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Confederate Military History - 1899 - Volume 2.djvu

CONTENTS—MARYLAND.

PAGE

CHAPTER I. Maryland in its Origin. Progress and Eventual Relations to the Confederate Movement

3

CHAPTER II. Maryland's First Patriotic Movement in 1861

15

CHAPTER III. Maryland's Overthrow

29

CHAPTER IV. Marylanders Enlist and Organize to Defend Virginia and the Confederacy

42

CHAPTER V. Marylanders in the Campaigns of 1861

50

CHAPTER VI. Marylanders in 1862 under Gens. Joseph E. Johnston and Stonewall Jackson

65

CHAPTER VII. Marylanders in 1862 under Gen. Robert E. Lee

83

CHAPTER VIII. Maryland under Federal Military Power

92

CHAPTER IX. Maryland Artillery—Second Maryland Regiment Infantry—First Maryland Cavalry

101

CHAPTER X. The Maryland Line

114
134
145
153

ILLUSTRATIONS—MARYLAND.

FACING PAGE
Archer, James J. 168
Brent, Joseph L. 168
Elzey, Arnold 168
First Maryland at Cold Harbor 85
First Maryland Regiment, Charge of, June 6, 1862 80
Johnson, Bradley T. 1
Johnson, Bradley T. 168
Little, Henry 168
Lovell, Mansfield 168
Mackall, W. W. 168
Maryland (Map) Between pages 152 and 153
Steuart, George H. 168
Trimble, Isaac R. 168
Winder, Charles S. 168
Winder, John H. 168

CONTENTS—WEST VIRGINIA.

PAGE.

CHAPTER I. The Partition of Virginia–The Dilemma of the Old Dominion in 1861–Preparations for War–Organization of Troops in Western Virginia–The Unionist Convention–Organization of the State of West Virginia

3

CHAPTER II. McClellan's Invasion–The Affair at Philippi–Rich Mountain and Laurel Hill–Death of Garnett–Operations about Romney–Federal Occupation of the Kanawha Valley–Fight at Scary Creek–Loring at Cheat Mountain

14

CHAPTER III. Operations under Gen. R. E. Lee–Floyd and Wise in the Kanawha Valley–Battle of Carnifix Ferry–Lee's Cheat Mountain Campaign–Sewell Mountain–Camp Bartow–Camp Alleghany–Floyd's Cotton Hill Campaign

34

CHAPTER IV. Operations in the Northeast–Kelley's Campaign against Romney–Stonewall Jackson in Command in the Shenandoah Valley–His Campaign to Bath and Romney

48

CHAPTER V. Battle of McDowell–The Princeton Campaign–Loring's Advance Down the Kanawha Valley–Battle of Fayetteville–Occupation of Charleston–Jenkins Enters Ohio–Echols in Command–Imboden's Operations

56

CHAPTER VI. Operations of 1863–Jones' and Imboden's Raid against the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad–Jenkins’ Raid to Point Pleasant–Expeditions to Beverly and Wytheville–Battles of White Sulphur Springs and Droop Mountain–Averell's Raid to Salem

72

CHAPTER VII. Operations of 1864-65–Expeditions of Fitzhugh Lee and Rosser–Exploits of Gilmor and McNeill–Organization of the Army of Western Virginia–Battle of Cloyd's Mountain–New Market Lynchburg–Retreat of Hunter through West Virginia–Witcher's Raids–Other Brilliant Exploits

90

CHAPTER VIII. Miscellaneous Data–Notes on the Contributions of Various Counties to the Confederate Service–Records of the Twenty-fifth and Thirty-first Regiments

105
APPENDIX—McNeill and His Rangers. 116
BIOGRAPHICAL 129

ILLUSTRATIONS-WEST VIRGINIA.

FACING PAGE
DROOP MOUNTAIN, BATTLE (Map) 84
GAULEY BRIDGE, VICINITY OF (Map) 64
WEST VIRGINIA AND VIRGINIA, PARTS OF (Map) 96
76
WHITE, ROBERT 1
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, BATTLE (Map) 84