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Chapter 5: Chickasaw Bayou plunging an Army through deep swamps against impregnable b
k upon Vicksburg from the Yazoo River and Chickasaw Bayou in December, 1862, was under the sole dir over-looking the swamps through which ran Chickasaw Bayou.
To flounder through this boggy low land ower, but too deep to be forded, known as Chickasaw Bayou.
All the island was densely wooded, exce , and a series of old cotton-fields along Chickasaw Bayou.
There was a road from Johnson's plantat
Morgan was to move to his left to reach Chickasaw Bayou, and to follow it toward the bluff; about mith.
Steele was on Morgan's left across Chickasaw Bayou, and M. L. Smith on Morgan's right.
We m there, and to return to the west side of Chickasaw Bayou in support of General Morgan's left.
He four columns: Steele's above the mouth of Chickasaw Bayou; Morgan, with Blair's brigade of Steele's in the Memoirs, concerning the failure at Chickasaw Bayou, than is contained in this report of Sher [4 more...]