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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 2., Chapter 22: the siege of Vicksburg. (search)
tely to the Canal that General Williams attempted to cut, See page 527. Milliken's Bend, Lake Providence, the Yazoo Pass, and Steele's Bayou. All of these routes were tried, as we shall observe, of the Mississippi, forty or fifty miles above Vicksburg, across a narrow neck of land into Lake Providence, from which there was a continuous water communication to the great river, far below the ciollowed by the Seventeenth corps under McPherson, which had lately come down from beautiful Lake Providence, The picture on page 604, giving a view of a portion of the shore of Lake Providence, a Lake Providence, a little west of the-Mississippi, in Upper Louisiana, is from the pencil of Henri Lovie. The fine building in the foreground was the, Headquarters of General McPherson during the time his troops were behind them, and retreated toward Vicksburg. So ended the battle of Port Gibson. View on Lake Providence. The bridges were rebuilt and the pursuit of the Confederates was continued. Meanwhil