthetics, 325; rations, 34, 39, 91, 361, 404, (Davis), 136; recruiting, 186, 229, (Davis), 392, 394; relief for families, 10, 353, 355; slaves in, xii, 34, 41-42, 47, 52, 54, 55, 58, 61, 73-74, 89, 90, 100, 103, 104, 105, 114, 275, 283, 315, 339-40, 349, 364, 393, 395, as soldiers, 293, 304, 312-13, 333, 340, 374, 407; stragglers, 30, 72, 151, 217, 275, 313, 317, 349, 381; strength in Ark., 90, 91, 221, at Ark. Post, 45, Chancellorsville, 167, Charleston, 112, 175, 360, in E. Tenn., 369, 370, 376, at Grenada, 4, in La., 224, Miss., 188, 197, 199, 203, 204, 216, at Mobile, 116, Murfreesboro, 33, in N.C., 25, at New Bern, 206, Pocotaligo, 112, Savannah, 112, Stones River, 30, 33, in Tenn., 106, 204, Trans-Miss., 173, 221, 371, 412, at Vicksburg, 6, 101, 190, 196, 204, 249, 318; substitutes, 22, 26, 55, 65, 67, 188-89, 222, 252, 315, 319, 333, 343, 353, 378, 384, 393, 397, 414, (Davis), 290; training, 323; transfers, 54, to navy, 304, 350. See also specific armies, commanders, and locales; War Department
  • Army of Northern Virginia: artillery, 37, 83, 88, 92, 105, 132, 160, 194, 203, 248, 255, 269, 312, 318, 384, 390, 400; casualties, 170, 260, 295, 296; cavalry, 63, 73, 79-80, 84, 85, 126, 147, 150, 154-55, 159, 160, 169-70, 200, 204-5, 218, 230-31, 232, 248, 252, 254, 260, 263, 268, 289, 306, 307, 316-17, 384, 385; communications, 244; conditions, 63, 147, 270, 272, 284, 304, 313, 354; confidence in Lee, 327, 337-38; furlough policy, 347; health, 170, 209, 237; horses, 154, 307, 320, 390, 399; inspectors, 214; Johnston and, 88; major generals for, 129; morale, 267, 328; organization, 72, 164, 194, 214, (Davis), 139, 192, 294, 318, (Lee), 185, 191, 192, 204, 212, 313, 320, 336, 342, 394; praised, 256, 327, (Davis), 165, 337, 399; reinforcements for (Davis), 160, 162, 167, 201-2, 230, 312, 317-18, 391-92, 398-99, (Lee), 155, 159-60, 162, 169, 210-11, 236-37, 243-44, 266, 317, 396, from, 4, 52, (Longstreet), 379-80, 381, 384-85, 385-86, 387, 390-91; scouts, 329, 354; spies for, 24, 211, 261; stragglers and deserters, 313, 328, 347, 381, 402, (Davis), 317; strength, 24, 170, 185, 250; supplies, 34, 98, 124, 154, 157, 160, 231, 238, 326, 376; winter quarters, 25. See also Lee, Robert E.
  • Army of Tennessee: artillery, 29, 73, 188, 231, 273, 348, 352, 354, 367, 381, 390, 394, 399; casualties, 18, 30, 398, 402; cavalry, 3, 6, 27, 28, 30, 35, 37, 59, 87, 104, 113, 130, 137, 141, 169, 180, 249, 265, 273, 275, 326, 366, 383, 405; command problems, x, 48-49, 59-60, 92, 118-19, 187, 407; communications, 373; conditions, 141, 187, 410; Davis and, x, xii, 8, 31, 66- 67, 398, (1862), 419; Johnston on, 48-49, 59-60, 86-87, 116; Lee and, 373, 375; morale, 49, 59, 66, 280; munitions, 72, 114, 141, 352, 390; organization, 190, 368; recruiting, 60; reinforcements for, 33, 87, 104, 138, 161, 249, 352, 368, 388-89, (Davis), 18, 116, 350, 362, 367, 390, from, 72, 104, 161, 188, 206, 235, 242, 249, 289, (1862), 238, (Davis), 186, 188, 215, 240, 247, 252-53, 326, 374; reports on, 141, 336; stragglers and deserters, 30, 59, 72, 402; strength, 18, 30, 33, 72, 88, 141, 161, 204, 335, 386; supplies, 72, 113, 137, 391. See also Bragg, Braxton
  • Army of the Potomac (1861), 55, 72
  • Arrington, Samuel P., 92
  • artillery: Apalachicola, 360, 404; Army of N. Va., 37, 83, 88, 92, 105, 132, 160, 194, 203, 248, 255, 269, 312, 318, 384, 390, 400; Army of Tenn., 29, 73, 188, 231, 273, 348, 352, 354, 367, 381, 390, 394, 399; Ark., 77, 117, 246; Brooke guns, 148, 285, 289, 294, 305, 310, 315; Champion Hill, 186; Charleston, 124-25, 157, 170, 90, 112, 181, 272, 285, 289, 294, 307, 308, 310, 311, 315, 316, 321, 348, 349, 355, 356, 360, 376; Chattanooga, 352; Columbiads, 101, 148, 285, 310, 360; Davis on, 120, 174, 356, 357, 384; E. Tenn., 29, 265, 354, 376, 398; Fredericksburg, 318; Grand Gulf, 104, 126, 148, 149, 164; inventions, 115; Ky., 138; manufacturing, 66, 172, 279; Mobile, 305; Napoleons, 79, 384, 390; naval, 148, 235, 285, 289, 305, 315, 321; officers, 7, 88, 92, 101, 312, 316, 355; organization, 88, 92, 116, 400, (Davis), 120; Parrott guns, 148, 285, 348, 384; Port Hudson, 10, 101, 148, 149; Savannah, 91, 112, 124- 25; Stones River, 30; Texas, 16; Trans-Miss., 172, 279; U.S., 16, 30, 77, 147, 160, 171, 189, 203, 205, 208, 211, 219, 230, 271, 272, 280, 283, 292, 295, 298, 307, 348, 350, 385, 398; Vicksburg, 63, 90, 99, 104, 105, 126, 148, 149, 155, 185, 265, (Davis), 10, 68, 76, 96, 101, 104, 150-51, 174, 186; Whitworth rifled guns, 348; Wilmington, 37, 62, 235, 348, 357, 369, (Davis), 47, 85, 390. See also munitions; Ordnance Bureau
  • Aten, Isaac, 180
  • Atkins, John D. C. (sketch, 8:90): L from, 280
  • Atlanta, Ga.: Davis speaks at, 3, 7; defenses, 273, 297, 298, 373, 389; fire, 27; food riot, 124; inspected, 98, 141; prisoners at, 307, 351, 359; shoemaking, 141; supply depot, 190, 297, 298, 384, 394
  • attorney general. See Watts, Thomas H.
  • Augusta, Ga.: Davis at, 7
  • Austin, William G., 213
  • Averell, William W., 83, 370
 

B

  • Bagby, George W., 328
  • Baker, John A., 252, 259
  • Baker, Laurence S., 204, 289, 317, 409
  • Baker's Creek, Miss., Battle of, x, 185, 186, 189, 198, 334
  • Baldwin, Briscoe G., 101
  • Baldwin, W. W., 39
  • Baldwin, William O. (sketch, 128), 127
  • Ball, Thomas: L from, 197
  • Baltimore, Md., 261, 267
  • Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, 116, 158, 232, 410, 411, 415
  • Bankhead, Smith P., 139
  • Banks, Arthur D. (sketch, 129), 128
  • Banks, Nathaniel P. (sketch, 6:268): operations, 23, 38, 172, 173, 269, 281, 315, 372, 412; Port Hudson, 265; reinforcements for, 210, 236, 266, 315; troop strength, 148
  • Barksdale, Ethelbert (sketch, 4:224): L to, 231; Ls from, 182, 230, 283, 312; mentioned, 166, 393
  • Barksdale, Narcissa S.: L to, 303-4
  • Barksdale, William (sketch, 2:116): Davis on, 303-4; death, 260; L from, 51
  • Barnes, Nicholas E. (sketch, 7:441): criticized, 64, 377; L to, 27; L from, 27; mentioned, 241
  • Barnwell, Robert W. (sketch, 4:125): L from, 304-5
  • Barringer, Daniel M. (sketch, 2:469), 7
  • Barron, Samuel (sketch, 6:49), 240, 252
  • Bartlett, William H. C. (sketch, 1:78), 302
  • Barton, I. H. M.: L from, 312-13
  • Barton, Robert M., 62
  • Barton, Seth M., 5
  • Bates, Edward, 374
  • Baton Rouge, La., 99
  • Batson, Felix I.: L from, 90
  • Battery Gregg, 272
  • Battery Wagner: attacked, xi, 272, 283, 289; casualties, 289; defenses (Davis), 295, 368
  • Baxter, Sidney S.: L from, 125-26
  • Baylor, John R., 117, 211, 288-89
  • Bayou Baxter, La., 78
  • Bayou Macon, La., 45, 71, 76, 412
  • Bayou Pierre, Miss., 161, 162
  • Bayou Sara, La., 148, 223
  • Bayou Tensas, La., 71
  • Beard, William K. (sketch, 406), 404, 415
  • Beauregard, P. G. T. (sketch, 6:249): Charleston defenses, 140, 141, 240, 272, 283-84, 289, 307, 349, 356-57, (Davis), 130, 174, 239-40, 270, 271, 294, 295, 307, 308, 315, 318, 356, 357, 361; corps commander (1861), 55; criticized, 283; Davis and, 310, 365-66, 419; Ky. bank funds, 100; Lee and, 24, 170, 236-37, 243, 245, 249, 266; on Gettysburg advance, 249, Lee, 284, strategy, xi, trade, 179; praised, 176, 365-66; promoted, 71; reinforcements for, 308, from, 168, 174, 239-40, 247; S.C. and Ga. commander, 51, 61, 66, 71, 74, 90, 150, 187, 271, 272, 356; staff, 129, 133, 255, 408; troop strength, 187, 204, 360; E by, 47; Ls to, 63-64, 239-40, 356, 357, 361; Ls from, 240, 272, 356, 360
  • Belgium, 257
  • Bell, Mary J., 184
  • Benjamin, Judah P. (sketch, 6:195): criticized, 319, 378; Davis and, 148, 228; and Erlanger loan, 331, 332; expels consuls, 258; funds for, 26, 158, 369, 375, 397, 415, 416; on Chancellorsville, 257, claims, 99, 409, secrecy, 147; Es to, 315, 350; E by, 409; L to, 101; Ls from, 99, 122, 124, 140, 147; mentioned, 65, 153, 256, 362, 414
  • Benning, Henry L., 382, 388
  • Benton, Thomas Hart (sketch, 2:464), 417
  • Bermuda, 178
  • Bertrand, Charles P., 90, 100
  • Berwick Bay, La., 412
  • Bets(e)y (slave) (ident., 235), 198, 234
  • Beverly Ford, Va., skirmish, 148
  • Bezancon, T., 47
  • Bibb, T. P. Atticus: L from, 404
  • Bibb, William C., 315
  • Bienvenu plantation, 234
  • Black, George P.: L from, 411
  • blacks: E. Tenn., 365; free blacks, 146; as spies, 285; in U.S. Army, 112, 152, 233, 237, 289, 293, 304, 307, 322, 355, 397. See also slaves
  • Blackwater, Va., 74, 198, 199, 201-2, 208, 230
  • Blair, Francis P., Jr. (ident., 6:62), 19
  • Blair, James: E by, 365
  • Blake, Benson, 354
  • Blakely gun, 79
  • Blanchard, Albert G.: assignments, 96-97; criticized, 35, 45; Ls from, 323, 353
  • Blanche (blockade-runner), 99
  • blockade: blockade-runners criticized, 113, 333, 348; cabinet and, 393; Charleston, vii, 113, 178, 284, 320, 383; Davis on, 21, 177-78; effects, vi, 144, 372; European attitude, viii; Fla., 142; France and, 144, 372; Wilmington, vii, 160, 177-78, 204, 206, 239, 284, 320
  • blockade-runners. See specific vessels
  • Bloodworth, Thomas J.: L from, 91
  • Blountville, Tenn., 400, 403
  • Blunt, James G. (sketch, 372), 371
  • Bocock, Thomas S., 253
  • Bolling, Benjamin F.: L from, 304
  • Bonham, Milledge L. (sketch, 7:251): and militia, 53, 54, 70, 71, 73, 263, 297, 338; on Davis, 283-84, prisoners, 355; Ls to, 50, 52, 53, 73, 74, 270, 286, 294, 297, 321, 369; Ls from, 48, 53, 54, 70, 71, 73, 263, 285, 297, 311, 315, 338, 348, 369
  • Borcke, Heros von, 336
  • Bottom's Bridge, Va., 259
  • Boudinot, Elias C.: L from, 103; mentioned, 233
  • Bowen, John S.: Port Gibson, 161, 162, 164; praised, 164; promoted, 186, 188, 196, 199; Vicksburg, 188, 204
  • Bowmar, J. H. D.: L from, 346
  • Boyle, Lucinda Smith (niece) (sketch, 1:473), 234, 241
  • Bradford, Amanda Davis (sister) (sketch, 2:129), 299, 347
  • Bradford, David (brother-in-law) (sketch, 1:7), 418
  • Bradford, Edmund, 263, 288, 306
  • Bradford, Jefferson Davis (nephew) (sketch, 8:114): Davis and, 227, 349, 396; Ls from, 206-7, 346-47, 393
  • Bradford, Joseph J.: L from, 65
  • Bragg, Braxton (sketch, 3:66): Ala. defenses, 206; assignments, xii, 87, 137, (Davis), 226, 336, 380, 419; Breckinridge and, 31, 50; Buckner and, 227, 243, 263, 265, 272, 367; censorship, 33; Chattanooga, 352, 380, 391, 405, 410, 414, 415; Chickamauga, 392, 398, 402, 404-6, 414; criticized, xii, 28, 31, 32, 49, 59, 66, 120, 136, 231, 265, 314, 343, 348, 356, 359, 365-66, 368, 408, 410, (Davis), 36, 136, 390; Davis and, v, 28, 31, 36, 48-49, 50-51, 59, 66-67, 192, 226, 272, reprimands, 298, 415; defended, 31, 128, 314, 335; disputes with generals, x, 31, 36, 50, 60, 66-67, 92, 118, 187, 407; Forrest and, 348-49, 403; Hardee and, 31, 49, 60, 120, 187; Johnston and, 19, 30, 35, 36, 48-49, 59-60, 66-67, 86, 116, 119, 128, 137, 186, 189, 225-26, 252-53, 263, 273, 282; S. Jones and, 375, 401, 402, 403, 409, 416; Ky. campaign (1862), 31, 49, 64, 67, 120, 187, 314; Longstreet and, 405; McCown and, 50, 92; on army organization, 190, 272-73, Atlanta defenses, 273, J. E. Brown, 114, casualties, 18, 30, 33, Chickamauga, 398, 404- 6, criticism, 187, flags of truce, 32, I. G. Harris, 322, D. H. Hill, 405, Johnston, 273, G. W. Lee, 273, Polk, 405, press, 29, E. K. Smith, 187, telegraph, 33, U.S. operations, 18, 28, 216, 219, 249, 297, 374, 375, 394, 398, War Dept., 297; Perryville, 6, 120, 187; Pillow and, 60, 273; Polk and, 29, 50-51, 59-60, 118-19, 187, 405, 410, (Davis), 415; praised, 6, 51, 59-60, 118, 141; promoted, 71; retaliation, 29, 335; Seddon on, 6, 61; staff, 18, 31, 406; Stones River, ix, 3, 9, 16, 17, 18, 30, 72, 73, 86, 114, 273; strategy, 17, 48, 72, 269, 272-73, 336, 359, 361, 398, (Davis), 26, 336, 350, 367, 369, 375, 380, 383, 390-91, 398-99, 415, (Lee), 243, 245, 385-86, 403, 411; troop strength, 18, 30, 33, 72, 88, 141, 161, 204, 335, 386; and Western & Atlantic Railroad, 101-2, 105, 106, 114, 126, 185; E by, 33; Ls to, 26, 89, 102, 106, 186, 188, 204, 211, 215, 225- 26, 240, 350, 369, 380, 390, 409, 410, 415; Ls from, 3, 18, 27, 28-30, 72, 73, 90, 105, 114, 187, 188, 204, 216, 219, 246, 253, 272-73, 297, 322, 352, 373, 394, 402, 404-6, 414, cited, 32; mentioned, 207, 319, 335, 343, 403. See also Army of Tennessee
  • Bragg, Eliza E. (sketch, 8:514), 137
  • Bragg, Thomas (sketch, 8:63): L to, 363, cited, 195; mentioned, 281
  • Branch, ----, 51
  • Brandon, William L. (sketch, 2:669): L from, 323-25
  • Branner, John R.: L from, 286
  • Braselman, Berkley L., 101
  • Breckinridge, John C. (sketch, 5:67): assignments, 190, 196, 199; Bragg and, 31, 50; Jackson, Miss., 271; staff, 50, 241, 399; Stones River, 9; mentioned, 180, 205, 354
  • Brennan, T. M., 114
  • Brierfield (described, 2:244): conditions, 64, 198, 217, 344, 354; evacuated (1862), 64, 298; finances, 27; plundered, x, 111, 217, 377, 393; slaves, 111, 134-35, 198, 207, 217, 241, 344, 354
  • Bristoe Station, Va., Battle of, 401
  • Broadwell, William A. (sketch, 7:380): Davis on, 120; reports on, 63, 96, 120; mentioned, 382
  • Brockenbrough, John M., 194
  • Brooke, John M., 305
  • Brooke, Walker (sketch, 2:360): L from, 346
  • Brooke guns, 148, 285, 289, 294, 305, 310, 315
  • Brooks, William M. (sketch, 7:166): L to, 122-24; L from, 231; mentioned, 340
  • Brown, Albert G. (sketch, 2:22): L to, 231; L from, 230; mentioned, 417
  • Brown, Fleming & Co., 120
  • Brown, John (sketch, 6:268), 372
  • Brown, John A. (sketch, 223), 221
  • Brown, Joseph E. (sketch, 7:147): Bragg and, 101-2, 106, 114, 126, 185, 273, 274; criticized, 22, 65, 117; Davis and, 185, 383, 407; on crops, 65, 97, 142, Davis, 126, disaffection, 65, 355, 361, Ga. troops, 66, 361, 366, 407, G. W. Lee, 109, 274; Stephens on, 373; Ls to, 41, 66, 102, 104, 106, 126, 183, 185, 212, 353, 376-77, 383, 394; Ls from, 65, 97, 101-2, 103, 109, 126, 140-41, 190-91, 236, 253, 306, 353, 355, 361, 394, 407-8; mentioned, 27, 362, 368
  • Brown, Thomas P., 397
  • Browne, William M. (sketch, 6:374): writes for Davis, 92, 216; E by, 188; L to, 177-78
  • Brownsville, Texas, 414, 415
  • Bryan, Goode, 381
  • Bryan, Guy M. (sketch, 95): L from, 93-94
  • Bryant, William J. (sketch, 1:59): Davis on, 184
  • Bryson, Goldman, 361
  • Buchanan, Franklin (sketch, 8:592), 304, 350, 418
  • Buck, Samuel H. (sketch, 278), 276
  • Buckner, Simon B. (sketch, 7:306): assignments, 226, 227, 367; Bragg and, 227, 243, 263, 265, 272, 367; cavalry, 34, 35; Chickamauga, 405; criticized, 368; E. Tenn. operations, 243, 245, 247, 359, 361, 362, 366, 375, 383, 409; at Mobile, 116; on Ky. campaign, 154; praised, 120, 405; recommended, 413; troop strength, 116, 335, 386; Ls to, 130, 227; Ls from, 130, 265, 319; mentioned, 100, 219, 293, 306, 403
  • Buena Vista, Battle of, 249, 302
  • Bulloch, James D. (sketch, 8:110), 330
  • Bunch, Robert, 48
  • Burnside, Ambrose E. (sketch, 8:6): army organization, 81-82; assignments, 24, 82, 116, 125; Ky. operations, 122, 126, 243; reinforcements to Grant, 219, 245; Tenn. operations, 245, 366, 369, 384, 385, 396, 401, 403, 409, 411, (Davis), 373, 375, 380, 390-91; troop strength, 24, 373, 375, 409; Va. operations, 23-24, 35-36, 79-80
  • Burr, Alfred E.: L to, 418
  • Bushby, William: L from, 65
  • Butler, Benjamin F. (sketch, 8:216): Bragg on, 27, 29; Davis on, 13, 21; New Orleans defenses, 68; relieved, 172
  • Butler, Matthew C., 317
  • Byrd, William M.: L from, 397 
 

C

  • Cabell, William L. (sketch, 133), 126, 131
  • Cairo, USS, 187, 288, 312
  • Campbell, Alexander, 280
  • Campbell, J. O.: L to, 151
  • Campbell, Jim (slave), 198
  • Campbell, John A. (sketch, 7:90): L from, 97; mentioned, 98, 111
  • Camp Chase, Ohio, 107
  • Camp Nelson, Ky., 367
  • Candy, Charles, 81
  • Cannon, Eliza C. (sketch, 4:83): L to, 286-87
  • Cannon, Thomas E. (ident., 287)
  • Cannon, William R. (sketch, 4:57), 287
  • Cape Fear River defenses, 400
  • Caperton, Allen T., 91
  • Capitol (river steamer), 62
  • Carlisle, Pa., 260
  • Caroline (slave), 228
  • Caroline Goodyear (schooner), 372
  • Carter, Aleck (slave) (ident., 7:4), 228
  • Carter, James E. (sketch, 400), 398
  • Carter, Samuel Powhatan, 3, 17
  • Carter's Depot, Tenn., 410
  • Cartwright, Samuel A. (sketch, 4:23): death of, 169; L to, 18; L from, 41
  • Carvajal, Jose M., 346
  • Catalpa plantation, 242
  • Catherine (servant) (ident., 8:175), 116
  • cavalry: Army of N. Va., 63, 73, 79-80, 84, 85, 126, 147, 150, 154-55, 159, 160, 169- 70, 200, 204-5, 218, 230-31, 232, 248, 252, 254, 260, 263, 268, 289, 306, 307, 316-17, 384, 385; Army of Tenn., 3, 6, 27, 28, 30, 35, 37, 59, 87, 104, 113, 130, 137, 141, 169, 180, 249, 265, 273, 275, 326, 366, 383, 405; E. Tenn., 398, 401, 403, 410, 411; horse supply, 89, 143, 158, 179, 230, 308, 320, 349, 352, 359, 360, 371, 379, 380-81, 384, 411; Ky. raid, 53, 113, 116, 138; Lee on organization, 316-17; Miss., 4, 33-34, 59, 121, 138, 159, 161, 164, 174, 236, 286, 292, 298, 312, 321, 326, 384; Morgan's raid, 275; raising units, 369-70, in Ala., 20, Ga., 23, 191, 212, 411, Miss., 321, 379, 380-81, N.C., 320, Tenn., 280, 349; strength of Ark. units, 112, 245, in Army of N. Va., 150, 384, Army of Tenn., 141, 161, at Charleston, 360, in E. Tenn., 411, in Ky. raid, 138, Miss., 161, 249, at Vicksburg, 188; Stones River, 3, 28; Texas, 51; Trans-Miss., 131, 221, 279; U.S., 16, 27, 32, 39, 45, 81, 126, 147, 150, 155, 156-57, 159, 160, 162, 166-67, 168, 170, 179, 196, 197, 209, 234, 245, 248, 251, 254, 263, 268, 280, 295, 302, 324, 346, 369, 375, 380, 384, 385, 397, 410; Vicksburg, 99, 158, 160, 161, 162, 163, 166, 168, 181, 183, 186, 188, 190, 265; Wilmington, 308, 357
  • censorship, 30, 146, (U.S.), 23
  • Chalmers, James R.: L from, 95; mentioned, 181, 196
  • Chambers, Thomas J. (sketch, 95), 93
  • Chambersburg, Pa., 260
  • Chambliss, John R. (sketch, 8:369): Ls from, 41-42, 52; mentioned, 136
  • Champion Hill, Miss., Battle of: artillery lost, 186; Davis on, 334; Pemberton on, 185; mentioned, x, 189, 198
  • Chancellorsville, Va., Battle of: Davis on, 165, 167; Lee on, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 169-70, 171; mentioned, x, 197, 256, 261
  • Chandler, William T., 211
  • Charles/y (slave) (ident., 345), 344
  • Charleston, CSS, 311, 315, 321
  • Charleston, S.C.: artillery, 90, 285, 289, 294, 296, 305, 308, 310, 311, 315, 316, 321, 348, 349, 355; attacked, x, xi, xii, 134, 140, 141, 157, 271, 272, 283, 295; blockade, 113, 178, 284, 320, 383; conditions, 91, 283-84, 320; defenses, 53, 54, 62, 64, 70, 71, 124-25, 139, 140, 141, 180, 181, 283-84, 285, 304, 311, 348, (Beauregard), 51, 240, 272, 356, 369, (Davis), 50, 66, 90, 130, 139, 247, 270, 271, 294, 295, 297, 307, 308, 318, 321, 356, 357, 361, 369, 379, 381, 383, 399, (Lee), 24, 52, 80, 155, 243-44, 352, 380, 382; telegraph cable, 159; Ls from citizens, 181, mayor, 180
  • Charleston Mercury: on Lee, 316, 328; "Vindicus" article, 306, 312, 313
  • Charlton, Sam (slave) (ident., 6:137), 344
  • Chattanooga, Tenn.: Bragg retreats to, 273, 274; camp at, 351; defenses, 352, (Davis), 350; evacuated, 368, 390; hospitals, 35; U.S. operations, 407, 410, (Davis), 391
  • Chattanooga Rebel, 29, 33
  • Chaves, Jose Maria, 205
  • Cheatham, Benjamin F. (sketch, 7:249), 31, 49, 50, 120
  • Cherokee: CSA and, 71, 233; L from officials, 233
  • Chesnut, James (sketch, 7:386): inspection tours, 90, 112, 124-25, 177, 336, 357, 362; resigns, 338; Ls to, 90, 336, 353, 357, 362; Ls from, 62, 112, 124-25, 338, 352
  • Chesnut, Mary B., 171, 264
  • Chickamauga, Ga., Battle of: Bragg on, 392, 398, 404-6; casualties, 398, 402, 414; troop strength, 387; mentioned, xii, 403
  • Chickasaw: troops, 186; L from officers, 239
  • Chickasaw Bayou, Miss.: Battle of, 9, 19; U.S. operations, 165
  • Chickasaw County, Miss.: L from planters, 98-99
  • Childers, John L.: L from, 212
  • Chilton, Robert H. (sketch, 2:687), 40
  • Chilton, William P.: L to, 380; L from, 377
  • Choctaw: troops, 186; L from officers, 239
  • Choctaw Bluff, Ala., defenses, 74
  • Choctaw County, Ala., 315, 325, 344
  • Christian, S. W.: L from, 177
  • Clancy, John M.: L from, 408-9
  • Clanton, James H., 20
  • Clapp, Jeremiah W.: Ls from, 117, 196
  • Clark, Charles, 175
  • Clay, Clement C. (sketch, 6:174): Davis and, 52, 122, 176, 196, 296; praised, 214; Ls to, 96, 231, 321; Ls from, 38, 122; mentioned, 246
  • Clay, Henry (sketch, 2:135), 362
  • Clay, Hugh L.: Davis and, 122
  • Clay-Clopton, Virginia T. (sketch, 6:253): Ls to, 162, 176-77
  • Clayton, George R. (sketch, 3:393): L from, 159
  • Cleburne, Patrick R. (sketch, 407), 31, 340, 405
  • Clingman, Thomas L. (sketch, 7:429): Charleston, 64, 272, 308, 383; N.C., 247
  • Clough, Cornelia J.: L from, 179
  • Clough, John T., 179
  • Cluke, Roy S., 113
  • Coates, W. B., 217
  • Cobb, Howell (sketch, 3:394): assignments, 3, 360, 373, (Davis), 377, 383; Fla. and Ga. commander, 353, 360, 373, 395, 404, 411; on exemptions, 180; praised, 407; promoted, 395; E by, 394; L from, 180; mentioned, 394
  • Cobb, Mary A.: L from, 374
  • Cochran, S. G.: L from, 359
  • Coghlan, Patrick G.: L from, 414; mentioned, 416
  • Coldwater River, Miss., 96
  • Cole, Charles H., 184
  • Coleman, Lucy G. (sketch, 8:183), 320
  • Collier, Robert R.: L from, 27
  • Colquitt, Alfred H. (sketch, 249): Charleston, 272, 310, 321, 357; N.C., 247, 308; Richmond defenses, 255; troop strength, 250, 360
  • Colston, Raleigh E., 198, 204
  • Columbiads, 101, 148, 285, 310, 360
  • Columbus, Ky., Bank of, 100
  • Columbus, Miss.: L from officials, 159; mentioned, 173, 326
  • Commissary Department: and conscription, 309; criticized, 184, 376, 408; Davis on, 184-85, 308; employees, 309, 393; funds, 19, 91; impressment of flour, 91; prices, 353-54; rations, 34; Trans-Miss., 222. See also Northrop, Lucius B.
  • Compromise of 1850: Davis and, 362
  • Conestoga, USS, 77
  • Confederate States: abuses by officials, 102, 182, 183, 184; agents abroad, 256-57, 329- 30, 395; aliens, 139, 145, 146, 165; cabinet criticized, 393; citizen support, 69, 181; clerks' pay, 404; cotton policies, vi-vii, 98, 99, 113, 136, 141, 143-44, 161, 282, 284, 320-21, 339; Davis' address to, 136; debt, 41, 91, 279; education, 368-69, (Davis), 404; finances, viii, 18, 53, 121, 136, 153, 329-30, 370, 395; food riots, viii, 124, 144; impressment policies, vii, 341; morale, vi, xiii, 288, 305, 315, 321, 326, 339, 356, 374, (Davis), 21, 174, 308, 337, 358, 395; peace efforts, 211, 213, 215, 243, 253, 292, 335-36, 351, 388; price-fixing, 36, 355, 389; prices, 22, 42, 46, 91, 92, 98, 113, 124, 125, 136, 142, 160, 179, 196-97, 232-33, 253, 275, 353, 355, 361, 364, 376; railroads, 21, 105, 113, 114, 286, 293, 303, 321; recognition, viii, xiii, 256-57, 284, 321, 330, (Davis), 21, 228; relations with Belgium, 257, France, 21, 71, 101, 124, 140, 256-57, Great Britain, 102, 124, Indians, 71, 78, 103, 131, 183-84, 207, 233, 347, (Davis), 21, Ireland, 348, Mexico, 71, 103, 211, N.M., 113, 205, 211, Northwest, 12, 147, 276, Russia, 102, 147, 258; secret plots against, 74, 186, 199; spies, 24, 141, 156, 211, 219, 259, 285-86; taxes, vii, 16, 78, 91, 114, 183, 184, 222, 232, 324, 353, 380, 397, (Davis), 21, 96; telegraph, 30, 72, 122, 159; trade policies, 144, 177-78, 239, 253, 339, 414. See also Davis, Jefferson--president
  • Congress: adjourns, 167; army bills, 212, 270, (Davis), 280, 290, 294, 350; black troops, 304, 341; Bragg and, 29, 60; criticized, 32, 380; Davis and, 96, 115, 140, 290; Davis' message, 21; elections, viii, 292; exemptions, vii, 65, 103, 180, 188-89, 290, 352-53, 354, 363, 378; food supply, 136; generals' assignments, 366; habeas corpus, 43, 75, 182; impressment, vii, 341; Mo. policy, 77; opposition to Davis, 27, 292, 365-66; prisoners, 108; prizes for vessels, 312; publication of acts, 3; railroad bill, 140; secret sessions, 53, 153; shipbuilding, 214; special session, 290; support for Davis, 292; tax legislation, vii, 96; telegraph control, 33; trade policies, 146, 179, 239, 253, 339; Trans-Miss. and, 46; Wheeler and, 38; Ls to, 18, 21, 51, 53, 66, 70, 89, 91, 96, 103, 139, 153, 154, 159, 418. See also House of Representatives; Senate
  • Conrad, Charles M. (sketch, 4:153), 136
  • conscription: age limit, 183; Ala., 20, 60, 183, 206, 252, 273, 368, 414; aliens and, 146; amnesty, 306, 307, 326, 347, 349, (Davis), 317, (Lee), 306, 326; Ark., 38, 58; attorney general on, 89-90; blacks, 293, 304, 313, 339; Commissary Dept., 309; criticized, vii, 102, 252, 333, 347, 353, 354, 393; Davis on, vii, 3, 21, 193, 282-83, 286, 297, 342, 363, 394, 408; E. Tenn., 62, 102, 176; enforcement, 187, 315; exemptions, 22, 52, 306, 335, 353, criticized, 319, 353, 378, 393, for farmers, 91-92, 96, laborers, 53, 182, overseers, 65, 105, 180, 182-83, 188, 363, public service, 98, 103, 121, 255, religion, 98, 199, slave control, 384, students, 26, (Davis), 21; Fla., 65, 92, 180, 188-89, 320, 347, 363, 416; Ga., 65, 180, 182, 273, 368; Ky., 151; Miss., 6, 10, 126, 273, 275, 293, 339, 341-42, 350, 354, 355, 361-62, 365, 368, 378, 379, 384, 396, 397, (Davis), 181, 290-91, 322, 359, 384; Mo., 46, 104, 276; N.C., 121, 182, 269-70, 298, (Davis), 8, 187, 193, 255, 280, 359; Post Office Dept., 23; Quartermaster's Dept., 309; Seddon on, 6-7, 189; S.C., 52, 53, 125, 286, 297, 394; support for, 370-71; Tenn., 27, 33, 60, 89-90, 199, 273, 276, 335; Texas, 22, 94, 275; Trans-Miss., 222; U.S., 79, 389, 396; Va., 88, 398
  • Conscription Bureau: Davis on, 307, 363; organized, 96
  • Constitution: Davis and, 140, 154; Milton on, 143
  • Cooke, John R. (sketch, 193): assignments (Davis), 139, 192, 198, 201, 212, 247-48, 398, (Lee), 191, 204, 208, 212, 394, 396, 410
  • Cooke, Philip St. George (sketch, 1:284), 193
  • Cooper, Douglas H. (sketch, 3:31): praised, 347; recommended, 47, 184, 207, 233, 239; L from, 89
  • Cooper, Fleet T.: L from, 176
  • Cooper, Frances C.: L from, 89
  • Cooper, Samuel (sketch, 1:108): Davis and, 112, 249; described, 118; enrollment orders, 309; Gettysburg, 247, 251; health, 129; Johnston and, 87; on furloughs, 310, Lee's generals, 129, officers' rank, 225, Tenn. regiments, 359, 368, Trans-Miss., 22, 36; promoted, 71; reinforcements for Lee, 201; troop transfers, 310; Es to, 73, 130, 188, 196, 211, 212, 214, 215, 312, 316, 336, 356, 383, 408; Es by, 38, 323, 336, 359; Ls from, 129, 141, 368; mentioned, 33, 314, 319, 362, 408. See also Adjutant and Inspector General's Office
  • Corinth, Miss., 137
  • Corse, Montgomery D. (sketch, 250): assignments, 212, 248, 415, (Davis), 383, 393- 94, 398, 411
  • Cosby, George B., 33, 35, 306
  • cotton: Ala., 206, 320-21, 393; Ark., 320-21; burned, 111, 173, 411; CSA and, vi-vii, 35, 98, 99, 113, 136, 141, 143-44, 161, 177-78, 282, 284, 320-21, 339; cotton cards, 46; "cottonclads," 64, 68; Fla., 130, 142-43; Ga., 184; La., 35, 98, 173, 242, 282, 320-21, 411; Miss., 165, 200, 282, 306-7, 320-21, 411; prices, 22, 113, 130, 136, 142, 160, 275; production restrictions, vi, 41, 97, 136, 142, 348; S.C., 283; Texas, 15-16, 95, 149, 211, 360; trade with Europe, 18-19, 136, 143-44, 150, 161, 329-30, 370, 393, India, 112, Mexico, 149, 173, 253, U.S., 160, 165, 329, 339, 402; Trans-Miss., 22, 34, 149, 275, 288, 382
  • Couch, Darius N., 81
  • Cowlane, Charles, 361
  • Cox, Jacob D. (sketch, 8:356), 87, 116
  • Cox, Owen B. (sketch, 4:293): and Davis' property, 27, 64, 298-301, 344, 349, 374, 393, 395, 396; J. E. Davis and, 242, 301, 344, 349, 377
  • Creek: Ls from officials, 183-84, 347
  • Crockett, G. H.: L from, 355
  • Cromwell, Wareham, 113
  • Crook, George, 84
  • Crowley, J. M., 369
  • Crump, John S.: L from, 184-85
  • Crutchfield House, 35
  • Cuba, 83, 99, 373, 393, 414
  • Culpeper, Va.: advance on, 237, 243; Lee at, 319; skirmish, 384; U.S. troops at, 393- 94, 416
  • Cumberland Gap, Tenn.: Davis on surrender, 383, 390, 403; defenses, 151, 374, 375, 380; U.S. and, 393, 396; mentioned, 410
  • Cumberland River, Tenn., 37-38
  • Cumming, Alfred (sketch, 5:102), 130, 307
  • Cummings, James F., 353
  • Curry, J. L. M. (sketch, 6:254), 292, 333
  • Curtin, Andrew G., 245
  • Cutts, Allen S., 149
 

D

  • Dahlgren, John A., 238, 247
  • Dahlgren, Ulric, 247
  • Dancy, Francis L.: L to, 34
  • Daniel, Junius (sketch, 8:369), 198, 199, 203, 410
  • Danville, Va., railroad, 397, 399
  • Dargan, Edmund S.: on Pemberton, 353; L to, 380; Ls from, 335-36, 377, 408, 414
  • Davenport, Stephen, 339
  • Davidson, Allen T.: L from, 298
  • Davidson, Thomas G.: L from, 252
  • Davies, Sydney H.: L from, 409
  • Davis, Alfred W. G. (sketch, 8:122): Ls from, 91, 319
  • Davis, Edmund J., 16
  • Davis, Eliza Van Benthuysen (sister-in-law) (sketches, 1:272, 2:122): Davis and, 167, 200; death, 379; health, 41, 102, 169, 180, 217, 228, 241, 323, 344, 354, 377, 393, 395; on Davis' property, 198, 314; Ls from, 135, 198; mentioned, 206, 216, 242
  • Davis, Hugh Robert (nephew) (sketch, 1:275): L to, 72; Ls from, 54-55, 58, 320; mentioned, 72, 324

 Davis, Jefferson

  • --education: USMA, 26, 323
  • --family: CSA service, 218, 235, 263, 354, 393; deaths of E. V. Davis, 378-79, W. B. Howell, 127, I. D. Stamps, 235, 346; A. M. Farrar, 231-32; gift to son, 303; horses for children, 74; Howell family, 115-16, 127; invited to Richmond, 200, 216-17; nephews' letters, 54-55, 58, 74, 206-7, 320, 346-47, 365, 393, 402; nieces, 233, 346, 418; plantations raided, 233, 241; Raleigh visit (1862), 7. See also Davis, Eliza Van Benthuysen; Davis, Hugh Robert; Davis, Joseph Emory; Davis, Joseph Robert; Davis, Varina Howell
  • --Mexican War: associates, 38, 154, 184; Buena Vista, 249, 302; wounded, 417
  • --opinions: amnesty, 62-63, 307; R. N. Anderson, 355; S. R. Anderson, 38; appointments, 8, 55-56, 195, 403; army in West, 3, 8, 404; Army of N. Va., 399; Army of Tenn., 8, 66; W. Barksdale, 262, 303-4; J. R. Baylor, 117; Beauregard, 419; blacks in army, xii, 315, 340, as prisoners, 153, 355; blockade, 21; Bragg, v, ix, 36, 51, 59, 66, 86, 188, 192, 336; Butler, 13; cattle agents, 184-85; citizens' aid, 181; cotton destruction, 282; criticism, 90, 309, 334, 337; Cumberland Gap surrender, 390, 403; deserters, 117; J. Desha, 215; disaffection, 309, 375; education, 151, 404; emancipation, 21; exemptions, 290; W. S. Featherston, 298; Forrest, 348-49, 403; Fredericksburg, 12; G. A. Gardiner, 417; I. W. Garrott, 124; generalship, 167, 229, 336, 337, (U.S.), 172; Gettysburg, 259, 261-62; R. O. Greenhow, 191; guarding resources, 126, 276- 77, 308; habeas corpus, 43; Holmes, 75, 277, 281; impressment, 21, 275; T. J. Jackson, 55-56, 164, 179-80; M. Jenkins, 250; T. J. Johnson, 417; A. S. Johnston, 337, 417; J. E. Johnston, v, 167, 203, 281-82, 292, 295, 308, 311, 316, 374; Johnston's command, ix, 18, 36, 67, 218-19, 226; W. E. Jones, 158; G. W. Lee, 109, 126; R. E. Lee, 12, 329, 334, 337-38, 375, 399, at Gettysburg, 259, 261, 262, 311; S. D. Lee, 199; Longstreet, 55-56, 262, 329; loss of property, 277, 303; J. H. Maddox, 219; Magruder, 46; Me. citizens, 228-29; martial law, 43; D. H. Maury, 5; Meade, 386; Medical Dept., 71; militia, 117, 187, 206, 394; R. H. Milroy, 36; Mo. troops, 293; nominations for valor, 112; officers' appointments, 55-56, 58, 149; partisan warfare, 110; patronage, 195, 231; Pemberton, vi, 123, 174, 203, 334, 335; W. D. Pender, 157; politics, 281; Port Hudson, 291; press, 248, 334, 337, 351; S. Price, 77; price controls, 42, 389-90; public opinion, 276-77, 287, 288, 334, 337, 358, 395; purveyor's office, 92; railroads, 167, 308; recognition, 228; recruiting in Mexico, 346; retaliation, 229, 364; T. C. Reynolds, 103; Richmond home guard, 230; river defenses, 76, 151; secrecy, 391; Sherman, 6; slavery, 21; E. K. Smith, 34, 277, 281, 311, 361; G. W. Smith, 55-56, 72-73; speculation, 42-43, 136, 184, 395; state rights, 161, 418; Stones River, 12; strategy at Gettysburg, 259, 261, 262, in Miss. (after Vicksburg), 269, 271, 287, 291, 357-58, N.C., 37, 52, 85, 198, 247-49, 383, Tenn., 26, 30, 101, 106, 116, 129, 130, 226, 231, 240, 282, 336, 350, 362, 366-67, 369, 375, 380, 383, 390-92, 394, 397-99, 401, 402, 410-11, 415, Trans-Miss., 18, 43, 75-76, 159, 171-72, 174, 239-40, 276, 279-80, 281, 309, at Vicksburg, 43, 46, 47, 67, 96, 150-51, 168-69, 183, 186, 187, 189, 197, 200, 202-3, 205, 282, 291, 357-58, in Va., 36-37, 167, 200-201, 230, 247-48, 318, 391-92, 398-99; substitutes, 290; R. Taylor, 270; Toombs, 401; torpedoes, 205; trade, 402; U.S. atrocities, 12-13, 183, 229, 232, 277, strategy, 43, 52, 63, 67-68, 116, 122, 160, 166-67, 171-72, 183, 192, 199, 203, 247- 49, 287-88, 295, 306, 308-9, 318, 366-67, 369, 389, 390-91, 398-99; USMA graduates, 401; Van Dorn, 148; Vicksburg surrender, 264, 269, 270, 276, 281, 287, 290-91, 308, 311, 357-58; T. H. Watts, 395; J. Wheeler, 30; Yancey, 196, 231; D. W. Yandell, 353
  • --personal: arms expertise, 105; attends funerals, xli, xlii, xliii, 164, weddings, xlii, xliii; condolence letter, 303-4; described, 7, 164, 195-96, 228, 259; finances, 99, 204, 418; gifts to, 150, 151, 162, 286-87, 342-43, 348, 418; health, xli, xlii, xliii, 7, 16, 71, 78, 134, 140, 141, 154, 162, 170, 217, 228, 250, 289, 418, (Davis), 3, 96, 167, 185, 192, 214; historical allusion, 202; literary allusions, 291, 304, 308; morale, 9, 16, 122, 134, 164, 167, 192, 259, 276, 281, 287, 291, 395; portrait, xliii; property pillaged, 198, 298-301, 349, 377, 381-82, 393, 395; provenance of correspondence, 121, 162, 298-300, 328, 344, 374, 396; recommendations (civilian), 39, 73, 98, 101, 103, 263, 417, (military), 70, 84, 85, 99, 153, 159, 169, 184, 236, 316, 342, 346, 417; religion, 15, 276-77, 286-87, 303, 338; social life, xli, xlii, xliii, 13, 122; writing desks, 303, 377, 393
  • --planter: cotton and stock, 64, 111; finances, 27, 39-40, 164; Hinds County land, xi, 18, 39-40, 64, 135, 198, 205, 206-7, 216-17, 242, 298-301, 344, 346, 393. See also Brierfield; Davis, Jefferson--servants and slaves
  • --politics (prewar): gubernatorial campaign, 322; House of Representatives, 64, 417; Senate, 216, 362, 418
  • --postwar career: Miss. Valley Assn., 332
  • --president: abuses by CSA officials, 51, 102, 184-85; accepts troops, 255, 270; aides as inspectors, 37, 53-54, 90, 98, 118, 129, 130, 177-78, 336, 366-67, resign, 41, 338; amnesty, 317, 326, 349; appointment policies, 8, 101, 136, 149, 158, 195, 231, 350, 376-77, 389, 401, 403; appointments (aides), 41, 95, (cabinet), 26, (civilian), 55, 195, 231, (generals), 56, 71, 89, 90, 94, 103, 158, 186, 196, 199, 214, 215, 271, 350, 365, 376-77, 403, (military), 58, 61, 64, 88, 163, 401, 403; authorizes funds, 26, 158, 369, 375, 396, 397, 414, 415, 416; black prisoners, 153, 355; bread riot, 126, 146; Cairo claim, 187; captured dispatches, 247, 267; cavalry use, 366; clemency and pardons, 26, 38, 46, 47, 97, 114, 150, 180, 184, 212, 214, 225, 246, 264, 275, 320, 355, 361, 408, 411; CSA bonds, 279; confers with Ark. congressmen, 46, 47, 100, 115, Benjamin, xlii, 148, T. P. A. Bibb, 404, Bragg (1862), 273, G. M. Bryan, 95, J. R. Davis, 295, R. Davis, 121, S. G. French, xlii, C. F. Girard, xliii, Gorgas, xlii, 277, 292, 390, D. Green, 98, R. O. Greenhow, xliii, S. Hart, 402, D. H. Hill, xliii, G. B. Hodge, 151, R. F. Hunt, xlii, R. W. Johnson, 48, 108, 413, J. E. Johnston, 19, R. E. Lee, v, 25, 84, 171, 362, 373, 375, Longstreet, xlii, 391, Mallory, 148, 396, W. P. Miles, 285, Miss. citizens, 173, C. B. Mitchel, 413, F. Mohl, 153, Polk (1862), 50, S. Price, 77, T. C. Reynolds, 77, F. Ross, xliii, A. R. Sanders, xlii, T. J. Semmes, 419, F. B. Sexton, xli, E. S. Shorter, xli, G. W. Smith, 56, E. Sparrow, 419, Stephens, xlii, 254, Vance, 351, D. Walker, 108, J. H. Wheeler, xlii, xliii, Wigfall, xli; congressional relations, 96, 140, 292; criticized, viii, 102, 104, 145, 187, 195, for appointments, 94, 214, 231, 336, 342, 343, 356, 366, 380, 401; deserters, 341, 349, 401-2; expels consuls, 206, 258; flight from Richmond, 379; foreign contracts, 395, loans, 329-30; generals' discretion, v, 43, 69, 282, 289, 311, 333, 336, 361, 375, leaves of absence, 56; and governors, 311; habeas corpus, 38, 43, 47, 75, 115; impressment, 21, 53, 275, 411; interviewed, 228-29; letters of marque, 350; mail to, 253, 395; martial law, 43, 47, 64, 100; message to Congress, 21; military courts, 53; military district in Va., 69; militia use, 117, 126, 174-75, 187, 206, 366; nominations for valor, 112; partisan warfare, 110; patronage, 231, 246; peace prospects, 244-45; praised, 16, 22, 41, 122, 253, 283, 327, 356; prisoners of war, 254, 355, 364; proclaims amnesty, 317, days of fasting and prayer, 85, 305; railroad control, 21, 113, property, 289, 297; reprimands Bragg, 298, 415, Johnston, 353, Memminger, 323, Seddon, 63; retaliation, 181, 183, 229, 254, 335, 364; salary, 212; schedule, 96, 115, 167, 250, 362; secret service funds, 158; speaks at Atlanta, 3, 7, Augusta, xli, Manassas (1861), 283, Petersburg, 9, 10, Raleigh, 7-8, Richmond, 11-15, 146; support for, 122, 150, 229, 321, 342, 346, 365; telegraph system, 72; trade policies, 26, 35, 177-78, 239, 402; vetoes, 120, 161; VMI cadets, 216; visits Army of Tenn. (Oct. 1863), 367, 398, 407, Miss. (1862), 19, 40, 148, Murfreesboro (1862), 31, 89, 90; war goals, 402. See also Confederate States; Davis, Jefferson--opinions
  • --relations with: Ark. congressmen, 100, 104, 115; R. W. Barnwell, 305; Beauregard, 175, 310; M. L. Bonham, 283; Bragg, xii, 28, 226; W. L. Brandon, 325; J. E. Brown, 102, 126, 185, 383, 407; Buckner, 227; C. C. Clay, 122, 196, 231, 321; H. L. Clay, 122; V. T. Clay, 162, 177; Congress, 115, 290, 296; E. S. Dargan, 408; J. E. Davis, 167, 200; R. Davis, 292; J. Duncan, 374; Early, 209; E. G. Eggeling, 108; S. G. French, xlii, 9; R. O. Greenhow, 320; W. Hampton, 321; J. Handy, 40; W. P. Harris, 64; D. H. Hill, 407; H. W. Hilliard, 64; Hood, 209; J. M. Howry, 358; R. W. Johnson, 172; A. S. Johnston, 58; J. E. Johnston, 128, 264, 282, 287, 296, 314, 326; G. W. Jones, 336; R. C. Jones, 55; R. E. Lee, xi, xii, 53, 96, 122, 166, 170, 179, 199, 201, 202, 215, 259, 308, 318, 327, 338, 352-53, 381, 387, 391; J. H. Maddox, 219, 362; H. Marshall, 97; W. Norris, 156; Pemberton, 314; J. Perkins, 379; Pettus, 64; Polk, 407; R. A. Pryor, 102, 282; R. Ransom, 157; G. N. Sanders, 214, 417; E. K. Smith, 311; G. W. Smith, 58, 72-73; I. D. Stamps, 346; M. H. Stamps, 346; G. Tochman, 397; N. B. Tucker, 282; Vance, 288, 306, 312; J. C. Vaughn, 359; J. H. Wheeler, xliii; Wigfall, 418; J. T. Wood, 354; Yancey, 166, 195, 214, 231, 246. See also Davis, Jefferson--opinions
  • --secretary of war: forgery case, 418; USMA and, 417
  • --servants and slaves: Bets(e)y, 198, 234; at Brierfield, 111, 135, 198, 207, 217, 227, 233, 241, 377; J. Campbell, 198; Caroline, 228; A. Carter, 228; Catherine, 116; Charles/y, 345; S. Charlton, 344; clothing, 40; Davis on, 345; disloyalty, xi, 354, 377; Eliza, 234; J. Green, 344, 354; Hagar, 198; health, 188, 198, 354; in Hinds County, 205, 207, 216, 344, 346; hired out, 228; Ishmael, 234, 346; F. McKinney, 344; Melissa, 198, 234; Ned, 198, 234, 346; B. Nick, 235; on Davis, 198, 200, 207; purchase of, 121, 345; Reuben, 228; Rinah, 234; Robert, 344, 345; C. Solomon, 345; C. Ward, 345; B. Young, 235, 377
  • Davis, Jefferson, Jr. (son) (sketch, 6:110), 74, 121
  • Davis, Jonathan: L to, 96; L from, 114
  • Davis, Joseph Emory (brother) (sketch, 1:19): and Davis' business affairs, 27, 40, 64, 135, 216, 227-28, 234, 241, 344, personal property, 298-99, 303, 314, 349, 377, 393, 395, 396; described, 207; finances, 64, 102, 135, 393; Fleetwood, 102, 135, 198, 206-7, 216-17, 242, 344, 346, 393; health, 41, 323, 395; invited to Richmond, 200, 216-17; on conscription, 354, 378, 393, disaffection, 354, J. E. Johnston, 228, 378, 393, ministers, 241, 378, 393, newspapers, 393, 395, overseers, 135, 198, Pemberton, 205, 228, 378, J. Perkins, 377-78, slaves and enemy, 217, Vicksburg, 180, 216-17, 227, 233, 235, 239, 240-41; property pillaged, 298-99, 302, 303; as refugee, xi, 233-34, 242, 301, 314, 323, 344-45, 354, 377, 393; requests favor, 117; slaves, xi, 64, 111, 134-35, 180, 198, 205, 216-17, 228, 233-34, 241, 344, 354, 377, 393, 395; visits Johnston, 214, Pemberton, 134, 314; Ls to, 166-67, 200; Ls from, 64, 102, 117, 134-35, 180, 205, 216-18, 227-28, 233-34, 235, 239, 240-41, 344-45, 354, 377-78, 393, 395, cited, 228, 303, 345; mentioned, 417. See also Hurricane plantation
  • Davis, Joseph Robert (nephew) (sketch, 6:265): assignments, 74, 162, 194, 204, 296, 313, 352, 365, (Davis), 163, 196, 207, 248; and Davis' business affairs, 18, 39, 200, 217, 227; health, 295; on Falling Waters, 365, Gettysburg, 295, Heth, 296, Pryor, 74; resigns as aide, 41; Ls from, 74, 365, 402
  • Davis, Margaret Howell. See Hayes, Margaret Davis
  • Davis, Mary H. (ident., 292), 291
  • Davis, Reuben (sketch, 3:194): Davis and, 121, 292; Ls to, 163, 290-91; Ls from, 120- 21, 159, 162, 269, 319, cited, 293
  • Davis, Samuel Emory (father) (sketch, 1:8), 3
  • Davis, Samuel Emory (son) (ident., 5:11), 301, 393, 395
  • Davis, Sarah Taylor (wife) (sketch, 1:347), 299
  • Davis, Varina Howell (wife) (sketch, 2:53): death of father, 115-16, 127; in Montgomery, 115, 121, 127, 129, N.Y., 278; on Davis, 122, 250, 259, Fredericksburg, 9, Jackson's death, 164, L. M. Johnston, 127-28; and patronage, 99; provenance of correspondence, 299, 302, 374; Raleigh visit (1862), 7; social life, xli, xlii, xliii; and M. H. Stamps, 235, 346; writes for Davis, 162; Ls to, cited, 345; Ls from, 115-16, 121-22, 127-28, cited, 235; mentioned, 16-17, 41, 65, 74, 135, 184, 207, 305, 312, 319, 365, 370, 393, 395, 402
  • Davis, William G. M.: report by, 141; L to, 275
  • Davis, William Howell (son) (sketch, 8:182), 127, 303, 402
  • Davis Bend, Miss.: evacuated, 64; Indianola at, 69, 345; plundered, 111, 198; slaves organized, 345. See also Brierfield; Hurricane plantation
  • De Bow, James D. B. (sketch, 8:218), 98
  • De Courcy, John F., 20
  • De Jarnett, Daniel C.: L from, 41
  • Delafield, John: L from, 62
  • De Leon, Edwin (sketch, 6:27): Ls from, 177, 321
  • Democratic Party, 220, 292
  • Demopolis, Ala., camp, 283, 351, 380
  • Dennis (slave), 344
  • Department No. 2, ix, 119
  • Department of the East (U.S.), 297
  • Department of East Tennessee. See Bragg, Braxton; Buckner, Simon B.
  • Department of Florida (U.S.), 84
  • Department of the Gulf (U.S.), 172, 210
  • Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. See Johnston, Joseph E.; Pemberton, John C.
  • Department of North Carolina (U.S.), 84, 297
  • Department of the Ohio (U.S.), 82, 84, 125
  • Department of the South (U.S.), 84
  • Department of South Carolina and Georgia. See Beauregard, P. G. T.
  • Department of Tennessee. See Bragg, Braxton
  • Department of Virginia (U.S.), 297
  • Department of Virginia and North Carolina. See Hill, Daniel H.; Longstreet, James
  • Department of Washington (U.S.), 245
  • Department of the West. See Johnston, Joseph E.
  • Desha, Joseph, 215
  • Deshler, James, 159, 403
  • De Soto Point, La., 61
  • Devereux, Thomas P.: L to, 58
  • Dickson, Christopher R. (sketch, 7:54), 233, 241
  • Dillon, Edward, 148
  • disaffection: Ala., 29, 128, 183, 315, 353, 371; Ark., 42, 58, 77, 91, 131, 132, 221, 229, 239; Davis on, 309, 375; E. Tenn., 29, 52, 54, 62-63, 104, 298, 359, 373, 375, 376, (Davis), 389, 390, 411; food riots, viii, 126, 146; Ga., 23, 65, 126, 355, 361, 374, 380, 382, (Davis), 389; N.C., 179, 182, 269-70, 298, 304, 306, (Davis), 304, 351, 376, 388, 390; S.C., 389; Texas, 46, 93-94; Trans-Miss., 279, 281, (Davis), 309; Va., 48. See also reconstruction (reunion)
  • Dix, John A. (sketch, 3:372): operations, 245, 250, 266, 268, 295; staff, 108
  • Dobbin, James C. (sketch, 2:570), 281
  • Dockery, Thomas P., 333
  • Donaldsonville, La., Battle of, 315
  • Donelson, Daniel S. (sketch, 7:248): assignments, 87, 116; health, 138; operations, 97; L from, 71
  • Donnell, Levi: L from, 159
  • Doughty, Jesse, 105
  • draft. See conscription
  • Dragon, USS, 83
  • Dranesville, Va., Battle of, 65, 415
  • Dublin, Va., 288
  • Duncan, John: L from, 374
  • Duncan, John W.: Ls from, 22, 65
  • Duncan, Lucy H., 374
  • Dunovant, John (sketch, 8:325), 85
  • Dunwody, John, 22
  • Du Pont, Samuel F. (sketch, 237), 236
  •  Durham, Henry C.: L from, 347 

E

  • Early, Jubal A. (sketch, 209): Gettysburg, 260, 267; operations, 165, 208, 219, 230, 385; mentioned, 82, 84
  • East Tennessee: commanders, ix, 87, 119, 138, 265, 370, (Davis), 226; conditions, 359, 362, 365, 368, 373; conscription, 62, 102, 176; defenses, 29, 87, 137-38, (Davis), 101, 362, 363, 366-67, 373, 375, 383-84, 398; disaffection, 29, 52, 54, 62, 104, 298, 359, 373, 375, 376, (Davis), 62-63, 389, 390, 411; habeas corpus, 176; martial law, 27, 54; operations, 265, 272-73, 365, 376, 398, 403, 409, 410, (Davis), 362, 367, 369, 375, 383-84, 398; railroads, 286, 373, 375; recruiting (Davis), 295, 367; reports on, 246, 359, 369, 370, 376; resources, 359, 361, 374; U.S. operations, 3, 361, 369, 373, 375, 376, 384, 398, 409, 410, 415. See also Tennessee
  • East Tennessee, Department of. See Bragg, Braxton; Buckner, Simon B.
  • East Tennessee & Georgia Railroad, 286, 414
  • East Tennessee & Virginia Railroad, 286, 376, 400
  • Echols, John, 288
  • Edwards, John, 46
  • Edwards, W. A., 23
  • Edwards Depot, Miss. See Champion Hill, Miss., Battle of
  • Eggeling, Edward G. (sketch, 8:183), 106
  • Eiland, Oliver G.: L from, 293
  • Eliza (slave) (ident., 235), 234, 344, 393
  • Ellis, Powhatan (sketch, 2:78), 169
  • Elzey, Arnold (sketch, 7:265): assignments, 40, 129; Lee on, 92, 165; reports by, 208, 210; Richmond defenses, 122, 129, 194, 204-5, 207, 230, 248, 259; L to, 232; mentioned, 197, 243
  • Emancipation Proclamation: Davis and, 21, 108
  • Emanuel, Morris, 364
  • Emmitsburg, Md., 270
  • Enfield rifles, 133, 141, 360, 373
  • Engineers, Bureau/Corps of: claims against, 85, 97; funds, 19, 70. See also Gilmer, Jeremy F.
  • England. See Great Britain
  • Enterprise, Miss.: L to Confederate Society, 394; mentioned, 292-93, 314, 326, 343, 393
  • Erlanger, Frederic Emile (sketch, 332), 330, 331, 332
  • Erlanger, Ludwig, 331
  • Erlanger, Marguerite S., 332
  • Erlanger, Raphael d', 331
  • Erlanger, Viktor, 331
  • Erlanger & Co.: history, 331; L from, 121
  • Erlanger loans: described, viii, 331, 332; reports on, 18, 53, 121, 136, 153, 329-30
  • Ervin, W. T., 102
  • Etowah, Ga., ironworks, 190
  • Europe: munitions purchases, 89, 331, 332, 372; recognition of CSA, xiii, 284, (Davis), 21; recruiting in, 315, 348, 409; trade with, 282, 362, (cotton), 18-19, 113, 136, 143-44, 150, 161, 329-30, 370, 393. See also France; Great Britain; Spain
  • Evans, Nathan G. (sketch, 7:428): assignments, 319, (Davis), 202, 321; Charleston, 357, 360
  • Ewell, Benjamin S.: L from, 311; mentioned, 304
  • Ewell, Leczinska B., xlii
  • Ewell, Richard S. (sketch, 7:339): Davis on, 230; Gettysburg, 245, 259; health, 129, 138; operations, 208, 219, 230, 232, 238; recommended, 138, 185, 188; staff, 83; wedding, xlii
  • Ewing, Francis M., 187, 288, 312
  • Ewing, Hugh B. (sketch, 302), 301
  • Eyre, Wilson, 312
 

F

  • Fagan, James F. (sketch, 8:365), 280
  • Falling Waters, W.Va., 267-68, 365
  • Farish, William Stamps (grandnephew) (sketch, 8:180), 200
  • Farragut, David G. (sketch, 8:582), 113
  • Farrar, Anna M.: L from, 231-32
  • Farrar, Daniel S., 231
  • Featherston, Winfield Scott (sketch, 3:275), 298
  • Ferguson, Samuel W.: Davis on, 159, 169, 236; promoted, 271; Vicksburg, 116, 181; L from, 271; mentioned, 353
  • Ferrebee, Dennis D., 409
  • Finley, John G., 41
  • Finley, Norris (ident., 345), 344
  • Fisher, Thomas F.: L from, 364
  • Fitzhugh, ----, 148
  • Fitzhugh, George, 98
  • Flanagin, Harris (sketch, 278): described, 230; Ls to, 125, 281; Ls from, 10, 246; mentioned, 112, 117, 277
  • Fleetwood plantation (described, 8:519): conditions, 41, 135, 198; pillaged, 205, 206-7, 216-17, 242, 344, 346, 393
  • Fleming, L. J.: L from, 54
  • Florida: conscription, 65, 92, 180, 188-89, 320, 347, 363, 416; cotton law, 142-44; food supplies, 142-44, 150, 189, 348, 361, 364, 416; politics, 145; railroads, 142, 347-48, 393, 416; Seminole wars, 296; slaves, 20, 65, 143-44, 189, 320, 364; speculators, 142, 145; threatened, 3, 112
  • Florida Railroad iron, 347-48, 393, 416
  • Florida troops: 1st Infantry, 406; 5th Infantry, 128; Perry's/Fla. Brigade, 348, 381, 392; arms, 360, 404; Davis on, 381; strength, 347, 416
  • Floyd, John B. (sketch, 6:166), 18, 27
  • Floyd, William W., 90
  • Fontaine, Edmund: L from, 105
  • Foote, Andrew H. (sketch, 8:581), 236
  • Foote, Henry S. (sketch, 2:83): on Davis, 356; and J. Perkins, 378; Ls from, 92, 356; mentioned, 103, 322, 359
  • Ford, Charles E., 83
  • Ford, Rufus K.: L from, 99
  • Forney, John H. (sketch, 7:232): praised, 393; E by, 333
  • Forney, William H., 316, 336
  • Forrest, Nathan Bedford (sketch, 8:512): Davis on, 174, 348-49, 403; operations, 4, 274-75, 348-49; recommended, 403; L from, 348-49
  • Fort Bisland, 173
  • Fort Bogs, 112
  • Fort Brown, 112
  • Fort Caswell, 62
  • Fort Donelson, 27, 338
  • Fort Fisher, 62, 85
  • Fort Henry, 338
  • Fort Hindman, 45
  • Fort Jackson, 112
  • Fort Lee, 112
  • Fort McAllister, 91, 125
  • Fort Mercer, 112
  • Fort Monroe, 140
  • Fort Pemberton: attacked, 100; constructed, 68; reports on, 104, 112, 141
  • Fort Ripley, 70
  • Fort Sumter: attacked, xi-xii, 141, 155; Davis on, 295, 357; defenses, 70, 289, 311, 356-57. See also Charleston, S.C.
  • Foster, Ira R.: Ls from, 315, 374
  • Foster, John G. (sketch, 84): assignment, 295; operations, 80, 194, 266; mentioned, 186, 199
  • Foster, Thomas J.: L from, 206
  • Fowler, William H., 231
  • France: and blockade, 144, 372; CSA and, 71, 101, 124, 140, 256-57, (Davis), 21; and mediation, viii, 112, 258; and Mexico, 71, 103, 258, 321, 372; recognition of CSA, 256-57, 284, 321, 330; Slidell and, 102, 371; and U.S., viii, 330, 362, 372
  • Franklin, William B. (sketch, 81), 79, 81, 414
  • Fraser Trenholm & Co., 332
  • Frazer, John W., 246, 319, 392
  • Fredericksburg, Va.: Battle of, 4, 34, (Davis), 9, 12; Lee and, 162, 165, 208, (Davis), 318; U.S. operations, 147, 261, 316
  • free blacks. See blacks
  • Fremantle, Arthur J. L.: interviews Davis, 228-29
  • French, S. Bassett: L from, 285
  • French, Samuel G. (sketch, 7:424): assignments, 197, 212, (Davis), 192, 196, 198, 199, 213; Davis and, xlii; Davis on, 9, 213; N.C. operations, 9, 17, 25, 52, 62, 160; reports by, 62, 139; mentioned, 51, 74, 242
  • Fry, Joseph L.: L from, 114
  • fugitive slaves. See slaves
  • Futch, Hanson M., 411

 G

  • Gains, M. M.: L from, 322
  • Gallagher, George A. (sketch, 134), 132
  • Galveston, Texas, Battle of, 16, 70
  • Gardiner, George A.: Davis on, 417
  • Gardner, Franklin: assignments, 270, (Davis), 72, 268, 307; criticized, 380; Port Hudson, 101, 265; reports by, 99, 104; L to, 72
  • Gardner, William M., 51
  • Garey, William G., 418
  • Garland, Augustus H.: L to, 115; Ls from, 46, 63, 100, 104; mentioned, 69, 76
  • Garnett, Alexander Y. P. (sketch, 8:244), 192
  • Garnett, Richard B., 260
  • Garrott, Isham W. (sketch, 8:261), 124
  • Gartrell, Lucius J.: L from, 65
  • Geary, John W. (sketch, 6:156), 81
  • General Rusk (blockade-runner), 99
  • George, James Z., 339
  • Georgetown, S.C., defenses, 240
  • Georgia: conscription, 65, 180, 182, 273, 368; cotton production, 41, 97, 142, 184; Davis praises, 3, 377; defenses, 190-91, 212, 253, 361; disaffection, 23, 65, 126, 355, 361, 374, 380, 382, (Davis), 389; food supplies, 41, 65, 149-50, 182, 184, 197, 232, 353-54, 376; furloughs for officials, 97, 103, 104; politics, 126, 346, 362, 374, 380; railroads, 42, 105, 191, 253, 293; resolution on army pay, 141; speculators, 376; support for Davis and CSA, 22, 150, 346; L from citizens, 376. See also Brown, Joseph E.
  • Georgia troops: 5th Cavalry, 150; Cobb's battery, 271; 2d Infantry, 388; 6th Infantry, 249; 10th Infantry, 320; 38th Infantry, 70, 274; 59th Infantry, 74; Lee's Volunteers, 274; Wright's Legion, 274; commanders, 236, 361, 366, 373, 383, 394, 411; Davis on, 366, 375, 377, 383; deserters, 380; furloughed, 310; Jackson, Miss., 271; militia, 191, 212, 236, 361, 367, 373, 375, 383, 394; munitions needed, 366, 394; organization, 23, 191, 212, 320, 342, 361, 383, 407-8, 411; Raleigh riot, 388; strength, 375, 394
  • Gettysburg, Pa., Battle of: advance toward, 210, 245, 247-49, 259-60; casualties, 260, 262, 264, 270, 289, 294, 295, 313; Davis on, 259, 262, 294, 322; effects of, 267, 268, 313, 319, 328, 331; Lee criticized, 315-16, 327; Lee on, 259-60, 263-64, 268, 313, 315-16; prisoners, 263- 64, 268, 270
  • Gholson, Samuel J. (sketch, 2:203), 162, 163
  • Gibson, William: L from, 26
  • Gifford, Augustus T. D. (sketch, 8:110), 282
  • Gillespie, William A.: L from, 184
  • Gilmer, Jeremy F. (sketch, 8:341): assignment, 356; and James River obstructions, 139, 151; on claims for vessels, 97; and slave laborers, 34, 61, 74, 89, 90, 100, 103; mentioned, 19, 212. See also Engineers, Bureau/Corps of
  • Gilmor, Harry W., 410, 411
  • Gilmore, John T., 71
  • Giltner, Henry L., 370, 375
  • Girard, Charles F.: Davis and, xliii
  • Girault, J. F., 411
  • Gladney, J. B.: L from, 130
  • Glenn, David C. (sketch, 2:301): Davis on, 349; L from, 364-65; mentioned, 411
  • Gonzales, Ambrosio J. (sketch, 5:54): L from, 355
  • Goodman, Walter (sketch, 7:28): L to, 297; Ls from, 289, 303; mentioned, 310
  • Goodner, John F., 38
  • Gordon, George A., 236
  • Gordon, George H., 194
  • Gordon, James B., 409
  • Gordon, John B., 166, 196
  • Gordonsville, Va., 160, 318, 410
  • Gorgas, Josiah (sketch, 7:228): arms contract, 153; and blockade, vii; Charleston defenses, 90, 285, 289, 294, 305; Davis confers with, xlii, 277, 292, 390; Fla. defenses, 360, 404; Vicksburg defenses, 90, 148, 150, 292; Es to, 63, 105; Ls from, 90, 148, 360, 381; mentioned, 89, 384, 411. See also Ordnance Bureau
  • Gorman, Willis A., 77
  • Graham, William M., 387
  • Grand Gulf, Miss.: communication with, 161; defenses, 96, 99, 104, 148, 149; evacuated, 163, 164, 168
  • Grant, Ulysses S. (sketch, 8:323): and Davis' letters, 302; injured, 413; Jackson, Miss., 281, 286, (Davis), 284, (Johnston), 275, 282, 284; on Ark. Post prisoners, 108, CSA reinforcements, 249; operations after Vicksburg, 312, 315, 335, 406, 412; Vicksburg, viii, x-xi, 77, 130, 162, 173, 197, 264-65, 325, (Davis), 76, 166-67, 189, 197, 200, 202-3, 247, 270, 291, 357-58, (Johnston), 4, 59-60, 137, 234, 264-65
  • Gray, Peter W. (sketch, 8:506): L from, 70; mentioned, 140
  • Grayson, A. J.: L from, 350
  • Great Britain: CSA and, 102, 124; consul expelled, 206, 258; and mediation, 112, 256- 57; recognition of CSA, viii, 321, 330, (Davis), 228; trade with, 25, 140, 143-44, 362; U.S. and, viii, 62, 362
  • Great Western Sanitary Fair: and Davis' letters, 299
  • Greaves, Stephen A. D. (sketch, 3:38), 354
  • Greeley, Horace, 347
  • Green, Duff: Davis and, 101; L to, 98; Ls from, 102, 112
  • Green, Jim (slave) (sketch, 3:95), 344, 354
  • Greenhow, Rose O. (sketch, 8:245): Davis and, xliii, 320; L to, 191; Ls from, 283-84, 289, 320
  • Greensboro, N.C.: Davis in, 7
  • Greenville, Miss., 130
  • Greenwood plantation, 242
  • Greer, Elkanah B. (sketch, 7:269), 222
  • Gregg, John, 5
  • Grenada, Miss., 4, 309
  • Grierson, Benjamin H.: and Davis' sister, 234; Miss. operations, x, 168, 186, 191, 206, 273, 307
  • Grinnan, Robert A.: L from, 230
  • Griswold, Elias, 369
  • Guthrie, James (sketch, 5:71): L to, 417
  • Gwin, Lucy. See Coleman, Lucy G.
  • Gwin, William M. (sketch, 2:105), 103, 320
 

H

  • habeas corpus: Ark., 38, 75; Davis and, 38, 43, 47, 75, 115; E. Tenn., 176; Indian Territory, 76; Miss., 69, 71; N.C., 182, 194; Savannah, 47. See also martial law
  • Hachee, Robert: L from, 184
  • Haden, John M., 402
  • Hagar (slave) (sketch, 2:332), 198
  • Hagen, John T.: L from, 182
  • Hagerstown, Md., 267, 269, 270, 280
  • Hagood, Johnson, 112
  • Haley, Alfred G. (sketch, 4:236): L from, 71; mentioned, 89
  • Hall, Edward D., 255, 259
  • Halleck, Henry W. (sketch, 8:5): on prisoners, 107, 111; retaliation, 21, 34, 36; U.S. strategy, 83, 210, 250, 261, 367
  • Hamer, Mary Elizabeth Mitchell (Lise) (grandniece) (sketch, 3:56): Davis and, 167, 200; as refugee, 228, 344, 378, 393; mentioned, 205, 216
  • Hamilton, Andrew J. (sketch, 8:504), 93
  • Hamilton, Jones S.: L to, 380-81; Ls from, 321, 379; mentioned, 321, 339
  • Hamilton, N.C., 62
  • Hamilton, Peter, 166
  • Hammermister, Eugenia, 108
  • Hammond, William A., 325
  • Hampton, Wade, III (sketch, 7:424): assignments, 73, 85, 150; Lee on, 316; praised, 213; rank, 365; staff, 129; wounded, 260, 321; L from, 321; mentioned, 128
  • Hampton, Wade, IV (sketch, 129): V. Davis on, 128
  • Handy, John (sketch, 8:519): L to, 39-40; L from, 18, cited, 40; mentioned, 64
  • Hanly, Thomas B.: E by, 100
  • Hanover Junction, Va., 248, 255, 259, 379
  • Hardee, William J. (sketch, 8:14): assignments (Davis), 341, 350, 356; Bragg and, 31, 49, 60, 120, 187; on Johnston, 60, U.S. operations, 311-12, 315; praised, 120, 342; reports by, 335, 389, 409; staff, 314, 342, 406; and Vicksburg army, 321, 326, 341, 351, 356; Ls to, 306, 350, 356; Ls from, 196, 311-12, 315, 321, 351; mentioned, 53, 100, 119, 133, 141, 298, 323
  • Hard Times, La., 158
  • Harjo, Echo: L from, 183
  • Harney, Frank M., 348, 360
  • Harpers Ferry, W.Va., 230, 232, 261, 269
  • Harriet Lane, USS, 39
  • Harris, Isham G. (sketch, 7:159): on Bragg, 49, 60, Forrest, 403; recommended, 322; Ls to, 341, 363, 403; Ls from, 33, 341, 362, 403; mentioned, 54
  • Harris, J. W. M.: L from, 113
  • Harris, Jabez, 47
  • Harris, Margaret. See Jackson, Margaret H.
  • Harris, Martha Q., 242, 299, 345
  • Harris, Mollie: L from, 46-47
  • Harris, Shadrach T., 89
  • Harris, W. W.: L from, 16
  • Harris, Wiley P. (sketch, 7:434): Ls to, 64, 231; Ls from, 42, 230; mentioned, 113
  • Harrisburg, Pa., 261
  • Harrison, Burton N. (sketch, 8:555): and Davis-Lee correspondence, 328; as Davis' secretary, 48, 61, 64, 180, 231, 292, 293, 296; L to, 148
  • Harrison, Henry T., 261
  • Harrison, James T. (sketch, 175): L to, 173-75; mentioned, 159
  • Harrison, Richard (sketch, 2:31): L from, 315
  • Harrisonburg, Va.: L from citizens, 355
  • Hart, Simeon (sketch, 8:593): reports on, 253, 275; L from, 402
  • Hartford, Conn.: Davis invited to (1860), 418
  • Hartford, USS, 104, 105, 148
  • Hartley, Henry C., 97, 114
  • Hartley, S., Mrs.: L from, 97
  • Hartwood Church, Va., skirmish, 83
  • Harvie, Edwin J. (sketch, 242), 241
  • Harvie, Lewis E.: L from, 140
  • Hatteras, USS, 66
  • Hatton, William R., 359
  • Havana, Cuba, 373, 393, 414
  • Hawes, James M., 359-60
  • Hawes, Richard: Ls from, 18, 89, 100
  • Hayes, Margaret Davis (daughter) (sketch, 5:119), 74, 135
  • Hayes, S. C.: L from, 141
  • Haymond, Thomas S.: L from, 218
  • Haynes, Landon C. (sketch, 8:31): E by, 348; L to, 366; Ls from, 361, 365
  • Haynes, Malcolm D. (sketch, 4:45), 326, 346
  • Haynes, William H. (sketch, 224), 221
  • Haywood, Fabius J. (sketch, 8:191): L from, 402
  • Hebert, Louis: assignment, 5; E by, 333
  • Hebert, Paul O. (sketch, 8:503), 94, 95, 115
  • Heiskell, Joseph B. (sketch, 8:89): L to, 384; Ls from, 52, 384
  • Helena, Ark., Battle of, 223, 278, 280, 281, 325
  • Henry, Gustavus A. (sketch, 1:24): on E. Tenn., 368, J. P. McCown, 323; E by, 348; L from, 92
  • Heth, Henry (sketch, 7:435): assignments, 29, 191, 204; criticized, 296, 365; Gettysburg, 260, 261, 296, 328; Lee on, 191, 197; promoted, 191; wounded, 163, 260; L from, 85; mentioned, 109, 248
  • Hickory Hill plantation, 251
  • Higgins, Edward, 47
  • High Point, N.C., 124
  • Hill, ----, Gen., 176
  • Hill, Ambrose P. (sketch, 8:303): Army of N. Va. organization, 191, 192, 196, 336; Gettysburg campaign, 238, 245, 260; Lee on, 185; on U.S. operations, 207, 211, 219; operations, 208, 212, 230, 232, 304; wounded, 163; L to, 211; Ls from, 46, 207, 211; mentioned, 364, 401
  • Hill, Benjamin H. (sketch, 8:461): on Davis, 253
  • Hill, Daniel H. (sketch, 8:82): assignments, 16, 46, 165, 171, 180, 198, 207, 229, 243, 250, (Davis), 46, 48, 160, 192, 201-2, 212, 219, 247; Bragg on, 405; confers with Davis, xliii; Davis on, 46, 85; health, 16, 46; Lee on, 16, 198, 199, 204; N.C. operations, 85, 179, 180, 182, 197, 198, 199, 201, 206, 207, 229; on his command, 207, 229, 255; resigns, 46; L to, 219; Ls from, 207, 229
  • Hill, Gabriel H. (sketch, 134), 132
  • Hill, Thomas H., 397
  • Hilliard, Henry W. (sketch, 8:244): L from, 64
  • Hilton, Robert B., 348
  • Hindman, Thomas C. (sketch, 7:447): assignments, 47, 109, 115, 117, 220; criticized, 36, 45, 46, 47, 55, 58, 64, 90, 100, 223, (Bragg), 405; relieved, xii, 415; staff, 132; mentioned, 77, 131, 134, 278
  • Hinds, Howell (sketch, 6:52), 205
  • Hinds County, Miss.: Davis brothers' land, xi, 18, 39-40, 64, 135, 198, 205, 206-7, 216- 17, 242, 298-301, 344, 346, 393. See also Davis, Joseph Emory; Fleetwood plantation
  • Hitchcock, Ethan A. (sketch, 1:33), 108
  • Hodge, George B.: Davis and, 151; report by, 246; Ls from, 136, 151, 154
  • Hoke, Robert F., 376, 389
  • Holden, William W.: criticized, 388; Davis on, 304, 351; Vance on, 306
  • Holmes, ----, Miss, 116
  • Holmes, Theophilus H. (sketch, 1:351): assignments, 72, 149, 220-21, 223, (Davis), 75- 76, 115, 117, 277, 281; criticized, 22, 34, 36, 46, 47, 55, 70, 90, 100, 104, 221, 223, 324-25, 342, 356, 365; Helena, 223, 276, 280, (Davis), 281; and Hindman, 109; on disaffection, 38, 58, 76-77, 91, 131; praised, 220, 230; E. K. Smith and, 91, 115, 117, 130-31, 413; staff, 76, 95, 104, 132, 133, 278, 399; troop strength, 6, 371, 412; Vicksburg reinforcements, 10, 16, 17, (Davis), 6, 43; Ls to, 42-44, 74-76, 103, 281; Ls from, 38, 58, 91, 130-32, 280; mentioned, ix, 69, 94, 229. See also Trans-Mississippi Department
  • Holmes, Theophilus H., Jr. (sketch, 76), 74
  • Holt, Bolling H., 320, 342
  • Holt, Hines: L to, 342
  • Hood, John Bell (sketch, 209): Bragg on, 405; Lee on, 185, 403, 410; operations, 63, 66, 105, 157, 164, 168, 208; wounded, 260, 402, 407
  • Hooker, Joseph (sketch, 82): Chancellorsville, x, 164, 171; Gettysburg campaign, 244, 259-60; operations, 62, 211, 410, (Davis), 122, (Lee), 63, 66, 79, 125, 147, 155, 199, 210, 212; mentioned, 81, 82
  • Hoover, Jonah D.: L to, 418
  • Hotze, Henry, 257
  • House of Representatives: bills on army transfers, 54, elections, 161, jury trials, 154, minors' commissions, 147; resolutions on W. A. Broadwell, 63, 120, Cherokee treaty, 71, civilian prisoners, 85, 149, coal and iron, 66, commissioners abroad, 124, 140, cotton purchases, 98, cotton trade, 149, courts-martial, 54, impressed slaves, 101, 114, 149, 158, medical care, 150, R. H. Milroy, 34, New Orleans, 97, Post Office, 154, property seized, 53, 73, telegraph system, 72, vessels seized, 58, 62, 85, 95, 97, vessels under construction, 52; secret sessions, 124, 140; veto, 161; Ls to, 34, 52, 53, 54, 58, 62, 63, 66, 71, 72, 73, 85, 95, 97, 98, 101, 114, 120, 124, 140, 147, 149, 150, 154, 161
  • Houston, Sam (sketch, 4:75): on Davis, 93
  • Houston, William H.: L from, 346
  • Howard, Oliver O.: operations, 81, 410, (Lee), 159, 160, 352, 411; mentioned, 325
  • Howard, Richard A., 33, 35
  • Howell, Margaret G. See Stoess, Margaret Howell
  • Howell, Margaret K. (mother-in-law) (sketch, 2:55), 115, 127
  • Howell, William B. (father-in-law) (sketch, 2:124), 116, 127
  • Howell, William F. (brother-in-law) (sketch, 2:332), 116, 127, 411
  • Howry, James M. (sketch, 358): L to, 357-58
  • Howry, Narcissa B. (ident., 358), 358
  • Hudson, Thomas J. (sketch, 5:139): Davis on, 346; L from, 346
  • Hughes, David W.: L from, 182
  • Humphreys, Benjamin G.: L to, 162; L from, 184
  • Humphries, Abraham S.: L from, 365
  • Humphries, Henry G.: L from, 393
  • Hunnicutt, M. M.: L from, 91-92
  • Hunt, Henry J., 387
  • Hunt, R. Finley: Davis and, xlii
  • Hunter, David (sketch, 8:375): assignments, 153; S.C. operations, 84, 209, 236; Stephens on, 215; L from, 152
  • Hunter, F. Winston, 225
  • Hunter, R. M. T. (sketch, 5:5): L from, 105
  • Hunter, Samuel E.: L from, 158
  • Hunter, William L., 186
  • Huntington, Marquis of: Davis and, xli
  • Huntsville, Ala., 297
  • Hurricane plantation (described, 1:247): plundered, xi, 111, 298-99; reports on, 64, 344; slaves, 64, 134-35, 198, 217, 228, 233-34, 241, 344, 354; mentioned, 41
  • Hurst, Fielding, 335
  • Huse, Caleb (sketch, 7:378), 331
 

I

  • Illinois troops: 10th Cavalry, 234; 14th Infantry, 302; 15th Infantry, 302; 76th Infantry, 302; 77th Infantry, 302
  • Illustrated London News, 284
  • Imboden, John D. (sketch, 83): assignment, 411; Davis and, 260; and Milroy, 17, 34, 37; operations, 155, 162, 232; reports by, 79-80, 415; mentioned, 84
  • impressment: brandy, 401; commissioners, 114, 184, 306, 401; cotton, 130, 179, 253, 275, 362, 401; Davis on, 21, 184, 253, 275, 411; foodstuffs, 91, 113, 124, 196, 238; legislation, vii, 341; livestock, 184, 387, 411; slaves, vi, 35, 100-101, 149, 158, 340; Toombs on, 380; Trans- Miss., 77
  • India cotton market, 112
  • Indian Affairs, Bureau of: Cherokee funds, 71; estimates, 51; superintendent, 47, 48
  • Indiana raid, 275
  • Indiana troops: 8th Infantry, 302; 12th Infantry, 302; 67th Infantry, 302
  • Indianola, USS: sinks, 69, 96, 99; mentioned, 111, 345
  • Indians: CSA and, 78, 103, 131, 184, 207, (Davis), 21; Trans-Miss., 115, 279. See also specific tribes
  • Indian Territory: commander, 207; conditions, 38, 89, 103, 184; habeas corpus, 76; munitions, 184, 347; organization, 3, 233, 239
  • Indian troops: 1st Cherokee Mounted Rifles, 133; Chickasaw, 239; Choctaw, 239; Seminole Battalion, 207; commander, 103; conditions, 184, 233, 239, 347; furloughed, 131; raising, 186
  • Ingraham, Duncan N. (sketch, 7:72), 304
  • inventions: balloon, 177; cannon, 115; gunpowder, 153; machine (unspecified), 141; mines, 189, 205; rifle, 105; river obstructions, 212
  • Ireland: CSA and, 348; recruiting in, 315, 348, 408-9, 414
  • iron: appropriation for, 394; navy needs, 204, 230; for railroads, 51, 140, 230, 347-48, 393, 416; supplies in Ala., 66, E. Tenn., 361, Ga., 190, La., 221, Nassau, 179, 204, Trans-Miss., 276-77
  • ironclads: Charleston, 48, 52, 139, 140, 157; construction, 62, 70, 74, 151; Miss. River, 45, 69, 99-100; sailors needed, 357; Savannah, 91, 125. See also specific vessels
  • Isaac, S., Campbell & Co., 140
  • Isham (slave), 346
  • Ishmael (slave), 234, 346
  • Iverson, Alfred (sketch, 7:13): assignment (Davis), 411; L from, 113
  • Ives, Joseph C. (sketch, 8:555): inspection tour, 117, 129, 134, 139, 220, 223, 240; report by, 399; Ls from, 117, 148
 

J

  • Jackson, Alfred E.: assignment, 52; described, 370; E. Tenn. operations, 373, 384, (Davis), 366; troop strength, 369, 376
  • Jackson, Henry R., 394
  • Jackson, Margaret H., 345
  • Jackson, Miss.: court of inquiry, 335, 347; defenses, 51, 205, 269, 283, 284, (Davis), 271, (Johnston), 271, 280, 282, (Pemberton), 163; evacuated, 189, 200-201, 284, 285, 308; munitions, 148, (Davis), 165, 186, 199, 281
  • Jackson, Thomas J. (sketch, 7:226): Chancellorsville, 163; death, x, 164, 257, (Davis), xlii, 180, 230, (Lee), 163, 403; praised, 6, (Davis), 55-56; and G. W. Smith, 72; mentioned, 82, 84
  • Jackson, William H.: assignments, 180, 190; promoted, 26; recommended, 403; L from, 381-82; mentioned, 265, 303
  • Jackson, William L., 254
  • Jackson Mississippian: Davis and, 417; on arming slaves, 340, morale, 176
  • James Island, S.C., 283, 355
  • James River, Va., 52, 139, 151, 400
  • Jayne, Joseph M.: L from, 342
  • Jefferson, Thomas, 152
  • Jenkins, Albert G. (sketch, 8:410): assignments, 156, (Davis), 381, 384, 401, (Lee), 150, 198, 316, 379, 381; wounded, 289
  • Jenkins, Micah (sketch, 250): assignments (Davis), 199, 201, 230, 247-48, 308, (Lee), 180, 198, 204, 208, 212, 352; troop strength, 250
  • Johnson, Bradley T., 394
  • Johnson, Edward (sketch, 209): assignments, 165, 171; health, 129; operations, 208, 260
  • Johnson, Herschel V. (sketch, 3:394): L from, 321
  • Johnson, Jilson P.: L from, 403
  • Johnson, John M., 314, 342
  • Johnson, Richard H., 230
  • Johnson, Robert W. (sketch, 5:4): Davis and, xlii, 48, 108, 171, 172, 276, 413; as Trans-Miss. agent, 78, 229-30, 280, 412; L to, 276-77; Ls from, 48, 229-30, cited, 413, 414
  • Johnson, T. J.: Davis on, 417
  • Johnson's Island, Ohio: Davis on, 364
  • Johnston, Albert Sidney (sketch, 2:430): Davis and, 58, 417; Davis on, 337; mentioned, 418
  • Johnston, Benjamin, 365
  • Johnston, Joseph E. (sketch, 7:61): assignments, vi, xii, 17, 60, 61, 68, 72, 87, 119, 120, 189, 209, 220, 226-27, 263, 272-73, 377, 407, 408, (Davis), ix, 10, 18, 31, 35, 36, 55, 67, 101, 187, 218-19, 226, 227, 240, 253, 268-69, 271, 281-82, 374, 380; Bragg and, 19, 30, 35, 36, 49, 59-60, 66-67, 86, 116, 119, 128, 137, 186, 189, 225-26, 252-53, 263, 273, 282; criticized, 228, 273, 292, 295, 319, (Davis), 167, 197, 203, 218-19, 239, 264, 281-82, 292, 308, 311; Davis and, v, vi, ix, 9-10, 18, 19-20, 35, 36, 40, 66-68, 87-88, 129, 148-49, 165, 167-68, 188, 189-90, 197, 198-99, 203, 213, 218-19, 227, 232, 239, 247, 249, 252-53, 264-65, 271, 281-82, 287-88, 295, 296, 314, 316, 326, 342, 353, 374, 379; Davis on, 192, 197, 200, 203, 239, 247, 291, 295, 316; J. E. Davis and, 214, 228, 241-42, 377-78, 393; defended, 314, 335; Hardee and, 49, 60, 298, 321; health, 137; Jackson, Miss., 87, 189, 269, 271, 275, 280, 282, 284, 285, 287, 292, 298, 308, 309, 320, 335; W. P. Johnston and, 113, 116, 119, 121, 141; munitions for, 185; on assignments, ix, 4, 16, 17, 19-20, 38, 48, 60, 86-88, 104, 137, 141, 219-20, 226, 263, 326, Bragg, x, 16, 17, 18, 49, 59-60, 104, 116, 119, 137, 227, cavalry, 4, 59, 87, 104, 137, 161, Davis, 30, 60, 264, Lee, 4, 88, Miss. inspection, 116, 121, northern-born officers, 212, Pemberton, 59, 87, 104, 141, 188, 269, 271, Port Hudson, 59, 188, 203, 265, 269, 271, subsistence, 4, 18, 113, 234, Trans- Miss., 4, 16, 17, 252, U.S. operations, 4, 16, 18, 38, 40, 59-60, 137, 264, 269, 271, 289, 298, 304, Vicksburg, 4, 40, 59-60, 188, 224, 226, 234, 264-65, 269, 270, 275, 280, Yandell, 342, 379; operations, 138, 186, 196, 197, 203, 264-65, 304, 306, 312, 314, (Davis), 183, 200, 203, 295, (Lee), 125, 197, 244, 415; Pemberton and, 4-5, 59, 61, 67, 87-88, 141, 189-90, 234, 264-65, 282, 285, 314; Polk and, 49, 60, 119; Port Hudson, 59, 188, 203, 224, 232, 264-65, 271; praised, 6, 291, 366, 378; railroad destruction, 309-10; Rains and, 189-90, 205, 350; recommendations by, 18, 33-34, 35, 88, 138, 148-49, 186, 188, 196, 212, 403; recommended, 51, 71, 119, 272; reinforcements for, 4, 10, 18, 87, 88, 101, 106, 116, 125, 129, 137-38, 148, 160, 161, 182, 183, 185, 188, 189-90, 192, 196, 197, 198-99, 216, 218, 239, 240, 245, 247, 249, 252-53, from, 318, 352, 367, 386; Seddon and, ix, 61, 88, 189, 218, 226, 232, 239, 249, 252-53, 269; E. K. Smith and, 17, 224, 254, 354; staff, 128-29, 133, 241, 242, 314, 316, 342, 353, 378, 379, 400; strategy, 4, 87, 113, 116, 137-38, 188, 189-90, 224, 230, 264-65, 269, 289, (Davis), 18, 287, 291, 295; troop strength, 4, 30, 190, 196, 203, 204, 216, 249, 269, 335, 383; Vicksburg, xi, 4-5, 40, 59-60, 68, 88, 187, 188, 189-90, 203, 209, 216, 224, 226, 228, 234, 239, 240, 242, 247, 264-65, 268, 269, 275, 280, 314, 325, (Davis), 189-90, 192, 203, 247, 264, 268-69, 292, 311; Wigfall and, 60, 87-88; wounded (1862), 56; Ls to, 9-10, 18, 35, 36, 41, 66-68, 101, 106, 122, 129, 149, 160, 165, 182, 183, 186-87, 188, 189, 197, 198-99, 213, 218-19, 219, 227, 240, 252-53, 254, 264, 268-69, 271, 272, 279, 281-82, 287-88, 294, 316, 353, 373-74; Ls from, 4, 16, 17, 18, 19, 33-34, 35, 38, 40, 48-49, 59-60, 86-87, 104, 125, 137-38, 148, 161, 169, 185, 186, 188, 190, 196, 197, 198, 203, 204, 212, 219-20, 232, 252, 263, 269, 270, 271, 280, 282, 284, 285, 289, 298, 304, 326, 339, 342, 351-52; mentioned, 147, 205, 207, 215, 223, 274, 307, 336, 350
  • Johnston, Josiah Stoddard (sketch, 8:418), 18
  • Johnston, Lydia M. (sketch, 6:372), 124, 127-28, 264
  • Johnston, William Preston (sketch, 7:130): inspection tours, 98, 113, 116, 118-19, 121, 127, 128, 141, 366-67, 369, 370, 375, 376, 416; on exemptions, 52, Gettysburg, 296; praised, 121; writes for Davis, 17; E by, 27; Ls to, 98, 366-67, 374, 375; Ls from, 113, 141, 215, 369, 370, 375, 376, 411, 416; mentioned, 115, 346
  • Jones, Charles C., Jr., 328, 338
  • Jones, Charles S. D.: L from, 336
  • Jones, David R. (sketch, 8:181): Davis and, xli
  • Jones, George Wallace (1:317), 336
  • Jones, Hilary P., 92
  • Jones, James C.: L from, 374-75
  • Jones, John B.: Ls from, 69, 415-16; mentioned, 98
  • Jones, John M., 394
  • Jones, John William, 262
  • Jones, Robert C.: L from, 55
  • Jones, Robert M.: L from, 103; mentioned, 186
  • Jones, Samuel (sketch, 7:198): assignments, 141, 205, 232, 245, 288, 362, (Davis), 252, 269, 293, 308, 362, 374, 375, 383, 411; criticized, 384; operations, 138, 147, 312, 354, 369, 370, 386, 389, 398, 400, 401, 403, 411, (Davis), 367, 375, 390, 398, 402; praised, 370; reinforcements needed, 354; staff, 399; strategy, 254, 401, 410; troop strength, 254; Ls to, 252, 293, 383, 394, 401, 402, 409, 410-11; Ls from, 254, 288-89, 393-94, 395-96, 401, 403, 409, 410, 411, 415, 416; mentioned, 336
  • Jones, William E. (sketch, 157): Davis on, 158; Lee on, 158; operations, 83, 150, 155
  • Jonesborough, Tenn., 370, 375, 376, 388, 395-96, 401, 410
  • Jordan, Thomas (sketch, 7:392): L from, 64
  • Joyner, Nancy H.: L from, 396
  • Justice Department annual report, 3. See also Watts, Thomas H.
 

K

  • Kanard, Moty: L from, 183
  • Kane, George P.: L from, 285-86
  • Kannigan, William (ident., 135), 135
  • Kavanaugh, B. T.: L from, 342
  • Kean, Robert G. H., 310
  • Keating, John M.: L to, cited, 5
  • Kelley, Benjamin F., 84
  • Kelly's Ford, Va.: skirmish, 105, 147; U.S. operations, 159, 160
  • Kemper, James L. (sketch, 262), 260
  • Kenner, Duncan T.: L to, 231; L from, 230
  • Kentucky: Bragg's campaign (1862), 29, 49, 272; conditions, 48, 89; conscription, 151; operations, 48, 101, 104, 106, 116, 125, 138, 154, 275; strategy, 151, 319; supplies, 113, 141; support for CSA, 53; U.S. troops in, 48, 89, 116, 122, 126, 243, 254
  • Kentucky troops: 9th Infantry, 215; recruiting (Davis), 202
  • Keyes, Erasmus D. (sketch, 297), 295
  • Kidd, Alfred W., 384
  • Kimball, A. N.: L from, 176
  • King, William B., 320
  • King George County, Va., 23
  • Kingsport, Tenn., 401
  • Kingston, Tenn., 375
  • Kinney, John: L from, 254
  • Kinston, N.C., defenses, 47
  • Knoxville, Tenn.: captured, 361, 367; U.S. operations, 369, 375, 380, 409
 

L

  • Lake Providence, La., 69, 78
  • Lamar, Gazaway B., 19
  • Lamar, George W.: L from, 346
  • Lamar, L. Q. C. (sketch, 8:201), 102, 128, 147
  • Lamar, Southworth H., 346
  • Lamar, Thompson B. (sketch, 128), 128
  • Lane, James H. (sketch, 3:126), 41, 316
  • Latimer, Robert M., 40
  • Lauderdale Springs, Miss.: J. E. Davis at, 325, 345, 377-79, 393; threatened, 395
  • Lauman, Jacob G., 181
  • Lawley, Francis: Davis and, xli
  • Lawson, Jesse M., 219, 320
  • Lawton, Alexander R., 51, 196
  • Lay, George W. (7:135), 376, 389
  • Leacock, William T., 411
  • Lee, Charles (sketch, 203), 202
  • Lee, Charlotte W. (ident., 251)
  • Lee, Fitzhugh (sketch, 83): assignments, 73, 352; Lee on, 316; operations, 79; praised, 105; rank, 365; reports by, 150, 396
  • Lee, George W. (sketch, 274): Bragg and, 273-74; Davis on, 70, 109, 126; on prisoners, 307; praised, 109; recommended, 355; L to, 27; Ls from, 23, 27, 70
  • Lee, G. W. C. (sketch, 8:185): assignment (Davis), 130; Richmond defenses, 92, 250; writes for Davis, 52, 54, 104, 114, 341; Es to, 41, 362; L to, 130; Ls from, 139, 140, 141; mentioned, 115
  • Lee, Henry ("Light Horse Harry"): Davis on, 12
  • Lee, Richard B. (sketch, 7:299): Ls from, 255, 408
  • Lee, Robert E. (sketch, 7:114): assignments, xii, 88, 373, 387, 407, 410, (Davis), 21-22, 56, 375; Beauregard on, 284; captured dispatches, 247, 267, 268, 284; Chancellorsville, x, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163-64, 168, 171; criticized, 27, 249, 261, 315-16, 326-28, 337; Davis and, v, xi, xli, xlii, xliii, 16, 78, 80, 84, 88, 96, 98, 122, 154, 170, 179, 185, 192, 201, 214, 215, 247-49, 308, 318, 322, 337-38, 352, 375; Davis on, 12, 165, 179, 259, 261-62, 284, 311, 329, 334, 337- 38, 395, 399; family, 83, 248, 251, 352; Gettysburg campaign, xi, 208-9, 212, 213, 219, 230-31, 232, 236-38, 243-45, 247-52, 254, 259-60, 263-64, 266, 269, 270, 272, 280, 283, 284, 296, 311, 313, 315-16, 322, 326-27; headquarters, 24; health, v, 327-29, (Davis), 337; Longstreet and, 116, 157, 166, 169, 261-62, 329, 387, 392; Meade on, 386-87; on army organization, 54, 73, 88, 92, 109, 129, 150, 155, 169-70, 185, 191, 198, 199, 202, 204-5, 214, 313, 316-17, 323, 330, 394, 399, artillery, 88, 92, 105, 384, cavalry, 73, 79-80, 105, 109-10, 148, 150, 154-56, 159, 162, 169-70, 204-5, 230-31, 232, 238, 263, 316-17, 385, 411, 415, coastal defenses, 52, 85, 155, conscription, 306, criticism, 315-16, 326-28, Davis, 327, deserters, 313, 347, Longstreet, 125, 148, 155, 160, 204, 262, 403, Longstreet's transfer, 379-80, 381, 384-85, 385-86, 387, 392, Meade, 386, N.C. command, 16, 24, 34, 37, 40, 52, 80, 198, 199, 204-5, 237, 243, 397, peace efforts, 213, 220, 243-44, prisoner exchange, 243, railroads, 145, G. W. Smith, 72, staff organization, 109, Stuart, 403, subsistence, 34, 38-39, 98, 124, 148, 149-50, 238, 313, 326, 373, 376, Tenn. command, 373, U.S. operations, 23-24, 34, 35-36, 63, 66, 78-80, 105, 116, 125, 126, 147-48, 154-55, 159, 160, 161, 162, 165, 169, 171, 180, 199, 207, 208-9, 210-11, 212, 219, 230, 237, 238, 259-60, 266, 270, 272, 280, 304, 316, 317, 352, 354, 382, 384, 385-86, 394, 397, 411, 415, 416, strategy, 23-24, 39, 52, 125, 147-48, 159, 160, 161, 171, 180, 197, 205, 208, 236, 266, 284, 304, 385-86, 396, Vicksburg, 155, 179, 197, 205, 284; praised, 6, 256, 328, (Davis), 12, 165, 284, 334, 399; recommendations by, 16, 27, 39, 40-41, 88, 92, 101, 129, 139, 165-66, 171, 185, 191, 196, 197, 236-38, 274, 289, 316-17, 336, 409; recommended, 71, for Tenn. command, 289, 316-17, 336, 409; reinforcements for, 155, 156, 159-60, 161, 162, 163-64, 170, 180, 203, 210, 236-37, 238, 243-44, 245, 250-51, 270, 317, 392, from, 4, 25, 34, 37, 52, 63, 66, 379-80, 381, 384-85, 385-86, 387, 392; resignation offer, xi, 326-29, 337-38, 352; Seddon on, 6; staff, 242, 334, 338; strategy, 24, 36, 52, 79, 125, 148, 154-56, 158, 162, 163-64, 168, 197, 205, 209, 210, 238, 243-44, 245, 254, 259-60, 261, 266, 267-68, 304, 317, 319, 352, 380, 382, 385-86, 387, 396, 415, (Davis), 248-49, 259, 261-62, 399; Es by, 27, 53, 101, 342, 348; Es to, 348, 353; Ls to, 17, 21-22, 36-37, 46, 96, 122, 160, 164-65, 165-66, 171, 179-80, 191-93, 198, 199, 201-3, 207, 211, 215, 230, 247-49, 269, 294-95, 307-9, 317-18, 337-38, 353, 375, 379, 381, 390-92, 397-99, 411; Ls from, 16, 21, 23-24, 34, 35-36, 38-39, 40-41, 52, 54, 63, 66, 73, 78-80, 88, 92, 98, 105, 109-10, 114, 125, 126, 147-48, 149-50, 154-56, 159-60, 161, 162, 163, 165, 169-70, 171, 176, 180, 185, 191, 196, 197, 198, 199, 204-5, 208-9, 210-11, 212, 213, 219, 220, 230-31, 232, 236-37, 238, 243-44, 245, 259-60, 263-64, 266-67, 270, 272, 280, 284, 289, 304, 306, 313, 315-16, 316-17, 320, 326-27, 336, 347, 352, 354, 362, 373, 376, 379-80, 381, 382, 384-85, 385- 86, 394, 396, 397, 402-3, 409, 410, 411, 415, 416; mentioned, 37, 181, 193, 288, 297, 400, 401. See also Army of Northern Virginia
  • Lee, Robert E., Jr., 251
  • Lee, Stephen D. (sketch, 8:518): Davis and, 42; praised, 324, 403; rank (Davis), 365; recommendation by, 333; recommended, 286, 316, (Davis), 199; Vicksburg, 204; mentioned, 113, 349, 384
  • Lee, W. H. F. (sketch, 83): captured, 248, 251, 312; operations, 73, 79
  • [Lemon?], A. D.: L from, cited, 302
  • Leonard, Abraham Faw (nephew-in-law) (sketch, 2:18), 102, 169
  • Leopold I (sketch, 258), 257, 258
  • Letcher, John (sketch, 7:126): bread riot, 146; militia call-up, 255, 285, 400; on Milroy, 37; Ls to, 34, 42, 52, 74, 89, 90, 100, 103, 113, 349; L from, 100; mentioned, 90, 123, 414
  • Leslie, ----: Davis and, xli
  • Lewis, David W.: L to, 401; L from, 380; mentioned, 292
  • Lick Creek, Tenn., 373
  • Liddell, St. John R. (sketch, 8:13), 30
  • Lieber, Francis, 111
  • Lincoln, Abraham: calls for troops, 6, 243; emancipation (Davis), 21; and Hooker, 82; and Hunter, 153, 210; Leopold I on, 258; on captured black soldiers, 153, France and Mexico, 258, Gettysburg, 261, 268, Meade, 268; plots against, 6, 347; Stephens' mission, 245; L to, 254; mentioned, 17, 84. See also United States
  • Lindsay, William S. (sketch, 7:377), 257, 282
  • Little Rock, Ark., 69
  • Lize (slave), 344
  • Locust Grove plantation, 234
  • Logan, John A., 311
  • Lomax, Lunsford L., 289, 317
  • London Index, 25
  • London Standard, 256
  • Long, Armistead L. (sketch, 8:227), 92
  • Longstreet, James (7:307): assignments, xii, 85, 157, 406-7, (Davis), 116, 390-91, 398, (Lee), 66, 155, 160, 379-80, 381, 384-85, 385-86, 387, 392; Bragg on, 405; Chickamauga, 405- 7; confers with Davis, xlii, xliii, 391; Davis on, 55-56, 261-62, 329, 399; Gettysburg campaign, 208, 230, 238, 260-62, controversies, 261-62; Lee and, 116, 157, 166, 169, 261-62, 329, 387, 392, on, 125, 148, 155, 160, 204, 262, 373, 403; N.C. operations, 80, 125, 148, 155, 157, 180; on Bragg, 407, Gettysburg, 210, 261, rank, 57, strategy, 387, 391; operations, 194, 208, 230, 238, 260-62, 304, 390, 406-7; rank, 57, 72; recommendation by, 92; requested, 176; mentioned, 128, 250, 325
  • Looney, Robert F. (sketch, 358), 357
  • Loring, William W. (sketch, 7:265): assignment (Davis), 186; operations, 4, 99, 141, 162, 164, 185, 186, 205; L from, 141
  • Loudon, Tenn., 375, 380
  • Loughery, Robert W.: Ls from, 22, 34, 55
  • Louis (slave), 198
  • Louisiana: clothing production, 224; conditions, 229; cotton purchases, 98; foundry, 173, 230, (Davis), 172; morale, 288; munitions (Davis), 10, 290; operations, 252, (Davis), 172- 73, 202-3, 222-24, 264-65, 276, 291; railroads, 51, 303; slaves, 231; U.S. operations, 38, 59, 231, 232, 233-34, 241-42, 252, 295, 312, 412, 414, (Davis), 171-73, 264-65
  • Louisiana troops: 4th Infantry, 158; Irish Brigade, 409; 9th Battalion, Partisan Rangers, 252; 13th Battalion, Partisan Rangers, 35; Polish Brigade, 397; artillery, 349; recruiting (Davis), 202
  • Louisiana troops (U.S.): 9th Infantry, 234; 11th Infantry, 234
  • Love Bird (schooner), 373
  • Lovell, Mansfield (sketch, 7:324): criticized, 365, 380; New Orleans inquiry, 65, 85, 97, 211; mentioned, 128
  • Lowndes County, Miss.: L from citizens, 384
  • Lubbock, Francis R. (sketch, 8:505): L to, 279; Ls from, 114-15, 275; mentioned, 95
  • Ludlow, William H. (sketch, 108), 106
  • Lundy, William T.: L from, 52
  • Luther, Jesse M., 411
  • Lynch, William F., 204, 235
  • Lyon, Francis S. (sketch, 340), 340
  • Lyon, Hylan B., 205

M 

  • Macbeth, Charles: L to, 270; L from, 180
  • McCann, J. Richard, 32
  • McClellan, George B. (sketch, 8:7), 156
  • McClernand, John A. (sketches, 2:640, 6:344), 5, 162, 200
  • McCown, John P. (8:149): assignments, 323, (Davis), 368; Bragg and, 50, 92; criticized, 149, 158; recommended, 323; requested, 151, 368
  • McCoy, Amos D.: L to, 404; L from, 368-69
  • McCrady, John, 125
  • McDaniel, Zere: Cairo claim, 187, 288, 312; L from, 288
  • McDowell, Byron G., 403
  • McFadden, John, 214
  • Machen, Willis B.: L from, 65
  • McHenry, George: L from, 25; mentioned, 100
  • McKay, Archibald L.: and Davis' slaves, 188, 198; L from, 188
  • McKay, G. W. F.: L from, 401
  • McKie, Michael J., 18, 40
  • McKinney, Frank (slave) (ident., 7:4), 344
  • McLaws, Lafayette (sketch, 8:341), 164, 165, 171, 208
  • McLemore's Cove, Ga., 405, 406
  • McNeil, John: Davis on, 21
  • McNeill, Henry C., 139
  • McNeill, John H. (sketch, 83), 79, 84
  • McNeill, Thomas E.: L from, 42
  • Macon, Ga., arsenal, 384
  • Macon, Miss., 326
  • Macon (Ga.) & Western Railroad, 253, 293
  • McPherson, James B. (sketch, 413), 162, 200, 311, 412
  • McRae, Colin J. (sketch, 333): L to, 395; L from, 329-30
  • McRae, Dandridge, 280
  • McRae, John J. (sketch, 4:253): L to, 215-16; Ls from, 297, 319-20; mentioned, 333
  • Macwillie, Malcolm H.: Ls from, 113, 211
  • Maddox, Joseph H.: Davis and, 219, 362; warning about, 211; L to, 219; L from, 343
  • Magill, James R.: L from, 182-83
  • Magnolia plantation, 242
  • Magruder, John Bankhead (sketch, 1:75): assignments, ix, 94; Davis and, 173; Galveston, 16, 22, 70, (Davis), 46; militia call-up, 275; munitions seized, 373; operations, 315; praised, 22, 55, (Davis), 46; recommendations by, 39, 70, 139, 140, (Davis), 288-89; seeks promotion, 70; staff, 139, 156, 278; troop strength, 371; L to, 46; Ls from, 16-17, 138-39
  • Mahan, Dennis Hart (sketch, 6:59), 302
  • mail. See Post Office Department
  • Maine: Davis on, 229
  • Mallett, Richardson, 411
  • Mallory, Stephen R. (sketch, 7:13): criticized, 319; Davis and, xlii, 148, 396; James River obstructions, 139; on Brooke guns, 285, 305, Cairo claim, 187, Harriet Lane, 39, Hatteras, 66, navy funds, 121, 153, 204, 396, New Orleans inquiry, 54, 211; G. N. Sanders and, 214, 409; Es to, 289, 350; Es by, 212, 285, 409; Ls from, 39, 54, 62, 66, 95, 121, 153, 187, 211, 304, 305, 396; mentioned, 52, 204, 320, 391, 418. See also Navy Department
  • Malsby, M. A.: L from, 98
  • Manassas, Va., Battle of (1861): Davis' speech, 283
  • Manchester Guardian, 332
  • Manly, M. M.: L from, 105
  • Mann, Ambrose Dudley (sketch, 7:112): assignments, 257; Davis and, 332; Leopold I and, 258; L from, 256-57, cited, 332
  • Marchand, Jean-Baptiste, 330
  • Marcy, William L. (sketch, 2:406), 417
  • Marigny, Mandeville, 252
  • Marmaduke, John S. (sketch, 133): operations, 45, 131; praised, 280; recommended, 58, 132; mentioned, 221
  • Marshall, Charles, 267
  • Marshall, Charles K. (sketch, 8:161), 242
  • Marshall, Humphrey (sketch, 8:31): assignments, 47, 53, (Davis), 3, 61, 69, 97; criticized, 18, 39, 109; operations, 17, 97, 125, 138, 141, (Davis), 101, 106, 129, 147; troop strength, 129, 141; Ls to, 61, 69, 97; Ls from, 17, 47-48, 53
  • Marshall, Texas, 382
  • martial law: Ala., 27; Ark., 36, 38, 64, 100 (Davis), 43; E. Tenn., 27, 54; recommended 47, 348; Texas, 93; Va., 114. See also habeas corpus
  • Martin, D. (ident., 8:197), 135, 198
  • Martin, James G. (sketch, 8:277): assignments, 369, (Davis), 247, 357, 383; troop strength, 250
  • Martin, William T.: assignments, 33, 165, 169; promoted, 26; L from, 6
  • Maryland: Gettysburg campaign, 254, 261, 266, 267; U.S. troops in, 155
  • Maryland troops: Md. Line, 394; mounted battalion, 362
  • Maryland troops (U.S.), 245
  • Mason, James M. (sketch, 4:125): as commissioner, viii, 62, 102, 153, 257; and Erlanger loan, 329-30; on E. Erlanger, 332; L from, 25
  • Mason, Maynadier, 381
  • Massachusetts troops: 29th Infantry, 302; 35th Infantry, 302; 54th Infantry, 289
  • Matamoros, Mexico, 414
  • Matilda (slave), 234
  • Maury, Dabney H. (sketch, 5): assignments, 4-5, 138; Mobile, 305, 322, 416; recommendation by, 235-36; L to, cited, 259, 262
  • Maury, Matthew F. (sketch, 2:517), 5, 62
  • Maximilian I, 258
  • Mayers, Alonzo G.: L from, 346
  • Meade, George G. (sketch, 386): assignments, 81, 82, 261; Gettysburg campaign, xi, 247, 261-62, 267-68, (Davis), 259, (Lincoln), 268; operations, 261-62, 267-68, 319, 386-87, 392, (Lee), 313, 352, 382, 385, 396, 416; reinforcements for, 268, 304, 403, 410, from, 406, 415
  • Medical Department: Davis on, 71, 92, 246, 289; estimates, 96, 139; reports on, 71, 150; surgeons criticized, 35
  • Medway, Alexander R.: L to, 353
  • Melissa (slave) (ident., 235), 198, 234
  • Melton, C. D., 394
  • Melvin, Lucy, 302
  • Melvin, Nancy A. W. (ident., 302), 299
  • Melvin, Robert E. (sketch, 303): L from, 298-301
  • Memminger, Christopher G. (sketch, 8:63): criticized, 253, 378, 393; Erlanger loan, 18, 121, 136, 329-30; estimate, 154; Miss. funds, 204; on cotton, 98, 136, 253, 282, 320-21, 330, 339, counterfeiting, 38, 50, trade with Mexico, 253; Reagan and, 253, 305, 352; Trans-Miss. funds, 413, 415; E to, 396; Ls from, 18-19, 38, 50, 58, 73, 98, 136, 154, 253, 305, 320-21, 339, 352; mentioned, 334, 418. See also Treasury Department
  • Memminger, Robert W. (sketch, 334), 333
  • Memphis, Tenn.: recapture proposed, 269, 305-6; trade, 25, (Davis), 26
  • Memphis & Charleston Railroad, 4
  • Memphis & Little Rock Railroad, 77
  • Memphis & Mobile Railroad, 298
  • Memphis Appeal: on Gettysburg campaign, 328, Vicksburg, 69; "Vindicus" article, 306, 314
  • Mercer, Hugh W. (sketch, 1:70): troop strength, 112; E by, 47; L to, 26; L from, 91
  • Meridian, Miss., 326
  • Mexican War: Davis and, 38, 154, 184, 249, 302, 417; Lee on, 109; veterans, 5, 32, 37, 81, 82, 84, 95, 132, 151, 154, 184, 193, 209, 210, 223, 238, 249, 250, 262, 296, 297, 386, 413
  • Mexico: CSA and, 71, 103, 211, 346, 350; France and, 71, 103, 258, 321, 372; trade, vi, 173, 184, 253, 414
  • Miangolara, Juan, 408
  • Michigan troops: 20th Infantry, 302
  • Miles, William P. (sketch, 7:288): Charleston artillery, 285, 289, 294, 305; Davis and, 285
  • Miller, Hugh R., xliii
  • Miller, John C., 54
  • Miller County, Ga.: L from citizens, 376
  • Milliken's Bend, La., 35, 45, 224, 234, 270, 359
  • Milroy, Robert H. (sketch, 37): criticized, 34, (Davis), 17, 21, 36; operations, 37, 39, 79, 230, 232
  • Milton, John (sketch, 8:350): on cotton, 142, exemptions, 65, 188-89, 364, Fla. defenses, 3, 112, 320, 347-48, 416, individual rights, 143, strict construction, 143, trade, 144; Ls to, 363-64, 381, 392-93, 404; Ls from, 3, 64-65, 112, 142-45, 188-89, 320, 347-48, 416; mentioned, 360
  • Mims, Livingston: L from, 396
  • Mississippi: artillery, 63, 90, 101, 104, 148, 150, 164; capital, 326; cavalry, 176, 312, (Davis), 161, 162, 166, 167, 174, 181, 183, 348-49; conditions, 18, 35, 95, 99, 196, 198, 205, 206-7, 216-17, 229, 292, 301, 306, 344, 387, 393, 397, (Davis), 229; CSA claim (1861), 418; conscription, 6, 10, 126, 273, 275, 293, 339, 341-42, 350, 354, 355, 361-62, 365, 368, 378, 379, 384, 396, 397, (Davis), 181, 290-91, 322, 359, 384; crops, 99, 159, 184, 196, 282, 312, 320-21; Davis invited to, 166, 187, 371, visits, 15, 40, 103, 292, 335; defenses, 99, 101, 117, 148, 160, 162, 215, (Davis), 123, 125, 173-75, 181; delegates visit Davis, 159, 173; food supplies, 18, 113, 121, 148, 159; illegal trade, 25, 69, 70, 165, (Davis), 26; inspection tour, 117, 121, 129, 223; morale, 159, 169, 176, 187, 212, 233, 240-41, 269, 275, 281, 286, 293, 297, 306, 312, 315, 319, 324-25, 336, 343, 349, 353, 354, 356, 364, 365, 371, 378, 396, 408, (Davis), 358; munitions needed, 63, 90, 101, 149, 159, 162, 163, 181, 233, 234, 269, 284, 286, 298, 307, 319, 341, 384, (Davis), 10, 63, 292, sent, 148, 155, 168, 181, 185, (Davis), 150, 165, 167, 174, 186, 189, 284, 290-91; operations, 4, 5, 6, 19, 46, 59, 61, 63, 163, 164, 168, 185, 188, 189-90, 223, 224, 233, 234, 241, 264-65, 268, 269, 271, 285, 286, 289, 292, 314, 319, 339, 347, (Davis), 9, 12, 67-68, 150-51, 172, 186, 187-88, 189, 190, 197, 200, 203, 264, 265, 268-69, 270, 271, 287, 291, 295, 306, 311, 334, 357-58; railroads, 26, 45, 51, 99, 186, 287, 289, 297, 303, 309-10; reinforcements, 4, 5, 6, 18, 30, 51, 60, 121, 137-38, 161, 164, 175, 176, 181, 182, 183, 185, 189, 196, 203, 204, 213, 216, 230, 235, 239, 242, 245, 326, 351, 352, (Davis), 43, 44, 168-69, 187, 192, 198-99, 215, 219, 227, 231, 240, 253, 282, 350, 374; slaves, 55, 58, 196, 198, 205, 206-7, 217, 241, 293, 320, 340, 344, 345, 347, 354, 384, 395; supplies, 124, 137; U.S. operations, 4, 16, 17, 20, 40, 61, 68-69, 78, 87, 88, 99-100, 104, 105, 110, 111, 112, 115, 130, 137, 138, 149, 158, 161, 162-63, 165, 167-68, 180, 181, 186, 189-90, 196, 200-201, 205, 206-7, 216-17, 242, 271, 273, 275, 280, 281, 282, 284, 298-301, 304, 305, 306, 311-12, 315, 326, 344, 345, 346-47, 349, 393, 397, 410, (Davis), 9, 12, 76, 96, 123, 136, 162, 166, 169, 172, 183, 200, 203, 205, 237, 282, 287, 291; war-related legislation, 6; Ls from citizens, 98-99, 384
  • Mississippi and East Louisiana, Department of. See Johnston, Joseph E.; Pemberton, John C.
  • Mississippi & Tennessee Railroad, 303
  • Mississippi Central Railroad: destroyed, 289, 297, 309-10; property value, 303; U.S. operations (Davis), 287
  • Mississippi Regiment, First (Mexican War): offered for service, 417; veterans, 154, 184
  • Mississippi River: canals, 60, 69, 71, 96, 99, 100, (Davis), 76; defenses, viii, 239, 240, 252, 284, 321, 322, (Davis), 18, 46, 76, 151, 384, 389; U.S. operations, 44, 63, 68, 69, 77, 104, 141, 148, 149, 155, 172, 216, 223, 306, 312, 315, (Davis), 110, 136, 172; water level, 63, 69, 71, 96, 99, 100, 104; Yazoo Pass, 87, (Davis), 67. See also Port Hudson, La.; Vicksburg, Miss.
  • Mississippi troops: 28th Cavalry, 180; 21st Infantry, 325; 26th Infantry, 35; 48th Infantry, 342; Jeff Davis Legion, 6; deserters, 284, 286, 298; furloughed, 310; militia, 10, 95, 103, 126, 162, 163, 168, 174, 185, 216, 271, 275, 321, 325, 355, 359, 368, 379, (Davis), 175, 381; partisan rangers, 393, 397; recruiting, 342; strength (1861), 418
  • Mississippi troops (U.S.).: 1st Infantry, 234
  • Mississippi Valley Association: Davis and, 332
  • Missouri: conditions, 91; conscription, 46, 104, 276; operations, 221, 222, (Davis), 44, 75, 281; support for CSA, 131; U.S. atrocities, 183; E by congressmen, 103
  • Missouri troops: Mo. Division, 78, 117, (Davis), 293; deserters, 284; militia, 120; recruiting, 44, (Davis), 202
  • Mitchel, Charles B.: Davis and, 413; L from, cited, 413; mentioned, 278
  • Mitchel, John (ident., 6:127), 414
  • Mitchell, Herbert, 150
  • Mitchell, Joseph Davis (grandnephew) (sketch, 3:98): CSA service, 180, 205, 228, 354, 393; and J. E. Davis, 218, 241, 323, 344, 354
  • Mitchell, Joshua M.: L from, 10
  • Mitchell, Mary Elizabeth (Lise). See Hamer, Mary Elizabeth Mitchell (Lise)
  • Mitchell, Robert B. (sketch, 32), 29, 38
  • Mobile, Ala.: artillery, 305; Committee of Safety, 333; conditions, 305; defenses, 116, 383, 416, (Davis), 188, 305, 306; food riot, 124; naval operations, 350; press, 365; supplies, 124; threatened, 289, 295, 298, 304, 306, 312, 319, 360, (Davis), 287; trade, 393
  • Mobile, CSS, 74
  • Mobile & Ohio Railroad, 5, 54, 121, 124, 159
  • Mohl, Aurelia H., 153
  • Mohl, Frederick: Davis and, 153, 292; L from, 153
  • Monitor, USS, 156, 418
  • Monongahela, USS, 104, 105, 126
  • Monroe, John T., 365
  • Monroe Doctrine, 258
  • Monterrey, Mexico, 414
  • Montgomery, Ala.: V. Davis visits, 127; inspection tour, 98, 141; postmastership, 214, 231, (Davis), 195
  • Montgomery, Augustus S., 186
  • Montgomery, Benjamin T. (slave) (sketch, 4:241): moves to Cincinnati, 345; at Hurricane, 64, 241; mentioned, 344, 354
  • Montgomery, Isaiah T. (slave), 345
  • Montgomery, William Thornton (slave), 198, 345
  • Montgomery Advertiser, 335
  • Montgomery Mail, 129
  • Moody, George V. (ident., 4:125): L from, 384
  • Moore, Andrew B. (sketch, 8:36), 340
  • Moore, George, 206
  • Moore, John C., 5
  • Moore, Thomas O. (sketch, 7:333), 54, 65, 85, 97
  • morale. See Confederate States; disaffection; reconstruction (reunion)
  • Morehead, John M.: L from, 370
  • Morgan, John Hunt (sketch, 8:304): imprisoned, 275, 322; Ky. operations, 265; Ohio raid, 273; in Tenn., 29, 274
  • Morgan, John T.: assignment, 196; promoted, 215, 352
  • Morgan, Martha R.: L from, 322
  • Morgan, S. A., 339
  • Morris, Lewis: L from, 349
  • Morris, Walter J., 120
  • Morris, William S., 232, 268
  • Morris Island, S.C.: U.S. troops at, 283, 296, 310, 311, (Davis), 307
  • Morrison, Hugh M.: L from, 141
  • Morristown, Tenn., 369
  • Morton, Miss., 351, 356
  • Mosby, John S., 110, 126
  • Mulligan, Elizabeth: L from, 26
  • Mulligan, John, 26
  • Munford, George W.: Ls from, 47, 90
  • munitions: CSA captures, 3, 16, 30, 33, 158, 264, (Davis), 290, 398; for Ala., 206, 305, 416, Ark., 47, (Davis), 117, 125, 281, Atlanta, 307, 366, 384, 394, Charleston, 70, 71, 285, 289, 296, 310, 311, 315, 316, 348, 349, (Davis), 294, 308, 321, 356, 357, 360, Fla., 360, (Davis), 404, Ga., 91, 112, 307, 366, 384, 394, Indian Territory, 184, 347, Jackson, 148, (Davis), 165, 186, 199, La. (Davis), 10, 290, Macon, Ga., 384, Miss., 63, 90, 101, 148, 149, 155, 159, 162, 163, 168, 233, 234, 269, 284, 286, 298, 307, 319, 384, (Davis), 10, 63, 96, 101, 150, 165, 167, 174, 181, 185, 186, 189, 199, 290, 292, 307, 384, Mobile, 305, N.C., 62, 85, 235, 357, 360, 369, (Davis), 281, 390, Port Hudson (Davis), 10, 290, Savannah, 91, 112, S.C., 70, 71, 285, 289, 296, 310, 311, 315, 316, 348, 349, (Davis), 294, 308, 321, 356, 357, 360, Tenn., 72, 105, 141, 352, 362, 394, 414, (Davis), 73, 106, 350, 363, 367, 390, Texas, 275, Trans-Miss., 47, 131-32, 173, 184, 221, 275, 290-91, 347, 371-72, 412, (Davis), 10, 117, 125, 172, 279, 281, 290, U.S., 236, 238, 272, 376, Vicksburg, 63, 90, 101, 149, 155, 162, 233, 234, (Davis), 10, 63, 96, 101, 150, 167, 174, 189, 290, 292, Va., 88, 150, 203, 269, 354, (Davis), 37, 269, Wilmington, 62, 85, 235, 357, 369, (Davis), 390; French seize, 373; inventions, 105, 141, (Davis), 189, 205; procured abroad, 89, 142, 160, 173, 331, 332, 336, 373; produced in Ark. (Davis), 281, CSA, 7, 102, 173, 230, (Davis), 281, 290, Jackson (Davis), 281, La., 173, 230, (Davis), 172, Texas, 173, Trans- Miss., 173, 221, 230, 275, 278, (Davis), 172, 276-77, 279, 281; trade, 142, 160, 173; U.S. captures, 30, 33, 77, 132, 133, 185, 186, 310, 372. See also artillery; Ordnance Bureau
  • Murdock, Abraham: L from, 159
  • Murfreesboro, Tenn.: Bragg retreats from, 273; Davis visits, 31, 89, 90
  • Murfreesboro, Tenn., Battle of: Bragg's reports, 3, 9, 33, 72, 73; casualties, 18, 30; Davis on, 8, 12; Johnston on, 59; Polk's report, 119; retreat, 9, 28
  • Murray, J. Adair, 139
  • Myers, Abraham C. (sketch, 8:277): L to, 51; Ls from, 69, 89, 293; mentioned, 158, 253, 379. See also Quartermaster's Department
 

N

  • Napoleon III: and CSA, viii, 147, 256, 258, 284, 321, 372; criticized, 256; Erlanger and, 330; and Mexico, 321; and Slidell family, 332, 333, 372; mentioned, 103. See also France
  • Napoleons (guns), 79, 384, 390
  • Nashville, CSS, 74
  • Nashville & Chattanooga Railroad, 28, 32
  • Nassau trade, 136, 160, 178, 179, 204, 239
  • Natchez, Miss., defenses, 96
  • Native Americans. See Indians
  • navy: army and, 74; artillery, 104, 105, 148, 235, 285, 305, 315; ironclads, 62, 70, 74; iron needed, 204, 230; manpower shortage, 136, 304, 350, 356-57; Miss. River defenses, 239, 240, 252; prisoners, 107; prizes, 312; volunteer navy, 114, 136, 389
  • Navy Department: claims against, 62, 95, 409, for Cairo, 187; estimates, 121, 153; New Orleans inquiry, 54, 97, 211; shipbuilding, 62, 70, 74, 136, abroad, 52, 96, 136, 214, 331, 332. See also Mallory, Stephen R.
  • Ned (slave), 198, 234, 346
  • Neeson, James, 218
  • Nelson, Judith N.: L to, 303
  • New Bern, N.C., defenses, 20-21, 194, 206
  • New England Emigrant Aid Society, 144
  • New Ironsides, USS, 48, 139, 140, 272, 311
  • New Mexico Territory: CSA and, 113, 205, 211; governor, 113, 134
  • New Orleans, La.: inquiry on capture, 54, 65, 85, 97, 211; occupied (Davis), 13; recapture proposed, 67-68, 224, 252; trade via, 25, 26, 35, 393
  • New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Railroad, 162, 303
  • Newport News, Va., 62, 63, 122
  • New York Herald: Lee and, 212, 384-85, 392; on Raleigh Standard, 351
  • New York Times, 267
  • New York troops: 27th Infantry, 81; 110th Infantry, 99
  • Nicholson, A. O. P. (sketch, 5:93): L to, 417-18
  • Nicholson, Joseph D. (sketch, 8:286): CSA service, 180, 228, 354, 393; mentioned, 167, 344
  • Nick, Betsey (slave) (ident., 235)
  • Niter and Mining Bureau funds, 246, 394
  • Norris, Enoch W.: L from, 387
  • Norris, William (sketch, 156): report by, 154-55; Ls from, 149, 232
  • North Carolina: commander, 25, 40, 46; conditions, 396; conscription, 298, (Davis), 8, 187, 193, 255, 280, 359, (Vance), 121, 182, 255, 269-70; defenses, 34, 40-41, 155, 207, (Davis), 17, 27, 47, 192, 271, 359, 399; disaffection, 179, 182, 269-70, 298, 304, 306, 361, 376, 389, (Davis), 304, 351, 376, 388, 390; expenses for army, 51; politics, 281, 306; purchasing agents, 92, 263; supplies from, 52; tax collector, 263, 288; threatened, 9, 16, 17, 20-21, 24, 229, 389; U.S. troops in, 219, 266, 396; L from congressmen, 84. See also Vance, Zebulon B.
  • North Carolina, CSS, 62
  • North Carolina Railroad, 140
  • North Carolina troops: 1st Cavalry, 157; 3d Cavalry, 251, 259; 1st Infantry, 139; 3d Infantry, 139; 6th Infantry, 157; 14th Infantry, 360; 18th Infantry, 112; 22d Infantry, 193; 24th Infantry, 194; 27th Infantry, 193; 41st Infantry, 248; 44th Infantry, 250; 46th Infantry, 255; 59th Infantry, 409; Thomas' Legion, 376; commanders, 204, 207, 317, 409; Davis praises, 8, 348; deserters, 194, 347; militia, 17, 20-21, 182, 255, 269-70, 271, 288, 360, 369, 383; munitions for, 360; nominations for valor, 112; Raleigh riot, 388; strength, 9, 298
  • Northrop, Lucius B. (sketch, 1:313): criticized, 255, 356; on cattle supply, 185, rations, 34, 39, 361; reports on W. A. Broadwell, 63, 96, 120; Es by, 185, 361; mentioned, 124, 353-54. See also Commissary Department
  • Northumberland County, Va., raids, 99
  • Northwest: attack proposed, 285; CSA and, 12, 147, 276
  • Nulty, E.: L from, 348
  • Nunez Moncada, Francisco, 284
 

O

  • Ohio, Department of the (U.S.), 125
  • Ohio raid, 275
  • Ohio troops: 1st Infantry, 302; 116th Infantry, 84; "Ohio Brigade," 81; called up, 245
  • Old Town, Va., 251
  • O'Neal, Edward A.: commission, 215; praised, 206; recommended, 196, 349-50, 352-53
  • Orange & Alexandria Railroad: Stoneman's raid, 170-71; U.S. operations, 155, 313, 396
  • Ord, Edward O. C. (sketch, 6:113), 271, 302, 412
  • Ordnance Bureau: cannon casting, 381; funds, 89, 246; officers, 7, 88; overseas operations, 89, 333, 336, 372. See also artillery; Gorgas, Josiah; munitions
  • Orr, Jehu A.: L from, 187
  • Osterhaus, Peter J., 162, 410
  • O'Sullivan, John L.: L from, 370; mentioned, 220
  • Ould, Robert (sketch, 109): Davis and, 235; on civilian prisoners, 149, 365, prisoner exchanges, 106-7, 211; Ls from, 106-7, 365
  • Oven Bluff, Ala., defenses, 74
  • Owen, William M., 115
 

P

  • Pacific Railroad, 211
  • Page, Elizabeth N., 303
  • Paine, Robert (sketch, 175): L to, 173-75
  • Palmer, Benjamin F. (sketch, 325), 323
  • Palmer, W. J.: L to, 151
  • Palmerston, Henry J. T. (ident., 8:22), 257, 258
  • Pamunkey River, Va., 308
  • Parrott guns, 148, 285, 348, 384
  • partisan rangers: Davis on, 109-10; mentioned, 7, 35, 45, 83, 126, 252, 347, 393, 397
  • Passport Office, 69
  • patents, 3, 323
  • Paxton, Alexander M. (sketch, 2:40): Ls from, 186, 346
  • Paxton, Elisha F. (sketch, 164), 163
  • Payne (slave), 234
  • Pearl River, Miss., 241, 271, 275, 289, 292, 295, 309
  • Pearson, Richmond M. (sketch, 194): Davis on, 193; Vance on, 182
  • Peck, John J. (sketch, 238), 236
  • Peebles, Joseph D., 206
  • Peevy, Joseph G., 183
  • Pegram, John: Ky. operations, 53, 113, 125, (Davis), 69, 97
  • Peirce, W. W., 381, 402
  • Pelham, John, 105
  • Pemberton, John C. (sketch, 8:9): assignments, 10, 72, 87, 119, 341, 407; cavalry needs, 158, 160, 162, 168; Champion Hill, x, 185, 189, 334; court of inquiry, 312, 334, 341, 347, 353, 357-58, 378; criticized, 54, 59, 122-23, 141, 176, 186, 187, 205, 269, 271, 297, 312, 313, 315, 319-20, 321, 324, 333, 334, 335-36, 339, 341, 342, 343, 346, 353, 356, 365, 378; Davis on, vi, 122-23, 174, 192, 203, 334; J. E. Davis and, 134-35, 314, 378; defends self, 313-14; described, 314; furloughs his army, 275, 281, 282, 284, 285, 286, 293-94, 319-20, (Davis), 279, 283, 284, 288, 293, 308; Johnston and, 4, 19, 59, 87, 141, 188, 264, 269, 271, 314; and Miss. militia, 10, 166, 181-82, 355, 368; on cavalry, 168, Grant's plans, 138, trade, 25; praised, 19, 188; reinforcements from Bragg, 104, 161, 374, Smith, 254, 354, to Tenn., 130, 138, 161, 374; staff, 334; supply order, 54, 124; trade regulations, 25, 26, 71; Vicksburg, x, 10, 40, 63, 69, 99-100, 101, 104, 105, 110, 112, 115, 116, 117, 130, 138, 149, 158, 161, 162-63, 164, 181-82, 185, (Davis), 46, 47, 96, 101, 104, 130, 150-51, 161, 162, 163, 168-69, 174, 181, 183, 187-88, 189, 192, 200; Vicksburg report, 168, 306, 312, 313-14; E by, 333; Ls to, 26, 46, 47, 96, 101, 103, 104, 130, 150-51, 159, 161, 168-69, 181, 187-88, 279, 283, 284, 293, 306, 333-34, 342, 347; Ls from, 10, 25, 63, 69, 99-100, 101, 103, 104, 105, 110, 112, 115, 116, 130, 149, 158, 161, 162- 63, 164, 181-82, 185, 281, 282, 284, 286, 293-94, 312, 313-14, 341, 347; mentioned, 71, 95, 281, 282
  • Pender, William Dorsey (sketch, 157): assignments, 40-41, 155, 191; Davis on, 191, 192; Lee on, 185, 191, 197, 403; wounded, 260; mentioned, 182, 316
  • Pendleton, William N. (sketch, 7:240): assignment, 92; L from, 312
  • Peninsula campaign: Davis on, 295
  • Pennsylvania: raid urged, 218. See also Gettysburg, Pa., Battle of
  • Pennsylvania troops: 11th Cavalry, 296-97; 45th Infantry, 302; 48th Infantry, 302; 150th Infantry, 348; called up, 245
  • Pennypacker, Isaac R.: L to, cited, 386
  • Pensacola & Georgia Railroad, 145
  • Perkins, John, Jr. (sketch, 6:5): J. E. Davis on, 377-78; E by, 384
  • Perkins, John, Sr. (sketch, 6:6), 377
  • Perkins, Newton M.: L from, 96
  • Perry, Edward A.: L from, 416; mentioned, 392
  • Perry, William F., 381
  • Perryville, Ky., Battle of, 6, 119, 187
  • Peterhoff (blockade-runner), 153
  • Peters, George B., 171, 180
  • Petersburg, Va.: Davis speaks at, 9, 10; defenses, 139, 393-94, (Davis), 248, 308, 317; flour prices, 91
  • Petrie, James A.: L to, cited, 299
  • Pettigrew, James Johnston (sketch, 193): assignments, 192, 203, 207; wounded, 280; mentioned, 198, 199, 410
  • Pettus, John J. (sketch, 2:96): criticized, 148; Davis and, 64; militia call-up, 163, 168, 174, 181; recommends legislation, 6; Ls to, 126, 162, 165, 176, 183, 185, 186, 206, 231, 240, 265, 270, 322, 341-42, 358-59, 411; Ls from, 70, 148, 163, 165, 176, 185, 186, 197-98, 205, 230, 239, 269, 281, 321-22, 339, 350, 355, 397, 409, 418; mentioned, 26, 95, 121, 198, 368, 380
  • Phantom (blockade-runner), 320
  • Phelan, James (sketch, 5:38): Ls from, 154, 315, 343, 352-53, 370-71; mentioned, 292
  • Pickens, Francis W. (sketch, 7:13), 237
  • Pickett, Charles E.: L from, 103
  • Pickett, Edward (sketch, 7:403): report on, 368; L from, 356
  • Pickett, George E. (sketch, 210): assignments, 157, 168, 198, 199, 207, 210, 250, 383- 84, 398, (Lee), 66, 105, 179, 204, 208, 212, 379, 381, 382, 396; Gettysburg, 261, 262; operations, 164, 198, 261; wedding, xliii
  • Pickett, La Salle C., xliii
  • Piedmont Railroad: Davis on, 397, 399
  • Pierce, Franklin (sketch, 4:272), 302
  • Pighton, Stark A. W., Mrs.: L from, 322
  • Pike, Albert (sketch, 7:268), 58, 78, 89
  • Pillow, Gideon J. (sketch, 7:257): conscription duty, 60, 72, 273-74, 315, 335, 365, 370; on deserters, 401; praised, 72, 365, 370
  • Pius IX: L to, 402
  • Pleasonton, Alfred, 319, 386
  • Pledger, Allan, 150
  • Pocotaligo, S.C., 112
  • Poindexter, W. Q.: criticized, 365; L to, 215; Ls from, 213, 216
  • Point Isabel, Texas, 414
  • Polk, James K. (sketch, 2:93): Ls to, 417; mentioned, 133, 186
  • Polk, Leonidas (sketch, 7:174): assignment, 407; Bragg and, 29, 50-51, 59-60, 118-19, 187, 405, 410, (Davis), 415; Chickamauga, 405; Davis and, 50, 407, 415; Ky. bank funds, 100; on conscription, 335, Cooper, 118, Johnston, 119, U.S. strategy, 305-6; relieved, xii, 415; Stones River, 31, 120; Ls from, 50-51, 118-19, 158, 305-6, 335, 410; mentioned, 141, 411
  • Ponchatoula, La., 115
  • Pope, John (sketch, 8:303), 27, 29
  • Porter, Benjamin F.: L from, 183
  • Porter, David D. (sketch, 6:27): and Davis Bend slaves, 345; Davis on, 110; operations, 68, 167
  • Port Gibson, Miss., Battle of, 161, 162
  • Port Hudson, La.: captured, 265, 271, 281, 324; Davis on, 44, 125, 169, 172, 264, 290- 91, 308, 335, 347; defenses, x, 5, 10, 51, 54-55, 58, 101, 148, 149, 155, 163, 222, 269, 354; munitions (Davis), 10, 290; prisoners, 326, 364, 409; U.S. operations, 101, 104, 130, 148, 182, 203, 232
  • Port Royal, S.C., 61
  • Post Office Department: annual report, 22-23; clerks, 404; and conscription, 98, 103; Constitution and, 161; estimates, 61, 70, 122, 126-27, 154; overseas mail, 100; telegraph, 33, 72; Trans-Miss., 413; and Treasury, 253, 268, 305, 322-23, 352. See also Reagan, John H.
  • Potomac River operations, 259, 266, 268, 270, 272, (U.S.), 149, 261, 396
  • Pound Gap, Va., 396
  • Powell, George W.: L from, 115
  • Powell, James S., 122
  • Prairie Grove, Ark., Battle of, 131, 220, 221, 371
  • Pratt, William H., 329
  • Prentice, George D., 347
  • Preston, John S. (sketch, 7:392): assignments, 307, 361; E to, 397; L from, 394
  • Preston, William (sketch, 7:448): operations (Davis), 219, 254, 367; mentioned, 293, 369
  • Price, Gabriel L., 38
  • Price, Samuel: L from, 114
  • Price, Sterling (sketch, 7:189): assignments, 4, 46, 117, 220; confers with Davis, 77-78; criticized, 280; on Mo., 131, Pemberton, 205; praised, 324, 342, 366; requested, 47, 55, 91; mentioned, 278, 413
  • Price, William C., 104
  • Prioleau, Charles K., 332
  • prisoners of war: Ark. Post, 107, 168, 174, 181; black troops, 153, 289, (Davis), 355; camps (U.S.), 107, 108, 286, 364; civilian, 17, 85, 149, 211, 365; Davis on U.S. policies, 110, 254, 364; exchanges, 215, 243, 254, 268, 322; Gettysburg, 263-64, 268, 270; Hardee and, 356; Lee on, 243; naval, 107; Port Hudson, 326, 364, 409; Stephens' mission, 215, 244-45, 254, 268; Stones River, 30; Vicksburg, xii, 269, 270, 275, 284, 307, 324, 326, 336, 341, 351, 359, 380, (Davis), 269, 271, 279, 283, 288, 293, 307, 341, 342, 349
  • provost marshals, 85, 108, 274, 322, 369
  • Pryor, Roger A.: Davis and, 102, 282; praised, 85; L to, 102; Ls from, 129-30, 282; mentioned, 62, 74
  • Pulaski County, Va.: L from citizens, 389-90
 

Q

  • Quantrill, William, 45
  • Quartermaster's Department: clothing, 51, 69; criticized, 51; exemptions, 390, 393, (Davis), 307; horses and mules, 89; Trans-Miss., 69, 253; wagons, 34, 233-34. See also Myers, Abraham C.
  • Queen of the West, CSS, 69
  • Queen of the West, USS, 69
  • Quesenberry, William D.: L from, 41-42
 

R

  • railroads: CSA and, 105, 114, 286, 293, 303, 321, (Davis), 21, 113; criticized, 23, 42, (Davis), 167, 308, (Johnston), 138; iron for, 51, 140, 230, 347-48, 393, 416; Post Office and, 23. See also specific lines and locales
  • Raine, Charles B.: L from, 91
  • Rains, Gabriel J. (sketch, 1:356): assignments, 190, 350, 400, (Davis), 348; Davis on, 189, 368, 410; Miss. operations, 190, 205, 269; E by, 97; Ls to, 205-6, 348; L from, 350
  • Raleigh, CSS (gunboat), 235
  • Raleigh, CSS (ironclad), 62
  • Raleigh, N.C.: conditions, 381, 382, 389, 402, (Davis), 381, 388; Davis speaks at, 7-8; riot, 381, 382, 388
  • Raleigh Standard: criticized, 179, 376; office destroyed, 381, 388; on Davis, 351; Vance on, 306
  • Raleigh State Journal, 381, 388
  • Ramseur, Stephen D., 203
  • Randal, Horace (sketch, 6:113): L from, 114
  • Randolph, George W. (sketch, 8:121): confers (1862) with Davis, 56, G. W. Smith, 57; on New Orleans recapture, 68, telegraph control, 29-30; mentioned, 92, 274, 285, 289
  • Randolph, Robert (sketch, 82), 79
  • Ransom, Matthew W.: assignments, 208, 230, 247-48, 308; operations, 311; troop strength, 250; mentioned, 157
  • Ransom, Robert (sketch, 157): assignments, 20-21, 25, 155, 180, 191, 197, 198, 204, 410, 411, 416, (Davis), 139, 191-92, 201, 383, 401; on G. W. Smith, 40; promoted, 139, 192, 198; mentioned, 252
  • Rapidan River, Va.: defenses (Davis), 318; operations, 384, 403, (U.S.), 160, 161
  • Rappahannock River, Va., operations, 268, (U.S.), 147, 159, 160, 161, 219
  • Read, ----, Miss, 177
  • Reading, Abraham B.: L from, 166
  • Reagan, John H. (sketch, 7:420): Memminger and, 253, 268, 322, 352; E to, 352; Ls from, 22-23, 61, 98, 100, 122, 126-27, 154, 253, 305, 322-23; mentioned, 70, 72, 73, 103. See also Post Office Department
  • reconstruction (reunion): and diplomacy, 321; opposition to, 8-9, 306, 347, (Davis), 15; support for, 93, 315, 349, 353, 354, 356, 361, 371, 374. See also disaffection
  • Rector, Henry M. (sketch, 8:194), 279
  • Red River, 172
  • Reed, Joseph, 364
  • Reed, Thomas B. (sketch, 2:686), 5
  • Reese, William M.: L from, 196-97
  • Reliance, USS, 354
  • retaliation: Bragg and, 29; Davis on, 153, 254, 335, 364
  • Reuben (slave), 228
  • Reynolds, Arthur E.: L from, 34-35
  • Reynolds, Thomas C. (sketch, 7:190): Davis and, 77, 103; L from, 84-85; mentioned, 223
  • Rhett, Thomas G. (sketch, 7:306), 160, 173
  • Rhina (slave) (ident., 235), 234
  • Rhode Island troops: 7th Infantry, 302
  • Rhodes, Jabez R., 343
  • Rhodes, Rufus R., 349
  • Rhodes, Thomas, 307
  • Richardson, John M.: L from, 361
  • Richardson, M. H., 150, 151
  • Richardson, Robert V., 349
  • Richardson, S. D.: L to, 35; L from, 35
  • Richardson, William H. (sketch, 1:25): L from, 216
  • "rich man's war," 333, 396
  • Richmond, CSS, 285
  • Richmond, Va.: bread riot, 126, 146; conditions, 139, 336, 415-16; Davis speaks at, 10- 15; defenses, 52, 255, 371, (Davis), 230, 232, 248, 318, (Lee), 204-5, 212, 245, 381, 382; home guard, 204, 230, 254, 404; Johnston and (1862), 295; press, 51, 98, 102, 146, 179, 267, 296, 328; prisons, 85, 146; spies, 211, 285, 391; threatened, 24, 122, 170, 232, 261, 266, 387
  • Richmond & Danville Railroad, 140, 400
  • Richmond & York River Railroad, 194
  • Richmond Dispatch, 179, 328
  • Richmond Enquirer, 296
  • Richmond Evening Gazette, 98
  • Richmond Examiner, 51, 102, 146, 267, 328
  • Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad, 79, 163, 230, 251
  • Richmond Gas Co., 204
  • Ricker, ----, 153
  • Rinah (slave) (ident., 235), 234
  • Rio Grande, 149
  • Ripley, Roswell S. (sketch, 7:428), 61, 283
  • Rives, Alfred L., 349
  • Rives, James H.: Ls from, 121, 368
  • Roanoke River, N.C., defenses, 397, 399
  • Robards, H. C., 354
  • Robert (slave) (ident., 4:14), 344
  • Roberts, F. C.: L from, 269
  • Roberts, Samuel A.: L from, 288
  • Robertson, Beverly H., 204
  • Robertson, Felix H., 73
  • Robertson, H. R., 246
  • Robertson, John R., xliii
  • Robinson, James F., 48
  • Robinson, John M., 321
  • Rocky Gap, W.Va., 370
  • Rocky Mount, N.C., 310
  • Roddey, Philip D. (sketch, 5), 4, 5-6, 206, 335
  • Rodes, Robert E. (sketch, 8:260): criticized, 352; Gettysburg, 261; promoted, 171; recommended, 129, 165, 171; mentioned, 196, 208, 215
  • Roebuck, John A. (sketch, 257), 256
  • Rome, Ga., Arsenal, 190
  • Romney, W.Va., skirmish, 80
  • Rosecrans, William S. (sketch, 8:471): Chattanooga Rebel and, 29; Chickamauga, 406; criticized, 27, 29; operations, ix, x, 87, 273, 274, 366, 373, 375, 410, (Davis), 287, 369, 380, 383, 390-91, (Lee), 380, 385, 396; reinforcements for, 116, 122, 129, 130, 137, 367, 411, 414, 415, 416, to Grant, 213, 215; Stones River, 9; mentioned, xii, 107, 125, 269, 306, 335
  • Ross, Fitzgerald, xliii
  • Rosser, Thomas L., 53, 352
  • Rost, Pierre A. (sketch, 7:257), 147, 177
  • Roy, ----, 381
  • Royston, Grandison D.: E by, 100; L from, 36; mentioned, 292
  • Ruggles, Daniel (sketch, 7:198), 68, 353
  • Rummel, Francis C. (ident., 325), 323
  • Russell, Lord John (sketch, 7:106), 229, 257
  • Russia: CSA and, 102, 147, 258
  • Rust, Albert, 63

S

  • Sabine Pass, Texas, Battle of, 372, 414
  • Sage, Bernard J.: L from, 114; mentioned, 389
  • St. John, Isaac, 394
  • St. Johns River, Fla., 34
  • St. Martin, Jules (sketch, 379), 378
  • St. Roman, Henri de (ident., 330), 329, 332
  • St. Roman, Marie S. (ident., 330)
  • Sale, John B. (sketch, 8:547), 53, 73
  • Salisbury, N.C., 85, 124
  • salt: price, 238; saltworks, 48, 173, 254, 369, 370, 389, 400; supply, 5, 26, 46, 113, 344, 361, 384, 387, 396
  • Saltville, Va., 369, 370, 389, 400
  • Sanders, ----, 18
  • Sanders, Anna R.: Davis and, xlii; L to, 214
  • Sanders, George N., 214, 409, 417
  • Sanders, John C. C., 336
  • Sanders, William P. (sketch, 5:132): L to, 417
  • Satellite, CSS, 354
  • Savannah, CSS, 18
  • Savannah, Ga.: defenses, 47, 52, 66, 90, 91, 112, 124-25, 240, 356-57, 360; threatened, 51, 91, 304, 319
  • Savannah Republican, 147
  • Saxton, Rufus, 146
  • Scales, James P., 402
  • Scales, Joseph W., 117
  • Schenck, Robert C. (sketch, 2:570), 181
  • Schroder, J. Henry, & Co., 330
  • Schroder, Johann H. (ident., 331)
  • Schroder, John H. W. (ident., 331), 330
  • Schurz, Carl (sketch, 7:120), 81, 88
  • Scott, Powhatan G.: L from, 140
  • Scott, Samuel S., 48
  • Scott, Sutton S.: E to, 347
  • Scott, Winfield (sketch, 1:107), 109
  • secession: Davis on, 418; Toombs and, 401
  • secret service, 156, 158
  • Seddon, James A. (sketch, 7:115): annual report, 6-7; appointed secretary of war, 26; bread riot, 146; criticized, 72, 105, 229; Davis reprimands, 63; Johnston and, ix, 61, 88, 189, 218, 226, 232, 239, 249, 252-53, 269; Lee and, 156, 171, 179, 202, 215, 251, 362; on artillery organization, 116, blockade-runners, 179, H. von Borcke, 336, congressional relations, 140, 149, conscription, 6-7, 189, cotton sales, 161, E. Tenn., 368, exemptions, 189, 363, Ga. home guard, 191, I. G. Harris, 322, impressed slaves, 149, provost marshals, 85, slave laborers, 42, 341, strategy, xi, Trans-Miss. affairs, 223, 311, 413; railroads, 310; Raleigh riot, 388; replies for Davis, 26, 66, 293, 298, 323, 348, 355, 372; Richmond defenses, 255, 259; Vicksburg reinforcements, 179; Es to, 42, 92, 136, 159, 179, 191, 215, 322, 336, 340, 355, 375, 397, 402, 403; Es by, 27, 191, 322, 336, 403; Ls to, 3, 63, 139, 160, 181, 255, 362, 383; Ls from, 6-7, 19, 34, 51, 53, 54, 61, 62, 63, 65, 70, 71, 73-74, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91, 96, 100, 103, 112, 114, 116, 120, 134, 139, 140, 149, 150, 158, 159, 161, 204, 215, 218, 232, 239, 246, 255, 259, 264, 268, 349, 369, 394; mentioned, 166, 274, 282, 392. See also War Department
  • Sedgwick, John, 165, 210
  • Selma, Ala., shipyard, 74
  • Selma Dispatch, 393
  • Selma Reporter, 397
  • Seminole: L from battalion, 207
  • Seminole wars (Fla.), 296
  • Semmes, Thomas J.: Davis and, 419
  • Senario, Julian, 205
  • Senate: Davis on, 196; resolutions on cotton sales, 136, 150, 161, furloughed soldiers, 139, Russia, 147, telegraph, 122, trade, 149; secret sessions, 136, 149, 150, 161; Shoup's promotion, 278; veto, 160-61; Ls to, 26, 41, 71, 73, 102, 120, 150, 160-61
  • Sequestration Act, 62, 73
  • Sessums, W. C., 111
  • Settle, John A., 288
  • Seven Pines, Va., Battle of, 56, 72, 374
  • Seward, William H. (sketch, 4:46), 284, 347, 370
  • Sexton, Franklin B.: Davis and, xli; L from, 51
  • Sharkey, William L. (sketch, 2:157), 364
  • Sharp, Thomas R., 39
  • Sharps rifles, 151
  • Shelby, Joseph O., 45
  • Shenandoah Valley, Va., 24, 39, 209, 219, 268
  • Shepherd, Jesse G.: L from, 281
  • Shepherd, William S., 388
  • Sheridan, Philip, 84
  • Sherman, William T. (sketch, 6): and Davis' papers, 302, 381-82; operations, 4, 78, 168, 200, 271, 289, 292, 304, 309, 412
  • Shewmake, John T., 346
  • Shiloh, Tenn., Battle of, 136
  • Ship Island, Miss., 350
  • Shirley, James, 365
  • Shorter, Eli S., xli, 38
  • Shorter, John Gill (sketch, 8:545): Bragg and, 273, 274; on conscription, 368; praised, 416; Ls to, 41, 188; Ls from, 20, 166, 333; mentioned, 38, 362, 367
  • Shoup, Francis A. (sketch, 8:364): Davis and, 277, 278
  • Shreveport, La.: manufacturing, 173, 221, 381; Trans-Miss. headquarters, 221
  • Sibley, Henry H. (sketch, 8:84): L from, 205
  • Sickles, Daniel E., 325
  • Sigel, Franz (sketch, 81), 79, 87, 125
  • Signal Corps, 149, 156, 211
  • Sill, Joshua W., 3
  • Sims, Frederick W., 293
  • slavery: abolition sentiment, 144; Biblical defense, 369; Davis on, 21; war and, 319
  • slaves: Ala., 359; arming, 340, 407; army use as cooks, 395, drivers, 275, laborers, xii, 55, 58, 105, 114, 283, 339-40, 349, 364, (Va.), 34, 41-42, 47, 52, 54, 61, 73-74, 89, 90, 100, 103, 105, 349, nurses, 315, 393, 395, soldiers, 293, 304, 312-13, 333, 340, 374; Fla., 20, 65, 143-44, 189, 320, 364; Ga., 97; impressed, vi, 35, 100-101, 149, 158, 340; insurrection rumors, 65, 186, (Davis), 13, 108, 199, 317; Ky., 48; La., 231; medical care (Davis'), 188, 198; Miss., 55, 58, 196, 198, 205, 206-7, 217, 241, 293, 320, 340, 344, 345, 347, 354, 384, 395; runaways, vi, 20, 55, 100-101, 105, 149, 359, 364; U.S. Army and, 146, 198, 200, 205, 207, 217, 231, 263, 300, 304, 320, 344, 364. See also blacks; Davis, Jefferson--servants and slaves
  • Slidell, John (sketch, 5:7): as commissioner, viii, 102, 153, 258, 321, 371; Erlanger loan, 18, 331; family, 330, 332; Napoleon III and, 332, 333
  • Slocum, Henry W. (sketch, 81), 79, 410, 411
  • Small, Nathaniel W.: Ls from, 263, 268
  • Smedes, William C. (sketch, 5:71), 26
  • Smith, Andrew J. (sketch, 6:113), 162
  • Smith, Anna Davis (sister) (sketch, 1:329), 233, 241, 347
  • Smith, Cotesworth P. (sketch, 135), 135
  • Smith, Edmund Kirby (sketch, 8:31): assignments, viii, 22, 32, 44, 75, 87, 91, 115, 117, 130, 213, 222, 333, 382; criticized, 229; Davis on, 34, 277, 281, 311, 361; health, 382; Ky. campaign, 29; McCown and, 158; on assignment, 222, generals, 413, Holmes, 221, U.S. operations, 159, 412; powers (Davis), 289, 309; praised, 6, 187, 324, 366; recommended, 40, 47; staff, 95, 134, 224; Trans-Miss. finances, 78, 413, headquarters, 173, 221, operations, 205, 223, 233, 246, 295, 412, organization, 221-22, 260, 288; Vicksburg, 223, 254, 276, 354; Ls to, 103, 171-72, 254, 279-80; Ls from, 213, 220-23, 371-72, 382, 412-13; mentioned, 17, 64, 97, 148, 229, 239. See also Trans-Mississippi Department
  • Smith, Gustavus W. (sketch, 7:306): confers with Randolph (1862), 57; Davis and, xli, 27, 55-56, 58, 72-73, 85, 366; health, 40, 56, 72; N.C. operations, 20, 24, 27, 47; rank, 27, 55- 56, 72; resigns, 58; L from, 72-73
  • Smith, James A., 368
  • Smith, James P. (sketch, 135), 64, 135
  • Smith, Joseph Davis (nephew), 241
  • Smith, Larkin, 232
  • Smith, Leon, 70
  • Smith, Martin L. (sketch, 7:363): L to, 69; L from, 71; mentioned, 17, 42
  • Smith, William, 336, 362
  • Smith, William F., 81
  • Snapp, Phillip B.: L from, 238-39
  • Solitude plantation, 242
  • Solomon, Charley (slave), 345
  • Soule, Pierre (sketch, 4:125), 408
  • South Carolina: and captured black soldiers, 355; conscription, 52, 53, 125, 286, 394, (Davis), 297; crops, 70; deserters, 319; disaffection (Davis), 389; slaves as laborers, 283; U.S. troops in, 266
  • South Carolina and Georgia, Department of. See Beauregard, P. G. T.
  • South Carolina troops: 1st Infantry, 120; 3d Infantry, 153; 5th Infantry, 250; 1st Reserve Corps, 52, 54, 70, 71; 4th Reserve Corps, 70, 71; 10th Reserve Corps, 70, 71; artillery company, 349; consolidation, 125; militia, 53, 54, 70, 71, 73, 74, 263, 270, 285, 297, 338; L from officers, 85
  • Southern Historical Society, 5, 209
  • Southern Railroad (Miss.), 26, 99
  • Spain, 99, 284, 330
  • Sparrow, Edward: army bill, 109; Davis and, 419; report by, 35; Ls to, 34, 51
  • Spaulding, George H., 302
  • Spear, Samuel P. (sketch, 296), 251, 295
  • speculators/extortioners: Ala., 121-22, 183; Calif., 103; criticized, 91, 141, 333, 348, 378, 393; Davis on, 42-43, 136, 184, 395; Fla., 130, 142-45; Ga., 376; La., 98; Miss., 5, 113, 306-7; Richmond, 415-16; S.C., 283; Texas, 184; Trans-Miss., 34, 42-43, 45, 222, 412; Va., 92, 355
  • Spence, E. B., 418
  • Spence, James M. (sketch, 8:582), 330
  • Spencer, H. L.: L from, 35
  • spies, 24, 141, 156, 211, 219, 261, 285-86, (U.S.), 211, 312, 391
  • Spilman, Edward M.: L from, 74
  • Stafford County, Va., 23
  • Stamps, Isaac Davis (nephew) (sketch, 5:135): Davis and, 346; death, 235; mentioned, 162
  • Stamps, Mary Humphreys (niece-in-law) (sketch, 5:135): travels to Richmond, 233; L from, 346
  • Stamps, William (brother-in-law) (sketch, 1:275), 233, 241, 324
  • Stanton, Edwin M. (sketch, 8:311), 84, 261
  • Starke, Peter B. (sketch, 2:198): Ls from, 171, 180
  • State Department estimates, 122. See also Benjamin, Judah P.
  • state rights: Davis on, 161, 418; Stephens on, 215
  • Steele, Frederick (sketch, 413), 372, 412
  • Steele, William (sketch, 132), 131, 221, 371
  • Steele's Bayou, Miss., 68
  • Stephens, Alexander H. (sketch, 4:50): criticized, 284; Davis and, xlii, xliii; missions to Washington (1861), 215, (1863), 244-45, 254, 268; travels to Richmond, 150, 229, 232; Ls to, 229, 254, 362, 395; Ls from, 41, 150, 184, 215, 232-33, 268, 373; mentioned, 250, 414
  • Stevens, Clement H., 61
  • Stevenson, Carter L. (sketch, 8:333): assignments, 18, 138, 313; Miss. operations, 30, 99, 105, 112, 113, 116, 196, 200, 286
  • Stevenson, John D., 162
  • Stewart, Alexander P., 148-49, 158, 196
  • Stockdale, Thomas R., 320
  • Stockton, Philip, 199
  • Stoess, Margaret Howell (sister-in-law) (sketch, 2:248), 115
  • Stoneman, George (sketch, 156): operations, 105, 155, 159, 168, 170-71, 191; troop strength, 150
  • Stones River, Tenn., Battle of: Bragg's reports, 3, 9, 33, 72, 73; casualties, 18, 30; Davis on, 8, 12; Johnston on, 59; Polk's report, 119; retreat, 9, 28
  • Stono River, S.C., 139, 140
  • Streight, Abel D., 176, 191, 273
  • Stringer, Levi N.: L from, 98
  • Stringfellow, Charles S. (sketch, 399), 398, 403
  • Stuart, J. E. B. (sketch, 7:243): Chancellorsville, 164; criticized, 213; Gettysburg campaign, 261, 263; W. E. Jones and, 157-58; Lee and, 53, 403; on U.S. operations, 147, 155; operations, 148, 159, 161, 169, 230, 232, 238, 384; troop strength, 150, 384, 386; E by, 27; L from, 336; mentioned, 82, 83, 193, 316
  • Stuart, Richard, 149
  • Stump, George W. (sketch, 84), 79
  • Sturdivant, Matthew, 20
  • Sturdivant, Willis: L from, 20
  • subsistence. See Commissary Department
  • Suffolk, Va.: threatened, 62, 85, 295, 308; U.S. evacuates, 232, 245, 263
  • Sumner, Edwin V. (sketch, 1:294), 81
  • supreme court, 3, 219
  • Susquehanna River, 261
  • Swan, William G.: Ls from, 52, 54
  • Sykes, William A. (sketch, 175): L to, 173-75
 

T

  • Taliaferro, William B., 112, 242
  • Tallahatchie River, Miss., 67, 96, 110, 112
  • Tansill, Robert, 369
  • Tappan, James C. (sketch, 7:402), 42, 44, 223
  • Tate, George W.: L from, 252
  • taxes: CSA, vii, 114, 184, 222, 380, 397; Davis on, 21, 96; state, 78, 324; suggested, 16, 91, 353; tax in kind, 183, 232
  • Taylor, J. M.: L from, 333
  • Taylor, J. W. S.: L to, 342-43
  • Taylor, Nannie, 343
  • Taylor, Octavia P.: L from, 73
  • Taylor, Richard (sketch, 1:408): Davis on, 270, 389; La. operations, 173, 222, 265, 268, 270, 315, 414; New Orleans plan, 68; on clothing bureau, 224, J. M. Hawes, 360; reports by, 45, 96, 270; troop strength, 371, 412; mentioned, ix, 35, 354, 408
  • Taylor, Sereno: L from, 99
  • Taylor, Thomas B.: L from, 212
  • Taylor, Thomas H.: Ls from, 65, 415; mentioned, 199, 304, 306
  • Taylor, Walter H., 338
  • Taylor, William H. S.: L from, 359
  • Taylor, Zachary (sketch, 1:250): L from, 417; mentioned, 302
  • telegraph: censorship, 30; construction, 122; deciphering, 106, 185, 186-87, 289, 294, 311, 361, 409, 415, (Davis), 411; estimate, 122, 159; ownership of, 72, 73
  • Tennessee: conscription, 27, 33, 60, 89-90, 199, 273, 276, 335; operations, ix-x, xii, 3, 16, 17, 18, 28-30, 37-38, 114, 137-38, 273, 305-6, 326, 352, 369, 370, 375, 376, 396, 404-5, 410, (Davis), 8, 9, 12, 18, 37, 247, 397-99, 410-11, 415; railroads, 286, 288, 303, 312, 376, 400, 410, 414; strategy, 33, 72, 86, 116, 141, 187, 188, 246, 272-73, 335, 336, 396, 401, 414, (Davis), 26, 30, 101, 106, 116, 129, 130, 226, 231, 240, 282, 367, 369, 374, 375, 380, 383-84, 390-91, 394; U.S. operations, 3, 17, 18, 27, 28-29, 59, 113, 116, 130, 137, 216, 219, 243, 350, 369, 373, 375, 380, 390-91, 393-94, 401, 402, 403, 407, 409, 410, 411, 414; Ls from citizens, 199, congressmen, 151. See also Army of Tennessee; East Tennessee
  • Tennessee, Department of. See Bragg, Braxton
  • Tennessee troops: 1st Cavalry, 400; 12th Cavalry, 349; 1st Infantry, 296; 2d Infantry, 356, 368; 7th Infantry, 38, 296; 14th Infantry, 296; 21st Infantry, 356, 368; 38th Infantry, 358; 40th Infantry, 133; 154th Senior Infantry, 335; consolidation, 356, 368; deserters, 349; furloughed, 310; militia, 373; organization (Davis), 359; recruiting, 349, (Davis), 202, 295
  • Tennessee troops (U.S.): 6th Cavalry, 335
  • Tensas River, La., 71, 76
  • Texas: cattle trade, 184-85; clothing manufacture, 69; conscription, 22, 94, 275; defenses, 16, 138, 184; disaffection, 46, 93-94; finances, 153, 279; food supplies, 184, 275; Indian incursions, 115; martial law, 93; munitions, 173, 275, 372; politics, 93; threatened, 412; trade, vii
  • Texas troops: 1st Cavalry, 51; 7th Cavalry, 132, 5th Infantry, 139, 194; Texas Rangers, 115; commanders, 51; Hispanic, 95; militia, 275; strength, 172; L from officers, 51
  • Texas troops (U.S.), 95
  • Thayer, Eli, 145
  • Thomas, Edward L., 316
  • Thomas, William H. (ident., 224), 222
  • Thomas Freeborn, USS, 83
  • Thompson, David H., 415
  • Thompson, Waddy (sketch, 2:402): L to, 417
  • Thorburn, Charles E., 263
  • tobacco: production, 97, 136, 145, 184; trade, 144, 179
  • Tochman, Gaspar: L from, 397
  • Todd, Robert S.: L from, 17
  • Tombigbee River defenses, 74
  • Toombs, Robert (sketch, 4:236): criticized, 362; Davis and, 380, 401; mentioned, 346
  • torpedoes, 70, 75, 190, 205, 399
  • Tower muskets, 373
  • Tracy, Edward D., 161
  • Trans-Mississippi Department: administration, 221-22; clothing supplies, 69, 222, 289; commander, viii-ix, 94, 324, (Davis), 75; communications, 171, 213, 220, 221, 288-89, 311, 360; conditions, 36, 42, 46, 47, 70, 131, 220, 275, 278, 280, (Davis), 76, 279; conscription, 222; cotton trade, 149, 253; Davis on, 115, 125, 172, 276, 281, 309; disaffection, 279, 281, (Davis), 309; finances, 76, 412-13; food supplies, 91, 131, 211, 222, 275; governors' conference, 311; headquarters, 221; home guard, 372; Indians, 279; inspector, 403; manufacturing (Davis), 276-77; morale, 372, 412, (army), 280, 324; mules, 89; munitions, 131-32, 148, 221, 290, 371-72, 412, (Davis), 172, 276; organization (Davis), 75, 333, (Smith), 288, 382; recruiting, 45, 220; reinforcements to Miss., 43, 172, 354; strategy, 229, 246, (Davis), 279-80, 389, criticized, 342; and Treasury, 78, 222, 382, 412-13, (Davis), 289; troop strength, 173, 221, 371, 412; U.S. operations, 371, 412. See also specific states; Holmes, Theophilus H.; Smith, Edmund Kirby
  • Treasury Department: agent abroad, 330; bonds, 91, 253, 279, 370; claims, 58, 85; clerks, 254, 336; cotton purchases and trade, 98, 253; counterfeiting, 38, 50, 219, 275, 320; currency, 7, 114, 253, 306, 322, 362, 370, 389; estimates, 154; female employees, 73; office schedule, 336, space, 154; and Post Office, 253, 268, 305, 322-23, 352; Trans-Miss., 78, 222, 382, 412-13, (Davis), 289. See also Memminger, Christopher G.
  • Trent affair, 257
  • Trimble, Isaac R., 165, 171, 260
  • Tucker, John R., 304, 321
  • Tucker, Nathaniel Beverley (sketch, 8:110): L from, 282
  • Tullahoma, Tenn., 98, 141, 169, 273, 274, 288
  • Tupper, Tullius C. (sketch, 8:354): L from, 103; mentioned, 95
  • Turley, E. W.: L from, 176
  • Turner, Washington: L from, 17
  • Tyler, John (sketch, 2:133), 35
  • Tyler, Robert, 73
 

U

  • unionism. See disaffection; reconstruction (reunion)
  • United Confederate Veterans, 278
  • United States: call for troops, 6, 82, 243; claim for vessel, 99; conscription, 79, 389, 396; cotton trade, 160, 165, 329, 339, 402, (Davis), 177-78; Davis on, 8, 11, 12, 13, 21, 277, 317; Democrats, 15, 220; election of 1862, 15; patronage, 246; peace sentiment, 10, 213, 243; plots against, 285-86, 347; religious persecution, 348; spies, 211, 312, 391. See also Lincoln, Abraham
  • United States Army: 5th Colored Heavy Artillery, 234; 49th Colored Infantry, 234; 51st Colored Infantry, 234; 63d Colored Infantry, 234; I Corps, 81; II Corps, 81; III Corps, 81; V Corps, 81; VI Corps, 81; IX Corps, 63, 81, 82, 116, 122, 126, 219, 352; XI Corps, 81, 88, 352, 354, 385, 410, 411, 416; XII Corps, 81, 354, 410, 411, 416; XIII Corps, 414; XIX Corps, 81, 414; XXIII Corps, 219; Depts. of the East, 297, Fla., 84, the Gulf, 172, 210, N.C., 84, the Ohio, 82, 84, 125, the South, 84, Va., 297, Washington, 245; artillery, 16, 30, 77, 147, 160, 171, 189, 198, 203, 205, 208, 211, 219, 230, 271, 272, 280, 283, 292, 295, 298, 307, 348, 350, 385, 398; black troops, 112, 152, 233, 237, 293, 304, 307, 322, 355, 397, praised, 289; casualties at Gettysburg, 260, Stones River, 33; cavalry, 16, 27, 32, 39, 45, 81, 126, 147, 150, 155, 156-57, 159, 160, 162, 166-67, 168, 170, 179, 196, 197, 209, 234, 245, 248, 251, 254, 263, 268, 280, 295, 302, 324, 346, 369, 375, 380, 384, 385, 397, 410; censorship, 23; deserters and stragglers, 74, 111, 117, 126, 139; flags of truce, 32; Grand Divisions, 81-82; "mud march," 24; munitions for, 236, 238, 272, 376; mutiny, 99; prosthetics, 325; recruiting abroad, 315, 348, 414; and slaves, 146, 231, 263, 300, 304, 320, 364, (Davis'), 198, 200, 205, 207, 217, 344; strength in Ark., 412, at Ark. Post, 45, Baton Rouge, 38, 99, 148, Chancellorsville, 167, Charleston, 139, Culpeper, 384, in E. Tenn., 400, at Fredericksburg, 24, 211, in La., 38, 79, 148, 414, Miss., 99, 161, 188, 196, N.C., 17, 25, at Stones River, 30, in Tenn., 88, Trans-Miss., 371, 412, at Vicksburg, 12, 190, in Va., 148, 155, 170, 209, 232, 245, 250, 268, 313, 415; substitutes, 82. See also specific commanders and locales
  • United States Ford, Va., 79
  • United States Military Academy: alumni, 5, 6, 30, 81, 82, 83, 84, 128, 132, 133, 156, 157, 209, 210, 223, 238, 262, 297, 302, 323, 386, 400, 413; Davis and, 380, 401; Davis' report on (1860), 216
  • United States Navy: Ark. Post, 45; Charleston, 139; coastal operations, 236; Davis on, 110; ironclads, 91, 100; Miss. River, 99, 100, 101, 104, 105, 148, 149, 167
  • Upshur, Annie A.: L from, 39
  • Urquhart, David (sketch, 31), 18, 28
  • Urquhart, Thomas H.: Ls from, 41-42, 52
 

V

  • Vallandigham, Clement L., 204, 211, 244, 253
  • Van Benthuysen, Joseph D. (sketch, 8:160), 377
  • Van Benthuysen, Mary, 395
  • Van Benthuysen, Thomas P.: L from, 263
  • Van Buren, Ark., raid, 132
  • Vance, Robert B., 84
  • Vance, Zebulon B. (sketch, 8:477): and conscription, 8, 121, 193, 255, 269-70; Davis and, xliii, 8, 288, 312, 351; and N.C. politics, 281, 306; on appointments, 263, Raleigh riot, 381, 382, 388; and Raleigh Standard, 306, 351; Ls to, 22, 187, 199, 255, 271, 280, 288, 304, 312, 348, 351, 359, 381, 388; Ls from, 48, 92, 121, 139, 186, 255, 263, 269-70, 306, 360, 381, 382, 389; mentioned, 17, 369, 376, 389
  • Van Dorn, Earl (sketch, 7:306): assignments, 33, 46, 59, (Davis), 174; court of inquiry, 148; Davis on, 148, 167; death, 171, 180; operations, 4, 137, 167; rank (Davis), 55; staff, 5, 133; L to, 26; Ls from, 25-26, 148; mentioned, 6, 35, 169, 274
  • Van Pelt, Andrew J.: L from, 92
  • Vaughn, John C. (sketch, 7:209): L from, 359; mentioned, 5
  • Venable, Charles S., 338
  • Vermont cavalry, 126
  • Vicksburg, Miss.: artillery, 10, 47, 63, 90, 96, 99, 101, 104, 105, 149, 174, 185, 298; canals, 59-60, 69, 78, 88, 99, 100; casualties, 197, 198, 275, 284; court of inquiry, 312, 334, 341, 347, 353, 357-58, 378; Davis on capture of, 264, 269, 270, 281, 290-91, 308, 311, 357-58, importance of, 43-44, 67-68, 125, 166, 168, 169, 187-88, 200, 231, 239, 247, 304-5; defenses, 71, 117, 141, 148, 155, 165, 197, 207, 216, 233, 240-41, 244, 354, (Davis), viii, x-xi, 10, 47, 67- 68, 96, 101, 104, 150-51, 172, 174, 183, 186, 189, 192, 200, 203, 205, 239, 240, 254, 265, 354, (Johnston), xi, 4-5, 59-60, 68, 88, 187, 188, 189-90, 203, 209, 216, 224, 226, 228, 234, 239, 240, 242, 247, 264-65, 268, 269, 275, 280, 314, 325, (Pemberton), 10, 63, 99-100, 101, 104, 105, 112, 115, 116, 130, 138, 149, 158, 161, 162-63, 164, 181-82, 185; effects of capture, 241, 320-21, 331, 365, 396; garrison morale, 116-17, 217, strength, 101, 196, 204; invested, 186, 188, 189, 196; Pemberton's report, 168, 306, 312, 313-14; prisoners, 269, 270, 275, 284, 307, 324, 336, 341, 351, 359, 380, (Davis), 269, 271, 279, 283, 288, 293, 307, 341, 342, 349; provisions, 4, 222, 233, 284, 297, 325, 380, (Davis), 123, 292; reinforcements for, ix, 4, 63, 104, 130, 179, 180, 181-82, 185, 188, 197, 203, 205, 209, 216, 222, 230, 235, 240, 246, (Davis), 43-44, 161, 166, 168-69, 174, 181, 185, 186, 187-88, 189, 197, 198-99, 206, 215-16, 231, 239, 240, 247, 254, 354, 374; U.S. garrison, 311-12, 346-47, 410, reinforcements, 205, 216, 219, 232, 245
  • Vicksburg, Shreveport & Texas Railroad raid (1862), 45
  • Victoria, Queen, 257
  • Villepigue, John B. (sketch, 8:514), 274
  • "Vindicus" article, 306, 314, 342
  • Virginia: conditions, 48, 179, 184, 197; conscription, 88, 398; court system, 114; crops, 88, 179, 184; Davis praises, 11, 14; disaffection, 48; martial law, 114; military dept., 47-48, 69; prices, 91, 238, 355, 389-90; railroad control, 113; slaves as laborers, 34, 41-42, 47, 52, 54, 61, 73-74, 89, 90, 100, 103, 105, 349; U.S. operations, 62, 99, 141, 179, 184, 207, 211, 232, 263, 268, (Davis), 12, 17, 160, 166-67, 192, 207, 230, 232, 295, (Lee), 23-24, 35-36, 39, 63, 79-80, 105, 126, 147, 159-60, 161, 162, 163, 165, 171, 208-9, 210-11, 212, 219, 230-31, 232, 313, 316, 317, 382, 385, 396, strategy, 52, 74, 229, 312, (Davis), 36-37, 63, 68, 112, 248-49, 318, 397-98, (Lee), 35-36, 66, 78-80, 125, 147-48, 155, 180, 199, 208-9, 212, 219, 231, 236-37, 238, 243-44, 245, 266, 284, 304, 352, 354, 385-86, 394, 396, 397, 410, 416; Ls from citizens, 88, 179, 355, 389-90
  • Virginia, CSS, 156, 418
  • Virginia and North Carolina, Department of. See Hill, Daniel H.; Longstreet, James
  • Virginia & Tennessee Railroad, 240, 312, 410
  • Virginia Central Railroad, 34, 105, 170, 248
  • Virginia Military Institute: alumnus, 242; Davis on, 216
  • Virginia Resolutions (1798): Davis on, 11-12
  • Virginia troops: Black Horse Cavalry, 82; 1st Cavalry, 83, 157; 2d Cavalry, 83; 3d Cavalry, 83; 4th Cavalry, 82; 7th Cavalry, 157; 18th Cavalry, 83, 84; 7th Infantry, 262; 17th Infantry, 250; 54th Infantry, 85; 57th Infantry, 262; McNeill's Rangers, 83-84; 62d Mounted Infantry, 83, 84; deserters, 347; militia, 238-39, 285, 317, 347, 392, 398; L from officers, 85
  • Vizetelly, Frank, 284
  • Vose, Israel G.: recommended, 347; L from, 47
 

W

  • Wade, William B. (sketch, 3:43), 121, 154
  • Wadley, William M.: on railroads, 114; mentioned, 105, 113
  • Walker, ----, Col., 255
  • Walker, David: Davis and, xlii, 108; mentioned, 70
  • Walker, James D. (sketch, 108), 106
  • Walker, John G.: report by, 359-60; Vicksburg, 222, 354
  • Walker, Lucius M. (sketch, 133), 131, 133, 280
  • Walker, Tandy: L from, 239
  • Walker, William (sketch, 5:65), 360
  • Walker, William H. T.: promoted, 188, 196, 199; recommended, 186, 188; mentioned, 51, 367, 376
  • Walker, William S., 112
  • Wall, Frances S.: L from, 306-7
  • Wall, Henry H.: L from, 165
  • Wallace, Alexander M., 109
  • Wallace, Campbell: L from, 286
  • Wallace, James, 53
  • Waller, William: L from, 35
  • Walthall, Edward C., 89, 90
  • Walthall, Leonidas N. (sketch, 341): L from, 339-40
  • Walton, James B., 92, 101
  • Ward, Charley (slave), 345
  • War Department: annual report, 6-7; claims, 140, 397; criticized, 297, 348-49, 414; estimates and expenses, 19, 139, 159; New Orleans inquiry, 65, 97. See also army; Seddon, James A.
  • Ware's Point, Va., skirmish, 83
  • Waring, Joseph F., 6
  • Wartburg, Tenn., 265
  • Washburn, James, 84
  • Washington, D.C.: defenses (Davis), 248, 259, (Lee), 147, 236, 243, 266; and Gettysburg campaign, 259, 261, 267
  • Washington, George: Davis compared to, 356; mentioned, 203
  • Washington, James B. (ident., 128), 128
  • Washington, Thornton A., 69
  • Washington & New Orleans Telegraph Co., 73
  • Washington Union: Davis and, 417-18
  • Watie, Stand (sketch, 133), 131
  • Watkins, George C. (sketch, 278), 230, 276
  • Watterson, Henry (sketch, 33), 32
  • Watts, Thomas H. (sketch, 8:313): annual report, 3; Davis on, 395; opinions on appeal, 219, appointments, 134, 225, Cairo claim, 312, citizenship, 89-90, impressed slaves, 100-101, Post Office funds, 268, volunteer navy, 389; L to, 395; Ls from, 3, 62, 89-90, 100-101, 134, 219, 225, 264, 268, 312, 389; mentioned, 73
  • Wayne, Henry C. (sketch, 6:95), 51, 61
  • Weir, John, 136
  • Weldon, N.C.: defenses (Davis), 308, 399; threatened, 297, 310, 397
  • Welles, Gideon, 108
  • Welsh, Israel V.: Ls from, 136, 396-97
  • West. See Trans-Mississippi Department
  • West, Absolom M.: L from, 321-22
  • West, Department of the. See Johnston, Joseph E.
  • Western & Atlantic Railroad: Bragg and, 101-2, 105, 106, 126, 185; defenses, 190-91, 253; rates, 253, 293
  • West Point, Va., 192, 201
  • West Virginia, 83-84, 254, 354, 389
  • West Virginia troops, 245
  • Wharton, C. R., 335
  • Wharton, Gabriel C., 311, 336
  • Wharton, John A., 375, 384, 411
  • Wharton, Thomas J. (sketch, 6:137), 197-98, 204
  • Wheeler, John H. (sketch, 8:237): Davises and, xlii, xliii
  • Wheeler, John M., 264, 275
  • Wheeler, Joseph (sketch, 30): Chickamauga, 407; Stones River, 3, 28; Tenn. operations, 38, 274
  • Whig Party, 292
  • White, Edward B.: L from, 316
  • White, Elijah V., 232
  • White, Elizabeth Bradford (niece): L to, 418
  • White, George W., 184
  • White, Maunsel, 418
  • White, Pleasant W., 361
  • White House, Va., 248
  • White River, Ark., defenses (Davis), 75, 389
  • Whitfield, James (sketch, 175): Davis and, 173, 286; E by, 384; L to, 173-75; L from, 336; mentioned, 154, 159
  • Whitfield, John F., 364
  • Whitfield, John W., 51
  • Whitfield, Lea C.: L to, 364
  • Whiting, W. H. C. (sketch, 7:58): assignment (Davis), 192; Charleston defenses, 62, 271, 310, (Davis), 50; Lee on, 80; on blockade-runners, 160, 206, 239; Wilmington defenses, 25, 80, 139, 235, 271, 320, 357, 369, 383, (Davis), 308, 390; Ls from, 160, 235; mentioned, 177
  • Whittle, Lewis N.: L from, 125
  • Whitworth rifled guns, 348
  • Wickham, William F. (sketch, 251), 248
  • Wickham, Williams C. (sketch, 82): recommended, 316-17; L from, 27; mentioned, 79, 251
  • Wigfall, Louis T. (sketch, 6:342): Davises and, xli, 418; on Davis, 311; L to, 418
  • Wilcox, Cadmus M.: rank, 365; recommended, 186, 188, 197, 316
  • Wilcox County, Ala.: L from citizens, 359
  • Wiley, Calvin H.: L to, 151
  • Williams, Charles S., 365
  • Williams, J. Preston: L from, 365-66
  • Williams, John S.: E. Tenn., 369, 376, 384; on his career, 109; L from, 109
  • Williams, Joseph R.: L from, 360
  • Williamsport, Md., 260, 263-64, 267, 268, 269, 270
  • Wilmington, N.C.: artillery (Davis), 47, 85, 235, 390; blockade-running, 160, 204, 206, 239, 284, 320, (Davis), 177-78; defenses, 62, 304, 348, 362, 369, (Davis), 37, 85, 139, 295, 308, 317, 357, 359, 383, (Lee), 16, 24, 52, 80, 170; shirkers in, 320
  • Wilmington & Weldon Railroad defenses, 397, 399, (Davis), 247, 308, 359
  • Wilson, Henry (sketch, 6:14), 82
  • Winchester, Va.: Battle of, 219; skirmishes, 81; mentioned, 261, 269, 312
  • Winder, John H. (sketch, 1:94): recommended, 151; mentioned, 108, 250
  • Wingfield, James H., 252
  • Wisdom, Dew M.: report by, 335
  • Wise, Henry A. (sketch, 6:55): assignments (Davis), 207, 381, (Lee), 204-5, 379, 381, 382; operations, 192, (Davis), 248; staff, 242
  • Withers, Jones M. (sketch, 7:372), 31, 50
  • Withers, William T., 42
  • Wofford, William T.: assignment, 361, 383; Lee on, 382, 403, 410
  • women: apply for work, 73; Davis praises, 12-13, 14, 15, 343, 358; envelope-makers, 182; food riots, viii, 146; on army, 213, 306-7, 374, home front, 46-47, 179, 198, 229, 231, 306- 7, 324, 376, 396; Ls to, 162, 176-77, 191, 214, 286-87, 303-4, 354, 365; Ls from, 26, 39, 46-47, 73, 97, 115-16, 121-22, 127-28, 179, 198, 213, 231, 283-84, 284-85, 289, 306-7, 320, 322, 346, 374, 376, 396
  • Wood, Fernando, 244
  • Wood, John Taylor (sketch, 8:190): appointed aide, 41; assignment, 53-54; Davis and, 10, 354; naval operations, 354, 391; L to, 53-53; Ls from, 62, 70, 74, 354
  • Wood, Lola M. (sketch, 8:190): L to, 354
  • Woodbury, Daniel P., 24
  • Woodville, Miss., raids, 347
  • Work, George (sketch, 2:111), 233
  • Wren, G. H., 26
  • Wren, William: L from, 341
  • Wright, Augustus R.: assignments, 274, 382; L to, 151; Ls from, 150, 343
  • Wright, David M., 322, 363
  • Wright, J.: L from, 362
  • Wright, Moses H., 274
  • Wyatt, S.: L from, 362
 

Y

  • Yancey, Dalton H., 166, 195, 214, 246
  • Yancey, William Lowndes (sketch, 6:342): Davis and, 7, 166, 195, 214, 231, 246; speaks at Raleigh, 9; Ls to, 195, 231; Ls from, 140, 166, 214, 246; mentioned, 340
  • Yandell, David W.: Davis on, 353, 379; "Vindicus" article, 314, 342
  • Yazoo River, Miss., 46, 188
  • York, Pa., 259
  • Yost, Samuel M., 408
  • Young, Betsey (slave) (ident., 235), 377. See also Eliza (slave)
  • Young, Brigham, 103
  • Young's Point, La., skirmish, 270, 359-60
  • Yulee, David L. (sketch, 4:7), 348
 

Z

  • Zollicoffer, Tenn.: defenses, 376; skirmish, 398, 401
 
 
 
 
 

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