Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Chickasaw Bayou” in chapter 24 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
...h the enemy's batteries, during which the boats of the squadron pushed ahead, and succeeded in destroying numbers of torpedoes.
General Sherman moved his transports to a point on the river called Chickasaw Bayou without the loss of a man from torpedoes or sharpshooters, his landing being covered in every direction by the gun-boats.
Sherman first made a feint on Haines' Bluff as if to attack the works and...
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