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275 abolitionism, 2, 8, 11, 14–16, 21–24, 26, 61, 88, 113, 121, 124–25, 139, 160, 166–67, 172–73, 181, 195–97, 204 Adams County, Miss., 17 Adamson, Augustus, 61 Adams Run, S.C., 104 Africa, 38, 141, 150, 165, 199–200 African American soldiers: and accounts of assaults on women, 145–46; and the Battle of the Crater, 1, 7–8, 146–52, 187, 206; conduct at Point Lookout, 140–43; enlistment into Confederate army, 7–8, 62, 155–79, 187; enlistment into U.S. army, 111, 130–31, 206; physical description of, 141, 153; and the postwar South, 187–88 Agurs, John L., 12 Alamance County, N.C., 140 Albert (slave), 90 Albright, James, 121, 177 Alfred (slave), 89 Alleck (slave), 93 Allen, Henry Watkins, 168 Allen, Ujanirtus, 42 All That Makes a Man, 5 amalgamation. See race-mixing American Revolution, 29–30, 124, 159, 197, 205 Anderson, James, 101 Anderson, Patton, 161, 167 Anderson, Samuel S., 71 Andrews, William B. G., 89 Andersonville Prison (Camp Sumter), 142–43 Antietam campaign, 6, 26, 41, 50, 111–14 Apperson, John, 14 Armageddon, or the United States in Prophecy (Baldwin), 131 Armstrong, Edward, 182 Army of Mississippi, 110, 114 Army of Northern Virginia: and the Battle of the Crater, 147–52; and black enlistment debate, 8, 156, 171–77; body servants used in, 81, 87; invades Maryland, 1862, 111–14; invades Pennsylvania, 80, 121–22; morale of, 124; and proslavery argument, 5; slave-ownership in, 12–13; surrender of, 179, 181, 183 Army of Tennessee, 8, 76, 81, 103, 153, 158–59, 161–63 Army of the Potomac, 116, 146 Atlanta, Ga., 75, 86, 88, 102, 126, 152, 161, 165, 195 Atlanta Southern Confederacy, 48 Attack and Die (McWhiney and­Jamieson), 3 Ayers, Ed, 56, 189 Baldwin, S. D., 131 Banks, Nathaniel P., 71, 98 Barksdale, Andrew S., 147–48 Barnes, Spencer, 103 Barr, James Michael, 38 Barrow, James, 94 Basinger, William S., 176 Batchelor, Albert, 41 Bates, James C., 111, 126–27 Battery Wagner, S.C., 206 Baxter, William H., 13 Baylor, George, 106 Beard, James C., 75 Beaufort, S.C., 109–10 Beauregard, P. G. T., 23, 27, 54, 58, 62–63, 76, 134, 167 Beckett, R. C., 174 Beecher, Henry Ward, 160 Index index 276 Bell, Alfred, 182 Benjamin, Judah P., 27, 168 Bennett, Heber, 48 Berry, Stephen, 5 Bibb, W. C., 69 Birmingham, Ala., 193 black codes, 180, 183 Blackford, W. W., 194 Blight, David, 198, 208 body servants. See slaves Boesel, Ferdinand, 13 Bolling, Archibald, 97 border states, 2, 6, 16, 107, 112, 206 Box (slave), 106 Bragg, Braxton, 75, 115, 117, 205 Bragg, Junius N., 182 Brandon, William Lindsay, 185 Brazil, 186 Breckinridge, John C., 200 Breckinridge, William Campbell Preston, 200 Britain. See England Brode, Fred A., 125 Brooks, R. H., 95 Brooks, U. R., 131, 191 Brown, John, 14, 17, 22, 24, 153, 160 Brown, Joseph E., 44, 67 Brown, William Judson, 188–89 Buchanan, James, 203 Buck, Irving, 163 Buckner, Simon Bolivar, 114 Buell, Don Carlos, 109, 114 Bull Run, Battle of. See Manassas, Va. Burney, Samuel, 109 Burnside, Ambrose, 145, 147 Burrell (slave), 88, 160 Butler, Benjamin, 132, 134, 141 Cable, George Washington, 209 Calhoun, John C., 6, 18–19, 34, 198, 205 Callaway, F. R., 148 Camp Caroline, Va., 90 Cannon, J. P., 37 Carter, Charles Landon, 198 Carter, Hill, 60 Carter, James H., 90 Carter, William R., 93 Carter, William S., 90 Casey, William T., 41 Cash, Wilbur, 145 Cater, Douglas John, 22 Chambers, William Pitt, 172 Chancellorsville, Va., 56, 106 Charles (slave), 89 Charles (slave of Robert E. Park), 125 Charleston, S.C., 61, 66–67, 69, 96, 123, 182, 197 Charlottesville, Va., 82 Chattanooga, Tenn., 54, 73, 158 Chesnut, Mary, 61 Chickamauga, 106, 161, 185, 195 Christian, George L., 210 Cincinnatus, 184 Civil War Soldiers (Mitchell), 4 Clark, Henry T., 66 Cleburne, Patrick, 8, 26, 158–64, 179 Cobb, Howell, 30, 44, 61–62, 91 Cold Harbor, Va., 147 Coleman, Clayton, 145 Colfax, La., 191 colonization. See under slaves Columbia, S.C., 96 Colyar, A. S., 162 Combahee River, 122 Comer, Wallace, 88, 160 Confederate Veteran, 105, 193, 198 Confiscation Act, 11, 132 Congress, Confederate: admits Missouri into Confederacy, 112; and Currency Reform Act, 101; Jefferson Davis addresses, 165; and having too much power, 50; and lost slaves, 60; passes draft, April 1862, 44; passes third draft, 1864, 73, 77, 165; passes impressment law, 64–65; planters in, 34; and recruitment of black troops...

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9780813935423
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9780813935416
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OCLC
870893814
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296
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2014-04-15
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English
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