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Agnew, Lieut. John, of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Alexandria (Va.), 92, 93, 95; Army of Potomac at, 45.
Ames Gen. Adelbert, commands expedition, 79.
Armies—
Cumberland, Third Wisconsin joins, 97; reorganized, 115; at New Hope Church, 125.
Hood's, plunders Atlanta, 142.
Jackson's, at Chancellorsville, 71.
Johnston's, at Bentonville, 172; surrenders, 114, 176.
Northern Virginia, 39, 81; battleflags captured, 91; paroled, 176.
Potomac, 17, 39, 41, 64, 66, 117, 159; at Washington, 46; consolidated, 115; Third Wisconsin leaves, 97.
Sherman's, 176; advance, 116; at Atlanta, 143; Savannah, 157; in South Carolina, 158; Georgia, 166.
Tennessee, 122, 133, 146; destroys Columbia, 170.
Thomas's, opposes Hood, 147.
Western, successful, 17.
Western Virginia, 38, 43.
Atlanta (Ga.), 112, 143, 163, 164; exposed, 131; march to, 11; besieged, 131-141; evacuated, 140, 147; Union army near, 129, 142, 145; destroyed, 146, 147.
Augur, Gen. Christopher C., at Cedar Mountain, 33.
Augusta (Ga.), 168; Slocum marches toward, 147.
Augusta Railroad, destroyed, 147, 148.

 

Babcock, Lieut. Justin D., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Baltimore (Md.), threatened, 93.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, 98, 180.
Banks, Gen. Nathaniel P., 14, 45; commands corps 30, 31; retreats, 23, 25, 27, 28; protects Winchester, 29; at Cedar Mountain, 32, 33, 38; criticized, 37.

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