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            CONTENTS OF VOLUME THREE.)

                                                                                         PAGE
FRONTISPIECE, "BETWEEN THE LINES DURING A TRUCE."            By Gilbert Gaul    .           Vt

LIST OF MAI'S ............ .......                                  ......               XVIII

LIST OF ARTISTS       ..     .     ..         .    .............         .  ...........   xIX

LIST OF DRAUGHTSMEN             ....................... ........... XIX

LIST OF ENGRAVERS       .......       ............     ....... ........................ . XIX



                      THE PERRYVILLE CAMPAIGN.
BRAGG'S INVASION OF KENTUCKY.. ..               .. GENERAL JOSEPH WHEELER.1
     ILLUSItRATum't5: li the Vanl (V. Tuber)-Map otNorth Mi8.is4sppiandWestTennes-see (Jacob Wels) -
     Map of the Corinth and Inka Region (reproduction from an oftlial map) - Map of Bragg's Invasion of
     Kentucky (Jacob Well.) - Brigadler-General Preston Smith, C. S. A., from photo.- Union Fort at Man-
     Iordvilie, fromu photo. (E. .J. IMfeeke) - Lieutenant-General E. Kirby Smith, C. S. A., from Brady photo.-
     Lleateisiat-General Joseph Wheeler, C. S. A., from Brady photo.- MaJor-General B. F. Cheathamn, C. S. A.,
     trout photo.- Spring near Perryville which helped to relieve Bragg's parched Arnuy; and Pear-tree, One
     fitodmre Years, Old, at th,- Left of Rousseau's Position. Perryville, from photoo. by E. H. Fox (Ha ry Fenn)
     -(orner of the Confederate Cemetery at Perryville, from photo. by E. H. Fox (Hurry FesnnJ -Map of
   the Battle-Hield of Perryville (Jacob Wells) -Defenise of Cage's Ford, on the Cumberland River. November
   21, 1862, from a lithograph of a war-time sketch by A. E. Mathews, lent by Major E. C. Dawes (Harry
   Fruit).

MORGAN'S CAVALRY DURING THE BRAGG                 GENERAL BASIL W. DUKE ... ....... 26
    INVASION                              ........................                             .               .... .

THE OPPOSING FORCES AT PERRYVILLE, KY. Composition, Strength, and Lossges ........         2n)

EAST TENNESSEE AND THE CAMPAIGN OF            I
    PERRYVILLE.                                 GENERAL DON CARLOS BUELL............ :1
    ILLUSTR1ATIONS: On the Skirmish Line (WV. Tber) - Brevet MaJor-G-neral James B. Fry, from a photo.-
    Brigadier-G-elral James S. Jackson, fron t a photo.-Brigadier-Geueral William R. Terrill, from photo.
    lent by Mrs. G. A. Portertleld.

ON THE FIELD OF PERRYVILLE .....         .......... GENERAL CHARLES C. GILBERT         .   .,2
     ILLUtST.ATIONS: Perryville, Kentutky. looking South-east from the Maekville Pike, from photo. by E.
     H. Fox (Harry Fenn)-Ridge on the Union Left Occupled by Stone's and Bush's Batteries-th.. Scene of
     starkweather'. Contest, and Tree near where General James S. Jackson Fell, front 1hotos. b- E. i. F,,x
     (lfry Feun)-View looking North-east front the Position of Loomisr' Battery, the Center of Rousseau's
     line; anid Pos.tion of Loomnlu" Battery oi Rousseau's Line, looking across Doctor's Cr-ek, from photo-. by
     E. 11. Fox (Harry Penn)-Farm-honse of H. P. Bottow, fr,)m photo. by E. B. Fox (Harry Fen.)-Engage.
     ocen1t of Starkwenther'a Brigade out the Extreme Union Left, from lIthograph of a war-time sketch
     by A. E. Mathews (Harry Fe".).

NOTES OF A STAFF-OFFICER AT PERRYVILLE.. MAJOR J. MONTGOMERY WRIGHT.. .64)

CUMBERLAND GAP .          ...........G...          GENERAL GEORGE W. MORGAN .            1; '
     ILLU.STRATIoss: lrig:.tldier-General(George W. Morgan, fromphoto. by Hirkeox-Plan of tteCoiflederste
     Works ut Cutmberland Gap, from a drawtng by Captain W. F. Patterson (Jaeob Wells)-VIew of Cumber-
     land Gap from the South, from a lithograph lent by Mrs. Carrie Buckner (E. J. teeker).

THE OPPOSING FORCES AT CUMBERLAND GAP .... .......... ...................                  69

    i In order to save moch repetition, particular credit is here given to the Massachusetts Conmmandery of the
hoyal Legion. to Colonel Arnoldt A. Rand, General Albert Ordway. and Charles B. Hall for the use of photographsb
utI drawings. War-time photographers whose work is of the greatest historical vahie. andi has been freely drawn
Itton In the preparation of the lienitrattons, are M. B. Brady, Alexander Gardner, and Captain A. J. Russell in the
North; and D. H. Anderson of Richmond, Va., and George S. Co2k of Charleston, S. C.-the latter. sinee the war.
having s-cceeded t O the ownership of the Anderson negatives.
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x                       CONTENTS OF VOLUME THRFE.



                  BURNSIDE AT FREDERICKSBURG.
                                                                                     PAGE
THE BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG ..............G ENERAL JAMES LONGSTREET            ...   70
     ILLtxrTATrtows: Confederate Picket with Blanket-Capote and Raw-hide Moccasins (Atie. C. Redwood)
   - Brigadier-General Macey Gregg, C. S. A., from Anderson-Cook photo.- Mapof the Battle of Fredereks-
   burg (Jaoob Well.) - Front of the Marye Mansion. from Gardner photo. (Wr. Taber) -The Sunken Road
   under Maryc's HI1. from photo. by Bets  Riehards-House by the Stone Wall, In which General Cobb
   dledtromn photo. (W. Tater) - Cobb's and Kershaw's Troope behind the Stone Wall (Allen C. Redwood) -
   Brigatler-Getteral Thomas R. R. Cobb, C. S. A., from photo. -Confederate Works on Willa's Hill, now
   the Site of the Rational Cemetery, from Brady photo. (Harry Fenn) - Welford's Mill ot Hazel Run and
   the Telegraph Road. from photo. (J. D. lWoodward).

THE CONFEDERATE LEFT AT FREDERICKSBURG..GENERAL LAFAYETTE MCLAWS.... 86
     IL.UrSTRAToNs: Barksdale's Misaippisan Opposing the Laying of the Pontoon Bridges (A. C. Red-
     wood) - Fredericksburg fro. the Foot of Willi's Hill, frnw Brady photo. (E. J. Meeker) -Brigadier-
     General Robert Ransom, C. S. A., from photo.

RANSOM'S DIVISION AT FREDERICKSBURG ....... GENERAL ROBERT RANSOM .....           .... 94

KERSHAW'S BRIGADE AT FREDERICKSBURG ...... GENERAL J. B. KERSHAW .... ...... 95

A HOT DAY ON MARYE'S HEIGHTS .............. LIEUTENANT WILLIAM MILLER OWEN 97
     lLLUSTRATloNs: The Washington Artillery on Marye's Hill Firing upon the Union Columns formnlug
     for the Assault (A. C. Redwood) - James A. Seddon, Secretary of War to the Soluthern Confederaey, from
     photo. lent by James Blair-Winter Sport in a Confederate Camp (A. C. Redwood).

NOTES OF A CONFEDERATE STAFF-OFFICER ..... MAJOR W. ROY MASON ............. 100
     ILLvsTaAUoN: Confederate Theatrieals (A. C. Redwood).

THE REMOVAL OF MCCLELLAN ................. COLONEL RICHARD B. IRWIN....              102
     ILLUSTRATION: Newalwaper. in Camp (Edwin Forbes).

SUMNER'S - RIGHT GRAND DIVISION"           ... .. GENERAL DARIUS N. COUCH            105
     iLLuwrRATtOxs: Hot Work for Hazard's Battery ( W. Taber) - Chatham, opposite Fredericksbcurg, also
     known as the " Lacy House," and The Phillips House, Burnside's Headquarters, from Gardner photo.
     ( U. Taber) - General A. E. BurnaSde, from photo., with autograph - Fredericksburg fro.. the East
     Bank of the Rappahalno-k (two viewa) (.crcpA Paetmnl)-The Bombardment of Fredericksburg, and
     Crossing the River in Pontoouns to Dislodge the Confederate Sharp-shooters (R. F. Zogbaon) -The Ninth
     ('orp- r-osing by the Pontoon Bridge (R. F. Zogbauis)-Warehouse In Fredericksburg used-as a Hospi-
     tal, fron photo. tent by W. H. Whiton (W. Tober) -The Ground between Fredericksburg and Marye's
     Heights, fror photo. (J. D. Woodward) - Stuck in the Mud-a Flank Mlarch across Country (Fdwin
     Frbes) - The Grn.d Review at Falmouth during 'resident Llnenolu' Visit (Edrin Forbes).

THE CROSSING OF THE RAPPAHANNOCK BY             CPANH         .0    WYOT                2
    THE i9TH MASSACHUSETTS.. .       .          CAPTN H. G         WEYMOUTH.         121

THE PONTONIERS AT FREDERICKSBURG .. ...... COLONEL WESLEY BRAINERD.             ..... 121


    FR EDERICK  SBURG             T   ......... GENERAL JOHN W. AMES ...... .... 122

WHY BURNSIDE DID NOT RENEW      THE ATTACK      G
    AT FREDERICKSBURG              .GENERAL RUSH C. HAWKINS .                        .. 126i
         AT FREDERICKSBURG ........ ...  ........

FRANKLIN'S "LEFT GRAND DIVISION" ..             ......... GENERAL WILLIAM FARRAR SMITH.. 128
     ILLusTitATions: Frankltn'. Men Charging across the Railroad (Wr. Tober) -The Pontoon Bridges at
     Prattklina' Crosing, hrom Gardner photo. (Harry ltnt) - Frankli's Battle-ield, as seen hror Hamil-
     ton's Crossing (A. C. Redwood) -General W. B. Frankinu, from photo. by De Lamnater, with autograph -
     Rinis of " Mansfield," also known as the " Bernard House," from Gardner photo. (1. D. Woodeard) - A
     Jack-knife Record on the Stone Wall of the "Bernard House" (A. C. Redwood)-Brigadier-Generat
     George D. Bayard, from an engraving by H. B. HaUl-Brigadier-General C. F. Jackson, from photo.,
     with autograph.

WITH JACKSON AT HAMILTON'S CROSSING ...... J. H. MOORE ......... .           ............. 139
     ILLUSTIRATIO11S: Traffic Between the Lines during a Truce (Edwin Fbrbes) - Hays's Brigade of Stone-
     wall Jackson's Corps. at Hamilton' Crossing (A. C. Redwood).

 



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                                                                                        PAGE

IN THE RANKS AT FREDERICKSBURG .                 ORSON B CURTHS .                       14"

THE OPPOSING FORCES AT FREDERICKSBURG. Composition, Strength, and Losses ..... ...14:3

A BIT OF PARTISAN SERVICE ................... COLONEL JOHN S. MOSBY ......           ... 148
     ILLUsTRATIoN-S: Union Camnp Sceel: A quiet tGa1ue (Winslow Romer)- Colonel John S. Mosby, C. S. A.,
     Iro.n photo. lent by James Blair.




                             CHANCELLORSVILLE.

STONEMAN'S RAID IN THE CHANCELLORSVILLE CAMPAIGN. ... ..                      .2
     ILLUSTRATION: Major-General George Stoneman, from photo. by Anthony.

THE CHANCELLORSVILLE CAMPAIGN        .   .       ........... GENERAL DARIUS N. COUCH........ 154
     ILLICTHSATIONS: Corps Badges of the Army of the Potomac under Hooker (M. A. Ogden) - Outline Map
     of the Chancellorsvllle Campaign (Jaeob Well.) -The RIght Wingof Hooker's Army Crossing the Rappa-
     huuilnock nt Kelly's Ford (Edwin Forbes) - Map of the Chaneellorsville Campaign (J-cob Wells) - General
     Joseph Hooker, from Brady photo., with autograph - Hooker's Headquarters at Chancellorsville (Edwin,
     Forbea) -Stampede of the Eleventh Corps on the Plank Boad (A. C. Redwood) -Staying Jackson's Ad-
     va-ce, Saturday evening, May 2d, 1863 (ETu arbes) -The 29th Pennsylvania in the Trenches under
     Artillery Fire, May 3d, 18f3, from original picture in possession of Capt. W. I Stork (W. L. Rheppard) -
     Secoud Lineof Union Defense attheJunctionof the Roads toEly'saud United States Fords (Edwin Forbes.

THE SUCCESSES AND     FAILURES OF                GENERL ALFRED PLEASONTON.              172
    LORSYILLE . . ...............     .  ...
    ILLUsTRATIONS: Union Cavalryman's Hat, from photo. (W. Tuber) - Parade at Falmouth of the l10th
    Pennsylvania Volunteers, from photo. lent by W. H. Whiton (IW. Taber) - Abandoning the Winter Camp
    at Falmouth (Edwin Forbes) -Union Troops Crossing the tapidan at Ely's Ford (Edwin Forbes) -Major-
    (eneral Hiram 0. Berry, from Brady photo.; Repulse of Jackson's Men at Hazel Grove by Artillery under
    General Pleasnton (T. de Thustrup)-MMajor-Generl Amiel W. Whipple, from Brady photo.

WHEN STONEWALL JACKSON TURNED OUR RIGHT .JOHN L. COLLINS ..........             ........ 183
     ILLUSTRATIONS: Major Peter Keenan, from photo. lent by Samuel Wilson- General Howard striving to
     nlly his Troops (R. P. Zogbastm).
                                              . C   GEN. PENNOCK HUEY .............. 186
THE CHARGE OF THE EIGHTH PENNSYLVANIA 5 1 ,       MAJOR J. EDWARD CARPENTER .... 187
    CAVALRY ...... .. .  . 8   Ill. CAPT. ANDREW B. WELLS . .                        187

THE ARTILLERY AT HAZEL GROVE ...... ... .        CAPTAINJAMES F. HUNTINGTON. .188

THE ELEVENTH CORPS AT CHANCELLORSVILLE . . GENERA4L OLIVER 0. HOWARD                .   189
      ILLUSTRATIONS: Race on the Plank Road for Right of Way, between the Ninth Massachnsetts Battery
    andi a Baggage Train, from a war-time sketch by C. W. Reed (W. ftber) -The Old Chancellor House,
    fromi photo. lent by Theodore Miller (C. A. Vaderhoof) -Map of the Poition of the Eleventh Corps
    (Jacob Wells) - Dowdalt's Tavern. Howard's Headquarters, from Gardner photo. (W. Taber) -Dowdall's
    Taverm in I884 (Josepl Pennell) - The Wilderness Church and Hawkings' Farm. trom photo. made it lst
    (Harrg Fenn)-The Wilderness Church, from photo. (Themas Hogan)-The Confederates Charging
    Howard's Breastworks (WV. L. fieppard) - Major-General Carl Sehurs, from photo. by Brady- Union
    Breastworks in the Woods between Dowdall's Tavern and Chancellorsvllle-Relics of the Dead in the
    Woods near the Plank Road; and the Plank Road near where Jackson Well, from war-time photos.
    (George Gibson) -Map of the Positions of the Twelfth Corps snd part of the Third Corps, covering
    the Chaneelloraville Plateau, May 2d and 3d (Jacob Wecx) - Rescuing the Wounded on Sunday, May 3d,
    from the Burning Woods (Edwin Forbes.

STONEWALL JACKSON'S LAST BATTLE ........... REV. JAMES POWER SMITH .                    203
      ILLVSTRATIONS: Stonewall JaCksen' Cap, from photo. -Lee and Jackson in Council on the Night of
    May lst (W. L. SWeppard) -Faa-stmile of General Jaekou'a Lsit Letter, in possession of the Virginia
    State Library - Lieutenant-General Thomas J. Jackson, C. S. A., from photo, lent by Major Jed. Hoteh-
    kiss -Stonewalt Jackson's "Old Sorrel,n from photo.-Brigadier-General E P. Paton, from ambrotype
    lent by J. G. Paton- Stonewall Jackson Going Forward on the Plank Road In Advance of his Line of
    Battle (A. C. Redaood) -Major-General R E. Colston, C. S. A., from Andersoa.Cook photo.-Brigadier-
    General F. T. Nieholls, C. S. A., from Anderson-Cook paoto.-The New Chancellor House, from photo.
    (HIarry Penn)-StonewalU Jackson's Grave, Lexington, Va., from photo. by 1L M.Iey (W. Taber).

 



xii                      CONTENTS OF VOLUME THREE.
                                                                                       PAOR
HOOKER'S COMMENTS ON CHANCELLORSVILLE ..SAM4UEL P. BATES .......                      321
     ILLV"RTAIO.S: Lane. used by the Sixth Pennsylvania Cavalry iRauh' Lancers), from photo. (4). R.
     liaie)- Retreat of the Uuton Army across the Rappahannoek at United State Ford (Edwi Forb) -
     Foraging In the Wilderness (W. H. Shelon).

SEDGWICK AT FREDERICKSBURG AND SALEM
    HEIGHTS    FRED   .RICKSBUR.                 COLONEL HUNTINGTON W. JACKSON 224
    ILLUSTSATrlns: Feeling the Ene-y (Winslo.w Homer) -The Stone Wall nnder Marye's Heights, fron
    a photo. by Brady taken Immediately after Sedgwtck Carried the Position by Assault (W. Taber) - Cap-
    tlre of a Gun of the Wahingtou Artillery, on Marye's Heights (B. F. Zogbuum) -Salem Church. from
    photo. taken In 18M (W. Taber) -The Attack on Sedgwiek at Banks's Ford, Monday evening, May 4th
    vEdwln Forbes).

LEE'S KNOWLEDGE OF HOOKER'S MOVEMENTS ..GENERAL R. E. COLSTON .                  .    .23

THE OPPOSING FORCES IN THE CHANCELLORSVILLE CAMPAIGN. Composition,                 .
    Strength, and Losses   .                                                            '- -

HOOKER'S APPOINTMENT AND REMOVAL.                CHARLES F. BENJAMIN ...2:11)
     ILLUSTRATIONO: Breaking up the Union Camp at Falmouth, from photo. (W. Taber) - Ma.jor-Geerai
     George G. Meade, from Brady photo.


                                  GETTYSBURG.

LEE'S INVASION OF PENNSYLVANIA.G. GENERAL JAMES LONGSTREET                        ....244
     ILLUSTRATIONS: Union Cavalry Seouting in Front of the Confederate Advance (W. Taber) -Mal, of the
     Gettysburg Campalgn (Jacob Wels) - Relief Map of the Gettysburg Campaign, from photo. of original
     east by A. E. Lehman-)General Robert F. Lee, C. H. A., from photo. taklen after the war-Confederate
     at a Ford (A. C. Redwood).
THE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY IN THE             . 1    COLONEL JOHN S. MOSBY ........... 251
    GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN ........              ii. GENERAL BEVERLY H. ROBERTSON.253
      ILLUSTRATION: General James Longtreet, C. S. A., from Anderson-Cook photo., with autograph.

THE FIRST DAY AT GETTYSBURG ........G...... .ENERAL HENRY J. HUNT.                -    255
     ILLUSriA.Toxs: Buford's Cavalry Opposing the Confederate Advanee upon Gettysburg (W. Taber)-
     General Meade in the Field, from photo.-Major-General John F. Reynolds, from Brady photo.- Fifteen
     Maps Relating to the Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg, eompiled by General Abner Doubleday (Jaeob
     Wels)-Peunaylvania Colege, Gettysburg, from pboto. by W. H. Tipton (W. Taber) -The Ltberan Semi-
     narytrom war-time photo.; and View of Semia from Chambersburg Pike, from photo. by W. H. Tipton
     (F. Tuber) - Gettysburg from Oak Hill, from photo. by W. H. Tipton (. Taber) - General Lee's Head-
     quarters on the Chamberhburg Pike, from photo. (W. Taber) - Xorth-east Corner of the McPherson Woods,
     where General Reynolds was killed, from photo. by W. H. Tipton (F. Tabe) - Confederate Dead on the
     Field of the First Day, from Gardner photo. (W. Taber) -Union Dead West of the Se.3inary, from Gard-
     ner photo. (W. Taber)-Union Dead near McPherson'a Woods, from Gardner photo. (W. Taber) -John
     L. Burns, "The Old Hero of Gettysburg," from photo.- Major-General Abner Doubleday, from Brady
     photo.- Asault of Brockenbrough's Confederate Brigade (Heth's Division) upon the Stone Barn of the
     McPherson Farm (A. C. Redwood) - Confederate Dead gathered tor Burial near the MePherson Woods,
     from Gardner photos. (W. Tober) - Lieutenant Bayard Wilkeson holding his Battery to Its Work In an
     Exposed Position (A. B. Waud) -The Llue of Defense at the Cemetery Gate-House, from Gardner photo.
     (W. Taber).

INCIDENTS OF THE FIRST DAY AT GETTYSBURG . . MAJOR E. P. HALSTEAD .284
      ILLUSRATioxs: Counting the Sear in the Colors (W. L. Sheppurd) -General Wintield S. Hancock,
    from photo. by Gurney  Son, with autograph.

HANCOCK AND HOWARD IN THE FIRST DAY'S             .
    FIGHT. Extracts from Official Reorts       .            .287

CITIZENS OF GETTYSBURG IN THE UNION ARMY.. H. M. M. RICHARDS ........... ...... 280

THE SECOND DAY AT GETTYSBURG ............. GENERAL HENRYJ. HUNT ....               .... 290
      1LLUsTrATmosa: Hall's Battery on the First Day resisting the Confederate Advance on the Chambers-
    burg Road (V. Iuber) -Rellef Mapof the Battle-field of Gettysburg, from photo. of original east byA. E.
    Lehman; General Meade's Headquarters on the Taneytown Boad, from Gardner photo. (W. Taber) -
    Major-General Daniel B. Sickle., from pboto.-View from the Position of Hazlett's Battery on Little
    Round Top, from photo. by W. H. Tipton (Herry Fen.) -Two Maps of Positions on July 2d, compiled by

 



                         CONTENTS OF VOLUME THREE.                                        xiii

    General Abner Doubleday (Jacob WellR)-Unlon Breaatworks on Little Round Top -]Big Round Top in
    tbe Distance, fro. Gardner photo.. (W. Taber) -Colonel Edward E. Cross, from Brady photo.-Weed'e
    Poition on Little Bound Top (C. W. Reed) -General O. K. Warren at the Signal Station on Little Round
    Top (A. R. Waud) - Brigadier-General Stephen H. Weed, from Brady photo.- Brigadier-General Strong
    Vinceat, fronn Brady photo.- Troetle's Barn and Trostle's House, the Scene of the Fighting of Bigelow'.
    Battery, from Gardner photos. (W. Taber) -Monument of Bigelow's Ninth Massachusetts Battery,
    from photo. by W. H. Tipton ( W. Taber) -Colonel George L. Willard, from Brady photo.-Brigadier-Gen-
    e-I Samuel K. Zook, fro. Brady photo.-Vtew of Cull". Hill from the Position of the Batteries near the
    Ceametery Gate, frot photo. by W. R. Tipton (W. Tuber)-Early's Charge on the evening of July 2d, upon
    East Cemetery Hill (Ed.i. Forbes)-Confederate Sklrnisbertm at the Foot of CuIp'. Hill (Edwin Forbe.).

THE COUNCIL OF WAR ON THE SECOND DAY.... GENERAL JOHN GIBBON                     ............. 313

THE 20TH MAINE AT LITTLE ROUND TOP ....... H. S. MELCHER            .   .. .. . ..       ..... 314

THE 146TH NEW-YORK AT LITTLE ROUND TOP. GENERAL JAMES G. GRINDLAY.                      .315
     ILLUSTRtATION: Uniform of the 146th New York Regiment, from photo. by Whiteley  Co. (W. Trber).

THE BREASTWORKS AT CULP'S HILL..            ....  CAPTXAN JESSE H. JONES .             ...316
                                     TAAP.........                 . GENERAL GEORGE S. GREENE....... 317

THE STRUGGLE FOR "ROUND TOP" .............. GENERAL E. M. LAW                   ..        318
     ILLUSTRATIO14: At Close Quarters on the First Day at Gettysburg (A. C. Rcd.ood)-Brevet Major-
     (teneral Henry J. Hunt, Chief of Artillery of the Army of the Potomac, from Brady photo.-The Strug-
     gle for Devil's Delt (A. R. Wnd) -The "'Slaughter Pen" at the Base and on the Left Slope of Little
     Round Top, from Gardner photos. (W. Taber) -Dead Confederate Sharpshooter in the Devil's Den, from
     Gardner photo. (WF. Taber) -Brigadier-General Wiltam N. Pendleton, C. S. A., Lee's Chief of Artillery,
     from photo. by Tanner  Vanness, lent by Commander John M. Brooke - Major-General J. B. Kershaw,
     C. S. A., from photo. by G. W. Minuus.

KERSHAW'S BRIGADE AT GETTYSBURG .......... GENERAL J. B. KERSHAW ........... 331
     ILLUSTRATIONS: Devil's Den, facing Little Round Top (C. W. Reed) -Major-General E. It. Law, C. S.A.,
     from photo. by Lee-Major-General Lafayette MeLaws, C. S. A., from photo.-Sickles's Position at
     the Peach Orchard, viewed from the Emmltaburg Road, looking South-The "Wheat-Field," looking
     toward IKershaw's Po1stlon in Froat of Rose's House-The Peach Orchard, viewed from Langstreet's
     Extreme Right on the Emmitsburg Road-Sickles's Angle at the Peach Orchard, as seen from the BRoad
     leading from the Wheat-Fleld to the Peach Orchard, four sketches made In 1l8S (C. iW. Reed).

LEE'S RIGHT WING AT GETTYSBURG ............ GENERAL JAMES LONGSTREET ...... 339
     ILLUSTRsAtowS: The Last Confederate Gun at Gettysburg, on Longstreet's Right, opposite Round
     Top (A. R. Wend) - Lutheran Church on Chamnhersburg Street, Gettysburg, used as a Hospital, from
     pboto. by W. H. Tipton (W. Tuber) - Brigadier-General WIlliam Barksdale, C. S. A., from Brady photo.
     -Brigadier-General Paul Semmes, C. S. A., from photo.-Dead In the "'Wheat-Field" gathered for
     Burial, from Gardner photos. (W. Taber) - Map of Positions July 3d, 3: 15 to 5: 30s . m., compled by
     General Abner Doubleday (Jtacob WelUs) - Major-General William D. Pender, C. S. A., from photo.- Pro-
     itle of Cemetery Ridge as seen from Pickett's Position before the Charge, from sketch made in 1884 (C.
     W. Reed) -Brigadier-General Lewis A. Armiatead, C. S. A., from photo.-The Charge of Pickett, Petti-
     grew, and Trimble (Edwia Fotbe) -Mjor-General George E. Pickett, C. S. A., from Anderson-Cook
     photo.

THE CHARGE OF PICKETT, PETTIGREW, AND             J. B. SMITH ....    ... ...... ........ 354
    TRIMBLE ......                     ,.,.,.,I '

A REPLY TO GENERAL LONGSTREET ............ COLONEL WILLIAM ALLAN                 .. ....... 356

THE GREAT CHARGE AND ARTILLERY t
    FIGHTING AT GETTYSBURG ......          ...... GENERAIL E. P. ALEXANDER .            357
      ILLnuTRATions: Charge of Alexander's Artillery (W. Taber)-Confederate Artitlerymen at Dinner
    (A. C. Aedweood)-Conuederates Waiting for the End of the Artillery Duel (A. C. Redwood) -Maor-
    (;eneral Cadmus M. Wilcox, C. S. A., from Anderson-Cook photo.

THE THIRD DAY AT GETTYSBURG .....           .     GENERAL HENRY J. HUNT .                369
     ILLUSTRATIONS: Hand-to-hand for Ricketts'a Guns on the Evening of the Second Day (W. Thber) -
     Stenart's Brigade renewing the Confederate Attack on CuIps Hill, Morning of the Third Day (A. C. Red-
     1iood) -The 29th Pennsylvania formting Line oe Battle on Culp's HUl at 10 A. x., July 3d, from artist's
     pict"e in possession of Captain WF. L. Stork (1V. L. Sheppard) -Brevet MajorGeneral George S. Greene,
     from atohrotype lent by Captain F. V. Greene - Gettysburg from Culp's Hill, from photo. taken about
     185 (E. J. fceker) -Monument of the 2d Massachusetts Infantry, facing the East Base of Clip's Bill,
     from photo. ( t'. Tber) - Slocuni's Headquarters, Power's Hill, from photo. by W. in. Tipton (WF. Taber) -

 




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    Menecbey-s Spring, between Culp's Hill and the Cemetery Gate; and Spangler's Spring, Est of Culp's
    Hill. from sketches by C. W. Reed (Wf. Teber)-Coloni Eliakn, Sherrill, from photo.- Pilckett' Charge,
    1.-Looking down the Union Linen from the " Clump of Trees "; Pickett's Charge, II.-The Main Collisho
    to the Right of the "Clump of Trees"; Pickett's Charge, 111. (continuation of the foregoing) - three pie-
    tures, from photos. of the Gettysburg Cyclorama) -Inside Evergreen Cemetery, Cemetery Hill (Edwin
    Forbe) - Nine Maps [Nos. 21 to 20) of the Confederate Retreat from Gettysburg, eompiled by General
    Abner Doubleday (Jacob Wls) - Confederate Prisoners on the Baltimore Pike (Edin Forbes).
GENERAL HANCOCK AND THE ARTILLERY AT           m. GENERAL FRANCIS A. WALKER.....385
    GETTYSBURG ....          ....  .................REJOINDER B Y GEN. HENRY J. HUNT . 386

REPELLING LEE'S LAST BLOW AT GETTYSBURG.
     ILLOSTRATIoXs: Ground over which Pickett, Pettigrew, and Trinble Charged, from photo. by W. H.
     Tipton (IF. Taber) - Cemetery Ridge after Plckett'a Charge (Edwin Forbes).
                      ,.                        COLONEL EDMUND RICE ...... ...... 387
                      i. From the Oflleial Report of COLONEL NORMAN J. HALL ......       ... 390
                      in. From the Report of     GENERAL ALEXANDER S. WEBB.             391
                      [V.                        LIEUTENANT L. E. BICKNELL.            391

FARNSWORTH'S CHARGE AND DEATH ........... CAPTAIN H. C. PARSONS ........ ... 393
     ILLusTnAvlox: Farnsworth's Charge (Wf. Taber) - Map of Farnsworth's Charge, co.piled by Captain
     H. C. Parsons (Jacob Wells) - Brigadler-General Elon J. Farnworth, from Brady photo.

THE CAVALRY BATTLE NEAR GETTYSBURG ..... CAPTAIN WILLIAM E. MILLER ....... 397
     ILLushATiIops: Monument on the Field of the Cavalry Fight between the Forces of Gregg and Stuart,
     from photo. by W. B. Tlpton (WF. Taber)-Brevet Major-General D. MeM. Gregg, 'row Brady photo.-Two
     Maps [Non. 19 and 101 of the Cavalry Battle, complied by General Abner Doubleday (Jacob Wells) -Bat-
     tie between the Union Cavalry under Gregg and the Confederate Cavalry under Stuart (A. R- Wand).
MEADE AT GETTYSBURG ....................... GENERAL FRANCIS A. WALKER ...... 406
     ILusvIAvioN: Monument to the lst Massachusetts Cavalry, on the Site of 8edgwick's Headquarters,
     from photo. (if. Taber).
THE MEADE-SICKLES CONTROVERSY.
     IxusiTaTuox: Monument In the Gettysburg Cemetery, from photo. by W. H. Tipton (Wf. Tuber).
                      1. A Letter from           GENERAL GEORGE G. MEADE ........ 413
                      u. Comment by              GENERAL DANIEL E. SICKLES .... ...    414

THE CONFEDERATE RETREAT FROM                        G
          GETTYSBURG.. ... . GENERAL JOHN D. IMBODEN                                    ............. 420
    GETTYSBURG ...... .........I..           ..
    fL"uvuTlows: "Carry me Back to Ole Vtrginy," Good-bye! and The Retreat from Gettysburg (A. C.
    Redwood) -General J. Johnston Pettigrew, C. S. A., from photo.

A PRISONER'S MARCH FROM GETTYSBURG                 J
    TO STAUNTON .                ..... -                .JOHN L. COLLINS..429
      ILLvsrRATIons: Confederate Vidette (W. L. hejppard) -Confederates Captured at Gettysburg, trm
    war-time photo. (if. Taber).
THE OPPOSING FORCES AT GETTYSBURG, PA.         Composition, Strength, and Losses.  .   434
     ILLmusRATiox: Consecration of the Gettysburg Cemetery, November 19th, 1863-The Gathering that
     President LIAneoln Addressed, from Gardner photo. (WF. Taber).


                          THE VICKSBURG YEAR.

THE CONQUEST OF ARKANSAS .................. COLONEL THOMAS L. SNEAD ....... 441
      ILLUSTRATIoNs: Union Cavalrymen: the Water-Call (Winslow Homer)-Map of the Campq4gns of the
    Mississippi Valley (Jaeob Wels) -LcuteuantGeneral T. H. Holmes, C. S. A., from lhoto. by Anthony-
    Maor-General T. C. Hindman, C. . A., from photo.-Major-General John S. Marmaduke, C B. A., from
    Brady photo.-Major-General James G. Blunt, from photo.-Fayetteville, Arkansas, from photo. by
    Hansd  Osborn (C. A. Vamderkbof)- Map of the Battle of Prairie Grove (1. sen Gflfmtr) -Briga-
    dier-General T. J. Churchill. C, S. A., from photo.- Map of the Battle of Arkansas Post (Jaeob Wels) --
    Plan of Fort Hindman. Arkansas Post; section O l Casemate of Fort Hiudman; and Casemate on the
    Eastern Curtain of Fort Hindman, showing the elffect of Shot from the Union Guns (Jaco Welle) -
    Helena, Arkansas, from photo. (C. A. raderAoof) - Map of the Battle of Helena, Arkansas ('eob Weldl)
    -Map of the Capture of Little Rock (Jacob Wells) - Major-General Frederick Steele, frou.' hoto. lent by
    Colonel Thomas L Rnead

 



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THE OPPOSING FORCES IN ARKANSAS. Composition, Strength, and Losses                .. . .. .       459

THE ASSAULT ON CHICKASAW        BLUFFS ..........  GENERAL GEORGE W. MORGAN .              462
      ILLU.TRATIONS: Chickasaw Bayou and the Vicksbnrg Bluffs, from a sketch lent by Dr. E. WyIlys
    Audrews, (Harry F-.) - Map of the First Vlcksburg Campaign or Chickasaw Bayou (Jacob Well.) -
    Lieuteuant-General S. D. Lee, C. S. A., from photo.- Major-General Dabney H. Miaury, C. S. A., from
    Anderson-Cook photo.
THE OPPOSING FORCES AT CHICKASAW BLUFFS (OR FIRST VICKSBURG), MISS. Com-
     position, Strength, and Losses ............. . ................. ..4.7.. ........1 . ...... 4T

JEFFERSON DAVIS AND THE MISSISSIPPI CAMPAIGN. GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON .                 472
      ILLUsTRIATIONS: Lieutenant-General J. C. Pemberton, C. S. A., from photo.-MaJor-General Martin L.
    Smith, C. S. A., from Brady photo.-Vicksburg Court House, from photo. by A. L. Blanks (C. A.
    Vassderhaaf) -C