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Tag Archives: Lt. General John C. Pemberton
“The Battle of Vicksburg, the Gunboats of the Mississippi, and the Knights of the Golden Circle” – as written in the Civil War letters of Thomas C. Mathews
Many of the most decisive battles of the Civil War were fought in the territory west of the Appalachian Mountains and east of the Mississippi River – a section of the country known during the war as the “Western Theater.” … Continue reading
“The Siege of Vicksburg, the Guns of Memphis, and the Healing Power of Sassafras Tea” – as written in the Civil War letters of John Mathews
The Union triumph at The Siege of Vicksburg on July 4, 1863 is widely considered to be a significant turning point in the Civil War. The ultimate capture of that highly strategic town, located on a bluff above the Mississippi River, … Continue reading