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Chapter 8: Civil affairs in 1863.--military operations between the Mountains and the Mississippi River. The National finances, 226. Financial measures adopted, 227. finances of the Confederates, 228. retaliatory measures proposed by the Confederates, 229. Emancipation of the slaves, the Government policy, 230. the
lank, and Rosecrans, who was succeeded by Thomas in the command of the Army of the Cumberland, is at the head of the Department of the Missouri.
Between the Mississippi River and the Appalachian chain of mountains little more than guerrilla operations are seen; while near the southern extremity of that chain of hills, at and near n us.
Before considering the great campaigns of the principal armies, let us notice other important movements in the country between the mountains and the Mississippi River, and beyond that stream.
When General Sherman was ordered to the assistance of Rosecrans, he left General McPherson in command at Vicksburg.