nd transports across the peninsula, opposite Vicksburg.
General Grant then returned to Memphis, orboats when the main army is known to be near Vicksburg — Haines's Bluff or Yazoo City.
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Thus General Grant's army had below Vicksburg an abundance of stores, and boats with whichles without rest, for afterward, on reaching Vicksburg, I heard that the men were perfectly exhaust the column, I resumed the march straight on Vicksburg.
About two miles before reaching the forts, right was the graveyard road, which entered Vicksburg near a large cemetery.
General Grant in per river to the peninsula, so that by May 31st Vicksburg was completely beleaguered.
Good roads werein Vicksburg.
The value of the capture of Vicksburg, however, was not measured by the list of pr themselves had prepared.
The campaign of Vicksburg, in its conception and execution, belonged e29, 1868. Major-General W. T. Sherman, Vicksburg, Mississippi.
my dear General: The question of r