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The Vicksburg campaign : November 1862--July 1863

Author: Christopher R Gabel; Center of Military History,
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Center of Military History, United States Army, 2013.
Series: CMH pub, 75-8.; U.S. Army campaigns of the Civil War.
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Vicksburg Campaign, November 1862-July 1863 continues the series of campaign brochures commemorating our national sacrifices during the American Civil War. Author Christopher R. Gabel examines the operations for the control of Vicksburg, Mississippi. President Abraham Lincoln called Vicksburg "the key," and indeed it was as control of the Mississippi River depended entirely on the taking of this Confederate  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Gabel, Christopher R. (Christopher Richard), 1954-
Vicksburg campaign
(OCoLC)854762749
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher R Gabel; Center of Military History,
OCLC Number: 852252423
Notes: Shipping list no.: 2013-0272-P.
"PIN : 103393-0000"--Page [4] of cover.
Description: 65 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 22 cm.
Contents: Strategic setting --
Operations --
Grant's first offensives --
The bayou expeditions --
Outflanking Vicksburg --
Campaign of maneuver --
The siege --
Analysis.
Series Title: CMH pub, 75-8.; U.S. Army campaigns of the Civil War.
Responsibility: by Christopher R. Gabel.

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The Vicksburg Campaign, November 1862-July 1863 continues the series of campaign brochures commemorating our national sacrifices during the American Civil War. Author Christopher R. Gabel examines the operations for the control of Vicksburg, Mississippi. President Abraham Lincoln called Vicksburg "the key," and indeed it was as control of the Mississippi River depended entirely on the taking of this Confederate stronghold.

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