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Fairfax Station (Va.), winter camp at, 64.
Falling Waters (Md.), 90.
Fayetteville (Tenn.), 108, 111, 112, 114, 115, 120; county seat, 105.
Fayetteville (N. C.), 171, 172.
Fond du Lac (Wis.), 5, 6.
Fords
 Beverly, 40; crossed, 79, 80.
 Germanna, skirmish at, 66-69.
 Kelly's, crossed, 66.
 Raccoon, 96.
 United States, 69.
Forts
 Donelson, 14.
 Henry, 14.
 McHenry, 11.
 Sumter, surrenders, 3.
Fox, Adj. John A., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Francis, Maj. James, of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Franklin, Gen. William B., at Harpers Ferry, 52; Antietam, 62.
Frederick City (Md.), 12, 14, 47^9; capital, 11; cemetery at, 13.
Fredericksburg (Va.), skirmish at, 70.
Freeman, Lieut. William W,, of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Fremont, Gen. John C., 29.
French, in Wisconsin regiment, 143; in Mexico, 180, 181.
Fritchie, Barbara, displays flag, 48, 49.
Front Royal (Va.), 22, 29, 30.
Furlong, John, killed, 161.

 


Gaps
 Chester, 30.
 Snake Creek, 117.
 Snicker's, 18.
Gardner, Capt. Silas E.. investigates murder, 115.
Geary, Gen. John W., 148; at Bolivar Heights, 12; Chaneellorsville, 73; Gettysburg, 89; New Hope Church, 122.

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