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Ninety-Eight Days: Geographers View Vicksburg Campaign

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Grant's campaign against Vicksburg has been studied from a number of perspectives--but always with the outcome in the foreground. This documented history of the final phases of the Vicksburg Campaign, from March 29 through July 4, 1863, examines the actions of Union and Confederate commanders as they unfolded, reconstructing their decisions based only on what they knew at any given time. In meticulous detail, Warren E. Grabau describes the logistical situation at key junctures during the campaign and explains how and why ...

Ninety-Eight Days: Geographers View Vicksburg Campaign 2000, Univ Tennessee Press

ISBN-13: 9781572330689

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