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INDEX

Georgetown (Md.), 45.
Georgia, 96, 115, 149; secession, 151; regiment from, 121; campaign in, 173; restored, 152.
Georgia Central Railroad, destroyed, 151.
Germans, in Wisconsin regiment, 143.
Giddings, Capt. Ephraim, of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Goldsboro (N. C.), 171; occupied, 173.
Goodrich, Lieut. John D., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Gordon, Col. George H., commands brigade, 18, 24.
Graham Station (S. C.), 168, 169.
Grant, Gen. Ulysses S., 14, 176.

Greene, Gen. George S., at Gettysburg, 86.
 
Hagerstown (Md.), 8.

Hamilton, Gen. Charles S., commands brigade, 18.
Hanging Rock (S. C.), 171.
Harpers Ferry (Va.), 9, 10, 62, 63, 91; expedition to, 12; surrenders, 52.
Harrisonburg (Va.), 21.
Haskins, Capt. Alexander D., of Third Wisconsin, 180; at Robertsville, 167.
Hawes, Q. M. Edwin A., of Second Massachusetts, 179.
Hawley, Gen. William, 115; wounded, 34; commands brigade, 168, 180; at New Hope Church, 124, 125; Atlanta, 131; Savannah, 160, 161; in Carolina campaign, 169; farewell order, 177.
Hazel Grove (Va.), skirmish at, 70, 74.
Hegg, Lieut. Oliver A., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Heintzelman, Gen. Samuel P., commands corps, 42.
Hill, Lieut. Algie S., of Third Wisconsin, 180.
Hinckley, Capt. Julian W., 180; early life, 1; promoted, 5, 16, 64; wounded, 124-127.
Hood, Gen. John B., 152; at New Hope Church, 122; Peach Tree Creek, 129; Atlanta, 138, 139, 142; Jonesboro, 141; in Nashville campaign, 143, 146, 147.

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