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f Vicksburg, July 4, 1863, the Signal Corps of Grant's army was under the command of Lieutenant Johtivity throughout the theater of war. After Grant arrived and occupied Chattanooga, Bragg retirei flotilla and his army. Judicious in praise, Grant's commendation of his signal officer speaks beNow is your time to attack with vigor. Do so. Grant. Other signal work of value intervened betweeen to establish the telegraph. Thus wrote General Grant in his Memoirs. The moment troops were in into camp, the men would put up their wires. Grant pays a glowing tribute to the organization and. C. Van Duzer, reported it to Stager, who had Grant called to account by the War Department. Gran. The order was never enforced, at least with Grant. If similar experiences did not change the st. Stager at once dismissed Beckwith, but on Grant's request and insistence of his own responsibiates. First of all of the great commanders, Grant used the military telegraph both for grand tac[28 more...]