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Chapter 43: operations of the Mississippi squadron, under Admiral Porter, after the Red River expedition. Operations on the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers. suppressing guerillas. gun-b
tin-clads cut up.
non-success of expedition.
After the conclusion of the Red River expedition the fleet returned up the Mississippi to their old stations.
Fortunately the gueri ght attempt to show themselves in an offensive attitude.
While the squadron was employed up Red River, the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers became now and then the scene of active operations.
Tenn justify them.
All of the successes gained by the Confederates were owing to the unfortunate Red River expedition, which had withdrawn the gun-boats from their posts.
In the meantime the small g them.
A deserter stated that these guns had been taken from General Banks when he was on his Red River raid, and the naval officers were thus sometimes reminded that Banks had furnished the guns wh