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battlefield of Champion's hill
battle of Champion's hill
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Grant reenforces ich Grant had to contend in the battle of Champion's hill.
Pemberton declared in his official repoh his left on a high wooded ridge, called Champion's hill, over which the road to Edward's station ncipal proprietor of the neighborhood. or Champion's hill, on the rebel left, was evidently the keyy.
These were the only fortifications at Champion's hill, but they answered the rebels well.
Fi precipitated the rout, and the battle of Champion's hill was won. This was between three and four f Vicksburg; this gives the rebel loss at Champion's hill as six thousand men and thirty cannon.
Twas that night informed of the victory of Champion's hill, and ordered to turn his corps northward n abatis.
Port Gibson, Raymond, Jackson, Champion's hill, and the Big Black—each battle illustrate