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The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 28: Ransom’s Approach
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 28: Ransom’s Approach
9/8/2017 7:01:00 AM
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 28: Ransom’s Approach
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 28: Ransom’s Approach
9/8/2017 7:01:00 AM
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 28: Ransom’s Approach
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 28: Ransom’s Approach
9/8/2017 7:01:00 AM
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 27: Ewing’s Approach
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 27: Ewing’s Approach
8/10/2017 11:40:00 AM
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 27: Ewing’s Approach
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 27: Ewing’s Approach
8/10/2017 11:40:00 AM
A relief portrait memorializes Confederate Brig. Gen. Martin Green, one of four Confederate generals killed in action during the campaign. Green’s last words disregarded the threat of enemy fire:  “A bullet has not been molded that will kill me.” Union sharpshooters proved otherwise.
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 26: The Union Approaches
7/21/2017 8:07:00 AM
Buckland’s Approach was named in honor of brigade commander Brig. Gen. Ralph P. Buckland, a pre-war lawyer whose partner in the practice was Rutherford B. Hayes. Sappers of Buckland’s and Joseph A. J. Lightburn’s brigades sunk an approach toward the Graveyard Road entrance to Vicksburg.
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 26: The Union Approaches
7/21/2017 8:07:00 AM
The Confederate defenses of Vicksburg are detailed on this detail of a postwar map (including the six forts Union engineers and sappers were working to defeat),
The Engineers at Vicksburg, Part 25: Siege Engineers
7/6/2017 9:06:00 AM
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