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James Ford Rhodes (1848–1927).  History of the Civil War, 1861–1865.  1917.
 
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Indiana, action of Democratic legislature, 201; in election of 1864, 338.
 
Intervention. See Mediation.
 
Iron, scarcity in South, 369, 374377.
 
Island No. 10, capture, 124.
 
Jackson, T. J., at Bull Run, “Stonewall,” 39; Valley operations, 127131; character, 128; effect of operations, 131; on Lee, 134; Seven Days, 135137, 141; love of fighting, 141; Second Bull Run, 160; Antietam campaign, 167, 169; Chancellorsville, 214218, 220; mortally wounded, 216.
 
Jackson, Fort, bombardment, 118, 120; passage, 120122; surrender, 123.
 
James River, Grant crosses, 312, 322.
 
Johnston, A. S., and Fort Donelson, 87; Shiloh, 98104; killed, 104.
 
Johnston, J. E., Bull Run campaign, 3742; condition of force (1861), 57, 59; self-depreciation, 62; ability, 62 n.; retires from Manassas, 95; on Yorktown, 126; Fair Oaks, wounded, 131, 132; and Davis, 134; Vicksburg campaign, 253, 257; on prolongation of the war, 259 n.; Atlanta campaign, 314318; and Sherman, 315; death, 315 n.; relieved, 332; on railroad difficulties, 372; on Sherman’s Carolina march, 423; commands in Carolina, 428; plan for Lee’s union with, 431; surrender, 437.
 
Jones, C. ap R., Merrimac-Monitor fight, 115.
 
Jones, J. B., on scarcity, 367.
 
Kemper, J. L., in Pickett’s charge, wounded, 241, 243.
 
Kenesaw Mountain, battle, 317.
 
Kentucky, and secession, 25; effect of Fort Donelson, 92; Confederate invasion, 166, 176178.
See also Border States.
 
Kilpatrick, H. J., and pillage, 407, 424.
 
Laird-rams affair, 279284; effect of seizure, 284.
 
Layard, Sir A. H., and Laird rams, 282.
 
Lee, Fitzhugh, at Chancellorsville, 215.
 
Lee, R. E., resigns Federal commission, 20; and preparation, 33; plans Jackson’s Valley operations, 127; commands Army of Northern Virginia, and Davis, defensive measures, plan to attack McClellan, 134; Seven Days, 135144; love of fighting, attitude of troops, 141, 307, 310; on results of Seven Days, 144; study of Pope, 158; advance against Pope, 159; Second Bull Run, 160; invades Maryland, purpose, 163166; Antietam campaign, 167170; Fredericksburg, 183, 184; Chancellorsville, 211221; reorganizes army, purpose in invasion of Pennsylvania, 225; invasion, 226230; battle of Gettysburg, 233245; and Pickett’s charge, 237, 242244; retreat, 245247; and prolongation of the war, 259 n.; Wilderness, 306308; Grant’s respect, 308; Spottsylvania, 309, 310; Cold Harbor, 311; results of Wilderness campaign, 312314; and Grant’s crossing of the James, 322; Petersburg, 322, 333; and Early’s raid, 325; and legal tenders, 392; General-in-chief, influence, 415; and enlistment of slaves, and submission, 417; on Sherman’s Carolina march, 423; generalship in final campaign, 429, 434 n.; final Richmond campaign, evacuation, 430433; plan to join Johnston, 431; Appomattox campaign, surrender, 434436.
 
Legal tenders. See Paper money.
 
Lewis, Sir G. C., and intervention, 269, 271.
 
Lexington, Ky., Confederate occupation, 176.
 
Lieber, Francis, on Northern success as miracle, 360.
 
 

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