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INDEX

Kingston (Ga.), 127.
Kleven, Capt. John E., 180; at Monteith Swamp, 154.
Kopff, Asst. Surg. Thomas, of Third Wisconsin, 180.

 

Lee, Gen. Robert E., 96, 97; at Rappahannock River, 39; Richmond, 171; surrenders, 173, 176.
Leesburg (Va.), executions at, 81.
Lewis, Gov. James T., 120.
Libby prison, 29.
Lieurance, Lieut. Stephen, of Third Wisconsin, 180. Limbocker, Capt. George W., 25, 26.
Lincoln, President Abraham, 166; call for troops, 3; at Maryland Heights, 63; pardons, 109; appoints Howard, 134; votes for, 146; assassinated, 175.
Lincoln County (Tenn.), 105; guerrillas in, 106, 114; reorganized, 109-111.
Little Round Top (Pa.), 84. See also Battles: Gettysburg.
Little Washington (Va.), 31.
Losses: at Bolivar Heights, 13; Winchester, 19, 20; in retreat to Martinsburg, 29; Cedar Mountain, 34-36; Antietam, 60-
63; Gettysburg, 89; New Hope Church, 126; Peach Tree Creek, 129, 134, 135.
Louisville (Ky.), 98, 145, 180.
Lynchburg (Tenn.), birthplace of David Crockett, 105.

 

Mcalpine, Lieut. William T., of Second Massachusetts, 179. McClellan, Gen. George B., 15, 47; arrests legislature, 11; retreats, 39; reappointed, 46; removed, 64; votes for, 146.
McDowell, Gen. Irvin, commands corps, 30; at Cedar Mountain, 36; criticized, 38; removed, 46.
Mclntyre, Capt. James B., mustering officer, 6.
Macon (Ga.), march toward, 147.
Macon Railroad, captured, 141.
McPherson, Gen. James B., killed, 133.
Madison (Ga.), 148.
Madison (Wis.), 4, 104, 120; veterans at, 105.
Maine, Tenth Regiment, at Cedar Mountain, 35.

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