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Vicksburg, Mississippi By Marty Kittrell
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My Cave Life In Vicksburg By Arthur Wyllie
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Fascinating first hand account of what it was like during the seige of Vicksburg as detailed by a woman who was there.
Cave Life in Vicksburg By Arthur Wyllie
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Fascinating first hand account of what it was like during the seige of Vicksburg as detailed by a woman who was there.
Cave Life in Vicksburg By Arthur Wyllie
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Fascinating first hand account of what it was like during the seige of Vicksburg as detailed by a woman who was there.
Frank Before Vicksburg By Harry Castlemon
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After all the tragic adventures which Frank Nelson had passed through, since entering the service of his country, which we have attempted to describe in the preceding volume of this series, he found... More > himself surrounded by his relatives and friends, petted and fêted, enjoying all the comforts of his old and well-beloved home. Only those who have been in similar circumstances can imagine how pleasant that quiet little cottage seemed to Frank, after the scenes of danger through which he had passed. He looked back to the memorable struggle between the lines; the scene in the turret during the first day's fight at Fort Pemberton; the privations he had undergone while confined in the prison at Shreveport; his almost miraculous escape; and they seemed to him like a dream.< Less
Frank Before Vicksburg By Harry Castlemon
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After all the tragic adventures which Frank Nelson had passed through, since entering the service of his country, which we have attempted to describe in the preceding volume of this series, he found... More > himself surrounded by his relatives and friends, petted and fêted, enjoying all the comforts of his old and well-beloved home. Only those who have been in similar circumstances can imagine how pleasant that quiet little cottage seemed to Frank, after the scenes of danger through which he had passed. He looked back to the memorable struggle between the lines; the scene in the turret during the first day's fight at Fort Pemberton; the privations he had undergone while confined in the prison at Shreveport; his almost miraculous escape; and they seemed to him like a dream.< Less
Confederate Paroles at Vicksburg By Arthur Wyllie
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At the end of the siege of Vicksburg, surrender terms negotiated between General's Grant and Pemberton allowed for the parole of the Confederate garrison. The Union forces did not have to contend... More > with almost 30,000 prisoners of war. Confederate soldiers signed a parole notice promising not to take up arms against the United States. The names of all the men captured at Vicksburg are listed in alphabetical order.< Less
Confederate Paroles at Vicksburg By Arthur Wyllie
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At the end of the siege of Vicksburg, surrender terms negotiated between General's Grant and Pemberton allowed for the parole of the Confederate garrison. The Union forces did not have to contend... More > with almost 30,000 prisoners of war. Confederate soldiers signed a parole notice promising not to take up arms against the United States. The names of all the men captured at Vicksburg are listed in alphabetical order.< Less
War Experiences and the Story of the Vicksburg Campaign By Capt. J.J. Kellogg
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The Vicksburg Campaign was a series of maneuvers and battles in the Western Theater of the American Civil War directed against Vicksburg, Mississippi, a fortress city that dominated the last... More > Confederate-controlled section of the Mississippi River. The Union Army of the Tennessee under Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant gained control of the river by capturing this stronghold and defeating Lt. Gen. John C. Pemberton's forces stationed there. The campaign consisted of many important naval operations, troop maneuvers, failed initiatives, and eleven distinct battles from December 26, 1862, to July 4, 1863. Military historians divide the campaign into two formal phases: Operations Against Vicksburg (December 1862 – January 1863) and Grant's Operations Against Vicksburg (March–July 1863). This book is covers “Milliken’s Bend” to July 4, 1863 being an accurate and graphic account of Campaign events taken from the diary of Capt. J. J. Kellogg of Co. B, 113th Illinois Volunteer Infantry.< Less
On to Vicksburg!: The Mississippi Central Railroad Campaign By Larry Allen McCluney Jr.
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Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant became commander of all federal forces in the region of Mississippi and east Louisiana in October 1862. For the next nine months, he fought for control of Vicksburg and the... More > Mississippi River, and the Mississippi Central Railroad Campaign was the first in a series of attempts to capture the Confederate citadel. It would end in failure because of a daring raid at Holly Springs, Mississippi, made by Maj. Gen. Earl Van Dorn. Larry Allen McCluney Jr. examines the campaign as Grant followed the railroad through the Mississippi towns of Holly Springs, Abbeville, Water Valley, Oxford, Coffeeville, and the outskirts of Grenada where his advance was halted, forcing him to return to Holly Springs after Van Dorn’s raid. The book addresses a too-little examined phase of Grant’s greater Vicksburg Campaign: His initial intent to take the “Gibraltar of the Mississippi” by going through Jackson, Mississippi, on the Mississippi Central Railroad.< Less

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