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  This webpage reproduces a section of
R. E. Lee: A Biography

by Douglas Southall Freeman

published by Charles Scribner's Sons,
New York and London, 1934

The text, and illustrations except as noted, are in the public domain.

 

This site is not affiliated with the US Military Academy.

INDEX

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Cadwalader, Gen. George

I, 251, 260, 262

Caesar, Julius

I, 355, 456

Calhoun, Fort

Calhoun, John C.

I, 38‑45

Calvert, Julia

I, 105

Camargo

I, 206, 210

Cameron, Sen. Simon

I, 436, 440, 633‑4; IV, 3602

Campaign of 1781 in the Carolinas, The,
by Henry Lee

I, 37

Carlisle Barracks

I, 363
on the Web: 1 2

Carlyle, George William

I, 19

Carnifix Ferry

Caroline, Queen

I, 35

Carrion-Nisasº

I, 357

Carroll, Charles

I, 308

Carroll, Fort

Carter, Ann Hill

Carter, Anne

Carter, Anne Moore (Mrs. Charles Carter), grandmother of R. E. Lee,

I, 8, 24; IV, 494

Carter, Bernard

I, 89

Carter, Blanton

I, 89

Carter, Charles, grandfather of R. E. Lee

I, 8‑9, 22, 24, 27‑8; II, 182; IV, 494, 503, 505

Carter, Charles (younger)

I, 89

Carter, Edward

I, 12

Carter, Elizabeth

I, 25

Carter, Elizabeth

Carter, Elizabeth (younger)

Carter, Elizabeth Hill

I, 24

Carter, Hill

I, 23n, 177

Carter, John

I, 24

Carter, John Hill

I, 89

Carter, Judith

Carter, Lucy

Carter, Mary

Carter, Mildred

I, 22

Carter, Mildred (younger)

I, 89

Carter, Robert

I, 12, 23n

Carter, Robert ("Councillor")

I, 24‑5, 27n

Carter, Dr. Robert

I, 28‑9

Carter, Robert ("King")

I, 24‑5

Carter, Shirley

I, 89

Carter, Col. T. H., C. S. A.

II, 390‑1, 532

Carter, Williams

I, 89

Carter family

I, 23‑8, 166; II, 462

Casa Mata, Mexican powder magazine

I, 275

Casey, Silas

I, 54, 84

Caswell, Fort

I, 185

Catholic churches, in Vera Cruz

I, 235‑6

Catlett's Station

I, 449; II, 294‑7, 305

Catumseh, Chief

I, 363‑4

Cedar Run

II, 271, 275

Centreville

I, 448, 505; II, 342, 374‑6, 378

Cerro Gordo

Chadbourne, Fort

I, 365‑8

Chalco, Lake

Chambers, Lt. James A.

I, 95, 105

Chambersburg

I, 530; II, 422‑3

Chambliss, Brig. Gen. John R., C. S. A.

II, 424; III, 221

Chancellorsville

I, 217, 297; II, 415, 494, 510‑13, 515, 517, 519‑21, 523, 528‑44, 548, 550, 554‑6; battle, II, 528‑44; III, 1‑7, 12‑13, 18, 22, 34, 90, 148, 161, 195‑6, 201, 203‑4, 230, 233, 240‑1, 272, 297‑8, 384, 4432, 447; IV, 51, 74, 134, 162, 167, 169, 174‑7, 227, 477; who devised the left flank movement?, II, 584‑9

Chantilly

I, 505; II, 341‑2

Chapman, Samuel, Capt., C. S. A.

II, 332

Chapultepec

Charles, Archduke

II, 455

Charles I

I, 168

Charles XII

I, 63, 68

Charleston

Charleston Mercury, The

II, 5‑6, 243

Charlottesville

II, 108

Chartekkun, Travels

I, 72

Chase, Judge Salmon P., Chief Justice

I, 634; IV, 304, 336, 360, 365, 381

Cheat Mountain

Cheat River Bridge

I, 533‑4

Cherokee Indians

I, 204

Chesney, Col. C. C. (British Army)

I, 351

Chesnut, James, Jr.

I, 535‑6

Chickahominy

I, 459; II, 15, 41, 46, 58‑61, 64, 66‑8, 72‑3, 80‑1, 96, 99, 104‑6, 110‑20; II,º 117‑26, 128‑9, 133‑8, 140‑2, 145, 153, 155, 157‑67, 169, 172, 174, 176, 192, 194, 219, 236‑7, 243, 248, 254, 276, 518, et passim; III, 351, 362, 364, 369, 373, 382‑3, 385‑6, 393, 399‑400, 402, 407; IV, 102, 153, 177, 198

Chihuahua

Childe, Edward Vernon

Childe, Mary

I, 392

Childe, Mildred Lee

Chilton, Emmie

I, 377

Chilton, Miss Laura Mason (Mrs. Peyton Wise)

I, 377; IV, 272‑3

Chilton, Brig. Gen. R. H., C. S. A.

I, 377, 530, 641‑2; II, 169, 205, 207, 235‑6, 249, 397, 443, 486, 525, 530,º 566º; III, 224, 228‑9; IV, 191, 235n, 272, 306, 451

Chinn house

II, 334

Chippewa Indians

I, 144

Church, Albert E.

I, 55, 119, 319

Church, James C.

I, 188

Churchill, Col. Sylvester

I, 210

Churubusco

Cicero

I, 36, 40

Clark, Gov.

II, 93

Clarke, Col. Newman S.

I, 251, 282

Clark's Mountain

I, 449

Clay, Henry

I, 340, 460

Clinton, Fort

I, 48, 70

Cobb, Gen. Howell

II, 489

Cobb, Gen. T. R. R., C. S. A.

Cockburn, Admiral

I, 29

Cocke, Gen. P. St. George, C. S. A.

I, 496, 505‑6, 513, 540; IV, 212
on the Web: 1
See also — different person —
Cooke, Brig. Gen. Philip Saint George, U. S. A.

Cockspur Island, Ga.

I, 94‑6, 100, 455; II, 420, 542; IV, 495

Coggin's Point

II, 208‑9, 275

Cohorn

I, 76

Coke, Lord (misspelled Cooke)

I, 163

Cold Harbor

I, 460; II, 58, 111‑12, 114, 140, 143, 146, 148, 150, 237; III, 373‑403, 432, 436‑9, 441, 446, 457; IV, 134, 170, 174, 198; order of battle, III, 385‑6; evacuated by Grant, III, 401‑3

Cole, Lt. Col./Col. Robert G., C. S. A.

I, 642; II, 493; IV, 55, 67, 71, 81, 453

Collendar

I, 265

Colorado, Camp

I, 405

Colquitt, Gen., C. S. A.

II, 215, 371

Colston, Brig. Gen. R. E., C. S. A.

II, 546, 559; IV, 456

Columbus, Fort

II, 1

Comanche Indians

Confessions, by Rousseau

I, 72

Congress (Federal warship)

II, 2

Congressional Globe, The

I, 436, 518

Connally, Jim

I, 219, 301

Conner, Commodore David

I, 223‑4

Conrad, C. M.

I, 326‑7

Conscription

II, 25‑9, 257; III, 254‑5, 498‑9, 517‑18

Considérations sur l'Art de la Guerre,
by Napoleon

I, 354

Contreras

Cooke, Maj. Giles B., C. S. A.

I, 642; III, 423; IV, 158, 160, 212

Cooke, Col./Brig. Gen. John R., C. S. A.

II, 91, 397, 458, 462; III, 181‑3, 378, 445; IV, 16, 48

Cooke, Brig. Gen. Philip Saint George, U. S. A.

I, 54, 84; II, 100
on the Web: 1
See also — different person —
Cocke, Brig. Gen. P. St. George, C. S. A.

Cooper, Camp

Cooper, James Fenimore

I, 81

Cooper, Gen. Samuel, C. S. A.

I, 536, 559‑60, 579; II, 62, 188, 190, 242; III, 510; IV, 405, 451

Coosawhatchie

Corbin family

I, 166

Corbin, Letitia

Corley, Lt. Col./Col. James L., C. S. A.

I, 642; II, 236; IV, 68, 446‑9

Cormontaigne

I, 76, 357

Cornwallis

I, 3, 66; IV, 133

Cornwallis, Fort

I, 3

Cortez

I, 252

Cortinas, Juan

I, 406‑9

Cosby, Capt. George B.

I, 425‑6

Cottage Architecture, by London

I, 357

Cottage Architecture, by Ranlett

I, 357

Country Houses, by Downing

I, 357

Coursº d'art Militaire, by Fallot

I, 358

Cours Elémentaire de Fortification, by Emy

I, 358

Courts Martial

Kennedy on, I, 357; DeHart on, I, 357

Covington, Fort

I, 316

Cox, Brig. Gen. Jacob D., U. S. A.

I, 584, 586, 590; II, 297, 338

Coyoacan, village

I, 266‑7

Cozzens, William B.

I, 49‑50, 80

Craik, Dr. James

I, 21

Crampton's Gap

I, 205; II, 369, 374, 380

Cranch, Judge

I, 20

Crenshaw, Maj. Joseph R., C. S. A.

I, 640; II, 148

Creole, Lee's mare

I, 219, 245

Crew house

Crimean campaign

I, 299, 355, 359, 456; II, 106

Critcher, John

I, 464

Crittenden compromise

I, 419

Cromwell, Oliver

II, 419

Cross, Military Laws

I, 357

Cross Keys

II, 94, 109, 139, 240

Cross Lanes

I, 583‑4

Crutchfield, Col. S., C. S. A.

II, 195

Indicates a West Point graduate and gives his Class.Cullum, Capt. George W.

I, 322, 330

Culpeper, Va.

I, 449, 492; II, 261, 265, 275, 286‑8, 359, 415, 426‑7, 432, 437‑8, 483, 509; III, 171‑5, 267, 269, 384; IV, 456

Cumberland (Federal warship)

I, 474; II, 2

Cumberland Island

Cumberland Sound

I, 613

Custis estate

I, 380‑93

Custis, George Washington Parke,
father-in‑law of R. E. Lee

I, 92‑3, 99, 104, 106‑7, 129‑30, 315, 367, 371, 377, 379‑84, 386‑8, 390‑2, 453, 636; II, 474; III, 228; IV, 207, 385‑90, 501; estate settlement, IV, 385‑90, 501

Custis, Mary L. F.
(Mrs. George Washington Parke),
mother-in‑law of R. E. Lee

Custis, Mary Anne Randolph


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