Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Chickasaw Bayou” in chapter 24 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
...s 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 then landed at Chickasaw Bayou .
Owing to the late heavy rains he found the roads to Vicksburg heights almost impassable, and when he attempted to advance with his Army he was headed off by innumerable bayous, which had to be bri...
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