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  BATTLES AND
LEADERS OF THE
CIVIL WAR
  VOLUME TWO



 
















































































    THE DISPATCH BEARER.

FROM THE PAINTIN(G BY (GIIBLRT GAUL.

 


BATTLES



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LEADERS OF THE
CIVIL WAR  









BEING FOR THE MOST PART CONTRIBUTIONS
BY UNION AND CONFEDERATE OFFICERS.
BASED UPON "THE CENTURY WAR SERIES."
EDITED BY ROBERT UNDERWOOD JOHNSON
AND CLARENCE CLOUGH BUEL, OF THE EDI-
TORIAL STAFF OF "THE CENTURYMAGAZINE'

            NEW-YORK
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  Copyright, 1887,

By THE CENTURY CO.






























THE DE ViN2E PRESS.



 




             CONTENTS OF VOLUME TWO.

                                                                                          PA G F.
FRONTISPIECE, "THE W'SPATCH BEARER."         From the painting by Gilbert Gaul...           VI

LIST OF MAPS     .  ..     . ..       I. ........... . . ......      .    ....       .   XVIII
LIST OF ARTISTS .                                                                         XIX

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

LIST OF ENGRAVERS       ..  .....'u.... ........     ............x...... ... ..           XIX


                                 FORT PULASKI.

SIEGE AND CAPTURE OF FORT PULASKI ......... GENERAL Q. A. GILLMORE ..........                  I
      ILLULTRATIONM: Fort Plaski after the Surrender (Xatha  Sith)-Map of the 8iege of Fort Pulski
    (.aob IWels) - Mart-llo Tower and Lighthouse, Tybee Island (Xataw Smith) - Brtgadier-General
    Egbert L. Viel(, from Brady photo.-Fort Pulaski frout Turtle Island (The.. R. Dviar)-Brevet
    Brigaditer-General Horaee Porter, fromu photo.-Brevet Brigadier-General Charles G. Halpine, ftm
    photo, by C. 1). Frelerlek.  Co. (F. M. Shell) - Views of Fort Pulaski after the Surrender, frorn
    Gard:e-r phot s. (C . A ,,a.feO).


                THE CAPTURE OF NEW ORLEANS.

EARLY OPERATIONS IN THE GULF        ............. PROFESSOR J. RUSSELL SOLEY .             13

NEW ORLEANS BEFORE THE CAPTURE ..... GEORGE W. CABLE .14
      ILLU8TRATIO)Nt: The Confederate Cruiser  Sumter" leaving New Orleans (Then. R. Daria) - Major-
    ;,eneral Nans"field Loveli, C. S. A., fro.u An.derson.,-Cook photo. -The Union Fleet arriving at New
    Orleans (J. 0. Dorid-e).

THE OPENING OF THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI ..... ADMIRAL DAVID D. PORTER .......                 22
      ILLSSTRATION8: Farragut's Flag-ship, the  Hartford." from photo. by J. W. Black (J. 0. Deridson)-
    Mlaps of the Lowrer Mississippi (Jacob Wel) -Confederate Sharp-shooters and Swamp Hunters attack-
    ing Mortar-boats (A. C. lfed-ed) - Mortar-shooners engaged against Fort Jaecson (J. 0. David.a) -
    Plan of Fort Ja,-kson., howing the Effect of the Bonubardment (W. L. Latheep)-Brigadier-General
    Johnson K. Dunvan, C.S. A., from photo. Ient by .J. Duncan-Map showing the Defenses of the Missis-
    sippi and the Positions of the Mortar-fleet at the Opening of the Bombardment, from drawing lent by
    Commander J. R. Bartlett - Rear-Admiral Henry H. Bell, from photo. lent by Mrs. Margaret C. BeUl (L.
    R. wit,) -Commander John K. Mitchell, C. S. N., from Anderson photo.- lentenant Thomas B. Hager,
    C. S. N., from a photo. lent by W. H. HuIger-Bird-eye View of the Passage of the Forts below New
    Orleans (J. 0. Davidaoa) -Captain Theodorus Bailey, in the " Cayuga." breaking through the Confed-
    erate Fleet (J. 0. Davidson) - Rear-Admiral Theodoris Bailey, from Brady photo.- Rear-Admiral
    Melaneton Smith, from photo. (I. R. Wile) - The course of the United State Screw-sloop  Mississippi"
    in the Passage of the Forts, from drawing lent by Commander J. R. Bartlett-The United States
    Steamer Missisippi' " attempting to run down the Confederate Ram l' Manassas" (J. 0. Daridws) -
    The Confederate Iron-elad " Louisiana" on the way to Fort St. Philip (W. Taber)s- Plan of the" Louisiana,'
    after a war-time sketch (W. Taher) - Mortar-steamers attacking the Water-battery of Fort Jackson , J. 0.
    Daridfson) -Commander Porter receiving Confederate Officers on the" Harriet Lane" (J. 0. Daridso.)-
    Commander Charles F. McIntosh, C. S. N., from photo. lent by William C. Whittle -Explosion of the Con-
    federate Ram "Louisiana" (J. 0. Davidi.) - The Confederate "River Defense " Ram "Stonewall Jaek-
    sOMn, from a sketch by Captain Beverley Kenn-n ri. 0. Davsid.o) - Major-General Benjamin F. Butler,
    from Brady photo.

THE "BROOKLYN" AT THE PASSAGE OF t                COM. JOHN RUSSELL BARTLETT-              56
    THE FORTS      .    ....... .
    ILLUSTRATIoNs: Fort Jackson in 1886 (W. L. LatArop) -Admiral D. G. Farragat, from Brady photo.,
    with Autograph- Section of Chain Armor placed on the side of the "Brooklyn " to protect her boilers.
    from sketch lent by Commander J. R. Bartlett -Admiral David D. Porter, from Brady photo.- Rear-

     tn order to save much repetition, particnlar credit 1I here given to the Massekhusetts Commandery of the
loyal Legion, to Colonel Arnold A. Rand. General Albert Ordway, and Charles B. Hail for the use of photographs
and drawinggs. War-time phot,,grapher. whose work bs of the greatest htstorical value, and has been freely drawn
upon in the preparation of the illustrations., are M. B. Brady, Alexander Gardner, and Captain A. J. Russell in the
North; and D. H. Anderson of Richmond. Va., and George S. Cook of Charleston, S.C.-the latter, since the war,
having suceeeded to the ownership of the Anderson negatives.
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x                       CONTENTS OF VOLUME TWO.

   Admiral Thomas T. Craven, from photo lent by H.S. Craven -The Course of the "Brooklyn" in the Pae-
   Sage of the Forte, from drawing lent by Commander J. I. Bartlett - Stand to hold Gtrape, called " Latmp-
   po-to' by tbe Confederates, from sketch lent by Commander J. R. Bartlett - Flag-Ship "H Hartford "
   attacked by a Fire-rift (J. 0. Dafidon) - Section of Fort St. Philip dnring the Engagement (J. 0. Drid-
   -o.) - The Brooklyn" attacked by the Confederate Ram  ManMauas" (J. 0. Derid-n) - helr-Admiral
   Charlee S. Boggs, froum Brady photo.

FARRAGUT'S CAPTURE OF NEW      ORLEANS ......W ILLIAM   T. MEREDITH ....... .       74)

THE OPPOSING FORCES IN THE OPERATIONS AT NEW          ORLEANS, LA. Compositio,        _
                                                                              p".u  73
   Losses., and Strength                                               .     .

FIGHTING FARRAGUT BELOW     NEW   ORLEANS     CAPTAIN BEVERLEY KENNON.         .... 7ti
     I LUaTRATIOXS: River side Interior of Fort St. Philip, from, photo. (E. J. Meer) - Captain Beverley
   Kenonu. L-muieiana State fary, from tintype-Map showhing Final DisposItion of the Confederate Fleet,
   ftrm drawing lent by Comumander J. R. Bartlett - Firing at the " V-r.nn" through the bow ,tf the "Gu G,.-
   ernmmr Mtsre " (J. 0. Darid ) - The" Stonewail Jack on" rammIng the "V Vrun" (.1J 0. orid.on)
   -The "Peul- t "la " disablugith,- " (Goernor Moore "- (J. 0. D-cid-o) - The " (over-or M- ore" at the
   eld oIt oth- Fight (J. 0. Dorid-on)-The  i o-vrumor M-sr" In Fh lsm- (J. (1 Dartidln)-E trmnce to
   F,rt St. Phillp, fru ... photo. (W. L. Lathr-p).

THE RAM "MANASSAS " AT THE PASSAGE          .. CAPTAIN A. F. WARLEY.
   OF THE NEW   ORLEANS FORTS .......... ....... ..                                     9

INCIDENTS OF THE OCCUPATION OF NEW            CAPTAINALBERT KAUTZ ............ 91
    ORLEANS....                               CAPTAI.ALERT.KAUTZ
    ILLUVTR.ATto'.F: The Muintloof the "Hartford with H.oitzer (W. Taber)-Captadn Theodorns Bailey
    and Lieute-.t G eorge H. Perkins on their way to Demand the Surrender of New Orhl,'a- (T. de Thd-
    t, np) - S t-u' at Cb- City Hall- Baullig down the StItM- Flag (T. de Thndtlr-),).

FARRAGUT'S DEMANDS FOR THE SURRENDER          MARION A. BAKER                       95...........    9-5
   OF NEW  ORLEANS .... .......    ......
     ILLUSTRATION: Pierre Soune, fron, daguerreotyle.

THE WATER-BATTERY AT FORT JACKSON          ...CAPTAIN WILLIAM B. ROBERTSON        . 99

CONFEDERATE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR        I......   . JAMES GRIMSHAW DUNCAN ....... 101
    FARRAGUT'S SUCCESS .... .....             2. COMMODORE JOHN K. MITCHELL.. 102



           OPERATIONS IN THE FAR SOUTH-WEST.

THE CONFEDERATE INVASION OF NEW       .     .. .APTAIN GEORGE H. PETTIS      .    103
    MEXICO AND ARIZONA      ... ...
    ILLUSTRATION.: Cavalry Orderly, from photo. , W. aber) - Map of the Campaign and of Sibley's
    Retreat, amd Map of Fort Craig and Valverde (Jacob We4s) - Major-Gener.l FAwlrd R. S. Canby, fro.,,
    Brady phot.- Briga..ier-ti-ernIl Itenry H. stlly. C. S. A., trom phott.

CANBY'S SERVICES   IN  THE  NEW   MEXICAN     BREVET    BRIG.-GENERAL    LATHAM
   CAMPAIGN    .            .............        ANDERSON .................       6 ,97

CANBY AT VALVERDE .........      . .... ...... LIEUT.-COLONEL A. W. EVANS .      . 6991

SIBLEY'S NEW MEXICAN CAMPAIGN. Its Objects     MAJOR   .  . TEEL ..       .       70
    and the Causes of its Failure.      ...............A_ ...TEL. .                     70



                             EVENTS OF 1861-2.

McCLELLAN ORGANIZING THE GRAND ARMY .... PHILIPPE, COMTE DE PARIS ....... .112
     ILLr8TIISTION8: Provost Guard. Wanfhigton (  Him.aim Home')- Comifederate Works on Munson'1 Hill.
   from sketch by Robert K. Sneden (E. J. Meeker) -Mt. Olivet Church on the old Fairfa. Road, and
     Claremont." the residence of Commodore French Forrest, C. S. N., from skethes by Robert K. Snemlesm
     (. TJ. Meeker) - Edwin M. Stanton, from photo., with Autograph -The North Front of the War Depart-
   ment, Wsahington, from photo. (E. . eeker).

 




                            CONTENTS OF VOLUME TWO.                                         xi

                                                                                          PAGE!
BALL'S BLUFF AND THE ARREST OF GENERAL            COLONEL RICHARD        . IRWIN.       .123
     STONE ......     ............. ..........                                    ... .... J
     ILLUSTRATIONS: Map of the Upper Potomac (Jacob Wela) - Map of Ball's Bluff (Jacob Welia) -The
     Cliff at Ball', Bluff, from photo. (E. J. Meeker) -Colonel Edward D. Baker, from Brady photo.- Governor
     John A. Andrew, front Brady photo.

CAPTAIN WILKES'S SEIZURE OF MASON AND              REAR-ADMIRAL D. M-N. FAIRFAX.. 135
    SLIDELL ..............  . ...............
      ILLIsTRAT1i)NS: Jam-e M. Mason, from daguerreotype-John Slidell, from photo.-Captaln Charles
      Wilke., from Anthony photo.- William H. Seward, fron daguerreotype.

EARLY OPERATIONS ON THE POTOMAC RIVER ..PROFESSOR J. RUSSELL SOLEY ... . 14:3

OPERATIONS OF 1861 ABOUT FORT MONROE.... GENERAL JOSEPH B. CARR .......                   144
      ILLUSTRATIONS: Fort Monroe In 1560, fromo lithograph lent by General John C. Tidball (W. Taube) -
    Light-house, Fort M5onroe-Chesapeake Hospital, Hampton, Va., and S8-lyport, Fort Mo-roe, from
    (;ardner photos. (H. C. Edward.) - Arrival of the Original - Contraband" (Theo. R. D.,U) - Camp of
    Duryea's Zonaves, near Fort Monroe (Fank H. chell) - Uniform of Dnryea's Zouaves [(H. A. (gden) -
    The 4th Massachlnsetts Regitinut FortifyingCamp Butler, Newport News (lFenk H.  eleU) -Confederate
    Earthwork, at Big Bethel, from sketch by R. K. Stteden (E. J. Meeker) -Major Theodore Winthrop, from
    a portrait by RBwse- Rulit of Batnpton, Va., from sketch by R. K. Snedent (E. J. Meket').

CAMPAIGNING TO NO PURPOSE (Recolleetions          WARREN LEE GOSS             ........    I -   I
    of a Private -II.) ..............  ......
      ILLIT5TRATIONS: Inspeetoit, (Wi nslow Homer) - A Sutler's Tent, from photo. (W. H. S Helton)- Harper'e
    Ferry In 1862, fron the North, from Gardner photo. (E. J. Meeker) -Confederate Prisoners, from Gard-
    ner lhfto. (W. H. Shfoa)- A Camp Oven, from sketeh by F. H. 1chell (Ttr Hgan) - Transports
    ou th' Potomac, front photo. (W. H. She.ton)




                    MCCLELLAN BEFORE RICHMOND.

THE PENINSULAR CAMI'AIGN .................... (ENERAL GEORGE B. MCCLELLAN                 1 60
      ILL8TRAsTrToqs: Fort Monroe-Parade of the 3d Peunsylvania Artillery, from Gardner photo. (Wc.
    Tobet') - Major-Genleral John. E. Wool, from Brady photo.- View of Alexandria from the Camp of the
    40th New York Volunteere, fron sketch by B. K. Sneden (E. J. Meeker) - Headquarters of Brigadier-
    General John Sedgwick, ol the Leesburg Turnpike near Washington, from sketch by R. K. Snedeit (F.J.
    Meeker) -Map tuf the Virginlia Campaigns (Jaeob Well.) - Quarternmater's Dock, Fort Monroe (The.. R.
    Doria) -Map ,f the Petlusnuta Campaign (Jaob Wells) - Helntzelntan's Headquartere at Howe's saw-
    utilII before Yorktown, from sketch by t. K. Sneden (E. J. Meeker)-VIew from Mortar-hattery Nt. 4,
    fro-t sketeh by B. K. Snemlen (E. J.  eek-er) -Clark's House, near Howe's Saw-mll, front sketch by
    R. K. Sneden (E. J. Meek-e) -View of Main Street, Yorktown, the Union Troope Marching In, fromtt
    sketch by R. K. Sneden (E. J. Meeker) - Utmion Water-battery in Front of Yorktowrn, Exploded Gun, Con-
    federate Fortifications at Yorktown, Confederate Water-battery, and an Angle of the Confederate Forti-
    filctions at Yorktown, from Gardner photos. ( I. Taber) - St. Peter's Church near New Kent Court-house,
    and New Kent Court-houe, froni skethes. by It. K. Snedeui (r. A. rVderhoof -Secttion of the Encamp-
      tet of the Army of the Potomac near White House, Va., process reproduetiou of Gardner photo.- White
    House, the Home of General W. H. F. Lee, and Ruins of the White House (A. R. Wdnd) - The Orlean,
    Princes and Suite at Dinner, from Gardner photot.-Confederate Battery at Mathias PoInt, ttr Bodd's
    Ferry, from sketch by R. K. Sneulet (Ef. J. Mfeek-r).

YORKTOWN AND WILLIAMSBURG (Recolletiou.s           WARREN LEE GOSS ....         ............ 189
    of a Private-Ill.) .......... ..........
      ILLUsTRATIONs: Map of the fight at Big Bethel. Siege of Yorktown, and of the Battle of Williamsburg
    (.acot WTrll) - On to Richmond (W. Taber) -Mrs. T-'s Exodus (W. H. ShetJon)- Confederate Bat-
    tery on the Terraed Magazine, Gooport Navy-Yard (P. H. Schell) - Get that Team out of the Mu.d! "
    (W. H. Shelto.) -Skirmish at Lee's Mils (Wfinsow Homer) -Union Mortar-battery before Yorktown.
    from Gardner photo. (W. Taber) - The 61st New York Regiment In Camp at Ship Point (Winaje H.n-r)
    -AA Tempting Breastwork ( W fl. 8helon)-Camp of the Union Army near WMte Housee, from Gardner
    photo. (IW. Tuber) - Union Camp at Cumberland Landing, from Gardner photo. (W. Taber).

THE OPPOSING FORCES AT WILLIAMSBURG, VA. Composition, Strentgth, and Iosses               2t)

CONFEDERATE USE OF SUBTERRANEAN SHELLS                                                    2...
    ON THE PENINSULA .             .    .   .

 




Xii                        CONTENTS OF VOLUME TWO.
                                                                                          PAGE
MANASSAS TO SEVEN PINES .. ............. ... GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON               .... 202
     ILLLEsTuiTioNM: tConfederate Sharp-shooter ( W. Tubr) -Mapsof the Regsion betw een Wahntsllg on and
     Rich.lond (J.-ob Well)-Fort Magruder and other Confederate Earth-works, and Will.u. and Mary ( ,i-
     leg, from skete hes by R. K. Sneden (C. A. VanderhofJ - Major-General John B. Magruder, C. S. A., frimi,
     photo. - Majr-Gen eralBenjamin Hager, C. M. A., from photo.- Li.ete.ant-Gcueral Daniel H. Hill, C. S.,A.,
     from Coo k photo.-Burying the Dead, and Burning Horses at the Twit, Itoose, near Casey's Redoubt,
     Seven Pines (A. 11. W.nd) - Major-General Gustavus W. SlIth, C S. A., fr.o photo. by (Inru,-y  SO..

OPPOSING FORCES AT SEVEN PINES. Composition, Strength, and LoSes         ............       18

TWO DAYS OF BATTLE AT SEVEN PINES t            , GENERAL GUSTAVUS W. SMITH            ....2"0
    (Fair Oaks)                                   GNA....W                    SI.....
    ILLUSTN TiOt8: The Seven Pin., looking East, from sketch by G. L Frankenstein (IW. Taber)r- Major-
    (4enerni S. P. Helntzelmami. froni. Brady photo.- Major-General Erasmus D. Keyes, from Brady photo. -
    Map Showing PosItIons Preliminary to the Battle of Seven Pines, after sketeh map by General 0. W.
    Smith, C. S. A. (Jacob WeU)--Mjor-General W. H. C. Whiting, C. S. A., from photo. lent by Cl onel
    C(harles C. Jones, Jr.-The Twin Farm-houses behind Casey'a Redoubt, and the Twin Faru-honaes as scull
    fron- Casey's Red-ubt, from Gardner photos. (Harry P...) -MaJor-General Silas Casey, from Brady
    photii.- Brigadhi-r--eneri EHenry M. Naglee, fromo Brady pho-to.- Major-General David B. Blr-ney. froii
    Brady photo.- Allen'. Fartu House near the Willimsburg Road (  L. .heppard) -Map of the Bttili of
    Seven Pines. ....i..piied liy General (. W. Sumith (Jacob WRr) - Line itf Battle of General Devenli's Brigaile
    (Jid1tn Scoft) - Major-General Darius N. Coueh, froma Brady photo.- Snmiier's Corp criisslng thi- vi-i-
    flowed C Grapei-le" Bridge (.4. R. W aud) - Major-General E. V. Sumner, friiiii Brady photo.- Sunie'sr
    Marlih to Reeut frce Counh at Fair Oaks Station (WU. Taber)-J House on the Battle-ti-ld used a. Untimi
    Hospitild, front Gardiier photos. (W. Taber) - Major-General 0. 0. fliward, from Brady photo.- Fario-
    house near Fair Oaks used as a Union Hospital, Hyer' House, near Fair Oaks, -sed as Union Hospital.
    and House near Fair Oaks, used after the Battle as Quarters for the Otlfers of the 1st Minnesota., froii
    sketches by R. K. Sneden (C. A. rsderhtof) - Second Line of the Union Works at the Twin Houses
    (A. R. Wand) - Pettit's Battery In Fort Richardson, in front of Fair Oaks Stati,,.., fromi Gardiier photo.
    (.A. C. Reda'd) -u ntting tMe WMoanid on Cars (A. R. W-W).

THE NAVY IN THE PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN ..... PROFESSOR J. RUSSELL SOLEY.                  ..264
     ILLI-hTRATIiNs9: On tibe Gun-deek of the .onfederate troim-ehi, Mterriiiia" (IW. Taber) -Maps of ftih-
     - Monitilr andi  Merrimulae" Fight (Jacb dlel)-tn the Turret of the "4Monitor" Henry iloadhoam)
     Fimrt Darling, from photo. (IW. Taber) -Rear-Admiral John Rodgers, from Brady photo.- Fort Darliimg.
     Looking Down the Jamiie., and Sunken Steamboats and other Ohatrimetosms in the Jaii River near F-rt
     Darling. from phiitiis. (Harry F-ni).

STUART'S RIDE AROUND McCLELLAN          ....  ..... COLONEL W. T. ROBINS.          ....-1... 2
      ILLUSTIRATIOTs: Trooper of the Virginia Cavalry (A. C. RIediood -Map of Stuart's Ride around M-
    Clellan (Ja.-b Wr1ts) -Duel between a Union Cavalryman amid a ConfiMldrate Troper (W. T. Teep,).

ANECDOTES OF THE PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN                               .          .           2 75

      1. General Johnston to the Rescue - F. Y. Oahaey. II. Hood " Feeling the Enemy -.1. H. L.
    I1I. Characteristics of General Wise-.f. H. L.  IV. Origin of the Lee Tomatoes -yr. Roy
    fasoi.



                  THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY IN '62.

WEST VIRGINIA OPERATIONS UNDER FREMONT            GENERAL JACOB D. COX ......-.          .27R
      ILLISTRATION: Map of West Virginia (Jab Wellt.).

STONEWALL JACKSON IN THE SHENANDOAH .....G ENERAL JOHN D. IMBODEN                         2R2
      tLLVSTRATION1s: A Confederate of 1852 (A. C. Rd.od) - Brigadir-General John D. Imboden, C. S. A.,
    from photo.- Map of Jackson's Campaign in the Shenandoah Valey (Jacob Wels) - Map of Battle of
    McDowell, froiu mali by Major Jed. Hotchkiss - Union Camp at Front Royal (Edwin Forb) - Brevet
    Major-General John ,4. Kenly, from photo. by J. H. Young -View from Banks's Fort, near Strasburg,
    from photo, by W. G. Reed (E. J. Mmekerj -Arrival of Fremont's Vangnard above Strashurg (Edwin
    Forbes-Map of the Battle of Cross Keys, from map by Major Jed. Hotehkiss- View of the Battle of
    Cross Keys kEduidi Forbes) - Map of the Battle of Port Republic. from map by Major Jed. Hotchkiss -
    The First Maryland (Confederate) Regiment at Harriionburg and the Death of Ahbby, lent by General
    Bradley T. Johnson (W. L. Sheppard) - Brigadier-Ge-eral Tur-er A.bby, C. S. A.. trom photo.

NOTES ON THE BATTLE OF McDOWELL           ....  .  .   .          -.....................       298
     I. General Robert C. +ehenck. II. Extracts from the Report of General R. H. Milroy.

 




                           CONTENTS OF VOLUME TWO.                                        xiii

THE OPPOSING FORCES IN THE VALLEY CAMPAIGNS. Composition, Losses and Strength             2'99

FIGHTING JACKSON AT KERNSTOWN.            .    .. GENERIAL NATHAN KIMBALI...           . L02
     ILLU8TaATlons: lirigadier-General Frederick W. Lander, fro  Brady photo.-Brigadier-General
     .tames Shlelds, from pbhto. lent by David Delany - Map of the Battle of Kertnatown, based upon maps
     in the "(ffieal Recolrl- (.1. S. Rcmp)- Battle-field of Kertiutown, Va.. from photo. by W. G. Reel
     (E. J. Meeker) - Brevet Major-Genernl Nathan Kimball, from photo. by Adams.




                      THE SEVEN DAYS' FIGHTING.

THE OP'POSING FORCES IN THE SEVEN DAYS' BATTLES. (Composition, Losses, and Strengligt        :311:

HANOVER COURT HOUSE AND GAINES'S MILL .. GENERAL F17Z JOHN PORTER . .                     3 19
     ILMLSTIIATIONs: li-orge B. McClellan, from photo. by G. C. Cox- Rush's Laucers, 6th Penxusylvn ,i
     Cavalry ( WiNlow H..ecr) - Map of the Upper Chickahominy and Neighboring Country (.Jacohb Wells)-
     Replenishing the G-a of Protessor Lo-e's Military Balloon  Intrepid," and Professor Love observing
     tin' Battle of Seven Pines, from photos. (W. Taber)-C onfederate Retreat through Meehanle-ille before
     the Advan.-e of, McClellan's Artillery (A. R. lWa-l) - Union Artillery at Meehanicaville Shelling the OoC-
     federate Works, fron, sketch by A. R. Wand (W. L. Sheppard) -Union Defenses at Ellerson's Mill, fr'on
     sketch by A. R. Wandl (Ch-arls Ke-driek) -Map of the Battle of Beaver D-il Creek (Jaeob W1ll.) - Bat-
     tle of Gaines's 1111, fr o a photo. of the painting by the Prince de Joinville, lent by General Fitz John
     l'orter-MMajr-Gen-ral Fitz John Porter, from Brady photo.-Map of the Battle-field of Gaine.s'
     Mill (.Jacb Wells) -- Uniform of the 83d Pennsylvania (H. A. Ogdea) -Capture of abandonedUnion Gons
     :at Gaines's Mill (A. R. Wand) - RlIns of Gaines's Mill, from photo. (Harry Fen) - Brevet Maior-
     General Philip St. -eorge Cooke, from photo. by Whitehurst.

THE CHARGE OF COOKE'S CAVALRY AT                  G ENERAL P. ST. GEORGE COOKE....344
    GAINES'S MILL ...........               ..     EE,        .S.GOG           OK      ..4

RECOLLECTIONS OF A PARTICIPANT IN THE            . REV. W. H. HITCHCOCK                   84B
    CHARGE   . .  ..       ............

LEE'S ATTACKS NORTH OF THE CHICKAHOMINY           GENERAL DANIEL H. HILL .. .       ..... :147
      ILLtT5THATIoNS: "W'at war Iky Fightin 'bout t" (W. Tabe) )-Confederate Skrmi-sh-line driven in by
    the Unilon Advance (W. L. .Sheplard) - Extertor Line of Defenses of Richmond Wr. L. Shelpard) -
    Mechaniesville from the North-west, from photo. (Harrt FPn) - Charge of Confederates nuder Ripley
    and Pende- at Beaver Dam Creek (A. C. Redwood) - Old Cold Harbor Tavern, from photo. ( W. Taber) -
    Battle-tlield of Beaver Damn ('reek, frogm photo. (Harry Fenn) -Charge of a Butler upon G. B. Anderson's
    Brigade at Gaines's Mill (T. de Thldslrp) - "1 Captured by Stonewall Jaekson himself! " (A. C. Red1wood.)

ON THE CONFEDERATE RIGHT AT GAINES'S MILL GENERAL E. M. LAW... . ...                    . 3Pi3

THE CAUSE OF A SILENT BATTI.E          ......  . PROFESSOR JOHN B. DEMO TTE              .:t36

REAR-GUARD FIGHTING DURING THE CHANGE                                                      ti ( ENERAL W. B. FRANKLIN........ :,66
    OF BASE.
      ILL UsTRATIONs: Unifor  of the 7-Mt Pennylvania (H. A. Ogdes) - UnIon Troops Building the Cordu-
    roy Approaches to Grapevine Bridge, from Gardner photo. (R. P. Zobatt,) -The Retreat froml the
    Chickaho-iny (A. B. Wa.-d)-Dr. Tret's Fnam-house, McClellan's leadguarters, from photo. (W. L.
    Sheppard) - Battle of Savage's Stntia (A. R. W-od) - Running Ammunition Trains into the Chieka-
    hominy (.1. R. Wand) -View of Sv-age's Station from the North Side ,f the Railroad, from,. sketch by
    R. K. Sn,'dem, (H. C8. Fdwards) - Map of the Plan of the Battle at Savage's Station (Jcohb well.) - Major-
    General William B. Franklin, from photo.-The Rear-Guard at White Oak Swamp, showing General
    William F. Smith's divitosn, fromt the pnting owned by the Union League Club, New York (Julian


McCLELLAN'S CHANGE OF BASE AND MAI-               G GENFRAL DANIEL H. HILL L       .      13
    VERN HILL .-...             .....
      Im.LtTSTRATION8: Woodbur'y's Bridge across the Chickahbminy, from Gardner photo. (W. Taber)- Map
    of the Region of the Seven Days' Fighting (Jacob Well.) -A Sample of the Chiekahomnny Swamp, from
    Brady photo. (J1. D. Wbodrnrd) - Union Fleld-Hospital at Savage's Station, after the Battle of G.ainess Mill,
    from Gardner photo. (T. de Thsmlsfrsmp) -The Artillery Engagenient at White Oak Bridge (.4  . W-nd) -
    Sketm'h Map of the Vicinity of Malvern Hill (Jacob Well.) - Willis Chureh, on the Quaker Road. near
    Glenidale (E. J. Meek-er) -George W. Randolph, Secretary of War of the Confederacy from March 17t1,
    1862, mitil November 17th, 1862, from a photo.

 




xiv                        CONTENTS OF VOLUME TWO.

                                                                                         PAGE
"THE SEVEN DAYS," INCLUDING FRAYSERS              GENERAL JAMES LONGSTREET                P.
     . ARM .......       ................
     ILLUSTRATIONS: - Gln'l Longstreet's Body-Sarvant, Sah, endn'in de Walh! ' (W. L,. Rheppard) - Map of
     the Battle of Frayser's Farm (Jaeob Wed) -Frayser's Farn-Hotc, from photo. (Harry penn)- Uni-
     form of a Non-CommiSioned Olileer of the 1st New-York (H. A. 0gdet) - Opening of the Battle of Fray-
     ser's Farit (A. R. Waud) -Charge of Confederates upon Rand-d's Battery at Frayser's Farti (A. C.
     Red wood) - General (leorge A. McCall, from Brady photo. - General Helntsclnsan's Headquarter, at
     Nelson's House, during the Battle of Glendale, front, ketch by R. K. Sned en (C. A. Vanderhoof).

THE BATTLE OF MALVERN HILL           . ...  ... GENERAL FITZ JOHN PORTER ...                  . 14tH
     ILLU.sTRATIONS: An Orderly at Headquarters (W. H. Shetton) -The Par-onage, near Malvemrt 1il,
     -Mter photo. taken in 1883 (Harry Fe..) - Major-General George W. Morell, frotn Bratty photo. - The
     Crew Ilowe of war time, from sketch by G. L. Frankenstein, and the new Crew House, from photo.
     (Harry FCaN) - Map of the Battle of Malvern Hill (Jaeob Wells) - Berdan's Sharp-shooters Skir.tmishng
     it the Meadow Wheat-Field (A. C. Redwood) -The West House, from photo. (Harry Fenn) - View from
     the Meadow west of the Crew House, from photo. (Harry Feat) - Scene of the Confederate Attack ott
     the west side of Crew's Hill, fro- photo. (Harry FPltn) - Repulse of the Confederates on the Slope of
     Crew's Hill ('. de Thlart-p) -The Main Battle-NIeld. Views of the Uniott and Cottfederate Positions,
     from photo's (Harry FetI) - Malvern Hill, from the direetion of Turkey Island Bridge, from  ketch
     by G. L. Fr-nkenstein -View fro. Malvern Hill. looking toward the James, from photo. (Harry Fent)
     -Brevet Brigadier-General James MeQuade. from Brady photo. -The Malvern House, from photo.
     (Harry Fens) - Headquarters of General Heintzelman on the River Side of Malvern Hill, and Turkey
     Bridge, under Malvern Hill, frot.t sketches by R. K. Sneden (C. A. Thanderhoof) - General Fitz John
     Porter's Headiquarters in the Westover Manston, Camp at Harrison's LandIng (A. R. Wan) - Supplying
     the Hungry Army at Harrison's Lanuding. from sketch by A. R. Wand (W. L. Sheppard)-Berkeley,
     lIlarrison'. Landing (A. R. Waud).

THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC AT HARRISON'S             GEORGE L. KILMER                          27
    LANDING ....... ...    ..   ......... .. I
      ILLUSTRATION: Dummies and Quaker Guns left in the Works ltt Harrl....... 1,.'ding on the E-aena.-
    tion by the Army of the Potomac (A. R. Wand).

WITH THE CAVALRY ON THE PENINSULA           ...... GENERAL WILLIAM      W. AVFRELL .... 42
     ILLUSTRATIoNs: A Part of the Fortilled Camtp at Harrison's Iauding, from sketch by A R. Wand (J.
     D). W-oodlard - Roll-Book of Co. D, 27th New-York Regimenlt. front the "1 History of the 27th New-York
     Voluitteers."

THE REAR-GUARD AT MALVERN HILL              -     BREVET-MAJOR HENRY E. SMITH..            44
                                                 a.GENERA4L ERASMUS D. KEYES.
THE ADMINISTRATiON IN THE PENINSULAR               LIEUT.-COLONEL RICHARD B. IRWIN.435
    CAMPAIGN                                     .. LEUT-COONELRICARD...IWI..4.

RICHMOND SCENES IN      o2.    ... .... MRS. BURTON HARRISON                   ....       4:39
     ILLUSTWaTIo!;S: The Old Clifton Hotel (W. L. Sheppar) - Front tatd Bear Views of the Virginia
     Armory, Richmond (iW. L. Sheppard, -Richmond. from the Manchester Side of the Jame. (Fortie'
     Caafia) P-Food for the Confederate Wounded E. W. Ktbie - In the Streets of Richmond - Wonnded
     from the Battle of Seven Pines (Wl'. L. Sheppard) - View of W-ahitWgton Moimtent, in Capitol Square,
     Richmond (Tromas,  Moran).



                   LE'S CAMPAIGN AGAINST POPE.

THE SECOND BATTLE OF BULL RUN              -........GENERAL JOHN POPE ..                   449
     ILLUSTRATIONS: Picketing the Rapidan (R. P. Zegba..,) - Outline Map of the Campaign (Jaeob Well.)
     -View In Culpeper during the occupation by Pope, from Gardner photo. (W'. Tabet) - Major-General
     John Pulpe, frztm photo., with Autograph - Retreat of the Union Troops across the ltappahannock at
     Rappahannoek Station (Edwin Fbrbes)- The Battle of Cedar Mountain, View front the Union Line
     (Edwjin Forbes) - Brigadier-General Charles 8. Winder, C. S. A., frot.i photo. letit by hi, widow - House
     llt the Battle-field of Cedar Mountain where General Winder died, from Gardnter photo. (W. Taber)-
     MPlapof the Battle-fleld of Cedar Mountain (Jaeob  eIU) - Charge of Union Ctlralry ttpon the Confederate
     Advanee near Brandy Station (Edwin Forbes) - Brevet Major-Genersl John W. Geary, frottt Itlloto. lent
     by Dr. H. R. Goodman - Map of Relative Positions of Forees at Sunset, Aitntst 26th. 152 (.Jacob Wells)
     -The Rear of the Column (Edwin Forbes) -Map of Relative Positions of Forces at anuuet. Augunt 27th,
     1862 (Jacob Well) - Collision on Thursday, August 28th, between Reynolds's DivIsion and Jackon's Right
     Wing (Edwiai Forbes -Map of Relative Positions of Forees at Snoset, Angttst 28th, 1552 (.Taeob Wells) -
     Map of Battle-field of the Second Bull Run, showing Relative Positions at Noon, Augnut 29th, repro-
     uetion of a drawing lent by General John Pope-Map of RelatIve Positions at