The Vicksburg Campaign, March 29-May 18, 1863 / edited by Steven E. Woodworth and Charles D. Grear
- Running the gauntlet: the effectiveness of combined forces in the Vicksburg Campaign / Gary D. Joiner -- "Through the heart of rebel country": the history and memory of Grierson's Raid / Charles D. Grear -- "In the enemy's country": Port Gibson and the turning point of the Vicksburg Campaign / Jason M. Frawley -- Roads to Raymond / J. Parker Hills -- The first capture and occupation of Jackson, Mississippi / Steven E. Woodworth -- "I am too late": Joseph E. Johnston and the Vicksburg Campaign / John R. Lundberg -- Grant, McClernand, and Vicksburg: a clash of personalities and backgrounds / Michael B. Ballard -- "Developed by circumstances": Grant, intelligence, and the Vicksburg Campaign / William B. Feis -- "A victory could hardly have been more complete": the Battle of Big Black River Bridge / Timothy B. Smith -- The "stealing tour": soldiers and civilians in Grant's march to Vicksburg / Steven Nathaniel Dossman -- Politics, policy, and General Grant: Clausewitz on the operational art as practiced in the Vicksburg Campaign / Paul L. Schmelzer.
- 9780809332694 (cloth : alk. paper)
0809332698 (cloth : alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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