Misssissippi action in the Civil War

Links to some online articles related to Mississippi Civil War action:

  • Battle of Corinth
    The strategic railroad town of Corinth was a key target for Confederate armies hoping to march north in support of General Braxton Bragg’s invasion of Kentucky. By Robert Collins Suhr
  • Digging to Victory at Vicksburg – America’s Civil War
    To the armies at Vicksburg, picks, shovels and manual labor proved as valuable as bullets and bombshells. By Michael Morgan
  • Ulysses S. Grant thought his formidable Army of the Tennessee could take Vicksburg from a “beaten” foe by direct assault. He was wrong, thanks to near-impregnable fortifications, renewed Southern spirit, and surprisingly suspect Northern generalship. By Jeffry C. Burden

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