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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 3., The capture of Port Hudson. (search)
movement of a single division. In Washington, Banks had been led to expect that he would find in te that the expectations of the Government that Banks would go against Vicksburg immediately on landrd came from Grant or McClernand. Meanwhile Banks was trying to find a way of turning Port Hudsnattempt to penetrate the bayous having failed, Banks was just turning his attention to the preparatrate supplies from the Red River country. General Banks fell in with the admiral's plans, and, cond of the mouth of Red River, and, accordingly, Banks at once reverted to the execution of his formeere a brisk engagement took place on the 13th, Banks only seeking to gain a good position on both sy guns, surrendered to Cooke, and the same day Banks occupied Opelousas. Here he received his fiBayou Sara to join in reducing Port Hudson. Banks moved on to Alexandria, on the Red River, to p wore away and no sound came from Sherman, General Banks rode to the left and gave fresh orders for[19 more...]